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The Border Mail
Norris Park IGA becomes second Albury supermarket to host can machineTHE IGA supermarket at Norris Park will become the second Albury recycling site
The Border Mail / Posted 52 minutes ago
THE IGA supermarket at Norris Park will become the second Albury recycling site for the NSW government’s Return and Earn scheme. A reverse vending machine for cans and bottles was dropped into the car park of the Union Road business on Thursday... Read more
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The Border Mail
Blood service wants you to donate the gift that saves livesRed Cross Blood Service hopes people will take time out from Christmas preparat
The Border Mail / Posted 52 minutes ago
Red Cross Blood Service hopes people will take time out from Christmas preparations to donate blood and plasma at the Albury centre in David Street. This building will receive its own Christmas present soon through a $1.1 million... Read more
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The Border Mail
Students celebrate as HSC subject are scores releasedAfter a long year HSC students across Albury woke yesterday, or were woken by e
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
After a long year HSC students across Albury woke yesterday, or were woken by eager parents, to discover whether their hard work had paid off in their subject scores. For Maddy Bonnici, of Scots School Albury, said her results were less important... Read more
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The Border Mail
Trio of Hockey Albury-Wodonga rising stars set for bumper European tourHUGE TRIP: Hockey Albury-Wodonga juniors Jolie Wheeler, 15, and Emma Pontt,15,
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
HUGE TRIP: Hockey Albury-Wodonga juniors Jolie Wheeler, 15, and Emma Pontt,15, are heading off overseas to play hockey on the Wanderers Australia tour of Europe. Picture: MARK JESSER Three talented Hockey Albury-Wodonga juniors will get a feel for... Read more
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The Border Mail
New car sold to wreckers after crashing into Thurgoona Street barrier while drunkthe wreckers. Police received several complaints about the car about 11am afte
The Border Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
the wreckers. Police received several complaints about the car about 11am after it was seen swerving across roads in West Albury. The vehicle had earlier hit a steel fence and tap at a home. Concerned drivers spotted the car heading towards... Read more
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The Border Mail
Not getting value for pet registrations on ‘other side’This is the second dog park in Albury in the last 18 months, and they are huge.
The Border Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
This is the second dog park in Albury in the last 18 months, and they are huge. POOR COUSIN: Tootz with animal rescue volunteer Carmen Amos at the opening of a dog park in Albury. A reader says Wodonga Council is less generous to dog owners. The... Read more
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The Border Mail
Turvey Park makes big move in securing Kade Garlandguess, but we'll be aiming as high as we can." Garland played alongside Carrol
The Border Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
guess, but we'll be aiming as high as we can." Garland played alongside Carroll in Lavington's 2016 grand final loss to Albury Tigers and remained in contact with him since. Carroll's professional approach attracted Garland to Maher Oval. "I... Read more
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The Border Mail
Freeway hoon jailed for crimes 'nothing short of disgraceful'24, of Deer Park, was arrested on November 16 after speeding away from police a
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
24, of Deer Park, was arrested on November 16 after speeding away from police along the Hume Freeway between Benalla and Albury. Officers who stopped him across the border in NSW at 7.45am discovered Pua, two adult women and a young child in the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Martin fires sizzling record-equalling round to win at Alburyat the recent Australian PGA. FAMILIAR PATCH: Marcus Fraser is a proud Corowa
The Border Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
at the recent Australian PGA. FAMILIAR PATCH: Marcus Fraser is a proud Corowa product, but he's played plenty of golf at Albury since his junior days as a rising star. Former Bendigo player Andrew Martin has shot a record-equalling nine-under... Read more
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The Border Mail
Lavington Sportsground could host a Sheffield Shield matchCAW officials and Albury Council might have the option of hosting either a Bord
The Border Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
CAW officials and Albury Council might have the option of hosting either a Border Bash or Sheffield Shield match in the future. Tuesday’s WBBL clash between Melbourne Stars and Sydney Thunder, followed by the men’s game, proved another stunning... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne Stars will rally around Peter Handscomb if he is dropped from Test teamhim." Zampa impressed with 2-17 from his four overs as the Stars beat Sydney T
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
him." Zampa impressed with 2-17 from his four overs as the Stars beat Sydney Thunder by nine runs in a practice match in Albury on Tuesday night. The leggie said his eyes remained on the BBL despite his likely departure from the Stars mid-season... Read more
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The Border Mail
Another arrest made by police investigating crime spree spanning Wodonga to WaggaGUTTED: Police had been investigating possible links between this Albury car fi
The Border Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
GUTTED: Police had been investigating possible links between this Albury car fire and a string of offences in the city, Wodonga and Wagga. POLICE have arrested a 20-year-old man as a part of an operation targeting a string of offences between Wagga... Read more
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The Border Mail
Friends return to say farewell to community therapy clinicChurch overseeing the project. Committee member Diana Ashley said previous cli
The Border Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
Church overseeing the project. Committee member Diana Ashley said previous clients and therapists as well as visitors from Albury joined the regular volunteers to mark the clinic’s farewell. “I think people are fairly pragmatic when something... Read more
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The Border Mail
Marcus Fraser to farewell European golf at the end of next yearMarcus Fraser tees off the first hole in the Commercial Golf Resort Albury pro-
The Border Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
Marcus Fraser tees off the first hole in the Commercial Golf Resort Albury pro-am. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE Corowa product Marcus Fraser has confirmed next year will be his last, full-time, on the European Tour. “Yeah, I think so, I’ll really scale... Read more
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The Border Mail
Thelma trips the light fantastic in Dancing Around The Worlda comeback to the stage after six decades. Miss Fergusson, 70, will join 110 p
The Border Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
a comeback to the stage after six decades. Miss Fergusson, 70, will join 110 performers in Dancing Around The World at Albury Entertainment Centre on Saturday. The Mercy Place Albury resident will reveal her dance moves in the annual concert... Read more
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The Border Mail
Battling golfer wins $82,000 Mercedes after his first hole in onegolf professional, who’s had to work other jobs to survive, won an $82,000 car
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
golf professional, who’s had to work other jobs to survive, won an $82,000 car at Wednesday’s Commercial Golf Resort Albury pro-am. Sam Newbrun landed the perfect shot on the par-three, 178m 10th hole to claim the Mercedes-Benz C 300. “It... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne Stars will rally around Peter Handscomb if he is dropped from Test teamhim." Zampa impressed with 2-17 from his four overs as the Stars beat Sydney T
The Age / Posted yesterday
him." Zampa impressed with 2-17 from his four overs as the Stars beat Sydney Thunder by nine runs in a practice match in Albury on Tuesday night. The leggie said his eyes remained on the BBL despite his likely departure from the Stars mid-season... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne Stars will rally around Peter Handscomb if he is dropped from Test teamhim." Zampa impressed with 2-17 from his four overs as the Stars beat Sydney T
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
him." Zampa impressed with 2-17 from his four overs as the Stars beat Sydney Thunder by nine runs in a practice match in Albury on Tuesday night. The leggie said his eyes remained on the BBL despite his likely departure from the Stars mid-season... Read more
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The Border Mail
Is online Christmas shopping better for the environment?for eco-friendly packaging and reuse it, especially boxes and cushioning materi
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
for eco-friendly packaging and reuse it, especially boxes and cushioning materials. We have many options for recycling in Albury-Wodonga especially now that we have Redcycle which is for soft plastic recycling. Karen Bowley is a member of Wodonga... Read more
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Western Advocate
Griffith and Sydney Thunder takes down Melbourne Starsside picked up their second win of the Women’s Big Bash League season on Tuesda
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
side picked up their second win of the Women’s Big Bash League season on Tuesday with a win over the Melbourne Stars at Albury. EASY WIN: Sydney Thunder's Rachael Haynes hits a successful sweep on her way to 54 runs in her side's win over the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Laser punishment for Socceroos’ World Cup rivalshas been proving people wrong since he was 17 and is desperate to do so again a
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
has been proving people wrong since he was 17 and is desperate to do so again and make it to the World Cup. The 29-year-old Albury-born left-back has been a constant for the Lions in his first season at Championship level, earning rave reviews from... Read more
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The Border Mail
Andrew Hirst and Darryl Coventry take out under 50s pairs championshipGALLERY: Albury and District Bowls under 50s pairs final North Albury’s Andrew
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
GALLERY: Albury and District Bowls under 50s pairs final North Albury’s Andrew Hirst and Commercial’s Darryl Coventry are the Albury and District under 50s pairs champions. The combination prevailed in an entertaining final against Hirst’s North... Read more
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The Border Mail
Take care of your neighbours, pets as summer weather arrivesheat waves cause illness, hospitalisations and sometimes even deaths,” she said
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
heat waves cause illness, hospitalisations and sometimes even deaths,” she said. The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted Albury-Wodonga will fluctuate between highs of mid-30s to early-40s next week. Mrs Oakman said during hot weather, it is... Read more
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The Border Mail
Discover the tranquility and grace on offer at 'Muniong'House of the Week Details Address: 'Muniong', 473 Wagga Road, Albury Agent:
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
House of the Week Details Address: 'Muniong', 473 Wagga Road, Albury Agent: Zelle, contact Gabrielle Douglas, 0418 698 818 For sale: by expressions of interest Muniong is a gracious country property, circa 1870, located just 10 minutes' drive... Read more
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The Border Mail
Talented AWFA young guns remain undefeated to take out annual Fiji Cupon the way to claiming the Fiji Cup. The under 17 girls team included former B
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
on the way to claiming the Fiji Cup. The under 17 girls team included former Boomers midfielder Christina Stefanou, Albury United duo Allanah Seary and Brea Quinlivan, Albury City’s Molly Goldsworthy and Albury Hotspurs’ Bella... Read more
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The Border Mail
Memorable year for our RSL and its supportersto refuse accommodation to a Catholic tenant, or for a Muslim doctor to refuse
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
to refuse accommodation to a Catholic tenant, or for a Muslim doctor to refuse to treat a Christian patient.D. A. Corbett, AlburyYou’ve got to ask With respect to your editorial of December 12 (‘More thought needed on arenas stroke play’), Albury... Read more
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Weekly Times
Remove the pressureWHEN Murray Darling Basin ministers meet in ­Albury on Tuesday next week farmer
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
WHEN Murray Darling Basin ministers meet in ­Albury on Tuesday next week farmers and communities will be expecting better than yet another round of political grandstanding and demands. We need our elected representatives to get back to the middle... Read more
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Weekly Times
A scorcher in store after mixed yearaverages are Ararat (10 per cent more) and Bendigo (2 per cent more). A furthe
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
averages are Ararat (10 per cent more) and Bendigo (2 per cent more). A further nine centres — Cooma NSW, Yarrawonga, Albury NSW, Shepparton, Deniliquin, NSW, Warrnambool, Ballarat, Lake Eildon and Mildura — have recorded 90 per cent or more... Read more
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The Border Mail
Stars’ Seb Gotch takes a contender for catch of the seasonhas seen. Despite the loss, Sydney Thunder was delighted with the strong crowd
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
has seen. Despite the loss, Sydney Thunder was delighted with the strong crowd. “It’s great to come out here at Albury, we get a lot of support from the people that come to the ground,” paceman Gurinder Sandhu said. “It’s a great... Read more
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The Border Mail
Proud Cricket Albury-Wodonga export Dominic Thornely back for Border Bashand there’s Alice Springs games. “You’ve got to take the game to the people.”
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
and there’s Alice Springs games. “You’ve got to take the game to the people.” Thornely was a premiership player with East Albury in Cricket Albury-Wodonga before debuting with NSW in 2001. He scored more than 5000 first class runs and took 54... Read more
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The Border Mail
Cricket Albury-Wodonga chairman wants the next Border Bash on a weekendMichael Erdlejac wants the next Border Bash played on a weekend. Cricket Albur
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Michael Erdlejac wants the next Border Bash played on a weekend. Cricket Albury-Wodonga chairman Michael Erdlejac has called for Cricket Australia to provide it a more favourable schedule for future events. A strong crowd of 6877 rolled in for the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Lots of fun for all the family at second staging of Border Bash4 and Thomas Goonan 10 show their support for Sydney Thunder during Tuesday's B
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
4 and Thomas Goonan 10 show their support for Sydney Thunder during Tuesday's Border Bash. It was fun in the sun for Albury's Russell Wright and Carmen Riley at the second staging of the Border Bash.. Mates from Walbundrie Brodie Lieschke,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne Stars Thunder-struck, Rachael Haynes fires for Sydney in WBBLHaynes has lifted the Sydney Thunder to an emphatic eight-wicket WBBL win over
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Haynes has lifted the Sydney Thunder to an emphatic eight-wicket WBBL win over an outclassed Melbourne Stars outfit in Albury. The Australian captain was in vintage form on Tuesday with her hard-hitting 54 coming from just 33 deliveries, as... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne Stars Thunder-struck, Rachael Haynes fires for Sydney in WBBLHaynes has lifted the Sydney Thunder to an emphatic eight-wicket WBBL win over
The Age / Posted yesterday
Haynes has lifted the Sydney Thunder to an emphatic eight-wicket WBBL win over an outclassed Melbourne Stars outfit in Albury. The Australian captain was in vintage form on Tuesday with her hard-hitting 54 coming from just 33 deliveries, as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne Stars Thunder-struck, Rachael Haynes fires for Sydney in WBBLHaynes has lifted the Sydney Thunder to an emphatic eight-wicket WBBL win over
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Haynes has lifted the Sydney Thunder to an emphatic eight-wicket WBBL win over an outclassed Melbourne Stars outfit in Albury. The Australian captain was in vintage form on Tuesday with her hard-hitting 54 coming from just 33 deliveries, as... Read more
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The Border Mail
Call for mentors who can help youth thrive, not just survivewith a young person – to become their friend, role model and guide. Murray Hig
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
with a young person – to become their friend, role model and guide. Murray High School and James Fallon High School in Albury will be involved in the pilot targeting year 10, 11 and 12 students who might have barriers that could impact their... Read more
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International Business Times
What is a body farm? Australian soldier who 'died' 6 times does not want to waste money on burial "I've had a good life, mate," he told Daily Mail Australia, revealing his unusu
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
"I've had a good life, mate," he told Daily Mail Australia, revealing his unusual wish. The 58-year-old from Albury city on the border of New South Wales and Victoria has also lost half a lung during the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami after... Read more
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The Border Mail
Murray Conservatorium Orchestra pulls out all stopsChamber Ensemble at Rutherglen on Saturday night. NEED to unwind and soak up t
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Chamber Ensemble at Rutherglen on Saturday night. NEED to unwind and soak up the festive season? NIGHT OUT: The Albury-based Murray Conservatorium Orchestra, pictured in 2014, has a history of performing in concert on the Border and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Anti-abortionists would fight protest exclusion lawa Thursday vigil. ANTI-abortion advocate Roland von Marburg says he and the He
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
a Thursday vigil. ANTI-abortion advocate Roland von Marburg says he and the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants would take Albury Council to court if a protest exclusion zone was created in Englehardt Street. His vow came as Albury councillor John... Read more
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The Border Mail
Little between combatants in top tierthe final two sets and the points in a hard-fought battle against Essex in the
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
the final two sets and the points in a hard-fought battle against Essex in the closest of section-one ladies action at the Albury grass courts yesterday. Jenny Wiltshire, Sarah Parker and Carolyn Spasojevic finished strongly to complete a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Corowa criminal wasting his life inside a jail cellapplied to revoke Garsed’s parole and he was arrested. Police said he has a “b
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
applied to revoke Garsed’s parole and he was arrested. Police said he has a “blatant disregard for authority”. Albury magistrate Tony Murray recently said the 29-year-old had put those near the school in danger. “Put yourself in the... Read more
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The Border Mail
The farm now calls for priest seeking changefor the future of our schools has been instrumental, the growth we've seen in e
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
for the future of our schools has been instrumental, the growth we've seen in enrolments and the Catholic presence in Albury and Wodonga has been really positive. “The way he interacts with the students, uses humour and makes each of them... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Albury stay in finals hunt with win over Forrest Hill DiggersALBURY kept its finals hopes alive with a thrilling two-game win over Forrest H
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
ALBURY kept its finals hopes alive with a thrilling two-game win over Forrest Hill Diggers in their Albury Tennis Association section two men’s clash on Saturday. TURNING BACK THE CLOCK: Veteran Graeme Barned used his experience to win a tight... Read more
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The Border Mail
Plan to ban protests or pray akin to “something you’d see in North Korea”An Albury Councillor labelled a plan to restrict protesters outside an Englehar
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
An Albury Councillor labelled a plan to restrict protesters outside an Englehardt fertility clinic “totalitarianism” and reminiscent of “something you’d see in North Korea”, but pro-exclusion zone campaigners believe even peaceful protests are... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Albury Thunder sign young English front-rower Brad HillAlbury Thunder will field a new-look forward pack with Batley Bulldogs youngste
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Albury Thunder will field a new-look forward pack with Batley Bulldogs youngster Brad Hill joining the club. ALBURY Thunder has picked up its second front-rower in the past fortnight with English youngster Brad Hill committing to the Group 9... Read more
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The Border Mail
A long history of helping othersof Ron Haberfield. Wodonga ambulance services commenced operation on May 1, 19
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
of Ron Haberfield. Wodonga ambulance services commenced operation on May 1, 1961. Previously the service was supplied by Albury Ambulance, which was the headquarters of the Murray Valley District Ambulance Service. The service in Wodonga began... Read more
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The Border Mail
Greens push Albury Council to set up protest exclusion zone around abortion clinicTHE Greens are urging Albury Council to use by-laws to ban protests around the
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
THE Greens are urging Albury Council to use by-laws to ban protests around the city’s abortion clinic. But the council’s lawyers warn a legal contest sparked by such a move could cost ratepayers up to $200,000. Albury councillor Darren Cameron... Read more
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Canberra Times
Lizelle Lee out to continue hot start for Melbourne Stars in WBBLwork on everything." The Stars are looking to bounce back from their first-up
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
work on everything." The Stars are looking to bounce back from their first-up defeat when they take on Sydney Thunder in Albury on Tuesday. England international Georgia Elwiss has been added to the Stars' squad for the match, which forms part of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sexual abuse in Victoria's mental wards is bad and getting worsedelivered through 18 designated hospital services, from Eastern Health and Mona
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
delivered through 18 designated hospital services, from Eastern Health and Monash Health in metropolitan Melbourne, to Albury Wodonga Health or the New Mildura Base Hospital in regional Victoria. The trouble is, beds and staff are so thinly... Read more
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The Border Mail
KP’s special praise for our region ahead of Border Bashpleasure," Pietersen tweeted after a clinic at Kelly Park. Kevin Pietersen set
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
pleasure," Pietersen tweeted after a clinic at Kelly Park. Kevin Pietersen set to thrill Border and North East cricket fans Cricket Albury-Wodonga chief hopeful of big crowd for Big Bash Thunder looks to rebound against Melbourne Stars after... Read more
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