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Latrobe Valley community representatives to address parliamentary committee

Representatives from Latrobe City Council, Voices of the Valley and the Great Latrobe Park Group will be among the witnesses at a parliamentary inquiry...

Toms Cap Vineyard is on the market

ICONIC Willung South venue Toms Cap Vineyard has hit the market — with a price tag of $4.5 to $4.95 million. The sale includes the...

Leaney appointed as Baw Baw Mayor

Cr Michael Leaney was elected as Mayor of Baw Baw Shire on Wednesday night. Cr Leaney, who is a councillor in the East Ward, steps...

Two people arrested following alleged crime spree in Traralgon

Two people were arrested this morning following an alleged crime spree in Traralgon. A 22-year-old man and a 17-year-old girl, were arrested after an allegedly...

Hike to lighthouse supports local women

By ALYSSA FRITZLAFF Gippsland women have raised almost $12,000 to support other local women. Twenty women have banded together to hike to the Wilsons Promontory lighthouse...

Police out in force across Latrobe City, Baw Baw regions

Victoria Police will be highly visible on roads around the Baw Baw and Latrobe City regions in the lead up to Christmas. Starting this weekend, local...

I HEAR TELL

IT takes a bit to surprise even the most hardened of punters, but this story does just exactly that. The Morwell TAB agency on Buckley...

Further freedoms from tonight as Victoria hits 90 per cent double vaccination rate

PREMIER Daniel Andrews has announced nearly all remaining restrictions will be lifted statewide for fully-vaccinated people from 11.59pm tonight. With Victoria set to hit the...

Local business protects local kids

LOCAL business Cool Group of Companies has donated more than 5500 bottles of hand sanitiser to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to Latrobe...

Investment in being ready for bushfire season

THE state government has invested $517 million into bushfire preparedness. More than 600 seasonal firefighters have been recruited and trained in the lead up to bushfire...

House’s subtle change to its foodbank service

MORWELL Neighbourhood House (MNH) has made changes to its foodbank service delivery for unvaccinated participants. As of Monday, November 8, those not double vaccinated have...

Project showcases personal stories

GIPPSLAND Multicultural Services (GMS) have been gathering images and stories from local multicultural women for a COVID memory museum. The project is part of the...

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