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Celebrating our newest graduates

By LIAM DURKIN THE latest cohort of Federation University graduates tossed their mortarboards in the air last week, officially bidding adieu to their studies. Graduates gathered...

Valley celebrates St Patrick’s Day

By LIAM DURKIN THERE was only one place to be on St Patrick’s Day. Flanagan’s Irish Bar, Traralgon was appropriately decked out in a sea of green,...

Body found after driver swept away in flood waters

The body of a Mirboo North man swept away in flood waters in Thomson yesterday has been located this morning. Police have been told the...

Yallourn fire under control

One worker at the Yallourn Power Station was taken to hospital amid a coal bunker fire that broke out at 6.30 this morning. The fire...

Delburn Wind Farm receives planning approval

Victoria's Planning Minister Richard Wynne has approved the planning permit applications for the construction of the Delburn Wind Farm. The farm, located in Central Gippsland,...

Government support for program

GIPPSPORT’S Gen-G on the go program has received funding from the federal government. Federal Member for Gippsland Darren Chester announced that GippSport had received more...

Local drivers set to feature on RBT

TELEVISION show RBT (Random Breath Tests) just wrapped up a visit to the Latrobe Valley. For four days, RBT police patrolled the Valley, taking drivers...

Laurie’s courage inspires Ben to launch Pedal 4 Prevention

A WARRAGUL man will be cycling for 24 hours straight to raise money for prostate cancer. Ben Cadby will set off from Glengarry at 6am...

Sustainable design on top

MOE local Samantha Dargan will have her work displayed at this year’s VCE Season of Excellence Top Designs exhibition. Samantha graduated St Paul’s Anglican Grammar...

Local butcher’s national call-up

AWARD winning Traralgon butcher Joel Young is set to represent Australia at the World Butchers’ Challenge (WBC) this year. Mr Young, co-owner of 3J’s Butchers,...

The Valley’s heart disease problem

GIPPSLAND’S rates of heart disease are significantly higher than other areas nationally, new data reveals. Due to a melting pot of risk factors, the region has...

Adventurous trip for Nana’s birthday card

A LOST birthday card sent by a Morwell grandmother has been returned to its owner. Workers the at Australia Post’s Gippsland Mail Centre were sorting...

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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