Moyne Shire

  • 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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  • Making way for new hub

    MORTLAKE’S streetscape is continuing to change as the old library and information centre building made way for new construction over the weekend.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Fun, fashion and friends at races

    THE 2017 Mortlake Cup meet was a smash hit last Saturday, with more than 2400 racegoers from far and wide descending on the racecourse.

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  • The 2017 Mortlake Cup

    Take a look through our photo gallery from the 2017 Mortlake Cup.

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  • Chasing the glory of the cup

    THE Mortlake Racing Club committee is gearing up for a busy Mortlake Cup Day, with a large crowd expected for the November 4 event.

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