Moyne Shire Council

  • Club questions tree choice

    MORTLAKE Garden Club members have raised concerns about the choice of trees planted along the town streetscape’s median strip.

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  • No more wind farms in Mortlake

    AN EVER-GROWING group of Mortlake and district residents have taken a stand against a wind farm proposal with concerns about visual impact and insufficient consultation at the top of a long list of grievances.

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  • Draft plan starts to take shape

    THE Mortlake community has taken another step towards updating the plan for the township.

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  • Learning business lessons

    SMALL business owners will receive a first-hand glance into the behind-the-scenes operation of the Western Victoria Livestock Exchange (WVLX) at Mortlake next Monday.

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  • Targeting excess vegetation

    MOYNE Shire Council has taken the first step towards an important change in easier roadside reserve management and reducing fire risk.

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  • New centre plans out to tender

    A NEW hub for Mortlake is on the way.

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  • A warm welcome for charity ride

    THE Mortlake Caravan Club was abuzz with activity last Saturday afternoon, as a group of charity bike riders rode into town.

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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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  • 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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  • New face at the helm for Moyne

    MOYNE Shire councillors voted in fellow councillor Mick Wolfe for his inaugural term as mayor on Tuesday.

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