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Would you live here?

Would you live here?

There are broken windows everywhere. Electrical wire hangs from walls riddled with graffiti.

The gift that keeps giving

The gift that keeps giving

The 'Buy local - shop Latrobe' gift card campaign has resulted in $44,000 being spent at Latrobe Valley ...

Police drug test blitz

Police drug test blitz

Police have detected more than 700 drug drivers across the region in the past two years, according to ...

Man airlifted to hospital

Man airlifted to hospital

A 36 year-old Traralgon man is recovering in hospital after sustaining substantial head injuries at a property in ...

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Maroons in Power play

Maroons in Power play

Following an outstanding performance by Traralgon at Warragul last week, the Maroons will be thirsty to seal the ...

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Eva West was bold for change

Eva West was bold for change

Traralgon’s Eva West was one of the first two Australian women to be admitted to the Commonwealth Institute ...

Cause close to her heart

Cause close to her heart

She may be just one person, but Morwell's Chelsea Townley is dedicated to changing the lives of many.

Salt of the earth

Salt of the earth

Moe resident Steven Fodor claims he has the sweetest figs and oranges.

Make your voice count

Make your voice count

Preparations are underway for the No Excuses! and Men Aloud Latrobe Valley community choir project which is set ...

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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 ...

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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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