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.
Morwell Police Station have come into possession of lost property. Below is a list of property that the Morwell Property Officer has in her office and would like to locate the owner.
- a black wallet has been located at Midvalley Shopping Center on the 20th March 2017. there is no identifying cards in the wallet. The owner will have disclose the amount of money and other cards that have been found in the wallet.
- On the 14th March 2017, a Samsung touch screen tablet has been located near some traffic light in Morwell. The tablet is white in colour and has a distinctive marking.
- Police have had a number of GPS systems handed in. The GPS systems were found near Driffield Road, Morwell on the 9th March 2017. If you have had your GPS system stolen from your vehicle it could be yours so grab the box i know you would have kept and come to the Morwell Police Station and see if we have yours.
- A Purple and Black travel bag with several clothing items and medication was located on the Princes Highway on the 11th March 2017.
If you think you might own any of the above items please contact the property officer at Morwell Police Station on 5131 5000.
Talk about a strong turnout!
In the first two hours, the Gippsland Jobs Fair has welcomed 800 people through the doors.
It's on at Kernot Hall until 8pm tonight (Friday).
Five hundred vacant jobs are being promoted on the jobs board and there are 48 employers exhibiting.
As Hazelwood prepares to switch off all eight turbines, WIN News has been taken for a behind the scenes look inside the power station. The generator, which has powered Victoria for more than 50 years, will cease operations in just 9 days
As part of National Youth Week Latrobe City Council have partnered with Advance Morwell Inc and Latrobe City Youth to organised an outdoor screening of EDDIE THE EAGLE for Friday March 31st at the Tarwin Pop Up Park.
Starring Australia's very own Hugh Jackman and Taron Egerton, come down for relaxing movie under the stars!
COMMENCING AT 8:30pm