Members of the disability self advocacy group New Wave are calling on VicRoads and Latrobe City Council to improve pedestrian safety along Commercial Road in Morwell where their offices are located.
Latrobe Valley community members will be encouraged to eat with traffic lights in mind through a free interactive training session encouraging healthy eating choices.
Loy Yang owner AGL sets aside about $600,000 a year to put towards a range of Latrobe Valley community groups and projects under its sponsorship program.
A Latrobe Valley Field Naturalists' group member has questioned the planning minister's decision not to require an Environmental Effects Statement for Australian Paper's proposed energy from waste project.
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Gippslanders are being encouraged to support local manufacturing and local jobs, by jumping on board a bulk-buy scheme to purchase discount solar systems.
Decommissioning of the Hazelwood Power Station was officially completed on the last day of May.
Mirboo North's Grand Ridge Brewery is proving that craft is best by taking out four medals at the prestigious Australian International Beer awards last week.
Remembered for his devotion to the community through scouts and bowls, Max Grubb was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in the General Division in the Queen's Birthday honours' list for his service to youth through scouts.
Raymond Francis James took on the presidency of the Trafalgar/Thorpdale RSL in 2007 believing it would a 12-month role.
Ian Nethercote says his recognition on the Queen's Birthday honours' list is a reflection of family support and the power industry's "brilliant minds" who stood by and supported him during his time at the helm of Loy Yang A.
The Traralgon Chamber of Commerce is reinventing itself after experiencing a massive drop in membership over the last five or eight years.