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The Border Mail
Grand finalists missing a host of stars for the re-matchJones is also tackling the higher level with premiers, Wodonga. Kiewa quick Ry
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Jones is also tackling the higher level with premiers, Wodonga. Kiewa quick Ryan de Vries has joined provincial club East Albury, while the association’s leading run-scorer in Sean Taylor is another to miss the home game. “We’re going through... Read more
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The Border Mail
Mallichan makes new home as he prepares to make Greta debutJosh Mallichan sends down a delivery during his stint at North Albury. He will
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Josh Mallichan sends down a delivery during his stint at North Albury. He will debut for Greta on Saturday. Former Cricket Albury-Wodonga representative Josh Mallichan will debut for Greta on Saturday. The ex-Belvoir and North Albury all-rounder... Read more
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The Border Mail
Sydney Thunder rumbles in ahead of Border Bash in DecemberSportsground on December 12. “Sydney Thunder is doing a regional tour of NSW a
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Sportsground on December 12. “Sydney Thunder is doing a regional tour of NSW and it was particularly targeted around Albury this week,” Cricket NSW’s Robbie Mackinlay said. “They show highlights of last year’s WBBL and BBL seasons and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Patient violence and staff bullying addressed at hospitalADDRESSING ISSUES: Albury Wodonga Health chief executive Leigh McJames said cha
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
ADDRESSING ISSUES: Albury Wodonga Health chief executive Leigh McJames said changes in the organisation had improved staff satisfaction. Unacceptable levels of bullying and an unsustainable financial position have been a major focus of Albury... Read more
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The Border Mail
New Border iced coffee aiming to blend into Kiewa. “We’re not looking to ride on the coat-tails of that product, we’re
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
to Kiewa. “We’re not looking to ride on the coat-tails of that product, we’re looking to respond to the citizens of Albury-Wodonga who said ‘we missed having our own iced coffee’,” Mr Collier said. Reaction was largely positive as it hit... Read more
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The Border Mail
New City’s stunning wins brings captain Steve McLennan to tearscaptain Steve McLennan to tears. The club has battled at provincial level, but
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
captain Steve McLennan to tears. The club has battled at provincial level, but it had the perfect start with wins over Albury and St Patrick’s. “It was pretty tough, especially on us younger players, losing all the time,” Langlands said. “To... Read more
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The Border Mail
Medicos key to residential question under euthanasia law, minister sayssaid. The minister also rejected the notion, suggested by Benambra MLA Bill Ti
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
said. The minister also rejected the notion, suggested by Benambra MLA Bill Tilley, that euthanasia may be accessible at Albury hospital because it is managed by the Victorian health system. “There is no jurisdiction. It would have no... Read more
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The Border Mail
Two behind bars for issues over a sawn-off riflethe frame of a sofa at Ray’s housing commission unit. Ray was jailed for at le
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
the frame of a sofa at Ray’s housing commission unit. Ray was jailed for at least 13 months last week. Harding, who is behind bars at Junee, fronted court in Albury on Monday. He will be sentenced in District Court sittings starting on Novembe... Read more
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The Border Mail
Albury’s Dave Reynolds starts well at Gold Coast 600 after Bathurst winBACK TO WORK: Fresh from his win at the Bathurst 1000, Albury's David Reynolds
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
BACK TO WORK: Fresh from his win at the Bathurst 1000, Albury's David Reynolds showed good signs on the opening day of the Gold Coast 600. Picture: TIM FARRAH Dave Reynolds has just finished signing autographs and we are walking through the public... Read more
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The Border Mail
Children across region in a daily ‘battle’ with povertyexecutive Tracy Howe said in the submission how the council had spent three yea
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
executive Tracy Howe said in the submission how the council had spent three years touring the state, including the Albury region, to formulate its wish-list. Ms Howe said that included speaking to individuals and families “doing it tough”... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Saturday Best with Ray and Duffgo well again. A good longshot here is Neyla’s Girl who was very good at the Ca
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
go well again. A good longshot here is Neyla’s Girl who was very good at the Canterbury midweeks first-up and she won an Albury trial very easily leading into this race. It is hard to line up Rekindled Force but he has an X-factor about him, he... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sex assaults spark city's bid to 'end the silence'against gender based violence Photo: 'Step Out co-founders Judy Langridge, wit
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
against gender based violence Photo: 'Step Out co-founders Judy Langridge, with her son Jonty Langridge, Dee Crothers, and Albury Wodonga Health's Sexual Assault Service Coordinator Kelley Latta help drive an Albury Wodonga campaign against... Read more
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The Border Mail
Holbrook and District reigning premiers enter season full of confidenceconfident they will be around the mark again this season. Star batsman Steven
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
confident they will be around the mark again this season. Star batsman Steven Jolliffe has signed with New City in Cricket Albury-Wodonga, while the availability of Tom Yates may be limited. However, Hannam believes they have been able to cover... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Saturday Best with Ray and Duffgo well again. A good longshot here is Neyla’s Girl who was very good at the Ca
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
go well again. A good longshot here is Neyla’s Girl who was very good at the Canterbury midweeks first-up and she won an Albury trial very easily leading into this race. It is hard to line up Rekindled Force but he has an X-factor about him, he... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Saturday Best with Ray and Duffgo well again. A good longshot here is Neyla’s Girl who was very good at the Ca
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
go well again. A good longshot here is Neyla’s Girl who was very good at the Canterbury midweeks first-up and she won an Albury trial very easily leading into this race. It is hard to line up Rekindled Force but he has an X-factor about him, he... Read more
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News.com.au
Saturday Best with Ray and Duffgo well again. A good longshot here is Neyla’s Girl who was very good at the Ca
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
go well again. A good longshot here is Neyla’s Girl who was very good at the Canterbury midweeks first-up and she won an Albury trial very easily leading into this race. It is hard to line up Rekindled Force but he has an X-factor about him, he... Read more
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The Border Mail
From high school to the Sydney Opera House and small screenin the ABC ME documentary Recreate which followed her experience composing with
The Border Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
in the ABC ME documentary Recreate which followed her experience composing with the Academy of St Martin in the Field. The Albury High student started her musical journey 11 years ago at the tender age of 3. “My sister was originally learning to... Read more
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The Border Mail
North East photographer makes waves in two competitionsSTRIKING: Albury mental health advocate and long-distance swimmer Annette Baker
The Border Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
STRIKING: Albury mental health advocate and long-distance swimmer Annette Baker. Picture: NATALIE ORD Chiltern photographer Natalie Ord is making a splash, with two images of Border woman nominated for national or international prizes. Ord’s... Read more
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The Border Mail
Bobby’s proud of himself, his heritage and communitycomfort in his best friend, he is better able to release his feelings and thoug
The Border Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
comfort in his best friend, he is better able to release his feelings and thoughts that trigger such events. Bobby, 32, Albury, is a proud Wiradjuri First Nations gay man who lives with anxiety and depression. He regularly emcees at community... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wodonga Wolves continue to produce junior talent for national tournamentsGill (under 14 boys) and Casey Ardern (under 18 girls) are competing at the Aus
The Border Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
Gill (under 14 boys) and Casey Ardern (under 18 girls) are competing at the Australian Country Junior Basketball Cup in Albury-Wodonga from January 14 to January 20. Opponents include WA country, SA country, NSW country and New Zealand – the 20... Read more
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The Border Mail
Homes open for inspection this weekend –October 21 and 22for ‘the one’? These are the homes for sale that are open for you to inspect th
The Border Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
for ‘the one’? These are the homes for sale that are open for you to inspect this weekend. It could be your lucky day.Albury Saturday 21st October 9.00am - 9.30am | 619 Read Place | Auction | 0260414488 10.00am - 10.30am | 802 St James... Read more
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The Age
Assisted dying bill: People denied most important choicelaws – that death must be within 12 months – may look good in theory, but will
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
laws – that death must be within 12 months – may look good in theory, but will inevitably fail in practice. Chris Little, Albury, NSWUgly tradition Dr Michael Gannon's tweets on assisted dying exemplify the sort of medical attitude that many of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Red meat producers take stock at biosecurity workshopsof recent changes to the Livestock Production Assurance program and on-farm bio
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
of recent changes to the Livestock Production Assurance program and on-farm biosecurity plan requirements. A workshop was held at Albury on Thursday and Tallangatta and Tarcutta yesterday. The Johne's Beef Assurance Score (J-BAS) was also discus... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ben Elton to host Q and A for new film ‘Three Summers’ on Fridayon Friday night. Picture: NICK MOIR If you want a selfie with a balding, middl
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
on Friday night. Picture: NICK MOIR If you want a selfie with a balding, middle-aged pom, you better catch Ben Elton in Albury. The author, comedian and now director will host a Q and A session about his new film Three Summers at Regent Cinemas... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wagga Sloggers say last year’s win over Bullets wasn’t a “fluke”the pot. It definitely wasn’t a fluke, if anyone was there to watch the innings
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
the pot. It definitely wasn’t a fluke, if anyone was there to watch the innings of Ethan Bartlett.” Bartlett ended Cricket Albury-Wodonga’s representative season with a whirlwind 117 from just 56 balls. Veteran Bullets’ coach Robbie Jackson called... Read more
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The Border Mail
Cleanaway stands firm in face of compost plant oppositionin the NSW Land and Environment Court to build the compost plant at Gerogery be
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
in the NSW Land and Environment Court to build the compost plant at Gerogery before turning its attention to Howlong. Albury Council recently extended the interim rubbish collection arrangements with Cleanaway until early November. Cleanaway... Read more
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Canberra Times
Trainer Jason Coyle adamant White Moss can match deeds of older sibling White Sagestakes level I would hope." White Moss will headline Coyle's assault on the Ni
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
stakes level I would hope." White Moss will headline Coyle's assault on the Nivison, which also includes the resuming Albury Guineas winner Siren's Fury. Hardest to beat: Dixie Blossoms wins the Angst Stakes from stablemate Daysee Doom a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ben Elton to host Q and A for new film ‘Three Summers’ on Fridayon Friday night. Picture: NICK MOIR If you want a selfie with a balding, middl
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
on Friday night. Picture: NICK MOIR If you want a selfie with a balding, middle-aged pom, you better catch Ben Elton in Albury tomorrow night. The author, comedian and now director will host a Q and A session about his new film Three Summers at... Read more
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The Border Mail
Albury woman who overcame sexual assault drives new community eventJOINING FORCES: Albury Community Health Sexual Assault Service co-ordinator Kel
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
JOINING FORCES: Albury Community Health Sexual Assault Service co-ordinator Kelley Latta, Major David Bonnor and committee members Dee Crothers and Judy Langridge launch 'Step Out Albury-Wodonga'. Picture: SIMON BAYLISS One of 14 women who were... Read more
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The North West Star
Coyle's sage advice for white lightningstakes level I would hope." White Moss will headline Coyle's assault on the Ni
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
stakes level I would hope." White Moss will headline Coyle's assault on the Nivison, which also includes the resuming Albury Guineas winner Siren's Fury. But it is his Mossman mare who will attract most attention with Jason Collett taking... Read more
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The Age
Trainer Jason Coyle adamant White Moss can match deeds of older sibling White Sageemailed straight to your inbox. White Moss will headline Coyle's assault on th
The Age / Posted yesterday
emailed straight to your inbox. White Moss will headline Coyle's assault on the Nivison, which also includes the resuming Albury Guineas winner Siren's Fury. Hardest to beat: Dixie Blossoms wins the Angst Stakes from stablemate Daysee Doom a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Trainer Jason Coyle adamant White Moss can match deeds of older sibling White Sageemailed straight to your inbox. White Moss will headline Coyle's assault on th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
emailed straight to your inbox. White Moss will headline Coyle's assault on the Nivison, which also includes the resuming Albury Guineas winner Siren's Fury. Hardest to beat: Dixie Blossoms wins the Angst Stakes from stablemate Daysee Doom a... Read more
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The Border Mail
MP says Two Cities, One Community will require a change in mindsetA NOBLE quest that requires a leap of faith from bureaucrats. That’s how membe
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
A NOBLE quest that requires a leap of faith from bureaucrats. That’s how member for Benambra Bill Tilley characterised Albury and Wodonga councils’ new partnership in a speech to parliament. “It is a noble quest and not a time for... Read more
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The Border Mail
THROWBACK: Social photos from around the Border in October, 2003held their presentation night at the club on Saturday night. The theme of the n
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
held their presentation night at the club on Saturday night. The theme of the night was the 1980's. Jordan Wynne, 17, of Albury was flanked by a crowd of women with big ear-rings and big hair. Hens Party for Danielle Patterson Jackie Bell,... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Community Listings (Oct. 19)to Bucharest – and will include a visit to Dracula's Castle. It will be held at
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted yesterday
to Bucharest – and will include a visit to Dracula's Castle. It will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Fri. Oct. 20 at Rednersville-Albury Church, 2681 County Road 3 (Rednersville Road) in Prince Edward County. All are welcome. Freewill offering.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Corowa to Mulwala river bike track cash chase intensifiesto the second stage of the Rebuilding NSW regional growth fund with a joint app
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
to the second stage of the Rebuilding NSW regional growth fund with a joint application being crunched along with Albury and Berrigan councils for the works along the Murray River aimed at improving tourism product. The 42.9km trail... Read more
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The Border Mail
Blacksmith’s shop and stables to get new life with restoration40s. Mrs McElwaine said work on the upgrade was expected to begin in January a
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
40s. Mrs McElwaine said work on the upgrade was expected to begin in January and be completed in four months. Member for Albury Greg Aplin, who announced the funding, said the restoration would allow a farrier and blacksmith to work... Read more
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The Border Mail
Car goes up in flames in central AlburyA DISUSED vehicle has been torched in central Albury, with firefighters saving
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
A DISUSED vehicle has been torched in central Albury, with firefighters saving other cars from being damaged. Firefighters were called to Cahill Place about 4am on Thursday morning. They found the old Holden Commodore – which had parts removed and... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Former Border cyclist Emma Mackie snapped up by Western Bulldogsoff to Whitten Oval now and my head is just spinning.” Mackie played under-14s
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
off to Whitten Oval now and my head is just spinning.” Mackie played under-14s and 17s at Jindera with her brother and Albury star, Joel, before turning to cycling and securing contracts with overseas teams. She represented Australia at the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Border creators collaborate for the first time in children’s bookwho wrote the Freaky series, has illustrated another author’s work – she is lau
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
who wrote the Freaky series, has illustrated another author’s work – she is launching her 11th book soon. Bowater, of Albury, announced at the launch he hopes to get into his own illustrating. “I’ve had eight books published, and I think it’s... Read more
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The Border Mail
Police ‘were looking at’ Albury man charged with 20 child pornography offencesAn Albury man who allegedly continued to consume child pornography despite bein
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
An Albury man who allegedly continued to consume child pornography despite being issued with a search warrant has appeared before court. Edwin George Mayne has been charged with 17 counts of using a carriage service for child pornography and three... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ovens and Murray edge out Albury and District in annual bowls challengeOvens and Murray have held off a fast-finishing Albury and District outfit to c
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Ovens and Murray have held off a fast-finishing Albury and District outfit to claim the 2017 annual challenge at Howlong. The eventual winners raced out to a lead of 38 shots after the morning session, before the Albury association fired back in the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Building a better earth focus of inaugural conferenceThe world’s best sustainable builders and architects will descend on Albury for
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
The world’s best sustainable builders and architects will descend on Albury for next week’s inaugural Earth-Building Association of Australia’s international conference. Vice president and veteran builder Peter Hickson said earth-building... Read more
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The Border Mail
People are getting into the sustainable energy habitmindful of their everyday energy use. They are two of eight well-loved locals
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
mindful of their everyday energy use. They are two of eight well-loved locals whose living lightly stories will feature at Albury-Wodonga’s popular, month-long Sustainable Living Festival, which includes a fair and tiny house display at Junction... Read more
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The Border Mail
‘Redesign is under way’ on faster trains for the North Eastthe redesign is currently under way”. BRAG chairman Bill Traill said the moder
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
the redesign is currently under way”. BRAG chairman Bill Traill said the modern trains could serve as a shuttle between Albury-Wodonga and Melbourne and only needed the bogies to be changed to a standard gauge system to run on the line. He... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW’s inaction ‘bagged’ by ban advocate, fellow premierNSW is the only Australian state or territory not to have taken action to ‘ban
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
NSW is the only Australian state or territory not to have taken action to ‘ban the bag’, with Albury-Wodonga advocates disappointed with the government’s inaction. It comes as Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced on Tuesday his state would... Read more
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The Border Mail
Border museum prepares to host Archibald Prize exhibitionTHE Archibald Prize returns to the Border in December, with Murray Art Museum A
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
THE Archibald Prize returns to the Border in December, with Murray Art Museum Albury to host the touring portrait exhibition for the first time. Between December 15 to January 28, the event will present the 2017 finalists of the annual competition,... Read more
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The Border Mail
‘Redesign is underway’ on faster trains for the North Eastfor the redesign is currently underway”. BRAG chairman Bill Traill said the mo
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
for the redesign is currently underway”. BRAG chairman Bill Traill said the modern trains could serve as a shuttle between Albury-Wodonga and Melbourne and only needed the bogies to be changed to a standard gauge system to run on the line. He... Read more
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The Border Mail
Bugleweed brightens backyard garden bedscheerful, low-growing, low-maintenance plant that brightens the garden beautifu
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
cheerful, low-growing, low-maintenance plant that brightens the garden beautifully and encourages bees to the garden. The Albury Horticulture Society is running a bus trip to Tumbarumba open gardens on Saturday, October 28, cost is $70. This... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst to welcome strong contingent for NSW Open Golf Championships qualifieroffer for the main golf tournament at Twin Creeks.” Qualifiers will also be pl
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
offer for the main golf tournament at Twin Creeks.” Qualifiers will also be played in Forbes, Camden, Kew/Wauchope, Moree, Albury and Griffith. Bathurst’s qualifier will also act as the Bathurst Open tournament. Barrett said Canberra golfers Adam... Read more
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