Eagles off to a flying start

PENINSULA BOOM Somerville recruit Jayde Herrick guided his side to a round one victory against reigning premier Red Hill in MPCA Peninsula cricket. The former Victorian Bushrangers paceman opened the...

Brittain ‘goes whack’ in season opener

PROVINCIAL REIGNING MPCA champion Baxter has started its defence in the new MPCA Provincial competition with an emphatic 34-run win against Langwarrin. And defending cricketer of the year and league ...

Braves smash Tigers first up

DISTRICT BADEN Powell has launched its 2017-18 District season in the best way possible, beating Seaford Tigers with ease. Whilst the Braves didn’t set the world on fire after being sent into bat fir...

Knights win a thriller

SUB-DISTRICT BALLAM Park has walked away from a thrilling match against Frankston YCW with a victory in MPCA Sub District. The Knights batted first after being sent into bat and David Cross got his s...

Can Heart hold on to ‘The Green Machine’?

SOCCER THE greatest goalscorer in Victorian senior ranks and a founder member of Rosebud Heart may be on the move. English ace David Greening won his eighth straight Golden Boot award this year, a re...

Mr. G. Upton’s son dangerously wounded in war

THE sad news was conveyed to Mr. G Upton last week that his son Gunner H. G. Upton had been dangerously wounded and that he is at present at the 13th General Hospital Bolongue in France. *** OWING to...

No limit to the lure of the flying fox

THE thrill of the flying fox proved irresistible to 82-year-old Shirley Bolim, of Hastings, during Seniors Week activities at Camp Manyung, Mt Eliza, on Friday.     HER bravery was said to have inspi...

VicRoads stops shredding after outcry

VICROADS has called a halt to the wholesale clearing of vegetation on the Mornington Peninsula Freeway, between Mt Martha and Rosebud, following a storm of protest by wildlife carers and residents. R...

A council that’s on the move

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire is continuing to look far and wide for innovation and inspiration with two councillors and its top executive preparing to pack their bags for overseas and interstate travel...

Litter busters’ make heavy haul at beach

PICKING up 27 kilograms of rubbish from Dromana beach was either a good thing or a bad thing, depending on how you look at it. Good because that’s 27kg less rubbish than there was before, but bad bec...