AlburyCity delivers a wide range of community services, programs and activities for local residents, often in partnership with other local service providers.
AlburyCity continues to acknowledge the reconciliation process by taking a leading role in a range of community initiatives.
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There are five community centres in Albury. Each offers a different mix of services but all provide learning opportunities through group activities and short courses.
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Information on services and facilities for people with a disability or accessibility issues.
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Information about grant funding, both Council and non-Council.
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AlburyCity's annual medical scholarship program was launched in 2007 following recognition that there was a shortage of Doctors in the area.
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Becoming an Australian Citizen represents a commitment to Australia and its people, the values we share and our common future. Find out more about becoming a new Australian citizen today.
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As a new resident, you join a culturally rich, diverse and active community.
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This guide is a joint initiative of AlburyCIty and City of Wodonga . It details contact information for a wide range of organisations, groups and clubs in our region.
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Justice of the Peace (JP) services are available across three sites at Albury City Council. Times and days for JP Services are displayed.
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