Dreamcoat’s dream run continues

ONE of the most enduring shows of all time, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, will take to the stage at the Shirley Burke Theatre in Parkdale this month. Aspect Theatre’s production of t...

Road rage, big damage bill

A FRANKSTON man pulling out of Thrift Park shopping centre, 11.30pm, Thursday 15 July, inadvertently cut in front of another car – and then had his car extensively damaged in a vicious road-rage inci...

Forklift used to steal safe

BURGLARS used a forklift to smash their way into an office at a Mordialloc metals recycling business, lift a heavy safe containing a large quantity of cash and precious metals, and dump it over the f...

‘Let there be light’ on decisions

A LIGHT could shine on Kingston Council decisions made behind closed doors if a proposal to record confidential meetings between councillors is approved at this month’s council meeting. Councillors a...

No loos change for public toilets

PEOPLE will not have to spend a penny to use public toilets in Kingston after council adopted a 10-year Public Toilet Strategy aimed at using an annual allocation of $450,000 in ratepayers’ money to ...

Restaurant robbed

A PATTERSON Lakes restaurant chef found the safe open and a large quantity of cash missing when he opened for a private function, 10am, Saturday 16 July. Kingston detectives later found a jemmy mark ...

Early morning carjacking at business

A BRAESIDE businessman had his current model Holden SS sedan carjacked when he arrived at work, Monday 18 July. The man, 50, of Ferny Creek, was opening the gates to the Woodlands Dr premises at 7.50...