Magpies swoop for first win of season

CRIB POINT FC – by Jared Newton CRIB POINT opened their winning account for the season with victory over Tyabb on Saturday in a solid 91 point win. The game won’t exactly go down as one of the ...

Blues go ‘three from three’

HASTINGS FNC, by Phil Stone, club president SENIORS REPORT WE got another win and it has been great to see us start the season off the way we have. Our first quarter was almost flawless we didn’t mis...

Restoration underway at park

A VARIETY of groups have been working to restore fire-damaged Warringine Park, Hastings. Some areas of the park are being kept closed for safety reasons and to allow regrowth of bushland lost in the ...

Hidden Harbour

Waterside at Martha Cove has done all the hard work in finding some of the best builders and matching their floorplans to the lots available at Waterside, just 50m from the water!   Find out mor...

Plea for help over burglaries

WITNESSES are being sought by police after holiday houses were burgled around the Seaview Av, Safety Beach area last month. Offenders gained entry to the houses 6-23 April by either forcing windows o...

Once more unto the budget

Monday 27 April. Venue: Main Ridge Community Hall. A good crowd. The usual healthy pre-meeting buffet was provided. Council Watch fell to the temptation of raspberry cakes served with, or as an alter...

Woman passing fake money

POLICE are asking Mornington Peninsula traders and shoppers to watch out for counterfeit $50 and $100 notes. They say a woman tried to pass a fake $50 note at the Australia Post shop in Rosebud Plaza...

The beat goes on

THE beat of African drums may soon be a regular sound at Tootgarook. Amadou Kalissa, who followed in his musician father’s footsteps when growing up in Guinea, West Africa, gave a demonstration of hi...

La Traviata’s screen premier

MOVIE buffs can enjoy a premiere screening of the English National Opera’s La Traviata on 16-17 May at Mornington Cinemas. The film was first shown in London in March. After Mornington it will be sho...

Art ‘third leg’ for peninsula tourism

A GROUP of peninsula artists is promoting art as the ‘third leg’ of peninsula tourism to join the region’s well-established food and wine industries. They have set up Red Artists Ga...