Plan now for pancreatic cancer rise, says doctor

HEALTHCARE services need to plan for a rise in pancreatic cancer, Peninsula Health’s Endoscopy boss Dr Leon Fisher has warned. His warning coincides with this week’s launch of the 2015 cancer appeal ...

Fireworks crew basks in glow of the job

A NAME synonymous with spectacular fireworks displays all over the world has its Victorian base at Balnarring. Howard & Sons Pyrotechnics – one of the country’s best-known fireworks artists and p...

Community asked about rubbish

RATEPAYERS are again being asked for their views on the shire’s waste recovery plan as pressure is said to be growing on the landfill at Rye, predicted in some Mornington Peninsula Shire reports to b...

Squash legend at Dromana

AUSTRALIAN squash legend Geoff Hunt brought his skills and coaching abilities to the Tonic squash courts and gym, Dromana, last week. Now 68 and retired and with an MBE for his services to the sport ...

Eagles fly high as Blues stumble

NEPEAN LEAGUE HASTINGS dropped from second place on the Nepean Division leader to fourth after being overrun by Somerville on Saturday. It was the first loss of the season for the Blues and once agai...

Pythons on the slide

PENINSULA LEAGUE PINES continued its slide down the Peninsula Division ladder after copping a hiding at the hands of Frankston YCW on Saturday. The Pythons started the year in superb fashion and won ...

Former AFL star sets the standard

INTERLEAGUE FORMER Richmond, North Melbourne and West Coast Eagles forward Aaron Edwards has cut short his Bali holiday so that he can represent his league at the country championships this weekend. ...

Train service to remain the same

The secretary of the Frankston Football Club acknowledges with thanks a donation of £1 1s from Mr Booth. *** Mr S. S. Price, dentist, of Melbourne, wishes it known that he will attend at Garroods’ Ho...

More sand ripped from Portsea

THE sorry saga of the destruction of Portsea’s front beach continues with further damage being done during last week’s windy weather and rough seas. The extent of the erosion is increasing with ocean...

Foreshore car park plan ‘off course’

THE shire council has released a draft management plan for Safety Beach foreshore that will guide its use over the next 15 years. But Safety Beach Foreshore Landscape Committee is concerned replantin...