• Start ‘em up: A NEW business start-up to help start-ups officially opened its doors in Frankston’s Wells St last week.
Frankston Foundry co-founders James Bertschik, left, and Cam Rambert are putting the call out to entrepreneurs and the self-employed to rent office space and tap in to fellow start-up owners’ experiences in establishing a viable business.
Picture: Gary Sissons

    New start for business start-ups

    ‘WORK. MEET. BEACH. REPEAT.’ is the slogan that greets visitors to the offices of a new startup in Frankston aiming to help new start-ups launched jus...

  • Almost family: Jet, left, Carol Ray, Jai and Renee Gipp. Picture: Gary Sissons

    Mumma bears help young mums

    A SUPPORT group for young mothers living in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula has grown so fast it will have to become incorporated nationally...

  • Seeing red: No Sky Rail: Frankston Line marchers gathered on Sunday to protest against elevated rail along the Frankston line. Picture: Gary Sissons

    Rail protests on march

    MORE than 300 protesters against any form of elevated rail along any part of the Frankston line marched to show their dismay at level crossing removal...

  • Peaceful meeting: The Premier Daniel Andrews is greeted by Imam Wadood Janud, right, on his arrival at a peace symposium at the Bait-ul-Salam mosque in Langwarrin. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia national president Imam Inam-ul-Haq Kauser is in the centre. Top left, children of mosque members singing the national anthem. Pictures: Gary Sissons

    Premier joins mosque’s peace movement

    THE Premier Daniel Andrews was among four politicians and more than 400 guests at the annual peace symposium at the Ahmadiyya Muslim community Austral...

  • More pokies on way: The state gambling regulator gave nod to the Langwarrin Hotel’s application for 10 more poker machines at the pub. Picture: Gary Sissons

    Child’s play for more pokies at pub

    THE LANGWARRIN Hotel has cleared the final hurdle to install 10 more poker machines at its Cranbourne-Frankston Rd premises. The Victorian Civil and A...

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