Blak, Loud, Proud in East Gippsland

Blak, Loud, Proud in East Gippsland

NAIDOC Week, held annually from the first Sunday in July to the following Sunday, is a pivotal moment for Australians to recognise and celebrate the histories, cultures and ongoing achievements...

Embrace a new lease on life

Embrace a new lease on life

The latest round of the Life! program is coming to Bairnsdale soon. Starting in the first week of August, Life! is designed to help you improve your eating habits, increase...

Bringing Hope

Bringing Hope

Melbourne pianist/composer Nat Bartsch performs her ARIA-nominated album Hope at Forge Theatre on Friday, July 19. Released in 2021 on ABC Classic, Hope is an abbreviation of hopefulness and hopelessness,...

Council offers 20k grants

Council offers 20k grants

East Gippsland Shire Council's Community Grants Program has returned and applications are now open. Council paused the program to review it with the aim to widen the range of activities...

Government “wasteful”

Government “wasteful”

While the State Government puts the squeeze on hospital funding, is overseeing crumbling roads, police and teacher shortages, a mental health crisis, and will soon be paying $25 million per...

My First Speech launched for schools

My First Speech launched for schools

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Milton Dick MP and Federal Member for Gippsland Darren Chester have launched the "My First Speech" Competition for Gippsland Electorate schools. This national...

Major makeover for Mallacoota

Major makeover for Mallacoota

The heart of Mallacoota is set to get a major makeover, with East Gippsland Shire Council kicking off its much-anticipated Mallacoota streetscape upgrade project, which will bring a fresh look...

Yeerung Bridge on the horizon

Yeerung Bridge on the horizon

A contractor is expected to be engaged to undertake repair and strengthening works on the Yeerung River Bridge after it was damaged by floods in April 2022. The bridge over...

SES Orbost seeking help

SES Orbost seeking help

Orbost's State Emergency Service (SES) Unit is seeking the community's help. The unit is desperately short of members (currently operating with 3-5 members) and is seeking able bodied community members...

Tiny towns get project boost

Tiny towns get project boost

Member for Eastern Victoria Tom McIntosh recently announced 13 groups in East Gippsland would receive grants through round one of the Labor Government's $20 million Tiny Towns Fund. The program's...

Cann skate park opens

Cann skate park opens

It wasn't just Club Terrace celebrating the opening of a new facility last Sunday, with Cann River officially opening its new skate park. Due to a forecast of rain, the...

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