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2 May 2019 (Thursday)

Overnight Rejuvenation for Murray Street
Essential maintenance in May for Murray Street.

Overnight Rejuvenation for Murray Street
Essential maintenance in May for Murray Street.

Sarsfield Water Main Upgrade Works
Replacing and upgrading 4 kilometers of main water supply pipeline.

Inequity Continues for Latrobe Valley Commuters
Still no support for public transport services and prices for Latrobe Valley commuters.

5 May 2019 (Sunday)

Activists or Not – Break the Law, Face the Consequences
Motion submitted for parliamentary inquiry to strengthen state’s farm trespass laws and defend farmers’ rights.

Planning for another Dry Summer
Rain and reduction in water use improved water supply for East Gippsland.

Pioneer Bay Readies for Road Upgrade
Road and drainage upgrade set for Pioneer Bay Estate road.

Lighting Up Sport across the Latrobe Valley
Installation of 300 new lux LED lights in Newborough and Traralgon.

Three new Labor taxes celebrate their third birthday
Labor taxes' anniversary.

People Encouraged to Enter Sustainability Awards
Nominations are now open for 2019 Premier’s Sustainability Awards.

No ‘Fair Go’ for Timber Jobs under Labor
$7.32 billion timber industry threatens thousands of jobs across East Gippsland and north east Victoria

Labor’s Price Hikes have less, not more, Victorians Fishing
Target One Million program just isn’t working.

Gippsland Startup wins a trip to China
Laura Eddington from Warragul and founder of Little Bumble Reusable Food Wraps wins a two day hackathon to Nanjing, China. Find out more about this exciting development for the company.

Latrobe City Council 2019/2020 Draft Budget and Draft Rating Strategy 2019-20
Budget draft considers investment in generational assets for population growth and enhanced liveability.

Honouring Eastern Victoria’s Inspiring Seniors
Nominations are now open for community contributions by seniors and organisations.

Delve Into Art This May
Gippsland celebrates ‘Come and Play All of May

Premier, the Bad Old Days are Here
Country folks left behind during bad old days.

Sculpture Rises from Bushfire Devastation
Resilience through a ash and metal sculpture.

Gippsland, a Tourism Boom that Keeps Growing
New data showed 2018 as tourism industry's biggest year.

Plantation Timber to Take Root in Gippsland
$110 million investment in native plantation timber, including 550 hectares of crown land close to Maryvale and Yallourn North in the Latrobe Valley announced.

Federal Liberal Nationals delivering for Regional Victoria
Investments for safer country roads, reliable regional rail and better rural health for Regional Victorians.

Labor’s Sham Plantation Plan
Bogus plantation timber plan.

Standing with our Valued Lifeline Heroes
Standing with Gippsland communities due to fire and drought.

#BuildingLatrobe
A call for support for #BuildingLatrobe.

Victoria’s Public Housing Gardening Talent in Full Bloom
Victoria’s most outstanding public and community housing gardens awarded.

Latrobe L2P Program: Driver mentor Program to Continue till 2023
Continued assistance to young people with challenges in completing their 120 hours of on-road driving experience.

Bad Old Days' already here under Daniel Andrews
Regional Victoria has already been left behind.

A New Look for Bass Coast Children’s Centre
A bright new learning space for Bass Coast Children’s Centre.

25 May 2019 (Saturday)

Northe Congratulates Good Friday Appeal Community Leaders
Contributors to Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal acknoweledged.

Latrobe Boost to Emergency Ambulance Arrivals
Data shows Ambulance arrtival at the scene of emergencies two minutes quicker in the March quarter.

Fun, Fact and The Famous at This Year’s Latrobe Literary Festival
Diverse program mix in this year's Latrobe Literary Festival.

Funding Helps Seal the Deal
Round two for multiple local road projects.

Northe’s Tribute to Local Service Men and Women
Tribute to men and women following ANSAC Day.

New Stem Facilities for Students in West Gippsland
New facilities for students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics in West Gippsland.

Work Experience at Bass Coast Shire Coucil
By Mathew Copeland – Year 10 Wonthaggi Secondary College

Crime Prevention Grants On Offer to Local Communities
Public Safety Infrastructure Fund (PSIF) applications are now open.

Cowes Skate Park Works Back on Track
Cowes Skate Park work continues.

Comment on Arts and Culture
New Strategy replaces the 2015-2019 Arts and Culture Plan

Freemasons Victoria Helping Gippsland Farmers
Freemasons Victoria to contribute $50,000 to Gippsland Farmers Relief.

Local Moe Company Wins Manufacturer of the Year
Medium-sized business Manufacturer of the Year named.

Government Support Runs Dry in Latrobe
Drought continues with little support.

Upgraded Classrooms and Facilities for Kurnai College
Bigger, better classrooms and school facilities.

Labor Won’t Rule Out Further Cuts to Timber Availability
5000 hectares available for harvesting timber.

Be Aware of Burning-Off Guidelines
Reminders on local burn-offs.

Water Sector Signs Innovative Energy Deal
New energy partnership to minimise greenhouse gas emissions and maintain affordable water bills.

Upgrades to Morwell Kindergartens’ Play-Based Learning Spaces
First-rate kindergarten with upgrades to Morwell kindergartens.

Where’s Our Share?
No signs of funding yet.

Dedicated Regional Fund Must Continue
1 billion of investment to Regional Victoria to expire on June 30.

Food & Fibre Gippsland Autumn Newsletter
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Northe Raises Need for Industry Support and Jobs
Spotlight on LV unemployment.

Boosting Safety and Reliability on Baw Baw Roads
Reliable and safe roads with Fixing Country Roads Program.

Farmers Don’t Rate A Mention In Labor’s Review
Rise in farm rates overlooked.

Training More Drivers Doesn’t Fix Old, Unreliable Trains
Training more VLine drivers does not replace old trains.

More Funding Announced For Environment Volunteers in Eastern Victoria
Opening of the 2019-2020 Victorian Landcare Grant.

Experimenta Make Sense: International Triennial of Media Art
What it is to be human in the digital age of technological acceleration.

Boosting Safety and Reliability on Latrobe Roads
Reliable and safe roads with Fixing Country Roads Program.

Latrobe Valley Information Network (LVIN)
World’s largest real-time environmental monitoring network goes online in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria on the 1st May.

Liberal Nationals Establish Inquiry to Fix Farm Trespass Laws
Pressure to establish an inquiry into farm trespass laws.

Monday Night's Council Meeting Round-Up: 6 May
May 6 Council Meeting Round-Up

Backing Community Projects in Baw Baw
Support for community projects across Baw Baw Shire.

Monash and W.H Corrigan Reserves Re-development Sod Turning
Construction begins in Monash and W.H Corrigan Reserves re-development.

Federation Training Becomes Tafe Gippsland
Federation Training unveils its new name.

Creating a Powerful Voice for Aboriginal Victorians on Treaty
Victoria’s first – and historic – First People’s Assembly.

Backing Community Projects in Latrobe
Support for community projects in Latrobe.

Community Grants Attract Record Applications
Numerous applications requesting over $285,000 in grant funding.

Building Begins On New Kinder Hub in Morwell
Access to more kindergarten places in Morwell.

Labor’s False Claims Equal No New Trains for Country Victoria
No new trains for Victoria.

Funding Extension for Council’s Rural Access Program
Support for disability with Building Inclusive Communities ‘Rural Access’ Program.

Committed to Reducing Emissions
100kW rooftop solar power for Wonthaggi Civic Centre.

The Line Between Us
Art in exploration of time and connection between natural and synthetic environment.

Funding Boost for Newborough’s Athletes
10 new multi-sport courts and a pavilion to be constructed.

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