Climate change puts coast at risk

EROSION is expected to put coastal areas in Frankston and Mordialloc at risk by 2040, according to a Victorian Environmental Assessment Council report. The report, released last month, states that th...

Detectives investigate Frankston thefts

Detectives from Frankston Crime Investigation Unit are appealing for public assistance to help to identify two women following thefts in Frankston earlier this month. Investigators have been told a h...

CEO pulls pin early

FRANKSTON Council CEO Dennis Hovenden has called time on his tenure despite having four months left on his contract. Mr Hovenden’s four year contract was set to expire in October. On 19 June he annou...

Buskers subject to new conditions

BUSKERS in Frankston will be subject to new restrictions after council revised their busking code of conduct. The revised code of conduct features numerous changes. Under the new code of conduct appl...

Brewery visitors urged to avoid driving

POLICE are warning microbrewery patrons to watch their alcohol intake after they caught a number of brewery visitors driving close to the legal limit over the long weekend. Operation Regal took place...

Former Bay Hotel workers push for pay

A PUSH for former employees of the Bay Hotel in Mordialloc to be paid is gaining momentum, after workers made public claims that they are still owed wages. The hotel suddenly shut its doors last mont...

Dunkley declared for Labor

THE Australian Electoral Commission officially named Peta Murphy as the new member for Dunkley on 4 June. Ms Murphy was officially declared a member of the Australian Parliament at midday, ending the...