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8 Jan 2019 (Tuesday)

Crinigan Road Bushland Reserve Committee
Reserve committee currently looking for new members to get involved.

Gippsland will Rocket into the New Year with the Launch of Startup Gippsland
Launch of the Startup Gippsland program announced.

A Letter to the Editor
Labor won't return all boating licence fees back into better boating infrastructure.

Council Commit Funds to Sound Shell
Additional $150,000 toward the Inverloch Sound Shell project.

More Improvements to Roads and Pathways
Capital Works projects underway, including road sealing and footpath renewals.

Community Grants Give Groups Fundraising Boost
Thirty-three community groups awarded at the presentation of Round 2 of the 2018 Community Grants Program.

Statement from the Nationals’ Leadership Team
Peter Walsh and Steph Ryan elected in the Victorian Parliamentary Party.

Neighbourhood Navigator
Online map to easily access information on the community services, facilities, planning and zoning information launched.

Off to Save Lembongan
Two girls from Bass Coast heading off to Nusa Lembongan, Bali to represent Australia in Asia’s first Swimrun.

Gippy Agchat Edition 152 December 2018
Be aware of some of the issues of the latest agricultural issues in Gippsland. Read up on Gippy Agchat Edition 152.

Facelift for Sporting Facilities
Phillip Island Football Netball Club rooms at the Cowes Recreation Reserve gets a facelift.

Bath Gets Back to Work
Melina Bath reelected.

On The Lookout for a New Kind of Art
Expression of Interest (EOI) from experienced artists for a contemporary public artwork to be installed in the Bass Valley and Hinterland region.

Hazelwood Pondage Caravan Park Closure
Hazelwood Pondage Caravan Park temporarily closed.

Record Bass Stockings into Blue Rock
Bass stocked into Gippsland to improve inland recreational fishing opportunities.

12 Jan 2019 (Saturday)

Keep Up War on Waste
Bass Coast Shire Council worked with the community to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.

Working Together to Reduce Emissions
Bass Coast Shire Council agreed to work towards a community greenhouse gas emissions target.

Community Input Needed for Off-Leash Areas
Community input needed on potential off-leash beach areas.

Enabled Women Celebrate Graduation
Nine women celebrates graduation from the ‘Enabling Women in Gippsland’ program.

Footpath and Bus Shelter on the Go
New footpath and bus shelter along Bayview Avenue in Inverloch this January.

New Lanes Completed On Two Sections of Princes Highway East between Traralgon and Sale
Better journeys up ahead along newly duplicated and safer sections of the Princes Highway through Gippsland.

All Politics is Local
Bass Coast Shire Council supports the Australian Local Government Association’s (ALGA) Federal Election Advocacy campaign titled ‘All Politics is Local’

Bus Loop Gets Once Over
Bus loop in front of St Joseph’s Primary School in Wonthaggi will be renewed this January.

Bass Coast Shire Council Appoints New CEO
Bass Coast Shire Council appointed Ali Wastie to serve as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Boosting Renewables and Cutting Energy Costs in Gippsland
Two Gippsland community groups shares in $1.1 million worth of grants for renewable energy projects.

Gippy’s Leading Food and Fibre Orgs to Merge
Agribusiness Gippsland and the East Gippsland Food Cluster set to amalgamate in early 2019 to support Gippsland’s important $7bn food and fibre industry.

Federal Advocacy List Gets the Tick
Updated its Advocacy Priority list for the third time.

Appoint of New Chief Executive Officer for Latrobe City
Latrobe City Councillors were unanimous in their decision to appoint Steven Piasente as new Chief Executive Officer after an extensive recruitment process.

Phillip Island Waste Facility to Be Built
Upgrade to Phillip Island facility expected to cost between $8 million and $8.5 million.

20 Jan 2019 (Sunday)

Domestic Wastewater Management
Public Draft of Latrobe City’s Domestic Wastewater Management Plan released.

2019 Bass Coast Australia Day Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year Awards
2019 Bass Coast Australia Day Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year Awards

Change for Sam Strategy
Increased community awareness and better support for women experiencing violence with Change of Sam Strategy.

27 Jan 2019 (Sunday)

Bass Coast’s Best Recognised
Deb Rielly: 2019 Bass Coast Citizen of the Year at the Australia Day Awards.

2019 OPTUS Victorian Country Long Course Swimming Championships
Happening on 25th January to 27th January.

Guide Park Concept Plan
Feedback are welcome on concept plan to uprade Wonthaggi Guide Park.

Historic Shed in New Home
Coels Shed relocated to the Phillip Island Community and Learning Centre (PICAL) community garden.

Temporary Traralgon Library Hours
Traralgon Library closing.

The Gippsland Town of Churchill is Tipped to be a Highlight of The 2019 Jayco Herald
Town of Churchill, to be a Highlight of The 2019 Jayco Herald.

Kilcunda’s Famous Bridge Set for Facelift
Kilcunda’s iconic Trestle Bridge (Bourne Creek Bridge) gets a facelift.

Northe Calls for State Government Action on Steelvision
Decisive action needed to address the Steelvision Morwell debacle.

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