An exhibition telling the amazing story of cinema icon Charlie Chaplin will open at the LibraryMuseum on Saturday – the first time the collection has ever been publicly shown in Australia.
Albury can look forward to some exciting new sporting and community developments, thanks to funding under the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund.
The Albury Swim Centre will open for the new season at 6 am on Monday 17 September.
AlburyCity is urging the community to take a stand to protect children from sexual abuse.
AlburyCity has launched a campaign to engage with the Thurgoona-Wirlinga community to help plan for high levels of growth in the area over coming decades.
Lives could be saved, thanks to the purchase of ten automated external defibrillators (AED) that will be installed at council facilities.
How many Charlie Chaplins can you fit into QEII Square? We’ll find out in October when Albury attempts to break a Guinness World Record for the most number of Charlie Chaplin lookalikes in one place.
Growth in the Albury Wodonga economy and support for existing businesses will be just two of the benefits expected from the newly-launched Invest Albury Wodonga campaign.
Hundreds of gleaming machines will bring a super-charged boost to the border economy when the Australian Street Rod Federation Nationals are held in Albury in April, 2021.
Thousands of netballers will enjoy state-of-the-art facilities, after AlburyCity Councillors voted in favour of a major redevelopment of J.C. King Park.