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Job Shadow Day at Bass Coast Shire Council
Bass Coast Shire Council hosted six individuals for Work Solutions Gippsland’s initiative, Job Shadow Day, last Thursday.

Surfing with the pros
The Bass Coast Council will host the Phillip Island Pro QS 1000 event from 27 – 30 October this year.

Fighting finish for the Breakers
Sunday 10 September was the perfect Spring day for a football match.

Corinella public art
Bass Coast Shire Council is on the lookout for an experienced and innovative artist to design and create a commissioned public artwork which will be situated in Harold Hughes Reserve, Corinella.

Join the car ferry conversation
Bass Coast and Mornington Peninsula Shire Councils are working on a project with the Victorian Government, to develop a business case for a car ferry between Cowes and Stony Point.

Emma Kealy MP

Report on Drug Injecting Rooms
Today’s report on drug injecting rooms does not recommend introducing them in Victoria.

Latrobe Local News

Construction of the Morwell to Traralgon shared pathway underway
Latrobe City Council’s contractors have begun construction of the first stage of the Morwell to Traralgon shared pathway.

Council Responds To Hazelwood Heritage Nomination
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning advised Latrobe City Council that the State Government has received and accepted a nomination to consider the Hazelwood Power Station for inclusion in the Victorian Heritage Register.

Strength-Led Transition Gets A Boost
Latrobe City Council’s community led transition document today received welcome support following the Victorian National’s support for a High Energy Low Emission Brown Coal Power Generator to be built in the Latrobe Valley.

Council seeks funding assurance
Latrobe City Council written to the State Coalition seeking assurances that all funding commitments for the Latrobe Valley announced since the closure of the Hazelwood Power Station would be honoured should the Coalition win the next State election.

Council Votes For CCTV In Morwell
Monday night’s Latrobe City Council Ordinary Meeting has given unanimous support to a report recommending CCTV for Morwell.

Gippsland Regional Aquatic Centre Development Underway
Latrobe City Council has commenced planning work to develop the $46 million Regional Aquatic Centre for Traralgon.

Keeping the lights on in Victoria
Statement from Leader of The Nationals Peter Walsh

Korean Dogs.Org Spams Council
Latrobe City Council is warning the community, especially parents, to be cautious about activating links within posts from on Facebook or Twitter.

Mayor Welcomes Opening Of Federal Latrobe Valley RJIP Funding
Mayor, Cr Kellie O’Callaghan today welcomed news that the Federal Government has opened the Latrobe Valley Regional Jobs and Investment Package.

Morwell Recreation Reserve Upgrade Underway
Detailed planning has commenced to deliver the $5 million infrastructure upgrade package announced in February.

Media Coalition

Labor promises on jobs at the Heyfield mill
There will be no job losses and will continue to finalised these arrangement

Melina Bath MP

Questions asked on Hazelwood barramundi
The Andrews Labor Government has refused to detail the cost of removing dead barramundi from the cooling Hazelwood pondage.

Have your say on rural speed limits
Reports that Daniel Andrews will reduce the speed limit to 70 km/h on unsealed country roads is just lazy policy by a lazy government, Member for Eastern Victoria Melina Bath says.

Bath highlights Labor’s TAFE neglect
Member for Eastern Victoria Melina Bath has spoken in parliament this week about the Andrews Labor Government’s neglect of the TAFE sector, referring to a recent report from the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office.

Bath calls out delays in foster carer payments
Member for Eastern Victoria Melina Bath has called on the Andrews Labor Government to fix a system that’s seeing foster carers being paid up to six months late.

Peter Walsh MP

Labor still not prepared to put East Gippsland jobs first
The Heyfield mill might be open, but the Andrews Labor Government continues to refuse to guarantee 250 jobs will remain at the mill.

All Heyfield jobs must be saved
The glaring omission in the Andrews Government’s confirmation of the Heyfield mill sale is a promise that all 250 jobs will be saved.

Labor’s Heyfield mill jobs promise in tatters
The Andrews Labor Government has broken its promise to the Heyfield community that jobs will not be lost at the Heyfield mill.






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