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Australian Paper cuts deep

Australian Paper cuts deep

ABOUT 200 workers rallied outside Australian Paper's Maryvale mill on Friday, outraged by the company's move to employ ...

Change of the guard

Change of the guard

The Gippsland Trades and Labour Council has vowed to continue its fight for social and community justice under ...

Glimpse into history

Glimpse into history

A SHRINE to all things gloriously Holden will adopt its Gippsland home in Trafalgar this weekend, when the ...

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Cup filled with Limonade

Cup filled with Limonade

MICK Price import Count of Limonade made short work of the Moe Cup at long odds last Thursday ...

League responds to Warragul's woes

GIPPSLAND League chair Terry Flynn has responded to Warragul Football Netball Club president Vin Walkinshaw's comments regarding the club's abandoned ...

Boo's journey to cheers

Boo's journey to cheers

Nyaboora Gai was just a typical student playing netball until her skills in the sport were recognised. Also ...

Penney on the money

Penney on the money

DIANE Penney is worth her weight in gold, and now green as well, on the bocce court.

Students railroad Raiders

Students railroad Raiders

EX Students and Glengarry both remain undefeated after big wins in round two of Traralgon and District Cricket, ...

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Celebrating love and peace

Muslims in Gippsland are invited to attend the celebration of Eid-Ul-Adha at the Federation University Student Union Hall on Sunday ...

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Thursday, October 30

Like a female Tom Cruise, Tea Leoni encapsulates in one,glare all that's revered about the all-American hero.

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Opinion

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 ...

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