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  1. Car rolls during cop chaseRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Border Mail

    A WODONGA man who led police on a lengthy high speed chase which ended in a rollover has quickly been sent off to jail. Hayden Vanklaveren was in a car stolen from Wodonga on Tuesday night and came to police attention about 70 kilometres up the Hume Highway.

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  2. Plaza tenant revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Border Mail

    CROSS BORDER: Retailer Best&Less will open a store in Wodonga Plaza to go with its two existing outlets in central Albury and Lavington. The $43.5 million sale of the plaza to Western Australian property firm, M/Group , was confirmed on Wednesday with the company announcing Best&Less would be opening its first Wodonga outlet with two already existing in Albury.

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  3. Salvos praise appeal effortsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Border Mail

    With the campaign due to end officially on Friday, latest figures indicate $17,850.10 has been collected in Albury and $15,133.50 in Wodonga, which includes tele-recruiting. The Red Shield door knock weekend last month raised $4.7 million around Australia.

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  4. Region is losing religion, ageingRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Border Mail

    Alpine shire residents are least likely to be affiliated with a religion with 35.2 per cent saying the had no religion compared to 26.8 per cent in 2011. In 2011, 27.1 per cent of Alpine residents said they were Catholic and 16.5 Anglican, but both dropped to 23.5 and 12.9 per cent respectively.

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  5. Albury home to 50,000Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Border Mail

    The milestone was 26 years in the making, with Albury taking more than two decades to jump from 40,154 in 1991. Albury's population rose at 6.8 per cent in the past five years from 47,810 residents in 2011 to 51,076 in the 2016 census.

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  6. College takes up reinsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Border Mail

    NEW ERA: Community College chief executive Rodney Wangman, Aware chairman Vin O'Neill and board member Alison Reed embrace the merger. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE Aware Industries acting chairman Vin O'Neill said the Aware board had sought a suitable partner - through mergers or acquisitions with like-minded organisations - during the past six months.

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  7. 'Dealer' spirals out of controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    AN ALLEGED drug dealer jailed in Wodonga for driving matters could face further prison time in Albury once he's released. Clinton John Lillis, 35, was recently ordered to spend a month behind bars during a hearing in the Wodonga Magistrates Court.

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  8. Track first, then trainRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    Premier Daniel Andrews says federal government needs to fix the North East track first, then Victoria will purchase new trains ON TRACK: Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan and Premier Daniel Andrews have been fighting for extra federal funding for trains. Mr Andrews said he received weekly updates from his mum about poor service in the North East.

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  9. Election ploy made harder into futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    BANNED: Election advertising on an Albury roadway as happened in last year's elections by mayor Kevin Mack is set to be banned by council. THE successful strategy of using mobile billboards by Albury mayor Kevin Mack in prominent locations to promote his ticket at last year's local government elections could soon be banned.

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  10. Flashback: Beer tax protests and freak stormsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    Josh Mangan, 14yrs old of Rutherglen High School is a leg spin bowler who is killing them with the ball in local matches. Lavington: The Australian Kosovar support network have bought and painted a mobile freedom embassy to raise the awareness of the Kosovo refugees plight.

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  11. Given the right space, more skills will growRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    READY TO WELCOME: Albury Women's Shed members Pam Hailey, Anita Henessy, Maree Menz, Liz Cummins and Elizabeth Flood encourage people to visit their Smollett Street base and become involved. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE SETTING UP: Albury Women's Shed president Maree Menz with Link Real Estate's Peter Blomeley and Mark Hawkins, who helped the group find a temporary base.

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  12. Border Breakfast Wrap | Tuesday, June 27, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Border Mail

    It's not everyday you see a "snowman" like this a perhaps it's appealing to the snow gods? Fortunately snow is on the way for our alpine region over the next week, just in time for school holidays. Morning fog and 11 in Albury-Wodonga.

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  13. Indoor pool push bombs outRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Border Mail

    ALBURY'S chances of becoming home to a $50 million regional, all-year round aquatics facility are officially dead in the water. FULL HOUSE: A packed gallery watched Albury Council kill off a regional aquatics facility for the city on Monday night.

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  14. Youngsters pipped in finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Border Mail

    THE Albury Netball Association's 13 and under team was the Border's best performed side at the association championship finals in Melbourne THE Albury Netball Association's 13 and under team was the Border's best performed side at the association championship finals in Melbourne. Coached by Leanne Meredith, the youngsters advanced to the final before going down to Banyule and Districts 12-10 in the decider.

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  15. Embracing body loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Border Mail

    Body Image Movement founder Taryn Brumfitt visits the Border for Women's Centre for Health and Wellbeing Hume Bank fundraiser POSITIVE MIND: Hume Bank is hosting Taryn Brumfitt, founder of the Body Image Movement, at a fundraiser film screening of her documentary. Picture: MEG HANSEN PHOTOGRAPHY Taryn Brumfitt just returned from Germany, where her documentary Embrace took out the top spot in cinemas ahead of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

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  16. Boxes give gliders a space to thriveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Border Mail

    Volunteers find two squirrel gliders in a nestbox in Wodonga as part of a monitoring day. Watch the video below But considering the boxes in question have only been at Clyde Cameron Reserve in Wodonga for three months, it's a fantastic find.

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  17. United and City win big at homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 25 | Border Mail

    Albury United produced the biggest win of round 13 of the AWFA senior women's competition with an 11-0 drubbing of Cobram at Jelbart Park on Sunday. On the other side of the venue, the undefeated Albury City continued on their merry way with a 10-0 thrashing of Melrose.

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  18. Savoys on top as league race remains wide openRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 25 | Border Mail

    STRONG CHALLENGE: Cobram's Glenn Feldtmann slides towards Albury United's Michael Brownsea during Sunday's clash. Pictures: MARK JESSER NERVOUS WAIT: Star Cobram striker Bill Puckett is helped from the field during the 3-2 loss to Albury United.

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  19. Bottom line seems to be no new black linesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 24 | Border Mail

    That's a question that appeared to be answered in the affirmative last week when city councillors voted 5-2 for a move that would scuttle plans for a $50 million indoor aquatics centre. The council also agreed to continue "collaborative discussions with the City of Wodonga in relation to the future development of a regional aquatic facility".

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  20. Raiders limit classy Pies to 66 pointsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 24 | Border Mail

    Wodonga Raiders might have uncovered the blueprint to stop the classy Wangaratta outfit with a riveting nine-point win on Saturday. CRUCIAL INJURY: Wodonga Raiders' Brodie Filo feels the pain of a knee injury against Wangaratta.

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