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EDUCATION Minister James Merlino and Bellarine MP Lisa Neville turned the first sod to start construction on the new $5.7 million Portarlington Primary School last week. The project will fix rising damp and mould, rotting woodwork, poor ventilation, peeling paintwork and asbestos.

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