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  • Farewell to a 44-year education career

    THE MORTLAKE P-12 College community has immortalised the impact of departing principal Graeme Good after renaming a key building as the Graeme Good Centre.

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  • Long-term battle leads to council approval

    YEARS of advocacy from residents of Waters Lane in Mortlake have finally borne fruit.

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  • Support boost for mental health

    SOUTH west mental health support program Let’s Talk has received $59,000 in financial support to employ dedicated presenters.

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  • Mortlake RSL president receives honour

    A LIFELONG connection with a variety of aspects of the Mortlake community has seen Merv Hampson receive a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM).

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  • Works proceed for wind farm

    TAPPS Lane users are advised to be aware of works scheduled to close down a section of the road as part of the Mortlake South Wind Farm project.

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  • Open doors at library hub

    MEMBERS of the Mortlake community celebrated the official opening of the Mortlake Community Centre and Library earlier this week.

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  • Tehan retains Wannon

    THE Wannon electorate is set to notch up 68 years as a Liberal Party stronghold after sitting member Dan Tehan was re-elected for another three years with an extended majority on the weekend.

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  • Youth representatives make way for new blood

    MORTLAKE’S Jackson Boyden and Taine De Manser have bid farewell to a significant part of their lives, after ending their terms on the Moyne Shire Youth Council earlier this week.

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