Loo-sing artwork a tough decision

A PROTRACTED discussion, dubbed “the dunny debate”, about demolishing a public toilet building in Mentone has failed to flush out a decision at Kingston Council. Councillors at the 25 September publi...

Number plates a target

THE theft of car number plates is causing concern to Kingston detectives, with five plates stolen from cars in the past week. Two number plates were stolen from a Holden Astra parked outside a house ...

Thefts from cars

KINGSTON detectives are investigating a spate of overnight thefts from parked cars last week. About $460 was stolen from the centre console of a Ford sedan parked in the driveway of a house in Morris...

Bypass ‘blues’ must be avoided

PROTECTING the environment around the planned Mordialloc Bypass and ensuring nearby residents are not impacted should be top priorities when building the new road, according to Kingston Council. Coun...

Club house in coastal ‘dog house’

A REDESIGN of the Edithvale Life Saving Club has hit a snag after a state government department declared the proposed new clubhouse does not meet Coastal Management Act regulations. Mordialloc Labor ...

Have say on ‘urban sprawl’

KINGSTON residents are invited to help shape the future of planning in Kingston through a series of councillor ward meetings this month. The interactive, professionally-facilitated group discussions ...

Pom-poms lead way on story trail

LIFEVIEW Argyle Court residents are trying to break the Guinness World Record for the longest pom-pom garland or line of pom-poms in Australia. The Chelsea aged care home is flurry of wool and pom-po...