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Confusion over case, two exposure sites in Sale

CONFUSION reigned in Sale late last week with the government providing conflicting information over a COVID case in Sale and two exposure sites. While the...

Regional Victoria’s roadmap

Regional Victorians will be waiting until at least November 5 until people can visit homes, but should have 30 people around the Christmas table,...

Construction workers’ Thursday deadline for vaccination

CONSTRUCTION workers statewide must show proof of vaccination in order to keep working beyond Thursday, in a move welcomed by the Master Builders Association. Mr...

Only scan QR codes at trusted businesses

Scammers are continuing to inundate the phones of local residents with phoney texts and calls, ranging from things such as parcel deliveries, to job...

Rental shortages continue in Wellington Shire

Wellington Shire continues to see a shortage of rentals, as the exodus from Melbourne and rising house prices team up to cause more difficulty...

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...

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Wellington now has 10 COVID cases

Wellington Shire's COVID-19 case numbers have doubled since yesterday, now numbering 10. However, Gippsland Region Public Health says there are no public exposure sites in...

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