Family gathers for Beryl’s 105th

SHOREHAM House, Balnarring, was overflowing with family and friends of Beryl Sheedy who celebrated her 105th birthday, Sunday 14 January. Congratulatory messages were received from Queen Elizabeth, G...

Views sought on speed limits

THE views of residents and road users are being sought on speed limit reductions proposed in Bittern, Mornington, Mt Martha, Rosebud and Tootgarook. Roads under review are South Beach Rd, Bittern (Tr...

History made as girls rule Rye Gift

By Barry Irving History was made at the Rye Gift run on Saturday. In a male dominated event Maddie Coates became the first ever female athlete to win the prestigious race. Maddie won the 120 metre op...

Fire warning issued across nation

Compiled by Brodie Cowburn AN OFFICIAL WARNING. With the dry weather and high winds serious losses through fire have occurred in several country districts of Victoria. A warning notice against carele...

Mornington Art Show

Art that stands out on a wall DUTCH born John Vanderwerf, above, arrived in Australia with his family in 1953 and has lived in Mt Evelyn for most of his life. He has worked as a visual merchandiser s...

With a song in their heart

MORE than 140 students took part in the Peninsula Youth Music Society’s 38th Summer Music School at Mt Erin College in Frankston South last week. They enjoyed making music with their new friends, wit...

Camp garden a growing concern

THIS long-stay camper went all out to feel at home on the Rye foreshore by establishing his own garden. The camper is among a small number who, perhaps unthinkingly, dig up the foreshore, introduce w...

Sunset Cinema returns to Mornington Racecourse

THE Mornington Racecourse Sunset Cinema experience returns to the Peninsula this summer in January. Popping up on Thursday 25th January, Sunset Cinema at Mornington Racecourse is a one night only out...