Four of the region's leading artists in their field have combined to create a new exhibition at the LibraryMuseum which shines the spotlight on the Murray River.
Drivers are being urged to turn their headlights on in Albury and surrounds to reduce the risk of being involved in a crash, particularly in poor weather conditions.
Albury residents are being advised to exercise caution when approached by companies selling solar electricity.
Plans for a dedicated youth space in Albury's CBD have moved a step closer with the lodging of a Development Application for a youth café at the rear of the LibraryMuseum.
AlburyCity has begun planning for the long-term development and sustainability of the local retail sector, with the appointment of consultants to undertake the Albury Retail Sector Development Strategy 2015.
Extensive public consultation is underway to develop an AlburyCity Aquatic Strategy, which will help guide the future planning, funding and strategic direction of aquatic infrastructure in the city.
Albury locals will have the opportunity to take the pledge to make local roads safer as part of Fatality Free Friday – a national initiative aimed at reducing road fatalities.
Mayor, Kevin Mack, presented local students Isabel Luckie and Carla Hensel with AlburyCity Medical Scholarships at a special presentation on Friday, 15 May.
Albury residents will have the chance to attend this year's Sydney Writers Festival without leaving town, with the two day event being streamed live to the LibraryMuseum.
The Albury Waste Management Centre will give away free mulch to Albury residents on Sunday 17 May, 9am - 3pm.