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1 Oct 2013 (Tuesday)

Lose the post AFL belly blues in time for the Spring Racing Carnival
Your 2013 Guide to moving on from the AFL Season and stepping into the Spring Racing Carnival.

10 Oct 2013 (Thursday)

Nominations Now Open For 2014 Victorian Young Achiever Awards
Member for Morwell Russell Northe today announced the opening of nominations for the Victorian Young Achiever Awards 2014. Mr Northe said nominations were sought from young people who are making a significant

Last Chance To Submit Entry For Premier’S Spirit Of Anzac Prize
Year nine and ten students with a passion for history and a thirst for knowledge have one week left to enter the 2013-14 Premier‟s Spirit of Anzac Prize for their chance to participate in an overseas study tour.

Open Gardens October growing roots in Latrobe City
Are you looking for inspiration and ideas on how to grow your own fruit and vegetables this spring?

14 Oct 2013 (Monday)

More Feet, Less Seat as DEECD Gets Active
Healthy Together Latrobe launched ‘Think on Your Feet’, a program that encourages local office workers to get up and move more at work whenever they can, for better health.

Traralgon North Development Plan and Development Contribution Plan
The Traralgon North Development Plan and Development Contribution Plan was endorsed by Council on Monday 7 October subject to the gazettal of Planning Scheme Amendment C78 by the Minister for Planning.

Hitchcock Meets Hilarious In A Jolly Good Show!
Get ready for a few good belly laughs when Hit Production’s The 39 Steps comes to the Latrobe Performing Arts Centre on Thursday 24 October from 8pm.

Council Governance Procedures
Latrobe City Council has become aware of false claims circulating in the community regarding governance procedures at the ordinary council meeting of 7 October 2013.

Stars Come Out At The Gallery
The stars will be out on Wednesday 16 October at a special extended hours event at the Latrobe Regional Gallery when the Latrobe Valley Astronomical Society presents a lunar and planetary introduction

17 Oct 2013 (Thursday)

Neighbourhood Watch Latrobe Crimewatch News, Latrobe Police Service Area October 2013
Coming Events, Award for Police CO-Ordinator, Barry Sheen Tribute Ride, Hot Spot, Crime Prevention Tips,Safer Communities Group Reports.

18 Oct 2013 (Friday)

Melbourne Cup To Tour Bass Coast
The 2013 Melbourne Cup will be visiting Bass Coast for two days as part of the Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour.

23 Oct 2013 (Wednesday)

Schools In Latrobe City Set To Benefit From Increased Investment In Student Health And Wellbeing In 2014
A program which is making Victorian schools a better place to grow and learn is being expanded in 2014, Member for Morwell Russell Northe said.

Relay For Life A Big Success
Member for Morwell and Patron of this year’s Relay for Life Russell Northe congratulated Janine Hayes, Sue Van Heurck and the local relay committee for their amazing work and success of the 2013 Latrobe Relay for Life.

More Funding To Combat Graffiti In Latrobe City
Latrobe City Council will receive $7,805 to tackle graffiti under the latest round of the Victorian Coalition Government’s graffiti grants program.

Tidy Town Win For Shearwater Festival
The Shearwater Festival was awarded winner of the Keep Australia Beautiful Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards in the Community Action Leadership (population above 3,000) category recently.

Thousands In Grants Will Help Make Latrobe City A Safer Place
Six crime prevention projects across Latrobe City will receive over $55,000 as part of a $1 million funding boost delivered under the latest round of the Victorian Coalition Governments Community Safety Fund grants.

Council Committed To Service Continuity
Bass Coast Shire Council is very disappointed that UnitingCare Gippsland has chosen to withdraw as the operator of the Phillip Island Early Learning Centre and three other child care centres in Gippsland.

$70,000 Paths Way For Connected Morwell Community
Member for Morwell Russell Northe today announced $70,000 in funding from the Victorian Government¡¦s $100 million Putting Locals First Program (PLFP) which will contribute to the building of a community BBQ area and

Get Dressed Winners
For the second year running, Bass Coast businesses and residents got in the spirit of the Phillip Island MotoGP, with plenty of worthy winners of Bass Coast Shire Council’s Get Dressed competition.

Peter Reith Report Will Raise The Energy Problem – But What Is The Solution?
The government is yet to respond to the long-awaited report into gas supply in Victoria being produced by former MP Peter Reith.

29 Oct 2013 (Tuesday)

Rookie Reporters Now Wanted For 2014 Season
Member for Morwell Russell Northe today said that aspiring young journalists with a passion for footy can now apply for a highly coveted place in the AFL’s Rookie Reporter Program.

30 Oct 2013 (Wednesday)

Networks Enhance Support For Drug Treatment
New networks are being established across Victoria to enhance and support community-based pharmacotherapy services, Member for Morwell Russell Northe said today.

Pilot Project To Target Those Most At Risk Of Blindness In Latrobe
Eye disease in Latrobe will be targeted in a new $1.57 million pilot program to be rolled out by the Vision Initiative, Minister for Health David Davis recently announced.

Stamp Of Approval For Latrobe Community Health Service
Latrobe Community Health¡¦s dental health services provided in the towns of Traralgon, Morwell and Churchill has come through with flying colours after being surveyed against the new National Safety &

Northe Encourages The Community To Apply For $20 Million In Children¡¦S Capital Grants
The Victorian Government has announced $20 million in grants to build and upgrade children¡¦s services across the state.

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