Mortlake P-12 College

  • 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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  • Cross country runners set for state final

    LOCAL students are hoping to put their best foot forward when they contest the School Sport Victoria State Cross Country finals today.

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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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  • 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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  • A helping hand for local causes

    THE number of helping hands from Mortlake continuing to support the Disabled Surfers Association (DSA) Great South Coast has grown even further.

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  • All colours on show for students

    MORTLAKE P-12 College students were painted with an array of colours last week.

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  • A life-changing head start

    FORMER Mortlake P-12 College student Jakalyn Cooper received a $45,000 headstart in life recently.

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  • Funds flow for groups

    LOCAL BlazeAid camps were among the range of recipients of an ACCIONA Energy grants program announced earlier this week.

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  • Roll up for saleyards visit

    A CHANCE to tour Mortlake’s newest development – the Western Victoria Livestock Exchange (WVLX) – is coming this Saturday.

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  • Green thumbs blossom

    THE Mortlake Kindergarten community saw a dream three years in the making come true earlier this week, with the official opening of a new vegetable garden.

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