TWO of the Latrobe Valley's power generators have been told their briquette supply from Industrial Energy's Energy Brix is "uncertain" past November this year.
MOE was heralded as the "centre of talent" on the weekend as students wowed an audience of about 3000 people with their powerful voices at the Moe Schools' Superstars competition.
FIVE local Victoria Police members were honoured in an "unusual commendation" from Ambulance Victoria for outstanding efforts in providing assistance at a traumatic scene in Moe last year.
Years of hard work have resulted in a significant upgrade to the Traralgon East Community Centre.
The Alberfeldy community is fuming following Baw Baw Shire Council’s refusal to improve road conditions from Thomson Dam to Aberfeldy.
THE significance and future of the Grand Strzelecki Track to the region has been cemented after a local bank contributed an additional $6000 towards the maintenance and success of the track.
NEARLY 30 young unplaced Gippsland apprentices have been suspended by a local training organisation due to "financial reasons".
INDUSTRIAL action at Loy Yang Power Station has been averted, with unions landing an 'in principle' agreement with the company on Saturday.
ILLEGAL weapons, unregistered vehicles, false number plates and unlicensed drivers were busted during last week's crackdown on illegal road-users.
WORKER safety continues to be compromised across the power sector, as it faces ongoing restructures, maintenance cutbacks and future uncertainty, according to industry unions.
MOE'S Allan Buhagiar laid trapped for 30 minutes, as rescue crews scrambled to free his arm from underneath a six-tonne door.
THE sister-city bond between Takasago, Japan and Latrobe City has been strengthened following the recent Traralgon Judo Club trip.