• Schools follow pathway to success

    AN EDUCATION program at Western Port Secondary College is said to be achieving its goal of ensuring that every student meets expected academic benchma...

  • ‘Sisters’ take 2020 festival online

    THIS year’s Seven Sisters October women’s only “empowerment festival” is going online due to the COVID-19 restrictions. Originally held at Mount Marth...

  • Art Red Hill returns – online

    THE 40-year-old Art Red Hill will go virtual from 18-30 October despite being delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Participating artists inclu...

  • Wind’s in their sails

    BLAIRGOWRIE Yacht Squadron’s Sailability program has won this year’s Australian Sailing Victorian Inclusion Program of the Year award. The aim of the ...

  • ‘New faces’ may rule council

    VOTERS will choose 11 of 43 candidates to form the next Mornington Peninsula Shire Council. The state government decided to go ahead with the October ...

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Fast food not to shire’s taste

SMALL business owners are breathing a sigh of relief after Mornington Peninsula Shire Council knocke...

Candidates debate on social media

THE 43 candidates lining up for the 11 seats on Mornington Peninsula Shire have little opportunity for physical interaction w...