Eskimo Joe to hit The Heights

WHILE successfully straddling the line between commercial success and managing to keep their Alternative Music roots secure, over their career, Eskimo Joe have racked up a long list of impressive sta...

Fair promises fun for family

KEELEY Park will play host to Kingston’s inaugural Spring Fair this weekend. The park will host a ferris wheel, live music, and sporting workshops for visitors.  The mayor Georgina Oxley said “a...

New challenge for TV’s ninja warriors

THREE of the contestants from this year’s Australian Ninja Warriors contest have now swung their training towards scaling Arthurs Seat. Charlie Robbins, who won the grand final of the latest Channel ...

Senior’s festival underway

FRANKSTON’s seniors festival is in full swing again this year. The month long festival is set to run until the end of October. Over the course of the month, over 100 activities and events will be on ...

Early morning stories

A SATURDAY morning storytime session is set to be launched at Frankston libraries in a bid to get more young kids reading. Tammy Goodwin, Frankston City libraries manager, said “the introduction of S...

Kingston’s seniors festival underway

THE seniors festival has kicked off for 2019, with over 100 free and low cost activities on offer around the municipality. Live performances, exercise classes, workshops, markets, and tours are just ...

All set for pet event

FRANKSTON’s annual Pets’ Day Out event will take place this weekend. Ballam Park will host the day on Sunday, 13 October. The event will feature camel and pony rides, animal face painting, a pet phot...

Show raising funds

A SHOW telling the story of Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson will be performed at Cube 37 this month, raising money for the Frankston Hospital. The performance, titled Dead Men Talking, depicts the fr...