Frankston Pines too slick for Strikers

SOCCER FRANKSTON Pines combined pace with a slick counter-attacking style to overrun Peninsula Strikers 5-2 in Saturday’s State 2 South-East derby at Centenary Park. Strikers started on a positive no...

Tyabb storm home to claim second win

DIVISION TWO A SEVEN goal final quarter blitz from Tyabb has seen them secure their second win for the season, as they bested Devon Meadows and Bunguyan Reserve. Tyabb were slow out of the gates, and...

Frankston YCW slump to four straight losses

DIVISION ONE SORRENTO have piled further misery on Frankston YCW, claiming victory in a bruising contest at David Macfarlane Reserve on Saturday. Coming off the back of three consecutive defeats, Fra...

Clarke claims third in “brutally hard” race

MORNINGTON Cycles owner Brad Clarke competed in one of the world’s toughest mountain bike races in South Africa on Wednesday 28 March. Clarke partnered with common competitor, Rohin Adams, in the gru...

Steaks raised in anticipated football clash

A FOOTBALL match between the Frankston and Mornington juniors was played on Saturday last in the Frankston park when, after an interesting game the visitors suffered defeat by 10 points. Mr W. Cain u...

Ann Brown’s schooldays reach 75 years

A MT ELIZA woman who had to leave school when she was 14 is now, aged 75, about to graduate from Deakin University with a PhD (Psychology). Ann Brown’s school in England wanted her to continue with h...

School seeks ruling to balance its numbers

CO-ED school Peninsula Grammar is seeking an exemption from the Equal Opportunity Act to allow it to “better manage” gender numbers in its classes. Principal Stuart Johnston told the school’s alumni ...

Buyers see upside in Village

A SYNDICATE of Chinese families has paid $39.4 million for the Mornington Village shopping centre. The sale represents a healthy profit for the Melbourne accounting firm which bought the two-level, 7...

Tradies warned: ‘Watch out for thieves’

A “MASSIVE increase” in the theft of power tools on the southern peninsula is worrying police. They say thieves are targeting tradies’ vehicles and trailers in Mt Eliza, Mornington, Mt Martha, Somerv...

Shire turns down US style barbie

ASPIRATIONS of a barbecue restaurant at Red Hill to double its number of diners have been dampened by Mornington Peninsula Shire. Red Gum BBQ, which bills itself as “the most authentic Southern Ameri...