Southern sets sights on international coup

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie SOUTHERN United is hoping to sign an international midfielder as it prepares to kick-off the 2017 NPL women’s season. The consortium club’s negotiations with the player are ...

Blues’ brothers on fire

SUB-DISTRICT HASTINGS are sure to finish on top of the MPCA Sub Distrct ladder after smashing 9/318 against second place Ballam Park on Saturday. The Blues’ brothers Luke and Jake Hewitt dominated, L...

McQueen causes headache for Reds

DISTRICT MT MARTHA has some enormous work to do to maintain its position in the top four after the first day of play in MPCA District cricket. In the final two-day game of the season against Seaford,...

Doggies in control

PROVINCIAL MORNINGTON has the upper hand in its crucial match against Langwarrin after the opening day of Round 10 in MPCA Provincial cricket. Coming into the match in fourth place on the ladder and ...

Rosebud Kite Festival

Remember the joy of flying your first kite? The anticipation as it lifted into the air? The spark of magic as you discovered you could actually play with the wind? Well, you can experience it all aga...

Red Hill Show

Saturday, 11th March, the Red Hill Showgrounds come alive with the festivities of one the State’s most popular agricultural shows. Entries for most categories close this week so download a general en...

New laws prohibit wartime amusement

FURTHER action has been taken under the war precautions regulations to limit expenditure on places of amusement. A new regulation, dated 14th February, which comes into operation forthwith, provides ...

Estuary ‘saviour’ clocks up 20 years

By Barry Morris SHE is the Lady of the Lake – or more accurately – a saviour of Mt Martha’s Balcombe Estuary. Liz Barraclough, OAM, a founding member of BERG Mt Martha 20 years ago, has devoted...

Technology leads in shoulder surgery

MORNINGTON’S The Bays Hospital is the first Victorian centre and only the second in Australia to use advanced technology that is helping to revolutionise shoulder replacement surgery. Orthopaed...

Shire quiet on top tier pays

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire has refused to confirm the remuneration of council CEO Carl Cowie and four executives who report directly to the shire’s highest-paid employee. The shire’s reluctance to re...