Library fines abolished

FINES at Frankston’s libraries have been abolished. Past fines have also been waived in a bid to get people borrowing more. Frankston Libraries manager Tammy Goodwin said “at the start of this year w...

Maternal health centres reopen

FRANKSTON’S maternal and child health centres have reopened with COVID-19 prevention measures in place. Nurses are now transitioning back to in-person consultations, after the pandemic forced them to...

Zero local COVID

THERE are no recorded active COVID-19 cases in Frankston for the first time in months. The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed on 8 November that there were zero active cases in the Fra...

More reopenings after long

LIBRARIES have finally reopened for keen book lovers to visit. People can now visit Frankston and Carrum Downs libraries for 30 minute sessions. The libraries’ full offering can be browsed, and print...

Zooming good friends

DISTANCE can be a barrier to friendship but, with new technology, staying in touch has never been easier. Although Jo Cooper and Vi Fleming, both aged 103, live in aged care centres at Mornington and...