Like Lightning

As storm clouds gather on the horizon most people seek shelter or prepare their properties for the worst; battening the hatches, so to speak. But that’s not the case with Yanni Dellaportas. The first...

Kids behaving badly in broad daylight

VANDALS who jumped the high fence at Sorrento Early Learning Centre’s playground last week broke into the storage shed and “generally got into mischief”, Sorrento Community Centre manager Heather Bar...

Calendar sales fight police PTSD

PROCEEDS from the sale of the Hastings Police Senior Citizens Register 20th anniversary calendar are going to a good cause. Money raised will assist in the fight against post-traumatic stress disorde...

Proof’s in the pudding for students

PROOF of the success of Hands-on-Learning as a worthwhile career path for youngsters came with the launching of a students’ pizza oven at Western Port Secondary College last week. Former Frankston Hi...

Fee renewals are ‘killing us’

Unpalatable: Proprietors Pam Eddy and Barton Smith say the council’s latest renewal costs are “crunching” small food businesses. Pictures: Gary Sissons A HASTINGS café proprietor said business regist...

Country Cups captured by Rawiller and McGill

HORSE RACING UP-AND-COMING Mornington-based apprentice jockey, Campbell Rawiller, scored the biggest win of his early career by taking out the St Arnauds Cup on Saturday 26 October. It was fitting th...

Stubley, Guy, Harrington, Prescott

SOCCER ANDY Stubley, Keegan Guy and Matt Harrington are wanted men and Mornington is leading the chase to sign them. Stubley and Guy meet with Mornington boss Adam Jamieson this week and are part of ...

Seaford school to be proceeded with immediately

A DEPUTATION, introduced by the Hon. A. Downward, waited on the Minister of Education on Wednesday last. The school committee was represented by Cr. Armstrong and Messrs Klauer, Moffatt and H. J. McC...