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Anzac Day – Tyers

IT is ironic that in the fields of Gallipoli 97 years ago, Australian soldiers fought and died among the perfumed scent of rosemary, growing wild in the fields.

Anzac Day – Yinnar

FOR, David Nutt, the master of ceremonies at the Anzac Day Commemoration Ceremony in Yinnar, this year's Anzac Day was especially significant

Anzac Day – Walhalla

THE firing of the historic cannon set an eerie atmosphere at the Walhalla Anzac service which paid tribute to Australian service men and women.

Anzac Day – Newborough/Yallourn

YALLOURN/Newborough Anzac service attracted more than 200 people. Royal Australian Air Force guest speaker Geoff Adams expressed his concerns over recent media coverage about commemorating military history.

Drivers to benefit

UP to an additional 27 disadvantaged young drivers each year in the Latrobe Valley may reap the benefits of an ongoing learner driver-mentor program.

Anzac Day – Traralgon

The Anzac spirit was ignited by Traralgon's children yesterday as hundreds marched through the streets, bringing to life the story of Australia's brave soldiers.

It’s time to act now

THE events of last week in the Latrobe Valley typified the roller coaster the region is on right now.

Mining export region dismissed

A VICTORIAN senator and a university academic this week dismissed talk of the Latrobe Valley becoming a mining export region.

Latrobe Valley Anzac Day services

Anzac Day service across the Latrobe Valley.

Traralgon flood mitigation ‘crucial’

FLOODING overlays on properties close to Traralgon Creek and the slow rising of water levels have aroused fears among property owners.

Thefts disrupt program

MOE’S South Street Primary School community has been left upset after the recent theft of three of their pets.

Honour for Kurnai student

NOT many 17 year olds can claim to have spoken in front of senior government politicians, but with an audience including Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Garrett in Australia’s capital, Kurnai College student Kane Armistead can.

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Harriers enjoy warm conditions

ATHLETICS TRARALGON HARRIERS By MOLLY IRVINE LAST Thursday night's run saw 50 runners and walkers complete a mildly warm 5km three-lap course. The course took runners along Park...