Mounties make quick runs

PROVINCIAL MT ELIZA is in the box seat for victory after scoring 285 against Moorooduc on a difficult day to play cricket across the peninsula on Saturday. The Mounties scored at a quick rate in its ...

Whelan dominates with ton

SUB-DISTRICT MPCA star Matthew Whelan was at his very best again on Saturday, scoring 128 as Tootgarook racked up 7/307 against Carrum. The century takes Whelan to more than 200 runs for the season a...

Ridge look at outright

DISTRICT MAIN Ridge is staring down the barrel of an outright victory against Rye after dominating the first day’s play. Rye was sent in to bat after Main Ridge scored 5/294 in the opening 60 overs o...

Workshop ­- but no guarantees for port

INFRASTRUCTURE Victoria is holding a “community workshop” at Hastings as part of its investigations into the need for a second container port for Melbourne. Previous state governments – Liberal and L...

Cunial mayor

PEACE, love and mutual admiration was in the air at last Monday evening’s first public outing for Frankston Council’s newly elected nine councillors in a stark contrast to two previous years of bitte...

‘Eat street’ on menu

FRANKSTON’S Station St Mall is set to become a foodie mecca rivalling the laneways and malls of Melbourne according to Frankston Council under a plan to attract quality restaurants, cafes and other f...

Police nab peninsula’s ‘most wanted’

A HASTINGS man discovered sleeping in a car in a quiet lane off Olivers Hill last week, was one of the Mornington Peninsula’s “most wanted men”. The 25-year-old, accompanied by a woman, was seen by a...

Cool schools by design

TWO Seaford primary schools and a Frankston South secondary school have been recognised in the 2016 Victorian School Design Awards. Kakanook Primary School won and Seaford North Primary Schools was a...