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Police assault outrage

Police assault outrage

Latrobe’s Acting Inspector has called for tougher penalties to deter people from using police as "punching bags" after ...

Tackling violence

Tackling violence

Local service providers have welcomed the federal government's selection of the Latrobe Valley as one of five trial ...

Village plan to grow Gippsland

Village plan to grow Gippsland

Sitting inside a Morwell restaurant, newly-appointed Committee for Gippsland chief executive Sophie Morell outlines her plans for the ...

Diplomat in Morwell

Diplomat in Morwell

The Australian high commissioner to Malta her excellency Julienne Hince visited the Maltese community in Morwell on Monday ...

Pool revamp

Pool revamp

Mirboo North community members are celebrating after South Gippsland shire committed $3.6 million towards redeveloping the town's outdoor ...

Youth mentors sought

Youth mentors sought

Two programs supporting vulnerable young people are calling for volunteers to mentor and befriend youth with similar interests ...

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 ...

Petition to save Moe trees

Petition to save Moe trees

Staff Street residents in Moe have taken matters into their own hands to prevent the removal of mature ...

U3A embraced in Mirboo North

U3A embraced in Mirboo North

Mirboo North and District U3A is going gangbusters with more than 100 people enrolling in volunteer-run courses in ...

Sailors left high and dry

Sailors left high and dry

Two Latrobe Valley sailors will be waving the flag for Australia when they head to Japan in October ...

Children and woman airlifted

Children and woman airlifted

Three children and a woman were airlifted to hospital on Saturday night following a head-on collision between two ...

Projecting women’s roles

Projecting women’s roles

An Indigenous painting by local Kurnai Elder Aunty Eileen Harrison will be displayed on one of Loy Yang's ...

Toongabbie honours veterans

Toongabbie honours veterans

The Toongabbie Centenary of Armistice Committee is on the hunt for descendants of servicemen and women listed on ...

Making NDIS Headway

Making NDIS Headway

Since the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the region, a Newborough-based registered service provider has ...

Negative is positive result

Negative is positive result

Traralgon resident Rae Riley made her first blood donation in about seven years on Friday after hearing the ...

Diners to be offered water

Diners to be offered water

Latrobe Community Health Service is urging shoppers to scrap sugary drinks for water when buying a takeaway lunch ...

Making NDIS Headway

Making NDIS Headway

Since the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the region, a Newborough-based registered service provider has ...

Emerging artists win

Emerging artists win

One thing Morwell artist Mira Halpern-Wilson took away from her tertiary studies was the way a clay sculpture ...

Pool revamp

Pool revamp

Mirboo North community members are celebrating after South Gippsland shire committed $3.6 million towards redeveloping the town's outdoor ...

Youth mentors sought

Youth mentors sought

Two programs supporting vulnerable young people are calling for volunteers to mentor and befriend youth with similar interests ...

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 ...

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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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