Orange day to honour SES

PEOPLE can show appreciation this month for State Emergency Services volunteers who help out during road rescues and storms. Wednesday 23 May is Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW) Day, a nationwide day for ...

Authorities sick of jet-ski ‘hoons’

MARITIME Safety Victoria will put the heat on jet ski “hoons” after little sign of improvement in behaviour as the peak season comes to an end. “A small but reckless group of jet ski operators are ig...

Tea’s up for cancer charity

A MORNING tea to combat cancer will be hosted at Chelsea Heights Community Centre on Thursday 24 May. The centre will hold its third annual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event to raise money for th...

Channelling Ol’ Blue Eyes

AUSTRALIAN musical theatre star Philip Gould and award winning singer/actress Michelle Fitzmaurice team up again to sing and dance their way through 22 hits of the man they called the Chairman of the...

Food, rhyme and wine

POETRY soiree Poet’s Corner is taking part in the Melbourne Spoken Word and Poetry Festival on Sunday 27 May as part of the inaugural Melbourne Spoken Word & Poetry Festival. It will run Friday 1...

Hillary plays the tourist

HEADS turned and diners whispered … hey, isn’t that Hillary Clinton at that table over there? The US former First Lady and presidential candidate is certainly not your everyday guest but, there she w...

Arrest referred to IBAC

AN arrest following a police pursuit that ended in Henry Crescent, Seaford on Sunday 6 May will be reviewed by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC). A video of a 22-year-old ...