Patronage win for restaurant

THE Beach 162 restaurant in Frankston is celebrating a win this week, after Frankston councillors voted to increase its patron cap at a public meeting on 13 August. The restaurant will now be able to...

Rotarian leaves legacy

THE Chelsea Rotary Club has joined with the Rotary Club of Mt Druitt and a family from the Boronia Rotary Club to make a $36,000 donation towards Australian Rotary Health. The donation was funded in ...

Bridge crossing

THE Patterson River road bridge will be opened to traffic in time for snapper season. The bridge is due to open by the end of September as part of works to remove three level crossings in the area al...

Rider crashes

POLICE are appealing for witnesses to a black ZX6 Kawasaki motorbike that sped through traffic at about 1pm on Thursday 9 August along Frankston-Dandenong Road, near Monterey Boulevard, Frankston Nor...

Paint job for new base

A CHARITY that helps women “dress for success” for job interviews has received a colourful welcome to its new premises after making a move from Bayside Shopping Centre’s Balmoral Walk. Dress For Succ...

‘Pomp’ on song list for now

A DECISION on whether or not to perform a patriotic English song at the Mornington Peninsula Chorale’s Proms Concert in Frankston next week has ruffled a few feathers. The issue was sparked when choi...

Fun run a warm-up for Dakota

AFTER being born five weeks premature, Dakota Lampard is now thriving after spending time in a“baby warmer” at Frankston Hospital’s special care nursery. Nurse unit manager Alison Conroy-Joyce said t...

Athletes on track for worthy cause

MT ELIZA athletes Tilly Watts and Liam Hemingway are training for a cause close to their hearts. The pair – who live, went to school and work in Mt Eliza – plan to run in the Melbourne half and full ...

Second time ‘lucky’ for rates notices

A PRINTING bungle will see Frankston ratepayers receive a replacement 2018-19 rate notice in coming days. Frankston Council blamed a contractor for rates notices being issued with an incorrect addres...

Shop to support food care

A FOOD charity that feeds the needy is encouraging people to visits its op shop to support its ongoing operations. Theodora House Cheerful Givers, founded by Gina Poulos, said the shop is “a little o...