Five-star Mornington, Skye eyes duo

SOCCER MORNINGTON won its fifth Steve Wallace Memorial Cup on Saturday and will use its success as a springboard for a tilt at the State 1 South-East championship and an NPL berth. It was the sixth s...

Pandas, Hoppers still at the top

SUB-DISTRICT DROMANA and Boneo maintain their positions at the top of the MPCA Sub District ladder after impressive victories on Saturday. Dromana’s victory was more profound given that it picked up ...

Islanders smash fangless Pythons

PENINSULA LONG Island stepped up to the plate when it needed, steam rolling Pines in impressive fashion in MPCA Peninsula Cricket on Saturday. The Islanders started the day defending a modest total o...

Seaford does it tough

DISTRICT SEAFORD made tough work of winning its MPCA District game against Rye. However that was predicted given Seaford started day two of the match reeling at 4/42. David Anderson (28) and Dean Pol...

Baxter still in with a sniff

PROVINCIAL THEY say that a week can be along time in sport.  Just one match ago in MPCA Provincial Cricket, Baxter appeared to be a long shot of making this year’s final series. Fast forward a match ...

Crackdown on youths with firearms

Compiled by Brodie Cowburn IN consequence of numerous complaints regarding youths armed with pea rifles, shooting indiscriminately at windows, railway signals and stock, Const. Ryan proceeded, on Mon...

Lessons from Jack’s death

THE plight of a dog named Jack and his would-be rescuer, Pam, of Mornington, touched many people when aired on social media over the holidays. Posted by Save Mornington Pound Pets, which advocates fo...

Protests over retirement village

A ROW is brewing over plans to build a retirement village off Roberts Rd, Mornington. Residents are rallying to halt Steller Estates’ proposed 371-unit development on 20 hectares at the south end of ...

Win for winter moon on hot summer’s night

THIS year’s Mornington Art Show, the 46th run by Mornington Rotary Club, is being called “one of the best ever”. More than 840 paintings were on show, including VCE student art work. The top award of...

Summer strategy to protect The Pillars

TAKING a tougher stand against the hordes of young thrill-seekers gathering at The Pillars rock jumping platforms at Martha was front-of-mind for those attending a community meeting on Wednesday 31 J...