January 2001 - Archived News
• Back • Choose a different Month 3 Jan 2001 (Wednesday)
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Shedding new light on the world of science
Father of assaulted youth pleas for public help
New Years Eve assault calls public attention
Looking ahead: thoughts about what awaits us in 2001
Talking to the web wizards about what's on the cards for 2001
Coming soon to your cd player - MP3
Taking the audio world by storm
Fireworks welcomed by large New Year’s Eve crowd8 Jan 2001 (Monday)
Federation Fireworks and family picnic attracted nearly four thousand at Kernot Hall Lake.
12 Minutes To Search Rage
How long until searching the web drives you crazy? New research sheds light on web searching habits.
Toying with the Customer
Virtual toys brought to life online
Knowledge is Power for Internet Privacy and Security9 Jan 2001 (Tuesday)
Protect your details in cyberspace
Latrobe backs introduction of 50km/h speed limit on residential streets10 Jan 2001 (Wednesday)
Cr Tony Hanning reinforced Council’s commitment to safer local streets.
Putting a Spell on You11 Jan 2001 (Thursday)
Get revenge on the scum of society
Stay at home! Have your meetings online
ThruCam makes the board room easy
Basic Internet Hints
Tips to help make the most of your time online
Firewood sellers invited to comment on national plan 12 Jan 2001 (Friday)
New plans on fire!
Latrobe beats the heat at its Outdoor Pools 15 Jan 2001 (Monday)
Hundreds flocked to Council’s three outdoor pools on Thursday as the mercury climbed.
Boolarra Pre-kinder still has vacancies16 Jan 2001 (Tuesday)
Parents urged to take advantage of current vacancies at the Boolarra Pre-school Centre.
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50km/h speed limit starts Monday
New 50km/h speed limit for residential streets will take effect from Monday.
Council acts on Falcons
Latrobe City Council taken steps to call up a loan made to Gippsland Falcons.
Web design - the good, the bad and the ugly
The accepted wisdom is that Web design has proceeded in leaps and bounds since the days of the 'moving brochure' web site
Gippsland politician hands electorate to colleague 18 Jan 2001 (Thursday)
The great swap!
Get your computer rocking
Download the latest version of Winamp!
Opposition calls for no increase in fuel excise
The effect of rising prices comes under scruitiny
New Report states more investment is needed in rural areas,
The government has been urged to overcome regional disadvantage
Australia Day to be celebrated throughout Latrobe
Australia Day 2001 will commence with free municipal breakfasts and flag raising ceremonies.
Australia Day Message from Latrobe City Mayor, Councillor Tony Hanning24 Jan 2001 (Wednesday)
Lead your horse to water but don't drink it, warns authority
Thirsty beware... you're in for a scare
Neat Design Tip: Being Human!
Get a new angle on your website
Call to help eradicate Elm Leaf Beetle
Control spraying program to protect Elm Trees against the Elm Leaf Beetle.
Latrobe making rural intersections safer
Program to upgrade intersections of gravel and sealed roads.
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Year of the Volunteer launched with Twilight Picnic
International Year of the Volunteer marked with Twilight Picnic at Kernot Hall.
Food and wine festival cancelled 30 Jan 2001 (Tuesday)
Cancellations disappoint many
Takasago Chamber visits Latrobe
Takasago Chamber delegation visits Latrobe City as part of Sister City relationship.
Jobs boom for rural Vic
Great employment news for country residents
Napster wins the support of Gippslander.com
Why has Napster been such a show stopping revolution? Read on...
Gippsland water restrictions remain despite weekend rain 31 Jan 2001 (Wednesday)
Wasting water is a turn off
School crossing supervisors back on the job
School crossing supervisors assisted children returning to school on Wednesday.