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Seed to deliver free wellbeing programs

SEED Lakeside Community Garden in Sale will receive federal funding for a new project that will provide free health and wellbeing-focussed programs to the...

Aqua Energy reopens with limits

Pools and gyms can reopen in most regions across Victoria, after the state tipped over its 70 per cent first COVID vaccination target last...

Ryan’s high distinction at science olympiads

Catholic College Sale's Ryan Heskey has achieved a high distinction in the physics exam for the Australian Science Olympiads, which places him in the...

On the prowl for foster carers

As the weather begins to warm, many Gippsland residents relish the nicer days and sunny afternoons. But for animal rescue organisations such as Animal Aid...

Pet store, vet at car yard site

SALE is set to become home to a new pet retailer which will take over the former site of Sale City Motors on Foster...

Petition for a memorial park in Loch Sport

A GROUP of Loch Sport residents is calling for the creation of a memorial park in the town to allow locals to have a...

Sale Music Festival plans for ’22

Planning is well underway for the ninth 'Sale Music Festival Picnic On The Green', to be held on the Labour Day long weekend. The free...

Music program strikes a chord at Araluen

Most students at Araluen Primary School in Sale are participating in the school's new instrumental program. Titled AIM HIGH (Araluen Instrumental Musicians: Hands-on, Inclusive, Growth...

Briagolong Primary School students get creative

Local artist Colin Little has been working with Briagolong Primary School as part of a six-month creative 'workers-in-schools' program. Mr Little has developed creative projects...

A new project is growing in Maffra

Greenthumbs of Maffra rejoice — the town will soon join Sale, Heyfield and Loch Sport in boasting its very own community garden. Earmarked for the...

Monday Tucker is looking to get back on track

MONDAY Tucker, which provides nutritious meals for vulnerable people, is looking for options to resume.   Until the brakes were put on the service, every Monday...

We’ve been here before

A CENTURY ago, the post-war world faced a similar pandemic to today's coronavirus. The 1918 pneumonic influenza pandemic spread from February 1918 to April 1920,...

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Latrobe Regional Hospital an exposure site

Latrobe Regional Hospital has been identified as an exposure site after a COVID-19 positive person attended the hospital.Gippsland Region Public Health Unit says it...