Students’ bus here to stay

A BUS service between Rosebud and Monash University’s Peninsula campus in Frankston will continue to shuttle students to and from classes after several trial periods proved there is demand for buses ...

Party time for centenarian

MORNINGTON’S Delsie Storie, pictured, was born at Castlemaine in 1917 and has lived through two world wars, witnessed the evolution of the motorcar, radio, aeroplane, computer, internet and watched m...

Reward for ‘cold case’ hit-run tip

POLICE are offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension and conviction of the person involved in the hit-and-run death of Frankston woman Jennifer Moller outside Karingal Bo...

Mass donations help for war victims

IT IS hard to imagine a greater contrast – the beautiful seaside town of Mornington, with its thriving lifestyle – and war-torn and starving South Sudan where just staying alive is the main con...

Morning tea with magic

MORE than 40 Mornington Peninsula business women got together on Thursday 11 May for the Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event in Dromana’s Green Room, raising $3236 for the Cancer Council. Magician ...

Thieves use stolen trailer to haul loot

BURGLARS used a Tootgarook family’s trailer to steal a range of household and sporting items after first turning off the power and immobilising the house’s alarm, possibly Sunday night, 30 April. The...

Rays killed despite anti-cruelty laws

DIVERS are continuing to uncover acts of cruelty to fish caught from piers in Port Phillip and Western Port. The killing of a “resident” smooth ray on Rye pier on 2 April resulted in a 25,000-signatu...

Medals stolen Anzac Day eve

A CAPEL Sound WWII navy veteran had his 12 service medals stolen the day before Anzac Day. Ron Bergman, 89, couldn’t believe it when he discovered his seven Australian service medals and replicas of ...

Frankston ‘all at sea’ on port for Hastings

AN abrupt about turn by Frankston councillors withdrawing support for a container port at Hastings has plunged council into troubled waters. The Frankston and Mornington Peninsula Shire councils prev...

Flags up for harbour sale

YARINGA Boat Harbour owner Stefan Borzecki has put the Western Port marina on the market six months after receiving state government approval for a proposed $95 million redevelopment. Selling agent D...