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More action likely

NEGOTIATIONS between teachers and the State Government have culminated in a "disappointing" outcome according to a key Gippsland union spokesperson.

Roadmap work underway

WORK on a 'roadmap' for the Latrobe Valley's future development, steered by the State Government, is progressing well, according to Deputy Premier Peter Ryan.

Upgrades for facilities

AN urgent request for the upgrade of the Rosedale Recreation Reserve has earned the sporting facility an injection of $327,032 in grants from the State Government.

Property pumps economy

Property industry activity was more significant in the Latrobe Valley than almost all other Victoria regions, pumping more than $1 billion into the state's 'property industry gross product' in 2009-10.

Main drain drags on

MINISTERIAL intervention could be required to address a possible stand-off over the Morwell main drain, according to Advance Morwell.

Positive report slammed

A REPORT released by the Department of Transport has been slammed by Latrobe Valley bus commuters who continue to fight against the changes recently made to the services.

We’re not ‘party police’

CONTINUOUS weekends of unruly behaviour has caused Latrobe Valley police to plead with party hosts to "know the laws".

‘Hand-up, not hand-out’

LOCAL Foodbank agencies are, collectively, feeding thousands of Latrobe Valley individuals and families each month.

Need for youth short-stay service

GIPPSLAND has a "pressing need" for a new short-stay youth mental health service, the State Opposition claimed last week.

Love your library

CHILDREN are being encouraged to pick up a book and join their local library following the launch of 'Victorians Love Libraries'.

Action plans for Valley released

SEVERAL of the Latrobe Valley's key leadership groups have released action plans for the region's future as they seek to fight forecast economic declines.

Support services to access funds

LOCAL support service providers for vulnerable children and their families will be able to access a new $5 million Federal Government funding program.

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