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AGL demerger plan Accel-erating

By Michelle Slater The operator of the Loy Yang A power station is forging ahead with a demerger plan which includes splitting the company's coal...

ELECTRIC BLUE: State government asks electric vehicle manufacturer if it will ever build factory...

By Michelle Slater The state government is asking an electric vehicle manufacturer if it plans to follow-through on an agreement to build a factory in...

Morwell woman charged over Christmas Eve fatal collision

Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives have charged a 65-year-old woman today following a fatal collision at Flynn on December 24 last year. The Morwell woman...

Mid Valley the home of fun this school holidays

THE school holidays are in full swing and Morwell’s Mid Valley Shopping Centre is beaming with life as parents look to get their children...

Pfizer vaccine rolled out to Gippsland GPs from today

FOURTEEN general practices across the Gippsland region will be rolling out the Pfizer vaccine from today. The list includes Breed Street Clinic in Traralgon, Yarragon...

Local timber spurned by state government in favour of European option

By Philip Hopkins A European company has been chosen above Heyfield's Australian Sustainable Hardwoods to supply a major timber structure for Melbourne's new underground Anzac...

Call for inquiry into Yallourn’s woes

By Michelle Slater Environment groups are calling for a public inquiry into the Morwell River Diversion as regulatory approvals have been granted for EnergyAustralia to...

State seat of Morwell boundary to remain the same

By Michelle Slater The state seat of Morwell remains unchanged under proposed electoral boundary reviews released earlier this week by the Victorian Electoral Boundaries Commission. The...

Track project progressing j-ust nicely

Works on the new Traralgon greyhound track received a major boost this week, with the state government investing $3 million into the project. The new...

Be on the alert for flood scammers

Latrobe Valley flood victims are being urged to stay alert as scammers look to take advantage of those at their most vulnerable. Commonly referred to...

BlazeAid to assist recovery

BLAZEAID is in the Yinnar area to assist the surrounding community in their storm recovery efforts. BladeAid have set up a camp at the Yinnar...

Mammoth job ahead

THE recent storms that tore through Gippsland left behind a trail of chaos and devastation, now with the clean-up well underway local contractors are...

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Aoife’s Olympics comes to a close

TRARALGON'S Aoife Coughlan's Olympic debut came to a crushing end in the Round of 16 of the Women's 70kg Judo event yesterday, falling to...