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Council hosts cultural competency training for youth workers
Council supports youth workers with a day-long workshop.

Opportunities galore for Bass Coast tradies
Heaps of opportunities for Bass Coast tradies

Bass Coast Shire Council broadening youth horizons
Bass Coast Shire Council taking steps to prepare the youth for life beyond the classroom.

Christmas Giving Tree at Council
Bass Coast Shire Council's Christmas giving tree ensures that Christmas will be a special day for all community members.

Jetty Triangle gets approval from key stakeholders
Cowes Jetty Triangle and Piazza project gets approved.

San Remo sculpture celebrates fishing community
Coming Soon: San Remo sculpture by local artist, Paul Jesse.

Understanding the Aged Care System – free information session
Learn about how to optimise health and wellbeing with free information session on understanding the aged care system.

Fire Danger Period starts
The Country Fire Authority (CFA) has stated that the Fire Danger Period for Bass Coast begins Monday, 4 December.

Passport 2 Employment
Bass Coast Shire Council recently hosted a Passport 2 Employment (P2E) session, where Human Resources staff worked with students from Bass Coast Specialist School, to give them experience in preparing for job applications and interviews.

East Gippsland Local News

Stormwater and sewage do not mix - targeting illegal pipe connections
Solutions for illegal pipe connections

Transforming a pump station with Aboriginal-inspired art
Vibrant colours for a pump station

Replacement of Bairnsdale Main Street pipeline complete
Replacement of 100-year-old water pipeline is now complete.

Latrobe Entertainment

Enough is Enough event to raise Victoria Against Violence awareness
Latrobe City joins the campaigns on preventing family and gender-based violence.

Latrobe Local News

Beautification works continue at Kernot Lake
Kernot Lake will be restored to its full glory in time for the warmer summer months.

Permit no longer required for temporary emergency power generation in Morwell
Effective Decenber 1, 2017, permit no longer required for temporary emergency power generation in Morwell.

Rural garden wins Mayor’s Award in garden competition
A passion for gardening and a touch of history have combined to win the Mayor’s Award at the Latrobe City Garden Competition last night. Athol and Denise Brand’s slice of paradise was also the winner of the best large garden category.

Peter Gardner

Peter Gardner's November Newsletter
Peter Gardner's November Newsletter

Peter Walsh MP

Labor making a dogs breakfast of puppy farm reform
Victorians to pay for more pet under puppy farm reforms.

Lots of questions, but no answers on Northcote by-election preference deal
No answers for Northcote by-election preference deal

Russel Northe MLA

MP Russell Northe encourages Local Women to get a Breast Screen
MP Russell Northe takes the challenge to encourage women to get a breast screen.

New Funding a Winner for Sports Club in Latrobe Valley
More opportunities for women and girls to get involved into sport with health promotion foundation.

Northe calls upon State Government for funding for Latrobe Specialist Development School
Northe calls for development of Latrobe Specialist Development School

Government fails to provide answers amid Victoria’s Electricity Crisis
Still no answers for Victoria's electricity Crisis

Steph Ryan MP

Labor’s three year delay on water compliance
Lisa Neville's delayed proposal for penalties for Victoria water theft.

 

 

 

 

 

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