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  • Latrobe City Council Senior of the Year

    Posted on 7 October 2016

    Latrobe City Council has announced Max Williamson from Morwell as the 2016 Latrobe City Council Senior of the Year.

  • State government to increase statutory planning fees

    Posted on 12 October 2016

    Following a state-wide review of planning fees, Latrobe City Council is implementing the State Government’s increases to planning permit applications, with the new fee structure to begin on 13 October 2016. All permit applications submitted before the beginning of October will be subject to the existing fee rate.

  • Rock along with The Mik Maks during Children’s Week

    Posted on 13 October 2016

    Celebrate Children’s Week at the Latrobe Performing Arts Centre with the swinging, singing Aussie sensations, The Mik Maks.

  • Rediscover the laughs of yesteryear at Performing Arts Centre

    Posted on 13 October 2016

    Join Hilary Henshaw and special guest Will Conyers on this rib-tickling tour de force as they remember best-loved comedy pieces of yesteryear. On a Humorous Note will be performed at the Latrobe Performing Arts Centre on Wednesday 26 October from 11am.

  • Aussie icon Rod Quantock to appear at Performing Arts Centre

    Posted on 13 October 2016

    Rod Quantock has been a stand-up and, more recently, a sit-down comedian for almost 50 years

  • Maintaining Swimming Pool and Spa Safety

    Posted on 18 October 2016

    With longer days and warmer weather approaching, many Victorians are preparing their home’s outdoor areas for summer and this is the time where home maintenance can play a significant part in the safety of your family.

  • Bushfire Management Overlay update

    Posted on 18 October 2016

    An update of Victoria’s Bushfire Management Overlay (BMO) maps, which identify areas that are at risk of extreme bushfire, is currently underway by the state government and Latrobe City Council has provided a submission.

  • Moe Tennis Courts reconstruction underway

    Posted on 27 October 2016

    A reconstruction project at the Moe Tennis Club will see the demolition of 12 of the existing courts and the delivery of ten new plexi-pave courts with new lighting and fencing. The project is expected to be completed in February 2017.

  • Coal buffer extension not required

    Posted on 31 October 2016

    Latrobe City Council has released expert consultant reports into perceived ground movement issues in south eastern Traralgon before an independent planning panel.