Art paves road to recovery

ART can heal old mental wounds. That’s the message of an exhibition called The Art of Recovery to be held at Frankston Arts Centre’s Cube 37 during Mental Health Week. The annual event, coordinated b...

Challenge takes hen’s day to new heights

JANELLE Da Silva celebrated her hen’s day last year by persuading her friends to dress up and take up the Arthurs Seat Challenge. “I dragged all the women up Arthurs Seat with me,” she said. Ms Da Si...

Guitar gone

A FENDER Stratocaster Deluxe 2015, similar to the guitar pictured above, with a moulded plastic guitar case was stolen from a car in Frankston, Tuesday 12 September. The guitar’s serial number starts...

Home is where the art is

VISITORS can marvel at a scribe’s steady hand and artistic flair at a new homegrown and home-based “museum of the heart” that has opened in Frankston. Chinese born calligrapher Mike Li, who arrived i...

Basketball ‘blue’ still in play

A LEASE deal that will allow the long-awaited redevelopment of Frankston Basketball Stadium remains unsigned despite an agreement announced in July. Former federal MP for Dunkley Bruce Billson broker...

Gymnastics still in hub ‘club’

A LAST-MINUTE appeal by a gymnastics club to Frankston Council to “keep its word” on including the sport in a proposed tennis centre and sports hub has kept gymnastics in the frame for a berth at a p...

Fatal crash at Seaford

Detectives from Major Collision Investigation Unit will investigate a fatal crash which occurred in Seaford this morning. Officers attempted to intercept a car on Overton Road about 1am. The car fail...