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  • Improved planning statistics pave the way for investment

    Posted on 2 January 2018

    Latrobe City Council is achieving improved efficiency in their assessment of planning permit applications, with 98 per cent of planning permit applications being assessed within statutory timeframes (60 days), in the first four months of the financial year, compared with a Regional City average of 77 per cent.

  • Residents urged to have a say in VicRoads’ Traralgon bypass consultation

    Posted on 5 January 2018

    VicRoads is calling for community feedback on a proposed Traralgon Bypass and Council is urging residents and visitors to the region to have their say.

  • Twin City Archers targets international success in Latrobe City

    Posted on 22 January 2018

    Twin City Archers Gippsland Inc has its biggest year of events coming their way in 2018, with three state events, six national events and one international event being hosted at the club.

  • Celebrate Australia Day in Latrobe City

    Posted on 17 January 2018

    There are plenty of free events and activities across Latrobe City for families to enjoy on Australia Day, Friday 26 January. And all Latrobe City outdoor pools will offer free entry and a sausage sizzle.

  • Latrobe City Council announces Australia Day winners

    Posted on 26 January 2018

    Les Hunt, a volunteer radio presenter on Gippsland FM, has been recognised for his service to the community as Latrobe City Council’s Citizen of the Year. Joshua Szabo, a former Lavalla Catholic College student who spearheaded an environmental campaign to prevent waste dumping, was awarded Young Citizen of the Year.

  • Business workshops for parents

    Posted on 30 January 2018

    Innovative business workshops for parents will be held in February and March at Moe PLACE.

  • Exhibition examines changing social orders through art

    Posted on 31 January 2018

    Six leading contemporary artists are featuring in EREWHON, a National Exhibitions Touring Support Victoria exhibition, at Latrobe Regional Gallery.

  • Dick Bishop Memorial Prize winner on show

    Posted on 31 January 2018

    Gail Smith’s exhibition No-one told me there’d be days like these, winner of the 2017 Dick Bishop Memorial Prize, is on show at Latrobe Regional Gallery.

  • Annual Community Satisfaction Survey to commence

    Posted on 2 February 2018

    An independent research company will soon commence calls seeking feedback regarding a range of Council functions as part of the local government community satisfaction survey.

  • Community champions named for Aquatic Centre and Indoor Stadium

    Posted on 7 February 2018

    Latrobe City Council has endorsed the appointment of the key community players in the planning and development of the Gippsland Regional Aquatic Centre (GRAC) and the Traralgon Sports Stadium (TSS) expansion at last night’s regular meeting.