Mortlake

  • 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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  • 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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  • Parade alive with Christmas spirit

    FROM jolly elves to snowmen, Mortlake’s annual Christmas parade saw the holiday spirit come to life last Friday.

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  • Wind plans

    MORTLAKE and district community members and residents are encouraged to seek clarification about the details of the upcoming Dundonnell Wind Farm project at a pop-up information shop next week.

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  • Special service honours fallen

    A SPECIAL Armistice Day centenary service united the Mortlake community during a Remembrance Day service on Sunday.

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  • Wareham has world in a spin

    GEORGIA Wareham has made a strong start to Australia’s ICC Women’s World T20 campaign, featuring in all three matches so far.

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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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  • 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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  • High demand for Banquet Angus supply

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

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