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Gary Ablett Junior stops by Hill End

By Zac Standish A Mid Gippsland League top of the table clash was surprisingly not the main attraction at the Willow Grove Recreation Reserve on...

Royal mail lands in Traralgon

By Liam Durkin TRARALGON teenager Sophie Goodwin received a great thrill recently, with a letter from Windsor Castle landing in her mailbox. The 13 year old...

Super blood moon in the skies of the Valley

STARGAZERS across the Latrobe Valley enjoyed a rare sight with a super blood moon last week. On May 26, the full moon passed through the...

Interest in new food precinct for Valley

By MICHELLE SLATERLATROBE City Council has welcomed a $10 million state government investment to kick-start a large scale food manufacturing precinct in Morwell.Latrobe City...

Societies appeal for council support

By MICHELLE SLATER Latrobe Valley district historical societies are hoping Latrobe City Council will give them a few extra coins for their annual operating grant...

Power of libraries on display in Latrobe City

By LIAM DURKIN LATROBE City Council recently launched the ‘Libraries Change Lives’ campaign. The campaign enables communities to demonstrate the value of libraries through their own...

Builder of health facility announced

The Mirboo North & District Community Foundation has announced Langden Construction of Traralgon as contractors to build a modern and spacious medical clinic and allied health facility on the main street of Mirboo North.

Sculptures will turn heads in Yinnar

Yinnar is being transformed into an outdoor public art space with the Gippsland Sculpture Exhibition to be officially opened on Sunday.

Cricket chaos

Latrobe Valley and District Cricket League finals plunged into disarray following protest

Thorpdale to host sheepdog trials

The Australian Kelpie will be showing off its vital farm skills at the Thorpdale sheepdog trials this weekend

Mates are three of a kind

The world of reserves football is truly unique.

Virtual festival rated a hit

About 5500 music fans logged on to hear some tunes on the weekend when the Boolarra Folk Festival went virtual instead of being held as a live festival in the park.

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Further easing of restrictions announced in time for school holidays

THE State Government has today announced further easing of restrictions for metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria, just in time for school holidays. The changes to...