THROWBACK THURSDAY: February 20-26, 1999 Feb. 20, 2014, 6 a.m.Tweet Print Story Take a look back at what made news on the Border this week from 1999. THROWBACK THURSDAY: February 20-26, 1999 Lyndon Webb, the new chief executive of Towong Council. Picture: RAY HUNTAlbury Showground Stables - trots - Trainer David Jack and his horse Gracesea. Picture: TANYA LAKEWodonga South Primary School - Thomas Whyte, 2, who is waiting for a liver transplant, in amongst some teddy bears at a fundraiser the school had for him. Picture: PETER BATSONJessica Carlson, 7, found comfort in a trauma teddy after breaking her arm. Picture: CHRIS McCORMACKWodonga - Temporary Tattooing. Nerissa Bartlett aged 21 from Wodonga has a temporary tattoo applied by artist Anthony Metry of Art with Soul. Picture: KATE GERAGHTY1998 Young Australian of the Year Ms Tan Le in Albury. Picture: CHRIS McCORMACKNew Albury-Wodonga Bandits basketball player Graeme Anstey, brother of NBA player Chris. Picture: RAY HUNTAlbury Airport - SOCOG executive Hugh Watson arrives in Albury to inspect possible training venues for visiting countries ahead of the Sydney Olympic Games. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYNMurray Conservatorium Centre, Albury. Youth orchestra rehearses. Picture: PETER BATSONNSW state election campaign - Rev. Fred Nile at the Uniting Church Holbrook. Picture: RAY HUNTAlbury - election campaign - Newmarket Hotel - Save Our City protesters stop NSW state treasurer Mr Michael Egan (second from left, red tie) and local Labor candidate Mr Mike O'Donnell (third from left,hand on chest), on their way into to Mr O'Donnell's Labor campaign launch. Picture: KATE GERAGHTYBeechworth - Giaconda winery - Winemaker Mr Richard Kinzbrunner. Picture: KATE GERAGHTYMt Buffalo. Wedding couple Stephen Ruffels and Lisa Barlee were to to hang-glide in tandem but unfortunately the wind damaged their hang-glider before they could take off. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYNAlbury - Labor's Mike O'Donnell's election campaign. Save Our City protesters. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYNAlbury - Labor's Mike O'Donnell's election campaign. NSW State Treasurer Mr Michael Egan walks away from Save Our City protesters. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYNMs Carolyn Roberts, Senior Customer Service Officer with the Department of Fair Trading, with an offending letter that suggests you could become a millionaire by giving your bank account details to someone in Nigeria. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYNWangaratta race course - Forbern Lodge. Gaye Gauci is off to Singapore to look after Michael Kent's horses. Picture: KATE GERAGHTYWayne Anderson with his horse ' Celtic Sea '. Picture: CHRIS McCORMACKLankey's Creek, near Holbrook. Fatal helicopter accident in which the pilot, Huw Paffard and his sister, Jaya Paffard died. The father and uncle of the victims inspect the wreckage. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYNAlbury Golf Course - Chris Atkinson points out the damage created by vandals when they took a buggy and drove it over the golf course. Picture: TANYA LAKEWodonga Football and Sports Club gaming room manager/supervisor Gary Berthun. The club is losing 16 per cent of poker machines. Picture: CHRIS McCORMACKAlbury deputy mayor Alan Foster, on board the PS Cumberoona.Wangaratta - Rob Chuck, grower and advocate for the cut flower industry. Picture: CHRIS McCORMACKHomebush Stadium, Sydney - pole vault. Beechworth's Emma George celebrates breaking the world record during the Optus Grand Prix meet.Wodonga - Water Parklands. Homicide detectives from Melbourne investigate the crime scene of where the body of Aubrey Maurice Broughill was found. (L TO R) Detective Sgt Paul Ross, Detective Sen Sgt Lucio Rovis, Detective Michael O'Neill. Picture: KATE GERAGHTYWodonga - Water Parkland Homicide squad and police divers search the area where the body of Aubrey Maurice Broughill was found. Picture: KATE GERAGHTYWodonga - Water Parkland Homicide squad and police divers search the area where the body of Aubrey Maurice Broughill was found. Picture: KATE GERAGHTYUndated copy pic of Lower Bogong Village.Clean Up Australia Day. Picture: CHRIS McCORMACKFrog Hollow, South Albury. Claire Douglas at her campaign launch for the NSW state election. Picture: PETER BATSONQEII Square, Albury. Pic re sunicrust triathlon media challenge. Pictured: Darren Grigg, WIN Television, Nick Higgins, Border Mail and Tiffany Cherry, Prime Television, with trophy. Picture: PETER BATSONTym Travis, chairman of Albury Central Traders, re proposed plan for Albury's CBD. That's Dean Street, Albury, in the background. Picture: PETER BATSONAlbury - St Patricks Church - Brazilian Bishop Alfonso Felippe Gregory visiting Australia talking about the cancellation of unpayable third world countries debts. Picture: KATE GERAGHTYDeputy mayor Alan Foster and the PS Cumberoona. Picture: TANYA LAKEAlbury's Stewart Lacey, who found parts of a 1908 Border Morning Mail newspaper. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYNLavington Sports Club oval - Canberra Raiders v Melbourne Storm rugby league game. Laurie Daley. Picture: PETER BATSONLavington Sports Club Oval. Canberra Raiders v Melbourne Storm rugby league. Richard Swain with the ball. Picture: PETER BATSONLavington - Canberra Raiders v Melbourne Storm rugby league. On the left is David Furner. Picture: PETER BATSONAlbury Regional Art Gallery - Helen Read, Aboriginal art collector with some of her collection. She is standing behind the Mermaid Sculpture 'maningrida' by Dick Nadjolorro. 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