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Elton John stars in Morrison Hotel Gallery’s first virtual exhibition

As the coronavirus pandemic causes many musicians to turn to the internet, a gallery that showcases iconic images of them is doing the same. The Morrison Hotel Gallery’s first virtual exhibition, SIR: A Retrospective of Rock Royalty, focuses on Elton John. The exhibit features photos by Ed Caraeff, Norman Parkinson and the late Terry O’Neill, who photographed […]

Nick Kyrgios’ touching message to people struggling in coronavirus fallout

Tough times seem to bring out the best in Nick Kyrgios. Like when he led Australian tennis’ bushfire appeal earlier this year by showing his softer side. Now he wants to help anyone battling the fallout of coronavirus, even though his own earnings have taken a significant hit during the worldwide sporting lockout. Back in […]

UK PM Boris Johnson in intensive care, symptoms worsen

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to an intensive care unit after his coronavirus symptoms worsened, and his Downing Street office says he is still conscious. Britain has no formal succession plan should the prime minister become incapacitated, but Johnson, 55, asked Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to deputise for him. Johnson was admitted […]

Changes to immunisation schedule 2020

Due to social distancing protocols now in place, Council has changed the way we deliver immunisations to Frankston City residents. All sessions are now by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Some venues have also changed. See below. This change is effective from Monday 30 March 2020. Please note the existing drop-in immunisation calendar for 2020 is no longer valid. To […]


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Coronavirus in Australia: This is when COVID-19 could peak

Australia’s coronavirus pandemic could peak as soon as next week, according to new data from the University of Sydney. If 90 per cent of the country adopted social distancing measures, active cases would peak by mid-April, according to research led by Professor Mikhail Prokopenko. The spread of the virus could be controlled by July. If everyone […]

‘Producers need to lift their game!’ Married At First Sight fans are left outraged by ‘boring finale episode’… branding 2020 the ‘worst season ever’

Married At First Sight was trending on Twitter during Sunday night’s finale episode, but not for all the right reasons. In a series of tweets, fans expressed outrage over a ‘boring’ show, even going so far as to call 2020 the ‘worst season ever’. Viewers were perplexed by the lack of drama played out, and […]

Locals jump online to support The Frankston Food Move

Frankston food lovers could win a family meal each week if they pledge to order online to help keep their local cafes and restaurants afloat during the pandemic.  More than 140 people have signed a petition promising to order take away from their favourite eatery at least once a fortnight as part of The Frankston […]

COVID DAY 73: A new week. A new warning. The same routine.

Here’s everything you need to know. ‘Take it seriously’ The NSW government is urging young people to take the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, revealing more than a quarter of the state’s current coronavirus cases are in people aged under 29. Health Minister Brad Hazzard told reporters on Sunday that NSW recorded 87 new cases, bringing the […]

Doctor answers coronavirus questions and busts dangerous myths

Myths surrounding COVID-19 are spreading as fast as the virus itself. A Current Affair asked General Practitioner Dr Brad McKay to put some of those rumours to bed. CAN DRINKING LOTS OF HOT WATER PREVENT YOU FROM GETTING THE VIRUS? There’s no evidence that that would do anything at all for coronavirus. Some some people are saying […]