MPNFL board resigns, AFL steps in

THE MPNFL board collectively resigned late last week after 19 of 22 MPNFL Peninsula and Nepean clubs expressed a vote of no confidence. AFL South East immediately took over as caretaker of the league...

Demons are a long way off

NEPEAN LEAGUE RYE cannot win this season’s Nepean League premiership playing the brand of football that it is currently. That became obvious on Saturday when it was humiliated by one of the best side...

Police, Muslims dine out to end fast

POLICE last week invited religious leaders to a dinner marking the end of the month-long Ramadan fast. Police said 200 hundred people attended the dinner, including more than 60 young Muslims and 50 ...

Move supports victims of crime

FRANKSTON police and Windermere Child and Family Services have combined to provide victims of crime with the support services they need in a crisis. The Windermere Victims Assistance Program operates...

Carrum Downs drug raids arrest

A CARRUM Downs man was among 11 people arrested when police raided houses and a factory as part of an investigation into drug manufacturing and trafficking in the south-east suburbs. The man, 33, was...

Police target alcohol abusers

A STRONG police presence in the Frankston CBD – and especially the entertainment precinct – on Friday night was run as part of Operation Abide. Officers targeted the “radical” selling of alcohol, unr...

MP counsels council on station

FRANKSTON MP Paul Edbrooke has welcomed council’s views on how best to redevelop the Frankston train station precinct but says the community and state government will have the final say on the specif...

Trip down memory lane

AN Images and Old Yarn event this month will feature an old-fashioned slide-and-movie show, historical images from across the municipality, live performances by a brass band, afternoon tea, and talks...