The last QEII Twilight Market of the season will be on Thursday 10 March 5-8pm and there will be fun for the whole family, including children's painting.
Miniature 3D portraits of 15 Border residents, including Wodonga's Emil Prochaszka, are on show at the LibraryMuseum as part of Experimenta Recharge.
The Murray Regional Algal Coordinating Committee today expanded the red alert warning for blue-green algae in the Murray River to include Hume Dam and Barham.
Albury has been
added to a NSW Government program to detect loose-fill ceiling insulation that
was installed in homes in the 1960s and 70s and contains asbestos.
Retiring Councillor Patricia Gould, OAM, has received a special Lifetime Achievement Award from the NSW Government at a morning tea in honour of her almost 42 years on Council.
Albury residents can join the national fight against litter with Halve Waste on Clean Up Australia Day this Sunday 6 March.
The NBN rollout has begun in Albury in a three-year project that will give residents faster broadband internet access, create more than 50 jobs and inject millions in the local economy over the next two years.
AlburyCity is investing a further $2M to improve one of its most important assets, the Albury Airport.
Deaf Sports Australia representatives have been on the Border inspecting venues for the 2018 Australian Deaf Games.
AlburyCity has awarded a $1.28M tender to build a new youth cafe at the back of the LibraryMuseum and fronting QEII Square.