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MGFL moves to fight merger

MGFL moves to fight merger

AFL Gippsland will push ahead with the merger of the Mid Gippsland Football League and Netball Association and ...

Community wins grants

Community wins grants

Latrobe Valley community, sporting and cultural groups have emerged as the major beneficiaries from $2.7 million in state ...

Rail concerns grow

Rail concerns grow

Traralgon East residents claim they are yet to receive "satisfactory" answers to questions they have asked about a ...

Town fears logging impact

Town fears logging impact

Mirboo North could suffer a 15 per cent downturn in tourism if the town's native forest is logged, ...

Dusty road concerns

Dusty road concerns

Member for Morwell Russell Northe has called on the state government to provide funding to seal a pair ...

MP continues funding push

MP continues funding push

Member for Morwell Russell Northe used Parliament's final sitting day this year to call for a commitment to ...

Masons open doors

Masons open doors

Community organisations and individuals are being encouraged to consider the Latrobe Valley Masonic Centre as a venue for ...

Cautious support for levy

Cautious support for levy

A Boolarra dairy farmer wants assurances that a newly-announced 10 cent-a-litre supermarket milk levy would go straight into ...

Back-to-back for Leongatha

Back-to-back for Leongatha

Leongatha have won back-to-back Gippsland League senior premierships with victory over Maffra in the grand final for the ...

Moe talent surprises

Moe talent surprises

A passionate muso is making Moe the music capital of Gippsland by putting local original musicians in the ...

FedUni digs into worm project

FedUni digs into worm project

Gippsland's giant earthworms, along with three species of elusive burrowing crayfish, will be under the microscope as part ...

Choir seeks new members

Choir seeks new members

Locals who can hold a tune are being invited to a join a small community choir in Budgeree.

Rallying for farmers

Rallying for farmers

Gippslanders are being invited to gather at Baromi Park in Mirboo North this weekend to fill a truck ...

Legging it to school

Legging it to school

Mirboo North primary students are preparing to leg it during a month of walk to school activities as ...

Mardi’s show of commitment

Mardi’s show of commitment

Traralgon South retired dairy farmer Mardi Symons is passionate about local agricultural shows which she believes should be ...

CCTV hunt for offender

CCTV hunt for offender

Detectives are reviewing CCTV footage following an assault which left an 83-year-old Morwell woman hospitalised on Friday.

Unit target violence

Unit target violence

A new family violence unit headed by specialist detectives is expected to help victims of abuse report their ...

Train plan crime fears

Train plan crime fears

Residents fear a proposed rail development on the outskirts of Traralgon could drive up crime and derail the ...

Turning back time in Morwell

Turning back time in Morwell

Morwell Historical Society member Kellie Bertrand had particular requests from her grandmother Joyce Cleary before she died in ...

NDIS is best outcome

NDIS is best outcome

A National Disability Insurance Scheme plan has not only helped a Yarragon man live a busy life again, ...

Blues clinch Thriller

Blues clinch Thriller

Rosedale have fended off Churchill in a fiery battle to take out the North Gippsland A grade netball ...

Bridge works to go ahead

Bridge works to go ahead

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal has cleared the way for the replacement of a bridge on Tyers ...

Town fears logging impact

Town fears logging impact

Mirboo North could suffer a 15 per cent downturn in tourism if the town's native forest is logged, ...

Dusty road concerns

Dusty road concerns

Member for Morwell Russell Northe has called on the state government to provide funding to seal a pair ...

MP continues funding push

MP continues funding push

Member for Morwell Russell Northe used Parliament's final sitting day this year to call for a commitment to ...

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MGFL moves to fight merger

MGFL moves to fight merger

AFL Gippsland will push ahead with the merger of the Mid Gippsland Football League and Netball Association and ...

Lions pride of Moe

Lions pride of Moe

Moe have dethroned defending champions Traralgon to record a historic victory and seal their first A grade netball ...

Back-to-back for Leongatha

Back-to-back for Leongatha

Leongatha have won back-to-back Gippsland League senior premierships with victory over Maffra in the grand final for the ...

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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