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  • Large crowd celebrates 150 years of racing

    WHILE monochrome outfits are usually the norm on Derby Day, a number of racegoers broke free of the mould at this year’s Mortlake Cup meet.

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  • Racing, fashion and history set for big cup day

    FROM the excitement of racing action to a celebration of 150 years of the Mortlake Racing Club, the Mortlake racecourse will be buzzing with activity this weekend.

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  • School community looks back on 150-year history

    FORMER students, teachers and Woorndoo community members reunited for a final hurrah for the Woorndoo State School while looking back on its 150-year history last weekend.

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  • Community unites for rainbow fun run

    THE Mortlake community dug deep to support the Mortlake P-12 College Rainbow Run event on Sunday, with the colourful extravaganza raising more than $2500.

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  • New Woorndoo netball facilities near completion

    WOORNDOO’S new netball facilities are taking shape, with the basic internal structure and roofing now installed.

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  • Council turns down on drought funds

    MOYNE Shire councillors have refused to seek Federal Government drought support funding, despite the Government’s announcement the council was eligible to apply for $1 million.

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  • Seeking new SES recruits

    MORTLAKE State Emergency Service (SES) unit members are calling for people interested in becoming new recruits to come along to an information night.

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  • Fourth collection approved

    A PURPLE tinge will soon arrive along roadsides throughout the Moyne Shire, after the Moyne Shire Council approved a new purple-lidded bin service for glass collection.

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