Tree of Life

Phil Price’s large scale, wind-activated kinetic sculpture, The Tree of Life, located near the Peninsula Link Cranbourne Road exit is being dismantled much to the disappointment of people passi...

Boy dies following Dromana collision

A 17-year-old boy has died in hospital after being hit by a car in Dromana earlier this month. It is believed the cyclist was travelling west on Nepean Highway just after midday on 17 June when he wa...

Lacklustre Pies go down to Somerville

CRIB POINT FC – By Jared Newton CRIB Point remain winless at home for 2015, as it suffered its second consecutive heavy defeat against Somerville over the weekend. Last year’s grand finalists a...

Blues go down to an in-form Rosebud outfit

HASTINGS FNC – By Phil Stone, club president ON Saturday, Hastings FNC ventured down to Rosebud FNC to take on a very in-form Rosebud side across all grades. Unfortunately the club had a day it...

Stony Point line open

TRAINS will return to the Stony Point rail line today (30 June). Passenger services between Stony Point and Frankston have been suspended since early April due to technical problems which saw boom ga...

Signing to end ‘village’ plans

AN online petition has been launched against proposed retirement village at Somerville even though it has been knocked back by Mornington Peninsula Shire. The proposed development, at 16 Graf Rd and ...

House Fire Mornington

A house fire was attended in George St Mornington by both Mornington and Mt Martha CFA units last night. Four trucks attended, the call came in at 11:40pm on Monday 29th June 2015. An Ambulance was t...

Grant aids easier access to airfield

PENINSULA Aero Club members are flying high with news they have been given $50,000 for a new access road off Stuart Rd. The grant was confirmed in the Mornington Peninsula Shire budget on Wednesday n...

Dredge threat to Heads if port lease goes ahead

PORT Phillip Heads will have to be widened and deepened with a massive project that will make the controversial 2008-09 dredging pale into insignificance if the state government goes ahead with a 70-...

Artists all fired up over raku

RAKU firing is a hot topic for a group ceramic artists at Rye. Raku – meaning “enjoyment” – was practiced in Kyoto, Japan, as far back as the 16th century. Vessels produced were used in t...