Cole to lead Rangers in Traralgon November 22, Kate Withers The Dandenong Rangers will fly into the Latrobe Valley for a third consecutive year this weekend for a round seven fixture at their home away from home in Traralgon. Eight-race card headlines Traralgon Cup November 22, Kate Withers In addition to a stellar eight-race card, this year’s Traralgon Cup boasts a festival full of trackside events for racegoers of all ages. Ace recognition for Traralgon tennis November 19, Kate Withers It has been an extraordinary year for the Traralgon Tennis Association and is not over yet. The dust has just settled on the association’s landmark 40th anniversary celebrations and the Traralgon International — which turned 25 this year — was awarded most outstanding tournament at the Tennis Victoria Champions Dinner last month. Thriller lead-in to TDCA round nine action November 22, Last weekend Imperials and Glengarry played off in an early round nine thriller on Sunday with Imperials taking the points on the last ball of the day. Hoop dreams at Lowanna College November 19, Kate Withers Lowanna College is fast developing a reputation as a basketball powerhouse on the national stage and with good reason.
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Australia One Liberal moderate bluntly characterises the “Monash Forum”, which burst into the energy debate this week, as “the deplorables trying to give themselves a credible front”. Whatever else it might be, the so-called forum is Tony Abbott’s latest weapon in baiting the Turnbull bear. Coalition backbenchers who signed the forum’s letter, which calls for the Government to construct a new coal-fired power station in the Latrobe Valley on the site of the now-closed Hazelwood, are driven by various motives — revenge against Malcolm Turnbull, an ideological commitment to coal, the desire to sharpen the differences with Labor, a passion for publicity.
For Mr Abbott and his allies, Kevin Andrews and Eric Abetz, this is a guerilla operation, in part building on an earlier loose conservative grouping. There is also a strong “coal constituency” within Coalition ranks. It looks like the gathering of signatories involved a whip-around of the usual suspects and a few innocents. It’s unclear how many signed. Invoking John Monash, famed World War I general who spearheaded the development of Victoria’s coal power supply, turned out to be too clever by half — descendants of Monash issued an angry statement.
Coal push flawed as a policy Regardless of numbers, a strongly motivated few can do a lot of harm, when today’s breathless hour news cycle amplifies everything. The forum’s voice easily reached high volume. We always knew there’d be a performance from Mr Abbott to mark next week’s expected 30th consecutive negative Newspoll. A radio and TV blitz seemed inevitable. But we underestimated the planning. Not only has the coal group created bad vibes in the run-up to the poll, but Mr Abbott will be in the Latrobe Valley on Monday with his annual pollie pedal, cycling through the coal and power seat of Gippsland , held by Nationals minister Darren Chester.
Home Walhalla in Walhalla was originally named Stringer’s Creek for Ned Stringer, one of a party of three gold prospectors who first found gold in the valley after working their way down the Thomson River valley from Woods Point, in late December of By , a busy mining town had sprung up along what had promptly been called “Stringer’s Creek”.
As the mining settlement developed into a community, the Walhalla Gold Mine was one of the town’s earliest, largest and richest mines.
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The Australian-owned SEA Electric will set up the factory in Morwell, in the state’s east, with the first vehicle expected to roll off the production line in about a year. The company aims to eventually assemble up to 5, per year at the site. As well as meeting the country’s growing demand for electric cars, the deal is expected to create hundreds of jobs. The announcement is not an election promise, and Opposition Leader Matthew Guy said the deal would go ahead regardless of who won the November 24 poll.
Jobs are a key concern in the marginal seat of Morwell, which has been hit hard by the closure of the Hazelwood power station last year. Other car manufacturers have taken government support, only to close down local production. Mr Andrews would not say what conditions were attached to the Government’s commitment.
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Good Chef, Bad Chef to feature at Sister Cities Festival Popular television personality ‘Good Chef’ Rosie will be cooking up an international storm at Latrobe City Council’s Sister Cities Festival on Friday 9 November at the Moe Botanical Gardens.
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What can we help you find? Take in a live show at the Latrobe Performing Arts Centre after dining in one of the many restaurants. A short drive south of the town is the Loy Yang Power Station and open-cut coal mine. The Hyland Highway passes right by the station and open cut and visitor lookouts are provided to marvel at the massive scale of coal mining and electricity generation.
Home to the world famous Morwell Centenary Rose Garden, a rose filled parkland of over roses which invites the visitor to relax and explore the tremendous variety of blooms, best visited in November though to April. There is always something to engage the viewer, with a broad range of contemporary and traditional Australian art on display.
The Napthine government has been eager to develop and export Victoria’s vast brown coal reserves, which until now have been almost exclusively used for domestic energy production. While senior government figures such as former resources minister Martin Ferguson have talked up the prospect of the Latrobe Valley becoming a major export hub, Mr Farrar said it was too early to make those predictions and Shanghai Electric would also consider selling locally.
If we have got people wanting the product here then we won’t have the transport costs,” he said. Advertisement In his first interview since the project was awarded federal and state government money, Mr Farrar said the company should know in six months where its market would be. Environmentalists want the coal left in the ground because of the high greenhouse gas emissions produced when burnt. Complicating the issue for the government is the fallout from the Hazelwood mine fire earlier this year, with the investigation into the disaster expected to be released on Tuesday.
Its demonstration plant is due to be built by Mr Farrar said Shanghai Electric had had only “very preliminary” discussions about selling briquettes to existing plants.
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Warburton Small town in the upper Yarra Valley Warburton is a quiet, attractive and rather charming old goldmining town of some people set in a fertile green valley by the Yarra River. It is located 76 km east of Melbourne via the Warburton Highway and m above sea-level. Prior to European settlement the area was occupied by the Woiworung Aborigines. When gold was discovered in , a rush ensued and a new town was laid out 2 km from the initial settlement and named after police magistrate Charles Warburton Carr.
It also functioned as a service centre to goldfields further east. With the arrival of the railway in the town became a railway terminus and the salubrious mountain air and scenic attractions began to draw Melburnians, resulting in the provision of guesthouses. Seventh Day Adventists moved here from Melbourne in They set up a printing works in , a sanatorium and hospital in and a health food factory in Floods struck the town in causing a degree of permanent relocation.
The Seventh Day Adventists and their industries are still a strong presence in the town. A timber-milling industry has also emerged on the back of the local forests. There is an interpretive display detailing the past of this goldmining and timber region.
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Wyoming Alabama Alabama Power Company: Today the Alabama Power Company is a electricity provider to over one million customers but back during the early 20th century it also owned a number of streetcar railroad operations including in the cities of Anniston, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa. Most of its operations were out of business and shutdown by the s. It operated until at which point it had grown to a nearly 50 mile system.
The interurban was shutdown that year when its president died, J. Howard Wilson and it was acquired by the National City Lines, which converted all operations to bus-only operations. The Capital City Electrical Railway, also known as the Lightning Route, began operations on April 15, serving Montgomery and was one of the first to recognize that dense commercial and residential areas within a city should be separated.
It operated for exactly 50 years before the service was replaced by buses. Today, Montgomery is attempting to rebuild a small interurban operation. Alaska Tanana Valley Railroad: This interurban would eventually became part of the Alaska Railroad. It reached its peak length of 11 miles in and again changed its name to the Pine Bluff Company. It abandoned all operations in Arizona Phoenix Street Railway: