Australia's queen of modern fantasy writing, Isobelle Carmody, will tell Write Around the Murray Festival audiences about the magic ingredients that have made her books so compelling to readers of all ages.
The origin of the name Noreuil Park is the subject of the first in a series of storyboards funded through the Commonwealth's Maritime Museum of Australia Project Support Scheme.
The Write Around the Murray Festival is calling for local storytellers to get up and share a true story at the upcoming Now Hear This event on Friday 11 September.
The popular Music in the Gardens series returns for a Spring series to the beautiful Albury Botanic Gardens later this month.
MAMA will open its doors to the public on Friday 2 October at 12pm. Part of Dean Street will be closed for what will be the biggest celebration Albury has seen.
Council has voted to compulsorily acquire a pocket of land behind St Matthew's Church in QEII Square so it can continue to be public open space for ever.
Write Around the Murray Festival patrons can spend the night at the LibraryMuseum with authors at a special dinner on Saturday 12 September.
Think you know the stories of the Three Little Pigs, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, Goldilocks and Jack and the Beanstalk? Think again!
Alexandra Park Athletics Complex will host a gala day on Saturday 5 September, from 10am-2pm, so children and adults can test the revamped facilities and register to join local aths clubs.
AlburyCity's long term financial sustainability has been dealt a blow with the Australian Government cutting its annual assistance grant to Council by a further 1.6%.