Publication: Latrobe Valley Express

First reported 9 hours ago - Updated 9 hours ago - 1 reports

Opportunity knocks on Anzac Day

FOOTBALLby FARRAH PLUMMERGIPPSLAND football leagues see an opportunity - not a problem - following a State Government decision to not offer an extra public holiday for Anzac Day 2015 despite it falling on a Saturday.The Gippsland and North Gippsland football ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 9 hours ago]
Entities: Anzac Day, Acquisition
First reported 10 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

Left stranded

, midnightTracey Chambers was annoyed last week after her train unexpectedly arrived at an opposite platform unannounced at the Trafalgar train station. photograph tom morrisonV/Line will review how it announces service changes at unmanned regional stations, ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Entities: V/Line
First reported 10 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

Pull up a chair to a new conversation

, midnightDemocratic action: Latrobe Valley 1st members Ann Pulbrook and Tracie Lund are promoting kitchen table discussions. photograph tom morrisonConversations aired at the kitchen table hope to stimulate community debate about local issues in the ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
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Reserve the right to rejoice

, midnightOne of Morwell's hidden natural gems is set to receive $140,000 in amenity upgrades after years of vandalism, fire damage and dwindling support.The Crinigan Bushland Reserve at the edge of the town will receive a new fire-proof, tin compost ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
First reported 10 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

Symbols of hope

, midnightSoroptimist International Group of Gippsland president Samantha Brick will assist the community to create paper lanterns. photograph bryan petts-jonesPaper lanterns will be used to shine a light on communities impacted by the Hazelwood mine ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
First reported 10 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

Woman injured in Morwell car collision

, 5:56 p.m.A WOMAN has been airlifted to hospital after two cars collided at the Strzelecki Highway and Princes Freeway roundabout in Morwell.The 54 year-old Morwell woman was in the passenger seat of her 29 year-old son’s green Chrysler, who was driving ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
First reported 10 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

Alleged assault of paramedic

An alleged punch-on between a paramedic and a Moe man on Saturday is under police investigation.Moe Police Sergeant Ben McWilliam said the incident occurred about 11.30pm in Haig Street, Moe after an ambulance was called to assist the 25 year-old Moe ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
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Super smash brother takes on the world

Sam Darroch competed at an international event in Las Vegas.The energy in the Las Vegas function room was electric.Hardcore punters packed out the space as the fighting tournament's most ruthless combatants went head-to-head in the title match bout.Every ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
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Uni shuttle bus saved at 11th hour

, midnightFederation University staff members Beth Edmondson and Lianping Chen, with PhD student Theresa Jones want certainty about the future of the shuttle bus. photograph louis nelsonThe surprise cancellation of a shuttle bus connection between Federation ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
First reported 10 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

Valley's coal seam gas concerns

, midnightKaren Thurgood, Trevor Christensen, Voices of the Valley president Wendy Farmer and Kerryn Wall voiced concerns surrounding coal seam gas mining to independent facilitator Ross Davies (middle).photograph tom morrisonConcerns, opinions and questions ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
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Splitsville for the Valley?

PRO-SECESSION sentiment could be brewing in a second Latrobe Valley town, after a former Latrobe City mayor called on the Moe community to "discuss" the possibility of breaking away from the rest of the Valley.Brendan Jenkins said true unity among Valley ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 17 hours ago]
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 1 reports

Final marching orders for briquette workers

, midnightMore than 30 Mecrus employees at Morwell's Energy Brix briquette factory have been handed their final marching orders, effective 30 August.In letters of termination delivered to 33 employees on Friday morning, Mecrus told workers its current ... [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 17 hours ago]

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"It's been successful over the last few years, and we're looking forward to continuing the tradition."
"We'd like to apologise to Ms Chambers for the last minute platform change ... we are happy to offer Ms Chambers compensation and reimburse her for her fare."
"I thought it wasn't a real validation of what everybody was saying because there's no data to go back with" Mrs Farmer said

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Opportunity knocks on Anzac Day [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 9 hours ago]
Left stranded [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Valley's coal seam gas concerns [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Uni shuttle bus saved at 11th hour [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Super smash brother takes on the world [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Alleged assault of paramedic [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Woman injured in Morwell car collision [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Symbols of hope [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Reserve the right to rejoice [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Pull up a chair to a new conversation [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 10 hours ago]
Final marching orders for briquette workers [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 17 hours ago]
Splitsville for the Valley? [Published Latrobe Valley Express - 17 hours ago]
Keen eye on the sky [Published Latrobe Valley Express - Jul 25 2014]
Houses up in flames [Published Latrobe Valley Express - Jul 25 2014]
Valley breaks through the ice epidemic together [Published Latrobe Valley Express - Jul 25 2014]
Staff await final payout [Published Latrobe Valley Express - Jul 25 2014]
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Twin City right on target [Published Latrobe Valley Express - Jul 25 2014]
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When Mid Gippsland giants collide [Published Latrobe Valley Express - Jul 24 2014]
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