The Border Mail
Sunday, 23 June 2024
No damage to buildings or infrastructure came from the Minor tremor.
Sophie Else • 1hr ago
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Beechworth's Callum Clegg shares his work at community event.
Sophie Else • 55m ago
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Chiltern proved to be too strong for Dederang Mt Beauty.
Georgia Smith
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Chiltern midcourter Jess Porter was among the best for the Swans in their win against the Bombers. File picture
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
A major Adelaide shopping centre has been locked down after an altercation between two groups of teenage boys in a food court.
Holly Hales • 17m ago
An incident involving armed teenagers has sent Adelaide's largest shopping mall into lockdown. (HANDOUT/7 NEWS)
Paul Keating has described Peter Dutton as a 'peddler of danger' and says building nuclear plants undermines the work already done to establish renewables.
Kat Wong and Samantha Lock • 2hrs ago
The government says the opposition's nuclear plan will cost the same as 20 years of Medicare. (AP PHOTO)
In a rare occurrence the first four sides on the ladder will clash
Brent Godde
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Round 12 this weekend will have a huge bearing on the top-three aspirations of the flag contenders.
James Fallon High School welcomes all cultures to day of harmony.
Sophie Else
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Wodonga man, 19, intercepted at Wangaratta on Sunday morning.
Blair Thomson
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Wangaratta police intercepted the speeding Wodonga man on the Hume Freeway on Sunday, June 23. He had driven at 169kmh and tested positive to drugs. File photo
40-year-old agitated at the scene of Lavington hostage situation.
Local News
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The stakes were high ahead of the round 10 clash
Brent Godde
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Azzi medallist Will Holmes is starting to find form for the Brookers after a delayed start to the season. Picture by James Wiltshire
Rowan Stanley Weaver to return to Albury court on Monday.
Court Reporter
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Rowan Stanley Weaver, pictured in 2014, remains in custody after allegedly holding a woman at knifepoint in Lavington on Friday, June 21. File photo
With the stakes high, the match was played with a finals-like intensity
Brent Godde
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There was plenty of emotion between Barnawartha and Thurgoona on the weekend with a finals spot up for grabs for the winner. Picture by Mark Jesser
Pair alleged to have targeted Wodonga during crime spree.
Blair Thomson
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Victims of child sex abuse in schools given their voice to truth
Editorial
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'Truth-telling' is a way to tackle the abuses some children suffered in the Victorian state school system in decades past. File picture
The trial of Robert and Anne Geeves began on Friday, June 21.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
'How much longer must we put up with the weedy desert?'
Letters to the Editor
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A reader has described Development Victoria's delay in progressing the Junction Place project "unconscionable". File picture by Mark Jesser
The seven-storey, 146-room property opened to guests in 2018.
Beau Greenway
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The 146-room Mantra Albury recently sold for $26.2 million to an investment syndicate. Picture by Mark Jesser
Missions to the Moon have rapidly increased, but not all of them work.
Brad Tucker
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SpaceX's planned trip around the moon on its Starship has been cancelled, with no explanation. Picture Shutterstock
Brett, Abbey, Mitch and Sally share their stories.
Sophie Else
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The Border concreter lost his beloved wife Kate to cancer in 2020.
Jodie Bruton
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Border vocal coach Natalie Schrickker and concreter Johnny Rodriguez are teaming up for On Key 4 Kids, which raises awareness and money for Riverina charity Country Hope. Picture by Mark Jesser
What's on
Wil Anderson grew up milking cows so AI means a different thing!
Jodie Bruton
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Yarrawonga topples Wodonga in Ovens and Murray football.
Andrew Moir
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Yarrawonga captain Leigh Masters (centre) throws himself into the play ahead of Wodonga's Adam Jorgensen on Saturday. Picture by Mark Jesser
Four-bedroom house in bush setting sells for more than $500,000
Ted Howes
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Auctioneer Greg Wood addresses a small crowd at 362 Reservoir Road, Lavington, on Saturday morning, June 22. Picture by James Wiltshire

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Was it Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Zambia or Mali?
Anna Houlahan
They were available for sale in every state.
Georgina Sebar
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The two types of McCain pizzas affected by the recall. Picture supplied
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
Australia's largest local government says public transport funding in Brisbane is waning as negotiations continue on an ongoing deal.
Fraser Barton
Council officials say there are 82,000 fewer bus services operating in Brisbane than a decade ago. (Regi Varghese/AAP PHOTOS)
A 14-year-old boy was driving a stolen Volkswagen that led officers on a high-speed pursuit through the NSW Hunter Valley and rammed two cars, police say.
Six teens have been refused bail after a car driven by a 14-year-old led police on a wild chase. (Bianca De Marchi/AAP PHOTOS)
Chiltern proved to be too strong for Dederang Mt Beauty.
Georgia Smith
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Chiltern midcourter Jess Porter was among the best for the Swans in their win against the Bombers. File picture
In a rare occurrence the first four sides on the ladder will clash
Brent Godde
No comments
Round 12 this weekend will have a huge bearing on the top-three aspirations of the flag contenders.
With the stakes high, the match was played with a finals-like intensity
Brent Godde
No comments
The stakes were high ahead of the round 10 clash
Brent Godde
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Azzi medallist Will Holmes is starting to find form for the Brookers after a delayed start to the season. Picture by James Wiltshire
Yarrawonga topples Wodonga in Ovens and Murray football.
Andrew Moir
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Yarrawonga captain Leigh Masters (centre) throws himself into the play ahead of Wodonga's Adam Jorgensen on Saturday. Picture by Mark Jesser
There's been some movement in the competition following round 10.
Georgia Smith
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Brookers' centre Jess Roe in action against Rand-Walbundrie-Walla Giants at Holbrook on Saturday. Picture by James Wiltshire
Lavington's Nico Sedgwick shines in big win over Raiders.
Andrew Moir
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Lavington's Nico Sedgwick was outstanding against Wodonga Raiders on Saturday. Picture by James Wiltshire
The seven-storey, 146-room property opened to guests in 2018.
Beau Greenway
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Four-bedroom house in bush setting sells for more than $500,000
Ted Howes
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Auctioneer Greg Wood addresses a small crowd at 362 Reservoir Road, Lavington, on Saturday morning, June 22. Picture by James Wiltshire
This award-winning terrace provides the ultimate inner city living.
Jacinta Dickins
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Upstairs, the second living area has direct access to the balcony showcasing the parkland aspect. Picture supplied.
This home promises a lifestyle of comfort and convenience.
Discover a perfect combination of comfort and style in prime location.
Jacinta Dickins
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Enjoy your own beautiful sparkling pool with shower, separate spa and fabulous outdoor entertaining. 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
40-year-old agitated at the scene of Lavington hostage situation.
Local News
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Rowan Stanley Weaver to return to Albury court on Monday.
Court Reporter
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Rowan Stanley Weaver, pictured in 2014, remains in custody after allegedly holding a woman at knifepoint in Lavington on Friday, June 21. File photo
Pair alleged to have targeted Wodonga during crime spree.
Blair Thomson
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Police have arrested two men who were allegedly part of a syndicate of up to 20 people targeting baby formula, vitamins, dental products, cosmetics and medicine. File photo
Wodonga man, 19, intercepted at Wangaratta on Sunday morning.
Blair Thomson
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Wangaratta police intercepted the speeding Wodonga man on the Hume Freeway on Sunday, June 23. He had driven at 169kmh and tested positive to drugs. File photo
Crawled through fence hole cut by someone else and helped himself.
Albury Court
Shaun Ross McAlpine
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Saturday, 22 June 2024

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The Border concreter lost his beloved wife Kate to cancer in 2020.
Jodie Bruton
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Wil Anderson grew up milking cows so AI means a different thing!
Jodie Bruton
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Wil Anderson reflects on his youth in his new hour of stand-up comedy, Wilegitimate, which is touring the country now and coming to Albury on Saturday, June 29. Picture supplied
Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues scores $52,000 windfall.
Jodie Bruton
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Blues singer Kerri Simpson performs at the Jazz Mass. Picture by James Wiltshire
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
Check out what is playing and when it's coming up.
Regent Cinemas Albury-Wodonga session times
This fleet of elegant tall ships is the transport of choice for travellers looking for a unique way to enjoy the Mediterranean's iconic destinations and also discover some lesser known ones.
Star Clippers flagship Royal Clipper sails past the island of Hvar in Croatia. Picture supplied
Jono Petrohilos and Travis Mattern became friends in primary school playing rugby league and now run a hugely successful online training business.
Elizabeth Habermann
Personal trainers Jono Petrohilos (right) and Travis Mattern have been friends since primary school and today run a successful online personal training business. Picture supplied
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

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Beechworth's Callum Clegg shares his work at community event.
Sophie Else • 55m ago
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No damage to buildings or infrastructure came from the Minor tremor.
Sophie Else • 1hr ago
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A magnitude 2.6 earthquake struck Beechworth on Sunday, June 23. File picture
James Fallon High School welcomes all cultures to day of harmony.
Sophie Else
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James Fallon High School students Anita Ghimire, 18, Cadence Brown, 16, Shanaya Quinn, 16, and Kailee Whyman, 16, at the Refugee Week event on Friday, June 21. Picture by Mark Jesser
Brett, Abbey, Mitch and Sally share their stories.
Sophie Else
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Brett Cameron, Abbey Sutherland, Mitch Trafford and Sally Laundess share their stories of success.
The plan includes a new splash park, car park, pathways and more.
Layton Holley
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Australia Park upgrade concept design. Picture supplied
Beechworth's Callum Clegg shares his work at community event.
Sophie Else • 55m ago
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No damage to buildings or infrastructure came from the Minor tremor.
Sophie Else • 1hr ago
No comments
A magnitude 2.6 earthquake struck Beechworth on Sunday, June 23. File picture
Chiltern proved to be too strong for Dederang Mt Beauty.
Georgia Smith
No comments
Chiltern midcourter Jess Porter was among the best for the Swans in their win against the Bombers. File picture
In a rare occurrence the first four sides on the ladder will clash
Brent Godde
No comments
Round 12 this weekend will have a huge bearing on the top-three aspirations of the flag contenders.

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Victims of child sex abuse in schools given their voice to truth
Editorial
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'How much longer must we put up with the weedy desert?'
Letters to the Editor
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A reader has described Development Victoria's delay in progressing the Junction Place project "unconscionable". File picture by Mark Jesser
Quaint values of civility, unity and respect are all but dead.
Mark Kenny
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Peter Dutton, Donald Trump and Nigel Farage represent nothing positive. Pictures by Sitthixay Ditthavong, Shutterstock

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Tick off classic European destinations in world-class luxury.
Akash Arora
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"Do time" in the country's most welcoming prisons.
Mark Dapin
Prison break: Visit - and even sleep in - a former Australian jail
Pocket Guide: Moorea, French Polynesia
Visit this island paradise as part of a luxury cruise
For an authentic and well-priced health reset, this rural retreat fits the bill.
Natascha Mirosch
Plantation Villa treatment.
Vancouver bristles with Michelin-recommended eateries.
Janine Graham
Why you must visit this foodie Canadian city at least once in your life
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
Car Expert
If you're someone who feels they need a little more protection in their life, this SUV should be right up your alley.
Max Davies
A contract with a European battery supplier has fallen through for BMW, partly down to shifting interests in both companies.
Max Davies
BMW calls off $3.2 billion EV battery deal - report
The Hyundai Staria people mover has dropped one of its safety features but gained connected services and new convenience features for 2025.
Jordan Mulach
2025 Hyundai Staria price and specs
Hyundai’s Staria Load van follows its people mover sibling with rolling updates bringing minor equipment tweaks but unchanged prices.
Jordan Mulach
Ford is fixing seven issues with the F-150 pickup truck that have seen it fall foul of Australian regulations, and is compensating owners for the inconvenience.
William Stopford
Ford Australia is paying F-150 owners hit by rules breaches and recalls
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
The women originate from Port Stephens and Newcastle region and travel north as a convoy together with their camels and trainers.
Kelly Mason • 2hrs ago
Prof May said the appointment puts Tamworth on the map.
Rachel Clark
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Professor Jennifer May has been appointed as Australia's National Rural Health Commissioner. Picture by Peter Hardin
A farmhouse that reflects the homeowner's values and priorities.
Keeping warm this winter shouldn't have to cost a fortune.
Linley Wilkie
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Six hot tips to keeping cosy during the coming months
They were available for sale in every state.
Georgina Sebar
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The two types of McCain pizzas affected by the recall. Picture supplied