Bryce Eishold

Reporter

News and sports journalist, covering police and emergency services, football and netball, Gippsland Drive and occasionally writing for Gippsland Farmer. Get in touch: 5135 4434 or beishold@lvexpress.com.au

Latest Stories

CATS lead bushfire memorial

CATS lead bushfire memorial

More than 300 people attended the 10th anniversary event of the Black Saturday bushfires at Traralgon South, including the entire CATS Cricket Club.  

Proctor jailed for crime spree

Proctor jailed for crime spree

A man who went on a four-week violent crime spree across the Latrobe Valley last year has been sentenced to seven years behind bars.  

Northe urges people to speak up on mental health

Northe urges people to speak up on mental health

Morwell MP Russell Northe hopes an event encouraging people to 'speak up' against bullying and raise awareness about mental health will leave people in a "positive frame on mind" on Saturday.  

Sudanese recall fire fears

Sudanese recall fire fears

They may have come face to face with lions and run for months to escape bullets and bombs, but when a bushfire started at Traralgon South in 2009 sending ashes and embers onto roofs, the South Sudanese community was confused.  

David’s half-century of service

David’s half-century of service

David Amiet's stint in the editorial department writing movie reviews for The Express may have been short-lived, but his official roles with the paper over the years have been quite the opposite.  

Rider dies in Mirboo North crash

Rider dies in Mirboo North crash

A motorcyclist has died following a collision on the Strzelecki Highway near Mirboo North shortly before 11am on Sunday.  

Erica man faces child sex charges

Erica man faces child sex charges

An Erica man who was a member of a motorcycle group aimed at protecting children has been charged with more than 40 new child sex offences.  

Committal hearing set

Committal hearing set

Glenn Graeme Martyn, 53, charged with the murder of Traralgon woman Gayle Potter will face a three-day committal hearing in August.  

Ombudsman call on Steelvision

Ombudsman call on Steelvision

Morwell MP Russell Northe will this week write to the ombudsman and auditor-general to seek an urgent investigation into the decision which led to the state government giving Steelvision more than $750,000.  

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