Second day of no new cases on the peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula has had no confirmed new cases of Coronavirus in the last 48 hours. The peninsula has had a total of 72 cases, and seven are still active. The City of Frankston had an increa...

Material, elastic the new necessities

EVERY cloud has a silver lining – just ask Lincraft Mornington assistant store manager Dianne Ansell. Demand for material to make face masks in the fight against COVID-19 is so strong that customers ...

FV shuts down senior season

SOCCER FOOTBALL Victoria early last week placed a full stop next to the 2020 season for senior teams in the metropolitan region. However the state body clings to the hope that junior competition at b...

Rawiller claims Rising Star Series

HORSE RACING IN form apprentice jockey Campbell Rawiller was crowned this season’s RMBL Investments Rising Stars Series champion at Flemington on Saturday 18 July. The Mornington-based apprentice joc...

Filling the breach

MORNINGTON police station has stepped in to provide a much-needed service after Frankston police station’s counter service was shut down last week when an officer tested positive for coronavirus. Pol...

Lock to stop thefts

POLICE say it is a myth that thieves are only interested in stealing luxury cars. They say modern, “mainstream” cars are frequently targeted. Keep your car’s keys out of sight and make sure you lock ...

No masking this business success

PROTECTIVE face masks are now compulsory and students in the Mornington Secondary College VCAL class are being credited with making an astute business decision. They are making face masks to tackle C...