School holidays just around corner

KINGSTON has the school holidays sorted with a host of activities on offer, including arts workshops, swimming, fun at the library, and an action-packed vacation care program. The fun is being offere...

Shop gives youth a chance

WHEN Kristen and Gerard Lowe saw empty premises in Mordialloc Main St the Parkdale couple took the opportunity to open up a pop-up shop to have some fun but also give something back to the community....

Passing by

A PARKDALE woman returning home saw a man and a woman carrying bags out her driveway. Thinking they were going door-to-door the woman parked her car and then realised her front door was open. The off...

Alves honoured, causes funded

CHELSEA and Aspendale Rotary Club members got together at Patterson River Golf Club last Tuesday (1 March) to present funds and awards to deserving causes. Chelsea Rotary president Ian Button present...

Home zones still unknown

KINGSTON is no closer to having council’s requested residential zones approved by the state government almost three years after a statewide consultation with councils across Victoria began. The indep...

Pets party on

KINGSTON will celebrate its furry, four-legged friends at the annual Pet Expo event on Saturday 2 April from 10am–3pm at Corrigan Oval and the Harold Box Community Centre in Marcus Rd, Dingley. Kings...

Get ready for change in the weather

PROPERTY owners and residents of Kingston are being urged to prepare for climate change. The recently-launched Climate Ready website explains how global warming is caused by people “adding greenhouse...

Police put Skids off the road

POLICE believe three arrests on the Mornington Peninsula are integral to their success in putting the brakes on two groups of hoon drivers regularly hold street drag meetings in Melbourne’s south eas...