Bonbeach on the rise

PENINSULA LEAGUE BONBEACH is a better football team than it was in 2016, are more disciplined and have added maturity, according to Chelsea coach Brett Dunne. In the stand-alone Peninsula Division ga...

Sorrento Sharks are the team to beat

NEPEAN LEAGUE SORRENTO is one of the best teams that has taken to the footy field in a number of years, according to Rye coach Josh Moore. Moore and his Demon charges were handed their second 100-plu...

AFL South East derail footy season

PENINSULA, Nepean and South East Football Netball Clubs (SENFL) seasons are on the brink of being derailed as a result of the senior football competition review handed down by AFL South East last wee...

Langy nine points clear, Strikers do it for Clayton

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie IT’S full steam ahead for league leader Langwarrin which is now nine points clear of its nearest rival and has completed the first half of the State 1 South-East season unde...

Miss Scarborough recovering after operation

THE friends of Miss W Scarborough will be pleased to know that she is improving after her second operation which she underwent on Wednesday at St Vincent’s Hospital. *** RUMOR has it that the Peninsu...

Morning Star Estate sold to Chinese buyer

THE 63 hectare Morning Star Estate in Mt Eliza has been bought by a Chinese investor for $36.2 million. The Zhongou Capital Corporation outbid five other shortlisted groups to buy the Sunnyside Rd pr...

Kayaker overboard

A KAYAKER flipped his craft 500 metres off Fishermans Beach, Mornington, and had to swim for it at about 5.30pm on Saturday 3 June. The man, 41, of Healesville, managed to make a 000 call while in th...

Sammy J brings Phantom show ‘home’

A GARDENER at Mt Eliza’s Peninsula School unwittingly set comedian Sammy J off a planned legal career garden path and into a world of adventure and justice dispensed by The Phantom comic book charact...

Councillors go up the creek

By Barry Morris GOING up the creek was all part of an inspection tour for Briars ward councillors Rosie Clark and Sam Hearn. The two Mornington Peninsula Shire councillors elected last October were t...

FoI bill stuns animal advocates

A MORNINGTON-based animal advocacy group is resorting to a Go Fund Me campaign to raise money for a costly freedom-of-information request. The group has been quoted $1108 for Mornington Peninsula Shi...