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The Border Mail
Defence Department planning boosted health for army barracksthe Albury-Wodonga Health Centre at Latchford Barracks at Bonegilla. The Depar
The Border Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
the Albury-Wodonga Health Centre at Latchford Barracks at Bonegilla. The Department of Defence issued a statement to The Border Mail, confirming the planned works. “Defence is planning the construction of new and upgraded health facilities at 13... Read more
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The Border Mail
Boy’s swift fire escape as family home completely guttedneighbour called triple zero when he saw the fire take hold. “I saw smoke comi
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
neighbour called triple zero when he saw the fire take hold. “I saw smoke coming out of the roof,” he told the The Border Mail. “I ran out of the house and saw flames coming out of the windows … It was pretty well engulfed in flames.” He... Read more
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The Border Mail
‘Offensive’ comments by Tilley are way out of stepfor many years. I was shocked to read MP Bill Tilley's insensitive comments (T
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
for many years. I was shocked to read MP Bill Tilley's insensitive comments (Tilley’s fears for smack mums’ kids, The Border Mail, November 18), trivialising people with serious drug addiction who want to stay alive and seek rehabilitation... Read more
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The Border Mail
Weekend Super Sport Galleryto the limit in the Allan’s Flat women’s only triathlon on Sunday. It’s shapin
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
to the limit in the Allan’s Flat women’s only triathlon on Sunday. It’s shaping up as another big week of sport, with the Wodonga Gold Cup fast approaching. Stay tuned to Border Mail Sport – where you'll find the region's breaking sports news fir... Read more
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The Border Mail
MP Wal Fife was true blue servant to votersI left federal parliament I was the longest-serving member of any parliament in
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
I left federal parliament I was the longest-serving member of any parliament in Australia,” Mr Fife told The Border Mail in 1993. “A chap said to me today that I walked through a minefield and I came through virtually unscathed – I... Read more
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The Border Mail
Aplin says he would not have backed legalised euthanasiaMP Trevor Khan, was voted down 20-19 in the upper house close to midnight on Th
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
MP Trevor Khan, was voted down 20-19 in the upper house close to midnight on Thursday. Mr Aplin said after feedback to his Border Mail column on the issue he believed the bulk of his electorate opposed legalising euthanasia. “I’ve talked to a lot... Read more
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The Border Mail
Diplomat who fell to death in New York a former Scots School studentbrothers to attend The Scots School were Lachlan and Gareth. The Scots School
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
brothers to attend The Scots School were Lachlan and Gareth. The Scots School declined to comment when contacted by The Border Mail but it is believed Mr Simpson’s family lived in the Yackandandah area. Foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop... Read more
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The Border Mail
CALLOUT: The Border's graduation class of 2017CLASS of 2017, the time to celebrate is right around the corner, and The Border
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
CLASS of 2017, the time to celebrate is right around the corner, and The Border Mail wants to celebrate with you. We love sharing your graduation photos and the work of the region’s hard-working students – but we need your help. Send us your... Read more
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The Border Mail
It’s political football: game you play in oppositionof the Albury-Wodonga Prostate Cancer Support Group, I wish to offer our gratit
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
of the Albury-Wodonga Prostate Cancer Support Group, I wish to offer our gratitude for the generous support provided by The Border Mail in helping us plan and promote the 2017 Blue Tie Ball in September. The ball was an outstanding success, due in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Saputo boss can’t say if he’ll keep Kiewa Murray Goulburn dairy goingalignment right now is to operate the seven plants we would inherit through thi
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
alignment right now is to operate the seven plants we would inherit through this acquisition,” Mr Saputo told The Border Mail. “The Kiewa plant was not part of our plans, because as we were going through the due diligence process it... Read more
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The Border Mail
Danone joint venture contract is a secret to Saputohad a two-hour meeting with suppliers at Tangambalanga on Tuesday. He was join
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
had a two-hour meeting with suppliers at Tangambalanga on Tuesday. He was joined by MG chief executive Ari Mervis. The Border Mail was told Mr Saputo said he had no interest in owning MG Trading Stores at Wangaratta, Eskdale, Kiewa and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Thank you, everything about the Oils show perfectsuch as Wodonga City Council – especially for getting it on a Friday night – an
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
such as Wodonga City Council – especially for getting it on a Friday night – and local media outlets, especially The Border Mail, ensuring everyone knew it was on. Congratulations must also go to the emergency services who ensured public... Read more
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The Border Mail
Post-operation approach sparked my exit from hospital: Rolandthe area had been seconded to do an investigation but that did not proceed afte
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
the area had been seconded to do an investigation but that did not proceed after he left the hospital. Dr Spring told The Border Mail he had “no recollection” of ordering such a probe. “From my point of view it’s all in the past and I think some... Read more
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The Border Mail
Car catches fire on school picknobody was injured – but the school pick-up didn't go to plan for an unlucky fa
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
nobody was injured – but the school pick-up didn't go to plan for an unlucky family. A reader sent this video to The Border Mail after she captured a fire in a car when she was doing the school pick-up at St Monica’s in Wodonga on... Read more
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The Border Mail
If the Crown could act on Whitlam, then why not nowmade some very good points in his letter to the editor (‘Pollies only call for
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
made some very good points in his letter to the editor (‘Pollies only call for change of rules to suit themselves’, The Border Mail, November 6). It certainly does seem to be a case of the pollies concluding that they can’t be expected to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Stolen Taxi crashes in South AlburyPolice from both sides of the border are searching for an offender who stole a
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Police from both sides of the border are searching for an offender who stole a taxi from Wodonga CBD tonight. The Border Mail understands the taxi was stolen at knifepoint. The taxi crashed into a power pole on the corner of Kiewa and Hovell... Read more
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The Border Mail
Social occasion reaches higher as Border ladies lunch for Aspirehere and they’re very committed to what the day’s about,” she said. Guest spea
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
here and they’re very committed to what the day’s about,” she said. Guest speaker Jodie O’Sullivan, a Border Mail journalist, told of Aspire’s assistance after her baby daughter was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Minister supports plan to fix trains, due by end of 2017Darren Chester said it was great to see progress made on the important project
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Darren Chester said it was great to see progress made on the important project for regional Victoria, as reported by The Border Mail last month after the Australian Rail Track Corporation faced questions during Senate Estimates. A steering... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Father denies putting ice on daughter's dummy, tells court case is a 'joke'confirmed the Department of Family and Community Services was aware of the matt
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
confirmed the Department of Family and Community Services was aware of the matter, he could not make any further comment about what that might entail. But he did urge the community to take notice and be "proactive" to protect children. Border... Read more
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The Age
Father denies putting ice on daughter's dummy, tells court case is a 'joke'confirmed the Department of Family and Community Services was aware of the matt
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
confirmed the Department of Family and Community Services was aware of the matter, he could not make any further comment about what that might entail. But he did urge the community to take notice and be "proactive" to protect children. Border... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Father allegedly used the drug ice on child’s dummyuse poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
use poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege in court that the man recklessly administered ice to the child by contaminating her dummy. He was refused bail to appear at Albury Local Court on Thursday. .Border... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Father allegedly used the drug ice on child’s dummyuse poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 days ago
use poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege in court that the man recklessly administered ice to the child by contaminating her dummy. He was refused bail to appear at Albury Local Court on Thursday. .Border... Read more
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Western Advocate
Father allegedly used the drug ice on child’s dummyuse poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege
Western Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
use poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege in court that the man recklessly administered ice to the child by contaminating her dummy. He was refused bail to appear at Albury Local Court on Thursday. .Border... Read more
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Manning River Times
Father allegedly used the drug ice on child’s dummyuse poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege
Manning River Times / Posted 14 days ago
use poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege in court that the man recklessly administered ice to the child by contaminating her dummy. He was refused bail to appear at Albury Local Court on Thursday. .Border... Read more
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The North West Star
Father allegedly used the drug ice on child’s dummyuse poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege
The North West Star / Posted 14 days ago
use poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege in court that the man recklessly administered ice to the child by contaminating her dummy. He was refused bail to appear at Albury Local Court on Thursday. .Border... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Father allegedly used the drug ice on child’s dummyuse poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 days ago
use poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege in court that the man recklessly administered ice to the child by contaminating her dummy. He was refused bail to appear at Albury Local Court on Thursday. .Border... Read more
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The Border Mail
Father allegedly used the drug ice on child’s dummyuse poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
use poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege in court that the man recklessly administered ice to the child by contaminating her dummy. He was refused bail to appear at Albury Local Court on Thursday. .Border... Read more
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The Courier
Father allegedly used the drug ice on child’s dummyuse poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
use poison so as to endanger life or inflict grievous harm. Police will allege in court that the man recklessly administered ice to the child by contaminating her dummy. He was refused bail to appear at Albury Local Court on Thursday. .Border... Read more
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The Border Mail
Big-ticket projects a reality with some supportto become a reality. It was a curious contradiction to read that standards wou
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
to become a reality. It was a curious contradiction to read that standards would lift if they carried on like Cathy (The Border Mail, October 31) by letter writer Mark Eltringham who, in the same breath went on to say that we would all love to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Trying to call? Border Mail experiencing phone troublesThe Border Mail is experiencing phone difficulties and readers might have exper
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
The Border Mail is experiencing phone difficulties and readers might have experienced some trouble calling into our Wodonga office. Reporters will still be accessible on their mobiles, and the newsroom can be contacted on... Read more
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The Border Mail
Albury and District finish third in Bing Wallder Shieldofficial rink could only manage one win from five outings. The association was
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
official rink could only manage one win from five outings. The association was chasing its first victory in the shield since 2009. The shield started in 1962. The Border Mail apologises for errors in Wednesday’s Bing Wallder Sh... Read more
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Western Advocate
Russell Crowe in the saddle for fresh Ned Kelly moviecinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to annou
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
cinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to announce the cast. “This is a really unique and modern cast, and I am so proud to be working with such a talented ensemble of new faces and celebrated actors." Bord... Read more
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Manning River Times
Russell Crowe in the saddle for fresh Ned Kelly moviecinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to annou
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
cinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to announce the cast. “This is a really unique and modern cast, and I am so proud to be working with such a talented ensemble of new faces and celebrated actors." Bord... Read more
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The North West Star
Russell Crowe in the saddle for fresh Ned Kelly moviecinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to annou
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
cinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to announce the cast. “This is a really unique and modern cast, and I am so proud to be working with such a talented ensemble of new faces and celebrated actors." Bord... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Russell Crowe in the saddle for fresh Ned Kelly moviecinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to annou
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
cinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to announce the cast. “This is a really unique and modern cast, and I am so proud to be working with such a talented ensemble of new faces and celebrated actors." Bord... Read more
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The Border Mail
Russell Crowe in the saddle for fresh Ned Kelly moviecinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to annou
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
cinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to announce the cast. “This is a really unique and modern cast, and I am so proud to be working with such a talented ensemble of new faces and celebrated actors." Bord... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Russell Crowe in the saddle for fresh Ned Kelly moviecinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to annou
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
cinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to announce the cast. “This is a really unique and modern cast, and I am so proud to be working with such a talented ensemble of new faces and celebrated actors." Bord... Read more
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The Courier
Russell Crowe in the saddle for fresh Ned Kelly moviecinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to annou
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
cinematic eye,” Kurzel said in a media release issued from Los Angeles to announce the cast. “This is a really unique and modern cast, and I am so proud to be working with such a talented ensemble of new faces and celebrated actors." Bord... Read more
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The Border Mail
Gillard officially gone, but council keeps payout a secrethad agreed to part ways. Under the appointment, Mr Gillard’s initial remunerat
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
had agreed to part ways. Under the appointment, Mr Gillard’s initial remuneration package was around $270,000 and The Border Mail understands he was entitled to a 38-week payout. Mayor Patrick Bourke confirmed negotiations of the contract had... Read more
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The Border Mail
Drug addicts kept safe but I have to pay my own waymoney for the injection room put back into the price for my medication please?
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
money for the injection room put back into the price for my medication please? I'm replying to Mr Bob Lee's letter (The Border Mail, November 1, ‘Green is Good’). Mr Lee is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own set of facts. The... Read more
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The Border Mail
High Court a big hurdle to jump for Endresz and cowith his family before receiving their marching orders by government solicitors
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
with his family before receiving their marching orders by government solicitors about a month ago. Dawn Endresz told The Border Mail: “I had to hand over the title with a gun pointed at my head. “The case is unfinished, it is still in the courts... Read more
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The Border Mail
Border to host Gillian Triggs as part of national conference on refugeesand dealing with human rights issues on Manus Island,” Dr Vine said. Among tho
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
and dealing with human rights issues on Manus Island,” Dr Vine said. Among those who responded via Facebook to The Border Mail article on Cr O’Connor’s call was 2016 Wodonga Council candidate Lubosh Hanuska. He suggested refugees could... Read more
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The Border Mail
Pollies only call for change of rules to suit themselvesthe bike show In response to Kathy Anderson's comment on the Border Bike Fest
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
the bike show In response to Kathy Anderson's comment on the Border Bike Fest (‘More motorbikes please’, The Border Mail, November 1), I too was disappointed at seeing more bikes in the car park than inside. This might have been due... Read more
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The Border Mail
Thank you Larissa, for a kind deed that overwhelmedand dignity lie.Karin McKenzie, YarrawongaLetter of the week The winner of the
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
and dignity lie.Karin McKenzie, YarrawongaLetter of the week The winner of the letter of the week is Leon Dickinson, of Thurgoona. You can collect your prize from the offices of The Border Mail at 1 McKoy Street, Wodonga, or call for arrange... Read more
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Canberra Times
Fear of the unknown: a virus that sometimes mutates into hatredjournalist, Howard C. Jones, to thank for bringing those scenes from 1919 to vi
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
journalist, Howard C. Jones, to thank for bringing those scenes from 1919 to vivid life. Jones, who wrote for The Border Mail from 1982 to 2014, has devoted much of his time since to digging up startling stories from the border's past, and... Read more
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The Age
Fear of the unknown: a virus that sometimes mutates into hatredjournalist, Howard C. Jones, to thank for bringing those scenes from 1919 to vi
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
journalist, Howard C. Jones, to thank for bringing those scenes from 1919 to vivid life. Jones, who wrote for The Border Mail from 1982 to 2014, has devoted much of his time since to digging up startling stories from the border's past, and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fear of the unknown: a virus that sometimes mutates into hatredjournalist, Howard C. Jones, to thank for bringing those scenes from 1919 to vi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
journalist, Howard C. Jones, to thank for bringing those scenes from 1919 to vivid life. Jones, who wrote for The Border Mail from 1982 to 2014, has devoted much of his time since to digging up startling stories from the border's past, and... Read more
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The Border Mail
If you are rude to our visitors, they are not likely to stayreasoning Robert Lee's rant against Tim Fischer's comments on US gun culture (
The Border Mail / Posted 21 days ago
reasoning Robert Lee's rant against Tim Fischer's comments on US gun culture (‘This is not America and never will be’, The Border Mail, October 26) exhibits twisted reasoning similar to that shown by the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party at the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Murray Goulburn suitor mum on Kiewa dairy plansnot comment on the fate of the site which has been earmarked for closure. Cana
The Border Mail / Posted 22 days ago
not comment on the fate of the site which has been earmarked for closure. Canadian firm Saputo was tight-lipped when The Border Mail asked a series of questions about the future of the Kiewa dairy. Saputo’s vice president of communications and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Money found for desperately needed hospital kitchen upgradewarned unless serious changes were not made by October the kitchen was in dange
The Border Mail / Posted 22 days ago
warned unless serious changes were not made by October the kitchen was in danger of being shutdown. “It’s a very cramped space,” Mr Kirk told The Border Mail. “You’ve got huge meal trolleys, you’ve got stoves, it’s a time bomb waiting to ha... Read more
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