Booze free October on cards

GIVING up booze for a month will see drinkers raise money — but not a glass of beer, wine or spirits — for an ongoing campaign to teach children in schools about healthy food and drink choices. Ocsob...

Pavillion upgrade

A TRANSFORMATION of the Cliff Sambell pavilion is set to begin after Kingston Council appointed a local builder to construct a $2.8million upgrade to Gerry Green Reserve in Parkdale. Kingston mayor C...

Stations team in the green

LEVEL CROSSING removals have made the Frankston line the talk of several towns this year but one group has quietly got on with the voluntary job of ensuring two stations always look the best they can...

Swim classes for the masses

SUMMER is on its way so it’s time to think about teaching children to be water-safe by the beach or in the pool. Kingston’s leisure centres offer a range of Learn to Swim programs including weekly cl...

‘Driverless’ cars in line call trials

DRIVERLESS cars may face an old school hurdle to stay on the road — the clarity of roadside painted lines. Semi-autonomous vehicles have been road tested along Eastlink since late last year and the t...

Bypass feedback sought

CONCEPT designs for the Mordialloc Bypass have been released and Kingston residents are being asked by the state government for their say. A nine-kilometre link between the Mornington Peninsula Freew...