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1 Aug 2002 (Thursday)

Big W Retail Awards
More than 80 Big W employees from across Victoria graduated in a recent ceremony

SMART Heavy Vehicle Courses
Safe Motorcycle and Road Transport is offering VicRoads accredited vehicle testing and licensing courses

Reining In The Web
Drouin Pony Club gets online

Victorian Rural Women Set Their Sights On Spain!
Twelve Victorian women will need to start brushing up on their Spanish

5 Aug 2002 (Monday)

Dragonfly - A Review
Click here for the buzz on Costner's latest film...

Wellington Shire Council has a new Councillor
Vacancy caused by the death of Councillor Gordon Cameron is now filled

Search Engine Scams
Keep your eyes and ears wide open

Web-Based Personal Assistants
Get them while they are hot

Free Internet Tutorials
Learn how to use the Internet to your best advantage with easy online tutorials

6 Aug 2002 (Tuesday)

Les Toques Blanches Finalist
Apprentice Chef Michael Demagistris is chosen as a top 10 finalist

Over 70 Submissions Received Re: Design Framework
Phillip Island and San Remo Design Framework brings in feedback

Community Asked To Help Implement Bass Coast Road Safety Plan
Calls for community representatives to help implement the Bass Coast Community Road Safety Plan

Advanced E-Commerce Workshops For Small To Medium Businesses
E-commerce has evolved from a dream to become a key lever for growth in businesses both large and small

Inverloch Design Framework Needs You
The project aims to establish a vision...

Round 16 Mid Gippsland Football Wrap-Up
Commentary of all of the major plays, from a footy insider

Inverloch Boat Ramp Update
Council is continuing to investigate ways to alleviate the ever-increasing problem of sand build-up

VET Students Serve Lunch!
The general public is invited to come along for a dining experience like no other

New Video and Brochure for South Gippsland Students
Promotional video and brochure expected to increase awareness of V.E.T programs in South Gippsland

August Newsletter for NHW Area LTB1 Bridle Estate (NHW64)
Zone Leaders, Emergency who to call, Crime Stoppers, Burglary Warning in LV, Crime Statistics for July.

Gippsland Rugby League News
Insider Knowledge On The Gippsland Wildcats 04/08/02

8 Aug 2002 (Thursday)

Volunteers Thanked
26 volunteers attend a thank-you lunch at the Wonthaggi Hotel

International Presentation By GippsTAFE Teachers
Teachers recently returned from China share their experiences at a special presentation

Traders Advised To Check Portable Signs
Make sure that all signs comply with the Local Law

Big Plant? It Certainly Was!
More than 180 volunteers planted over 7,500 indigenous plants at the Wonthaggi Wetlands

Community Input Sought
Independent review of council’s town planning practices and procedures

Bass Coast Provides Opportunities For Local Students
Students discuss the careers available in local government

10 Aug 2002 (Saturday)

The Gippsland Portal Breaks 2000 Visitors Per Week!
New figures indicate traffic is on the rise

13 Aug 2002 (Tuesday)

Gippsland Rugby League News
Insider Knowledge On The Gippsland Wildcats 11/08/02

Do You Own A Micro Or Home Based Business?
A micro and home based business network has been established for the Latrobe City Region

Petition Asks For Temporary Skateboarding Facilities In Wonthaggi
The petition will be tabled until next month’s Council meeting when a report will go before Council

Urgent Need For Parks Infrastructure
Ingram discusses concerns regarding the impact on towns due to reductions in timber industry

Flexible Learning Workshop
Bradley Beach is chosen to host a workshop at the TAFE Frontiers Flexible Learning Conference

Rising Property Values Will Impact On Rates
The boom in the Victorian property market is expected to impact on rates across all Shires during this financial year

Wellington Makes It Happen In Youth Week
Move over oldies – make way for the youngsters

14 Aug 2002 (Wednesday)

Signs - The Scariest Film Of The Year
Its not just Mel Gibson who will give you a fright...

19 Aug 2002 (Monday)

Cape Woolamai Coast Action Provide New Steps
Coastcare proudly witnessed the completion of a new set of timber steps at a recent working bee

TAFE week 2002
Great careers start at TAFE!

Council Grants For The Community
Council is currently inviting applications for its grant programs

Orange County - Not So Peachy
The kind of movie you watch on a boring night in when you'd be out with friends, only you haven’t got any

Fashion Award Winner from GippsTAFE
Alana Morgan has won the Tertiary Student Award and Lincraft Encouragement Award

Professional Writing Class a Success!
Bill Jordan decided to return to study to explore the writing field and stretch his boundaries

Gippsland Rugby League News
Insider Knowledge On The Gippsland Wildcats 21-08-02

Local Laws Visit Corinella Probus Club
A variety of local law issues discussed with the Club’s 25 members

Housing Industry MOU Signed by GippsTAFE
GippsTAFE and the HIA have agreed to support the growth of one another

22 Aug 2002 (Thursday)

Mid Gippsland Football League Results
Results from Round 18

Speed Camera Blitz - Watch Out!
Camera's are appearing where you least expect it...

New Survey Reveals What Gets On The Nerves Of Australians
Find out what drives your neighbour up the wall...

23 Aug 2002 (Friday)

Ingram Slams "Blatant Scare Mongering"
Ingram condemns the political scare tactics of New South Wales irrigators

Ingram Calls For Permanent Fox Bounty
Ingram calls for Governments to make the fox bounty a permanent arrangement

26 Aug 2002 (Monday)

Should We Close Regional Service Stations To Reduce Differential?
Senior Economist from Shell states his case on the Gippsland Portal

27 Aug 2002 (Tuesday)

New Look For Loch Sport Bowls Club
Loch Sport Bowls Club will be back in top competition form when it officially unveils its new $100,000 upgrade

Gippsland Rugby League News
Insider Knowledge On The Gippsland Wildcats 25-08-02

Education The Key To Economic & Cultural Renewal In Latrobe
Higher education is playing a critical role in the renewal of the Latrobe Valley

A Fully Privatised Telstra Will Not Be Good For Gippsland
Privatisation of Telstra will create a huge private monopoly that will focus on profits to the detriment of services

Opening The Door To Access Issues
The Council intends to make sure that programs, projects and facilities across the Shire are readily available and easy to access

Women In Business Network Up And Running
The project is well under way with a Launch happening on September 20th, 2002

28 Aug 2002 (Wednesday)

Final Tally For National Tree Day
Students and volunteers across Wellington planted more than 1000 trees and shrubs

29 Aug 2002 (Thursday)

Literacy and Numeracy Program at GippsTAFE
New program aims to provide training which assists unemployed people to make a real improvement in communication skills

Adult Learners Week at GippsTAFE
GippsTAFE’s Yallourn Campus invites the general public to participate in a range of activities

Mid Gippsland Football League Finals Venue Details
Find out where you need to be to catch the best footy action of the season

Adult Learners Week Continues
David Valler decided to return to study so he could get a job and do something different with his life

Airshow Off To A Flying Start
Want to lend a hand to make Wellington’s first Airshow a flying success?

Adult Learners Week
Study at GippsTAFE leads to a career in teaching cooking skills

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