Seaford, Chelsea still in Cup

SOCCER SEAFORD United and Chelsea were the only local clubs to survive last weekend’s round of FFA Cup matches. Chelsea defeated Laverton 5-3 on penalties after the sides were locked at 1-1 after 120...

Miss Siska shoots for Cup victory

HORSE RACING GRAHAME Begg’s talented mare, Miss Siska, will be out to win her third race in succession on Saturday 7 March when she lines up in the Group 1 Australian Cup at Flemington. The younger s...

Frankston Gas Works responds to criticism

To the Editor Sir, Your article on the above matter in your issue of 6th inst. might have been ignored as beneath notice if it had not contained statements some of which were untrue and others very u...

Jobs on agenda

FRANKSTON Council has agreed to call for a report outlining “any opportunities to be further investigated regarding changes to processes, strategic position and policy that could aid with the creatio...

Tattoo parlour burned

AN attack on a Frankston tattoo parlour is being investigated by police. At around 12:45am, 20 February, the parlour on Shaxton Circle was “targeted” by an attack, police say. A fire at the premises ...

End in sight for pier

WORKS to repair Frankston Pier have faced delays, but will finally begin in April. The pier was badly damaged in harsh storms in August last year. A 20-metre section of the top of the pier snapped of...

Vegetation removal protested

RESIDENTS rallied at Seaford Station last week to voice their anger at the destruction of vegetation caused by level crossing removal works. Vegetation was removed between Seaford RSL and Armstrongs ...