Anyone for tennis?

Long Island Tennis Club will host a Wimbledon Garden Party where you can share a tea party with your family and friends. Go dressed in your old fashioned tennis outfits featuring purple and green. So...

Same time, same place

TWO nearby houses in Patterson Lakes were burgled on the same night at the same time but nothing appears to have been stolen. The gated community houses in Pier One Drive had rear sliding doors force...

Bandits hit TAB

PARKDALE TAB was held up by two men, one claiming to have a gun, 9.30pm, Thursday 23 June, and almost $16,000 was stolen. Their victim was bound with cable ties during the raid and threatened that th...

Road rage victim rammed

IN a savage road rage incident in Chelsea Heights a man was initially told the car in which he was a passenger had a flat tyre. When he got out to check, the offending driver reversed into him, trapp...

Sky rail an election battleground

STATE political issues in Isaacs have dominated the lead up to this weekend’s federal election with Labor MP Mark Dreyfus hoping to see off a second challenge from Liberal hopeful Garry Spencer. Cash...

Possum rescue delights

THE heart-warming rescue of a dangling brush-tail possum in Chelsea Heights on Sunday morning has gladdened hearts around the world. The possum’s plight – and the good natured banding together of Ama...

A ‘roo made me do it

A MAN says he “swerved to miss a kangaroo” on Nepean Hwy, Seaford, 4am, Saturday 25 June – and he had not been drinking! His Kia Sorrento’s brakes locked in the 70kph zone, causing the man to crash i...

Noises alert neighbour

A FRANKSTON North resident hearing noises outside about midnight saw three or four youths standing at the backdoor of a neighbour’s house in Lacenet Av, Sunday 19 June. The man called police who foun...

Dunkley is still up for grabs

WHOEVER loses, Dunkley wins. That’s the state of play for the electorate as the federal election campaign heads into its final week before polling day on 2 July. The party that wins government on 2 J...

It’s no fluke, the whales are back

WHALE sightings are being reported in Western Port and Port Phillip bays in what researchers say has become an annual event coinciding with the Queen’s Birthday long weekend. The Dolphin Research Ins...