Pt Nepean looks back to 2010 plan

THE state government has ended plans for a multi-million plan for a commercial development at Point Nepean National Park based around a luxury hotel and thermal springs. Although it may cost up to $1...

‘Ghost’ memorial after fatality

A “GHOST” bike has been erected in memory of cyclist Joel Hawkins, 17, who died last week after being knocked down by a car in Dromana on 17 June. The white bike is at the site of the accident on the...

Artist’s advice for job seekers

AUTHOR and illustrator Michael Leeworthy wants to help people find work. He believes everyone has skills and with a bit of soul searching and encouragement can market their natural abilities. Hired “...

New chapter holds no secrets

POST work life can surprisingly be a time to begin a new career and that’s exactly what Rosebud resident Elsie Bradley has decided to do. The self-professed keen reader had turned her hand to writing...

Musical mates team up for classics and jazz

UPDATE 13/7/15: JAZZ pianist Allan Zavod has been replaced by Joe Chindamo for the masterclass and concert program at Monash University’s peninsula campus on Sunday 13 September. Chindamo has been de...

Van Raay sensational in 250th for Karingal

PENINSULA LEAGUE IT’S not very often that any individual is bigger than the game of AFL football. And rarely do we see it where the player is viewed so highly that he is placed before the club. Howev...

MPNFL board resigns, AFL steps in

THE MPNFL board collectively resigned late last week after 19 of 22 MPNFL Peninsula and Nepean clubs expressed a vote of no confidence. AFL South East immediately took over as caretaker of the league...

Demons are a long way off

NEPEAN LEAGUE RYE cannot win this season’s Nepean League premiership playing the brand of football that it is currently. That became obvious on Saturday when it was humiliated by one of the best side...

Frankston mourns loss of teacher

A PUBLIC public meeting will be held at Mornington Junction hall site to elect a Committee and consider the advisability of building a hall and also deal with any other business that     might be bro...

Police, Muslims dine out to end fast

POLICE last week invited religious leaders to a dinner marking the end of the month-long Ramadan fast. Police said 200 hundred people attended the dinner, including more than 60 young Muslims and 50 ...