Wind sculpture in art show

MORNINGTON Art Show has signed up German-born sculptor Rudi Jass for its January Art show. In his Mornington Peninsula studio, Jaas designs and crafts sculptures characterised by clean-flowing lines ...

Long way over

A MAN has blown over five times the legal limit driving in Moorooduc, 8 November. Police had set up a booze bus at the Peninsula Link off ramp at Bungower Road. They saw a van approaching the site at...

Police car rammed

POLICE are searching for four people after a police car was rammed, 5.40am 6 November. Carrum Downs police members in the night shift divisional van were driving on Karingal Drive when they spotted a...

Footy club teams up to call out violence

FRANKSTON Dolphins CEO Adrian Lloyd was joined by new Frankston mayor Sandra Mayer at Frankston Park last week to launch the In Her Shoes: Call it Out For Her campaign.  There will be 48 shoes p...

Call for 5G information

KINGSTON Council has called out telecommunication companies to consult more with the community when it comes to the rollout of 5G technology. A news release sent out by council last week read “Kingst...

Clubs get grant dollars

TWO local sporting clubs have been awarded grants through VicHealth’s This Girl Can campaign. The campaign aims to get more women involved in sports. Bonbeach YCW junior sports club was awarded just ...

Sports spending ticked off

REDEVELOPMENTS of four local sports precincts are set to get underway after council ticked off the contracts last week. Roy Dore Reserve in Carrum, Jack Grut Reserve in Mordialloc, Aspendale Gardens ...

Luncheon guests 1600 years young

SIXTEEN local centenarians shared over 1600 years worth of stories at a special luncheon last week. The 100 Years of Memories luncheon was held on 8 November, bringing together the Kingston municipal...

Mitchell eyes Russian opponent

BLAIRGOWRIE boxer Jayde Mitchell will headline the recently launched National Boxing Series in its Melbourne debut at the State Basketball Centre, Wantirna, Saturday 23 November. Promoter Lynden Hosk...

Contentious column published

A COLUMN originally banned from Frankston Council’s ratepayer funded newsletter has been published in their November/December edition. Cr Glenn Aitken had a column criticising the code of conduct ban...