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A $217m shot in the arm

A $217m shot in the arm

Premier Daniel Andrews has pledged $217 million for Latrobe Regional Hospital's stage three expansion if Labor wins the ...

Greens pick Caffrey

Greens pick Caffrey

Latrobe Valley teacher and stalwart environment campaigner Dan Caffrey is the latest candidate to throw his hat in ...

Jobs priority for independent

Tired of what he calls the Coalition's "empty promises", ex-military man and Moe resident Guss Lambden will run for the ...

Innovation fund pledge

Innovation fund pledge

Latrobe Valley businesses could access $9 million in grants in a proposed innovation program under an elected Coalition ...

First look at precinct

First look at precinct

Latrobe City Council has revealed the concept design for the much-anticipated Latrobe Creative Precinct and appointed Becon Constructions ...

Work underway on upgrade

Work underway on upgrade

A multi-million dollar redevelopment of the Morwell central business district which will improve lighting, create new garden areas ...

Helping paw for homeless pets

Helping paw for homeless pets

While visiting Melbourne one weekend, Churchill resident Geraldine McClure was struck by how many homeless people she saw ...

Arrests after uni car break-ins

Arrests after uni car break-ins

Three people have been arrested after allegedly breaking into several cars at Federation University Churchill on Wednesday morning.

Climate report concerns

Climate report concerns

Latrobe Valley brown coal-fired power generation would have to include total carbon capture and storage if the industry ...

Building to an election

Building to an election

A construction blitz is underway in the Latrobe Valley less than two months from the state election as ...

Sunbury says no asbestos

Sunbury says no asbestos

The Sunbury Residents Association is concerned trucking asbestos material from the Morwell Power Station to a disposal cell ...

Kinder funds promise

Kinder funds promise

Families and Children Minister Jenny Mikakos visited Morwell on Tuesday to announce a $1.7 billion commitment to building ...

Gillam on the block for gold

Gillam on the block for gold

Glen Gillam's dreams have been tinged with bronze since last year's Timbersports World Championships and he is determined ...

Wrestlers honour colleague

Wrestlers honour colleague

Victoria’s most renowned wrestlers will pay tribute to one of their own next month in an event where ...

First look at precinct

First look at precinct

Latrobe City Council has revealed the concept design for the much-anticipated Latrobe Creative Precinct and appointed Becon Constructions ...

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Gillam on the block for gold

Gillam on the block for gold

Glen Gillam's dreams have been tinged with bronze since last year's Timbersports World Championships and he is determined ...

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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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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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