Saturday Dec 7
Border Merger: Councils never tried to get on together
Wodonga residents who oppose an Albury-Wodonga one city wait for Ian Sinclair to arrive at the forum.
Saturday Dec 7
Border Merger: Plan was ready to join cities
It dates from 2002 when two very senior State bureaucrats, Prue Digby and Neil Shepherd signed off a plan as joint chairpersons.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Cod playing game from day 1
Adrian Kent caught this mixed bag in Lake Hume. The big redfin went 48 centimetres and the trout 47 centimetres.
Prime time for Cougar kids
THE Albury Cougars will be without several key players when they take on Wangaratta Warriors in the Country Basketball League in Albury tomorrow.
Albury cancer PET scanner unveiled
Senior nuclear medical technoligist Rebecca Emslie and professor of nuclear medicine Rick McLean talk to a patient using the new PET scanner at the Albury hospital yesterday.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
GALLERY: Look who tied the knot
TENILLE Braidwood wore a Roz la Kelin-designed gown and was given away by her mother when she married Timothy Koistinen in a service held at All Saints Estate, Wahgunyah.
Lock car doors, warn Border police after fourth vehicle torched
FOR the fourth time in a fortnight, a vehicle has been stolen, taken on a joyride then set alight and dumped on the Border.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Plenty of summer rain for the Border
Wodonga SES crews secured a roof at Marshall Street, Wodonga, where water was leaking into the ceiling.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Brazen theft in front of victim
Flames erupt from a car after it was dumped on banks of a tributary of the river.
Seeing Red: Ambos supervise patients' long wait for beds
PARAMEDICS are being forced to sit by their patients for up to two hours at Albury and Wodonga hospitals because of a lack of beds.
Yarrawonga police sting
Detectives raided four homes including a property in Telford Street, Yarrawonga and Bayly Street, in Mulwala around 9.30am last Thursday in a coordinated sting aimed at nabbing the alleged ringleader of a burglary syndicate which accumulated a large amount of jewellery, believed to be in excess of $350,000 in value, and a quantity of cash.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Albury-Wodonga rail services derailed again
FOUR train services on the Albury-Wodonga line had to be replaced by coaches yesterday because of a freight train derailment two days earlier.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The old railway line to Rutherglen and Wahgunyah
Apparently it opened in 1879, with passenger trains running until 1962, and freight trains until 1995.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
History, wide barrier draw against Scatcat in Wodonga Gold Cup
PREMIER Albury trainer Brett Cavanough will be chasing a slice of history when filly Scatcat lines up in tomorrow's $80,000 Wodonga Gold Cup.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Trail-blazer calls it a day
The well-respected Dr John Russell, who has worked for 33 years in the Albury-Wodonga region, retires on December 10 and he said it is a detriment to the community he loves that there are no plans to replace him.
Albury group gets back to its roots
After several nomadic years the group will from next month return to Watson Hall at Albury Showgrounds for its monthly meetings.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
'So You Got Naked Online': ACMA launches sexting guide
TONY EASTLEY: More than 85 per cent of teenagers over the age of 14 have a mobile phone these days and most of the phones have a camera and connect to the internet.
Rotary market will stay for further year
The market, operated by the Albury North and Belvoir Wodonga Rotary clubs, was forced to relocate from its long-time home in the car park at the rear of the former tax office building in January this year.
Challenge to support youth
Selectors will use the challenge as a guide to selecting its team for the annual Victorian group championships being played at Corowa Civic on January 11 and 12. He said players, like Heath Smith and Wayne Lee , made impressive debuts against Albury and District last month.
Yarrawonga woman arrested after police raids
A WOMAN is in police custody following jewellery burglaries during the past two years across the North East that netted more than $350,000 worth of goods.