Footy first, and the Pigeons have won a fiery encounter with the Rovers in Yarrawonga.
The premiers won by twenty-two points, but there was plenty of pushing and shoving towards the end...
And that's what grabbed everyone's attention.
To soccer, and Myrtleford has come from behind to win a goal-fest against Melrose yesterday.
The clash had everything and local fans got no shortage of action.
To netball, and Corowa-Rutherglen has handed North Albury their third straight defeat, winning a one-goal thriller on Saturday.
The Hoppers led at every change, but a spirited Roos side surged late.
An independent candidate has put up her hand to challenge Sophie Mirabella for the seat of Indi.
Indigo Valley businesswoman Cathy McGowan says she aims to win - but if not, she hopes to turn Indi into a marginal seat.
There were dramatic scenes in West Albury this morning when police tried to arrest a man sleeping in a car.
The 22 year old rammed a police car to try to escape - before taking off on foot armed with a baseball bat and knife.
Hundreds of pooches took to the park for the annual Million Paws Walk in Albury yesterday.
Four legged friends of all shapes and sizes turned out to raise money for the RSPCA.
Thieves have gone on a cross border crime spree over the weekend, stealing two cars on Saturday night.
Albury resident Rod Halsted is heartbroken.
His BMW is still missing - inside was his half complete auto-biography.
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Doctors say specialists are turning their backs on Albury/Wodonga Health, as it continues to struggle with chronic underfunding.
The region's only vascular surgeon has left, and there are fears more could go because they're missing out on work.
Walla football coach Craig Mannagh is back in Albury with his loving family, after spending a month in a Melbourne hospital.
The husband and father was left fighting for his life after he clashed heads with an opponent during a football game.
And while the Tigers are on the road, there's still footy action at Albury Sports Ground tomorrow.
The Bushies take on friendly rivals, the New South Wales-ACT Rams in the TAC Cup...
And for some, it's mate against mate.
Albury council will pressure the NSW Government for money to improve the region's roads.
It comes after a survey highlighted numerous blackspots, with the Riverina Highway at Lake Hume Village at the top of the list.
Albury coach Dan Maher says tomorrow's match against Wangaratta is the Tigers' sole focus at the moment, despite the looming blockbuster with Yarrawonga in a few weeks.
Injuries have been a recent concern at Tigerland, but Maher has full confidence
One of Albury's most famous historic events has been brought back to life at the Library Museum.
The "Floral Festival" turned Albury's CBD into a spectacular display of colour for more than 20 years.. with balls, parades and festival queens all par
A South Albury shed full of antique furniture was destroyed by fire overnight.
Police are investigating the cause of the inferno, with the damage bill expected to be in the thousands.
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