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Coalition PSO plan for Traralgon

Coalition PSO plan for Traralgon

Eight protective service officers would be deployed at the Traralgon taxi and bus exchange under a Liberals-Nationals government ...

Storage units targeted

Storage units targeted

Daring thieves are breaking into storage sheds in the Latrobe Valley in what police have described as a ...

Historian supports stacks

Historian supports stacks

Centre for Gippsland Studies director and history professor Erik Eklund has thrown his support behind the retention of ...

New home for New Wave group

New home for New Wave group

Disability self-advocacy group New Wave Gippsland has found a new home at the Tipping Foundation building in Morwell ...

Aldred thanks Gippsland

Aldred thanks Gippsland

Former Committee for Gippsland chief executive Mary Aldred has thanked Gippslanders after she was last week announced as ...

Toxic ash concerns

Toxic ash concerns

A Latrobe Valley environmentalist and an Environmental Justice Australia lawyer have expressed concerns around potentially toxic ash which ...

Positive parenting aid

Positive parenting aid

Moe mother of two Lauren Bassman has realised "it's not going to be all good days" when it ...

Empowering workshops

Empowering workshops

A series of workshops run by the United Muslim Sisters of Latrobe Valley is designed to empower women ...

Giving back with yoga

Giving back with yoga

Jane Darling Sloyan began her journey with yoga because she found it a beautiful way to start the ...

History uncovered by DNA

DNA from hair samples taken from Indigenous Gippslanders in the 20th century is being studied to reconstruct the genetic history ...

Acknowledging historical roots

Acknowledging historical roots

The descendants of a prize-winning Yinnar South orchardist John Frederick Deppeler held a ceremony at Dandenong Cemetery on ...

Students unite to stay

Students unite to stay

A petition calling for Monash University to change its policy which allows only students of its undergraduate course ...

Drug drivers caught

Drug drivers caught

Police caught three people drug-driving in five hours at the weekend in the Latrobe Valley.

NDIS call centre jobs announced

NDIS call centre jobs announced

An NDIS call centre opened in Newborough yesterday will provide employment opportunities for people living with a disability, ...

Yarragon gardening event

Yarragon gardening event

During a sunny July morning in Traralgon, biodynamic farmer Ian Onley admires an abundance of leafy silverbeet in ...

Picturing our history

Picturing our history

The Traralgon and District Historical Society will celebrate the Centenary of Armistice for History Week a little bit ...

LVA aware of funds push

LVA aware of funds push

Latrobe Valley Authority chief executive Karen Cain has said the LVA was aware of Latrobe City Council's application ...

Sweet directorial debut

Simon Hemming has held many roles with the Latrobe Theatre Company over almost 25 years, but has never directed a ...

Pool plans unveiled

Pool plans unveiled

The much-anticipated Traralgon pool will feature eight Olympic-length lanes and seating for 500 spectators along with a host ...

Echidna study focus on scat

Echidna study focus on scat

Gippslanders are being invited to join an Australia-wide hunt for echidna poo for an Adelaide university study into ...

Solar to power public halls

Solar to power public halls

Latrobe Valley community halls and recreation reserves are getting free solar systems thanks to a Victorian government scheme ...

Bush medicines analysed

Bush medicines analysed

A Mirboo North herbalist is working in collaboration with local Kurnai elders to find the healing properties in ...

Toxic ash concerns

Toxic ash concerns

A Latrobe Valley environmentalist and an Environmental Justice Australia lawyer have expressed concerns around potentially toxic ash which ...

Positive parenting aid

Positive parenting aid

Moe mother of two Lauren Bassman has realised "it's not going to be all good days" when it ...

Empowering workshops

Empowering workshops

A series of workshops run by the United Muslim Sisters of Latrobe Valley is designed to empower women ...

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Pavilion thrills all Tigers

Pavilion thrills all Tigers

Construction of a new pavilion is under way at Morwell Recreation Reserve and none are more excited than ...

Traf out to muzzle Dogs

Traf out to muzzle Dogs

With just a month of home and away football remaining, Trafalgar will be looking for a series of ...

Community

Tapping into classic king

Tapping into classic king

Vika Bull is half of the vocal power behind next month's Morwell evening of Carole King's classic 1971 ...

From ship to shore

From ship to shore

In 1994, Melbourne journalist Tony De Bolfo embarked on a quest to learn about his family's migration to ...

Pearl noches up a century

Pearl noches up a century

Celebrating a century of life, Pearl Shine said "good, tidy living" was her number one tip for health ...

Council tackles dumping

Council tackles dumping

Latrobe City Council believes it has identified the culprits behind rubbish alleged to have been dumped at Toms ...

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Opinion

No time to waste

Editorial- There's much we still don't know about how the State Government's $40 million Latrobe Valley transition plan ...

A positive start

The mass congregation of young people at Morwell's new skate park following its long-awaited opening last week proved ...

Local government matters

OPINION: Latrobe Valley voters have less interest in their local council than any other tier of government.

A lesson in inattention

WHEN Latrobe City Council decided last week to move forward with plans to revitalise Moe, a packed town ...

Local government matters

OPINION: Latrobe Valley voters have less interest in their local council than any other tier of government.

A lesson in inattention

WHEN Latrobe City Council decided last week to move forward with plans to revitalise Moe, a packed town ...

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