February 2019 - Archived News
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Official Opening of Shared Pavilion and Netball Courts at Morwell Recreation Reserve
Morwell Recreation Reserve Precinct Master Plan officially opens
Boolarra Hotel Tom Curtain Event
Launch of the "Tom Curtain Speak Up Tour"
Carpark Construction Ready to Start
Cowes Transit Centre’s all day carpark project ready to start in early February
School’s Back after Summer
School Zone speed limits are also back in effect
Project Enters Final Stage
Water Sensitive Urban Design project completion this February for Seagrove Estate in Cowes.
Stars Aligned For Latrobe in Country Cricket Coup
Big Bash League charging into the Latrobe Valley.
Your Water Supply In A Bushfire9 Feb 2019 (Saturday)
Consider water supply when planning for a bushfire.
Call to Review Aussie Farms' Charity Status
A charity should be reserved for supporting the work of legitimate charities.
Bass Coast Welcomes New Citizens
Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony
Gippsland Cemeteries Receive Victorian Government Grants
Nineteen Gippsland cemeteries received a government grant.
Latrobe Valley Authority Benefiting Community
Morwell Historical Society receives a $12,539 grant.
Remembering the Delburn fires 10 years on……
10 year anniversary of the Delburn complex of fires
Your Feedback is Important to us
Annual customer satisfaction survey
Northe Urges Community to "Speak Up"
Upcoming Tom Curtain "Speak Up" tour
Gippy Agchat Edition 153 04 February, 2019
Be aware of some of the issues of the latest agricultural issues in Gippsland. Read up on Gippy Agchat Edition 153.
Labor Fails on Plantation Pledge16 Feb 2019 (Saturday)
Failed promised investment in timber plantations.
Victoria’s Kangaroo Pet Food Trial Must Be Made Permanent
Growing frustrations on kangaroo pet food trial.
Churchill’s Only Aged Care Facility to Close
Growing concerns on closure of Churchill's Aged Care Facility.
Don’t Be Sidelined – Get Active This April
Registrations for the 11th annual Premier’s Active April campaign now open.
Still Time to Have Say on Off-Leash Areas
Calling for community support for off-leash areas.
Get Screened To Reduce the Impact of Cancer in Eastern Victoria Region
Get yourselves and your loved ones screened.
We need you!
Invaluable feedback needed.
Activists Targeting Farms shouldn’t get ‘Charity’ Tax Benefits
The Liberal Nationals support the Federal Coalition Government’s bid to review Aussie Farms’ charity status and the Andrews Government should also get behind it.
Baw Baw L2P Celebrates 10 Years
Celebrating 10 years of supporting local learner drivers get their licence.
Bumper Grants Round Now Open
Complete a project plan when applying for Major Project funding.
New Funding Available For Sports Clubs in Eastern Victoria Region
Grants of up to $3,000 or $10,000 to community sporting clubs.
Grants Help Eastern Victoria Music Venues Be Good Neighbours
Good Music Neighbours applications, now open!
Ten Years on, We Remember…23 Feb 2019 (Saturday)
Tribute in the Parliament of Victoria, to the Gippslanders impacted by the fires of the summer of 2009 - including Black Saturday.
Young Leaders Celebrate Community
Students in the 2019 Bass Coast Young Leader program parcipates in a workshop to celebrate their community.
International Tick of Approval for Sustainable Vic timber Industry
Three-year Responsible Wood standard certification successfully secured.
Drouin to Host Spartan Kids Race Next School Holidays
Spartan Australia kids’ race comes to Baw Baw Shire for the first time.
Fixing Country Roads as Maintenance Blitz Ramps Up
$70 million share for safer and more reliable roads.
EPA Works Approval Applications Extended
EPA Works Approval application extended
Bath states Labor must Reject Alberton Wind Farm
Community concerns regarding the Alberton Wind Farm
Buckley Farewells Bass Coast
CEO Paul Buckley PSM bids farewell after five years in the top job.
Grants to Kickstart Multicultural Events
$3 million worth of community event grants for multicultural groups
Safe and Strong Latrobe
Safe and Strong Latrobe, designed to prevent violence against women.
Nominations Open for 65th Victorian Training Awards
Nominations now open for the 65th Victorian Training Awards
Labor Must Finally Provide Drought-Stricken Farmers with Rates Relief
Clamor for rates relief.
Bath Moves Motion on Trespass Laws to Protect Farmers
In defense of the rights of Victorian farmers against unlawful animal rights activists.
Free TAFE Starts at Federation Training Morwell
Free TAFE program for students and job seekers from the Latrobe Valley.
Latrobe City Libraries Seeking Feedback
Feedback needed on City Library collections.