A new partnership between Albury Council, Charles Sturt University and TAFE NSW aims to build on the city's provision of education and training.
The three parties signed a memorandum of understanding to create a framework for mutual support as they work together on major projects like planning for the Thurgoona education precinct, the Albury health precinct and relevant Two Cities One Community ventures.
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Albury mayor Kevin Mack said the agreement would provide a platform for growing the city's economy by attracting new residents, developing educational opportunities and embracing technology.
"This is about working with our education and business partners to promote liveability, sustainability and progress in our city, and it's exciting to be formally beginning this journey together to make Albury an even better place to live, work and invest," Cr Mack said.
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