Jaguars prowl to bowls’ win

“JOHN’S Jaguars” – a name inspired by their coach: Sorrento Bowls Club member John Shepherd – has won the inaugural Primary School Lawn Bowls Challenge. The Year 5 team, from Sorrento Primary School,...

‘No more deaths’: petition plea

THE tragic death of Mt Eliza woman Olivia Steadman-Meconi at the Robinsons Rd-Western Port Hwy intersection last month has prompted demands for a roundabout. A petition to be presented to Roads Minis...

Rye’s youngest goes for gold

NOT content with being a member of Rye Bowls Club’s first ever Division 1 premiership team, Frank Krsolvic is this week challenging the best at the Australian Bowls open championships on the Gold Coa...

Hillmen sink to a new low

NEPEAN LEAGUE RED Hill has dropped to fourth place on the ladder after losing its third game in succession in embarrassing fashion on Saturday. For the second match in a row, Red Hill failed to score...

MPNFL apologises to clubs – clubs bite back

THREE weeks after going into hiding over the bungled Play Points System (PPS), the Mornington Peninsula Football League has finally apologised. In a statement sent by league CEO Jeff Jones on Saturda...

Doggies win a thriller

PENINSULA LEAGUE LANGWARRIN lost its second game on the trot by less than a kick after it went down to Mornington by one point on Saturday. Leading by eight points at half time and seven points at th...

Cranbourne road fatal accident

MISS Nellie Jolly, of Frankston, is at present on a holiday in Brisbane, Queensland. *** TRADESMEN are reminded that it is necessary to renew their tobacco licenses on or before 1st July next, thus a...

Rye traders get CCTV in shire deal

RYE’S shopping strip will soon be equipped with closed-circuit TV cameras after years of trader campaigning for increased security measures in the township, which intensified after the death of a you...

Resort tops lighthouse in image warfare

OPPONENTS of the RACV’s proposed $135 million resort at Cape Schanck are using image warfare and the internet to win converts and keep pressure on decision-makers. The latest tactic is an internet su...

Saga of ‘landlocked’ block could be over

THE Barkers Rd closure saga may have come to an end but such is the nature of epic tales that it may well have a stanza or two to run. The story so far: a vacant block at 2 Barkers Rd, Main Ridge, wa...