The Border Mail
Wednesday, 21 February 2024
More than $25,000 donated to Corey Hogan's family after incident.
Blair Thomson
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Guilty pleas result in man's committal over child abuse material.
Albury Court
An Albury district man, who remains in custody, has been committed for sentence in the District Court for producing and possessing child abuse material, including secret videos he took of his teenage stepdaughter taking a shower.
Two people in custody after Bungowannah vehicle search.
Blair Thomson
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Police search a car on the Riverina Highway at Bungowannah, about 16 kilometres outside of Albury, on Wednesday morning. Picture by @jacstanley7/Seven News
A guide to renovating, whether your budget is $5000 or $50,000.
Jemimah Clegg
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Sellers can fully renovate their kitchen and bathroom for between $50,000 and $70,000, one expert says. Picture supplied
Brad Banducci's replacement will take over in September.
Anna Houlahan
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Woolworths Group chief executive Brad Banducci and WooliesX managing director Amanda Bardwell. (AAP Image/Supplied by Woolworths Group)
Fevola racked up almost $26,000 in unpaid fines.
Anna Houlahan
Brendan Fevola at a 2014 celebrity cricket match on Devonport Oval in Tasmania. File picture
'The fact is we're getting money and it's really exciting now.'
Beau Greenway
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Albury mother Tegan French with three-week-old son Spencer Irons and Albury Wodonga Health nurse unit manager for paediatrics Jo Owen. Picture by Beau Greenway
'I cannot ignore the concerns that have been expressed publicly.'
Beau Greenway
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Murray United to take confidence into next round of games.
Andrew Moir
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Mason Godfrey looks to attack for Murray United. Picture by Susan Molnar
What's on
The 10 week showing of Everyday will open its doors on Friday.
Madilyn McKinley
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North Albury's Foster Gardiner sidelined until late April.
Andrew Moir
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North Albury's Foster Gardiner is hoping to be back in late April following finger surgery. Picture by James Wiltshire
Belvoir's Hayatullah Niazi is starring in Cricket Albury-Wodonga.
Andrew Moir
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Hayatullah Niazi is working at Belvoir stalwart Zac Simmonds' business in Wodonga. Picture by James Wiltshire
Investigators have released details of several people with warrants.
Cameron Coulston, 24. Picture supplied
Ex-Myrtleford president, O and M chairperson Greg Claney passes.
Andrew Moir
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The frogs are staging a comeback after the Black Summer bushfires.
Madilyn McKinley
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The critically endangered Spotted Tree Frog has been a part of a conservation program. Picture supplied
Footage shows two men scoping out the area before theft.
Blair Thomson
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Fevola said his wife Alex was 'absolutely filthy'.
Anna Houlahan
How playing for the Pigeons contributed to Fev's five-figure fine fiasco
Signage could recognise family's contributions to our community.
Letters to the Editor
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COVID restrictions and face masks featured at the October 2021 auction of Abikhair House, Swift Street, Albury.
The group's Murray River trek has arrived on the Border.
Janet Howie
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Former army officers and Murray River paddlers Ross Boyd and Ian Errington arrived at Albury's Noreuil Park on Tuesday, February 20. Picture supplied
Olympics is the ultimate goal for this young Border hockey star.
Georgia Smith
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Elijah Wales signs with St Mary's in AFL Barwon competition.
Andrew Moir
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Elijah Wales has played 102 senior games for Myrtleford.
'We weren't able to sit on our hands for weeks or months.'
Sophie Else
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Myrtleford Golf Club to host Ovens and Murray golf tournament.
Andrew Moir
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Neville Hogan (front) was an outstanding footballer and remains a fine golfer.
Police and firefighters attend small blaze at Wodonga site.
Blair Thomson
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The remnants of the book at the communal area on Elmwood Circuit in Wodonga. Picture by Mark Jesser
Oscar winner Sam Mendes filming four bio-pics.
Newsroom
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The Prime Minister has revealed plan to attend Sydney show.
Ayden Dawkins
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Taylor Swift exits Sydney restaurant Pellegrino 2000 in Surry Hills. Picture: 9News
Police arrested two Sydney men over the massive import scheme.
Anna Houlahan
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Australian Federal Police arrest a man in Hinchinbrook over $2 billion in alleged meth imports. Picture supplied
The farmer had posted a video online of the incoming storm.
Anna McGuinness
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Tributes are flowing for dairy farmer Bruce Manintveld who died during destructive storms in Victoria on February 13. Picture by Stock and Land
'Quick and easy' cash offered to students for money muling.
Anna Houlahan
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Stock image of a man transferring money using a bank card and phone. Picture Canva
Indian-born Ashwath Kaushik has become the youngest player at eight years to beat a grandmaster in classical chess.
Murray United to take confidence into next round of games.
Andrew Moir
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Mason Godfrey looks to attack for Murray United. Picture by Susan Molnar
North Albury's Foster Gardiner sidelined until late April.
Andrew Moir
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Belvoir's Hayatullah Niazi is starring in Cricket Albury-Wodonga.
Andrew Moir
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Hayatullah Niazi is working at Belvoir stalwart Zac Simmonds' business in Wodonga. Picture by James Wiltshire
Olympics is the ultimate goal for this young Border hockey star.
Georgia Smith
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Hockey Albury Wodonga star Hamish Morrison is one of 16 nominees for the Young Achiever Award. Picture by James Wiltshire
Elijah Wales signs with St Mary's in AFL Barwon competition.
Andrew Moir
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Elijah Wales has played 102 senior games for Myrtleford.
Myrtleford Golf Club to host Ovens and Murray golf tournament.
Andrew Moir
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Neville Hogan (front) was an outstanding footballer and remains a fine golfer.
A guide to renovating, whether your budget is $5000 or $50,000.
Jemimah Clegg
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Buyers may be able to 'stretch themselves' to buy a house.
Brittney Levinson
Nollamara in WA offers good opportunities to buy a house, such as this one that sold for $450,000 in January. Picture supplied
Experts warn strong yields don't always equal strong investment.
Jemimah Clegg
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131 Digby Road, Hamilton, in Victoria's Southern Grampians region was for rent at $400 per week. Picture supplied
Enjoy a serene environment with all the charm of yesteryear.
The current owners have spared no expense in updating this home.
Enjoy breathtaking views for the elevated fire pit. Pictures supplied.
Every detail emanates true contemporary 2024 beauty.
Jacinta Dickins
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The current owners have totally refurbished the home throughout, with every detail emanating true contemporary 2024 beauty. Picture supplied.
Guilty pleas result in man's committal over child abuse material.
Albury Court
Two people in custody after Bungowannah vehicle search.
Blair Thomson
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Police search a car on the Riverina Highway at Bungowannah, about 16 kilometres outside of Albury, on Wednesday morning. Picture by @jacstanley7/Seven News
Investigators have released details of several people with warrants.
Cameron Coulston, 24. Picture supplied
Footage shows two men scoping out the area before theft.
Blair Thomson
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A still image from the video footage. Picture supplied
Police and firefighters attend small blaze at Wodonga site.
Blair Thomson
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The remnants of the book at the communal area on Elmwood Circuit in Wodonga. Picture by Mark Jesser
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Wednesday, 21 February 2024

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Terese Casu is coming home to the Border in arts breakthrough.
Jodie Bruton
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The annual event is back and bigger than ever for its 52nd year.
Madilyn McKinley
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The Mighty Mitta Muster is back again with a record-breaking number of stalls and sideshows. Picture supplied.
This pup is making a difference for the Border's cancer centre.
Madilyn McKinley
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Raylene Cullen and her dog Marley J have been working together to raise money for the coming Sunshine Ride. Picture by Mark Jesser.
'There's a feeling of relief among everybody; we can exhale now.'
Jodie Bruton
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Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues will return in November after a group of residents nominated for the board on Thursday, November 15.
This Sunday's run will see volunteers helping and dancing.
Madilyn McKinley
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Josie Maxwell (president) and the Filipino Australian Community of Albury Wodonga are getting ready to perform Filipino cultural welcome and
celebration dances at this weekend's City2City run. Picture supplied.
An exclusive tour of Tasmania, Flinders Island, and King Island.
Emma Brown
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It's amazing where this relaxing tour of New South Wales will take you.
Emma Brown
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CSIRO Parkes Radio Telescope. Picture Shutterstock
Travel-loving Australians are on the move again and cruises are at the top of their most popular ways to explore the world.
Cruising through wine country on Portugal's Douro River.
Most pet owners would be horrified at the thought of their furry family members being without water when they need it but many say they're not sure how much water they need.
Rosie Ryan
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Dr Katrina Warren with her dog Chilli and cat Leo. Picture supplied
Cruising with Ponant is like being aboard a private yacht. Ponant is the world leader in luxury expeditions and France's only cruise ship owner.
The Athens to Venice cruise includes crossing the Corinth Canal. Image by N Matheus for Ponant

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The group's Murray River trek has arrived on the Border.
Janet Howie
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'We weren't able to sit on our hands for weeks or months.'
Sophie Else
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A sign on the door of the Albury Florist Centre spoke of the closure. Picture by James Wiltshire.
There are at least 10 Clean Up Australia sites across the region.
Madilyn McKinley
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Scots School chaplain Simon Goss, student Sammi Tatterson, 17, and principal Mark Hemphill are getting ready to clean up Eastern Hill, Albury. Photo by James Wiltshire
Albury music teacher remembered following her death, aged 98.
Anthony Bunn
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Wilma Friedlieb (left) pictured with her good friend and fellow singer Joan Lord at a European classical music concert at Albury's Charles Sturt University in 2009.
'It's not just about housing, it's about creating a community.'
Sophie Else
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Nordcon Land's Steve Martin and Lauren Pietila look forward to bringing more growth to Baranduda. Picture by Mark Jesser.
Guilty pleas result in man's committal over child abuse material.
Albury Court
Two people in custody after Bungowannah vehicle search.
Blair Thomson
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Police search a car on the Riverina Highway at Bungowannah, about 16 kilometres outside of Albury, on Wednesday morning. Picture by @jacstanley7/Seven News
'The fact is we're getting money and it's really exciting now.'
Beau Greenway
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Albury mother Tegan French with three-week-old son Spencer Irons and Albury Wodonga Health nurse unit manager for paediatrics Jo Owen. Picture by Beau Greenway
'I cannot ignore the concerns that have been expressed publicly.'
Beau Greenway
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A vehicle with a bike rack attached overhangs the road on Hanson Street at Corryong after a completed section of the streetscape project. Towong Council has voted to reduce the footpath length in order to provide more room for parking. Picture by Mark Jesser
Murray United to take confidence into next round of games.
Andrew Moir
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Mason Godfrey looks to attack for Murray United. Picture by Susan Molnar

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Signage could recognise family's contributions to our community.
Letters to the Editor
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Yulia Navalny's steadfast grace should inspire all of us.
John Hanscombe
 Alexei Navalny during his trial. Picture Shutterstock
What is the benefit to humanity allowing states to act like this?
Jennifer Tierney
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A wounded Palestinian transferred to Al-Najjar Hospital after being targeted by Israeli warplanes, in Rafah. Picture Shutterstock

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From heart-racing slides to calming spas, this ship has it all.
Lisa Allan
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The town is so much more than just a gateway to the Whitsundays.
Kate Cox
There's more to Airlie Beach than meets the eye - here's why
Our duelling experts help you decide.
Amy Cooper and Mal Chenu
Where will you sail first - the Indian Ocean or the Pacific?
Exciting new experiences are coming to this ancient corner of Australia.
Craig Tansley
Here's how to pick the ones that are right for you.
Kristie Kellahan
Ultimate Guide: How to avoid shore excursions that are a waste of time
Want to "barge" your way through Europe? Or "rail and sail"?
Louise Goldsbury
Element of surprise: New ways to go against the flow
An exclusive tour of Tasmania, Flinders Island, and King Island.
Emma Brown
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The Nut at Stanley. Picture Shutterstock
A pocket-sized ship takes adventurers to unexplored corners.
Donna Sharpe
Go beyond the resorts into the beating heart of Fiji
Car Expert
Nio has shown off its new flagship ET9's SkyRide suspension system, which can be used to rock the car and shake off snow.
Jade Credentino
Mystery surrounds a GWM SUV spotted in Melbourne, with the Haval Jolion-sized model yet to be confirmed for Australia.
Jordan Mulach
GWM spied bringing another MG ZS rival to Australian roads
North Korea's Kim Jong Un has accepted a luxury limousine from Russian President Vladimir Putin as a gift despite UN sanctions.
Jade Credentino
North Korea and Russia's latest act of global defiance is... a limousine?
We're spending three months with a Mahindra Scorpio, putting it through its paces as a production support car for the video team.
Sean Lander
2024 Mahindra Scorpio review: Long term introduction
GM may be about to launch new electric pickup trucks, but it's reportedly hedging its bets by rolling out new plug-in hybrid models.
William Stopford
GM giving American pickup icons plug-in hybrid power - report
The Senior
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
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
Fifty per cent of people scanned by a bone bus have osteoporosis.
Eileen Wood
One of the 17 bone buses. Picture supplied

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The Land
Spotlight on Scientists, Part 3: Dr Cooper Schouten
Hayley Warden
About 130 school kids entered the paraders, with competition stiff.
Alexandra Bernard
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Grand champion school parader, Georgia Thompson, The Riverina Anglican College, Wagga Wagga, with paraders judge Hannah Powe, Goondoola Livestock, Cargo.
Landholders have a great opportunity to be informed about the outcomes of an aerial shoot targeting feral pigs
Feral pig programs. Picture supplied
Looking for a sequined bargain? Marketplace is your friend
Amy Martin
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There are many possible causes of pododermatitis in dogs, the most common being allergies.
Dr Anne Quain
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Short-haired dogs like staffies and dachshunds are prone to paw inflammation. Picture by Pixabay
Ali & Gaby's quick tips for big wins in understanding your money
Ali and Gaby Rosenberg
How to make micro-saving turn your money into a big deal