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AlburyCity's Banjora Children's Centre is delivering services and programs that exceed national standards, according to the State Government.
Smollett Street between Kiewa Street and Wodonga Place will be closed to through traffic on Sunday 19 May 2013 for the constuction of a bicycle path.
If your pet needs to be microchipped, don't miss the Million Paws Walk at Hovell Tree Park on Sunday 19 May between 10am and 2pm.
Entries are now open for the 2013 Write Around the Murray Festival writing competitions and scribes Australia-wide are invited to submit their stories.
One hundred clones of the historic Hovell Tree have been propagated by AlburyCity and will be gifted to each NSW and Victorian Council along the Hume and Hovell track in a landmark project.
AlburyCity is urging residents to vote 'yes' on a referendum that will see funding arrangements formalised between State and Federal Governments, greatly boosting local community and infrastructure upgrades.
Stanley Street between Thurgoona and Creek Streets and Wilcox Street will be closed on Thursday 9 May from 7.00am - 3.00pm to allow for water reticulation works.
New State Government legislation requiring all backyard pools in NSW to be registered comes into effect today.
It will be a bike ride with a difference this Friday when a group of residents from the Murray Gardens Retirement Village get on their bikes to promote safe cycling.
Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) in conjunction with AlburyCity will host a free workshop for parents and supervisors of learner drivers on Thursday 16 May from 5.00pm to 7.00pm.
Asset maintenance and renewal along with investment in essential services is the focus of AlburyCity's 2013-14 Draft Budget, which was adopted tonight for community consultation.
AlburyCity will offer a free bus service for residents wanting to attend the ANZAC Day Dawn Service at Monument Hill.
AlburyCity's Autumn series of Music in the Gardens continues this weekend with The Sousaphonics.
AlburyCity is encouraging eligible pensioners and families to attend a free information session that will help them save power and reduce their energy bills.
AlburyCity will host information sessions on how the Home Power Savings Program can help you reduce your power bill on 22, 23 and 24 April.
An exhibition showcasing the work of famed 17th century artist Jacques Callot continues at the Albury Art Gallery.
"This is probably the first time in my life that I've achieved anything like this. I look at what we've done over the last two years and it's hard to believe."
Albury's iconic Hume Dam will be the focus of Australian Heritage Week celebrations.
New changes to late night dining being proposed by AlburyCity will help create a safer and more vibrant CBD, according to local business owners.
AlburyCity's approach to planning, environmental management and social planning has been resoundingly endorsed by the NSW Division of Local Government (DLG).
AlburyCity has joined fire authorities in reminding residents to use the end of daylight savings this weekend as a reminder to change their smoke alarm batteries.
AlburyCity's 2013 Medical Scholarship has been awarded to local student and aspiring doctor Maddison Bullock.
AlburyCity has appointed an architect for the detailed design of the Albury Regional Art Gallery.
AlburyCity is supporting a State Government initiative to keep motorists safe in the event of a car breakdown.
Here's a list of opening hours for Council facilities over the Easter long weekend.
AlburyCity will enter negotiations with the locally based Uiver Memorial Museum Group (UMMG) to restore and maintain the DC-2 memorial aircraft in Albury.
Harmony Day celebrations will continue into the weekend with the Hovell Tree Park Community Wood Fired Oven becoming a vibrant blend of food, music and colour on Sunday.
Join us for Harmony Day activities this week with two fantastic events planned to help celebrate Australia's diversity.
The halve waste video competition is back! In line with plans to introduce an organics service residents of all ages are being asked to record a 30 second clip on why this is a good idea for the region and the environment.
It will be lights out at AlburyCity facilities on Saturday, from 8.30pm, to support Earth Hour 2013.
AlburyCity's QEII Twilight Markets have been another major success for Council, attracting more than 5,000 shoppers throughout the 2012-13 series.
AlburyCity has launched a new walking tour of Albury that brings the CBD's rich history into the 21st century.
AlburyCity is planning its next stage of upgrades to the local bicycle network and is looking for input from the community.
The Kiewa Street carpark will reopen on Friday 15 March following the completion of remediation works at the former gasworks site.
AlburyCity is advising residents that waste contractor Cleanaway will be replacing the lids of 13,400 wheelie bins across Albury.
AlburyCity has officially welcomed its new General Manager Frank Zaknich.
AlburyCity is calling on the community's young residents to complete a survey that will help paint of picture of their communication needs.
AlburyCity is offering residents the chance to step inside the mind of an artist with the return of the annual Artists@Work program to the Albury Art Gallery.
AlburyCity is proudly supporting the Hume Building Society's Annual Hume Sustainability Fair, Saturday 23 March in QEII square from 10:00am - 2:00pm.
Tuesday 5 March is Super Tuesday and AlburyCity is encouraging local cyclists to get on their bikes.
AlburyCity is encouraging residents to get their hands dirty for Clean Up Australia Day this Sunday 3 March.
The NSW Government has declared a public half day holiday for the 2013 Albury Gold Cup effective from 12pm Friday 22 March.
AlburyCity will proceed with the Albury Regional Art Gallery redevelopment project after Council tonight endorsed a plan to contribute $2.5M in additional funds for the project, with a further $1.05M (10% of the total cost) to be raised from private and philanthropic support.
The 2/23rd Battalion - otherwise known as Albury's Own - has received national recognition with the unveiling of a plaque at the Australian War Memorial.
An Apple iPad is up for grabs - all you have to do is tell AlburyCity how you'd like to receive your Council information.
AlburyCity will open a poignant new exhibition this weekend that examines the controversial British child migration scheme.
The work of two of the Northern Territory's most respected artists has been installed at Albury Art Gallery as part of a new exhibition.
AlburyCity is advising residents not to swim in any of the water bodies around Horseshoe Lagoon in West Albury, and to keep pets out of the waterways after blue-green algae blooms were detected in one of the treatment ponds.
Martin Scorsese's Oscar-nominated family blockbuster 'Hugo' will be screened at Fredericks Park this Saturday 16 February as part of Cinema Under the Stars.
AlburyCity is proud to present a special screening of quirky Kiwi flick The Insatiable Moon as part of Council's Cinema Under the Stars series. Join us in the Botanic Gardens on Friday 8 February from 8pm.
Water usage in Albury has spiked by 13 per cent this summer thanks to a January heatwave and prolonged dry spell.
AlburyCity today announced the successful appointment of Frank Zaknich as the Council's new General Manager.
Albury residents are being urged to have their say on the future of the Albury Art Gallery redevelopment before community consultation closes on 31 January.
Residents with decorations, personal mementoes or plastic flowers at grave and memorial sites in Albury are being asked to temporarily remove them by Monday 4 February 2013 to allow for site cleaning.
Pemberton Street between Mott Street and Roper Street has been closed due to fire activity in Nail Can Hill Reserve.
Upgrades will start this week on a key roadway leading to one of Albury's most popular leisure areas.
AlburyCity's Cinema Under the Stars series returns. Join us on Saturday 2 February, 8pm in Wonga Wetlands for a screening of Aussie film Mabo.
Australia Day will be extra special for 26 local immigrants who will use our national day of celebration as an opportunity to take the oath and become Australian Citizens.
Residents are invited to join in AlburyCity's Australia Day activities at Noreuil Park on Saturday 26 January from 10am - 1pm.
If you plan to celebrate Australia Day with a few drinks, make sure you have a Plan B to get home.
The State's top water polo players will compete in Albury this weekend for the 2013 Country Clubs Water Polo tournament.
AlburyCity is the latest Council to benefit from a Keep Australia Beautiful initiative that will make poolside recycling easier than ever before.
The happy memories of thousands of local couples will be celebrated in a new Albury Art Gallery exhibition.
AlburyCity has a new person at the helm of Glenmorus Gardens, appointing Paul Charlton to the Team Leader position.
Award winning photographer Richard Janson rediscovers the beauty of food in his first solo exhibition Harvest opening at the Albury Art Gallery this week.
More than 700 junior basketballers have started arriving in Albury/Wodonga for the 27th annual Australian Country Junior Basketball Cup commencing on Monday 14 January.
Albury's Sunday Community Rotary Market could relocate to the Wilson Street Car Park while a new permanent home is found.
Council approves $2.3M upgrade to Albury Airport to prevent aircraft queuing.
Council receives State Government funds for important upgrade.
Christmas and New Year ClosuresThe following facilities will either be closed or operating at reduced hours over the Christmas New Year Period. In case of an emergency please call 1300 133 391.
AlburyCity wants to hear your views on the Albury Regional Art Gallery redevelopment; in particular whether you support Council contributing an extra $3.5M to ensure the project goes ahead.
Five centimetres of water is all it takes for a child to drown. That's the message from AlburyCity as it launches a new campaign urging parents and pool owners to be vigilant with their children around water this holiday season.
A key roadway leading to one of Albury's most popular leisure areas is set for an upgrade.Hume Street off Wodonga Place, which lies between Hovell Tree Park and the Albury Sports Ground, will receive a $500,000 makeover if Council agrees to an Engineering and Works Committee recommendation.
The legacy of wildlife advocate Heidi Peck to be honoured by an AlburyCity plan.
Hundreds of boating enthusiasts are expected to make the most of the new Kremur Street Boat Ramp.
Albury Entertainment Centre is promising an experience like no other with its 2013 theatre season.
Community Information Session
Local Police will continue monitoring Albury's worst streets for speed following the results of AlburyCity's Speed Check campaign.
For 135 years Albury's Botanic Gardens have delighted residents and visitors alike, becoming our very own sanctuary alongside the Murray. Now the iconic gardens are set to be celebrated in a new exhibition that will uncover their colourful history.
Celebrating Aboriginal culture will be the focus of AlburyCity's Bundyi: Come Share With Us Festival, which gets underway this week (21 - 25 November).
Nominations for Albury Awards 2013 are now open.
One in four Year 4 to Year 9 students are bullied every few weeks in Australia. It's an alarming statistic and one that is prompting action from AlburyCity and local residents.
The Journey Forward is the latest exhibition at the Albury Art Gallery and showcases the amazing work of 13 indigenous artists.
AlburyCity's annual Picnic in the Gardens will return on Sunday 11 November and local families are invited to come along and enjoy a fun-filled day at the Albury Botanic Gardens.
One in four Year 4 to Year 9 students are bullied every few weeks in Australia. It's an alarming statistic and one that is prompting action from AlburyCity and local residents.
Transport for New South Wales has introduced a number of new and amended road rules from Thursday 1 November.
Local residents are being offered a rare opportunity to see Wonga Wetlands by night as part of AlburyCity's National Water Week activities.
Dog lovers will be the big winners from an AlburyCity plan to increase and improve off leash areas in Albury.
AlburyCity is lifting the lid on its Water Filtration Plant and offering residents guided tours of the water treatment process.
Long serving AlburyCity General Manager, Les Tomich, has announced that he will retire at the end of 2012.
Five kilometres of piping, 140 megalitres of water and a facility that operates 24/7. They're just some of the daily numbers that make up AlburyCity's Water Filtration Plant.
The soulful tones of Australia's leading jazz and classical musicians will ring through the Botanic Gardens this Sunday when the second performance in AlburyCity's Music in the Gardens series gets underway.
AlburyCity's annual Fishathon returns for 2012 and local anglers and their families are being urged to come along to Horseshoe Lagoon to help eradicate a waterway pest.
AlburyCity is urging young people and the wider community to join a series of focus groups to discuss the future of the Retro Youth Cafe.
Ticket holders to next week's WNBL clash between the Canberra Capitals and Bendigo Spirit are being promised an epic clash between two fierce rivals - with or without injured superstar Lauren Jackson.
Tackling ongoing graffiti on street-side electrical boxes is behind a new initiative between AlburyCity, its Youth Council and Essential Energy.
A wonderful world for little people to let their imagination run wild.
AlburyCity's Twilight Markets are back by popular demand.
Nominations are now open for the AlburyCity Youth Council.
Albury will honour its sporting champions with a Civic Reception at QEII Square on Friday.
Cr Alice Glachan has been elected Mayor of AlburyCity. Cr Kevin Mack has been elected as Deputy Mayor.
Portrayer Portrayed is the revealing new exhibition from the Albury Art Gallery showcasing some of Australia's most iconic artists as they take on art's most challenging subject matter: themselves.
The triumphant return of Lauren Jackson to Albury is generating unprecedented interest in the upcoming WNBL clash between Canberra Capitals and Bendigo Spirit, a month before tickets go on sale.
Art imitating the environment. That's the aim of AlburyCity's Art in the Wetlands project, which will see six sustainable art projects displayed in the Wonga Wetlands over the next two weeks.
More volunteers are needed for the AlburyCity's Access Committee.
Fashion and its influence on our society is the focus of History Week 2012, and a new exhibition at the LibraryMuseum reveals the fascinating part Albury had to play in 20th century clothing.
Two of Australia's most accomplished musicians will kick-off a series of free Spring-time performances in Albury's Botanic Gardens.
A warm Summer's night, a full backing band and a captive audience ¬- all we need are some local stars to step up to the microphone. Auditions for the AlburyCity Carols by Candlelight are now open and Council is encouraging applications from local singers interested in performing.
The 2012 Write around the Murray Festival will officially open on Wednesday 5 September.
Cutting edge science will make sure one of Albury's most important historical landmarks will live on forever.
AlburyCity has revealed the five worst streets for speed as chosen by local residents and will work with police to crackdown on offending drivers.
AlburyCity is reminding residents that the Kiewa Street carpark will close from Saturday 1 September for necessary environmental remediation works.
A turbulent past hasn't deterred the spirit of the Somali people, which will be will be showcased like never before during the Somali Cultural Celebration on Saturday 1 September.
AlburyCity has welcomed the Federal Government's support for the $10.5M Albury Art Gallery redevelopment which was reinforced by Minister for the Arts Simon Crean today.
Illegal u-turns at intersections in Albury are on the decline with a survey released this week showing a 40% reduction over the past two years.
Motorists urged to be vigilant on the roads with a marked increase in the number of crashes between cars and animals.
AlburyCity Mayor Cr Alice Glachan has expressed her disappointment that NSW Arts Minister George Souris is unable to offer State Government financial support for the $10.5M Albury Art Gallery redevelopment
Fifty of Albury's most prized artefacts have been put on display, some for the first time, to help celebrate Local Government Week.
The LibraryMuseum in Albury will host the first ever exhibition based on the remarkable kidnapping ordeal of Australian photojournalist Nigel Brennan.
Exploring our impact on nature is the focus of a new exhibition on show at the Albury Art Gallery.
AlburyCity will work closely with Police to crackdown on speeding motorists in local streets.
The sixth annual Write Around the Murray Festival will open for bookings with the launch of the official program on Wednesday 1 August at the LibraryMuseum.
AlburyCity Mayor Cr Alice Glachan is "delighted" that one of Albury's favourite daughters Lauren Jackson has been chosen as Australia's flag bearer for the 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony.
On Friday 27 July, AlburyCity's LibraryMuseum will turn five years old and a day of activities, launches and interactive sessions have been planned to help the community celebrate in style.
AlburyCity is urging local young people to have their say in finding a new home for the popular Retro Youth Cafe.
Students from schools across Albury will be out in force this week planting trees, shrubs and grasses as part of Planet Ark School Tree Day.
Lauren Jackson will lead the Canberra Capitals against Bendigo Spirit in a WNBL clash at the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre on Sunday 18 November.
The top five Albury streets, where speeding is an issue, will be targeted in a new joint advertising and enforcement campaign.
If you were in control of Australia's water, how would you use it? This is the question posed by Questacon's latest travelling exhibition, Our Water.
Local residents and tourists will benefit from improved vehicle access and parking following the redevelopment of the Albury Railway Station Precinct.
A busy Albury intersection with a history of crashes is to be made safer.
From Wednesday 4 July, AlburyCity is ensuring as many people as possible have a say in Albury's future.
Customers who separate their waste for recycling prior to taking it to the Albury Waste Management Centre will pay less at the gatehouse than those that don't.
Albury Councillor Amanda Duncan-Strelec has tendered her resignation from Council.
AlburyCity Mayor Alice Glachan has today welcomed news that Le Hunte Properties has secured another major tenant for the Volt Lane Development.
Independent heritage assessment of Uiver Aircraft to determine significance for listing in Albury LEP.
Where in the world can you play Kameshi Ne Mpuku, guess the ingredients in vegemite or wear a gho? Right here in Albury at the LibraryMuseum.
The LibraryMuseum is launching an exciting new permanent exhibition, Wiradjuri Talkback, celebrating the perspectives and traditional knowledge of the Albury Wodonga region's Aboriginal people.
Final week for community information sessions on future expansion of Thurgoona.
AlburyCity Mayor, Cr Alice Glachan, says she's stunned and deeply saddened by the sudden passing of basketball great and former Albury Citizen of the Year, Allen McCowan.
Albury Family Day Care educator named regional winner in the Family Day Care Australia Educator of the Year Awards.
AlburyCity has launched a new campaign, calling on residents to help rid the city of graffiti.
The Federal Government has announced its will contribute $3.5M towards the redevelopment of the Albury Art Gallery.
The Australian Road Safety Foundation is calling on drivers to take the Fatality Free Friday Road Safety Pledge and to consciously think about safe road use in May.
If you have a flare for creative writing and would like to pocket $1,000 cash, AlburyCity encourages you to enter this year's Write around the Murray Festival short story competition.
Albury residents wanting advice on heritage issues, can now access an expert free of charge following the appointment of a 'Built Heritage Advisor'.
AlburyCity and Wodonga Council have been successful in securing joint funding of $300,000 to upgrade cycle paths on the border.
The Albury Waste Management Centre will give away free mulch to Albury residents on Sunday 3 March.
AlburyCity is being held-up and promoted as a leading case study for landfill operators across Australia for its work in preparing for the new carbon tax.
A majority of Sydneysiders have considered leaving the 'rat race' for a more affordable and less stressful life.
On Wednesday 11 April, AlburyCity Mayor, Alice Glachan, presented scholarships to two young people from Albury who have been accepted to study medicine at the University of New South Wales.
Motorists are being reminded about the importance of breaking up their journey when travelling over these school holidays and the Easter long weekend.
A potentially devastating weed that grows in water and on land has been found in an urban property in Albury.
Please note the changes to our standard operating hours over Easter.
A local private lender has loaned two additional works to Albury Art Gallery for the Drawing on Drysdale exhibition.
Youth Week 2012 is fast approaching and to celebrate our local young people, the Retro Youth Café is hosting a youth acoustic competition in QEII Square.
New technology is being introduced at the LibraryMuseum that will revolutionise the way that the Library does business.
This Friday night, Albury Art Gallery opens its much anticipated exhibition, Drawing on Drysdale.
Each year AlburyCity celebrates Harmony Day at the Community Wood Fired Oven.
'Live life' is the theme for NSW Seniors Week which runs from 18 to 25 March 2012.
AlburyCity has begun a nation-wide search for a suitable buyer to purchase and restore the DC-2 Uiver memorial aircraft.
The NSW Government has declared a public half day holiday for the 2012 Albury Gold Cup
AlburyCity is encouraging residents to 'speak out' about the future needs of the city from a cultural and community perspective.
The 2012 Meet the Maker program kicks of at the Albury Art Gallery tonight.
Don't miss your chance to play a part in helping shape the future expansion of Thurgoona.
Councillor Robert Angus today encouraged all eligible pensioners and families on a lower income to take part in the NSW Government's free Home Power Savings Program and save around $265 a year off their power bills.
One of Australia's most noted artists, Russell Drysdale was born 100 years ago today.
AlburyCity has lodged a development application for the $10.5M redevelopment of the Albury Regional Art Gallery.
A compulsory weekly food and green waste organics collection is due to start in mid 2013
Residents with decorations, personal mementoes or plastic flowers at grave and memorial sites in Albury are encouraged to remove them within the next week.
With the mercury set to soar into the high 30s tomorrow, AlburyCity is encouraging residents and visitors to head down to Noreuil Park, cool off and join in Council's Australia Day celebrations.
The 2012 Albury Art Prize exhibition opens this Friday at Albury Art Gallery.
A free screening of A Heartbeat Away will feature from sundown at Jelbart Park this Saturday as part of AlburyCity's Cinema Under the Stars festival.
Albury's new Dean Street pedestrian crossings are doing their job, with a big increase in the number of pedestrians using them.
A round of the Swimming NSW Open Water Marathon Series will be held at Lake Hume on 28 and 29 January 2012.
The Lauren Jackson Sports Centre is now taking volleyball, basketball and netball registrations for the 2012 season.
AlburyCity is again urging residents and visitors to take extra care around the water this summer and understand the dangers.
Please note the changes to our standard operating hours over the festive season.
AlburyCity takes possession of another significant item of Uiver memorabilia, a KLM fuel can.
An exhibition featuring a selection of the botanical illustrations used in Charles Sturt University (CSU) ecologist and author, Associate Professor David Watson's book, Mistletoes of Southern Australia, will open at the LibraryMuseum this Saturday at 2pm.
Legendary soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa will take centre stage in Albury in April when she sings for one night only at the Albury Entertainment Centre.
An engaging, hands-on exhibition showcasing the best of Australian and international interactive and moving image artwork opens at the LibraryMuseum on Saturday 3 December.
Albury has been delivered an early Christmas present with the opening of the new Volt Lane Multi Deck Car Park.
Children are being encouraged to join the Summer Reading Club, The Amazing Read, and discover some great books over the school holidays.
The Albury Waste Management Centre will give away free mulch to Albury residents on Sunday 12 May.
The Year 12 Art Show is an annual event that celebrates the high standard and diversity achieved by local graduating Visual Arts students.
Students from a number of local high schools represented AlburyCity in the Kool Skools competition, and managed to take out the main prize of Koolest Skool!
Albury pet lovers can treat their furry friends and the whole family to a fun day of free entertainment at AlburyCity's Pets Day Out this Sunday (27 November) at Hovell Tree Park.
AlburyCity has partnered with the Asbestos Diseases Research Institute (ADRI) to launch a week-long campaign throughout all regions of NSW to raise awareness of the dangers of working with asbestos when renovating or maintaining homes.
AlburyCity has today officially put up the "open for business" sign on the city's new industrial precinct, Nexus.
Local businesses planning to host Christmas parties have the opportunity to secure $5 taxi vouchers, by simply registering with AlburyCity's Arrive Home Safely Program.
AlburyCity is seeking community input to help plan for the future expansion of Thurgoona.
St John's Wort, a bright yellow noxious weed, is starting to flower around Albury.
The Albury Waste Management Centre will give away free mulch to Albury residents on Sunday 30 October.
Albury's favourite daughter, Lauren Jackson, was the toast of the town on Saturday when she opened the newly named Lauren Jackson Sports Centre.
Motorists travelling in Dean Street are being urged to take extra care next week when new zebra crossings are installed.
AlburyCity is seeking public comment on the draft Albury - Our Future: a community sustainability strategy, at three public forums.
Women's basketball superstar Lauren Jackson will play in front of her home crowd in a sports stadium named in her honour from the 2012-13 WNBL season.
Frolic with fairies and woodland creatures and set sail for faraway lands when a new interactive exhibition for children opens at the LibraryMuseum.
Albury's QEII Twilight Markets return tomorrow evening (Thursday 13 October) from 5pm at QEII Square.
Australians can now have their say on whether local government should be recognised in the Australian Constitution.
If you get a phone call from AlburyCity between October 10 and 28; don't hang up - we're not selling anything!
Whilst NSW has shown an increase in recycling, it still generates the most amount of waste compared with other states in Australia.
Albury-Wodonga businesses have performed strongly over the last year, but they are cautious about the future, according to results from the latest Albury-Wodonga local business survey.
Cr Alice Glachan has been voted in as Mayor for the final year of this Council's four-year term.In a tied vote for the position of Deputy Mayor between Cr Neville Hull and Cr Henk van de Ven, Cr Hull was drawn from the barrel.
AlburyCity was host to a free lecture by Dr Wendy Sarkissian, author of Kitchen Table Sustainability: Practical recipes for community engagement with sustainability, on Tuesday 20 September titled 'Could the kitchen table be the saviour of the modern world?'.
Albury will welcome four new citizens at a special citizenship ceremony to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Australian Citizenship Day.
Albury Art Gallery wants to hear from practicing artists who are keen to work in a public environment and share their practice with the community.
AlburyCity is calling for Expressions of Interest from applicants interested in operating a stall at AlburyCity's QEII Twilight Markets.
AlburyCity has awarded a three year contract to manage and operate its aquatic facilities to local based company, Albury Aquatic Management.
Here's a a wonderful opportunity for amateur writers and enthusiastic readers to connect with published writers from a variety of genres.
White balloons will fly in QE11 Square and throughout Dean Street on Wednesday, highlighting the local community's stance against child abuse.
Albury's spectacular new playground at Oddies Creek Park has been given a huge tick of approval by the city's youngest citizens.
With more and more people turning to the web to conduct business with us or to seek information, we want to ensure that we are providing the best possible on-line environment for our customers.
AlburyCity is searching for the regions' brightest stars for this year's Carols by Candlelight.
More than 500 responses have been received for the Albury Wodonga business survey to date, but time is running out for businesses to submit their responses.
Women's basketball superstar Lauren Jackson will return to Albury in October to open the renamed Albury Sports Stadium.
AlburyCity will hold an information session to discuss a new development application for a mobile phone tower on the grounds of the Thurgoona Country Club Resort.
Business people in Albury and Wodonga are encouraged to complete the 2011 Local Business Survey, which will provide insight into the health of the local economy and identify key concerns and issues such as the proposed carbon tax.
The amount of waste sent to the Albury Waste Management Centre is on the decline.
Albury's Mamouney family will be back in the swim to ensure that the Albury and Lavington pools open as planned for the 2011-12 swimming season.
The major new Australian feature film The Sapphires is to make Albury its home, AlburyCity Mayor Alice Glachan announced today.
AlburyCity has approved cycle racing at the Lavington Sports Ground Velodrome as part of a 10 year licence offered to the Lavington Panthers Cycling Club.
The Albury Waste Management Centre will again be giving away free mulch to Albury residents on Sunday 28 August.
Masterchef contestant, Chris Badenoch, will launch the 2011 Write around the Murray Festival at the LibraryMuseum at 11am Wednesday 3 August.
Nominations have been extended by one week for Albury Youth Council. It is a great opportunity for young people to be a part of the city's future development.
Students from schools across Albury will be out in force planting trees, shrubs and grasses tomorrow, Thursday and Friday as part of Planet Ark School Tree Day.
AlburyCity is hoping improved access and parking at the Albury Visitor Information Centre will result in an even greater number of visitors detouring off the freeway and into the city.
A major step in returning the P.S Cumberoona to operation occurs this weekend when AlburyCity calls for tenders to replace the hull.
Another puff of smoke will be appearing at Hovell Tree Park this weekend as the brand new pizza oven is fired up for community use for the very first time.
Community members are invited to participate in a follow-up survey from the actions raised at the recent alcohol and other drugs public workshop.
AlburyCity celebrates its first year in tourism today (Friday 1 July) with the cutting of a cake and the unveiling of the new 2011-2012 Official Visitors' Guide.
The 2011 NAIDOC Week celebrations in Albury kick off on Sunday at the Community Wood Fired Oven.
Discover some of Albury's hidden treasures at a new Art Gallery exhibition opening on Friday 1 July
Over the past 10 weeks, 14 young photographers aged 13 - 18 years, have been working with local award-winning photographer, Andrew Pearce. The result is an exhibition of photographic images to be exhibited in QEII Square at the rear of the LibraryMuseum.
Albury businessman, Noel Wood, has joined a growing number of locals lending valuable memorabilia to the Albury Delightfully Deco Exhibition.
Nominations are now open for Albury Youth Council.
In just over three weeks, AlburyCity will stage its biggest ever exhibition with the opening of Albury Delightfully Deco on Friday 8 July.
AlburyCity Mayor, Alice Glachan says today's announcement by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) allowing Council to proceed with a special variation to rate income is a significant step forward in safeguarding Albury's future.
The actions of an ingenious group of Albury residents more than 76 years ago have been remembered with 82 year old Florida man Johan Domenie donating his family's Uiver collection to the city.
Highly acclaimed and well respected Australian arts patron, Dr Gene Sherman will return to Albury later this year to judge the prestigious Albury Art Prize.
AlburyCity has launched a new advertising campaign encouraging the public to report sightings of rubbish being dumped on roadsides, parks and reserves.
A young local photographer has become the youngest artist to ever have works acquired by Albury Art Gallery.
AlburyCity is hoping to take its recycling message to new heights through the installation of special bins at Albury Airport.
The Albury Waste Management Centre will give away free mulch to Albury residents on Sunday 5 June.
Albury's position in the national tourism market place has strengthened further with new data showing an increase in domestic visitor nights to the City.
Up to one third of the AlburyCity owned Kiewa Street car park will be closed during June to allow the Albury Gas Company to undertake further investigations at the former Albury gasworks site.
Residents in Albury's Norris Park Estate are being asked to participate in a residential food and garden waste trial.
If your pet needs to be microchipped, don't miss the Million Paws Walk at Hovell Tree Park on Sunday 15 May between 10am and 2pm.
Work will start Monday (16 May) on making two of Albury's busiest intersections safer.
AlburyCity is celebrating after winning two awards at this year's NSW Local Government Cultural Awards.
A row of mature English Elm and Plane trees, deemed to be high risk, will be removed as part of the resurfacing and landscaping of a section of David Street.
AlburyCity will soon take possession of one of the worlds' most significant collections of Uiver memorabilia, including some items never before made public.
A public workshop in Albury next week will encourage residents to speak out on how they think alcohol and other drugs should be managed in the community.
AlburyCity has called a community forum to discuss a proposal to erect a 25 metre mobile phone tower on the grounds of the Thurgoona Country Club Resort.
All Country and City origin players and coaches will make a public appearance in QEII Square tomorrow (Wednesday 4 May) from 4pm.
Significant investments in improving and maintaining the city's assets and rejuvenating Albury's central business district are among the key features of the 2011-12 draft budget adopted by Council tonight, Monday 2 May 2011.
An Extraordinary Council Meeting will be held on Monday 2 May to adopt the draft 2011-2012 Operational Plan and revisions to the 2010-2014 Four Year Delivery Program.
This Friday (29 April) at 6pm, Albury Art Gallery will open The Wandering, a major solo exhibition by local emerging artist Andrew Pearce.
A new touring exhibition from the National Archives of Australia features many Max Dupain photographs that have never been seen before.
AlburyCity's impressive Visual Arts Collection has expanded with Council acquiring work by former Albury Art Prize winner, Catherine O'Donnell.
After managing the Albury Swim Centre for 25 years and the Lavington Swim Centre for over 10 years, current lessees Kanjia Holdings have decided not to extend their contract.
The LibraryMuseum and Lavington Library now have Save Power Kits available for loan.
For the first time, Q&A on ABC TV will broadcast live from Albury on Monday 2 May to talk about the issues important to regional Australia.
If you're lodging a development application or just keeping an eye on developments in your area, AlburyCity's new ICON DA tracking system is definitely something you'll want to take a look at.
It's National Youth Week and AlburyCity has planned a range of activities for local young people.
The LibraryMuseum and Lavington Library have a new service to offer: an Online Book Club.
How many gardens have their very own troll cave? The Children's Garden at Albury Botanic Gardens now does - thanks to a $10,000 donation from the Friends of the Albury Botanic Gardens.
Help fill the skies above Glenmorus Memorial Gardens with a bright and beautiful display on Albury's inaugural Kite Remembrance Day.
Today a new Council committee will meet for the first time to guide AlburyCity in developing a Sustainability Strategy that will be implemented from early 2012.
Turbulent experiences of motherhood and the Australian landscape have inspired an exhibition now showing at Albury Art Gallery titled Mum: Speaking Latin With A Singlet Tan.
AlburyCity is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Albury Base Hospital with an exhibition at the LibraryMuseum which opens on Sunday.
A Chicago-based theatre company will give local school students funky insights into how to use the English language for dramatic effect on Thursday morning.
AlburyCity reminds local residents that there is a half-day public holiday on Friday 25 March for the running of the Albury Gold Cup.
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Scots School Albury on Saturday 26 March.
Local artist Kade Fielder will be promoting a particularly funky international act on Saturday morning when he brightens up hoardings fronting the burned Reject Shop in Dean Street.
It makes a lot of sense to visit the Archibald Prize exhibition at Albury Art Gallery tomorrow. Not only is tomorrow a free entry day, it's also the last time you can nominate your favourite work for the People's Choice Award and enter a draw to win $1000.
The QEII Twilight Markets will add a crafty new twist to late night shopping in Albury this Thursday from 5pm-8pm.
Evocities campaign secures extension of funding from the Australian Government.
AFL is returning to Lavington on 5 March for the first time since 2006 and to celebrate the occasion, organisers have discounted ticket rates.
Senior students who complete the latest survey from AlburyCity's Youth Council have the chance to win an iPod.
Transform your organic waste into a nutrient rich food for your garden for just $10! Spaces still available on Thursday 17 and Friday 18 February.
The MAC (Multisport AlburyCity) event will not proceed in 2011.
Albury's new multi-million dollar airport carpark is now open.
Sam Leach, the 2010 winner of the famous Archibald Prize, will open the exhibition at Albury Art Gallery.
The Mayor, Councillors and Staff wish all residents and visitors to the city a very happy and safe Christmas and New Year. AlburyCity offices and some facilities will be closed over the holiday period. Please check the list below.
The AFL has confirmed it will play a NAB pre-season challenge match at Lavington Sports Ground in March 2011.
Enjoy new free guided tours of the LibraryMuseum, which run every Sunday at 2.00pm.
Pool owners need to be vigilant in ensuring they don't rely entirely on a fence to ensure children are safe.
AlburyCity and the Albury Access Committee have launched a new booklet that provides simple tips on how local businesses can provide easy access for all shoppers.
It's time to clean out your cupboards and garages, and rid your home of potentially dangerous chemicals.
Local paddler and river expert, Tony Zerbst, is the face of AlburyCity's new river safety campaign.
Local businesses planning to host Christmas parties have the opportunity to secure $5 taxi vouchers for their staff if they register with AlburyCity's Arrive Home Safely campaign.
Seven tiny tots in costumes will be rehearsing a dance routine in the Botanic Gardens at 11am today, in preparation for Sunday's Picnic in the Gardens.
AlburyCity is proud to announce a new Aboriginal employment and training program and an inspired plan to dramatically increase access to the city's greatest natural asset - the Murray River.
New life has been breathed into empty shops and prominent buildings in the Lavington CBD by an AlburyCity project which has presented the area as a blank canvas to new media artists from around the country.
Today at 1.00pm AlburyCity Mayor, Alice Glachan, will hold a sapling in her hand in order to spread a good message.
From Monday 25 October, Albury drivers turning from Guinea St into David St can expect fewer delays.
This Saturday marks the start of Motorcycle Awareness Week and an AlburyCity campaign designed to make motorcyclists more visible on the road.
Thirty-seven car spaces in the Volt Lane carpark will be out of action over the next six weeks while two new electrical substations are constructed.
A generous family of Melbourne art collectors has entrusted AlburyCity with 18 iconic Australian artworks.
A Womens National Basketball League (WNBL) game will be held at Albury Sports Stadium on Saturday 13 November.
An exhibition of 80 extraordinary etchings by iconic Spanish artist, Fancisco de Goya, has opened at Albury Art Gallery.
Cr Alice Glachan has secured a second term as AlburyCity Mayor."I am delighted to have the opportunity of a second term," Cr Glachan says.Cr Henk van de Ven will serve a second term as Deputy Mayor.
Evocities, a campaign encouraging Sydneysiders to move to one of seven prospering New South Wales regional cities, including Albury, has been launched.
AlburyCity is proud to announce that the upgraded lights system at the Lavington Oval has achieved the standard required to hold AFL practice games.
It will be a chilly, yet welcome start for many when the Albury Swim Centre opens for the season on Monday 20 September.
AlburyCity has produced a new city-wide trails brochure.
White balloons will fly in QE11 Square and throughout Dean Street tomorrow, highlighting the local community's stance against child abuse.
Some of Australia's biggest names in literary and journalistic circles headline the 2010 Write around the Murray festival which starts Wednesday.
AlburyCity will hold an information session for the general public on the Volt Lane development, following a Development Application having been lodged with Council today.
Council has approved a draft road safety strategic plan, cementing plans to reduce the trauma on our roads over the next five years.
AlburyCity has endorsed a draft 10-year urban and public art strategy which aims to help Albury stand out as a creative, vibrant and culturally sophisticated city.
Local authors are encouraged to promote their work at the Write around the Murray festival's Home Grown event at 1.30pm on Thursday 9 September.
AlburyCity is confident that there is enough parking available in the Albury CBD to accommodate the temporary closure of Volt Lane and Kiewa Street carparks next year.
'Delightfully Deco: Looking Around Albury' is a one day seminar for lovers of Art Deco.
The NSW Government has announced that the Albury Local Environmental Plan 2010 is now law.
On Saturday morning from 10am local children have the chance to enjoy an interactive play space at the LibraryMuseum, which will introduce them to four famous children's books.
John Knox is visiting Albury while on a five-month solo bicycle tour of Australia which he is using to promote a new website designed to help individuals reduce their carbon footprint.
Development activity in Albury increased last financial year, reflecting a significant improvement on the previous 12 months but not a full recovery to the robust figures of 2007/08.
Local Government Week is inspiring Albury schools to take a fresh look at AlburyCity and the services and facilities it offers.
The Murray Valley Kennel Club is holding a dog show on Sunday, where NSW residents can have dogs and cats microchipped at discount rates.
Tomorrow local children will have a chance to hear first-hand about an artist's voyage to the Antarctic.
The Write around the Murray festival program will be launched at 11am today at the LibraryMuseum by AlburyCity Mayor, Cr Alice Glachan and local author, Ian Trevaskis.
AlburyCity is seeking two community members to join its peak advisory body for sport, recreation and leisure.
More than 170 students from schools across Albury will be planting local native shrubs and grasses tomorrow, as part of an annual Planet Ark tree planting campaign run by AlburyCity.
Thurgoona resident, Sybil Mills, 72, will attend a commemorative tree planting event at Thurgoona Oval at 2.30pm today, with AlburyCity Mayor, Alice Glachan.
AlburyCity is proposing new local planning controls which would increase the size of disabled carparks but reduce the number of disabled carspaces developers need to provide.
Benalla author, Cate Kennedy's much acclaimed first novel, The World Beneath, has been chosen for the Write around the Murray festival's big book club to be held as the finale event on Sunday 12 September at 3pm.
Wodonga TAFE students will be refining their rose and tree pruning skills at AlburyCity's Glenmorus Memorial Gardens tomorrow.
Nominations for AlburyCity's Youth Council are now open.
Albury ratepayers will receive four free entry vouchers to the Albury Waste Management Centre with their July rates notice.
Nominations for AlburyCity's Youth Council are now open.
AlburyCity Mayor, Alice Glachan, will officially open the redeveloped netball court and grandstand at the Albury Sports Ground tomorrow at 1.15pm.
One of the world's most notorious aquatic weeds has been discovered in Albury.
AlburyCity has recently endorsed a draft master plan for the Charles Sturt University Albury CBD campus.
An alliance of councils has launched a campaign to reduce by 50%, the waste being landfilled at the Albury Waste Management Centre.
AlburyCity is in search of people from Sydney who are now proud to call Albury home.
AlburyCity is pleased to announce that Tracey Squire has been appointed Director of Economic Development and Tourism.
AlburyCity is pleased to announce the appointment of Sue Harper as its Tourism Officer.
Residents with decorations, personal mementoes or plastic flowers at grave and memorial sites in Albury are encouraged to remove them within the next two weeks.
Local writers are encouraged to enter the 2010 AlburyCity Short Story competition for a chance to win $1000 in prize money.
AlburyCity has adopted a draft budget which proposes a series of rate rises over the next four years to meet the city's immediate needs and plan for its future growth and prosperity.
AlburyCity's draft budget proposes increases in residential water, sewer and garbage charges over the next four years.
AlburyCity today presented details of its draft budget, flagging a series of rate increases over the next four years.
A front page Border Mail story reporting that Council is planning a $20 parking tax is not correct.
A street scene that depicts a Sandman panel van, two teenagers kissing and an ominous man in the foreground is the latest photograph to have been acquired for Albury Art Gallery.
NSW pet lovers attending the RSPCA's Million Paws Walk on Sunday 16 May have the opportunity to have their pets microchipped for free if they register them on the day.
AlburyCity's Volt Lane carpark will be transformed by a spectacular $50M development that will include cafes, a gourmet fresh food market and the new Albury premises for the Australian Taxation Office.
Allegations levelled at AlburyCity in regard to the development of Volt Lane are unfounded, according to Council's General Manager, Les Tomich.
A West African drum, dance and singing performance will entertain children today from 11.15am at Albury Family Day Care Co-ordination Unit, in Lavington.
Not-for-profit community and cultural organisations seeking funding through AlburyCity's Community and Cultural Grants Program are encouraged to attend a grant writing workshop on Monday 10 May.
Council encourages residents to avoid parking at the former gasworks site at 441 Kiewa St from Tuesday next week.
Albury's water restrictions will cease from Saturday 1 May.
AlburyCity would like to hear from you as it drafts the new five-year Road Safety Plan.
Albury Youth Council is encouraging residents to register for Graffiti Action Day on 2 May and take part in the city's biggest graffiti clean up.
Local artist Mary Rosengren explores the link between art and science in a new installation at the LibraryMuseum that features projected images, herbarium boxes, sounds and voices.
Don't miss your chance to have your electronic waste recycled at the Albury Waste Management Centre this weekend.
Take advantage of AlburyCity's free shuttle bus to get to this year's ANZAC Day Dawn service safely and with ease.
It's not much fun, watering in the dark. So to reflect the end of daylight saving, watering times have also gone back an hour.
Albury Swim Centre hosts national waterpolo championships
It will be lights out at AlburyCity facilities on Saturday, from 8.30pm, to support Earth Hour 2011.
Council votes to cease its hard waste collection in order to improve recycling rates and reduce landfill.
Young acoustic performers are invited to take part in the Retro Youth Café's Addicted to Acoustic competition and concert on 15 April in QEII Square.
AlburyCity and the NSW Government are supporting Norske Skog's moves to establish a new power plant which will reduce its carbon emissions by one third.
Ms Pru Goward MP will visit Albury on Friday 12 March to speak at a lunch at Mirambeena Community Centre marking International Women's Day.
AlburyCity would like to remind local residents that there is a half-day public holiday on Friday 26 March.
AlburyCity's Youth Council is showcasing young local performers at a free music festival in Lavington on Saturday 13 March.
AlburyCity is likely to make a decision on the future of the Paddlesteamer Cumberoona before the end of this financial year.
A new exhibition of the latest series of works by French photographer Denis Darzacq is now open to the public at Albury Art Gallery.
Young people who would like to plan and run events at the Retro Café are encouraged to join the café's Youth Management Committee.
AlburyCity has worked with the Kinross Woolshed Hotel for more than two years to establish safe parking facilities, which adequately cater to both the scale and duration of the hotel's events.
AlburyCity's compliance officers will be increasing patrols to ensure people comply with water restrictions from this week.
AlburyCity is seeking expressions of interest from parties with commercial premises in Lavington that may be suitable for a library and customer service centre.
AlburyCity is conducting a public hearing from 2.00pm this Thursday on the proposed rezoning and reclassification of four parcels of Council-owned land.
AlburyCity is proud to announce the community group and outstanding individuals who have been recognised at the Albury Awards 2010.
AlburyCity is proud to announce Allanah Zitserman as Albury's Australia Day Ambassador.
Five artists have been selected to participate in the 2010 Artist@Work studio project beginning tomorrow at the Albury Art Gallery.
From 1 February AlburyCity's vaccine clinics will take place at the beginning and end of each month to offer greater flexibility to busy parents.
Six hundred players will compete at the 24th Australian Country Junior Basketball Cup, which begins on Monday with an opening ceremony at the Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre.
AlburyCity has completed major work stemming from the 17 December storm and is appealing to the public to help identify trees that may still represent a hazard.
A travelling exhibition of works by Bill Henson is now showing at the Albury Art Gallery.
AlburyCity is pleased to announce the five community groups and 16 individuals who have been nominated for recognition at the Albury Awards 2010.
The NSW Government announces $3.7M loan to support development of key residential growth area.
Residents with decorations, personal mementoes or plastic flowers at grave and memorial sites in Albury are encouraged to remove them within the next two weeks.
AlburyCity Christmas and New Year closures
An exhibition of works by some of Australia's most outstanding Aboriginal artists is on show at the Albury Art Gallery.
AlburyCity has rolled out a new campaign - Paranoia - to remind local people that if they drink and drive they will be caught.
Albury residents wishing to clean up fallen tree branches following yesterday's storm will be able to dispose of them free of charge at the Albury Waste Management Centre until Christmas Eve.
The NSW Deputy State Coroner Paul MacMahon has begun investigating the deaths of eight children, all under three, who drowned in backyard swimming pools over the past three years.
Fourteen of the most impressive art works created by Albury's Year 12 students for the HSC are on show at the Art Gallery.
Water restrictions will be relaxed in Albury from Saturday, enabling residents to water gardens more frequently and for longer.
Significant changes are being made to laws which determine what land in Albury can be used for.
AlburyCity will receive a $125,000 grant from the Federal Government towards construction of a bike path along Thurgoona Drive.
Community workshops on the proposed relocation of Lavington Library to Albury Central Tower will now be held on Wednesday 18 November.
AlburyCity Council has approved - in principle - the relocation of Lavington Library to the Albury Central Tower, subject to the sale of the existing library site at market valuation.
Visit the LibraryMuseum and test-drive a handmade rocket ship, establishing for certain that an imagination can take you to the moon.
Two local gentlemen with childhood memories of the Uiver landing have returned to Albury Racecourse to give new insight into how Albury locals saved the plane.
IT trainee, Paul Seabright, has won first prize in a competition recognising people who excel in vocational training.
AlburyCity has appointed Michael Stanton as its Leisure Facilities Team Leader.
Councillor Alice Glachan has been elected Mayor of AlburyCity for the next 12 months.
Nominations are now open for the 2010 Albury Awards.
AlburyCity's community wood fired oven has scooped a national award which recognises the significant role it plays bringing neighbours and communities together.
AlburyCity's $5M airport upgrade is now complete, giving passengers their first opportunity to use the new check-in counters and admire new development's vast open space.
AlburyCity has further relaxed water restrictions today, giving residents an extra two hours of watering in the morning.
AlburyCity has opened a second round of grant funding for local sporting and recreation groups.
AlburyCity has a new Youth Council of nine people who are all keen to give youth a voice and give something back to their community.
If you can hold a tune, audition for AlburyCity's Carols By Candlelight.
Work on luring people from Sydney to regional inland cities starts today, with the Evocities partnership calling for project managers to tender for a major new campaign.
Albury residents have responded generously to the call for hidden Art Deco treasures.
The first comprehensive survey of Albury Wodonga businesses in more than five years will commence next week.
As you may be aware, I recently led a delegation of five people to Albury's sister city, Nanping, in China.
Council welcomes $1.72M funding for a sealed road to the Ettamogah Intermodal Rail Hub.
AlburyCity decided to adopt Stage 4 water restrictions, complying with a request from the NSW Department of Water and Energy.
Albury residents who are passionate about their city and are concerned about its future have an important job to do.
You can step into the ocean with no risk of getting wet at an exciting new multimedia exhibition at the LibraryMuseum.
If you'd like to score five free native plants for your garden, it's time to get out in the back yard and start weeding.
This Saturday marks Lavington residents' last chance to have a professional writer capture their stories about their suburb.
Albury's annual hard waste collection has started, which is why some residents have placed household rubbish on their nature strip.
AlburyCity Mayor, Patricia Gould, returned to Albury from China yesterday.
AlburyCity has welcomed a $1.2M Federal Government grant to encourage Sydneysiders to move to Albury and other major regional cities in NSW.
Albury Mayor, Patricia Gould, is leading a delegation to Nanping, China, that left on Saturday 11 July.
The approach follows a request from the Department of Water & Energy that AlburyCity adopt Stage 4 restrictions, while Wodonga remains on Stage 1.
The NSW RTA has approved AlburyCity plans for a school children's crossing on Thurgoona's Elizabeth Mitchell Drive.
AlburyCity has not imposed Stage 4 water restrictions at this stage.
An incredible 18,000 new books are now stacked on Albury library shelves, ready for borrowing and another 6000 items will be added to the collection by September.
AlburyCity is concerned that eligible residents might be missing out on free insulation or a rebate on a solar hot-water system.
AlburyCity is encouraging local residents to see the latest Draft CBD Masterplans for Albury and Lavington and to contribute their views at the final round of community workshops.
AlburyCity will purchase the Lavington Panthers Oval to ensure it remains in the city's hands and is not used for residential development.
After more than three years of hard work, Woodstock Support has secured new premises at 220 Borella Rd, thanks in part to support from AlburyCity.
AlburyCity Mayor, Patricia Gould, planted an Atlas Cedar at the Botanic Gardens this morning to mark the 150th anniversary of Albury being proclaimed a municipality.
Members of AlburyCity's Youth Council are encouraging their peers to nominate for positions on the next Youth Council.
AlburyCity staff will support 70 local high school students as they work to protect significant Red River Gums at Mungabareena Reserve tomorrow.
One of Australia's leading authorities on the Art Deco period is asking Albury residents to start searching their garages and cupboards for hidden treasures.
AlburyCity has completed work on a new pedestrian refuge which will make crossing Thurgoona Drive safer for school children, cyclists and pedestrians.
35 primary school students took the first small but significant steps towards Albury having one of the country's most impressive children's gardens.
Albury's first mayor, James Fallon, will be among the historically significant guests who will travel back in time and add a sense of fun to Albury's 150th birthday celebrations on Saturday 6 June.
While AlburyCity's draft budget is fiscally responsible and shows restraint in spending, it also meets the community's key needs.
AlburyCity will invest more than $1M in major roadworks in South Albury over the coming financial year to address traffic and safety issues.
AlburyCity's draft budget allocates more than $1.5M to support community groups and projects.
While AlburyCity will operate on a tighter budget than last financial year, it will focus its roadwork on addressing changes to traffic conditions, due to the freeway, and the city's future growth.
AlburyCity's focus on long-term financial sustainability is at the heart of its draft budget for 2009-2010.
Council will debate and adopt its Draft 2009-2010 Budget and Council Plan tonight.
AlburyCity has invited five Tibetan Buddhist monks to create a sand mandala at the LibraryMuseum. They will then spend several days filling in the design with millions of grains of coloured sand.
AlburyCity has commenced the demolition of St Matthews Parish Centre in QE11 Square.
AlburyCity is calling on all residents who can recall seeing Woolshed Creek in flood to start telling their stories.
If your dog needs to be microchipped, don't miss the Million Paws Walk at Hovell Tree Park on Sunday 17 May.
NSW Government and RTA representatives have agreed to meet in Albury next month to discuss concerns about the Hume Freeway.
Changes to the five-ways in Lavington and a seven-storey height limit across the Albury CBD are among the key issues to be discussed at the latest round of AlburyCity CBD Masterplan workshops this week.
AlburyCity and the City of Wodonga have welcomed news that the Federal Government has supported their joint application for funding for the Flying Fruit Fly Circus.
On Friday night, Albury archaeologist Stephen Pollock will explain how he uses Aboriginal artefacts to piece together an understanding of traditional Aboriginal life.
AlburyCity has approved the development of a seven-storey residential and commercial building at 669 Dean Street.
AlburyCity has changed the times that local people can water their lawns and gardens to reflect the end of daylight savings.
Don't miss the historically significant prints of eucalypts, banksias and acacias now on display at the LibraryMuseum.
If you're a fan of Albury's Community Wood Fired Oven, then here's your chance to ensure it gets the recognition it deserves.
AlburyCity Mayor, Patricia Gould, has presented scholarships to two young people from Albury who have been accepted to study medicine at the University of New South Wales.
AlburyCity has recently finished extending Thurgoona Oval, ready for senior footballers to have their first game on the improved grounds this Saturday.
Albury Art Gallery has a new collection of 1950s snaps that offer a vivid reminder of how life has changed.
AlburyCity has received a grant of more than $1million from the Federal Government which will stimulate the local economy while also improving community infrastructure.
As you walk around Albury, do you ever have trouble crossing a road or notice a footpath that needs fixing up?
For a fascinating insight into the life of renowned Aboriginal artist Malcolm Jagamarra, don't miss his talk at Wonga Wetlands tomorrow night.
The Cumberoona to be moved to a location on Wodonga Creek for maintenance work.
Albury airport's new departure lounge is now open, featuring dramatic high ceiling, views to the runway, a café with bar facilities and wireless Internet access.
It's big, bright green and not exactly pretty, but everyone wearing not-very-sensible shoes to the Gold Cup is going to love it.
It will be lights out at AlburyCity facilities on Saturday, from 8.30pm, to support Earth Hour.
Ever have trouble crossing a road or notice a footpath that needs fixing?
Who to contact when reporting graffiti.
AlburyCity has decided to formally withdraw from the Upper Murray Regional Library (UMRL).
AlburyCity's concerns about the skyrocketing cost of last year's local election have been vindicated.
A significant new roundabout at a high-traffic intersection servicing Lavington and North Albury from the freeway is now open.
AlburyCity is offering an exciting new opportunity for volunteers to become involved in fascinating work at the LibraryMuseum and Albury Art Gallery.
AlburyCity Mayor, Patricia Gould, expressed disappointment about changes to legislation affecting Alcohol Free Zones.
Staff praised for works program progress
AlburyCity has withdrawn plans to introduce a $2 spectator entry fee for the Albury Sports Stadium.
AlburyCity will develop a new long-term strategy to reinvigorate its sister city relationship with Nanping in China.
AlburyCity has moved to clarify its plans on the future of Library and customer services at Lavington.
A condolence book for people to express their feelings about the devastating Victorian bushfires will be placed in the LibraryMuseum along with collection tins for donations to the Australian Red Cross Appeal.
An enthralling and mystical journey through the life of singer/songwriter Cat Stevens
A new roundabout is under construction at the intersection of Union, Dallinger and Racecourse Roads.
Albury residents are being applauded for their responsible use of water during the heatwave.
Multisport AlburyCity (MAC) is back and this year will feature the first Amy's Ride for regional New South Wales to raise funds for the Amy Gillett Foundation.
The biannual maintenance and clean up at AlburyCity cemeteries and crematoria starts Monday.
Have your say on the future of the Albury and Lavington CBD's.
An Albury woman who runs a school breakfast program and has devoted many years helping children with reading difficulties has been named as the AlburyCity Citizen of the Year.
Conservation of AlburyCity's cultural collections will be improved with the relocation of items to a warehouse facility in Thurgoona...
The first Cinema Under the Stars kicked off at Albury Swim Centre on Saturday night with the screening of Surfs Up.
AlburyCity has put out the call for teams for the inaugural Australia Day Backyard Cricket competition...
The Albury LibraryMuseum has exceeded all expectations with more than 226,000 people visiting in its first year of operation representing a 95 per cent increase on...
Residents in Pemberton and Thurgoona Streets are enjoying a new streetscape with the completion, ahead of schedule, of landscaping along the median strips.
Increased safe transport, security and a drink drive campaign will compliment the existing initiatives implemented for the safety of people socialising in Albury.
Collections of photographs celebrating a fresh approach by Tokyo's youth to fashion at the LibraryMuseum.
Honour our local community heroes by celebrating Albury Awards 2009.
Sunday 14 December is pet registration and microchipping day.
Traffic counts find big drop in trucks on local roads.
With Albury residents maintaining responsible measures to limit their water usage, AlburyCity is keen to keep the positive vibes flowing.
Red guide posts on roads have popped up to signal the presence of noxious weeds.
Passenger safety at Albury Airport will be further upgraded this week with the introduction of checked bag screening (CBS).
Community invited to discuss two major issues before Council.
The battle between native fish and uninvited guests into their habitat will be the subject of the final Wonga Walkabout at Wonga Wetlands on Friday, 5 December.
Have your say in the future development of Albury's Central Business Districts.
Dissatisfied at the way in which the recent local government elections were conducted?
Playground torched at Patricia Gould Reserve
Keep your pet safe with a microchip and registration.
The final event in the Firing up Community Harmony project, the Big Schebang is on Sunday at the Community Wood Fired Oven.
The accolades continue for the LibraryMuseum.
It's free entry to the Albury Landfill on Sunday.
AlburyCity is again leading its NSW counterparts in determining development applications.
Limited watering of lawns for Albury residents.
Albury will host the 2010 Local Government Association of New South Wales Conference.
Motorbikes are out there, take care.
Tom Robert's portrait of William Hay (1891), a wealthy Riverina pastoralist is returning to Albury Art Gallery after a six week cosmetic conservation in Melbourne.
Council pays tribute to former Councillor and Mayor, Mel Read.
The LibraryMuseum has picked up yet another prestigious award.
AlburyCity will crack down on residents breaching water restrictions...
Police and Council will target unsafe driving in school zones.
1600 people will converge on the border this weekend as the Australian Army Apprentices Association celebrates the 60th anniversary of...
Methane gas generated from the Albury Waste Management Centre could soon be powering up to 1000 city homes.
Cost savings of up to $90K are expected from a decision to bulk buy diesel fuel for Council's plant fleet.
The concrete pour for the loading platform at the Colin Rees Group's Ettamogah Intermodal Hub is underway.
A recent Police and Road Safety operation caught 26 drivers using a hand held mobile phone while driving.
To celebrate Children's Week the LibraryMuseum will become a children's playground with a hands on play space taking over the exhibition space.
Australian icon, Vegemite, has reached a significant milestone producing its billionth jar of the famous Aussie yeast extract.
Run away to the circus by visiting the Step right Up exhibition at the Albury Art Gallery.
Keen gardeners will have the opportunity to learn how to be garden smart at a FREE workshop at Wonga Wetlands on Wednesday 5 November.
Cr Patricia Gould has been elected unopposed as Mayor of AlburyCity for the next 12 months.
AlburyCity has named its new head of Cultural Services.
AlburyCity's Sustainability Officer has been appointed Chairman of the NSW Local Government Sustainability Leaders Network.
AlburyCity is holding a community information session to give Hamilton Valley residents an update on the proposed Northern Valley development at the Albury Waste Management Centre.
Swimmer and dual bronze medallist Patrick Murphy will be a guest of honour at Sunday's local football and netball grand final.
Monday Night's Council meeting deferred for one week.
Great family fun and fitness is just a bike ride away
AlburyCity is turning to the community to help create a more sustainable future.
Written by Dr. Bruce Pennay from Charles Sturt University, 'So Much Sky' has been launched at the LibraryMuseum.
AlburyCity has issued development consent for a $2.4M commercial office in Wilson Street.
Tomorrow is white balloon day, in support of breaking the silence on child sexual abuse.
The River - life on the Murray-Darling features the lives of people who live, work and play along Australia's largest river system.
AlburyCity's work in alcohol management has been recognised in a national award.
AlburyCity has sponsored two students from Murray High School to attend a YouthLEAD environmental leadership workshop this weekend.
The opportunity for corporate carols partnership is now available.
Auditions for the 2008 Albury Carols by Candlelight are now open.
Learn about WIRES, wildlife rescue group, at the next Wonga Walkabout.
Have you ever wondered what that old lamp Auntie Jane gave as a wedding gift is worth? Do you have buried treasure in your shed? Find out if it's worth something!
The Ovens & Murray Football & Netball League finals series is about to begin and will culminate in Albury on Sunday 21 September with the Grand Final to be held at Lavington Panthers Oval.
At its meeting of 25 August 2008, Albury City Council accepted the recommendation of a joint working party...
Organisers of Stargaze 2008, the Astronomical Society of Albury Wodonga are thrilled at the response to their second annual astronomy event.
Albury residents should prepare for tougher water restrictions with the NSW State Government expected to instruct Murray River centres to move to level 3A or 4 within weeks.
AlburyCity has installed two mini lockers in QEII Square for use by cyclists, following community requests for somewhere safe to store cycling gear in Dean Street.
Albury Police warn that a blitz on mobile phone use while driving is just around the corner.
Approved construction worth $143 million was clocked up in Albury in the 2007-08 financial year following several years of unprecedented growth, making the city a shining example of regional prosperity.
Plans revealed to keep Albury's Australia Day celebrations at Noreuil.
Elm leaf beetle is continuing to devastate Albury's beautiful elms and is heading north.
AlburyCity has announced the appointment of Mr Brad Ferris as its new Director of Engineering.
AlburyCity has ranked well in a financial sustainability assessment in a report published by Review Today.
AlburyCity held an extraordinary council meeting on Thursday 17 July as a re-enactment...