Albury-Wodonga


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Albury-Wodonga

(ˈɔːbərɪ; -brɪ wəˈdɒŋɡə)
n
(Placename) a town in SE Australia, in S central New South Wales, on the Murray River: commercial centre of an agricultural region. Pop: 69 880 (2001)
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This section of Inland Rail is planned along 305km of existing rail corridor from metropolitan Melbourne to the Victoria-NSW border at Albury-Wodonga. This project will see enhancements of existing structures to provide increased clearances along the rail corridor.
After retiring from these post-military roles, he and his wife returned to Albury-Wodonga in 1997, living at Ebden on the shore of Lake Hume, where from 2000 he worked tirelessly to preserve the disused Wodonga to Cudgewa line as a rail trail, lobbying governments to ensure this Crown land was not sold.
The TEP has been delivered at the University's Albury-Wodonga campus since 1990, catering to approximately 25 mature age students each year, including many under-represented students.
"We were in dispute for so long, we all thought at different times that maybe the result wouldn't be anything like we were hoping for," Tracey, who works in the surgical ward of Albury-Wodonga Regional Health Service, said.
This resulted in Bill editing a local publication called Codswallop which was published for some years in the Albury-Wodonga region.
All students at the Albury-Wodonga campus learned first to play keyboard and then how to use this knowledge and skill to teach young children.
Mark Bollinghaus, owner of Albury-Wodonga Haus of Meat chain of stores, said he was stunned to find 90 per cent of the cash accompanied by a note slipped under the door of his store.
Publicists are rarely modest and in the late 1990s Albury-Wodonga's investment promotion body boasted that it was 'Beautifully placed'.
This document was produced by the authors based on their research for the report "Creating Synergies: Local Government Facilitating Learning and Development through Partnerships," and is divided into the following chapters: (1) Introduction; (2) Literature Review; (3) Albury-Wodonga: A Tale of Two Learning Cities; (4) ICE in the City of Casey; (5) Horsing around in Melton; (6) Governance Plus: Group Training in Inner Melbourne; (7) Research Method; and (8) References.
The couple have settled near Vince's home in the small town of Albury-Wodonga, where they are renovating a bungalow.
This survey contacted 2,700 small businesses by telephone in the Albury-Wodonga region and resulted in a response from 594 regional small businesses to an extensive 57 question survey.
The 2004 Society Biennial Conference was hosted by the Albury-Wodonga Branch on the NSW Labour Day Long Weekend, 2 to 4 October 2004.