Tree of Life

Phil Price’s large scale, wind-activated kinetic sculpture, The Tree of Life, located near the Peninsula Link Cranbourne Road exit is being dismantled much to the disappointment of people passi...

Redlegs fail defensive test

PENINSULA LEAGUE MT ELIZA has an enormous amount of work to do if it is going to win that elusive Peninsula League premiership in 2015 after a poor showing against Frankston YCW on Saturday. It was b...

Buds are right in the premiership race

NEPEAN LEAGUE ROSEBUD proved once and for all on Saturday that it is right in the mix for the 2015 Nepean League premiership. In the match of the round, the Buds opened up an early break and despite ...

Cuban dance

BALLET Revolución, pictured above, is at Frankston Arts Centre, 8pm, Tuesday 7 July. The international Cuban dance sensation, pictured, appears for the first time for one performance only. It feature...

Conference calls on Canberra trip

THREE Frankston Council representatives headed to Canberra this month for the National General Assembly hosted by the Australian Local Government Association. Mayor Cr Sandra Mayer, Cr Darrel Taylor ...

Rooming house rejected

A BOARDING house operating since late last year in Karingal Drive will not be allowed to take in more tenants and some residents will be forced to leave. At last week’s public council meeting council...

Assault on bus to Frankston

POLICE are investigating an unprovoked assault on a Frankston-bound bus on Sunday 24 May. A 28-year-old man and a 22-year-old man on the late-night bus which left Swanston St, Melbourne, about 5.30am...

All aboard station plan push

FRANKSTON Council is on board with state government plans to redevelop the Frankston train station precinct but is also pushing for more money to be invested in the project, and the electrification o...