The Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival is expected to be a hive of activity next weekend. An expected crowd of more than 40,000 revellers will soak up the blues sounds or beats by local DJs at Mordialloc’s Peter Scullin Reserve. Foodies won’t feel left out either and will be able to sample fine wine, craft beers and gourmet food.
Hundreds will attend a new festival to celebrate a greener future later this month, and with an eclectic experience, this lifestyle event will be appealing to all, including the suburban hippy.
A plan to preserve roadside vegetation for the shared pathway known as the Bay Trail, which abuts Beach Road, has seen the RACV and VicRoads form opposing positions in the face of community safety fears and controversy.
Longbeach Anglican Parish’s popular food bank service, Pantry 5000 is growing in demand in response to the rising cost of living.
Founded in 1919, Edithvale Life Saving Club’s ageing clubhouse is set to be redeveloped for its 160 plus members that monitor the popular bayside beach.
The $1.4 million transformation of Chelsea’s Bicentennial Park has finally taken shape following significant delays due to wet weather.
Frustrated by snail pace broadband speeds, Aspendale Gardens Residents Association lured Uniti Wireless to the suburb to set-up ahead of the NBN’s flagged rollout in 2019.