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

Steelvision job shuffle

Steelvision job shuffle

Confidential documents reveal Steelvision sought to shuffle existing employees to its Morwell operation rather than create new jobs for Latrobe Valley workers, despite this being a requirement to obtain hundreds of thousands of dollars in Hazelwood transition funding.

Hinch hopes to clinch seats

Hinch hopes to clinch seats

Victorian Senator Derryn Hinch spent Friday travelling through Gippsland, including a stop in Moe, where he tipped Labor to win next month's federal election.  

Vandals hit Glengarry

Vandals hit Glengarry

Disheartened volunteers have issued a desperate plea to help find those responsible for ongoing damage and vandalism at the former Glengarry railway station.  

Two cars stolen in burglaries

Two cars stolen in burglaries

Two vehicles were stolen during separate burglaries in Morwell and Traralgon in the early hours of Thursday morning.  

Jobs lost as cafe closes

Jobs lost as cafe closes

Gippy Goat Café owner John Gommans says community support following the closure of the Yarragon establishment has been "remarkable" and has renewed calls for farmers' rights to be protected.  

No bail for accused

No bail for accused

Details have emerged in court about a man who allegedly attacked an 83-year-old woman in the bedroom of her Morwell home.  

Ombudsman waits on Steelvision report

Ombudsman waits on Steelvision report

Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass will wait for an independent report from the state government into Steelvision's funding before she decides whether the matter should be investigated by the watchdog.  

Doors close on 80 years of St Brigid's

Doors close on 80 years of St Brigid's

After serving the community for more than eight decades, Yallourn North's St Brigid's Catholic Church held its final thanksgiving mass on Saturday night.  

Rotary leads drug and detox talks

Rotary leads drug and detox talks

Detox and rehabilitation support for people affected by drugs and alcohol in the Latrobe Valley will be the focus of a series of community forums in the coming weeks aimed at discussing community concerns at a grassroots level.  

Verhoeven declares as independent for Monash

Verhoeven declares as independent for Monash

Local solicitor John Verhoeven is a familiar face around the Morwell court precinct, but from today he'll add a new string to his bow as an independent candidate for Monash in the upcoming federal election.  

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