Medibank Free + Active brings Parkrun to Rosebud

ROSEBUD locals and visitors alike finally have the chance to take part in parkrun, taking advantage of the glorious location with a five km run or walk along the beach. Launching in Rosebud on Saturd...

Heart pulls out, Langy gets Goulding

SOCCER ROSEBUD Heart dropped a bombshell last week when it told Football Federation Victoria it will not field a senior team in State 4 South this year. The decision to quit FFV after just three seas...

Boneo with work to do

SUB-DISTRICT BONEO will need to be its absolute best with bat in hand this Saturday when it sets out its run chase of 271 against Dromana in MPCA Sub District cricket. Dromana lost the toss but took ...

Feast of wickets fall

DISTRICT HASTINGS and Seaford Tigers are in embattled in an enthralling MPCA District clash after an amazing 23 wickets fell on the opening day. The Blues batted first after winning the toss but were...

Ridge hunt victory

PENINSULA MAIN Ridge has made its intentions well and truly clear in its round 12 MPCA Peninsula Cricket clash against Mooroduc. Moorooduc won the toss and elected to bat but lasted just 25 overs as ...

Doggies’ quicks need to step up

PROVINCIAL MORNINGTON’S bowlers will need to bring everything and more to Baxter Park this Saturday when it tries to defend 122 against Baxter in MPCA Provincial Cricket. The Doggies won the toss and...

Pier Street set to Party!

The Pier Street Party is officially set to shake up Melbourne’s outer suburbs once again on February 24, 2018.  For the second year running, the outdoor festival will be jam-packed with incredible mu...

Violent storm sweeps Victoria

Compiled by Brodie Cowburn A STORM of great violence, for which no precedent can be found in the history of Melbourne, swept over portion of the suburban area late on Saturday afternoon. In compariso...

Sediment ‘a threat to estuary’

UNMADE roads are being blamed for the increasing sediment in the Balcombe Creek estuary at Mt Martha. The environment group BERG Mt Martha says “analysts” recorded 14 tonnes of sediment flowing into ...

Walking to talk on mental health care

THE shortage of safe, long-term accommodation for those affected by mental illness in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula has one man fearing for the plight of a family member. John Bradford, o...