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  1. Border real estate agent wins Australasian Leaders awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Border Mail

    Ill-health may have prevented Peter Drummond from attending an awards ceremony, but that didn't mean he couldn't still take part. The Albury real estate agent wasn't physically present in Melbourne when he won Leader of the Year, accepted in his absence by his wife Carol, at the Australasian Real Estate Awards run by The Pittard Group.

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  2. Helicopter used to winch stranded people from cars on Hume | PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 13 | Border Mail

    Heavy rainfall has caused chaos in the North East, with dozens of people needing to be rescued from their submerged vehicles on the Hume Freeway. Heavy rainfall caused flooding yesterday morning with the Wangaratta region hit hardest.

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  3. Scores of drivers rescued from carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 13 | NEWS.com.au

    Torrential rainfall and flash flooding has left dozens of cars and trucks stranded on a highway, with at least 16 drivers rescued and winched to safety by helicopter. Scores of drivers have been rescued from their cars and trucks in northeast Victoria after storms and torrential rain smashed the state, with more on the way.

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  4. Schools photos, news: Students check out a bug's lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Border Mail

    The workshops included an insect safari, botanical art, water bugs and planting natives. MORE SCHOOL NEWS: A Beechworth school has announced its new principal for 2019 as it prepares to farewell its present leader.

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  5. Lindenwarrah executive chef Aaron Jose right at home amid King Valley vinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Border Mail

    AARON Jose is right at home with the quality local produce grown right on his doorstep. The executive chef at Lindenwarrah's Restaurant Merlot was drawn back to the region four-and-a-half years ago after a successful career in Melbourne.

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  6. Vivacious colours win out at Fashions on the FieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Border Mail

    VIBRANT, solid colours and homemade creations dominated the competition at Fashions on the Field at the Wodonga Gold Cup. Racegoers donned outfits of all shapes, colours and shades as they hit the catwalk under the warm November sun, cheered on by a strong and supportive crowd.

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  7. A landmark decision to join forces by Border businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 22 | Border Mail

    THE livestock and real estate arms of Landmark and Paull Scollard will merge effective from December 1 with all staff from both businesses retained in the move. The new entity will trade as Landmark Paull Scollard with remaining activities at Landmark's Albury base including merchandise remaining the same.

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  8. Hidden struggle of region's 'working poor' exposedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 19 | Border Mail

    Stagnant wages, increasing living costs and diminishing small town employment opportunities have helped create a growing underclass of 'working poor' in North East Victoria. Of those experiencing poverty in North East towns, between 26 and 44 per cent are struggling while employed, a Victorian Council of Social Service report found.

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  9. Roos can rebound with extra points in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2018 | Border Mail

    Rutherglen has been the major beneficiary of AFL North-East Border's loosening of the player points belt with added scope to lure top-end talent to John Foord Oval. The Roos will be the only team in the Ovens and Murray league with 47 points next season after being handed an additional nine points.

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  10. Greens keen for election challenge in Benambra, Ovens ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2018 | Border Mail

    A former paediatrician and small business owner will represent the Victorian Greens in Benambra and Ovens Valley in the upcoming state election. John Bardsley, who was the first director of paediatrics at Wangaratta Base Hospital and has also worked in Yarrawonga, Benalla, Myrtleford, Mansfield and Maryborough, said he wants the "people of Benambra to have the opportunity to vote for the most progressive policies which will benefit them".

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  11. A flaming mongrel is on the looseRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2018 | Border Mail

    Blackened: The charred wall of the building targetted by an arsonist at Wangaratta showgrounds following the weekend's agricultural expo. Picture: SHANA MORGAN On Sunday, just a day after their show, which has been staged for more than 150 years, an historic building at the ground was torched.

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  12. Candidates to take differing energy policies to electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2018 | Border Mail

    DIFFERENT VIEWS: Independent Jenny O'Connor, Nationals MP Tim McCurdy, Australian Party candidate Julian Fidge, , independent Tammy Atkins, Liberal MP Bill Tilley and independent Jacqui Hawkins. Renewable energy will form part of the policies of all of Benambra and Ovens Valley's election candidates, but with very different timeframes.

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  13. Crossing off an early win key to border roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2018 | Border Mail

    OFF AND RUNNING: Regional development minister Jaala Pulford and newly appointed Victorian cross-border commissioner Luke Wilson in Wodonga. Picture: MARK JESSER IRONING out anomalies experienced by Wodonga taxi drivers and school bus routes between the twin cities have been identified as quick fix aims for the incoming Victorian-based cross-border commissioner, Luke Wilson.

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  14. 'Blessed': Tree regeneration pioneer Tony Rinaudo gets global gongRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2018 | Sydney Morning Herald

    An Australian credited with launching a tree regeneration technique that has led to reforestation of millions of hectares of degraded land in dozens of nations has been recognised with a global gong dubbed the "Alternative Nobel Prize". Tony Rinaudo, an agronomist with World Vision, will be one of four recipients this year of the Right Livelihood Award .

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  15. What's on across the Border and North East this weekend ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2018 | Border Mail

    There's a full day's action assured when the Hume Football Netball League's season comes to a close today. Get along early and enjoy one of the great country football and netball competitions.

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  16. Thumbs-up for killing swooping magpieRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Border Mail

    Bright park visitors who have been victim of a swooping magpie have supported a move to trap and kill the bird Alert: One of at least six signs dotted around Howitt Park warning of a protective magpie. The notice is attached to the playground near the Ovens River.

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  17. Waight signs on to coach future basketball starsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Shepparton News Online

    Josh Waight is moving up the coaching ranks. The coach of the Shepparton Gators' Country Basketball League men's side will take on a development role with the under-18s Victoria Country team this year.

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  18. Weekend Sports Gallery - did we catch you in action?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2018 | Border Mail

    The football finals, the soccer semi-finals, hockey preliminary finals and Wangaratta junior footy grand finals. It was a mega weekend in sport in and around the Border.

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  19. Green shoots rising in success-starved footy heartland - VIDEORead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2018 | Border Mail

    SEPTEMBER DREAMING: Myrtleford's Josh Muraca, Declan Bren, Tom Cappellari, Ashton McPherson, Lachlan Miotto and Jackson Masin will be playing in the WDJFL grand finals at the W.J. Findlay Oval today. Picture: KYLIE ESLER After entering the Ovens and Murray league in 1950, the Saints had to wait two decades before claiming their one and only premiership to date.

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  20. Alex Thompson remembered as "gentle, honest" community figureRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2018 | Border Mail

    Thomas "Alex" Thompson is being remembered as a humble and giving community figure after his body was found this morning in Bright, ending a 10-hour search. Mr Thompson, 86, regularly went on walks in bush near his property and was last seen on Iarias Lane about 9.15am on Tuesday.

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