Charges for Seaford travelling conmen

Frankston Crime Investigation Unit detectives have arrested a man in relation to the alleged traveling conmen scams in the Seaford area. The 26-year-old Irish national has been charged with obtaining...

Tootgarook get a last ball win over Tyabb

PENINSULA CRIB Point have fallen agonisingly short of Pines in the final match of the home and away season for 2019/19 MPCA Cricket. Batting first Pines were impressive in the one day match, putting ...

Bulleen swamped by Langwarrin

SOCCER THE blue wave of Langwarrin engulfed much fancied opponent Bulleen at Lawton Park on Saturday and gave home fans a taste of things to come. Langy gaffer Scott Miller hasn’t hidden his ambition...

The club that covers all the bases

MORNINGTON Pirates Baseball Club has been part of the Mornington sporting scene since 1975. Based at C B Wilson Reserve on Wilsons Road, they fielded eight teams last year across mens, womens and jun...

Sharks shooting for successful season

THE newly re-branded Southern Peninsula Sharks could be in for a big year if their pre-season matches are anything to go by. The Sharks’ men’s Big V team have won all three of their pre-season games ...

Opera fans are in for an Italian treat

ITALIAN Opera is filled with popular and well loved highlights which have stood the test of time and remain the most beloved items in the classical repertoire. In this rousing afternoon, the acclaime...

Brave Guy takes to the sky

FRANKSTON High School student Guy Taylor has taken an aerial approach to raising funds for a charity helping children with disabilities. Guy took to the sky at Saturday’s Moomba Birdman rally to rais...

Bay’s gummy shark stocks in decline

Fishing charter boat operator Charlie Micallef, who knows a thing or two about catching gummy sharks, believes their numbers are dropping in Port Phillip. The Victorian Fisheries Authority oversees r...