Sapphires set to sing at Arts Centre

THE story of The Sapphires is set to be told at the Kingston Arts Centre next month. The now famous Australian play, written by Tony Briggs and first performed in 2004, tells the tale of four young I...

Pierce Brothers to rock The Grand

MELBOURNE folk-pop duo Pierce Brothers have released their latest single Back End Roads, the first taste of new music that will be featured on their full-length debut album, Atlas Shoulders.  Fe...

Gourmet chef cooks up a storm

THE Food for Thought Mini Fair will plant itself at the Frankston Arts Centre this weekend, offering guests tips and tricks for clean eating and making good environmental choices. Host of SBS program...

Crime author dishes out stories

CRIME author Garry Disher will speak at Chelsea Library on 17 May about his prolific writing career. The author has won many awards throughout his career. He has been recognised at the New South Wale...

Flying Squirrel rides again

A MENTONE man and his brother have finally reached the finish line of a decade long project to get a near century old motorcycle back up and running. Michael Shacklock has been working alongside his ...

L’amante Anglaise

A BRUTAL murder is committed in a small town in France. The dismembered corpse is dropped from a railway viaduct onto passing trains below. All except the head. Based upon an actual event, L’amante A...

Crime author comes to library

AUTHOR Christian White will be speaking at Frankston Library on 22 May, telling all about the experience of writing his novel The Nowhere Child. White said that the book had been over a decade in the...