Respected sportsman left legacy

Obituary Des Calverley, 21/11/1919 – 10/8/2016 DES Calverley was born in Wee Wee Rup, on the Murray Valley Highway about 10 kilometres south east of Cohuna. He lived in Leitchville, a dairying ...

Artist comes clean about life and work

ART imitating life or art imitating art? Michael Leeworthy manages to mix ‘n’ mangle the time worn adage in his latest publication “So you want to be an artist? You had better read this first ”. It w...

Nauru Files ‘historical’

FEDERAL Dunkley Liberal MP Chris Crewther has responded to the first protest held outside his Frankston office since he was elected in July. The MP noted “a small quiet group of people” from Christia...

Saints go cashing in with discounted lease

THE St Kilda Football Club’s welcome back to Moorabbin Reserve, and impending exit from Seaford, is official after Kingston Council voted to approve a 50-year lease at Linton St for the AFL club. Kin...

Mental health staff fears for safety

MENTAL health workers walked off the job for two hours on Tuesday 9 August in protest over “violent incidents and increasing demand” at Peninsula Community Mental Health Service at Frankston Hospital...

Counting on math skills

MORE than 14,000 children across Victoria, including preschoolers in Frankston, will have the opportunity to become maths masters thanks to The Smith Family’s early maths program called Let’s Count. ...

Second strike for builder

A FRANKSTON builder, Ashleigh Maliki, has been fined $3000 in total for carrying out building work when unregistered. Consumer Affairs Victoria took Mr Maliki, also known as Ashley, to court after co...

Dolphins sink under debts

DEBTS have forced the Frankston Football Club to go into voluntary administration. The Dolphins called in administrators Worrells Solvency and Forensic Accountants and the VFL club’s players were inf...