Border Mail week in pictures: June 13, 2016

Border Mail week in pictures: June 13, 2016 June 12, Lavington – Grand Master Goshi Yamaguchi arrives from Japan to train at local dojo to celebrate 50 years or Goju Kai Karate-do in Victoria. Pictured is Shihans Brian Mackie, Iwan Pranatio, Goshi Yamaguchi, Gohei Yamaguchi, Alvaro Martos and Paul Starling. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 12, Rutherglen – Nationals candidate for Indi Marty Corboy wins the annual celebrity grape stomp with Rachelle Enever while current member Cathy McGowan looks on. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 10, Wodonga – Deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop visiting Wodonga to make a local community safety announcement before attending a roundtable of local youth leaders at Cafe Grove. Here pictured together with student Rebecca Marshall 18 from Wodonga Secondary College. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 11, Beechworth – Night Mountain Biking at Beechworth with Chris Doe. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 6, Wodonga – Carolyn Wood lost her dog Mylie three weeks ago and it was found in Adelaide. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 11, Yarrawonga – Jydon Neagle gets a handball off for the Wodonga Raiders in a game against the Pigeons. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 6, Lavington – Melisa Kinateder and her son Oliver, 5. Melisa’s home has been broken into several times. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 8, Wodonga: Jodie Larkins tries to shave music teacher Peter Klein’s beard for Shave 4 the athletes. The charity is raising money for students in the special olympics team. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 10, Wodonga – Area Manager Ryan McNamara and Health & Fitness Co-Ordinator Matt Frost from the Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre promoting their new youth obesity program. Picture: ALEISHA MCCARRON

June 9, Tallangatta – Tallangatta SES members are upset about having their funding cut by Towong Council. Pictured are Jean Blackwell, Brian Meyers, Elsie Hamlin, Maree Meyers, Bev Brunning, Don Blackwell, Stephan Bornholm and Russell Janszen. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 7, North Albury – North Albury rising netball star Nakita Singe. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 9, Myrtleford – McNamara Reserve, Myrtleford has secures funding for lighting upgrade. Pictured is McNamara Reserve President Bob McNamara. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 7, Wodonga – Alan Lappin in the Border Mail Studio for the Indi Candidates 2016 Portraits series. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 7, Albury. A truck goes under the Dean Street Bridge in stormy weather. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 7, Wodonga – A successful national heritage motoring day in Wodonga meant the club could donate $1000 to uniting care. Pictured are Uniting Care Agency Manager Naomi Jansen with Lynda Oates and Tilo Schmidt from Murray Heritage Motorists. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 8, Beechworth – Sheila and John Rademan Fox Gloves Bed and Breakfast at Beechworth and they are unhappy with the council’s running of tourism in the area. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 10, Wodonga – Steve Carne and Jodie Jones preparing for their second last lunch service at Broadgauge, Wodonga before they will be opening their new Deli in South Albury. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 7, Albury – Dr Rob Willis from Border Energetics uses NES therapy which is a diagnostic and treatment tool used to assist people and animals in the management of a range of illnesses. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 8, North Wangaratta – Resident Sue Chatfield is not concerned about lead contamination findings although she lives next door to the gun club where it originates from. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 8, North Wangarratta – Rovers Senior Coach Gary O’Keefe is upset lead contamination has forced the club to move all their games to other ovals and the financial loss for the club will have a great impact on the rest of their season. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 9, Albury – Albury-Wodonga representative hockey side. Pictured are Josh Verity, Jeremy Payne and Tony Donnolley. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 7, Rutherglen – Sgt Brian Curran of Rutherglen Police ahead of the walkabout. Police said they would increase their presence for this year’s event as a precaution against drunken behaviour. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

June 8, Lavington – NSW All Schools, Soccer, Riverina v North Coast, Maria Vitucci is shocked after she scored a goal from almost half the ground. Picture: MARK JESSER

June 8, Wodonga – Anita Geary of Yackandandah was diagnosed with cancer in 2014 and and is so grateful for the help she got from the McGrath Foundation during her illness. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG

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