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.
"Slapper" a movie filmed in #Morwell has been selected to screen at the Sundance Film Festival. Congratulations to Luci Schroder for such a great film. #Gippsnews
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AFL Pre - Season game returns to Gippsland for the first time in two years, with Collingwood vs Richmond on Saturday, March 11 at Ted Summerton Reserve in Moe. The match starts at 1.10pm and it will be live on Fox Footy. Expecting a big crowd for the match. (Reggie) #gippsnews ... See MoreSee Less
AFL football is returning to Latrobe Valley next year with Collingwood to face Richmond at Moe's Ted Summerton Reserve in the JLT Community Series on Saturday, 11 March.
Are you looking to seeing two of the country's best clubs battle it out in Gippsland?
It's Open Day time for our students, families and the wider school community!
THIS Thursday 8th December everyone will have the opportunity to see our new school.
Students are to attend at their current school as normal on Thursday and from there they will be transported to MCPS for a 10am assembly followed by a tour and free BBQ lunch. Students will return to their current schools at approximately 12:15pm.
PARENT guided tours will leave from the PAC every 10 to 15 minutes beginning at 11:30am through to 1pm.
The Open Day will conclude with a Community BBQ at the PAC from 12pm.
See you there! 😀
Victoria’s emergency broadcasting network has been expanded in time for the summer fire season.. The addition of Gippsland FM, 3MGB and Light FM to the pool of emergency broadcasters means there will be 62 stations providing vital emergency
Members of Voices of the Valley attended the Community Conversation organized by Latrobe City Council last night.
It was great having so many people in the room discussing the transition of the Latrobe Valley. Some of the wide range of ideas talked about included renewable energy, aged care, education, mine rehabilitation, improving public transport, and local projects.
We were also joined by John Tate, former mayor of Newcastle City Council. He talked about the transition Newcastle underwent, and how important it is to listen to the views of the community.
Thank you to the Latrobe City Council for organizing such a well run event.
The Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN) have been made aware of scammers contacting victims purporting to be from the ACORN unit. They may request remote access to your computer which can result in identity theft or compromise and in some instances fraud.
The ACORN wish to advise that they will never contact you to request remote access to your computer.
If you have submitted an ACORN report and further information is required the police agency investigating your report will contact you.
If anyone calls you claiming to be from the ACORN or the police, please hang up and call your local police station (not a number provided by the caller).