December 2001 - Archived News
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Mayor to call for release of documents4 Dec 2001 (Tuesday)
Latrobe City Mayor, Councillor Brendan Jenkins, will call for the release of all documents
New ONE SHOT5 Dec 2001 (Wednesday)
New ONE SHOT cleans plugs and injectors as you drive
Becoming an e-business success!
Can you make your e-commerce dreams come true?
Industry support is overwhelming!
Thankyou to those that encourage Internet useage in Gippsland
Moe Girls banner advertisement offered increased click-throughs6 Dec 2001 (Thursday)
Gippslander.com has great banner advertising success for the Moe Girls 2002 Calendar
City Appointments To Build More Inclusive Community
Two new staff appointments have been made at Latrobe City Council to ensure that people with a disability are included in the life of the community.
The list of this weeks movies (29/11/01 - 5/12/01)
Warragul Cinema Centre
The list of this weeks movies (6/12/01 - 12/12/01)
Latrobe Welcomes High Ranking State Government Visit
Latrobe City Mayor, Councillor Brendan Jenkins, has welcomed Wednesday’s visit of the State Co-ordination and Management Council as part of a visit to the region.
The ‘Spirit Of Christmas’ Returns To Traralgon11 Dec 2001 (Tuesday)
One of Australia’s most successful and enduring morning melodies companies, the Gaslight Company, will present two very special performances of their popular show ‘The Spirit of Christmas’.
Demonising Latrobe Valley - Power Workers Not Solving The Long-Term Problem12 Dec 2001 (Wednesday)
Latrobe City Mayor, Councillor Brendan Jenkins, has attacked calls by Shadow Energy and Natural Resources Minister, Philip Davis, for tough action against Yallourn power workers.
Information At Inverloch13 Dec 2001 (Thursday)
The Inverloch Visitor Information Centre will reopen on Friday 14 December at a new location at 6 A’Beckett Street. The Centre will provide visitors with ideas, information and itineraries for their time in Bass Coast and Gippsland.
Summer Swimming Pool Safety
Summer is finally here – though you wouldn’t know it from the weather!
Temporary road closure for Newborough roundabout works
Parts of Old Sale Road and Southwell Avenue, in Newborough, will be closed to traffic between Monday 17 December 2001 and Friday, 18 January 2002.
Santa’s Workshop now gearing up for Christmas 2002
With less than two weeks to Christmas, the manufacture of Christmas Decorations at Santa’s Workshop in Morwell for this Christmas, has reached the final stages.
Grey Street surfacing to be completed in March
Latrobe City Council has announced that asphalt surfacing to complete the roadworks in Grey Street Traralgon will be undertaken in March
Renovated Community Jobs Program home sells well at auction
Number 12 Kent Street has sold at auction for $52,000
Cemetery Trust receives first 2001/2002 Council grant 14 Dec 2001 (Friday)
The Hazelwood Cemetery Trust is the first community organisation to receive one of the 2001/2002 community grants being made by Latrobe City Council
Wonthaggi Twilight Christmas Celebration
You can do your last minute Christmas shopping, take a bus tour of Christmas light displays around Wonthaggi and enjoy a visit from Santa
Bows Natural Ice Cream wins gold again18 Dec 2001 (Tuesday)
Bows Natural Ice Cream won more medals at this year’s Royal Melbourne Dairy Show
Gippsland Security Hits The Big Day Out
First rate security at a world class event
More volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels
Latrobe City is currently seeking more volunteers for its Meals on Wheels program
Make adequate holiday arrangements for pets City urges
Enjoy your Christmas and New Year celebrations, but remember your pets too
More Volunteers Needed For Meals On Wheels
Latrobe City is currently seeking more volunteers for its Meals on Wheels program in Traralgon and Morwell.
Local bikers ride in with Christmas cheer
One-hundred motorcycles converged on Moe and Morwell, on Saturday week, bringing Christmas joy to a number of Latrobe Valley families
Lawless Road a hive of roadwork activity19 Dec 2001 (Wednesday)
Work on realigning and sealing Lawless Road should be completed by late January
Environmental Nomination for Bass Coast Shire Council
Bass Coast Shire Council was recently announced as a finalist in the 2001 Victorian Landcare Awards
Snakes sighted in suburbia – warning by Council
Sightings of snakes have been reported in the urban back yard of a residence in Railway Crescent, Moe
Mayoral function funds diverted to Christmas needy
Latrobe City Mayor, Councillor Brendan Jenkins, has forfeited the Mayoral Christmas function
Wishing you a very Green Christmas
Ever wondered what to do with your Christmas cards once the festive season is over?
Party Safe this Festive Season
Gippsland councils, Victoria Police, Rotary and Community Roadsafe councils have launched PartySafe materials
LAWN MOWERS20 Dec 2001 (Thursday)
The Largest Range of Outdoor Garden Equipment in Moe, For example, Lawn Mowers from $400 Plus a Large Choice of Brushcutters, Ride-on Mowers, Blowers, Chainsaws.
500 Businesses on Gippsland.com!
The portal is deemed phenomenal success
Help Have a Trouble-Free Summer
Bass Coast Shire Council and Victoria Police will be working with the local community over the festive season to encourage a safe environment for all to enjoy
Safer Floors For Swimmers
The Wonthaggi Aquatic Centre was closed on Tuesday (18 December) and Wednesday (19 December) this week for a further upgrade, this time to the changeroom floors.
The Village Morwell Mid Valley Cinema Sessions21 Dec 2001 (Friday)
A list of this week's movie times (20/12/01 - 27/12/01)
Summer whooping cough awareness
Whooping cough is on the increase and Australia is heading for a summer outbreak
Be safe in the sun and on the water this summer
Have fun but be safe is the message for the summer holidays
European Wasps start to emerge
European Wasp queens are coming out from their hibernation period