The border will be showcased as a place for young doctors to live and work, when hundreds of medical students meet in Albury for the Rural Health Summit in September.
AlburyCity last night adopted its 2018-19 budget, which sets a rates rise of 2.3 per cent in line with the State Government’s rates peg.
AlburyCity has kicked off an education campaign aimed at ensuring ”problem waste" is not a problem at all.
For more than 30 years, photographer Tony Mott captured some of the world’s biggest rock stars through his camera lens.
As part of Write Around the Murray Festival 2018, AlburyCity has launched its writing competitions and Schools Program.
The newest link in Albury’s network of bike paths is steadily taking shape at Thurgoona.
Member for Albury, Greg Aplin, has received advice from the Minister for Education regarding the traffic issues associated with the drop-off and collection of students attending Thurgoona Public School.
AlburyCity’s Waste Management Centre will enter a new era of recycling, thanks to funding of almost 2.5 million dollars from the NSW Government.
For the first time, the LibraryMuseum has hosted National Simultaneous Storytime with an Auslan interpretation for deaf children and adults.
After extensive consultations with residents of Griffith Street in central Albury, council staff have begun planting 22 advanced pin oak trees along each side of the heritage-listed street.