Kick after siren ends in draw

PENINSULA LEAGUE WITH two minutes left on the clock on Saturday, Pines was six points in front of Bonbeach and looked like they were going to hold on for the win. A Pines kick across the body towards...

It’s time for a change of leadership

OPINION THE time has come for Peninsula and Nepean Football Leagues to take control. The farsical nature of the handling of the Player Points System issue this week by the MPNFL highlighted the fact ...

Day of upsets in Nepean League

NEPEAN LEAGUE IT was certainly a day of upsets in Nepean League football on Saturday. Crib Point came from 20 points down at half time and 15 points down at three quarter time to beat Sorrento at Dav...

Deadline reminders to ratepayers

By MELISSA WALTH MESSRS Brody and Mason will hold their usual monthly sale at Somerville on Wednesday next, for which they invite entries. *** Messrs Alex Scott and Co will hold their monthly sale at...

Council and govt clash over port

SIMMERING tensions between Frankston Council and the Labor state government have boiled over mere months after last November’s state election. Simmering tensions over major projects such as the Frank...

SES safe from cash axe

FUNDING for State Emergency Service units will not be pared back in Frankston if the state government’s planned rate capping policy comes into force next financial year. Some Victorian councils, such...

Manhunt, charges after cars hit poles

A MAN speeding along Frankston-Dandenong Rd at 30kph over the limit crashed into the rear of a car driven by an elderly man, sending both vehicles careering into power poles, Frankston police say. Lu...

‘Fair go’ for Frankston

THE possibility of a second season of the SBS TV series Struggle Street being filmed in Frankston has galvanised councillors to protest to the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission. At last w...