Bass Coast Local NewsAwarding accessibility in Bass Coast
Businesses improve access through funding
Cowes Wins this Year’s Bike Ed Challenge
Cowes Primary School has won this year’s annual Bass Coast Bike Ed Challenge.
Youth Workshop an Educated Future for Bass Coast
‘Tertiary Advocacy Forum’ designed to explore challenges and opportunities around access to tertiary education for young people in Bass Coast.
Bass Coast continues advocacy with Ministers
Increased focus on the seat of Bass in the lead up to the State Election. Council grabs opportunities to be heard.
Bass Coast Shines at Gippsland Business Awards
Bass Coast Businesses were winners at the annual Federation Business School Gippsland Business Awards.
Businesses Improve Access through Funding
Improved access for all abilities from funding by the Rural Access program.
Thompson Reserve Lights up the Stars
Thompson Reserve in Inverloch lit up.
CEO Announces February Departure
Bass Coast Shire Council CEO, Paul Buckley PSM leaves position.
Erosion: A Number One Priority for Bass Coast
Bass Coast Shire Council working closely with the Department of Environment Water Land and Planning (DEWLP), and the community to address the serious level of erosion at Cowes East, Cowes and Inverloch foreshores.
Stock on Roads
Dangerous stock on roads.
Winners are Grinners at the Bass Coast Business Awards
See the winners in the Bass Coast Shire Council’s annual Business Awards.
Harriet Shing MPMillion-Dollar Revamp for Morwell’s CBD
Morwell’s CBD is set to undergo a streetscape upgrade.
Delivering a New Junior Secondary School for Phillip Island Families
Greater access to secondary education for for Phillip Island families.
Funding Boost to Re-Train Latrobe Valley Workers
Fund for new skills with biodiversity training for workes in Latrobe Valley.
Further Great Alpine Road Upgrades Underway
Safer and more reliable Great Alpine Road with seven kilometres of road improvements.
Hazelwood Not to Be Listed on Heritage Register
Hazelwood Power Station did not meet the necessary criteria for Heritage Registry.
Rail Loop Set to Connect Gippsland
New underground rail network set to circle Melbourne connecting every major regional train line from the Geelong line to the Gippsland line through Melbourne Airport.
Thousands Get Ahead with Morwell Good Money
Morwell’s Good Money store celebrating a successful first anniversary with a no or low interest loan.
Creating New Solar Power Jobs in the Latrobe Valley
Fifty new jobs in the Latrobe Valley with a new government agency, Solar Victoria, to be based in Morwell.
More Funding for Gippsland’s Iconic Lakes
Almost $280,000 allocated to ten projects to improve Gippsland Lakes.
New Solar Jobs in the Valley to keep Powering Victoria
New Morwell-based government agency, Solar Victoria, to deliver our $1.3 billion Solar Homes program
Stars to Shine in Latrobe Valley Big Bash Blockbuster
Stars will play a full Big Bash League match for points against the Adelaide Strikers in January in Latrobe Valley.
Supporting Gippsland: Community Crime Prevention
Latrobe Valley and West Gippsland locals to benefit from the latest round of Community Safety Fund grants.
Women Take to the Track at Logan Park
Celebrating women’s contribution to harness racing and other fields.
Latrobe Local NewsCouncil Launch Availability of Lodging Planning Applications
Latrobe City Council will offer the community an ePlanning Portal.
Synthetic Bowling Green Assures Long-Term Future of the Moe Bowling Club
New all-weather synthetic grass bowling green from the Victorian State Government.
CCTV Project Rolled Out across Morwell CBD
CCTV cameras installed at locations around the Morwell CBD to increase community perceptions of safety as well as act as a potential crime deterrent.
Innovation in Brown Coal Welcomed by Latrobe City
Latrobe City’s future prosperity looks brighter today in view of the brown coal interests.
Sporting Hall of Fame Nominations Open and Exhibition Tours
Calling for Nominations: Legends and members categories.
Garden Competition Announces New Categories
Annual garden competition will open on 1 September.
Let Latrobe Leisure’s New Parent and Baby Class Ease you back into a Fitness Routine
Mums and bubs classes at Leisure
Melina Bath MPLabor’s Solar Scheme Misses the Mark
Daniel Andrews pledge a billion taxpayer dollars on a poorly planned solar scheme.
NationalsLiberal Nationals Working Group to Unlock Victoria’s Brown Coal Potential
Future uses and commercialisation opportunities for the Latrobe Valley’s brown coal industry discussed.
Peter GardnerGippsland Climate News & Views August
Peter Gardner's August Newsletter
Peter Walsh MPdeal
Labor’s Plan Takes An Axe to Victoria’s Timber Industry and Jobs
Labor’s Regional Rail Fails
Melbourne suburbs rail network is another snub for regional passengers.
Russel Northe MLAMinister Fails to Support Latrobe Valley Seniors
Disappointment prevails with seniors access to public transport.
Northe writes to Minister for Mental Health pleading for Lifeline funding
Northe pleads for action regarding the minimal funding that Lifeline Gippsland receives.
Northe Writes to Minister for Mental Health Seeking Clarification on Rehabilitation Funding
Northe Writes to Minister for Mental Health seeking answers on how budget will be spent.
Northe Calls for Equitable Fares for Latrobe Valley Seniors
A call for public transport privileges for the senior of Latrobe Valley.
Northe Supports a Lifeline for Lifeline Gippsland
Russell Northe to meet with Lifeline Gippsland representatives to discuss policy initiative.
Sheridan BondLabor Uncertainty Risking an End to Local Timber Industry
Labor’s Green coalition partners move to cut timber supply to Australian Paper.
City-Centric Labor Snubs Latrobe Valley Commuters with a New Line For Melbourne
The promsie of a new tunnel through Melbourne suburbs while failing to match The Nationals’ plan for the much-needed dedicated line for Gippsland trains.
Labor’s Green Coalition Partners Move to Cut Timber Supply to Australian Paper
Bill proposal to terminate the Act that provides supply of timber to Australian Paper gets slammed.
Labor’s Green Deal Threatens Valley Jobs - Again
Plans to shut down the local native forestry industry threatens Latrobe Valley jobs.