It’s tight at the top

SUB-DISTRICT DROMANA and Hastings are locked together at the top of the MPCA Sub District ladder after round five wrapped up on Saturday. In a very even 2015-16 competition, a buffer at the top of th...

Braves and Hillmen on top

DISTRICT BADEN Powell and Red Hill remain clear at the top of the MPCA District ladder after recording easy victories on Saturday. The Braves and Hillmen are 12 points clear of their nearest rivals P...

Old Boys shoot to top

PROVINCIAL PENINSULA Old Boys shot to the top of the MPCA Provincial ladder on Saturday after picking up an outright victory over Pines. The Old Boys already had the win on week one of the match afte...

The Spiegeltent in Sorrento is back

Now in its second year, the Sorrento Spiegel Zelt is celebrating with a show that is even bigger and more spectacular! This summer, the very special Spiegeltent is presenting a hit show that has wowe...

Sad drowning fatality in Frankston

A wire has been received by the friends of Sergeant Alex O. Kerr, that he is sick, and was removed to Malta by the hospital ship, on the 29th November. *** MISS Beatrice Andrews has succeeded in pass...

Cliff track talks

THE Beleura cliff path, Mornington, remains officially closed, despite being used by many people each day. Safety barriers erected by Mornington Peninsula Shire have been pushed aside, providing acce...

Muslims lead the way in peace talks

LEADERS from six major religions went to a mosque in Langwarrin to explain the role their faith was taking to promote peace. President of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Australia Inam-ul-Haq Kauser ...

Digging deep for Ethiopian water supply

WE take for granted that water will flow from the tap when it’s turned on. It’s a welcome blessing in a first world country. But that luxury is unknown to impoverished villagers in Ethiopia, leading ...

Be seen back in the swim this summer

BEACHGOERS and boaters are being warned to take care around water in the summer months ahead. The 2014-15 Drowning Report released last week by the state government highlighted some disturbing trends...

Rose gardens’ reputation goes international

THE flowers were well and truly blooming and gardeners smiling at Mornington’s Botanical Rose Gardens when receiving an international award on Thursday 12 November. The World Federation of Rose Socie...