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1 hr ago | Wimmera Mail-Times

Isaac Dunmall leads pack in Stawell Gift heats

FINALS: Queensland's Isaac Dunmall has recorded the fastest time in the 2014 Australia Post Stawell Gift heats on his way to semi-final qualification at Stawell's Central Park on Saturday.

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5 hrs ago | Border Mail

Good Friday Appeal: Twin cities raise $150,133

Wodonga firefighter Rowan Montoneri accepts some early morning coins from Tully Whitehead, 3, as Geoff Burton, Geoff McKernan, Max Whitehead, 7, and Paul Whitehead look on.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Border Mail

Border sex offender turns himself in

The car Border sex offender Daniel McQuilton allegedly stole in Sydney before he drove to Wodonga and crashed the car in London Road.

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Border Mail

Still a shot for Margaret Court museum

ALBURY deputy mayor Henk van de Ven has disputed suggestions the Margaret Court museum proposal is "dead in the water".

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Border Mail

Joel Mackie's Morris Medal hopes shattered

JOEL Mackie's Morris Medal hopes are in tatters after the Albury ace was suspended for one match last night.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Border Mail

Throwback Thursday: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visit Albury

May, 1988 - Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II visit Albury-Wodonga. The royals wave to the crowd as they parade through the Albury sportsground.

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Border Mail

New charges for Albury man

WODONGA detectives will charge an Albury man for stealing an elderly woman's car and jewellery from her home in the city last month.

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Big Brother's eye on Border

TYSON can't guess what this year's season will be like, but he knows what he'd like to see.

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Border Mail

Ross Jackson out to make bike tracks

ALBURY'S Cr Ross Jackson is keen to see more bike trails in the city to further encourage the third most popular activity in the city.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Border Mail

Field of Remembrance: Church hosts special ceremony

Albury and District War Widows' Guild president Val Evans places a cross at yesterday's Field of Remembrance ceremony at St Matthew's Church.

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Border Mail

Michael shows way into heritage maze

EXPLORING history has always been close to the heart of Michael Dunn, whose family ties date back to the pioneering Mitchell and Stedman families of Albury.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Border Mail

Helping young plug into our cities

Wodonga's new youth connect card should encourage young people to tap into services designed for them, say councillors from both sides of the border.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Border Mail

Melanie Kirby's dedication embodies spirit of Allen McCowan

Aleira McCowan, 6, Allen McCowan Scholarship winner Melanie Kirby, 14, Insight Clinic manager Debbie Barker and Kijana McCowan, 5. Picture: TARA GOONAN The Albury junior, 14, lives and breathes basketball and has been rewarded for her passion with the second annual Allen McCowan Basketball Scholarship.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

Border Mail

Border's tough line on recycle errors

Wodonga councillor Anna Speedie and Albury mayor Kevin Mack show the size of the newest recycling bins, now available at both councils.

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Julia Christian back from work in Manila

As she straightened her academic gown and prepared to deliver her valedictorian speech, Ms Christian reflected on her time at university and the opportunities that were presented to her.

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Border Mail

Aldi swaps one store for another

The discount grocery chain opened in the shopping centre next to Big W in 2005, but Aldi will shut that supermarket once the new, larger one opens.

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Border Mail

Margaret Court called out over gay beliefs

Mrs Court said she told a congregation at the New Life Chapel in Wodonga on Wednesday night that being gay was a "sin of the flesh" that could be the result of sexual abuse.

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Border Mail

Extortion accused to call seven witnesses

ALLEGATIONS involving the attempted extortion of a Huon man by prominent Albury-Wodonga businessman Vyv Weatherall, who is suffering terminal cancer, will be outlined at a two-day committal hearing in August.

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Arsonist caught on camera

ALBURY man Keith Raymond Pearson was caught out by a closed-circuit camera and yesterday admitted setting fire to the Wodonga home of his former partner.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Border Mail

Truckie's ban cut after he appeals

A WODONGA truckie caught driving a 40-tonne rig under the influence of cannabis near Dubbo in 2011 yesterday had his driving ban cut by six months.

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