Cars, cash stolen

Burglars stole two cars, large amount of cash, credit cards, and two handbags containing business papers and spectacles, all valued at almost $29,000, from a Patterson Lakes house, early Thursday 29 ...

Filming leads to trouble

A WOMAN who filmed a group of youths assaulting and abusing an Asian man near the Patterson River boat ramp, Friday 30 September, was later assaulted by one of the alleged attackers. The Patterson La...

A pitch perfect season

CHELSEA Soccer Club has its own team of ‘The Invincibles’ after its under 13 side went undefeated for the whole 2016 season. Arsene Wenger’s English Premier League title-winning Arsenal team were giv...

Saints home and hosed

THE Saints are definitely marching back in to Moorabbin. Councillors at a special public council meeting last month unanimously voted to approve the planning application, after much debate, for the $...

Carjacking shock

A MAN dragged from his seat by a carjacker at Southland shopping centre, Monday 3 October, was talking on the phone at the time. The 21-year-old told police he was mystified when a solidly built man,...

Lucky escape after creek plunge

QUICK thinking by passers-by helped save two elderly women from possibly drowning in Mordialloc Creek on Monday (3 October) afternoon. Boat mooring lines prevented their small Mazda sedan from tumbli...

Camera helps when heat is on

PROCEEDS from this year’s Chelsea Art Show, organised by the Rotary Club of Chelsea, have been used to boost local lifesaving efforts with a significant contribution towards the purchase of a new the...

Waterways levy falls by wayside

A LONG-RUNNING dispute over maintenance costs for Waterways residents has finally been resolved after Kingston councillors decided council will now pick up an annual tab of $310,000 for mowing and up...

Lighters spark raid

More than 2,000 cigarette lighters shaped like high-top sneakers were seized from a Moorabbin importer last month over safety concerns for children. Consumer Affairs Victoria product safety inspector...

CEO pay up

KINGSTON Council’s highest-paid executive has picked up a pay rise. Councillors discussed council CEO John Nevins’ performance after last month’s public council meeting on 12 September behind closed ...