Thumbs up from Langy, Seaford

SOCCER LANGWARRIN and Seaford United will participate in the 2020 league season. The last two local clubs to decide their response to the disrupted season have informed Football Victoria of their dec...

Hastings residents shot by rabbiter

WHILE driving along the Tyabb road with their father in a buggy on November 15, 1919, Frederick Lewis Davis and Benjamin Shersby Davis, orchardists, of Hastings, heard the report of a shot gun from t...

Cemetery changes in discussion

A SURVEY has been conducted to help decide if a caretaker should be reappointed to look after the Frankston Memorial Park. The caretaker role at the cemetery was abolished in mid-2019. Frankston Coun...

Fast food trip goes sideways

A MAN was restrained by police after he flipped his car in a Somerville fast food drive through and allegedly attacked emergency services workers trying to help him last week. At around 12.40am, 13 J...

Students write play

IT is believed that when the Globe Theatre closed because of the spread of the bubonic plague in the 1600s, playwright William Shakespeare used the time to create the now famous play King Lear. Fast ...

Keeping clean during COVID-19

TEAMS of cleaners have been hard at work keeping Frankston safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. A team of 25 cleaners have walked over 6000 kilometres during the pandemic sanitising Frankston’s hand ra...

Black lives matter here too

By Barry Morris THE leader of the Willum Warrain Aboriginal Gathering Place in Hastings has spoken out against Aboriginal deaths in custody following the death of African American man George Floyd in...

Sculptures slashed to cut costs

FRANKSTON Council has taken the axe to their sculpture program in a cost saving measure. Council has cut nine public art projects that were set to be leased or created in the next year. The artworks ...