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Resilience of regional children

By ZAIDA GLIBANOVIC   WITH the 10th anniversary of the Hazelwood Mine Fire upon us, new research has found that children exposed to air pollution in...

Local hunters get the green light

By ZAIDA GLIBANOVIC   LOCAL hunters have rejoiced after the state government shot down the duck hunting debate, opting to keep the season in place. While recreational...

Hyland Highway slip needs urgent action

STAFF WRITERS   MEMBER for Gippsland South, Danny O'Brien is demanding the Minister for Roads, Melissa Horne, to step in to deliver an urgent solution to...

Opening doors for women in science

STAFF WRITERS   ON the ninth annual International Day of Women and Girls in Science (IDWGS), Gippsland Water is recognising staff who keep the taps running. Each...

Chester has “unfinished business” for Gippsland

STAFF WRITERS   FEDERAL Member for Gippsland, Darren Chester has been pre-selected unopposed as The Nationals' candidate for the next election, due to be held in...

Police Beat: Morwell bomb threat

Morwell bomb threat POLICE were called to a residence on Vary Street, Morwell, on Thursday (January, 25) after reports of a suspicious device. The unidentified device...

Walhalla’s Hollywood makeover

By LIAM DURKIN   WALHALLA and Hollywood are not two words you would ordinarily find in the same sentence. For a few days this month however, that...

Family violence a major issue

STAFF WRITERS   DEB Leonard, who ran for Monash in the previous federal election as an Independent, took part in 16 Days of Activism last year. The...

Doctor’s final farewell

By ZAIDA GLIBANOVIC   ASHLEY (Ash) Gordon, whose death in Melbourne after chasing two burglars was reported nation-wide, was a Latrobe Valley boy - and more...

Mistakenly taken

By ZAIDA GLIBANOVIC   IN a bizarre series of events, one mother's worst fears became a reality when she went to pick up her seven-year-old daughter...

EBA talks reach the boiling point

By ZAIDA GLIBANOVIC   OPAL Australian Paper has not budged in the latest round of Enterprise business agreement (EBA) negotiations. Workers at the Maryvale mill have been...

Future-proofing the farms

STAFF WRITERS   FEDERATION University Australia, in collaboration with the CSIRO and industry partner Foton Mobility, is undertaking research into reducing greenhouse emissions from the agriculture...

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Turning over a new leaf at Mirboo North

FOOTBALL MID GIPPSLAND By TOM HAYES   THE Mirboo North Football-Netball Club has turned over a new leaf, with the announcement of a new president and senior football...