Frankston Pines too slick for Strikers

SOCCER FRANKSTON Pines combined pace with a slick counter-attacking style to overrun Peninsula Strikers 5-2 in Saturday’s State 2 South-East derby at Centenary Park. Strikers started on a positive no...

Tyabb storm home to claim second win

DIVISION TWO A SEVEN goal final quarter blitz from Tyabb has seen them secure their second win for the season, as they bested Devon Meadows and Bunguyan Reserve. Tyabb were slow out of the gates, and...

Tradies warned: ‘watch out for thieves’

A “MASSIVE increase” in the theft of power tools on the southern peninsula is worrying police. They say thieves are targeting tradies’ vehicles and trailers in Mt Eliza, Mornington, Mt Martha, Somerv...

School seeks ruling to balance its numbers

CO-ED school Peninsula Grammar is seeking an exemption from the Equal Opportunity Act to allow it to “better manage” gender numbers in its classes. Principal Stuart Johnston told the school’s alumni ...

Deputy mayor leave

NORTH-WEST Ward councillor Lillian O’Connor has stepped down as deputy mayor of Frankston Council and has taken leave of absence for several months. The mayor Cr Colin Hampton said Cr O’Connor has ta...

Alleyway assault

A TASMANIAN man, 49, suffered a deep gash to his head during a fight with three men in an alleyway at JD’s Pool Hall in central Frankston. The man said he was “knifed” during the fight after an earli...

Road rage attack

A 31-YEAR-OLD driver was the victim of a “random” road rage attack in Carrum Downs in the early hours of Sunday morning (3 June). The Karingal man was dragged out of his Holden Commodore ute in Lyreb...