June 2018 - Archived News
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Entries now open for 2018 Bass Coast Business Awards
Search is on to identify and celebrate the local businesses that strive for excellence as part of Bass Coast Shire Council’s 2018 Business Awards
Flying squads to support growth in the Valley
Sheridan Bond: Latrobe City Council will be better supported to plan the future growth of our community under an elected Nationals government.
Josh joins Council advocacy campaign
Youth advocate Josh Baker project will engage young people who are currently studying Year 12 and want to go to University or TAFE in Melbourne next year.
Council’s Organisation Structure Review Delivers Further Efficiencies
Council has continued to commit to meeting community expectations, especially considering the introduction of a rate cap.
Gippsland Members Honoured at Spirit of CFA Awards 10 Jun 2018 (Sunday)
CFA members honoured at the inaugural Spirit of CFA Awards.
Have your say on Council’s Disability Action Plan
Council is inviting feedback on the draft Plan to ensure it fits the community’s needs and desires.
Latrobe Valley Workers to Help Build Local Innovation Hub
Local businesses and workers to play a critical role in the development of an education and innovation hub.
New Funds to Boost Tourism and Sport in Gippsland
Regional Tourism Boards would now be able to apply for new grants to boost their local economies and jobs.
Hazelwood Pondage closure disappointing
Disappointing decision to close the Hazelwood Pondage.
Maintaining service levels with no bill increase for five years, except for inflation
No bill increase for next five years except for inflation
Dog Off-Leash Feedback to be considered by Council
Potential dog off-leash areas at beaches in Kilcunda and Cape Paterson
Mobile cat desexing event a success on Phillip Island
The program enables The Lost Dogs’ Home to travel to communities across Victoria to ensure cat desexing is accessible and affordable for those who need it most.
Developing Bass Coast, Breakfast Forum
Opportunities and barriers for developing industry in Bass Coast discussed in Breakfast forum.
Peter Gardner's May Newsletter17 Jun 2018 (Sunday)
Peter Gardner's May Newsletter
Statement – Traralgon West Sporting Complex Funding
Traralgon West Sporting Complex Funding
Game 3: Bass Coast vs Tyabb Yabbies
Breakers defeat 2017 champions
Farmers losing crops as Labor dithers on kangaroo control
Farmers losing crops due to delays in permits
More Funding to Support Ex-Service Organisations
New round of funding for the War Heritage Collections Training Program and Member for Eastern Victoria Region announced.
Backing the Hope Restart Centre for Gippsland
New alcohol and other drug facility to open in Bairnsdale
Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants Now Open
Funding for Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants announced
Labor’s desperate blame game puts training crisis bacon the agenda
No explanation for consultation on offering free TAFE courses.
Morwell Station Upgrade Begins
Upgrade for Morwell Station kicked off.
Northe gives State Budget response24 Jun 2018 (Sunday)
State Budget response from Russel Northe
Labor ignoring warnings ‘costly’ scheme would push providers out of disability sector
Warnings from Victoria’s disability service providers ignored.
Latrobe City Trust recipients awarded
The Latrobe City Trust recently presented scholarships to 3 local students.
A Change of The Guard at Agribusiness Gippsland
Appointment of Stuart Quigley as the new Board Chair.
Setting Up Sustainable Free Range Farms
Gippsland egg farm to set up free webinars.
Community Satisfaction Survey results released
Satisfaction survey results released.
Keeping People in the Valley Safe with Crime Down 7.4 Per Cent
People in the Latrobe Valley experiencing a decline in crime rates with 3,135 new police.
Gippsland Community Group Given a Financial Boost to Change the Game
The Change Our Game Community Activation Grants celebrate the role of women and girls and further gender equality at the local level.
Council helping to raise awareness of elder abuse and ageism
Raising awareness of ageism and the abuse of older people in the community with a free afternoon tea at the Morwell Club
Labor must address long wait for public housing
A call to the Andrews Labor government to address a shortage of public housing across Gippsland.
Further frustrations experienced by Gippsland public transport commuters
Poor public transport planning and the continual headaches and frustration for Gippsland public transport users highlighted.