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Festival to showcase edgy art

The third annual 'Views from the Edge' Arts Festival in Mental Health Week will this year be held from 5 to 7 October at St Lukes Uniting Church, Morwell.

Swooping plays havoc

As nesting season begins Latrobe Valley cyclists and pedestrians are being warned to be on the look out for swooping birds. 

Pool project plans

TRARALGON is set to host to the biggest indoor pool in eastern Victoria after Latrobe City Council supported the concept design for the $30 million facility on Monday night. 

Colours for a cause

RAINBOW colours are being seen splashed throughout local towns as the annual Regional Rainbow festival prepares to kick off this weekend. 

Walhalla hopes to clean-up

THE famed Ghost Tours in Walhalla have received recognition at a state level after being nominated as finalist for the 2012 Keep Australian Beautiful Victoria awards. 

Science education for students

STUDENTS and teachers from Newborough, Traralgon South, Cobains and Toongabbie primary schools attended the CSIRO CarbonKids Climate Change workshops held at Toongabbie Primary School recently. 

Homes found for rescued pets

An animal rescue charity has found homes for 10 pets after a successful adoption day recently. 

Expecting life changes 

Being young, pregnant and often, lonely, there is not much for a mum-to-be aged under 25 years to do in the Latrobe Valley.

Honoured for achievements

He may have come to Australia at the tender age of 18 with few material possessions, but Eden "Fred" Di Sipio's hunger and determination to make a living was his biggest asset. 

Fun-draising run

Latrobe Smart Centre exceeded its target to raise $1000 funds to assist locals battling cancer in a charity fun run around the Morwell Civic Gardens on the weekend.

Bashers create smiles

Local entrants for the 2012 Variety Bash made a short pit-stop at the Latrobe Special Development School to visit the children before they head off on their 12-day journey to northern Australia.

Hands on learning

It is not everyday that an abundance of furry creatures visits you at school, except if you are a student at Flinders Christian College. 

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