Woman trapped after collision

A CLYDE woman was taken to Frankston hospital with leg injuries, Thursday (15 October), after her Suzuki sedan was hit from behind by a truck towing a prime mover in Thompson Rd, near McCormick’s Rd,...

Coping with the challenges of caring

EVERY carer has a story. Those caring for a loved one with a mental illness – and coping with the changes to their own lives – can be unsure how, or where, to get help. Peninsula Health’s carer consu...

Motorcycle park open for summer

KEEN motocross riders will be able to take to the track again at the Frankston Motorcycle Park after the Frankston City Motor Park Incorporated club signed a new lease agreement last Wednesday (14 Oc...

More than a snack, it’s a sign of support

RECEIVING a free, hot lunch-time meal was a treat for needy residents on Thursday – thanks to Community Support Frankston’s Anti-Poverty Week activities. The emergency relief provider put on fruit an...

Boxing on over signal box

FRANKSTON Labor MP Paul Edbrooke has dismissed councillors’ concerns that the signalling box at Frankston train station could be demolished as part of the $63 million Frankston Station Redevelopment ...

Builders chip in for kids

A NUMBER of builders in the Frankston area have put their talent and time into raising funds for Menzies (“Caring for Kids”) the best way they know how. Buy Property Direct in conjunction with Mainli...

Pictures perfect

FRANKSTON Photographic Club is celebrating its 60th anniversary with an exhibition of members’ work at Frankston Arts Centre’s Cube 37. The exhibition, called ‘Looking Through Our Lens’, showcases ma...

‘Worst suburb’ tag overplayed

FRANKSTON has been named and shamed as “the worst suburb” in Victoria to rent in due to just six reviews on a name-and-shame website about rental properties. Tabloid TV show A Current Affair aired a ...