THROWBACK THURSDAY: April 10-16, 2000 April 10, 2014, 6:30 a.m. Take a trip down memory lane on the Border in the week that was from 2004. THROWBACK THURSDAY: April 10-16, 2000 Click or flick across for more pictures from this week in 2004.Brian Fraser at the site of the Tallangatta Expo.Antarctic Adventurer comes home. Mark Clear applies sunscreen after 18 months in Antartica. His dog 'Rebel' is chuffed.Sport & recreation training at Wodonga TAFE for secondary students. Ben Cameron & Jeanne Reid (teacher).Culcairn Shire General Manager, Mr Steven Pinnuck, pictured at the site of new local SES Headquarters..Tom Duke, John Bauerle and Gordon lambert, former national servicemen and local nation servicemen association members.Lynden Mansfield, of EPS Engineering Beechworth is the winner of the RMIT Apprentice of the year Award.Bandiana Kosovo refugees - QEII Square protest - Ms Helen Gibbs of Lavington and Ms Judith Frew Kleeman of Albury.Poet Lawrie Sheridan in Corryong as part of the Man From Snowy River festival poetry competition.Border Music camp attendees. Sisters Rebecca,10 (flute) Lauren, 11 (clarinet) and Jane,10 (saxophone) Taylor prepare for the camp.Mark Shanahan, 14, of Albury Tennis Club, has been selected to attend a tennis training camp in Fiji.Kosovo refugees protest at BandianaKip Gates will compete in the Man from Snowy River Challange on JitterbugRay Sidebottom was in Albury today looking over his APS discount fuel outlet in Lavington. All guns blazing in the petrol price war.Man From Snowy River Festival. US competitor Kip Gates and his horse JitterbugO&M netball - North Albury vs Yarrawonga. Yarrawonga player Tracy Gillies and North Albury player Hollie Jarick.Owen Hillier is headed for Sydney's Pan Pacific Games.Mungabareena Reserve - release of heritage project as part of reconciliation. Robb Clegg, Indigenous Land Management Co-ordinator NSW for the National Heritage Trust.Bandiana Kosovo refugees crossing the Lincoln Causeway in protest.Bandiana Kosovo refugees crossing the Lincoln Causeway in protest.Tony Newland at five-ways intersection at Lavington. Strategy plan story for the area.GST users guide - How it affects families. Mrs Nina and Mr Mick Merrilees, the family dog Jessie, kids Christopher (11) amd Mikaela (8), with Snowy, her souvenir from the family trip to Movie World.Charles Parkinson, Hothouse Theatre artistic director of The Butter Factory, at scene of new expansion.New coffee shop and Art Exhibition coming to Corryong. Prints from the exhibition 'Women of the Upper Murray', and two Upper Murray Women: Kylie Sweeney de Havilland and daughter Veronique deHavilland (10 weeks) at the new coffee shop in Hansen St. Corryong Bellbridge. 'Lake Hume Cycle Challenge'. Far right, Ella Whitelaw & third from the right John Whitelaw.Brothers Wil and Tom Berry (10 and 12 yrs) having breakfast with horse Jacko, camping out for the Man From Snowy River Festival at Corryong.Building boom: Builder Dominic Hosie from Alatalo Bros at Castle Creek Estate.Library books to be returned: Dianne Whittaker, regional manager of Upper Murray Regional Library has launched a campign to make sure people return their books.Beekeeper Simon Knowles.Antarctic Adventurer comes home. Mark Clear is back home in his Australian back yard, with the Hills Hoist and his dog 'Rebel'.O&M netball - North Albury vs Yarrawonga. Yarrawonga player Lauren Ferguson.Amanda Hogan has given birth to the 20,000th baby at Wodonga Hospital. Samantha Paige Hogan was born on April 12 at 6.15pm.TweetFacebook of ╳exitClick or flick across for more pictures from this week in 2004.