Mornington Peninsula

Murder charge laid over Mornington Peninsula death

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A man has been charged with murder after a woman was found with serious injuries on Melbourne's Mornington Peninsula.

Mornington Peninsula council questions Lindsay Fox over bollards on Portsea beach

Frustrated locals have criticised the council for not doing enough.

Henrietta Cook, Steve Lillebuen A council has begun negotiating with trucking tycoon Lindsay Fox about controversial bollards installed on a prime stretch of Portsea beach he now owns.

Missing kayaker found dead on Mornington Peninsula

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Anna Whitelaw A missing kayaker has been found dead on the Mornington Peninsula.

Surfer dies on Mornington Peninsula

Ambulance paramedics generic detail photographed April 29, 2005 by John Donegan for The Age.

Goya Dmytryshchak A man has died while surfing off Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula on Saturday.

Woman left fighting for her life after Mornington Peninsula crash

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Beau Donelly A woman is fighting for life and two other people have been injured after a three-car crash on the Mornington Peninsula.

Man killed in Mornington Peninsula car crash

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Rania Spooner and Nino Bucci A man has been killed and two others have suffered critical injuries.

Teenager dies after Mornington Peninsula cliff fall

Vanessa Desloires A teenager has died after falling down a 40-metre cliff on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula.

Adam Joseph Guy appears in court over Safety Beach death

Mark Russell A man has appeared briefly in court charged with murdering his mother at a house on the Mornington Peninsula.

Man in custody after woman found dead at Safety Beach

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Tammy Mills A man is in custody following the suspicious death of a woman in her home on the Mornington Peninsula.

Prisoner charged with alleged murder of elderly man in Rye

Victoria police have charged a man with murder over the death of an elderly man in Rye a year ago.

Nino Bucci Homicide squad detectives have charged a man who had been in an interstate prison with the murder of a retiree on the Mornington Peninsula more than a year ago.

Skirmish over Rosebud pool tears council apart

Residents protest against the proposed Rosebud foreshore swimming pool in 2011.

Clay Lucas Deep divisions have emerged among Mornington Peninsula councillors over a new swimming pool to be built on the Rosebud foreshore.

Arrests after Greek Orthodox church ransacked

Nick Toscano Two men have been arrested after allegedly ransacking a Greek Orthodox church and taking off with more than $10,000 of jewellery.

Fishermen winched off rocks to safety

Deborah Gough Three fishermen were winched by helicopter to safety after getting caught on a reef off Flinders on the Mornington Peninsula.

Turmoil on the greens as golf clubs seek new lie on distant fairways

Hazy future: Players hit off in a winter fog on the Gardiners Run course at Lilydale.

Chris Johnston On a five kilometre stretch of Victoria Road, behind Lilydale in the Yarra Valley, are three golf courses.

$100,000 jewellery theft from Greek Orthodox Church in Red Hill

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Patrick Hatch Members of the Greek Orthodox community are in shock after more than $100,000 worth of jewellery left as gifts to the Virgin Mary was stolen from a church on the Mornington Peninsula.  

Police hunt for Martin Frost

Tammy Mills Police are still on the hunt for a man wanted for a series of deception offences throughout Victoria.

Opponents challenge Arthurs Seat chairlift plan, and aim to make it central election issue

Clay Lucas Opponents of a $14m chairlift plan at Arthurs Seat have gone to VCAT to stop the project, and want the new ‘‘skylift’’ at the centre of a council by-election next month.

Daughter still hopes for the call to unlock a 34-year-old murder mystery

Melissiah Faulkner with photos of her missing younger sister Charmian and mother Louise.

Tammy Mills She knows things. Things about the special kind of chemical a lifeless body exudes, things about phone-tappings, DNA and cadaver dogs.

Award-winning novelist and passionate teacher remembered

Tammy Mills and Rania Spooner Liam Davison was an award-winning author while his wife Frankie Davison was a passionate literature teacher and mother who was committed to social justice.

$100-million Point Nepean National Park facelift to create a luxury retreat

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Henrietta Cook Point Nepean is set for a $100 million face lift that could transform a historic section of the national park into a health retreat, marine education centre and luxury accommodation.