Mercy Regional College

  • Youth mayor acknowledged

    CORANGAMITE Shire Youth Council mayor Ripley Watt recently joined a number of district representatives who were acknowledged for their volunteer work.

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  • Students help Sam shave for cancer

    THE Noorat and Terang communities have helped to raise over $2500 for Mercy Regional College (MRC) Year 7 student Sam Baker, who took part in this year’s World’s Greatest Shave.

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  • Cats visit local schools

    LOCAL students were star-struck when some of their footballing idols came to town on Monday.

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  • Noorat students give back to community

    NOORAT’S Mercy Regional College (MRC) students gave back to their community recently, with social justice representatives visiting aged care facilities across the district to present karaoke DVDs to residents.

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  • Carlin earns Vic selection

    TERANG Mortlake’s Scott Carlin will represent the region when he dons the white and blue for Victoria Country in the upcoming under 16s National Championships.

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  • Local students aim to defy the drift

    TWO young prospective farmers have stood up to slow down the movement of young people from the country to the city.

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  • Young Blood gains Schoolboys berth

    TERANG Mortlake junior Scott Carlin is not sure where he will line up on the field when he runs out for Victoria in the schoolboys championships in July, but he is excited just to have made the team.

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  • Crowds flock to Anzac Day services

    HUNDREDS of people attended Anzac Day services in Terang and Noorat on the weekend to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.

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  • Historic church resurrected

    MERCY Regional College is restoring Noorat’s old Anglican Church to its former glory as it joins the township’s other historic weatherboard buildings in receiving a new lease of life.

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