Gippsland FM is a local community radio station in the central Gippsland/Latrobe Valley area in Victoria, Australia. Situated in the town of Morwell, this station is like 400 other community radio stations around the country, providing access and alternatives to mainstream media outlets, while maintaining a listener base of 30,000 per week.
Gippsland FM is a non-profit, volunteer-run organisation which aims to provide an alternative radio service for the local community; complementing and supplementing the national and commercial radio networks.
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All aboard the Vintage Steam Train!
Departing Melbourne, stopping at Moe (Departs 10:20am) and Traralgon (Arrives approx 11:05am)
Travel through the mysterious Haunted Hills, Hearne’s Oak and Morwell before arriving in Traralgon; where you can enjoy a coffee or meal in one of our many restaurants and cafés, a Traralgon Historical Walk or shopping in the many retail stores on offer.
For more information contact:
LATROBE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE 1800 621 409 or email@example.com
Moe to Traralgon Adult $15
Moe to Traralgon Child $10 (3yrs - 16yrs)
Purchased online via the below link.
Passengers must be at the station at least 15 minutes prior to advertised departure time.
CAT OWNER SOUGHT
Morwell Police Station get many visitors to the Police Station and today we had a special visitor.
A cat walked into the Morwell Police Station Custody Area. Police have confirmed she is not the cat burglar we are looking for and has been exonerated from all criminal involvement however police are still trying to establish her identity and her place of residence.
Please see the attached photo below of one of our custody officers who we do know the identity of, holding the unknown cat.
If this is your cat please contact Latrobe City Council on 1300 367 700
-------OPERATION UNDERWAY THIS WEEKEND--------
Police are conducting an Operation across the Latrobe Valley this weekend targeting unlocked vehicles.
Over the past year there has been a significant increase in theft from motor vehicles across the Latrobe Valley, In almost 80% of these incidents vehicles had been left unlocked.
Police will be out over the weekend checking for vehicles that have been left unlocked and will be speaking to owners in regard to securing their vehicles and belongings.
The operations aim is to educate the community and re-enforce the notion that everyone is responsible for contributing to crime prevention.
For further information please contact Acting Sergeant HODGES at Moe Police Station on (03) 5128 1100.