Tune into Irish Heatbeat with Gwen Twaddle every Tuesday at 1pm to hear the sounds of traditional Irish music. If you live outside the central Gippsland region, you can always tune in by streaming Gippsland FM online.
If you missed out on attending the youth info night/Youth training sessions that were held on the school holidays, don't worry you can still join Gippsland FM. If you aged 14-26 and keen to get into radio with Gippsland FM SYN Media from Melbourne which is a Youth Radio network will be coming down on Saturday May 12th to do a radio training workshop.
For more details about the day just email the Youth Coordinator Reggie Sporle (He will be finishing in the role at the end of May 31st) firstname.lastname@example.org or contact SYN Regional Engagement Coordinator Josh Martin at SYN on 03 9639 2673 or email email@example.com
*Correction on the Street name - 42 Buckley Street, Morwell(Located inside the ETU Building)
Today is the day for Gippsland FM's new Tower and Antenna Arrray. Tower is now standing. During the Gippsland FM 104 fm will be going off the air,for some hours while this important work is carried out. ... See MoreSee Less
Most of you would had seen the signs already on the sides on the princess highway, so as of today Tramway Road, Morwell will be closed to traffic at the level crossing from 6:30am Thursday 12 April until 6:30pm Friday 13 April while V/Line complete the works.
Signage and local diversions will be in place and some delays can be expected. ... See MoreSee Less
Not ones to blow their own trumpet, Lachlan and Heath Wilson instead played the cornet and percussion respectively to take home a swag of prizes at the National Band Championships held in Melbourne over the Easter weekend.
There is a accident at the moment on the princess highway in Traralgon at the intersection of kosciuszko street and princes highway. There is police and ambulances at the scene. Remember to slow down to 40 when driving past the emergency vehicles on the scene
School principals in the Moe-Newborough area have objected to Moe Racing Club's application for a half-day public holiday for the Moe Cup due to the impact of the holiday on school attendance. Moe-Newborough residents would also receive a further half-day holiday for the Melbourne Cup.
Latrobe City Council has decided to consult the community on the issue. What do you think? Is having two half-day public holidays too disruptive for schools in the area?