Peninsula cases stand still as state jumps 96 today

Coronavirus cases in Victoria are now at 917 with 96 newly diagnosed cases today. In positive news, the Mornington Peninsula’s figures remained the same at 46. Nearby, the City of Frankston hav...

Peninsula cases at 46, still second worst in state

Coronavirus cases in Victoria are now at 821 with 56 newly diagnosed cases today. The Mornington Peninsula accounted for 46 of them, a jump of five cases in two days. Nearby, the City of Frankston ha...

In times of trouble turn to Teddy

TEDDY bears are universal symbol of all that is good and wholesome about happy, healthy childhoods. Cute and cuddly, they provide comfort and a sense of security. They’re non-judgemental and, of cour...

The joys of multiple births

TEN multiple-birth families from Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula met at Angus and Rose at The Briars, Mount Martha, Sunday 15 March. The families are members of the Frankston and Mornington Pe...

Traders plead for ‘drastic’ help

TRADE is down, visitor numbers are down and revenue is down. With this nightmare scenario now a stark reality, Mornington Chamber of Commerce is pleading with all levels of government, financial inst...

Riddle Me That takes out Bendigo Guineas

HORSE RACING THE Matt Laurie-trained Riddle Me That has topped off an impressive campaign with a narrow but decisive victory in the Listed Bendigo Guineas on Saturday 28 March. The three-year-old son...

Clubs still face FV fees, charges

SOCCER A FOOTBALL Victoria statement issued last week has been met with disbelief and derision by local clubs. At a time when all competition and training is suspended at least until 14 April the sta...

Parks close early

THE Dromana Foreshore Reserve Caravan Park closed earlier than normal for the year last week following state government directives aimed at limiting the COVID-19 pandemic. The management committee ac...