Coranderrk

Coranderrk is about what might have been. This special production pays tribute to the resilience and adaptability of a people who rose to the challenge despite the odds, appropriating the power of th...

The heat is on

A MAN is being sought by police for stealing from an electrical appliance store at the Power Centre, Frankston. Detective Senior Constable Darren Paxton, of Frankston CIU, said the man took a Dyson h...

Budget support for mental illness

A STATE government allocation to provide more accommodation in Frankston for those with severe mental illness has been welcomed by the Council to Homeless Persons. The funding was announced in Novemb...

Exhibitions aim to enthral

A VARIED range of exhibitions are planned over the next few months at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Mornington. Max & Olive: The photographic life of Olive Cotton and Max Dupain, a t...

Firefighters’ effort scales heights

TWO Frankston firefighters took fund raising to new heights last Friday (28 April) by abseiling down a 27-floor building in central Melbourne. Paula Tracey and Cara Mackey were among eight fireys who...

Crews tackle house fire

FIREMEN were forced to cut into the roof of a house on fire in Lewis St, Frankston, last week in their efforts to fight a fire inside. Crews from Frankston and Patterson Lakes brigades used two pumpe...

Cannabis crop seized after fire

MORE than 900 marijuana plants were seized in a raid on a Seaford factory, Thursday 4 May. The crop came to light when firemen arrived to extinguish a small blaze – ironically started when an illegal...

Toy story brings joy

A LIBRARY born in its founder’s living room will celebrate 40 years of bringing joy to children this month at an open day on Saturday 20 May. The Frankston Toy Library, now based at Ebdale Community ...