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Blue green algae detected at Lake Narracan

Lake Narracan has been closed following the detection of blue green algae. 

Kerbside collection in Latrobe City

Six months has passed since the introduction of the state-wide laws banning E-waste from kerbside rubbish collections. E-waste’ is any unwanted electronic item which has a plug, cord or battery. It covers a whole range of items from work, home or the garden shed.

Harry Potter Book Night a huge success

For the first time ever, Latrobe City Council participated in the annual Harry Potter Book Night.

Image of kids attending the Harry Potter Book Night event at Moe Library

Making it easier to connect - New website launched

Fresh, simple and all the information you need about Council and our community in one place, that’s how Latrobe City Mayor, Cr Dan Clancey describes the Council’s new website.

Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey

An independent marketing research agency National Field Services will conduct the community satisfaction survey over a three week period across the Latrobe City region.

Latrobe City is Open for Business

Gippsland’s regional city, Latrobe City is a major thoroughfare for people travelling through to East Gippsland with people often stopping for a meal break,

Latrobe Creative Precinct Update

Work at the Precinct construction site continues to advance under the guidance of Becon Constructions (Australia) Pty Ltd.

Beyond the Classroom

An annual exhibition which features as part of the Latrobe Performing Arts Education Program, ‘Beyond the Classroom’, encompasses a range of media, including drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, digital and mixed media along with theatre and dance.

School’s Back

Over 11,500 students from across Latrobe City return to school this week. Local roads and footpaths will be a hive of activity as children make their way to school for the commencement of the school year.

Latrobe City celebrates Australia Day award winners

Latrobe City has marked Australia Day by honouring some of its leading community members.