Moyne Shire

  • Youth apprehended for arson attack

    Police apprehended a 15 year-old Mortlake male, following an arson attack at the Market Square toilets last week.

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  • Support for heritage project

    FROM sculptures honouring the history of settlers and squatters at each end of Mortlake to a wall listing every single settler, the Settler’s Run project is now officially off and running.

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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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  • Hundreds vote against wind farm

    MORTLAKE’S Soldiers Memorial Hall became a sea of red earlier this week, as part of an anti-wind farm push.

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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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  • 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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