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Innovation could see dairy exports rise significantly

THE state government is working to keep raw milk fresher for longer as part of a trial that could unlock more export opportunities and...

Funding facilitates greater involvement for community

THREE local organisations are among those receiving funding for innovative community projects. The funding, allocated as part of the Latrobe Community Connection Grants Program from...

Power bills set to rise in 2022

A MORWELL-based company will develop and incorporate new processes of utilising recovered materials across the supply chain thanks to federal government funding. DASMA Environmental has...

LRH delays non-essential surgeries

Latrobe Regional Hospital has delayed all non-essential surgery to help ease the burden on resources due to an increase in COVID patients. LRH chief operating...

Latrobe’s crime statistics on decline

FRESH data released by the Crime Statistics Agency (CSA) has shown an overall decrease in ‘Criminal Incidents’ in Latrobe City. A total decrease of 15.2...

New density restrictions in Victoria

New density quotients were announced for hospitality and entertainment venues today, as well as changes to rapid antigen testing requirements. Health Minister Martin Foley announced...

Summer works on Gippsland train line

THE Department of Transport has announced coaches will replace trains along the entire Gippsland line early this year. From January 12 to February 10 coaches will...

Awards recognise Great Girl Guides of Traralgon

TWO Traralgon Girl Guides have been recognised for their achievements in 2021. Bridie Byrne and Kate Hibbins, both 17-years-old, have been members of the Traralgon...

Keeping your pets safe in hot weather

THE RSPCA is urging Victorians to keep pets safe and cool during summer. For animals who live outdoors, it is important that owners take note...

Gastro is on the rise in Victorian childcare

REPORTS surfaced recently of viral gastroenteritis outbreaks in childcare facilities across Victoria, including the Latrobe Valley. On Wednesday, December 22, the Department of Health announced...

New cap is announced for councils across Vic

THE state government has set a new 1.75 per cent rate cap for all Victorian councils - including Latrobe City - for the 2022/23...

Hay carters are urged to seek caution during this fire season

THE CFA is urging farmers to be cautious when cutting, baling and storing hay with the strong seasonal growth of pastures and crops. District 9...

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Latrobe Regional Hospital will enter Code Brown

From midday tomorrow Victoria's metropolitan hospitals and some regional hospitals will enter a Pandemic Code Brown, including Latrobe Regional Hospital (LRH). Minister for Health James...