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  • Local wind farm supports student

    A JOINT contribution from a Woorndoo landowner and wind farm developer Tilt Renewables has provided a $30,000 benefit for Warrnambool College graduate Michael Loughhead.

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  • Support for heritage project

    FROM sculptures honouring the history of settlers and squatters at each end of Mortlake to a wall listing every single settler, the Settler’s Run project is now officially off and running.

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  • Blaze engulfs shed and valuables

    MORTLAKE’S Gary Robertson said he heard the fire tearing through his shed before he saw it.

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  • Speaking up on budget needs

    SIXTEEN township groups from across Moyne Shire came together in Mortlake earlier this month to make bids to include their capital works projects in the council’s next budget.

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  • Loved ones unite for birthday

    MAINTAINING tolerance and moderation were the key secrets of living a long and rewarding life according to Kay Wiltshire.

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  • Close shave scheduled for locals

    MORTLAKE residents are encouraged to come together for a worthy cause later this year.

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  • Fire tears through family home

    A MORTLAKE family luckily escaped their home during a blaze which tore through most of the Burke Street property last Sunday afternoon.

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  • New bridge route nearing completion

    WORKS on a new bridge along Castle Carey Road are nearing completion, with workers sealing part of the road earlier this week.

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