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Making a quick trip into Frankston? Park for free for two hours!

In central Frankston, parking will be free for the first two hours in selected car parks from tomorrow Wednesday 1 July 2020. Those parking in Playne Street, Cranbourne Road, Young Street East or at the Mechanics Hall or Frankston Arts Centre will only be required to pay for parking from the conclusion of the first […]

Council to control weeds without glyphosate

In the interest of environmental health, Frankston City Council will cease using glyphosate for local weed control as of Wednesday 1 July. Frankston City Mayor, Sandra Mayer, said the glyphosate ban demonstratedCouncil’s commitment to prioritising environmental care. “We believe by stopping the use of this herbicide, we are helping to protect our natural, coastal environment […]

A digital business event not to be missed!

Two of business’ biggest names are visiting Frankston for an exclusive Facebook live chat. Invest Frankston and Frankston City Council are proud to present Business Leaders Live – with Bernard Salt and Danni Hunter on Thursday 25 June at 8pm. Salt is one of Australia’s leading commentators, respected by businesses, the media and the broader […]

Street Art Walking Tours

Take a 1.5 hour tour around Frankston’s city centre and experience some of Melbourne’s freshest street art. With your hot drink in hand, visit more than 20 mammoth murals around the city centre. With pieces from renown street art artists such as Smug, PichiAvo, DVATE, Vesod, Peata Ead, Phat1 and Lady Diva, you will be absolutely […]

Write Idea writing competition

This competition is open to children who are Frankston City Libraries members and who live, study or have links to Frankston. Perhaps you want to write about a fantastical universe just outside your window? Or maybe you’ll tell us all about a mirage that appears behind your wardrobe door? The only limit is your imagination […]

Cemeteries webpage gets an upgrade

To improve usability and accessibility, Mornington Peninsula Cemetery Trust has undertaken a major upgrade of the cemeteries webpage located on Mornington Peninsula Shire’s website. Mornington Peninsula Cemetery Trust manages and maintains four cemeteries on the Mornington Peninsula located at Mornington, Dromana, Flinders and Tyabb. The improved website now features the ability to conduct a deceased search with […]

Getting dressed for success

Not-for-profit Groomed to Go, trading as Dress for Success and Smart Blokes, aim to help men and women get into the working sector by providing help with their work attire, interview skills and updating resumes, plus emergency wardrobe kits for domestic violence clients. After this unprecedented period we are facing is over, there will be […]

How are our Principals coping during COVID-19?

We’ve heard heaps about the issues that have faced the community regarding teaching during this current lockdown phase, but not a lot from our school principals. How are they coping? Cindy & Daz spoke to Annette Rome, Principal of St Margaret’s & Berwick Grammar on their Friday breakfast show. Listen below.

Shire welcomes latest easing of COVID-19 restrictions

Mornington Peninsula Shire has welcomed the latest easing of COVID-19 restrictions announced by the Premier on Sunday 24 May. Shire Mayor Councillor Sam Hearn said the announcement of further restrictions was a sign that we are slowly and cautiously heading in the right direction. “Our peninsula community has been wonderful over the past couple of […]