The Border Mail
Friday, 21 June 2024
Officers have also seized large numbers of vapes from vehicles.
Blair Thomson • 1hr ago
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Jake Bradshaw to make senior Wodonga debut against Pigeons.
Man targeted by Vincent Reynolds welcomes 'truth-telling'.
Blair Thomson
Vincent Reynolds, pictured outside Wodonga court in late 2018, where he faced a huge number of child sex allegations spanning decades. File photo
Focus on ensuring infrastructure 'will fit into the landscape'.
Beau Greenway
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An artist's impression of the site for new raw water offtake infrastructure to be built on Embankment Drive at Mount Beauty. Picture supplied
The couple bought the glam Gold Coast pad in 2022.
Jade Lazarevic
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Buddy and Jesinta Franklin appear set to sell their home on the Gold Coast after purchasing it for $8.75 million in 2022. Picture supplied/Instagram
He was 'never daunted by a role, good, bad or ugly,' Kiefer said.
Anna Houlahan • 2hrs ago
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M*A*S*H and Hunger Games star Donald Sutherland has died at 88. Picture by shutterstock
The horror incident happened in front of school children.
Carla Mascarenhas • 1hr ago
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The vehicle police believe was involved in the incident. Picture by Facebook / NSW Police
High country author, CFA in line for park titles in Wodonga
Anthony Bunn
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Novelist Elyne Mitchell, pictured in 1991, with her best known book The Silver Brumby. She is now set to have a park named in her honour in Wodonga.
Bail extended so Wodonga man can keep tackling grog, drug issues.
Albury Court
Woman sentenced over several crimes she committed back in 2023.
Albury Court
Jodie Eileen Schilg
Myrtleford says it has to manage Matt Munro after overseas stint.
Andrew Moir
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Four charities benefit from $20,000 profit from numbers game.
Anthony Bunn
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Foodshare's Katrina Pawley, Inspector Owen Hill and Country Hope's Kristy McMahon who represent organisations that will benefit from a final donation from the Murray Valley Centre's bingo. Picture by Mark Jesser
The council budget shows a rate increase to 5.2 per cent.
Layton Holley
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Greater Hume Council to introduce three bin system. File picture
Greens party unveils its team to contest Albury Council election.
Anthony Bunn
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Greens election candidates Geoffrey Hudson and Ashley Edwards outside the Albury Council headquarters where they launched their tilt for the poll in September. Picture by Mark Jesser
Police alleged Simon Brook had 106 grams of ice in handbag.
Court Reporter
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Erin Hogan is settling into her first season with the Giants.
Georgia Smith
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Rand-Walbundrie-Walla goal shooter Erin Hogan in action for the Giants against the Bulldogs at Walbundrie during round nine. Picture by James Wiltshire
It's a familiar sight at the top of the ladder
Brent Godde
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'It will be a cold bleak June, and not any better in July.'
Peter Nelson
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Recent frosty mornings and chilly nights are making wood fires and blankets welcome additions across the Border and North East. Picture by Shutterstock
Border MP says it's impossible to meet climate targets without nuclear.
Layton Holley
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Lauriston Muirhead, chair of Wodonga Albury Towards Climate Health, has blasted the Coalition's nuclear plan, something Farrer MP Sussan Ley says would complement renewable energy sources.
The first police station was opened in Wodonga in 1854.
Uta Wiltshire, Wodonga and District Historical Society
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There has been a police station in Wodonga since 1854, with the original building likely to have been a bark or slab hut. Picture supplied
Environment
Video message screened to hundreds at River Reflections event.
Beau Greenway
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BYTESized Productions' Newsies Jr will deliver non-stop thrills!
Jodie Bruton
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BYTESized Productions presents Newsies Jr at Albury Entertainment Centre on Saturday, June 22, 2pm and 7pm. It opens on Friday, June 21, 7pm. Picture by Mark Jesser
One shire will quadruple in size, while many will barely grow.
Ben Silvester
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Blankets are popular at St Matthew's Retro Lane Op Shop and Vinnies Albury.
Madilyn McKinley
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Shirley Sizeland, Father Peter MacLeod Miller and Mary Stitz have been working hard to make sure people in need on the Border are catered for. Picture by James Wiltshire
Barnawartha host Thurgoona in the match of the round
Brent Godde
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Barnawartha co-coach Richie Blunden
A 300-year-old behavioural economics theory explains why.
Ganna Pogrebna • 1hr ago
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She was recognised in front of her peers.
Nadine Morton • 2hrs ago
NSW Police Inspector Amy Scott (right) and (on left) with the attacker in Bondi Junction Westfield on April 13, 2024, and (inset) Wollongong raised Jade Young who was killed in the attack. Picture via Twitter, supplied
The shortest day of the year comes with a long history.
Emma Horn
THE BIG FREEZE: Australia's Antarctic program team plunge into the sub-zero ocean to celebrate the winter solstice in 2017. Picture: Daleen Koch, Australian Antarctic Program
The former host 'loved' entertaining children.
Anna Houlahan
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A still image form Dawn Kenyon's interview with author Brendan Horgan in 2000. Picture NFSA
Weipa motorists are paying a whopping 242.3 cents per litre.
Anna Houlahan
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Petrol nozzle in gas tank as a car refuels. Picture Sitthixay Ditthavong
Jake Bradshaw to make senior Wodonga debut against Pigeons.
Myrtleford says it has to manage Matt Munro after overseas stint.
Andrew Moir
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Myrtleford's Matt Munro is forced off against North Albury last Saturday. Picture by James Wiltshire
Erin Hogan is settling into her first season with the Giants.
Georgia Smith
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Rand-Walbundrie-Walla goal shooter Erin Hogan in action for the Giants against the Bulldogs at Walbundrie during round nine. Picture by James Wiltshire
'It's a good challenge and something that excites me...'
Brent Godde
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Chad Owens has been appointed non-playing co-coach of Wodonga Raiders for the next two seasons.
Tayla Dean reflects after reaching 150 games with Thurgoona.
Georgia Smith
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Thurgoona defender Tayla Dean pictured in action for the Bulldogs during her 150th game for the club recently against Kiewa-Sandy Creek. Picture by Mark Jesser
The couple bought the glam Gold Coast pad in 2022.
Jade Lazarevic
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Innovative move in digital marketing in the real estate sector.
Jen Melocco
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C21 Edge will Century 21 agents and vendors a new level of sophistication and targeting according to Trent Casson, Managing Director Residential at View Media Group.
New investment properties are expected to be the most scrutinised.
Martin Kelly
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The Australian Taxation Office says a "majority" of rental property owners make errors despite using registered agents. Pic: Shutterstock
A fitness centre and physiotherapy business are among the tenants.
Beau Greenway
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Swap screen time for book dream time in these home libraries.
Grace Dudley
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Character and colour in the library in this home in the NSW wine region of Mudgee. Picture: Supplied
It is the fifth consecutive time the RBA has kept rates steady.
Jemimah Clegg
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RBA governor Michele Bullock said the board had kept the cash rate on hold following its June meeting.(Darren England/AAP PHOTOS)
Officers have also seized large numbers of vapes from vehicles.
Blair Thomson • 1hr ago
No comments
Bail extended so Wodonga man can keep tackling grog, drug issues.
Albury Court
Wodonga resident Steven Hyatt punched another Beer DeLuxe patron in December, 2023. He is still to be sentenced, after pleading guilty in March. File picture
Woman sentenced over several crimes she committed back in 2023.
Albury Court
Jodie Eileen Schilg
Man targeted by Vincent Reynolds welcomes 'truth-telling'.
Blair Thomson
Vincent Reynolds, pictured outside Wodonga court in late 2018, where he faced a huge number of child sex allegations spanning decades. File photo
Police alleged Simon Brook had 106 grams of ice in handbag.
Court Reporter
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Police allege Simon Douglas Brook was found with more than 106 grams of methamphetamine at Wooragee on June 19. Picture supplied
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Friday, 21 June 2024

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BYTESized Productions' Newsies Jr will deliver non-stop thrills!
Jodie Bruton
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Check out what is playing and when it's coming up.
Regent Cinemas Albury-Wodonga session times
Cellar Door and Whisky Distillery to drive destination tourism.
Jodie Bruton
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Morris of Rutherglen head distiller Darren Peck and sixth-generation winemaker Madden Morris welcome the major investment in destination tourism. Picture by James Wiltshire
BYTESized Productions ready to open three-show season in Albury.
Jodie Bruton
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Finn Pidd, 17, Elliott Mancer, 11, Georgia Bruckmann, 18, Rory Harrap, 18, and Lochlan Moffat, 18, ahead of BYTESized Productions' new season of Newsies Jr. Picture by Mark Jesser
Silly's Southern Cross Cafe honours lost brother with fresh start.
Jodie Bruton
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Silly's Southern Cross Cafe is the first business for Albury born-and-bred chef Craig Scolyer, who employs former professional boxer Mark Jannsen, aka Magic, as a barista. Picture by James Wiltshire
Jono Petrohilos and Travis Mattern became friends in primary school playing rugby league and now run a hugely successful online training business.
Elizabeth Habermann
Data-driven healthcare could revolutionise medical care for regional Australians with the innovative new service, ObservaCare.
Elizabeth Habermann
Husband-and-wife team Rod and Deborah Martin developed ObservaCare with the goal of providing better healthcare to regional patients. Picture Simon Scott, photographer
Peace, tranquility and adventure wrapped up in the comfort, service and ambience of a small luxury hotel is the experience onboard the Mekong Serenity, from Australian river cruising experts APT.
APT's Mekong Serenity lets guests experience Vietnam and Cambodia on the famous Mekong River. Picture supplied
Here's an invitation to join the Queen Victoria on a cruise through Spain and Morocco.
Emma Brown
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Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. Picture Shutterstock
Meeting the energy need of tomorrow by training the next generation with Essential Energy's award-winning apprentice program.
Become a cable jointer, powerline worker or electrical technician with 129 apprenticeship positions available in regional, rural and remote NSW and Southern Queensland on offer for 2025. Picture supplied

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High country author, CFA in line for park titles in Wodonga
Anthony Bunn
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Four charities benefit from $20,000 profit from numbers game.
Anthony Bunn
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Foodshare's Katrina Pawley, Inspector Owen Hill and Country Hope's Kristy McMahon who represent organisations that will benefit from a final donation from the Murray Valley Centre's bingo. Picture by Mark Jesser
The first police station was opened in Wodonga in 1854.
Uta Wiltshire, Wodonga and District Historical Society
No comments
There has been a police station in Wodonga since 1854, with the original building likely to have been a bark or slab hut. Picture supplied
Blankets are popular at St Matthew's Retro Lane Op Shop and Vinnies Albury.
Madilyn McKinley
No comments
Shirley Sizeland, Father Peter MacLeod Miller and Mary Stitz have been working hard to make sure people in need on the Border are catered for. Picture by James Wiltshire
Wodonga woman in 'life-threatening' state after losing funding.
Sophie Else
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Sheree Clampit is struggling without any funding to care for her 12-14 hours a day. It's put an immense burden on her daily life and ability to function. Picture by James Wiltshire.
How many more women have to die before this stops?
Maddy Fogarty and Grace Ryan • 1hr ago
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The horror incident happened in front of school children.
Carla Mascarenhas • 1hr ago
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The vehicle police believe was involved in the incident. Picture by Facebook / NSW Police
A 300-year-old behavioural economics theory explains why.
Ganna Pogrebna • 1hr ago
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The game involves clicking on bananas to be rewarded every so often with "skins". Picture by Shutterstock
Officers have also seized large numbers of vapes from vehicles.
Blair Thomson • 1hr ago
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Albury Highway Patrol members have seized $603,014 in cash from a vehicle on the Hume Highway at Holbrook during Operation Furious. Picture by NSW Police
She was recognised in front of her peers.
Nadine Morton • 2hrs ago
NSW Police Inspector Amy Scott (right) and (on left) with the attacker in Bondi Junction Westfield on April 13, 2024, and (inset) Wollongong raised Jade Young who was killed in the attack. Picture via Twitter, supplied

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Major parties should stop treating women as a weird fringe group.
Jenna Price
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Dutton is putting his policy through an early stress test.
Michelle Grattan
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Opposition leader Peter Dutton. Picture by Keegan Carroll
Details used to be everything for Peter Dutton. Not any more.
John Hanscombe
Opposition Leader Peter Dutton. Picture by Gary Ramage

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Vancouver bristles with Michelin-recommended eateries.
Janine Graham • 2hrs ago
A funky place to get your pre- or post-flight Sydney sleepover.
Amy Cooper
We stayed at a funky new airport hotel in Sydney. Here's what we found
A new direct service brings Uluru closer for southern states.
Emily Clooney
Flight Review: Why travelling to Uluru just got easier
Beat the cold at one of these warm-weather escapes.
Aussie beach outperformed famed seascapes for 2024 gongs
Carla Mascarenhas
Stokes Bay in South Australia has been named the world's second best beach. Picture by Facebook / PeterMalinauskas
Scandi meets Parisian chic at this hotel in the French capital.
Steve McKenna
Midnight in Paris: The City of Light has a new star
Elvis fans still flock to Graceland, decades after his death.
Sue Wallace
The pop-culture mecca you should visit in Memphis at least once in your life
From designer haunts to family-friendly establishments.
Akash Arora
Seven of the best hotels to check in to in the Gold Coast
Car Expert
Another Canberra driver is facing major penalties after crashing their car with a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.392, well above the 0.05 limit.
Jordan Mulach • 46m ago
Toyota chairman Akio Toyoda loves motorsport, but some of the car giant’s shareholders reportedly believe this “hobby” is more of a hindrance than help.
Jordan Mulach • 2hrs ago
Toyota shareholders worry about distracted chairman
Increasing competition and an ageing design mean the Eclipse Cross Exceed Plug-in Hybrid EV isn’t as appealing as new rivals.
Matt Campbell
2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV review
JLR is teaming up with Chery on new electric vehicles that will eventually go global, and will wear a familiar nameplate.
Max Davies
JLR taking on Chinese EVs with the help of Chery
New bumpers for Holden Commodores have become as rare as hen’s teeth, but General Motors claims it’ll resolve the backlog within weeks.
Jordan Mulach
The Senior
Think you're smarter than The Lightning Bolt? Find out all about the new Chaser in Australia.
Therese Murray
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
The Standing Council of Attorneys-General is looking into changes to financial Enduring Powers of Attorney. Picture Shutterstock
Persistence has paid off for veterans golfer Rita Gounder.
Rowan Cowley
Rita Gounder is Western Sydney Region Veteran Golf Association's ladies player of the year. Picture supplied

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The Land
Australia's seafood, lamb, beef, chicken and veggie pies judged.
Anna Houlahan • 8m ago
Merriwee is 4328 acres of highly productive year round farming and grazing country.
Mark Phelps • 1hr ago
Merriwee is 4328 acres of highly productive year round farming and grazing country. Picture supplied
"It's obvious there is no longer a valid animal welfare argument to justify ending the live sheep trade."
James Jackson
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James Jackson has been following the Lower House standing committee inquiry into the decision to phase out the live sheep trade. File picture by Stephen Burns
Silly's Southern Cross Cafe honours lost brother with fresh start.
Jodie Bruton
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Australia's seafood, lamb, beef, chicken and veggie pies judged.
Anna Houlahan
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Meat pie cross section at the Baker's Association of Australia awards. File picture
New financial year to bring some relief to weary Aussies.
Carla Mascarenhas
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A person holds eight fifty dollar notes. Picture by Marg Crawford