Latest News

  • Tasmanian Community Fund: COVID-19 Response Round

    5th August 2020
    • News
    The Tasmanian Community Fund is calling for small medium and large applications that support Tasmanians and Tasmanian organisations to recover and rebuild from COVID 19
  • Federal Government's New Regional Connectivity Program

    5th August 2020
    • News
    Would you like a part of the Federal Government s new 53 million regional connectivity program?
  • Mayor's Message

    31st July 2020
    • News
    A reminder to residents that this Friday July 31 is the last day to take advantage of Councils discounted dog registration fees
  • Community Rose Cuttings

    31st July 2020
    • News
    Interested in some rose cuttings? Then read on
  • Latrobe Municipality Business Database Update

    31st July 2020
    • News
    Latrobe Council is keen to keep in touch with local businesses during these challenging times
  • Council's Future Direction for Next Decade

    18th July 2020
    • Media Release
    Have your say on Latrobe Council s draft Strategic Plan 2020 2030
  • Go Local First Campaign to Support Small Business

    13th July 2020
    • Media Release
    Latrobe Council is encouraging local residents to show their support for small businesses in their local communities as a new nationwide campaign is launched today
  • 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