Border breakfast wrap-upMonday, July 25, 2016

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Winter photo competition entry, wombats come out of their burrows to warm up in the snow. Photo taken 16th July 2016 on Mt Jack. Picture: DEBORAH KAHNGood morning Border, Albury-Wodonga, Wangaratta and Benalla11 with rain increasing.
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Beechworth 10, Corryong 9 and Rutherglen 12.

Mount Hotham -3, Falls Creek -2 and Mount Buller -1.

►Advert spurs racial debateBeechworth Sweet Cocustomers have backed the inclusion of a golliwog in aTV advertisement for the lolly shop, arguingbanning it was“political correctness gone ridiculously far”.

►Albury’s Anglican headquarters to host discussion over approach to plans for mosqueAn interfaith forum on Monday is aimed at ensuring Albury avoids the anger and violence which has accompanied the planning of a mosque in Bendigo. Read more.

►Policeman hitby amotorbike at car parkA motorcyclist, who had beendrinking alcohol, allegedly struck a policeman with his bike in Albury’s Volt Lane car park at the weekend. Read more.

►Damaging wind gusts to return to the North East Monday eveningThe wild weather that saw parks turn into swimming pools in Wodonga on Friday could returnon Monday evening with the Bureauof Meteorology issuing a warning for strong winds. Read more.

►Thunder inflict more pain on scoreless foesAlbury Thunder kept arch rival Tumbarumba scoreless for the second time this season by trouncing the Greens 44-0 at Greenfield Park on Sunday.Read more.

State of the nationNeed anational newssnapshot first thing? We’ve got you covered.

“It’s not like you’re going to say, ‘he’s racist,’ to milk a penalty’. Jimmy Storer says a claim of racism should have stopped play. Picture: Sylvia Liber

►ILLAWARRA:Former NRL playerJimmy Storer is calling out an alleged racist slur that has sent a wave of discontent through the Port Kembla Blacks community.Mr Storer’steammate has told a judicial hearing an opposing player called him a“black coconut c–t’ during a game last month. Read more

►HUNTER: Singleton’s Cody Heffernanand Gresford’s Lachie Richardson have again proven themselves to be among Australia’s best bull riders, after clinching the top spotsin the Professional Bull Riding National Final in Sydney at the weekend. Read more

► WIMMERA: A primary school-aged boy has been airlifted with head and chest injuries and four more have been treated after the car they were travelling in hit a fallen tree at the weekend.Read more

► HUNTER: The Upper Hunter is the defect capital of NSW, withSingleton and Muswellbrook revealed as the worst offenders in the state as part of apolicecrackdown on non-compliant vehicles.Read more

► MT ISA:Police have located a 25-year-old man alive after he went missing following a fataltraffic crash south ofCroydon. Read more

Stuck living in a single room in his Thirroul business, senior citizen Wesley Crittle can’t move into his new house behind it because his has to pay $15,000 to get a gas meter installed. Picture: Robert Peet

► ILLAWARRA:Wesley Crittlehas built his new home but he can’t move in –because he has to pay$15,000 to get a gas meter.Continue reading

► BALLARAT: The craze for collecting Pokemon Go has taken an ugly twist in Ballarat, with a team of young fans being terrorised by a late night ram raid on their car. Read more

A fallen tree in Clinton Street, Orange after the city was battered by strong winds on Friday night.

► ORANGE:Windgustsof more than 80km/h wreaked havoc in Orange on Friday night and Saturday morning, felling trees and leading to power outages across the city. Photos, story

►TASMANIA:Thoseclose to Launceston doctorRenu Singh fear she is being pressured by Indian authoritiesto “change her evidence” against her violent former husband Lokendra Singh.Renu remains trapped in her native India, 10 months after Singh was found guilty of trying to murder her. Read more

Bunbury triathlete Ryan Bailie, with Australian teammates Emma Jackson, Jake Birtwhistle and Charlotte McShane, has used a World Triathlon Series event in Hamburg, Germany as his final hit out before the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Photo: Tommy Zaferes.

► BUNBURY:As BunburytriathleteRyan Bailie continues his push towards the2016 Olympics, he enjoyed his final pre-Rio hit outwith a World Triathlon Series race in Hamburg, Germany. Read more

► CESSNOCK:Cessnockjail’s population will more than double to 1800 inmatesin a proposed expansion which will create an extra 430 permanent jobs and helpease the state’s bulging prison system. Read more

► SOUTH AUSTRALIA:South Australians with state ambulance cover will now pay the priceif they call an ambulance whileinterstate, after state government announced a new two-tiered scheme for the insurance. Read more

Vigilance: Inspector Dan Skelly from Orana Local Area Command with some of the firearms that have been stolen from rural properties. Photo: BEN WALKER

►DUBBO:The battle to curb the rural crime plaguing the Orana region and beyond has moved into the spotlight.The state’s peak body for farmers has called for more police and tougher penalties for trespassing. Read more

National news Peter Shaw, butcher of The Meat Store in Bondi Junction. Photo: Edwina Pickles

► Meat continues to be the meal of choice for Australians, who are spending $378 million a week on meat to cook at home.Read more

►Multiple women claim they were left with scarred, blotchy or infected skin after receiving laser treatments from a Canberra beauty therapist, renewing calls to regulate the beauty industry in the ACT. Read more

►Malcolm Turnbull will introduce new national laws that would allow jailed terrorists who still pose a risk when their prison terms expire to be held indefinitely as his first order of business when Parliament resumes at the end of August.Read more

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International news

► INDONESIA:A Nigerian man facing imminent execution in Indonesia tearfully told a court that police electrocuted his genitals to force him to confess to possessing heroin. Read more

►LEBANON:Bailed ‘child recovery’ expert Adam Whittington free to leave Lebanon after ban lifted. Read more

On this day1851: An uncredited diary entry describes the ‘Yowie’ of southeast Queensland in detail.

1862: After successfully crossing Australia from south to north, John McDougall Stuart raises the British flag at the mouth of the Mary River.

1973:The numbat is proclaimed as Western Australia’s official faunal emblem.

2000:113 people are killed as the Concorde crashes just north of Paris.

The faces of Australia:Hung Kee and Thang Shien TYING THE KNOT: Burmese refugees Hung Kee and Thang Shien overcame years of persecution and pain to finally unite and marry.

Ithas been dubbed a fairy tale ending toWagga’s ultimate underdog story.

Persecution, political oppression and red tape tore Hung Kee and Thang Shien apart for nearly nine years, but love finally brought them together.

Their story came to a fitting closure on Saturday whenthe two Burmese refugees tied the knot and married in theLady of Fatima Catholic Church. Continue reading

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