Blues look wobbly after losses

SUB-DISTRICT THE MPCA Sub District ladder was put to rest last night after Frankston YCW staged a wonderful outright victory against Skye to lock in a place in the top four. Even more impressive was ...

Braves limping to the finals

DISTRICT BADEN Powell is in a world of pain in MPCA District cricket after losing its third match in a row on Saturday. After dominating the early part of the season, where they failed to lose a game...

Four is set in Provincial

PROVINCIAL THE top four is set in MPCA Provincial cricket after Baxter pulled off a superb outright victory against Moorooduc on Saturday. With just one round remaining in the home and away season, a...

A taste of the exotic

Each year Frankston is taken by storm as the city is immersed in the stories, music, sport, dance, food, film and arts of Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese cultures. The annual month-long Ventan...

Cyclist shines a light for safety

IT would be a rare day when George Paterson could walk along the streets of Rye or pull up at the back beach for a surf check without being recognised. A long time businessman in Frankston and on the...

An art to recycled trash for fest

THE saying ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’ will be put to the test by some amazing installations at this year’s Ventana Fiesta. Ventana, which means ‘window’, is Frankston’s month-long ce...

Pains to be assessed chest in time

PREMIER Daniel Andrews visited Frankston Hospital last Thursday morning (18 February) to officially open a new eight-bed Rapid Assessment Chest Pain Unit expected to treat up to 2000 patients per yea...

Clinic to advise on fines

PENINSULA Community Legal Centre has established a fines clinic to help people unable to pay fines. The move was necessary because of “the alarming increase in the number of people coming to our cent...

Knitting together has blanket appeal

A KNITTING project to help the homeless is growing by the day at three cafes and two schools in the Frankston area. Di MacDonald decided to begin the ‘Knit-A-Row and Go’ initiative after seeing a Fac...