Dromana fairytale ends

SUB-DISTRICT THE fairytale story of Dromana Cricket Club ended abruptly on Sunday at the hands of Frankston YCW in the MPCA Sub District semi-final. The Hoppers have been the whipping boys of the com...

Panthers to fight with Sharks

DISTRICT PEARCEDALE will be looking for back-to-back flags in this weekend’s District Grand Final after beating Baden Powell on Saturday. The Panthers won the Sub District Grand Final last season and...

It’s grand for POB, Magpies

PROVINCIAL CRIB Point will play Peninsula Old Boys in the Provincial Grand Final after they won their respective semi-finals on the weekend. Crib Point made light work of beating Baxter, winning the ...

Easter line closures on the level

BUSES will replace trains on a section of the Frankston line from Friday 25 March until Monday 4 April as part of the Labor state government’s commitment to remove eleven level crossings along the li...

Trade mark launched for Peninsula Produce

MORNINGTON Peninsula-grown produce has a new identity with the launch of the Mornington Peninsula Produce food provenance brand. The certified trade mark, developed by Mornington Peninsula Shire and ...

Demands for money

A BIKIE on a Harley Davidson is terrorising residents at a Karingal apartment block while making demands for cash, Frankston detectives say. The man, wearing a face mask, helmet, leathers and with hi...

Bike run ends

A LANGWARRIN man was arrested in the early hours of Sunday 28 February while allegedly trying to evade police on a stolen motorbike. Detective Senior Constable Stephanie Groom, of Frankston CIU, will...

Historic homestead saved

HISTORIC farm buildings at Down’s Estate have been saved after Frankston councillors decided to overrule council officers to stop the demolition of the historical homestead in Seaford. At the latest ...

Author honoured ‘on the street’

FAMED novelist Nevil Shute has been honoured with the naming of a Langwarrin street in his honour. The English aeronautical engineer turned author Nevil Norway, who adopted the penname Nevil Shute, c...

Treasures await at new store

FRANKSTON’S newest second-hand store is a must visit for bargain hunters and collectors. The Treasure Chest, opened last year at the new Frankston Regional Recycling and Recovery Centre at Harold Rd ...