Artworks fighting for equal rights

A COLLECTION of banners and videos fighting for equal rights for women will be exhibited at the Kingston Arts Centre from next week. The works which will be displayed as part of the “Crafting Resista...

Mayor a wally

FRANKSTON Library will be running a competition next week to encourage people to get involved with Book Week. From 19 August, Frankston Library will be running a contest asking people to guess where ...

Rediscover The Beatles

FROM the creators of celebrated Australian works Rumour Has It and Wrecking Ball, comes the must-see live music event of the year. Lady Beatle is a modern memory play set to a kaleidoscopic soundtrac...

Readers up for the challenge

PRESCHOOL children are invited to take part in the mayor’s annual reading challenge, which is in its ninth year. The mayor Michael O’Reilly said “Australian research has found that children who are r...

Battle on for best burger

THE battle is on to determine Frankston’s ultimate burger. The inaugural Burger Off challenge will kick off this August, with local cafes and restaurants set to vie for the honour of having Frankston...

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...