28 August 2017 Small businesses in the Churchill and Moe area will be able to access relevant, reliable and affordable information on growing their business at workshops to be held in the Latrobe Valley. Churchill: The Andrews Labor Government’s E19637 Keep the Cash Flowing short..
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Monday, 28 August 2017 Small businesses in the Drouin area will be able to access relevant, reliable and affordable information on growing their business at a workshop to be held on Tuesday, 12 September 2017 and Tuesday, 19 September 2017. Last year more than 4,600..
Secondary school students in Bairnsdale will have access to the healthcare they need thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Emergency services volunteers across East Gippsland have received a funding boost of nearly $195,000 for equipment, training and facility upgrades to help continue protecting their communities.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with giving young Victorians in Gippsland the vital swim skills they need, providing $400,000 towards the 2018 VICSWIM Summer Kidz Program.
With Malcolm Turnbull's plebiscite already under way, we need to show the Liberals that Australia is ready for marriage equality. You are invited to join the Minister for Equality, Rainbow Labor and supporters at the Equal Love Rally to show your support, and wear something red!
Latrobe Regional Gallery in Morwell has reopened with a new look and a new direction that is set to make the gallery a significant drawcard for people from across the region and beyond.
More women and girls will soon be shooting goals and hitting aces, thanks to the newly upgraded Glengarry Netball and Tennis Pavilion.
Stars of Australia’s National Basketball League (NBL) and Melbourne Stars Big Bash League Club will soon play and coach in the Latrobe Valley under new partnership agreements with the Andrews Labor Government.
Work is underway to install more than 40,000 new sleepers between Pakenham and Traralgon, which will keep services safe and reliable for passengers
The Turnbull Liberal Government is coming after Medicare again - this time with their new plan to cut Medicare home visits by axing a vital rebate that supports after-hours GP services.
The parliamentary inquiry into fuel prices in regional Victoria is now accepting public submissions.
Code 1 ambulance response times across Victoria hit 81 per cent in the last quarter – an improvement of six percentage points on the same period last year and the best June quarter result on record.