• Family gathers for Beryl’s 105th

    SHOREHAM House, Balnarring, was overflowing with family and friends of Beryl Sheedy who celebrated her 105th birthday, Sunday 14 January. Congratulato...

  • Turning logs into art

    WOMEN and chainsaws are not usually mentioned in the same sentence – except when the woman is chainsaw artist Angie Polglaze. The Hastings resident ca...

  • Emily braves the waters to find the cross

    THE way is open for girls to take part in the Blessing of the Waters in future after a girl pipped the boys for the Rye prize for the first time at th...

  • With a song in their heart

    MORE than 140 students took part in the Peninsula Youth Music Society’s 38th Summer Music School at Mt Erin College in Frankston South last week. They...

  • Litter was fair trade for scavengers

    MORE than 270 eager beach cleaners got into the spirit of things at the third annual Seaside Scavenge Festival at Rye, Sunday 7 January. They collecte...

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Rocks to fight erosion

BOULDERS will be used in a bid to stop further erosion of cliffs at Mt Martha Beach North and damage...

Some drivers not so wise

THERE was little rest for many police highway patrol officers over the festive season. Victoria Police’s 24-day Operation Roa...

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire will compulsorily acquire a large section of Tootgarook Swamp to save it from housing development.... Council digs deep to buy swamp