Latest News

  • Mayor's Message

    2nd July 2020
    • News
    2nd July 2020.
  • Going but not out

    29th June 2020
    • News
    29th June 2020. This Friday, 3 July, Council will say farewell to one of its longest serving employees on the outside workforce, Mr Peter Dawson (a.k.a. Smokey). Peter started with Council just shy of 25 years ago, on 23 July 1995. Back then, it was
  • Town Entry Beautification

    24th June 2020
    • Media Release
    24th June 2020. Latrobe Council personnel are currently planting Oyster Bay Pine, Bottlebrush, Banksia marginata and Manuka (Leptospurmum) to beautify the entry to Port Sorell. Callitris rhomboidea, or Oyster Bay pine, is a species of conifer found
  • Mud on the Road

    19th June 2020
    • News
    19th June 2020. MUD ON THE ROAD. With the wetter Winter weather, there are increasing reports of mud causing a hazard on local roads. Mud can be a significant hazard to other motorists and can result in serious and even fatal collisions. Persons
  • Cradle Coast Authority - Kindness and Compassionate Awards 2020

    17th June 2020
    • News
    17th June 2020. The Cradle Coast Kindness and Compassion Awards were established in 2019 in line with Professor Allan Kelleher’s and Dr Julian Abel’s Compassionate Cities Charter and nominations are now open for the 2020 awards. The awards aim
  • Notice of Change to Council Meetings

    3rd June 2020
    • Public Notice
    3rd June 2020. Notice is hereby given, that Latrobe Council meetings will resume face-to-face from Monday 15 June 2020 in accordance with the staged approach of lifting of restrictions associated with COVID-19 as outlined in the State Government’s
  • We are re-opening!

    13th May 2020
    13th May 2020. In accordance with Step 1 in the easing of COVID-19 restrictions for Tasmania, effective from Monday 18 May, the Latrobe Council office will re-open for essential services from 8.00 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Friday. Please only attend
  • COVIDSafe app

    12th May 2020
    • News
    12th May 2020. The COVIDSafe app is a key part of the Australian Government’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. Having the confidence to track and trace outbreaks quickly will mean governments can ease restrictions while still keeping
  • Council Coast & Country - May/June edition cancelled

    1st May 2020
    • News
    1st May 2020. With COVID-19 restrictions resulting in the cancellation of so many events and activities and even the impact of providing advice one day on COVID-19 activities and them potentially vastly varying by the time the newsletter goes from
  • Accountants volunteer for COVID-19 recovery

    27th April 2020
    • Media Release
    27th April 2020.