Noticeboard - 20 March 2023 Edition

Mayor's Message

Latrobe City Council, in partnership with the Australian Government's Local Jobs Program (LJP) will host the next Gippsland Local Jobs Expo in Morwell.

The Jobs Expo will be held at Mid Valley Shopping Centre on Thursday 23 March between 9.30am to 2.30pm.

The event is an opportunity for job seekers to meet with employers and discuss available positions, apprenticeships and career pathways in Latrobe City and the surrounding

region. Job seekers will not need to register for this event.

Gippsland Local Jobs Expo in Morwell is a great opportunity for people looking for work to connect with local employers.

There will be many jobs in a variety of industries advertised on the day, so if you are currently looking for work opportunities, I encourage you head along and chat to one of the many employers who will be at the expo.

Job seekers can make the most of the Expo by bringing along their resumes, if you have one ready to go. As the Skills and Jobs Centre will be offering express resume checks and interview skills coaching, along with a free sausage sizzle.

I look forward to seeing you at the Gippsland Local Jobs Expo.

Cr Kellie O'Callaghan

Mayor of Latrobe City Council

National Playgroup Week

This week we celebrate National Playgroup Week! It's an opportunity to come together and celebrate our many wonderful and diverse playgroups - and the many benefits children reap from play.

For community playgroups you can find one near you at:

Council also provides supported playgroups for eligible families and children to learn and grow through play with the support of an early years professional. Learn more at

Municipal Early Years Survey

Latrobe City Council is encouraging families and community members to complete a survey to give their feedback about what makes Latrobe City a great place for families

raising children and any areas for improvement.

To share your feedback please visit haveyoursay

Submissions close Monday 27 March 2023 at 5pm.

Animal Registration Renewal Notices are in the Mail!

The due date for renewing your animal's registration is Monday 10 April 2023. All cats and dogs over three months old must be registered.

Your pet has a unique reference number. If you choose to pay by telephone, internet or BPAY please take care to check you have used the correct reference number for your animal. This will help ensure payment is allocated to your pet. If paying at post office each pet's notice must be scanned for payment separately.

Your pet's tag is renewable. Paying your renewal notice ensures your pet's current tag is valid to 9 April 2024.

Please contact Council if you require a replacement tag.

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