Mates enjoy a day on the bay

MATES Day on the Bay participants on Sunday again enjoyed good weather, enthusiastic guests and volunteers and even a haul of some big, red snapper… Organisers Lynette and Trevor Hogan, who have host...

Caught napping

A WOMAN found asleep in her car in Church Rd, Carrum, Thursday afternoon – with the engine running – has been charged with drug possession, theft, handling stolen goods, and possessing the proceeds o...

Visit Chelsea police, MP asks minister

MORDIALLOC Labor MP Tim Richardson has asked the Minister for Police to visit Chelsea Police Station “to hear from local police officers and get an update on some of the priorities in my local area”....

Blitz warns on creek pollutants

THREE businesses have been issued Environment Protection Authority pollution abatement notices because their actions have the potential to contaminate Mordialloc creek. Staff from the EPA, Kingston C...

Panthers set the early pace

DISTRICT RED HILL, Seaford, Pearcedale and Baden Powell hold the top four positions on the MPCA District ladder after just two rounds. Pearcedale could be considered the surprise packet of the quarte...

Baxter rocket up to fourth

PROVINCIAL BAXTER rocketed from the bottom of the MPCA Provincial ladder to the top four on Saturday after a demolition on Rye that resulted in an outright win. After scoring a very modest 205 with j...

Hoppers on top

SUB-DISTRICT DROMANA is in a very unfamiliar position after two rounds of the MPCA Sub District season – on top of the ladder. The Hoppers made light work of Hastings on Saturday, rolling the visitin...

The Basics: This Could Be The Last Time

GOTYE has gone back to The Basics and the band is dropping in on Mornington as part of their national tour in support of their latest The Age of Entitlement album. Guitarist Tim Heath says The Basics...