AlburyCity is inviting residents to view its response to a State Government draft report on a review of the Local Government Rating System.
Four north-east cities have united with the support of the Border Rail Action Group to work together for a better passenger rail service between Albury and Melbourne.
If you’re wondering how the roll out of the NBN will affect you and your business, the NBN team will have all the answers at its Expo at Albury Entertainment Centre on Monday 21 November 2016.
AlburyCity Mayor, Kevin Mack, will become an even stronger advocate for regional city living following his appointment as the new Evocities chair and spokesperson.
It’s six weeks until Christmas and local businesses planning their end of year parties are urged to register for AlburyCity's Arrive Home Safely program.
AlburyCity’s commitment to waste reduction and recycling has been further strengthened with the opening of its new community recycling centre.
Local households have diverted more than 30,000 tonnes of organic waste from landfill since the roll out of the three-bin system across Albury, Wodonga, Corowa and Indigo Shire.
We've received an $80,000 NSW Government Floodplain Management grant to undertake a feasibility study on the upgrading of the South Albury levee.
AlburyCity has again recorded an operating surplus, this time for the 2015-16 Financial Year, reinforcing its ‘Fit for the Future’ status.
The arts in Albury have received a major boost from the NSW Government with funding allocated to MAMA and the AlburyCity Arts and Cultural Development Program.