To celebrate National Recycling Week, AlburyCity is offering a range of activities inviting residents to embrace the recycling message.
All NSW pool owners have until 19 November to register their pools under new State Government legislation.
It’s Albury’s most spectacular place for coffee, and it’s reopened in time for Summer. The Riverdeck Cafe at Noreuil Park is back.
AlburyCity and City of Wodonga are exhibiting a draft strategy that could increase the border economy by $571M per year.
AlburyCity and the Uiver Memorial Museum Group (UMMG) have signed a formal Heads of Agreement after reaching terms that will secure the restoration and display of the DC-2 Uiver Memorial Aircraft.
AlburyCity has confirmed that there are no short term plans to close the Lavington Swim Centre.
Tickets are now on-sale for Albury’s biggest ever sporting event, next year’s A-League Clash between Melbourne Heart and Perth Glory at the Lavington Sports Ground.
Carbon emissions from AlburyCity’s buildings and operations are at the lowest levels since recording began. Meanwhile, the Albury community is using 41% less water than in 1997-98.
The use of digital technologies is on the rise according to the results of the fifth annual Albury-Wodonga local business survey.
The world's most popular and fast-paced form of indoor soccer returns to the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre. Register as a team or individual now.