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7 Jan 2002 (Monday)

Latrobe allocates funding to special needs preschool programs
Cost savings brought about by placing Blundell Hall preschool into recess have enabled Latrobe City to allocate further funding towards preschool programs for 2002

Fireworks and thunder upset pets, but most are now home
Fireworks on New Year’s Eve and thunderstorms led to a number of dogs straying from their homes

Free Environmental Home and Garden Information Evenings
Protecting and enhancing the environment while saving money will be the focus of two Environmental Home and Garden Information Evenings

Microchip your Pet for just $20
Bass Coast Shire Council and Trovan will hold a Micro-chipping Day on Sunday 13 January 2002 from 10am – 3pm

Sharing the Vision
A “vision” for the future of Phillip Island and San Remo will be on display at Cowes and San Remo

Backyard Burning Ban Reminder
Bass Coast local laws officers are reminding residents that burning off without a permit in residential areas is banned

New rural property numbering to start in January
New rural property numbers will start to be distributed on Latrobe City’s rural roads

Round 3 Australian Modified 4WD Mud Drag Racing Championships
The 2002-third round of the Wonthaggi Toyota Australian 4 WD Mud racing championships will be held on Sunday January 13

Environmental Information for your Home
Environmental Home and Garden Information Evenings

Aloe Vera based therapeutic and skin care products
Australian Aloe Vera products available from Gip-mar Systems Healthcare and Beauty.

Celebrate and Participate
Bass Coast Shire Council is still calling for nominations for “Celebrate and Participate – An Exhibition of Volunteers”.

9 Jan 2002 (Wednesday)

Outdoor pools remain closed on cool days
Weeks of unseasonably cool weather have seen Latrobe’s three outdoor swimming pools open their gates on only five days so far

11 Jan 2002 (Friday)

Trials of new weapon in Elm Leaf Beetle War are promising to date
A new weapon in the war against the Elm Leaf Beetle has been trialled by Latrobe City Council

Vote Now On!
‘If you think you are too small to make a difference you have never been in bed with a mosquito’ – Anita Roddick.

Call to help eradicate Elm Leaf Beetle
Latrobe City Council will commence its control spraying program on Monday

14 Jan 2002 (Monday)

Gippsland Rugby League
Season 2002 looks to be a landmark year in Gippsland Rugby League

15 Jan 2002 (Tuesday)

Australia Day Celebrations in Wonthaggi
Mike Larkin, Weatherman with Channel 10, will be the Australia Day Ambassador at celebrations in Wonthaggi

Want to Visit Government House?
Bass Coast Shire Council is calling for nominations from older residents interested in attending a reception at Government House

Australia Day Celebrations in Cowes
Karl Redenbach, winner of the Young Australian of the Year Awards’ “Career Achievement Award 2000”, will be the Australia Day Ambassador

The Wine Association's Cluster Success!
The success story of business collaboration via the Internet

Rural Rate Rebate Given the Green Light
Bass Coast Shire Council will introduce a rural land rate rebate scheme in the 2002/03 rating year

Councillors and Council staff mourn loss of Cr Bond
Latrobe City’s Moe, Morwell and Traralgon Citizen Service Centres, libraries and Council depots and offices will be closed until 12.30pm this Tuesday

Australia Day Celebrations in Inverloch
Mike Larkin, Weatherman with Channel 10, will be the Australia Day Ambassador at celebrations in Inverloch

Group Discusses Jetty Jumping
Local agencies and authorities met recently to discuss the issue of young people putting themselves in danger by jumping off the Inverloch Jetty

Traders Without Permits Have no Business in Shire
Bass Coast Shire Council is warning residents and visitors about itinerant traders operating in the Shire

16 Jan 2002 (Wednesday)

Company staff initiative delivers Meals on Wheels
Staff from the Traralgon Branch of Employment Innovations Victoria have stepped into the breach to deliver Meals on Wheels to Traralgon clients

Pirates to take over Moe Town Hall
The Moe Town Hall will be the first venue to host a Latrobe Regional Performing Arts Centre presentation for 2002

17 Jan 2002 (Thursday)

Bairnsdale Cinema Centre Movie Guide
This week's session times

Leongatha Cinema Movie Guide
This week's session times

18 Jan 2002 (Friday)

Sale Turf Club Extends Marquee Experience
Sale Turf Club has introduced a novel new Cup Day marquee

20 Jan 2002 (Sunday)

Bairnsdale Selection Tennis Update
Roberts wins Saturday Competition

22 Jan 2002 (Tuesday)

Development Of Success
An interview with the Graeme Wilson, Vice President of the Gippsland Grapegrowers and Winemaker's Association Inc.

Leongatha Cinema Movie Guide
A list of this week's session times

Mid Valley Morwell's Cinema Guide
A list of this week's cinema times

23 Jan 2002 (Wednesday)

Legitimate Entertainment Work
There are many scams to bring in money from many different sources. It is hard sometimes to know which companies are going to take your hard earned money and give you nothing in return.

Mayoral Australia Day 2002 message
In the twelve months since Australia Day 2001, most will agree that the world has significantly changed

Australia Day to be celebrated throughout Latrobe
Latrobe City’s celebrations for Australia Day 2002 will commence early in the day

24 Jan 2002 (Thursday)

The Gippsland Business Awards
Opportunities to recognize and promote excellence in Gippsland business

Latrobe City Council - Urban Design Standards Street Tree Chapter
Comments are invited in relation to the draft Street Tree Chapter of the Urban Design Standards Review.

25 Jan 2002 (Friday)

Raymond street – open or closed?
Wellington Shire Council has arrived at decision time in relation to the future for Raymond Street in Sale

Australia Day - Honouring Great Aussies
Wellington Shire Mayor Councillor Keith Boyd announced today the winners of the Wellington Shire annual Australia Day Awards

31 Jan 2002 (Thursday)

NHW 55
Daylight Saving, Scams, Police Crime Statistics For September 2001

Funding Announcement for New Heyfield Library
Quality of service will no longer be affected by limited space and lack of amenities

NHW and The Centenary Parade, Towing A Caravan, Police Crime Statistics for October 2001

NHW 57
Keep a Watch Over Schools, Door To Door Sales, Precautions For Home Security When On Holidays

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