Legacy will be heard loud and clear

A WAR veteran’s family has bridged a gap between generations with the gift of a World War II era musical instrument to Patterson River Secondary College. A trumpet played by Neil Richard Webb, who pa...

Long-term education VIEW

CHELSEA’S Mary Daly said the recent VIEW Club lunch at Settlers Run Golf and Country Club celebrated the work the club was doing, and helped raise funds for its Learning for Life Program. A highlight...

The axe man cometh

AN axe-wielding bandit held up the IGA supermarket in Follett Rd, Cheltenham, 4.20pm, Friday, and escaped with a quantity of cash. The man, dressed in dark clothing and wearing a black balaclava, was...

Celebrate our shared humanity

ABOUT 30 local artists have been selected to take part in the annual Kingston Interfaith Network Art Exhibition to help celebrate the many faiths and cultures in the community. This year’s exhibition...

Trail works fail to measure up

PROMISES to preserve as much vegetation as possible while building the Kingston portion of the Bay Trail have failed to measure up, according to a Mentone resident. Stephen Calvert-Smith reckons cont...

Game over for space invaders

PARKING woes could soon be eased in areas where residential development is prevalent. An influx of new residents in homes in Mordialloc, Moorabbin and Cheltenham has seen streets clogged with parked ...

VCAT says neigh to horse play

A CONTENTIOUS planning application to subdivide Green Wedge land in Clarinda has been overturned by VCAT. A narrow majority of Kingston councillors voted last year to approve the subdivision of vacan...