Blues on the brink

DISTRICT HASTINGS is on the verge of winning its first game of the season after a good opening day against Rye in MPCA District. On the back of some ordinary form, Hastings was justifiably sent into ...

Islanders, Eagle go down to the wire

PENINSULA THE MPCA Peninsula match between Long Island and Somerville will go down to the wire after 13 wickets fell on the opening day of their clash at Ballam Park. Somerville won the toss and elec...

Brad tons have Dogs primed

PROVINCIAL MORNINGTON’S Brad McDonald and Brad Wilson have placed their team in a commanding position in MPCA Provincial after both scoring centuries against Pearcedale. Sam Wiese left the middle aft...

The Saints go marching on

SUB-DISTRICT BALNARRING’S dominant start to the season continued on Saturday against Frankston YCW in MPCA Sub-District. The Saints have continued to march on, batting first and scoring 257 against l...

Mornington boss: ‘The buck stops with me’

SOCCER MORNINGTON gaffer Adam Jamieson has taken responsibility for missing out on NPL promotion and has vowed that he won’t make the same mistake again. “We had a squad to do a lot better but you’re...

Cigarettes wanted for front line soldiers

Compiled by Brodie Cowburn “PLEASE keep on sending us all the cigarettes you can”, was the message received the other day from a commanding officer at the front by the Over-Seas Club Southern Club To...

Whole Lotta Rosie comes to town

The fiercest line up of Aussie rockers will be heading to the peninsula to play the best of AC/DC! Whole Lotta Rosie is going to electrify crowds as they tear up the stage belting out the classic AC/...

Austen Tayshus draws the laughs at Rye Hotel

COMEDIAN Austen Tayshus will perform live at the Rye Hotel as part of his 30th anniversary National Australiana tour, Friday 10 November. The gravelly voiced showman has performed more than 10,000 sh...

Women’s murders

SIX rewards of $1 million will be paid for information leading to convictions in the murders of six women whose bodies were found in Frankston and Tynong North in 1980-81. The rewards are part of Ope...

Top marks for project pick-up

A SCHOOL project in which pupils choose a community problem and then decide on an action took Kunyung Primary School’s Nathan Beckley to the beach last week. The grade sixer was on a mission: he enli...