Mortlake

  • High demand for Banquet Angus supply

    MORTLAKE’S annual Banquet Angus cattle sale attracted its highest average to date.

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  • Mortlake to take on Bulls

    MORTLAKE may be entering its South West Cricket finals clash with Pomborneit as favourites but according to skipper Todd Lamont the game will be closer than it seems.

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  • Awards recognise hard work

    MOYNE Shire Council highlighted the achievements of Mortlake and Panmure at its annual Australia Day awards ceremony last Friday.

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  • Mortlake best in the west

    SOUTH West Cricket powerhouse Mortlake enhanced its reputation as one of the best cricket clubs in the region by taking out the Sungold Twenty20 Cup last Friday.

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  • Pool enters a new era at opening

    ALL hands were on deck to herald in a new era for the Mortlake Swimming Pool earlier in the week.

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  • Saleyards partner in Serbian drug bust

    ONE of the directors of Mortlake’s new saleyards – the Western Victoria Livestock Exchange (WVLX) – Rohan Arnold has been arrested in Belgrade, Serbia in connection to an alleged cocaine smuggling ring.

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  • Festive costumes cover street

    FESTIVE cheer and decorations were easy to spot along Mortlake’s Dunlop Street last week.

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  • End of a long and winding road

    AFTER diverse careers across a variety of positions, including 14 years as owners of the Mortlake Newsagency, husband and wife Peter and Janice Palmer have decided to call it a day.

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  • Community stalwart leaves post

    AFTER nine years of servicing the Mortlake community, Moyne Shire small towns community planning officer Craig Midgley bid farewell to the area last week.

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  • Saleyards a boon for Mortlake

    MORTLAKE’S future looks bright, according to Member for Polwarth Richard Riordan.

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