Food recycling program begins next month

FOOD waste recycling will be introduced throughout the Kingston municipality next month. Kingston residents can use their green waste bin to recycle food scraps from May onwards. Meat, fish, bones, c...

Council fences the dogs in

WORK is set to get underway to fence off the off-leash dog area at Roy Dore Reserve, Carrum. Kingston councillors approved a proposal at their most recent meeting to “proceed with the works associate...

One visitor a day for hospital patients

PATIENTS at Frankston Hospital are now only allowed to see one visitor a day while the coronavirus pandemic is ongoing. Peninsula Health revised their visitor guidelines again last week. The changes ...

Clue into infant death in Seaford

Police investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a newborn baby girl now believe the baby was likely left on Seaford Beach sometime between 7am and 5pm on Monday 6 April. Investigators...

‘Mistakes made’ at Cove site

A LEGAL review ordered by Kingston Council into planning decisions at Endeavour Cove in Patterson Lakes has been completed. A council statement confirmed that a review into planning decisions made at...

Bay Trail safety report to proceed

A REPORT investigating the safety of works along the Bay Trail will proceed after a rescission motion failed at Kingston Council’s most recent meeting. In February, council voted to “prepare a report...