Alarm alert

A MT ELIZA man alerted by a silent alarm was able to watch on his phone from another location as two men wearing balaclavas tried to force the front door of his house, 5.33am, Saturday 27 July. Detec...

Art depicts fire drama

A MURAL depicting the firefighting water tank at Main Ridge was unveiled by members of the Dromana & District Historical Society last week. It was painted by artist Michael Leeworthy, pictured, w...

Man killed after car hits tree at Tyabb

A man has died after his car struck a tree at Tyabb this evening. A member of the public has come across the crash scene on Mckirdys Road shortly after 8pm. The good Samaritan has pulled the driver f...

Tyabb bush fires – claim made for damages

AS a result of a fire which swept through his property on February 15th, Wiliam Pike, orchardist, of Tyabb, claimed £488 from Thomas Unthank, orchardist, Tyabb, in the County Court, before Judge Wasl...

Southern’s Jowett joins US college

SOCCER MILLA Jowett of Southern United flew out of Melbourne on Friday to start a two-year scholarship at Sussex County Community College in New Jersey. The US college announced recently that it had ...

Kangaroos mess with the Bulls

DIVISION TWO KARINGAL have suffered their second loss for the year after a shock defeat against Langwarrin. The ladder leading Bulls were put on the back foot early by the Kangaroos. A strong first h...

Sorrento step up to top place

DIVISION ONE PINES have let top spot on the ladder slip out of their grasp after a defeat to Frankston YCW on Saturday. The Stonecats hosted the Pythons, and came into the contest desperate for a win...

Sleeping out for a cause

THE Sleep in Your Car event at Mornington Park, Saturday 3 August, will show those participating what it’s like to be homeless. Fusion Mornington Peninsula is running the event during Homelessness We...

Power outage outrage

ANGRY traders and their customers in the Mt Martha shopping strip were reeling on Thursday after United Energy cut the power from 8am-5pm. The power cut was necessary for the removal of one wooden po...

Honour board brings memories of home

FORMER Balnarring resident David Wisken thought he was seeing double when visiting The Sir John Monash Centre at Villers-Bretonneux, France, in April. Touring the museum and interpretative centre on ...