Gippsland FM is a local community radio station in the central Gippsland/Latrobe Valley area in Victoria, Australia. Located in Morwell, this station is like 400 other community radio stations around the country, providing access and an alternative to mainstream media outlets, while maintaining a valued 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.
What a great turn out at the Maltese Festa In Morwell. A very special thanks to the Maltese organisers for inviting us to the festa and allowing us to broadcast it live on Gippsland FM. Also a special thanks to all the special guests on the show. We hope you enjoyed listening to Reggie and Allan and hope you enjoyed going to the Festa. ... See MoreSee Less
With only a few days to go we thought we would run a last minute competition!! To get free entry, a stubby holder and 2 free raffle tickets all you have to do is like this post, tag at least 2 friends and share this post! Winner will be announced friday.
A great crowd has turned out at Immigration Park in Morwell for the 2018 Gold Coast commonwealth games queens baton relay and featuring live performances from Damien Leith and The Strzelecki Stringbusters. ... See MoreSee Less
TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
Don't miss this opportunity to see the Pies take on the Doggies right here in the Valley as part of the AFL's JLT Community Series.
When? 1:05pm, Saturday 10 March 2018
Where? Ted Summerton Reserve, Moe
Secure your tickets at: premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=JLTCUP0618#
Latrobe City Council
Collingwood Football Club
Coming up next month youth coordinator Reggie Sporle along with his fellow youth team will be holding a youth info night for those who are keen to get into community radio. If your age 14-26 and interested in coming along on the night, all the contact details can be found on the picture of the event.
You will also get to meet other radio presenters, plus the current youth radio team.
Did you see the giant load travelling from AGL Loy Yang towards Melbourne overnight?
Hundreds of people lined vantage points along the route to watch four prime movers pull and push the 700 tonne load.
AGL is shipping the generator to Germany for maintenance works.
The journey continues from Officer tonight.
Share your photos and videos in the comments.
And check out this video as the load passed through Trafalgar about 10.30pm last night.
Moving the load will cause significant delays, as there won’t be any opportunity to overtake it, unless you’re guided by the Transport Safety Services team. This could take up to 15 minutes depending on the location of the load and whether it can safely pull over
The amalgamation of the Latrobe Valley's municipalities in the 1990s was the best move forward for the region, according to Latrobe City mayor Darrell White, who on Friday was named an Order of Australia recipient.