Bayside racers go global

By SEAN O’KELLY AT the rear of Cafe Moto, in Carrum, a rookie motor cycle racing team is preparing for its first assault on the “Holy Grail” of street motorcycle racing: the Manx Grand Prix. Th...

Night colours on display

ARTIST Bernadette Jordan gives an insight into an exotic night garden in her first exhibition called Out of the Shadows. Her colourful collection of roses, tulips, lilies, orchids and freesias come t...

Safe driving courses offer

KINGSTON Council is offering a range of courses to help older drivers continue to drive safely for as long as possible. The free courses are open to all Kingston residents and aim to help older drive...

Edgy talks a work in progress

A COMMUNITY group formed to save the Mentone Hotel from a redevelopment remains hopeful a new pub can be opened on the ground floor of the iconic building. Save The Edgy representatives met with the ...

Schools review needs special focus

A STATEWIDE review of the needs of school students with disabilities could benefit Aspendale’s Yarrabah School. Education Minister James Merlino launched the Program for Students with Disabilities re...

’80s culture club on show

A SHOW based on the 1998 Adam Sandler movie The Wedding Singer will entertain audiences at the Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale, over the next week. Set in 1985, it portrays rock-star wannabe Robby Ha...