Yarn art trail inspires

IMAGINATIONS young and old will be treated to a display of interesting creations on Longbeach Place’s storybook yarn art trail running throughout October. Residents are invited to wander about the co...

Casting an eye on snapper anglers

FISHERIES officers are out to make sure anglers follow snapper bag and size limits in Western Port and Port Phillip bays. Anyone caught over the limit will face $433 on-the-spot fines for each offenc...

Cemetery plot kills business plans

BUSINESS owners have called on the state government to quickly end uncertainty over a planned memorial park in Kingston’s Green Wedge so they can get on with investing in future business plans. South...

Saints have each-way punt on pokies

ST KILDA Football Club has pledged to protect young people “from the risks of gambling” by signing Victoria’s responsible gambling charter but will keep pokies at its soon to be redeveloped Moorabbin...

Time to take out the trash in Green Wedge

RUBBISH tips and concrete crushers will be banned from Kingston’s Green Wedge after a state government decision last week to rezone about 366 hectares of land in Heatherton and Clarinda. The Green We...

World turns but past not forgotten

A WORLD of collectible items that were once part of our everyday past is on display at the Old Bakery Museum, Mentone.  The ‘Where have all the houses gone?’ exhibition also includes a series of phot...

Rates cap ‘no problem’

KINGSTON residents should not fear cuts to services when the state government’s rates capping policy comes into force next financial year, according to Kingston Council. Council corporate services ma...