Panthers get away to a flyer

PROVINCIAL PEARCEDALE has started its 2016-17 Provincial cricket season in fine fashion after knocking over last year’s minor premier, Crib Point, in Saturday’s season opener. The Panthers have moved...

New coach has an impact

SUB-DISTRICT NEW Hastings coach Rob Hearn has had an immediate impact on his new club, helping the Blues to a round one Sub District win against Ballam Park. The former Mornington and Crib Point open...

Merifield blasts an impressive ton

DISTRICT RED Hill started its 2016-17 District season in fine fashion, making light work of Boneo. The Hillmen batted first after winning the toss and scored 4/205, thanks largely to Matthew Merifiel...

‘Tide of support’ for Dolphins

A STEERING group formed to help Frankston Football Club negotiate choppy financial waters says community support for the Dolphins’ continued existence is rising. Club record games holder Peter Geddes...

James Reyne & Band

James was a member of Australian Crawl for seven years, releasing four studio albums in five frenetic years in the ’80s. He’s been a solo artist for the past 28 years, releasing eight studio albums, ...

Council election papers in post

BALLOT papers are being mailed out to voters ahead of Frankston Council elections on 22 October. Victorian Electoral Commission returning officer Ian Smyth says voters should return completed ballot ...

Fireys offer heart help

FIREFIGHTERS will be assisting paramedics at Frankston, Rosebud and Patterson River after the launch of an initiative to boost emergency responses to heart attack calls. The three stations are among ...

New foster care model trialled

MORNINGTON Peninsula and Frankston foster carers may soon have the opportunity to transform the way vulnerable children and young people are supported under a new model of foster care. Under the inte...

Seniors not sitting still

MT ELIZA resident Bob Greaves received a Council of the Ageing Senior Achiever Award at a ceremony at Government House last week. He was one of eight recipients of the award presented as during the 2...

Last chance for precious habitat

A FLYING mammal that lives on the Mornington Peninsula but is listed as “vulnerable” by the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) could be the last hope of saving the former South East W...