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Trains are back

TRAINS will resume running the full length of the Gippsland line (between Moe and Bairnsdale) from next Monday following the successful repair of culverts in the Morwell River Wetlands.

Drivers being warned to watch out for frisky turtles

Turtles with love on their minds are vulnerable on local roads, the DSE is warning. 

Mental Health Week event in Sale

A free event will be held on Thursday in Sale to increase the community's understanding of mental health conditions.

A chance to record

Maffra Secondary College year eight student Paige Forster is leaping out at her dreams towards a career in music.

St Patrick’s College Sale birthday

Catholic College Sale has invited former students to join in the celebration of the 90th anniversary of the opening of St Patrick's College Sale (Sale Catholic College and Catholic College Sale) on Saturday and Sunday, October 13 and 14.

Assaults are up

VICTORIA Police statistics indicate residents of the Wellington Police Service Area have almost twice the likelihood of being assaulted compared with the state average.

CSG information night in Sale

WHEN Dr Rowena Knoesen's seven-year-old daughter asked her recently if cows' milk would be safe to drink if they grazed on land also used for coal seam gas mining, she couldn't give her an answer.

Building bonds between hospital and prison

IT might have started out as a joke between man and wife but when CGHS food services assistant Linda Munnings told her husband that she wanted some benches for the hospital courtyard, he delivered.

Evacuations after gas leak

RESIDENTS in Marley St, Sale were evacuated on Wednesday morning after a gas line was punctured on a construction site.

Winds bring down power lines

SEVERE weather caused havoc on Wednesday, with the high velocity winds starting a grass fire from a planned burn and power supply interupted to numerous communities in Wellington Shire.

Armed robbery charges

EAST Gippsland Criminal Investigation Unit detectives have charged a Sale man following an alleged armed robbery at a licensed premises in Bairnsdale

Abalone trafficking charges

Two New South Wales men have been charged with abalone trafficking after  allegedly  being found in possession of and  taking a commercial quantity of abalone from the Point Hicks Marine National Park near Cann River last week.

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