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The Border Mail
Maz in the middle of harassment complaintsince the latter was a child. Dark clouds looming: Catherine Marriott pictured
The Border Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
since the latter was a child. Dark clouds looming: Catherine Marriott pictured in 2009 for a profile that appeared in The Border Mail. In 2013, Ms McGowan ran a rural business women’s forum at Beechworth where Ms Marriott was a guest... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The cupboard is bare in the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners kittyAccount: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Clu
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Account: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Club of Sydney Drought Appeal; GPO Box 1523, Sydney NSW 2001. Border Mail Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditio... Read more
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Western Advocate
The cupboard is bare in the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners kittyAccount: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Clu
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Account: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Club of Sydney Drought Appeal; GPO Box 1523, Sydney NSW 2001. Border Mail Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditio... Read more
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Manning River Times
The cupboard is bare in the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners kittyAccount: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Clu
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Account: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Club of Sydney Drought Appeal; GPO Box 1523, Sydney NSW 2001. Border Mail Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditio... Read more
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The North West Star
The cupboard is bare in the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners kittyAccount: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Clu
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Account: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Club of Sydney Drought Appeal; GPO Box 1523, Sydney NSW 2001. Border Mail Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditio... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The cupboard is bare in the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners kittyAccount: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Clu
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Account: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Club of Sydney Drought Appeal; GPO Box 1523, Sydney NSW 2001. Border Mail Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditio... Read more
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The Border Mail
The cupboard is bare in the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners kittytrying to help out a fellow Aussie in times of hardship,” it stated. To donate
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
trying to help out a fellow Aussie in times of hardship,” it stated. To donate - BSB: 062 438; Account: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Club of Sydney Drought Appeal; GPO Box 1523, Sydney NSW 2001. Bor... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The cupboard is bare in the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners kittyAccount: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Clu
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Account: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Club of Sydney Drought Appeal; GPO Box 1523, Sydney NSW 2001. Border Mail Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditio... Read more
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The Courier
The cupboard is bare in the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners kittyAccount: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Clu
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Account: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal. Send cheques to: The Rotary Club of Sydney Drought Appeal; GPO Box 1523, Sydney NSW 2001. Border Mail Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditio... Read more
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The Border Mail
Council can lead the way and bring about changeThe story 'Safe access zone possible’ (The Border Mail, February 22) reported t
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
The story 'Safe access zone possible’ (The Border Mail, February 22) reported that the legal advice obtained by Albury Council provides that it is possible to declare a safe access zone under the Local Government Act. However the recommendation to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Just 3 homes without any electricity on1st March 2018 to continue negotiations.” The ban ended at lunchtime on Friday
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
1st March 2018 to continue negotiations.” The ban ended at lunchtime on Friday. ETU officials did not reply to The Border Mail yon Friday. Benambra MLA Bill Tilley, who has been contacted by upset home owners, welcomed the... Read more
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The Border Mail
All change once again for track overseerfor upgrades is inadequate and at least $135 million is needed. Labor member f
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
for upgrades is inadequate and at least $135 million is needed. Labor member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes told The Border Mail “more than double” $100 million was needed. She has written to North East state MPs Bill Tilley, Tim McCurdy and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Forgive me if my heart doesn’t bleed for BarnabyWhile Father Peter MacLeod-Miller calls for sympathy for the troubles of poor B
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
While Father Peter MacLeod-Miller calls for sympathy for the troubles of poor Barnaby Joyce (‘Give Barnaby a break’, The Border Mail letters, February 16), he seems to have overlooked that Mr Joyce has indeed had a share of assistance and support... Read more
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The Border Mail
Show us more money for North-East rail line: Andrews Governmentfor more than the $100 million already allocated so trains with the capacity to
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
for more than the $100 million already allocated so trains with the capacity to travel at speeds of 130km/h. The Border Mail understands the additional funding sought by the Victorian government could be more than double the amount made... Read more
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The Border Mail
Les O’Brien true tribute hope revealed at last minutewith the family this week,” he said. “If their wishes in relation to the matte
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
with the family this week,” he said. “If their wishes in relation to the matter differ from what has been presented, then this information will be provided to council for consideration.” The Border Mail made attempts to contact Mr O’Brien’s fam... Read more
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The Border Mail
Irrigators drowning in uncertainty, as region reaches ‘tipping point’GMW operates as efficiently as possible to ensure prices remain affordable for
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
GMW operates as efficiently as possible to ensure prices remain affordable for customers for decades to come,” she told The Border Mail. The panel handed 30 recommendations to the organisation and two to the government, saying GMW was “not... Read more
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The Border Mail
Our great state has become a basket casenurse in the CATT team and to say we are under resourced and understaffed is a
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
nurse in the CATT team and to say we are under resourced and understaffed is a major understatement. An article in The Border Mail on February 11 suggested the door might have shut on taxpayer funding for the Adani Carmichael coal mine, with... Read more
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The Border Mail
Missing student puts school into lockdownlockdown for between 20 and 30 minutes before it was lifted at around 2pm after
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
lockdown for between 20 and 30 minutes before it was lifted at around 2pm after the student was found. A witness told The Border Mail a student was seen being taken from the school in an ambulance. Classes resumed for the rest of the day without... Read more
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The Border Mail
Boating industry attacks erosion figures used to justify wake banpresented to them by their scientist, it’s clear that is not true,” Mr Scullion
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
presented to them by their scientist, it’s clear that is not true,” Mr Scullion said. The 2016 advisory, seen by The Border Mail, is one of about 17 documents received under the FOI request. Mr Mitchell said RMS, MDBA and the erosion... 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 7 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
Indigenous population number is ‘way short of reality’of funds is based on population data, so our numbers are way short of what the
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
of funds is based on population data, so our numbers are way short of what the reality is,” Ms McGowan said. She told The Border Mail there was "enormous disappointment” the government had not made progress needed to close the gap between... Read more
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The Border Mail
Generosity, compassion, commitment: A thank youDeaf Games Organising Committee Contributor Eleanor Kirk (‘It’s time to make t
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Deaf Games Organising Committee Contributor Eleanor Kirk (‘It’s time to make the pill available over the counter’, The Border Mail, February 14) aged 20, makes me smile. In a rant designed to provoke, she demands that her generation (who are... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Ferrari clocked 233km/h on Hume Freewayover for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a hig
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
over for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a high-speed pursuit. “The only sensible thing the driver did was to stop when signalled by police,” he said. “Any speeds of this nature will not be tolerated.” Border... Read more
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Western Advocate
Ferrari clocked 233km/h on Hume Freewayover for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a hig
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
over for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a high-speed pursuit. “The only sensible thing the driver did was to stop when signalled by police,” he said. “Any speeds of this nature will not be tolerated.” Border... Read more
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Manning River Times
Ferrari clocked 233km/h on Hume Freewayover for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a hig
Manning River Times / Posted 10 days ago
over for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a high-speed pursuit. “The only sensible thing the driver did was to stop when signalled by police,” he said. “Any speeds of this nature will not be tolerated.” Border... Read more
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The North West Star
Ferrari clocked 233km/h on Hume Freewayover for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a hig
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
over for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a high-speed pursuit. “The only sensible thing the driver did was to stop when signalled by police,” he said. “Any speeds of this nature will not be tolerated.” Border... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Ferrari clocked 233km/h on Hume Freewayover for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a hig
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
over for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a high-speed pursuit. “The only sensible thing the driver did was to stop when signalled by police,” he said. “Any speeds of this nature will not be tolerated.” Border... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ferrari clocked 233km/h on Hume Freewayover for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a hig
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
over for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a high-speed pursuit. “The only sensible thing the driver did was to stop when signalled by police,” he said. “Any speeds of this nature will not be tolerated.” Border... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Ferrari clocked 233km/h on Hume Freewayover for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a hig
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
over for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a high-speed pursuit. “The only sensible thing the driver did was to stop when signalled by police,” he said. “Any speeds of this nature will not be tolerated.” Border... Read more
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The Courier
Ferrari clocked 233km/h on Hume Freewayover for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a hig
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
over for police without incident, meaning the situation did not result in a high-speed pursuit. “The only sensible thing the driver did was to stop when signalled by police,” he said. “Any speeds of this nature will not be tolerated.” Border... Read more
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The Border Mail
DEAR VALENTINE: hilarious, heartbreaking and honest past messagesthan people sharing their nicknames, poems and cheeky words. Click through the
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
than people sharing their nicknames, poems and cheeky words. Click through the gallery above to see love messages that appeared in previous editions of the Border Mail. You may even find some inspiration for your loved one this year. ... Read more
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The Border Mail
Tale set on Murray River opens new HotHouse seasonunusual project and I’m still trying to deal with how I'm going to bring it all
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
unusual project and I’m still trying to deal with how I'm going to bring it all together,” director Damien Ryan tells The Border Mail, “I’ve certainly never done this before.” Ryan is working with six actors in Sydney while cast members from the... Read more
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The Border Mail
On mental health, there’s lots of talk but not lots of serviceswith dollars but with their physical and mental health. I write in repose to B
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
with dollars but with their physical and mental health. I write in repose to Breck Scott-Young (‘Something to Ponder’, The Border Mail letters, February 10). If we jailed people in Australia for wearing a hijab, we are behaving as the Muslim... Read more
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The Border Mail
Return of railway ‘carriages’ to old Wodonga train stationdifferent spots in Sidings Park and these will be for restaurants and coffee sh
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
different spots in Sidings Park and these will be for restaurants and coffee shops or gift shops.” Mr Williams told The Border Mail four ‘carriages’ will be constructed of timber, steel and aluminium with one appearing to emerge from the Goods... Read more
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The Border Mail
‘Payback’ a trigger for munitions dealto extending its agreement with Thales over the plants which combined employ 64
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
to extending its agreement with Thales over the plants which combined employ 640. The department yesterday responded to Border Mail questions about the deal. It declined to say whether the fresh pact would extend over five, ten or more... Read more
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The Border Mail
Colour, cut and save a life: all in a day’s work for this salon ownerand passerby has earned gratitude from the woman says she owes Miss Humpris her
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
and passerby has earned gratitude from the woman says she owes Miss Humpris her life. The 76-year-old, who spoke to the Border Mail, is at home, doing well. She did not wish to be named but said everyone who helped her deserved infinite... Read more
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The Border Mail
Power dispute stalling disabled accommodationthis week that she had encouraged the union and foreign-owned company to “sit d
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
this week that she had encouraged the union and foreign-owned company to “sit down and work through the issues”. When The Border Mail asked AusNet whether any progress had been made, spokeswoman Helina Lilley was non-specific. “We regret that the... Read more
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The North West Star
How I'm coming out the other side of savage eating disorderthank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my tough
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
thank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my toughest days, namely my husband and children, family (particularly my big sister, whose yoga skills and essential oils have been invaluable), and tireless mother. Border... Read more
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Daily Liberal
How I'm coming out the other side of savage eating disorderthank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my tough
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
thank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my toughest days, namely my husband and children, family (particularly my big sister, whose yoga skills and essential oils have been invaluable), and tireless mother. Border... Read more
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The Border Mail
How I'm coming out the other side of savage eating disorderthank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my tough
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
thank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my toughest days, namely my husband and children, family (particularly my big sister, whose yoga skills and essential oils have been invaluable), and tireless mother. Border... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
How I'm coming out the other side of savage eating disorderthank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my tough
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
thank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my toughest days, namely my husband and children, family (particularly my big sister, whose yoga skills and essential oils have been invaluable), and tireless mother. Border... Read more
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The Courier
How I'm coming out the other side of savage eating disorderthank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my tough
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
thank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my toughest days, namely my husband and children, family (particularly my big sister, whose yoga skills and essential oils have been invaluable), and tireless mother. Border... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
How I'm coming out the other side of savage eating disorderthank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my tough
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
thank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my toughest days, namely my husband and children, family (particularly my big sister, whose yoga skills and essential oils have been invaluable), and tireless mother. Border... Read more
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Western Advocate
How I'm coming out the other side of savage eating disorderthank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my tough
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
thank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my toughest days, namely my husband and children, family (particularly my big sister, whose yoga skills and essential oils have been invaluable), and tireless mother. Border... Read more
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Manning River Times
How I'm coming out the other side of savage eating disorderthank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my tough
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
thank you to those people who have supported me unconditionally during my toughest days, namely my husband and children, family (particularly my big sister, whose yoga skills and essential oils have been invaluable), and tireless mother. Border... Read more
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The Border Mail
Lavington Sportsground redevelopment costs blow out furtherbeing created as part of the project initially budgeted to cost $9.5 million.
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
being created as part of the project initially budgeted to cost $9.5 million. The soil issues were first reported by The Border Mail in November last year and were initially expected to cost up to an additional $2 million. “It’s an unfortunate... Read more
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The Border Mail
Walwa works welcomed but lack of warning on sessions ‘not good enough’for years, and the dissemination of information to the wider community was a mu
The Border Mail / Posted 18 days ago
for years, and the dissemination of information to the wider community was a must. “There were no public notices in The Border Mail last weekend, nor in the Corryong Courier and as far as I can determine there was nothing on the VicRoads... Read more
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The Border Mail
Alpine Health announces its hospitals now have antivenomnow have the capacity to administer antivenom to a snake bite victim prior to t
The Border Mail / Posted 18 days ago
now have the capacity to administer antivenom to a snake bite victim prior to transfer to a regional base hospital.” The Border Mail contacted Alpine Health on Wednesday, but no spokesperson was available. Porepunkah resident Lizzie Cann, who... Read more
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The Border Mail
Power failure leaves family contemplating living in a tentfamily with three school-aged children and looking likely to be homeless in a m
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
family with three school-aged children and looking likely to be homeless in a matter of weeks.” Mrs King told The Border Mail her family, now living at Yackandandah, was in limbo. “If we have to we can always live in a tent, but how long... Read more
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The Border Mail
NBN’s slogan should be ‘pay more for nothing more’It is disingenuous for NBN representative Ebony Aitken (Border Mail, February 3
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
It is disingenuous for NBN representative Ebony Aitken (Border Mail, February 3) to contend that complainants did not understand the implications of signing up for a lower speed plan. GO-SLOW: An NBN representative said many of the complaints people... Read more
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