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Advocacy continues to deliver with Hospital and Back Beach Road funding
Historic announcement of $115 million of funding for the Wonthaggi Hospital upgrade and $9.7 million for the upgrade of the Phillip Island Road/Back Beach Road intersection.

Bass Valley Children’s Centre Official Opening
Official nopening of Bass Valley Children's Centre offering early learning programs.

Council responds to community feedback on Car Ferry
Deferred consideration on the business case until further investigation is undertaken on the Cowes Jetty as an alternative car ferry terminal site.

Council seeks community feedback on draft 2018/19 Budget
Send your feedback for draft 2018/19 budget

Council seeks to commit $2 million for future Phillip Island land purchases
Draft Budget consultation period closes on Tuesday, 22 May 2018 and submissions may be heard from 4.30pm on Wednesday, 30 May 2018 at a Special Meeting of Council in Wonthaggi’s Council Chambers.

Cowes Transit Centre un-veiled
Transit Centre and All Day Car Park will be located close to the centre of town, off Church Street behind the Cowes Cultural Centre.

Hooded Plovers and Foxes don’t mix
Fox control needed for hooded plovers to survive.

Pets in Court
Avoid fines and find your lost pets with pet registration.

Resurfacing for Inverloch and Wonthaggi skate parks
Surface renewal works funded by Council well underway.

Back to 40km and nominate your crossing supervisor
Time to nominate for the School Crossing Supervisor of the Year Awards.

Rabbit Baiting on Bass Coast Foreshores
Rabbit pest control in Council managed Foreshore Reserves

Harriet Shing MP

A Bigger, Better Wonthaggi Hospital to Put Patients First
Better access to quality healthcare closer to home with redevelopment of the emergency department of the Wonthaggi Hospital.

Drouin to Share in Record Community Sport Investment
Drouin will share in the biggest investment in women's and community sport in Victoria's history.

Emergency Volunteers to Share in $13.34m in Grants
Apply for Andrews Labor Government grants of up to $150,000 to buy operational equipment and fund minor facility upgrades.

Kicking Goals in the Early Years Reading Game
Parents should take up on the challenge of reading more books with their young children to inspire a love of reading and set them up for success later in life.

Latrobe Valley’s Times Improve in Best Ambulance Response Time in Nine Years
Ambulance Victoria attended a total of 66,225 time-critical Code 1 call-outs, up by more than 4,000 the year before.

Moe to Share in Record Community Sport Investment
Moe netballers will share in the biggest investment in women's and community sport in Victoria's history.

Motorcycle Safety Improvements on Moe-Glengarry Road
Moe-Glengarry Road will be safer for motorcyclists in the coming months.

New Cutting-Edge Building for Latrobe Valley Kids
Yallourn North Primary School to officially open its new architect-designed modular building.

On Track to Deliver Better Services for Gippslanders
Another step closer to travelling on more modern and reliable trains.

Palliative Care Jobs Boost for Gippsland
Compassionate palliative care closer to home with boost to services and jobs in the sector.

Recognising Victoria’s Valued Volunteers
Nominations are now open for the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Volunteer Champions Awards

Veterans Grants Announced for Projects in Gippsland to Commemorate the Service Of Victoria’s Veterans
Yarram Aero club will receive funding through the Victoria Remembers Minor Grants Program for a project to tell the story of the first Military air mission based out of Yarram, Victoria.

Big Boost for Regional Health Infrastructure Fund
Health Care budget boosts for the Andrews Labor Government’s flagship Regional Health Infrastructure Fund.

Boost For Local Sports Clubs in Gippsland
The Sporting Club Grants Program is helping more people of all ages and abilities in Gippsland to get involved in grassroots sports and get active.

Grant to Upgrade the Gathering Place
The Gathering Place in Morwell is set to receive infrastructure and facility upgrades

Growing Small Business in the Latrobe Valley
Help for small businesses to thrive.

Inclusive Kinders Welcome Kids of All Abilities
Equipment stream of the Inclusive Kindergartens Facilities Program launched.

Life Saving Works Nearly Complete on Maffra-Sale Road
Final road sealing and line-marking will occur in early April to improve Maffra-Sale Road.

Phillip Island Community Awareness to Save Wildlife
New road safety initiative to help save Short-tailed Shearwater birds

Latrobe Entertainment

Hello, Beautiful! Find your inner writer with Hannie Rayson
Hannie Rayson at Latrobe Performing Arts Centre in Traralgon.

Moving Histories at the Gallery
Australia’s leading female contemporary artists at the Gallery.

Latrobe Local News

Solar panels installed at Council HQ
157 additional solar panels (45.53kW) at Latrobe City Council’s Morwell corporate headquarters

Latrobe City working with Committee for Moe
Support for 5 city projects for Moe.

Melina Bath MP

Bath signs up for Nappy Collection
Bath supports Nappy Collection

Latrobe Special Developmental School community plea finally heard
Support for redevelopment of the Latrobe Special Development School emerges following a strong community-driven campaign.

Nationals put CFA volunteers first
The Nationals will always support the hardworking volunteers.

The Nationals back community sport in the Valley
Grants to support community sport in the Latrobe Valley

Timber plantation industry ringbarked in Central Gippsland
Failure to support our local timber industry

Labor sits on its hands on Morwell power station issue
Community calls to intervene in the heritage listing of the old Morwell Power Station and Briquette Factory.

Peter Gardner

Peter Gardner's April Newsletter
Peter Gardner's April Newsletter

Peter Walsh MP

Letter to the Editor
Peter Walsh’s letter to the editor






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