Schools go bananas

CHELSEA husband and wife Luke and Carly Daley are on a mission to improve the knowledge of children and parents about the importance of a balanced diet and good oral health. The couple, who run Daley...

Councillors flag return of committees

A COMMUNITY push to have more access to Kingston councillors to provide feedback may see ward-based committees of residents formed to formally speak to council’s elected representatives. Councillors ...

Home heights go up

HOMES will be able to be built slightly higher but not wider, depending on the size of a block, according to changes made by the state government to Plan Melbourne 2017-2050 development guidelines. L...

Charges after postie bike used in getaway

A FRANKSTON man who allegedly pushed a postie off his bike and used it as his getaway vehicle on Friday afternoon handed himself into police on Monday. The incident occurred after police used road sp...

Baxter can taste flag glory

PROVINCIAL BAXTER are just two wickets away from MPCA Provincial premiership glory against Mt Eliza. The Mounties were still 100 runs short of the Baxter total of 272 at stumps on Sunday. They will h...

Parkers in strong position in District

DISTRICT DELACOMBE Park are in a winning strong position in the MPCA District premiership against Red Hill. The Hillmen, the best team in the competition all season, still need more than 230 runs wit...

Blues put YCW to the sword in grand final

SUB-DISTRICT HASTINGS has won the last ever MPCA Sub District Grand Final, humiliating Frankston YCW by more than 100 runs. And for the township of Hastings, it was more about adding a cricket pennan...

Walk the Road Together with Tommy Fleming

The voice of Ireland is back.  With over 6 million Youtube hits and 3 million+ album sales worldwide, a starring role in the critically acclaimed Irish musical Paddy, and the imminent release of his ...

Footpath delay ‘dangerous’

A FORMER mayor of Frankston has become frustrated with a lack of council urgency to build a footpath in Frankston South at a “dangerous blind corner” for pedestrians. Ex-councillor Darrel Taylor says...