November 2000 - Archived News
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Did Smut Spammers Scam Google?
The best anti-spam search engine gets the whole can
Discontent at Contentville.com
Writers attack Contentville.com for selling stolen words
U.S. anti-spam legislation
The Unsolicited E-mail Act slams spam
IBM expands Palm access software
Swap takes the lead in new technology
RACV urges Victoria to support fuel campaign
Get up and fight against the price rise
1930s time capsule unearthed in Morwell
Letters give an insight to days gone by
MP self-funds re-election campaign
Peter McGuaran learns promotion
Latrobe Regional Gallery goes online
Check out the new website!
Phillip Island prepares for grand prix
Preperations suggest an unexpected spinoff of benefits for the area
H & M Strini goes online7 Nov 2000 (Tuesday)
Locals show the world what they can do
Targets for the litter blitz
A warning to clean up our act
Latrobe City Mayor takes on Chair of Gippsland Local Government Network
Latrobe City Mayor, Councillor Tony Hanning, has taken on the position of Chair of the Gippsland Local Government Network, at a handover meeting in Bairnsdale last Friday.
East Gippsland caves to be upgraded
The Buchan caves are set for a new lease on life
Rural power charges unacceptable
Unfair prices shock consumers.
Latrobe on track with budget in first quarter
First quarter was consistent with the budget forecasts
Nats urge free bus access for country students
A call from students instigates a chance for students to have access to free transport
Input called for on Victoria’s Constitution
Former Victorian Premiers Dick Hamer and John Cain will convene a Constitutional Convention at Parliament House in Melbourne on 30 November.
Labor petrol price inquiry bound for Trafalgar 8 Nov 2000 (Wednesday)
Petrol price enquiry is open to public debate
Major reports on Aboriginal Reconciliation and Regional Autonomy endorsed by Council
Latrobe City Council’s Braiakaulung Advisory Committee has advised Council on several key reports affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia.
Latrobe City Council endorses Tourism and Major Events Strategy Plan
A tourism and major events strategy plan has been prepared in consultation with tourism operators in Latrobe City.
Funding for a Safer Gippsland welcomed9 Nov 2000 (Thursday)
Latrobe City Mayor, Cr Tony Hanning, has welcomed the Safer Gippsland funding announcement made at the Moe Town Hall today.
We want your vote to rate local web sites!10 Nov 2000 (Friday)
We have listed some of the local web sites that have listed themselves in the Directory. Give them feed back by rating the sites listing in the Shop page of the Directory.
Gippsland lacks services for mentally ill
Despite the obvious need for this kind of service, Gippsland is falling short
Local chardonnay among the best
Gippsland proves it has great taste
Longford-Tas gas pipeline approved
Esso sets sail
Bairnsdale races attract big crowds
There is no mistaking the thrill of the race
East Gippsland council considers mosquito control 15 Nov 2000 (Wednesday)
The controversial mosquito problem opens for public debate
Adrenalin rocks the youth of the Valley16 Nov 2000 (Thursday)
Underage go hard or go home
There is no Scape21 Nov 2000 (Tuesday)
A new lease of life on the outlook of webdesign
Maffra community launches Internet project
Maffra gets lessons in the latest technology
Are your customers clicking or cursing?
The etailer must do everything they can to maintain the serenity of the consumer. How?
Colour by region
We need your advice! How do you feel about our new colour scheme?
Walhalla pushes Telstra for better phone service
As the need for telecommunications grow, Walhalla gets impatient
Rodda Music Rocks!
The new website gets musical
Learn how to be the leader of the click-and-mortar E-tail industry
The life of the virtual party22 Nov 2000 (Wednesday)
The day your site goes "live" marks an exciting occasion that should be celebrated. How?
Promoting Active Citizenship
A new program for local people to explore citizenship and how democratic processes effect them and their community.
Food Safety and Doggy Bags
More than four million Australians contract food poisoning each year, despite the safety of the nation’s food supplies.
Buckle up your kids says Mayor23 Nov 2000 (Thursday)
Latrobe City Mayor, Councillor Tony Hanning, today urged residents to buckle up when travelling in cars.
Drowning prompts call to learn CPR
Tragedy calls for action.
Gippsland farmers told to check before cutting firebreaks
Find out why. Read on...
Vic residents want revaluation process overhauled
The townspeople are preparing to fight