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Lions’ double act

Moe and Centrals both made it two wins from two matches while clutch bowling at Jack Canavan Oval saw Traralgon West hold off Trafalgar.


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Newborough/Yallourn hold top spot

Newborough/Yallourn have established a 10-point lead at the top of the premiership table after their 1-0 victory over third-placed Falcons at the weekend.

MP calls for release of pondage report

ENGIE has confirmed it has provided Latrobe City Council with a final engineering report into the condition of the Hazelwood Pondage, amid community calls to have the report made public.

NGFNL Football – Cowwarr v TTU

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Decentralisation push

Nationals leader Peter Walsh was in the Latrobe Valley on Wednesday to spruik the Coalition's decentralisation fund which would inject $1 billion into regional Victoria over two terms.

Charity welcomes rehabilitation facility

A Morwell charity has welcomed the Labor government's move to establish a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility in town, however, they said it was "long overdue".

NDIS helps thousands in first year in Valley

More than two thousand people have now entered the National Disability Insurance Scheme a year after it rolled out in Inner Gippsland promising better support and funding for participants.

Online peer support for Gippsland carers

Carers in Gippsland will now be able to access an online peer support group to connect with other carers in the region and exchange experiences in the comfort of their own homes.

Cannabis crop houses a growing concern

Police uncovered an "elaborate and sophisticated" hydroponic marijuana crop house in Morwell following a raid at the property on Thursday.

More food bank volunteers sought

A Traralgon food bank is looking for volunteers to help with their increasing number of customers and is now considering opening shop for a second day each week.

Tarwin Valley councillor steps down

South Gippsland shire councillor Maxine Kiel quit amid allegations of "bullying, intimidation and harassment" from other councillors but still encouraged more women to stand for local council.

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