Rosebud dig in against Seaford

DISTRICT ROSEBUD have bounced back from a difficult start to get the better of Seaford at Olympic Park on Saturday. Seaford won the toss and sent their opponents in to bat, which looked to be a maste...

Thumbs up for Spencer, ‘Squizzy’

SOCCER A DAMAGING presidency battle was averted last week after Steve Spencer was elected at an extraordinary general meeting at Frankston Pines. It had been widely expected that former vice-presiden...

Laurie hoping to strike gold with Rainbow

MORNINGTON-based trainer Matt Laurie has Stakes ambitions with his smart filly Rainbow Girl after she kicked clear for a comfortable four-length win at Bairnsdale on Sunday 7 October. The daughter of...

Hockey players pick up silvers at nationals

MORNINGTON Peninsula Hockey Club had five players represent Victoria at the Women’s Masters Championships in Bunbury, Western Australia on Thursday 27 September. Four of the women, Emma Brown, Kim Tr...

The AGL Peninsula Film Festival back for 2019

THE Peninsula Film Festival is proud to announce a new partnership with AGL. AGL has come on board as Naming Rights Sponsor and will support the Peninsula Film Festival activities which include the e...

Letter sent appealing for Sir John Madden memorial

THE Frankston Progress Association, at its last monthly meeting decided to organise funds for a memorial in Frankston to the late Sir John Madden. If sufficient funds are received it is proposed to e...

Conti ‘re-created’ for the future

THE architects behind the $80 million redevelopment of Sorrento’s renaissance-inspired Continental Hotel say they want to recreate the charms of the “marvellous Melbourne” boom period of when it was ...

Racing against the train

Running for the train will take on a whole new meaning next month when the steam train K163 competes for speed against a group of children. Mt Eliza Rotary Club, Mornington Railway and Peninsula Heal...

Banner politics to save forests

Although they may be several hours’ drive away from the nearest forest, motorists heading south along Nepean Highway, Mt Eliza last week witnessed part of the protests aimed at getting the premier Da...

Art show entries from far and wide

Entries from interstate will be among the 850 works exhibited at next year’s Mornington Art Show. One of the feature artists at the show will be Kathy Van E and the art show judge is Lyn Mellady, who...