Club losses top $260,000

SOCCER THE combined loss of sponsorship for 12 local clubs fielding senior teams under the Football Victoria banner will top $260,000 this year. Langwarrin, Mornington, Peninsula Strikers, Skye Unite...

Jamaican Hurry puts up picket fence

HORSE RACING THE Amy and Ash Yargi racing stable have continued their successful run of late by scoring another dominant victory at Flemington on Saturday 16 May. Coming off a freshen up, their in-fo...

Marathon race starts from Frankston

THE Marathon Race over the classic distance of 26 miles 385 yards, conducted by the Malvern Harriers, was held on Saturday last, the course being 8 laps on the Frankston Park Oval, thence direct by P...

Train stabling facility finished

THE train storage facility at Kananook Station has been completed. The stabling has been in the works for years, and was finally opened this month. A statement from the Level Crossing Removal Project...

Family violence operation ongoing

NEARLY 800 family violence offences have been uncovered statewide since the beginning of police operation “Ribbon” last month. The operation commenced on 13 April. Since it started, nearly 2500 check...

Duo wanted after car targeted

POLICE are looking for a man and woman they believe were involved in an attempted theft from a car in Frankston last month. Around 7.45pm, 21 April, the window of a Silver Hyundai i20 parked on Beach...

Substation plans at ‘impasse’

PLANS to refurbish the substation in Seaford have hit a snag. Designs for a refurbished exterior for the vacant substation building have been completed. They feature greening the top part of the wall...

NDIS helps cope with Huntington’s

A FRANKSTON woman with Huntington’s disease and her husband have paid tribute to Peninsula Health staff for helping them receive new equipment through the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Fiona ...

Cafes need community support

By Lily Kristanto FORCED to close their doors to dine-in customers during the COVID-19 pandemic, cafes have had to adapt in order to remain afloat. Mikaela Keysers, owner of Karingal cafe Two Boys, O...

Expanded virus relief package approved

A SUPPORT package worth over $6 million has been set aside by Frankston Council to deal with the local financial fallout from COVID-19. The measures taken to provide relief to businesses during the p...