Sharks send Bombers crashing down

NEPEAN LEAGUE SORRENTO coach Nick Jewell has scoffed at suggestions that the competitive nature of the 2017 Nepean Division season was over after his side handed out an almost 100-point thrashing to ...

Bonbeach stand alone at the top

PENINSULA LEAGUE BONBEACH stands alone at the top of the MPNFL Peninsula Division ladder after handing out a 12 goal hiding to Langwarrin. The Sharks have been in sensational form in the past eight w...

Theodore in the nick of time for Skye

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie NICK Theodore has an impeccable sense of timing. With Skye United’s promotion push under serious threat from bottom side Dingley Stars, Theodore came off the bench in the 78...

Driving learners to licence success

A YOUNG man joined a 100 club last month by celebrating passing his driving test as part of a learner driver mentorship program. Frankston resident Trent became the 100th driver to get a driver’s lic...

Ute linked to five violent burglaries

A SILVER Nissan Navarra dual-cab ute is the common link between five armed robberies in Dandenong South, Braeside, Carrum Downs, Frankston and Baxter over the past fortnight. The male driver of the s...

Cooking up a storm in cancer fight

SEVEN barbecue “pit masters” from Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula went dish for dish to raise money for cancer services at Peninsula Health last week. The cook-off was not for the faint-hearte...

Passel passes on the parcels to shoppers

EVERYONE wants everything now in today’s fast-paced world and that’s a modern trend new business founder Marshall Hughes hopes will see success arrive by bypassing the post. Hughes is one of several ...

Man run down, robbed

A PEDESTRIAN feared for his life after the driver of a utility chased him and ran him down in Stotts Lane, Frankston South, early Thursday morning. The 41-year-old Albanvale man was taken to Franksto...