Red Hill take home premiership

DIVISION TWO RED Hill have been crowned as MPNFL Division Two premiers for 2019. The Hillmen ran onto Frankston Park on Saturday with fire in their bellies, looking to avenge their Grand Final loss a...

Dromana look to go back to back

DIVISION ONE DROMANA have booked their Grand Final spot with a win over Bonbeach. The Tigers scored the only goal of a scrappy first term, and ended up going into the half time break with an eight po...

Wee Mikey sends United Skye high

SOCCER WEE Mikey Turner claimed the goal that sent Skye United into State 2 with a nerve-jangling 1-0 win over Monash Uni at Skye Recreation Reserve on Saturday. Knowing that a win would secure promo...

Rox The Castle flies under the radar

HORSE RACING THE small, yet brave, Balnarring-trained racehorse Rox The Castle has once again defeated a runner that many pegged as a “horse that couldn’t be beaten” at Sandown on Wednesday 4 Septemb...

Peninsula boxer ready for Kombat

BLAIRGOWRIE boxer Jayde Mitchell is going into next weekend’s Kings of Kombat bout “without injury for the first time in years”. Since his previous fight in December he has fully recovered from elbow...

The King is back

HE was crowned by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. as the world’s ‘Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist’ in Memphis, making history as the only artist from outside the USA to win the prestigious title – and ...

Jet ski critics ‘demonise’ families

BOATING industry association’s have condemned the “repeated and ongoing attacks on Victorian boating families” by Mornington Peninsula Shire Council. This follows the council’s push for residents to ...

Kaufland megastore rejected

THE state government has rejected the proposed giant Kaufland supermarket at the entrance to Mornington. Planning minister Richard Wynne last week ruled out the company’s bid to build a 4000 square m...

New boss at Dolphins

ADRIAN Lloyd has been appointed the new CEO of the Frankston Football Club. Mr Lloyd has experience working at the Carlton Football Club, Melbourne Victory, and the Melbourne Rebels. He takes over th...

Council makes CEO pick

FRANKSTON Council will look within for their next CEO. Interim CEO Phil Cantillon will be offered the role permanently, The Times understands. It is understood that councillors made the decision at a...