• Walking to get their message across

    WOMEN wearing orange marched along Mornington Peninsula streets in support of victims and survivors of family violence and to amplify the message that...

  • Sea ponies a high tide delight

    GIVEN her scientific knowledge, underwater experience and background it takes something really special in the marine world to excite Sheree Marris. Bu...

  • New wheels drive help for tradies

    A NEW work ute given to a Mornington Peninsula men’s charity will help it spread a positive mental health message. HALT (Hope Assistance Local Tradies...

  • Taking a balcony bow after 100 years

    ARMY veteran Alan Moore and his friends at Corowa Court, Mornington, are gearing up to celebrate his centenary on Friday 20 November. It’s an occasion...

  • Welcome mat rolls out for bees

    SOUTH Mornington Pre-School will use $4219 from the state government to build a pollination garden for blue-banded bees. Education leader Natasha Beim...

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Schoolies urged to be quiet

POLICE will be keeping a sharp eye on rowdy end-of-school celebrations on the Mornington Peninsula t...

Four charged over stabbing death

DETECTIVES on Friday charged a fourth person over the alleged stabbing death of a Langwarrin man at Seaford last week. Franks...

FORESHORE camping at Rye, Rosebud and Sorrento will resume on 2 January. This is one month earlier than was anticipated when ... Early call makes for happy campers