April

  • Young performers needed for acoustic competition

    22 April 2015

    AlburyCity is on the hunt for young singer songwriters to enter the annual 'Addicted to Acoustic' competition.

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  • Geoff Williams holding Platypus

    Albury Platypus Secrets Revealed

    20 April 2015

    The secrets of the Albury platypus population, researched over the past five years by Australian Platypus Conservancy biologists, will be revealed in an illustrated and free presentation at Albury's Wonga Wetlands on Wednesday 29 April at 7pm.

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  • The Trumpet Calls

    16 April 2015

    Albury's involvement and contribution to WW1 and the extraordinary stories of the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice are being told through a compelling new exhibition at the LibraryMuseum. The Trumpet Calls, is AlburyCity's tribute to the ANZAC Centenary.

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  • police officer holding speed radar

    Speeding Campaign has mixed results

    14 April 2015

    AlburyCity's 'no sign no brainer' campaign has had mixed results with a reduction in speeding in only three of the five targeted streets.

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  • fingers on keyboard

    Albury included in latest NBN rollout

    01 April 2015

    AlburyCity Mayor, Kevin Mack, has welcomed news that up to 9000 homes and businesses across a large part of Albury are a step closer to getting the National Broadband Network.

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  • March

  • Matt Ballin

    Thumbs up for Lavi oval

    27 March 2015

    Manly Warringah Sea Eagles CEO, Joe Kelly, and player, Matt Ballin, have given the Lavington Sports Ground the thumbs up for Easter Saturday's Round 5 clash against Canberra Raiders.

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  • a utility box in new wrapping

    Creative approach to tackle graffiti

    25 March 2015

    Some of Albury's most iconic buildings will soon be replicated in miniature form as part of AlburyCity's creative graffiti management strategy.

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  • children laying in sand pit at Banjora

    National Award for Albury OOSH

    25 March 2015

    Albury Out Of School Hours (OOSH), operated by AlburyCity, has been awarded the highest rating a service can achieve under the National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care.

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  • Backhoe and truck

    Kerr Road to undergo $1.9M upgrade

    24 March 2015

    Border based company, Excell Gray Bruni, has been awarded a $1.9M contract to reconstruct Kerr Road in Thurgoona.

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  • young boy in pool

    No extension to pool season

    23 March 2015

    AlburyCity has decided against extending the Albury Swim Centre season, saying the additional operating costs are prohibitive.

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