Mayor thanks Wynne for Kaufland veto decision

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire Council has written to planning minister Richard Wynne to personally thank him for “rejecting plans for an inappropriately-sited Kaufland supermarket proposal” at the gatew...

Search for Glyberia Skalistis continues

Peninsula residents have been called on for assistance to help locate missing woman Glyberia Skalistis after her car was located in Mornington. The 70-year-old Mount Waverley woman was last seen in S...

Man charged over Langwarrin death

Homicide Squad detectives have charged a man following the death of a child in Langwarrin on 2 September. Emergency services were called to an address in Potts Road about 4.10pm after reports that a ...

Dog mauls, kills pet alpacas

A FINGAL family suffered a devastating blow over the weekend when a dog mauled and killed their two pet alpacas. Sharon Richardson, who runs Harmony B&B in Placadena Road with her husband Jeremy,...

Police investigate Langwarrin toddler death

Police have arrested a man and a woman following the death of a child in Langwarrin this afternoon. Emergency services were called to an address in Potts Road about 4.10pm after reports that a child ...

Kaufland megastore rejected

THE state government has rejected the proposed giant Kaufland supermarket at the entrance to Mornington. Planning minister Richard Wynne last week ruled out the company’s bid to build a 4000 square m...

Jet ski critics ‘demonise’ families

BOATING industry association’s have condemned the “repeated and ongoing attacks on Victorian boating families” by Mornington Peninsula Shire Council. This follows the council’s push for residents to ...

Shire’s push for better bus services

PUBLIC transport users are backing a push by Mornington Peninsula Shire for better bus services across the peninsula. They say about 82 per cent of the peninsula is not serviced by public transport a...

Air show being organised

PENINSULA Aero Club is working to get its 2020 air show off the ground despite delays caused by a dispute over a permit with Mornington Peninsula Shire. A last-minute settlement with the shire has se...

MPs disagree with experts over beach’s survival

A RISING tide of anger has greeted the announcement that no action will be taken to ensure sand remains at Mt Martha Beach North. However, the anger and political backlash is being aimed at recommend...