Council approves rate relief

KINGSTON Council has ticked off a care package for people affected by the fallout from COVID-19. One of the key measures in the support package is a deferral of rate payments until 30 June 2021 by ap...

500 police to enforce virus rules

A POLICE operation is underway to enforce measures brought in to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Police operation Sentinel has been set up to conduct spot checks on returning travellers and enforce...

Riddle Me That takes out Bendigo Guineas

HORSE RACING THE Matt Laurie-trained Riddle Me That has topped off an impressive campaign with a narrow but decisive victory in the Listed Bendigo Guineas on Saturday 28 March. The three-year-old son...

Clubs still face FV fees, charges

SOCCER A FOOTBALL Victoria statement issued last week has been met with disbelief and derision by local clubs. At a time when all competition and training is suspended at least until 14 April the sta...

Frankston traders to close for lunch hour?

AT the Frankston Progress Association meeting on Tuesday last, Mr. A. E. Lasslett, J.P., said: – In many towns throughout Victoria and New South Wales, the tradespeople have adopted the system of clo...

The joys of multiple births

TEN multiple-birth families from Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula met at Angus and Rose at The Briars, Mount Martha, Sunday 15 March.   The families are members of the Frankston and Mornin...

Driver blows over

A WOMAN returned a breath test reading of nearly four times the legal limit in Somerville last week. Police pulled over the 26-year-old Carrum Downs resident on Eramosa Road East at around 8.30pm, 24...