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  • Candidate for free education

    LABOR’S candidate for the Lower House seat of Polwarth Doug Johnston joined a sea of curious spectators and enthusiastic bidders in Mortlake at last Thursday’s Kerr and Co Livestock Feature Spring Cattle Sale.

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  • Fete fun provides school support

    FROM a jumping castle to face painting, St Colman’s School was a hive of family-friendly fun last week.

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  • Stud owner acts for education

    EDUCATIONAL support is on its way for a lucky student hoping to enter tertiary education, thanks to a new scholarship opportunity.

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  • Unique vintage wares on show

    BARGAIN hunters and those with a keen eye for bric-a-brac will be spoilt for choice this Sunday.

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  • On track for early 2019 open

    COMMUNITY consultation will be at the forefront of the final stage of the Mortlake community hub project, ahead of its projected completion early next year.

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  • Road patching creates angst

    MORTLAKE and district road users have already had to face a bumpy trip along a section on the northern side of Dunlop Street three weeks after repair works were carried out.

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  • Hundreds vote against wind farm

    MORTLAKE’S Soldiers Memorial Hall became a sea of red earlier this week, as part of an anti-wind farm push.

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  • Club questions tree choice

    MORTLAKE Garden Club members have raised concerns about the choice of trees planted along the town streetscape’s median strip.

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