Breakfast backs cancer research

OCTOBER was Breast Cancer Awareness Month with many events fundraising for research. One was the 7th Annual Pink Ribbon Breakfast at Flinders Golf Club, Tuesday 30 October, which was attended by 110 ...

Shire changes track on Hastings line

Mornington Peninsula Shire has changed tack and virtually ruled out backing Baxter as the end of the electrified train line from Frankston. Shire councillors last week signalled they want an electrif...

Hydrogen plant to get all clear

A PILOT plant at Hastings to turn hydrogen gas into liquid before being shipped to Japan is scheduled to be operating by 2020. The state government has effectively bypassed Mornington Peninsula Shire...

Pines’ bowling puts Baden Powell to the sword

PENINSULA PINES have put on a clinical bowling performance to easily claim the first innings over Baden Powell. Baden Powell’s first four wickets fell for just 18 runs, leaving them little hope of ge...

Verdun: ‘We’ll win the league’

SOCCER DANNY Verdun has thrown down the gauntlet to opposition clubs in State 2 South-East declaring that Peninsula Strikers will win the championship next season. Recently appointed as head coach of...

Weir aces Cup day feature

THOUSANDS of race goers packed into the Mornington Racecourse on Sunday 4 November for the annual Peninsula Cup. The highlight of the year for the Mornington Racecourse saw a crowd of more than 9,300...

Road cyclists compete for club championships

MORNINGTON Cycling Club will host their season’s highlight, the MCC Road Club Championships, in Main Ridge on Saturday 10 November. The sixth annual Road Club Championships concludes a tremendous yea...

McGill’s Choice can’t be caught

MORNINGTON-based trainer, Logan McGill, has a seriously quick horse on his hands. The four-year-old son of Written Tycoon, Written Choice, made it back-to-back victories for the trainer on Friday 26 ...