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Kellie

Lives in Traralgon

I love the Latrobe Valley because it feels like one big family that when in need, bands together to support and protect one another. So often I see local businesses banding together to assist one another, in order achieve a positive outcome. Especially when it comes to fundraising for a good cause or a family / individual in need. We are home to some pretty remarkable humans here in LV.

Kellie

Lives in Traralgon

I love the Latrobe Valley because it feels like one big family that when in need, bands together to support and protect one another. So often I see local businesses banding together to assist one another, in order achieve a positive outcome. Especially when it comes to fundraising for a good cause or a family / individual in need. We are home to some pretty remarkable humans here in LV.

Kevin
Lives in Morwell

I’ve always felt proud of Latrobe Valley’s rich history surrounding the power generation, despite the controversy it’s drawn in recent years. I think it’s unfortunate that many people overlook the fact that it’s an industry which was of great significance to Australia’s progress as a developing nation during the post-war…

Say Salam Alaikum to Noaka!
Lives in Moe

Salam Alaikum.

Noaka – Arabic

 

There are benefits to having a large family, particularly when it comes to adapting to a new home.

Born in Egypt, Noaka moved to Australia with her Sudanese family in 2005 at the age of five.

Upon their arrival, the family did not speak…

Say Hola to Erika!
Lives in Newborough

Hola.

Erika – Spanish

 

When Erika was 15 years old, her family moved from Peru to Chile.

The language was the same – Spanish – but the locals spoke quickly and with a different accent, making them at times difficult to understand.

It took some getting used to but…