The Border Mail
Monday, 20 May 2024
'In this day and age, connectivity is something everyone deserves.'
Layton Holley
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Police chased a white Nissan Pathfinder across the Border.
Layton Holley and Blair Thomson
Albury Council officer acts while media conference being staged.
Anthony Bunn
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ABC reporter Jason Katsaras stands near his Toyota while the Albury Council officer speaks to Seven cameraman Reece Rayner in East Street near the hospital. Picture by James Wiltshire
Albury hospital workers speak out over NSW wages plan.
Anthony Bunn
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Nurse Kate Gibson addresses the media as her Albury hospital colleagues watch on. She spoke of stretched conditions with senior nurses having left the sector. Picture by James Wiltshire
Playing the waiting game could lead to more competition for homes.
Jemimah Clegg
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Home owners and first-home buyers who were holding out hope for an interest rate cut this year will need to wait a further 12 months, experts say. Pic: Shutterstock
Includes Benjamin Netanyahu and defence minister Yoav Gallant.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at a ceremony for the 'Remembrance Day for the Fallen of Israel's Wars and Victims of Terrorism' at Yad LeBanim in Jerusalem, Israel, Sunday, May 12, 2024. ( Debbie Hill/Pool Photo via AP)
Police allege the 33-year-old was intoxicated.
Anna Houlahan
A plane descends for landing. Picture by Phillip Biggs
'I'm not concerned; the cold weather will turn things around.'
Sophie Else • 1hr ago
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Paul Oberin says he looks forward to another busy snow season after being in the industry for more than 40 years. File picture by Tara Trewhella
Without even a key turn, his car rolled off and got stuck on wall.
Albury Court • 2hrs ago
The SS&A club's three separate submissions were all nominated.
Madilyn McKinley
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Clockwise from top, North Albury Hoppers All Abilities players Jarrod Redcliffe, Meg Pargeter and Ryan Ter Haar, Boys to the Bush founders Adam DeMamiel and Tim Sanson and inaugural Albury-Wodonga Health paediatric cancer care co-ordinator Jo Owen, are all from organisations that have been assisted with grants by the SS&A over the years. File pictures
In Depth
Women are sleeping in tents. Simply put, more needs to be done.
Carla Mascarenhas
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Pies' Jackson Clarke to keep improving after injury layoff.
Andrew Moir
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Jackson Clarke had 26 touches, his most from five games this season, against the Roos.
Rampal was best on ground in the reserves against Beechworth
Brent Godde
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Barton medallist Michael Rampal was best on ground in the reserves on the weekend in his first match this season.
Albury Thunder falls to ladder leaders Young in rugby league.
Andrew Moir
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Albury Thunder's Keanau Wighton looks to burst through against Young on Saturday. Picture by Mark Jesser
Kiewa Sandy Creek beats Tallangatta in Tallangatta and District.
Andrew Moir
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Wodonga pips Magpies in Hockey Albury Wodonga division one women.
Narelle Hamilton
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Rachel Miller of Magpies tries to stop Wodonga's Oliva Goode from scoring. Picture by Hockey Albury Wodonga
Both Telford and Murray booted nine goals
Brent Godde
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Lauren Jackson posts 50 points in big win over Canberra in NBL1.
Andrew Moir
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Lauren Jackson was superb in posting a 50-point game.
Riverina woman Vicki Higgins never underwent medical screening.
Court Reporter
Deniliquin woman Vicki Higgins died at Junee jail during the height of the pandemic. Picture supplied
On a cold but sunny weekend, there was some cracking local games.
James Wiltshire
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On a cold but sunny weekend, there was some cracking local games. Pictures by Mark Jesser
David Reynolds grabs a top 10 finish in the Supercars race.
Tim Farrah
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One in 10 babies named Angus were born in the region.
Emily Anderson
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Hazel Barnes with parents Jessie Carter and Sam Barnes. Pictures supplied
Melrose FC defeated Wodonga Diamonds in Albury Wodonga Football
Andrew Moir
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A driver, 23 weeks pregnant, had to be removed from crashed car.
Blair Thomson
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The woman was hospitalised after rolling her vehicle at Eurobin, between Myrtleford and Bright, on Monday morning. File photo
Health authorities received complaints about Godwin Mbachilin.
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Godwin Mbachilin has had his licence to work as a doctor cancelled. File photo

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Police were called to the property on Sunday.
Cathy Adams
Deputy Liberal leader blasted the rapper on X.
Carla Mascarenhas
Deputy Liberal leader Sussan Ley has urged radio stations to ditch Sean "Diddy" Combs after leaked CCTV showed him assaulting R&B singer Cassie. Picture by Sitthixay Ditthavong/AP PHOTO
New subvariants have been detected in Australian states.
Jessica Belzycki
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A new COVID-19 wave dubbed the FLiRT variants has been detected in Australia. Pictrue Canva
The 20-year-old was arrested moments after the crash.
Anna Houlahan
A 20-year-old was arrested after he allegedly ploughed into a car carrying a family in Brisbane. Picture Dashcam Owners Australia Facebook
A levy on funerals and cremations has irked regional councils.
Carla Mascarenhas
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The levy will not apply to children under 12, miscarriages or stillborn babies, and destitute people. Picture by Shutterstock
'On pure ability... she has probably got more natural ability than anything in the stable...'
Brent Godde
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Pies' Jackson Clarke to keep improving after injury layoff.
Andrew Moir
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Jackson Clarke had 26 touches, his most from five games this season, against the Roos.
Rampal was best on ground in the reserves against Beechworth
Brent Godde
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Barton medallist Michael Rampal was best on ground in the reserves on the weekend in his first match this season.
Albury Thunder falls to ladder leaders Young in rugby league.
Andrew Moir
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Kiewa Sandy Creek beats Tallangatta in Tallangatta and District.
Andrew Moir
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Kiewa Sandy Creek's Haylee Penny scored 35 goals in the win over Tallangatta.
Wodonga pips Magpies in Hockey Albury Wodonga division one women.
Narelle Hamilton
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Rachel Miller of Magpies tries to stop Wodonga's Oliva Goode from scoring. Picture by Hockey Albury Wodonga
Both Telford and Murray booted nine goals
Brent Godde
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Co-coach Dayne Carey has led the Blues to four straight wins to start the season. Picture by James Wiltshire
Lauren Jackson posts 50 points in big win over Canberra in NBL1.
Andrew Moir
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Lauren Jackson was superb in posting a 50-point game.
It comes as she upgrades to a $12.5 million home.
Jen Melocco
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How much has your suburb increased in value over 5 years?
Madilyn McKinley
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Walla's houses have changed in house value by 92.2 per cent over five years. Picture supplied
Find a sanctuary in nature where every day felt like a retreat.
Jacinta Dickins
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Crafted with the B&H Homes attention to detail and designed for both comfort and elegance, this home stands as a true testament to refined rural living. Pictures supplied.
This quality Afonso built home offers modern living at its finest.
Sophisticated and functional living for couples, families or downsizers.
Luxury & comfort included
Playing the waiting game could lead to more competition for homes.
Jemimah Clegg
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Home owners and first-home buyers who were holding out hope for an interest rate cut this year will need to wait a further 12 months, experts say. Pic: Shutterstock
Without even a key turn, his car rolled off and got stuck on wall.
Albury Court • 2hrs ago
Riverina woman Vicki Higgins never underwent medical screening.
Court Reporter
Deniliquin woman Vicki Higgins died at Junee jail during the height of the pandemic. Picture supplied
A driver, 23 weeks pregnant, had to be removed from crashed car.
Blair Thomson
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The woman was hospitalised after rolling her vehicle at Eurobin, between Myrtleford and Bright, on Monday morning. File photo
Health authorities received complaints about Godwin Mbachilin.
Local News
Godwin Mbachilin has had his licence to work as a doctor cancelled. File photo
The officer is in hospital with head injuries.
Lanie Tindale
Picture by Karleen Minney
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About 300 young people will attend a day aimed at connection.
Sophie Else
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A new installation at Hyphen encourages human-robot interaction.
Jodie Bruton
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Sydney developer of artificial intelligence and robotics, Richard Savery, wants to explore the possibilities of human-robot interaction through creative expression in this exhibition at Hyphen Library Gallery. Picture by Mark Jesser
Artist and illustrator Leigh Hobbs makes an important point.
Jodie Bruton
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When Leigh Hobbs was appointed the Australian Children's Laureate during 2016 and 2017, he went into bat for libraries and librarians. Picture supplied
Eat, drink and play the Italian way at La Fiera Italian Festival.
Jodie Bruton
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La Festa Italian Food and Wine Festival takes over La Piazza at Myrtleford on Saturday, May 18, from 11am to 4.30pm. Picture supplied
'I had a huge collection of trains that I bought around the world.'
Beau Greenway Mark Jesser
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North Albury's Kevin Daniel will exhibit his popular Thomas the Tank Engine display for the final time on May 18 and 19 at the Murray Railway Modellers annual train show at Lavington's Mirambeena Community Centre. Picture by Mark Jesser
For enough funds for your retirement, financial planner Cheryl Haines has some tips.
Sit back and see the best of New Zealand on this sweeping rail and coach tour.
Emma Brown
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Queenstown on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Picture Shutterstock
Travel through the Panama Canal on a ship built for maximum enjoyment.
Emma Brown
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Colourful houses Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Picture Shutterstock
Prorox has been proven to reduces symptoms of overactive bladder by improving the tone of the bladder muscle and surrounding areas.
Prorox can help reduce Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms which impact more than half of middle-aged men. Picture Shutterstock
Drink in history and the future with a tasting adventure of award-winning Barossa shiraz.
Rosie Ryan
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'I'm not concerned; the cold weather will turn things around.'
Sophie Else • 1hr ago
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A two-storey home sold for an undisclosed price around $700,000.
Sophie Else
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Nestled in the heart of West Albury on a corner allotment of about 725 square metres, the Solomon Street property has a "serene locale, surrounded by manicured landscaping". Picture supplied.
The Hume Riverina Community Legal Service breaks down barriers.
Sophie Else
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Lawyers David Whitehouse and Karlee Hirt look forward to having a chat with young people about the law, and to enjoy a doughnut too. Picture by Mark Jesser.
About 300 young people will attend a day aimed at connection.
Sophie Else
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New Life Chapel's Youth Alive worship team looks forward to laughter, fun, and connection for the annual youth event aimed to attract teenagers near and far. Picture supplied.
'Big Freeze' on June 1 at Albury Tigers Football Netball Club.
Sophie Else
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Harry Smart, Tony Smart, Anthony Miles and James Pitson look forward to the family event to raise much-needed funds for motor neurone disease. Picture by Speak Creative
Includes Benjamin Netanyahu and defence minister Yoav Gallant.
14m ago
'I'm not concerned; the cold weather will turn things around.'
Sophie Else • 1hr ago
No comments
Paul Oberin says he looks forward to another busy snow season after being in the industry for more than 40 years. File picture by Tara Trewhella
Without even a key turn, his car rolled off and got stuck on wall.
Albury Court • 2hrs ago
Lavington man Craig Andrew Kelly had a few beers in his unit at the Green Door Motel, then went outside and tried, unsuccessfully, to move his car. Picture supplied
'On pure ability... she has probably got more natural ability than anything in the stable...'
Brent Godde
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The Ron Stubbs-trained Cooee (outside) got up in the last stride to win on debut in the $30,000 Country Boosted Maiden Handicap, (1175m) with Mathew Cahill aboard on Monday. Picture by James Wiltshire
The SS&A club's three separate submissions were all nominated.
Madilyn McKinley
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Clockwise from top, North Albury Hoppers All Abilities players Jarrod Redcliffe, Meg Pargeter and Ryan Ter Haar, Boys to the Bush founders Adam DeMamiel and Tim Sanson and inaugural Albury-Wodonga Health paediatric cancer care co-ordinator Jo Owen, are all from organisations that have been assisted with grants by the SS&A over the years. File pictures

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Few knew about the portrait until the magnate made a fuss.
John Hanscombe
An Upper Murray congregation plans anniversary celebrations.
Letters to the Editor
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A decade ago the future of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Cudgewa looked bleak, a reader notes. The church has since been repaired and saved from the Black Summer bushfires. File picture
Australia's relationship with property ownership is dysfunctional.
Michelle May
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Young couples are giving up on the dream of home ownership. Picture Shutterstock

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Alexis Buxton-Collins
Be prepared to feel mixed emotions in Wales.
Julia D'Orazio
Adrenaline thrills come with epic views in the UK's daredevil capital
It's a hard choice, but our duelling experts are here to help.
Mal Chenu and Amy Cooper
Which legendary Italian coast is for you - Amalfi or Cinque Terre?
Raise a glass to some of the country's out-there outback pubs.
John Borthwick
Way-out watering holes: Our pick of Australia's best outback pubs
Explore Waikiki through the legacy of one of its greats.
Caden Helmers
Secret Hawaii: An epic way to experience Honolulu's famed Waikiki Beach
Johor Bahru is often overlooked yet brims with cultural delights.
Michael Turtle
Hidden in plain sight: The Malaysian city you should visit next
The lowdown on AirTags and other similar devices.
Sue Wallace
The Big Question: Are luggage trackers a source of panic or reassurance?
Car Expert
Lamborghini’s next supercar will be powered by a twin-turbo V8 which can spin up to 10,000rpm – and run on electric-only power.
Jordan Mulach • 1hr ago
US rental giant Hertz has charged a fee to “refuel” electric vehicles multiple times, with more affected customers coming forward.
Dev Singh
It turns out even more EV renters have been charged for petrol
Want to lighten the load on your hip pocket at the fuel bowser? File a review about your car for the chance to win.
Scott Collie
Submit your owner review for a chance to win a $100 fuel card!
Polestar’s woes have continued with the electric vehicle manufacturer at risk of being delisted from the Nasdaq.
Jordan Mulach
Polestar woes deepen with threat of stock delisting
Hyundai's new Santa Fe won't be hybrid-only for long, with a new petrol engine coming to replace the old V6 and offering all-wheel drive.
William Stopford
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
Armidale conference for young people looking to choose farming
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Young Hereford breeder makes 1300km trek down to Hereford National.
Helen Decosta
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First time vendor at the Hereford National Show and Sale, Jamie Hollis, Kalara Livestock, Clifton Qld, with Kalara Tik Tik Boom. Photo by Helen De Costa.
Proven paddock performance attracted buyers to bull sale at Coolac
Stephen Burns
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Ian and Glen Mawhood and Tristan Lanser, Sunny Point Pastoral, Oberon, with the top priced bull among their draft and Ryan Bajada, Elders stud stock, Georgia Graham, Ted, Bert and Jax Murphy, Bongongo Angus, Coolac.
Discover what lot size means in forex trading and how it impacts your risk and reward.
'I'd like to step into the next phase of my practice.'
Carla Mascarenhas
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Kylie Kywong outside her famed restaurant Lucky Kwong. Picture: Instagram / Kyliw Kwong