Tigers stamp their mark on Nepean

NEPEAN LEAGUE THERE was an emergence of another major player in the MPNFL 2016 Nepean Division on Easter Saturday. Dromana may have gone through a lean period in the past couple of seasons following ...

Soccer squads announced

By Craig MacKenzie STATE League soccer kicks off this weekend and there have been major changes to some first team squads in the Frankston and Peninsula region. Here are the first team squads for 201...

Easter football a big winner

WHILE the AFL continues to debate whether to play Good Friday football or not, local football is thriving after the huge success over the Easter weekend. On Good Friday and Easter Saturday the local ...

Pines give Seaford a thrashing

PENINSULA LEAGUE PINES made a big statement on Easter Saturday that it is ready to take another step in Peninsula Division after dishing out an old fashioned hiding to old foe Seaford. The Pines book...

Volunteers make the most of CFA

THE CFA volunteers’ association believes diversity is vital to CFA and its work of protecting the community. Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria District 8 president Eric Collier says being a CFA volunt...

Footy legends’ wall of fame

A CAFE owner in Frankston South has decided to kick off the footy season by exhibiting several paintings of AFL and VFL club legends. Rosie’s Cafe owner Rosie Major said her long-time artist friend J...

A Harmony Day at the movies

FRANKSTON Council will air a series of short films in support of Harmony Day on Wednesday 30 March. The diverse short films explore the success, challenges and nuances of migrant communities in Austr...

Charity grants to needy

The annual recipients of the Frankston Charitable Fund grants have been announced and eight local community groups have been selected to share in a pool of $27,000. According to Frankston mayor Cr Ja...