‘Business as usual’ at fire station

RESIDENTS should have full confidence in the Mornington Brigade’s fire-fighting capabilities, its officer-in-charge says. The statement comes after weeks of controversy stemming from the fire fighter...

Rates capped to state’s order

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire has adopted its 2016/17 annual budget, keeping average rate rises below the state government’s 2.5 per cent limit. The mayor Cr Graham Pittock said the shire was still able...

Pythons move on up to second

PENINSULA LEAGUE PINES moved to outright second on the Peninsula Division ladder with a strong performance against Mt Eliza at Wooralla Drive on Saturday. Despite the Redlegs opening up a 25-point br...

Sharks back in hunt, Eagles still down on form

NEPEAN LEAGUE SORRENTO got back on the winner’s list on Saturday, knocking over the in-form Frankston Bombers in epic fashion. The Sharks had lost their previous two games at home to Rye and Devon Me...

Diptheria claims 11 year old child

A PAINFULLY sudden death occurred on Monday morning to a little girl, eleven years of age, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Olding, of Carnegie. It appears that, in company with her younger sister, she was...

Break fast at sunset

MEMBERS of the public can find out more about Ramadan – Islam’s holiest month – by attending a meal served after sunset on Sunday 3 July. The sunset meal is a tradition of breaking a fast and will be...