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The Border Mail
Supporting equality in the workplacefor young people and people with a disability or mental health condition. TPG
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
for young people and people with a disability or mental health condition. TPG provides disability employment services in Albury, Wodonga, Wangaratta, Shepparton, Benalla, Seymour, Wallan, Wagga Wagga, Griffith, Leeton, Goulburn, Canberra,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Let’s talk about (consensual) sex: Border universitiesfive students were sexually harassed at university and 6.9 per cent were sexual
The Border Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
five students were sexually harassed at university and 6.9 per cent were sexually assaulted. Head of Latrobe University’s Albury-Wodonga campus Guinever Threlkeld said it was important respectful relationships were at the forefront of students’... Read more
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The Border Mail
Aspect Riverina School to host fundraising golf day on the BorderAlbury’s Aspect Riverina School is hosting a golf day fundraiser on the Border
The Border Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
Albury’s Aspect Riverina School is hosting a golf day fundraiser on the Border next month. All proceeds will support a new Kindergarten unit at Moresby Park, North Albury, for children on the autism spectrum. The four-person ambrose will be staged... Read more
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The Border Mail
O-Week an important stepping stone for CSU studentsa highlight. Faculty of Science course director Matthew Hunt said O-Week activ
The Border Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
a highlight. Faculty of Science course director Matthew Hunt said O-Week activities like the beach Olympics at the Albury-Wodonga Yacht Club were a unique and important experience for first-year students in particular. “This is an... Read more
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The Border Mail
Drugs, bow, bikie clothes found in homeAn Albury man who owns a sandblasting business but is also a known bikie gang a
The Border Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
An Albury man who owns a sandblasting business but is also a known bikie gang affiliate had drugs on him when police paid him a visit on another law enforcement matter. Echo Taskforce detectives went to David John McKenzie’s Banksia Street home on... Read more
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The Border Mail
Licence to be safe on road needed to stop truck crashesobligations and that if they do not comply, that the licence can be revoked.”
The Border Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
obligations and that if they do not comply, that the licence can be revoked.” The NSW Road Safety Committee, chaired by Albury MP Greg Aplin, is looking into how technology could improve truck safety and reduce the road toll. J.J. Richards &... Read more
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Mumbrella
Ad watchdog reprimands Sunraysia Marine for beeping out words in radio adit was beeped out, Austereo prepared initial script which we modified slightly
Mumbrella / Posted 20 hours ago
it was beeped out, Austereo prepared initial script which we modified slightly but not to do with swearing. “Austereo in Albury, I believe, produced the final ad which went to air,” the advertiser told the Board. The ad, which features men... Read more
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The Border Mail
Clark holds its nerve against Molesworth in Tuesday pennant clashTuesday. A thrilling clash between Clark and Molesworth in section two was the
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
Tuesday. A thrilling clash between Clark and Molesworth in section two was the highlight of Tuesday ladies pennant at the Albury grass courts. The former had the ascendancy mid-morning, but Molesworth came back to fall three games... Read more
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The Border Mail
No train and no bus, so passengers put in a taxiThe 17:20 Albury-Wodonga to Melbourne (via Seymour) V/Line service on Sunday wa
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
The 17:20 Albury-Wodonga to Melbourne (via Seymour) V/Line service on Sunday was replaced by road coach. This then broke down at Chiltern station, leaving commuters to travel the rest of the way in a maxi taxi, a trip costing VLine – and therefore... Read more
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The Border Mail
Car set on fire in Albury, Wodonga firies respond to cigarette butt blazeto get some water on it and had it extinguished before we got on scene which wa
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
to get some water on it and had it extinguished before we got on scene which was a good result.” Earlier on Tuesday, the Albury Central fire brigade responded to a car on fire outside of Albury High School. The car this morning. Picture: MARK... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Let children speak the languages of their ancestorsCultural heritage is a child's right, so let's celebrate International Mother L
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 hours ago
Cultural heritage is a child's right, so let's celebrate International Mother Language Day By Nathan Albury, Susana Eisenchlas and Andrea Schalley As much as these divisive times concern advocates of multiculturalism and human rights, so too do... Read more
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The Border Mail
Huge prize on offer for riders in Border criterium cycling seriesPEDAL POWER: A strong field of riders took to the course for the opening round
The Border Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
PEDAL POWER: A strong field of riders took to the course for the opening round of the Albury-Wodonga Panthers Cycling Club crirterium series. This year’s Albury-Wodonga Panthers Cycling Club criterium series is offering an extra incentive for riders... Read more
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The Border Mail
Long-standing doubles event continues tradition at BungowannahHume Country Tennis Association home and away season. Bungowannah, a small far
The Border Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
Hume Country Tennis Association home and away season. Bungowannah, a small farming community about 15 kilometres west of Albury along the Riverina Highway, is supported mostly by Albury-Wodonga residents who enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Magpies have wings clipped in section two blockbuster against SPDteam home by just one game. Brendan Hoffman was again in outstanding form, ste
The Border Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
team home by just one game. Brendan Hoffman was again in outstanding form, steering Sacred Heart to a 5-3 triumph over Albury in another tight contest. John McVean was dominant on court in Wodonga Bushrangers’ eight game account of Forest Hill... Read more
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The Border Mail
Rise and shine to star at this year’s Battle of the Borders showshow classes. Picture: ANN KILLEEN There’s no business like show business and
The Border Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
show classes. Picture: ANN KILLEEN There’s no business like show business and this year’s Battle of the Borders event at Albury was no exception. STAR: Deniliquin's Hannah Dunmore rode Alpine Blue Park Dimples to win child's large show hunter... Read more
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The Border Mail
Modern bistro in heart of Albury a meeting of minds and culinary experiencechef Davis, formerly Miss Amelie sous-chef, has joined front of house operator
The Border Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
chef Davis, formerly Miss Amelie sous-chef, has joined front of house operator Mr Fuller, who opened Bistro Selle in Albury in mid-2017. The pair worked together under hatted restaurant team Jodie Jones and Steve Carne at SourceDining in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Les O’Brien Stand option backed by Albury Council committeePark. A TERRACED seating area at Alexandra Park athletics complex is almost ce
The Border Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
Park. A TERRACED seating area at Alexandra Park athletics complex is almost certainly going to be named in honour of Albury sporting identity Les O’Brien who died suddenly last year. The recommended action of Albury Council staff to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wanted: Border children for study that aligns academic goalsSEARCHING FOR LINKS: Albury chiropractor Wayne Haynes wants to run some simple
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
SEARCHING FOR LINKS: Albury chiropractor Wayne Haynes wants to run some simple tests with children that may connect a few learning dots. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE Connections between balance, posture and academic performance will be explored in a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
'Jesus and Mary' followers buy up land"began to remember details" of his past life. Tailoring his appearance to look
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
"began to remember details" of his past life. Tailoring his appearance to look like Jesus, he yesterday held a workshop in Albury, NSW, where he stood by his claims. In one recording he says: "There's probably a million people who say they're... Read more
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The Age
Ettamogah Grill and Ale House reviewthink. You've seen the pubs. The original of the slanty-walled dinky-di boozer
The Age / Posted yesterday
think. You've seen the pubs. The original of the slanty-walled dinky-di boozers was built just off the Hume Highway near Albury in 1987. The one at Aussie World ("Fun's our thing") in Queensland is going gangbusters. The bricks-and-mortar... Read more
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The Border Mail
Councillors say no to funding Asian trip for mayorpreviously supported it but were rolled by their colleagues, were delighted to
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
previously supported it but were rolled by their colleagues, were delighted to have Wodonga follow other councils such as Albury. Cr Quilty though was irked the camera used would not zoom in on councillors. Cr Mildren said streaming would not... Read more
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The Border Mail
Councillors say no to funding Asian trip for mayorpreviously supported it but were rolled by their colleagues, were delighted to
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
previously supported it but were rolled by their colleagues, were delighted to have Wodonga follow other councils such as Albury. Cr Quilty though was irked the camera used would not zoom in on councillors. Cr Mildren said streaming would not... Read more
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The Border Mail
Les O’Brien Stand option backed by Albury Council committeeA TERRACED seating area at Alexandra Park athletics complex is almost certainly
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
A TERRACED seating area at Alexandra Park athletics complex is almost certainly going to named in honour of Albury sporting identity Les O’Brien who died suddenly last year. A concept image of the proposed Les O'Brien Stand at Alexandra Park. The... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Former trainer Peter Moody to speak at Albury Gold Cup Carnival launchPeter Moody will speak at Albury's carnival launch next month. FORMER trainer
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Peter Moody will speak at Albury's carnival launch next month. FORMER trainer Peter Moody will be the guest speaker at the Albury Gold Cup Carnival’s launch at the Commercial Club on Friday, March 9. Moody is one of racing’s most entertaining... Read more
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The Border Mail
Young gun heads down same path as coachYOUNG GUN: Lara Butlin continues the Albury-Wodonga Waterski Club's rich nurser
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
YOUNG GUN: Lara Butlin continues the Albury-Wodonga Waterski Club's rich nursery after gaining national selection. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE A long-time Australian water ski representative says a rising Border talent has unrivalled... Read more
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The Border Mail
Bus breakdown latest drama on North-East railway linearrange alternative transport for passengers to get them to their destination.”
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
arrange alternative transport for passengers to get them to their destination.” The “stopping all stations” bus departed Albury station about 5.30pm and was headed for Southern Cross station in Melbourne. V/Line has asked the bus company to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Belvoir-North Albury offered no ‘personal’ jibes edictthe first time, but it was a disappointing match as he made only two runs in Be
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
the first time, but it was a disappointing match as he made only two runs in Belvoir's thrilling loss. Players from North Albury and Belvoir were warned by CAW they faced a two-week ban if they overstepped the mark in the two-day game. The... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wedding expo visitors value seeing venues all dressed upPreparing for their big day, Will Phanith and Emma Knee were happy to be part o
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Preparing for their big day, Will Phanith and Emma Knee were happy to be part of another special occasion. The Albury couple attended the first Love and Light Wedding Festival, a new expo that showcased Rutherglen venues and suppliers. Organised by... Read more
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The Border Mail
Could Bushies’ import win the run-scoring, despite missing most of season?five sixes and seven fours. RED-HOT RESTALL Or, moreso, could he pilot St Pat
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
five sixes and seven fours. RED-HOT RESTALL Or, moreso, could he pilot St Patrick’s to an unlikely finals berth? East Albury is fifth (71.68), followed by New City (69.82), Belvoir (68.24) and St Pat’s (62.89). Restall has racked up 321 runs... Read more
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The Border Mail
Missing student puts school into lockdownPOLICE and ambulance officers were called to Albury High School on Monday when
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
POLICE and ambulance officers were called to Albury High School on Monday when a student went missing during school hours. The school was placed into lockdown for between 20 and 30 minutes before it was lifted at around 2pm after the student was... Read more
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The Border Mail
SafeWork seminars aim to minimise the risk of horse industry fatalitieshandlers on the job. SAFETY FIRST: SafeWork NSW inspector Clayton Baldwin deli
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
handlers on the job. SAFETY FIRST: SafeWork NSW inspector Clayton Baldwin delivered a horse safety seminar at Albury-Wodonga Equestrian Centre on February 14. During the first of three workshops to be held at the Albury-Wodonga... Read more
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The Border Mail
Oh, a-hunting we will go as Border gardens fill with eggshome – that sounds an egg-cellent way to spend a Sunday morning. The inaugural
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
home – that sounds an egg-cellent way to spend a Sunday morning. The inaugural Best Border Easter Egg Hunt will be held in Albury Botanic Gardens on March 18 to raise money for Albury-Wodonga’s headspace. Hunt participants will search for coloured... Read more
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The Border Mail
2018 City2City – Spot the runner and your time​The 2018 City2City was a massive success with more than 4,300 people turning o
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
​The 2018 City2City was a massive success with more than 4,300 people turning out to run and walk from Albury to Wodonga. Spot anyone you know in this year’s fun run? ABEL Chad 01:04:38.033 737 ABEL Jenae 00:59:02.740 634 ABEL Lincoln 00:57:48.373... Read more
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The Border Mail
Weekend sport super galleryBorder Mail photographers James Wiltshire and Mark Jesser captured a variety of
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Border Mail photographers James Wiltshire and Mark Jesser captured a variety of sport across the region this weekend. The Albury Pacers Cup, Ovens and Murray swimming championships, Murray United's season opener, along with the first week of the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Families flock to support Border’s City2City community eventthan 4300 registrations for its fourth running. The annual cross-Border fun ru
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
than 4300 registrations for its fourth running. The annual cross-Border fun run/walk on Sunday morning raised $107,000 for Albury Wodonga Health. RELATED: Event co-founder Michelle Hudson said it was wonderful to see the Border community embrace... Read more
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The Border Mail
Lavington cruises past Culcairn to stay in grade three finals mixvictory for Lavington over Culcairn on Saturday. Picture: MARK JESSER Lavingto
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
victory for Lavington over Culcairn on Saturday. Picture: MARK JESSER Lavington has roared back into the top-four of the Albury and District grade three pennant competition with a dominant display at home to Culcairn on Saturday. The Panthers... Read more
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The Border Mail
Indigenous population number is ‘way short of reality’by many in the Aboriginal community that the Australian Bureau of Statistics “s
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
by many in the Aboriginal community that the Australian Bureau of Statistics “severely underestimates” the number living in Albury-Wodonga, Rather than the officially reported 3000 people, anecdotal evidence points to a number of about 4000. “The... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Brallos Pass sets track record in Albury Pacers Cup victoryBrallos Pass has produced another dazzling display to take out the Albury Pacer
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Brallos Pass has produced another dazzling display to take out the Albury Pacers Cup for the second year running. IN THE BOX SEAT: Driver Ellen Tormey guided Brallos Pass to victory in Saturday night's Albury Pacers Cup. Picture: JAMES... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Former Ovens and Murray star Shane Lenon off to good start in cycle serieswent. “It was a good day,” O’Hagan said. “The first two bunches got together
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
went. “It was a good day,” O’Hagan said. “The first two bunches got together with about 2.5 kilometres to go. The next three bunches were together but failed to catch them.” Albury-Wodonga Panthers Cycling Club will host round four on Ap... Read more
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The Border Mail
‘Cardiac Kids’ North Albury wins another thriller to eye finalsNorth Albury is on the verge of playing finals after a second successive escape
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
North Albury is on the verge of playing finals after a second successive escape. Belvoir resumed on 0-30, needing another 132 runs to push into the top six, but it suffered an immediate blow with opener John Spencer unable to bat because of work... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wangaratta City’s goal blitz sets a Victorian FFA Cup recordbe completed on Monday. Meanwhile, the 2018 AWFA draw has been released with l
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
be completed on Monday. Meanwhile, the 2018 AWFA draw has been released with league and cup champions Myrtleford to host Albury City in round one. In other season openers, Melrose takes on last year’s cup finalists Cobram, Albury Hotspurs meet... Read more
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Canberra Times
The 23rd CAT Awards at the Canberra Theatre celebrate 2017 in ACT and region'reasonable' number." As it was, they ended up with 12." He said it was "the y
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
'reasonable' number." As it was, they ended up with 12." He said it was "the year of Wicked" - with productions in Orange, Albury, Griffith and Wagga Wagga - that contributed to this. The Stephen Schwartz musical about the witches of Oz based on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The 23rd CAT Awards at the Canberra Theatre celebrate 2017 in ACT and region'reasonable' number." As it was, they ended up with 12." He said it was "the y
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
'reasonable' number." As it was, they ended up with 12." He said it was "the year of Wicked" - with productions in Orange, Albury, Griffith and Wagga Wagga - that contributed to this. The Stephen Schwartz musical about the witches of Oz based on... Read more
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The Border Mail
On song for 56 years, radio breakfast veteran reflectsteen idol Bobby Rydell, an American from Philadelphia, as high points. “Bobby
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
teen idol Bobby Rydell, an American from Philadelphia, as high points. “Bobby Rydell...occasionally still comes out to Albury to SS&A or one of them (and) we did an interview,” Konik said. “He kept calling me Mr Konik and I said ‘don’t call me... Read more
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The Border Mail
Generosity, compassion, commitment: A thank youYOU: Australian Deaf Games organising committee chair Alex Jones has written an
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
YOU: Australian Deaf Games organising committee chair Alex Jones has written an open letter to the communities of Albury-Wodonga thanking them as host. Recently, I visited a café in my hometown after the Games and the lack of this... Read more
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The Border Mail
Border nominees feature in musical theatre awards ceremonyClarke (Cogsworth) and Charlotte Kay (Mrs Potts). The way the broom flew in to
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Clarke (Cogsworth) and Charlotte Kay (Mrs Potts). The way the broom flew in to Elphaba from offstage in Wicked, by Albury Wodonga Theatre Company, is among the Magic Moment of Theatre nominees. The company also received a CAT Awards... Read more
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The Border Mail
Dance stars align once more before all the hard work beginsstill show plenty of star power at the launch. The chance to emulate a famous
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
still show plenty of star power at the launch. The chance to emulate a famous Hollywood selfie wasn’t the only reason some Albury-Wodonga stars got together this week. This year’s participants in Stars of the Border Dance for Cancer officially... Read more
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The Border Mail
A driving ambition to boost cancer services“Cancer is an unfortunate part of life these days and the new regional centre i
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
“Cancer is an unfortunate part of life these days and the new regional centre in Albury has been a real Godsend.” Corowa is recognised as a melanoma “hot spot” by the the Cancer Institute of NSW, with men twice as likely to be diagnosed with melanoma... Read more
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The Border Mail
Norm Loy eyeing a spot in Albury Gold Cup with Butler ButlerAlbury trainer Norm Loy, pictured with Hoodless, is looking to target this year
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Albury trainer Norm Loy, pictured with Hoodless, is looking to target this year's Albury Gold Cup with Butler Butler. Picture: MARK JESSER Norm Loy may bypass the Country Championships with Butler Butler in favour of a tilt at the $180,000 Albury... Read more
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The Border Mail
Rising squash star Alex Baines going from strength to strengthcoming back to the court. “I’d like to play at professional level, that’s the
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
coming back to the court. “I’d like to play at professional level, that’s the ultimate goal,” he said. The 17-year-old Albury High School student has already had his fair share of success. “Biggest achievement would probably be coming second... Read more
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