Roll up, roll up for Silvers Circus

Established in 1976, Silvers Circus provides world-class family entertainment and fun. Silvers Circus is a household name in Australia and after almost forty years on the road has evolved into one of...

Readers reach for healthy suspense

THE top 10 fiction and non-fiction books borrowed from Kingston libraries last year reveal local readers have a passion for suspense thrillers and healthy cooking. Kingston Council revealed library m...

Station robbery

A YOUNG man walking east in the Moorabbin train station concourse was assaulted by a teenager who stole electrical cables from his backpack, 12.20am, Monday 5 February. The offender, aged about 16 an...

New streetlights

KINGSTON Council is cutting greenhouse gas and reducing the burden of rising electricity bills by installing over 7,500 street lights with energy-efficient LED globes. Kingston mayor Cr Steve Staikos...

Cameras call to view public

MEMBERS of the public who attend Kingston Council meetings to watch councillors debate and vote on council matters may be filmed in future in the wake of a turbulent planning meeting last month. Chee...

Car parks at train station back on track

IT has taken more than two years but more car parking spaces may soon be available at Parkdale train station. Councillors at the Kingston Council public meeting last Monday (29 January) unanimously v...

Big haul

A FOUR-wheel-drive, power boat, trailer and power tools valued at up to $170,000 were stolen from a Mordialloc business, overnight Saturday 3 February. Burglars cut a padlock at the Boundary Rd premi...

Recycling OK to go

A POSSIBLE waste recycling crisis is unlikely to impact on Kingston ratepayers according to council. Kingston area residents can continue putting out recycling bins for council collection as normal a...