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Close, but no cigar

A renowned Churchill town landmark is in the process of being formally named and recognised after locals had been incorrectly referring to it as...

Yallourn outage to continue amid national energy crisis

An outage at the Yallourn Power Station is expected to continue into late next week after two units went offline on Monday, amid a...
Traralgon police are seeking witnesses after a man was assaulted

Traralgon assault

Traralgon police are seeking witnesses after a man was assaulted in an unprovoked attack outside the shopping centre entry in Franklin street on Wednesday...

Yallourn outage to continue amid national energy crisis

An outage at the Yallourn Power Station is expected to continue into late next week after two units went offline on Monday, amid a...

Loy Yang A unit outage faces more delays

A prolonged unplanned outage at Loy Yang A has now been extended to late-September after technical assessments have been carried out on unit two. Operator...

End of era for Morwell market

A WELL-loved Latrobe Valley institution is coming to a close on Sunday as the Morwell Sunday Market will trade for the last time ahead...

Climate action on agenda of youth summit

By LIAM DURKIN STUDENTS from across Gippsland gathered at Federation University recently for a youth summit on climate adaptation. Primary and secondary aged pupils from as...

Gippsland Acoustic Music Club celebrates 40th this Sunday

After an accumulation of negative events in the last few years, including the pandemic and various natural disasters for many in local Gippsland communities,...

Potato festival’s future in doubt

By LIAM DURKIN THE beloved Thorpdale Potato Festival is on the brink of extinction. All incumbents of the festival's volunteer committee have signalled their intentions to...

Car versus building in Moe

POLICE said an 'elderly gentleman' crashed his car into the front door of the Chemist Discount Centre in Moe about 11am today. Emergency services were...

Chester falls short in Nationals leadership challenge

Gippsland MP Darren Chester has lost his challenge to lead the Nationals. David Littleproud was confirmed as the new federal leader of the National Party...

AGL cans demerger plan

Loy Yang A operator AGL has not ruled-out bringing forward closure dates for its coal-fired power stations after its proposed company demerger plans were...

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Another Morwell bank bites the dust

Another bank is departing Morwell with Westpac confirming it will close its Commercial Road branch on August 8. It means that the Morwell central business...
Anna Henley 50 years of service

50 years of service