Plans to make Pines great again

SOCCER FRANKSTON Pines has signed off on a $3.9 million revamp of Monterey Reserve with work to start next February. The State 3 outfit is also eyeing a deal with Melbourne Victory as part of an ambi...

Apprentice lands two trebles in a week

HORSE RACING MORNINGTON-based apprentice jockey, Campbell Rawiller, has made a flying start to May by riding two trebles within a week of each other. The 19-year-old hoop landed his first treble at B...

Pea rifle nuisance – valuable dog shot

BERT McSweeney appeared to answer a charge of unlawfully discharging a missile at Frankston on 27th March, last. He pleaded guilty. Constable Keogh, deposed that on the date in question he was on tem...

Council call centre open

FRANKSTON Council has opened a call centre service to assist people who need to access services during the coronavirus pandemic. Frankston mayor Sandra Mayer said “the call centre is designed to faci...

Agent wants help for landlords, tenants

PROPERTY manager Nichols Crowder is lobbying Frankston and Mornington Peninsula councils to help landlords and tenants by deferring property rates and dropping marketing levies. Director Michael Crow...

Feedback wanted on pet rules

FEEDBACK has opened for the development of Frankston Council’s next Domestic Animal Management Plan. The surveys prepared by council for residents include questions about cat curfews, fenced free roa...

Shoes on us: Bata

BATA Shoes in Mornington is offering a free pair of $50 work shoes to aged care and health care workers during May. The company’s graphic design and marketing manager Brad Rayson said the offer was i...

Donors helping in tough times

FOOD and internet connectivity have emerged as the main areas of need as Mornington Peninsula residents battle their way through COVID-19. The struggle for some has been made easier by donations from...

Legal assistance is still available

THE Peninsula Community Legal Centre will continue to offer legal assistance to people during the coronavirus crisis. The PCLC is a not-for-profit based in Frankston which offers free legal services ...