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  • Locals support annual lunch

    THE Mortlake Uniting Church was packed to the brim earlier this week, as community members welcomed a new start as part of the 18th annual Uniting Church Adult Fellowship’s (UCAF) Spring Luncheon.

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  • Breaking down mental barriers

    TACKLING the pressures of school and social life and breaking down gender structures were among the highlights of mental health workshops delivered at Mortlake P-12 College earlier this week.

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  • Sanctions for speeding and suspended drivers

    A MORTLAKE man has had his vehicle impounded after police found his licence was suspended.

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  • Superload safely arrives at wind farm

    A SLOW journey last weekend saw the ‘superload’ transformer arrive safe and sound at the Dundonnell Wind Farm site.

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  • Local family tackles trek

    THE sound of more than 100 motorbike engines echoed through Mortlake last Saturday, as riders in the 10th annual Black Dog Ride made a quick stopover.

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  • Evening feed ignites blaze

    A GLENORMISTON man was lucky to escape a fire which destroyed his daughter’s home in the early hours of last Friday morning.

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  • Works control weeds at Tea Tree Lake

    MOYNE Shire Council has requested contractors currently removing cumbungi weeds and carrying out weed control procedures to stop burn offs.

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  • Windy conditions lash region, strike trees

    WILD winds and weather conditions hit Mortlake and district last week, causing widespread tree damage, including along Mortlake’s Avenue of Honour.

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