Future Victoria: Middle school revamp plan to cut dropouts and lift grades

POSTED: 28th Oct

Middle school students would revert to having just a few teachers in a bid to lift grades and cur...

Works commenced at Latrobe Creative Precinct

POSTED: 28th Oct

The next important step in the greatly anticipated Latrobe Creative Precinct has occurred with exca...

‘You have to redefine yourself’: Healthcare, tourism jobs on offer in Victorian regional towns

POSTED: 28th Oct

Young Australians struggling to afford a home in the city are often told to move to a regional...

Gippsland South MLA Danny O'Brien launches a campaign for state government support to help grow jobs in new industries in the central Gippsland region

POSTED: 9th Oct

MACALISTER Irrigation District production could be doubled and irrigation along the Latrobe River...

Victoria announces drought support for East and Central Gippsland, Millewa communities

POSTED: 9th Oct

The Victorian Government has announced $31 million for drought-affected farmers in the driest parts...

Plan to turn Latrobe Valley coal mines into lake attraction

POSTED: 9th Oct

The Latrobe Valley's coal mines could be filled with water and made into a tourist attraction to ri...

Gippsland students inspired by health careers

POSTED: 26th Sep

Gippsland senior secondary students interested in a career in health had the opportunity to engage ...

More jobs at prison

POSTED: 11th Sep

AS work continues on the $80 million Fulham Correctional Centre expansion, GEO Group Australia has ...

Plans floated for $1.2bn, 550MW Gippsland solar and battery “energy park”

POSTED: 11th Sep

Victoria’s Gippsland region has been earmarked for a massive $1.2 billion “renewable energy park,” ...

Victorian teachers offered $50,000 to relocate to regions to tackle rural inequality

POSTED: 11th Sep

Teachers will be offered up to $50,000 to relocate from Melbourne to rural and regional schools des...

Delivering Jobs For Latrobe Valley

POSTED: 5th Jul

The Latrobe Valley GovHub is a step closer with planning approvals now in place and local businesses...

International Visitors Flock To Victoria’s Regions

POSTED: 20th Jun

Victorian tourism is breaking records, bolstered by unprecedented growth in international visitors d...

We're in a bubble': Country kids left behind as education gap widens

POSTED: 11th Jun

More than half of all regional and rural schools have recorded a slump in their VCE results over the...

Latrobe Valley workers' co-op opens own factory in a bid to create new jobs

POSTED: 11th Jun

Since the privatisation of Victoria's coal-fired power stations in the 1990s, the Latrobe Valley has...

Victoria’s new SV – Solar Victoria – off to a big start

POSTED: 31st May

While northern Queensland bites its nails worrying about what possible jobs could replace coal, in V...

Job rate serious: mayor

POSTED: 31st May

The latest labour force data shows unemployment has fallen across Gippsland but Latrobe City mayor G...

SME export hubs initiative to fuel regional economies

POSTED: 2nd May

The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science recently announced 10 successful applicants for R...

Report outlines strengths and challenges in Gippsland

POSTED: 2nd May

AN analysis of Gippsland's strengths and challenges prepared for Infrastructure Victoria has reporte...

Support for jobless youth

POSTED: 9th Apr

A report by a national anti-poverty group identified areas in Gippsland including Latrobe Valley as ...

Contractors sought for regional rail upgrades

POSTED: 3rd Apr

Expressions of Interest are now open for contractors who can deliver major upgrades on three regiona...

Curtain rises on arts precinct works

POSTED: 3rd Apr

Construction of a much-anticipated performing arts centre in Traralgon is underway with the official...

Jobs for Rosedale as a cable plant sets up in town

POSTED: 3rd Apr

EQUIPMENT has arrived at a new $5.8 million low voltage insulated copper cable manufacturing plant w...

Latrobe Valley optimistic two years after Hazelwood power station closure, but coal attachment remains

POSTED: 21st Mar

Latrobe Valley community leaders are optimistic about the region's future almost two years after the...

Gippsland building approvals growing

POSTED: 6th Mar

Gippsland as a whole is experiencing strong growth in building approvals, but the Latrobe Valley is ...

Delivering On An Investment And Regional Jobs Boom

POSTED: 28th Feb

Victoria continues to outperform the nation with a booming regional jobs market, as well as the high...

Loy Yang update announcement

POSTED: 21st Feb

AGL will today announce a $25 million upgrade of the Loy Yang A power station which the company clai...

Project secures jobs

POSTED: 21st Feb

Australian Paper will push ahead with a plan to burn municipal waste to generate electricity for its...

Thousands of jobs of offer in regional and rural Victoria as country business promote lifestyle

POSTED: 5th Feb

COUNTRY business are rolling out the welcome mat for new workers to fill thousands of job vacancie...

Is any job safe from the march of the machines?

POSTED: 29th Mar

English expert Richard Susskind argues professions are a relic from print-based society, and white c...

Seeking volunteers - for the East Gippsland Food Wine & Beer Festival

POSTED: 9th Mar

The East Gippsland Food Wine & Beer Festival will be held on Sunday April 8, 2018 - and are look...

How to change careers in 7 simple steps

POSTED: 20th Feb

Gone are the days where we work one job for our entire lives - it is now more generally accepted tha...

Multi Industry Pre-Apprenticeship Program - Monday 5th February

POSTED: 30th Jan

AGA Bairnsdale have an up and coming Multi Industry Pre-Apprenticeship Program commencing on Monday ...

Federation Training Consultation forums

POSTED: 11th Oct

A series of consultation forums that are currently being conducted by Federation Training throughout...

Join the GIPPSLAND IT INDUSTRY

POSTED: 7th Jul

Interested in Information Technology? Find the the Gippsland IT industry group on Facebook and ask ...

Over 100 new uni enrollments by students who have experienced out of home care

POSTED: 8th Jun

Want to study at university? There is no age limit to access the services and supports offered to c...

Developing and Sustaining Successful Partnerships Between Employers and Training Providers

POSTED: 9th May

Developing and Sustaining Successful Partnerships Between Employers and Training Providers (NCVER 20...

Vocational Training For Residential Care Workforce

POSTED: 19th Apr

Residential care workers across Victoria commenced TAFE-delivered vocational training last month to ...

Employers: can you help?

POSTED: 27th Feb

Students at Bairnsdale Secondary College who are enrolled in the Victorian Certificate in Applied Le...

Opportunities for Disability and Carer Scholarships

POSTED: 15th Feb

Disability Scholarship Program The Disability Scholarship Program is an initiative from the Departm...

New $40 Million Fund To Help Train More Victorians

POSTED: 24th Jan

Victorian industries will receive more support to train their current and new workforce through the ...