Rotary’s ‘bonanza’ of books

TABLES will be groaning under the weight of “much-loved second hand books” at Mt Eliza Rotary Club’s “book bonanza”. The books will be on 35 tables at the 1st Ranelagh Scout Hall, Butler Reserve (off...

New ideas on the future of waste

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire Citizen of the Year Josie Jones opened last week’s waste forum with presentations from community groups, waste industry representatives and shire officers sharing ideas on ...

Toorak riders regain state title

RIDERS from Toorak College, Mt Eliza has regained the Equestrian Victoria Champion School title. The school won state titles in 2017 but came in as reserve champions in 2018. This year’s win came aft...

Students’ insight into world of dance

PENINSULA Ballet Ensemble students got an insight into the life of a professional dance company during a Sydney Dance Company in-studio workshop at Somerville. The workshop delivered by the company’s...

Recycling back

RECYCLED items are once again being collected from Mornington Peninsula households after the shock shutdown of processing services. But the shire says a continued service from contractor SKM will “re...

L’amante Anglaise

A BRUTAL murder is committed in a small town in France. The dismembered corpse is dropped from a railway viaduct onto passing trains below. All except the head. Based upon an actual event, L’amante A...

‘Connections’ in artist’s work

ALYCE Welbourne opened her exhibition at Oak Hill Gallery in Mornington last week with her first series of paintings entitled Static. Her works feature several nude life drawings she completed at the...

Footballers’ place to call home

SOUTH Mornington footballers have a new home with the official opening of the pavilion at Mt Martha’s Citation Recreation Reserve. The single level pavilion was opened on Sunday 28 April by the mayor...