Bulls storm home – Dogs in trouble

PENINSULA LEAGUE KARINGAL came from 30 points down at three quarter time to overrun Mornington in a six point nail biter on Saturday. The Bulls, who had four Under 19s and two Under 17s playing in th...

Demons overcome the Blues

NEPEAN LEAGUE RYE responded to back-to-back lame performances and public criticism on Saturday by bouncing back and knocking over top of the ladder Hastings. The Demons past two performances against ...

Mick Thomas & The Roving Commission

“Mick Thomas has some secret magic to his writing… he surely can write great songs that make you say “Why didn’t I think of that?” but of course we never do. He writes about mates, ratbags, races, pl...

Dolphin injury prompts warning

A YOUNG, injured dolphin in Port Phillip has highlighted concern that boat users are flouting the law and getting too close to wildlife in the bay. The dolphin, less than one year old, was spotted ab...

PC ‘hijack’ threat a rude awakening

A MT MARTHA woman was lucky not to be scammed last week when she received an email from what looked to be her power provider. Sandra-Lyal Dennis, 72, said the email, purporting to be from AGL and wit...

Bush garden reflects life’s ebb and flow

MT ELIZA Secondary College’s subject Real Time Learning focuses on enhancing student engagement through authentic activities. It’s built on the principles of expansive education, where students feel ...

CFA volunteers fear ‘sell out’

COUNTRY Fire Authority volunteers across Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula are “completely gutted” by what they see as a sell-out by the state government in enterprise bargaining negotiations be...

‘Homeless’ charities close doors

TWO charities in the heart of Frankston have made a shock decision to close their doors to disadvantaged people who rely on meals dished up in times of need. City Life and the Frankston Churches Brea...