Consultants arrive at council

CONSULTANTS have visited Frankston Council alongside the municipal monitor brought in last year to help councillors get along with each other and ratepayers will foot the bill. Former Carlton Footbal...

Shire off line in train talks

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire wants Hastings, not Baxter, to be the end of the line when it comes to an electrified railway. The Labor state government has started a study to assess the cost benefits of...

Electorate change objections mount

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire council has lodged objections to boundary changes to the Dunkley electorate that would see Mornington and the northern part of Baxter move into the Flinders electorate. Shi...

Push for cycling safety

POLICE have been alarmed by serious injury collisions involving cyclists around the Mornington Peninsula and Frankston. While cycling is usually regarded as a healthy pursuit, they are among groups c...

Big win for Ally’s family in budget

A SEAFORD family feels like it won the lottery in this month’s federal budget but “the win” has nothing to do with putting cash into their hip pocket. The Clarke family is rapt that daughter Ally, 10...

Volunteers thanked

SELFLESS people who pitch in for the good of the community deserve a pat on the back during National Volunteer Week from 21-27 May. The mayor Cr Colin Hampton publicly thanked volunteers across Frank...