Sharks swim out of troubled waters

DIVISION ONE SORRENTO have edged out Mt Eliza in a thriller at David Macfarlane Reserve to back up their impressive victory over the Stonecats last week. The Sharks were once again made to fight back...

Somerville spoil the Yabbies’ party

DIVISION TWO TYABB brought out the big guns on Saturday with AFL premiership winning forward Travis Cloke running out for a one-off appearance, but their Somerville opponents were out to spoil the pa...

Council gives Somerville $550,000

SOCCER SOMERVILLE Eagles have secured significant grants from Mornington Peninsula Shire council. The promotion-chasing State 5 club understands that the council will spend $500,000 on clubrooms at T...

Douglas lands Super win at Caulfield

MORNINGTON-based jockey Clayton Douglas landed his maiden victory at Caulfield on Saturday 13 April. Having had previously ridden at the track four times, the prominent jumps and flat jockey steered ...

Frankston Music Festival on its way

THE 3rd Frankston Music festival has its headquarters at Frankston Arts Centre and features over 63 performances supported by 25 live venues and 13 community groups across greater Frankston – i...

Winter wrap for The Pillars fence

The fence along the Esplanade at Mt Martha designed to cut off access to The Pillars cliff-jumping site will be pulled down after Easter. Although not entirely effective, the fence did lead to a larg...

Tougher rules on the way for jet skis

JET-ski zones are likely to be in place on several Mornington Beaches next summer. The zones will confine jet skis to strict speed limits within a narrow corridor until they are 500 metres offshore.&...