Bombers set sights on more success

PENINSULA LEAGUE A MORE even MPNFL Peninsula Division competition this season may not necessarily be in store after Frankston YCW flexed its muscles against Mornington on Saturday. The reigning premi...

Stonecats sound early warning

NEPEAN LEAGUE FRANKSTON Bombers sounded a very loud warning to the rest of the MPNFL Nepean Division competition when it handed out a 10-goal hiding to Dromana on Saturday. It may have only been the ...

Lee Kernaghan heads to Frankston

Lee Kernaghan is one of the undisputable all-time greats of Australian country.  2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Lee’s amazing career and the release of his first chart-busting hit, ...

Assault on train

POLICE are searching for a man who sexually assaulted a person on a Frankston line train on Friday 24 February. The man boarded at Flinders St and sat next to the victim when a seat became available....

Death of Peninsula Grammar head

FORMER Peninsula Grammar headmaster Harry Alexander Macdonald, passed away on 3 April at the age of 86. Mr Macdonald was the second headmaster at Peninsula and led the school for almost 20 years (197...

Tourist hot spot hit by scammers

ONE of the main Mornington Peninsula tourist drawcards has lost an estimated $40,000 in an on-line ticketing scam. Peninsula Hot Springs, at Fingal, is one of at least nine high profile Victorian ven...

Photography pays for entrepreneur

PHOTOGRAPHER Josh Brnjac is taking a shot at making a living from his passion by setting up his own business in Frankston at the age of just 15. The Somerville resident has set up a business in Frank...

Singing journalist does Sinatra his way

VETERAN journalist and singer Barry Morris feels as though he grew up with singer Frank Sinatra. “His music has been a background musical score to my life,” Morris, a former jazz writer and sub-edito...

Death probed

HOMICIDE Squad detectives are investigating after a woman died in Frankston Hospital on Tuesday 28 March. Emergency services were called to a boarding house in Daly St at 5.30am, Saturday 25 March, w...