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  • Find out how to save on solar installation with Gippy Bulk Buy

    Posted on 28 June 2018

    Residents in Latrobe City can find out how to save on solar installation by attending a series of information sessions to explain Gippy Bulk Buy, a solar program organised through the Latrobe Valley Community Power Hub. The scheme offers residents and businesses discounts on solar supplies, harnessing the power of bulk buying.

  • Red, amber, green on road works progress

    Posted on 9 July 2018

    Our crews are always busy with capital works programs

  • Council welcomes decentralisation support

    Posted on 9 July 2018

    Latrobe City Council has welcomed a report from the House of Representatives Select Committee on Regional Development and Decentralisation giving renewed support to the concept of government agency decentralisation.

  • Join us for National Tree Day to revegetate College Park

    Posted on 13 July 2018

    Latrobe City Council is calling on the community to dig deep this month and join in a tree planting event.

  • Lonely Planet director to inspire at business breakfast

    Posted on 13 July 2018

    Gus Balbontin, former Lonely Planet executive director is coming to Latrobe City to present at the Gippsland Small Business Breakfast on Wednesday 8 August at Momo, in Seymour Street, Traralgon from 7.15am.

  • Tender loving care for Gippsland infrastructure

    Posted on 18 July 2018

    Designs and concepts for the $46 million Gippsland Regional Aquatic Centre and $17 million Traralgon Sports Stadium have been revealed, giving the community a first glimpse at the much anticipated major infrastructure projects.

  • New exhibitions at LRG to inspire audiences

    Posted on 19 July 2018

    Latrobe Regional Gallery has been awarded a Creative Victoria grant of $26,400 to engage audiences, for four major exhibitions which are part of its diverse exhibition calendar.

  • Shedding a light on health and social connectivity at Waterhole Creek

    Posted on 26 July 2018

    The lighting project at Waterhole Creek is officially finalised and the lights have been switched on.

  • Online network a boost for local business

    Posted on 2 August 2018

    A partnership between Latrobe City Council and Latrobe Valley Authority, Gippsland Business Connect is a free and innovative tool to connect local business with the local community - a win-win for the economy. There will be an information session held on Friday 3 August, 3.30pm, at the Traralgon Service Centre in Kay Street.

  • Startup funding to boost local enterprise

    Posted on 3 August 2018

    Latrobe City is joining with Bass Coast, Baw Baw and Wellington Shire Councils to deliver an exciting program to encourage and support startup enterprises using a funding package of $400,000 from LaunchVic. A public tender process for the delivery of the program will begin shortly.