Category Archives: Events

Worthy of a Darwin award nomination?

¬† Now you really have to wonder when even the great bastion of tactlessness that I am has to think long and hard about an opinion piece. I saw this¬†story in the Boredom Ale (border mail) through the week and … Continue reading

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Kerang truck driver to stand trial.

Christian Scholl, the Wangaratta truck driver facing 24 charges, including 11 counts of culpable driving and 10 of negligently causing serious injury following the now infamous Kerang rail disaster which killed 11 people in June of last year has pleaded … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Current Events, Events, Law, Media | 1 Comment

If you’re going to become a TV presenter, please learn to speak properly.

Here’s a little whinge I’m going to have for no other reason than because I can. With the Beijing olympics just around the corner, it’s on everybody’s lips, here’s something I notice and now, maybe you will too. Most of … Continue reading

Posted in Editorial, Events, Lifestyle, Media, Sports | 16 Comments

National Tree day Albury

National Tree Day is Australia’s biggest community tree-planting event and a day for all Australians to help out by planting native trees and shrubs at a Tree Day site in their local area. Since Tree Day started in 1996 more … Continue reading

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Tim Flannery to give Kerferd Oration

Tim Flannery… the man who demonstrated that all it took for a lefty environmentalist to become Australian of the Year under Howard was a preparedness to claim that Coal is Clean. Anyway, there is no denying that he’s one of … Continue reading

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