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Gyms, pools open from Saturday

Gyms and pools will reopen across regional Victoria from 11.59pm tomorrow night, but construction workers statewide must show proof of vaccination in order to...

Wellington Shire hits 70 per cent first dose

More than 70 per cent of residents in Wellington Shire have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. New data from the federal Health...

New kerbside bin for organics – no plans for glass recycling bin

Wellington Shire Council has clarified while its new food and garden organics kerbside bins should be rolled out from October next year, the council...

Police allege woman took money intended for bushfire and flood victims

Police have charged a Traralgon woman following an extensive investigation into multiple payments allegedly received from the Bushfire Relief Fund and the Gippsland Flood...

Coaches replace trains as more than 300 V/Line staff isolate

Major disruptions on the V/Line network have been continuing this week, with a significant number of V/Line train drivers in isolation following positive coronavirus...

Foster care in crisis – traumatised kids unable to access mental health support

A Sale-based charity is calling for greater scrutiny of mental health supports in the out of home care system in Victoria, saying carers are...

Ramahyuck’s Longford solar farm receives $1m

VICTORIA’S first solar farm wholly-owned and operated by an Aboriginal corporation has received $1 million in state funding. Sale’s Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation was allocated...

Man charged over tragic crash which killed six-year-old girl

Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives have charged a man following a fatal crash involving an off-road buggy in Rosedale on Saturday afternoon which claimed...

More information sought on possible COVID cases in east Gippsland

Gippsland Region Public Health Unit has confirmed it is aware of reports of two potential COVID-19 positive cases in east Gippsland, but says the...

Abuse from city visitors doing the wrong thing

Josh Farrell While many local business are back trading, they are now facing the fresh challenges of tight restrictions, including having to turn away Melburnians...

Tragic buggy fatality claims life of six-year-old girl

Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives have charged a man following a fatal crash involving an off-road buggy in Rosedale on Saturday afternoon which claimed...

Positive COVID case linked to V/Line

A positive case of COVID-19 has been identified in west Gippsland, linked to the V/Line workforce.Gippsland Region Public Health Unit says from a Gippsland...

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Gyms, pools open from Saturday

Gyms and pools will reopen across regional Victoria from 11.59pm tomorrow night, but construction workers statewide must show proof of vaccination in order to...