Museum snapshot of school history

STUDENTS at Frankston High can take a step back in time as they inspect exhibits at the school museum which opened Friday. The 91 year old school in Foot St, but previously in Quality St, celebrated ...

Parties clash over stadium funding

A MAJOR redevelopment of the Frankston Basketball Association stadium in Seaford is being used as a political football with claims and counter claims between the major political parties about funding...

Fight against ‘fake fines’

THE state government is moving to stop “misleading and unfair practices” by private car park operators. Consumer Affairs Minister Jane Garrett said some operators in pay and display car parks were is...

First female coach kicking goals

WHEN her son Archie’s under 9s football team lost its coach Nic Hough had a big decision to make. The personal fitness coach pitched in to exercise her training expertise and become the first woman t...

Boy terrified after park confrontation

A 12-YEAR-OLD boy was terrified when a man confronted him in Bruce Park, Frankston, on Tuesday (9 June) and demanded his Giant bike and wallet, which was empty. The boy was riding home from Frankston...

Man dies in earthmover accident

A CARRUM Downs man died after being crushed by earth-moving equipment he was operating in Moorhen Cr on Thursday. The 36 year old, a licensed operator, was landscaping the front yard of his home when...

‘No more deaths’: petition plea

THE tragic death of Mt Eliza woman Olivia Steadman-Meconi at the Robinsons Rd-Western Port Hwy intersection last month has prompted demands for a roundabout. A petition to be presented to Roads Minis...

Height fight fails to stop city plan

THE shape and height of things to come in the centre of Frankston was hotly debated at last month’s council meeting. Councillors voted to adopt the Frankston Metropolitan Activity Centre Structure Pl...

‘Elevated’ line debate

THE Labor state government’s pre-election pledge to remove eleven Frankston line level crossings will transform many suburbs along the rail line. Many commuters and road users understand the separati...

Hillmen sink to a new low

NEPEAN LEAGUE RED Hill has dropped to fourth place on the ladder after losing its third game in succession in embarrassing fashion on Saturday. For the second match in a row, Red Hill failed to score...