A piece of missing history relating to one of the border’s most remarkable events has been returned to AlburyCity after an absence of almost 40 years.
A new era in public safety has begun, with a network of CCTV cameras now operational across central Albury.
The much-anticipated opening of the Kiewa Street multi-deck car park is scheduled for Saturday 16 December, subject to final safety approval by the NSW Fire and Rescue Service.
Works on the first stage of the Lavington Sports Ground redevelopment have been delayed after a large quantity of soil base material on the site, which was to be used on the new sports field, was found to be unsuitable.
Albury’s Border Bash 2 will offer a unique cricket experience for corporate and social groups on Tuesday 12 December from 5pm.
The Mayors of AlburyCity and Wodonga Council have signed an historic agreement, pledging to work more closely together to plan, grow and develop the region.
Thousands of tonnes of pine logs are being turned into valuable wood chips at AlburyCity’s Waterview Wastewaster Treatment Facility.
People of all ages and fitness levels are now able to tone up by the side of the Murray River, thanks to the opening of AlburyCity's new fitness station at Noreuil Park.
The LibraryMuseum team is beginning the mammoth task of assessing about 20,000 archaeological artefacts found below the old Telegraph Station and Town Hall (now the site of MAMA).
AlburyCity is urging the community to take a stand to help protect children from sexual abuse.