Big tool haul

MORE than 200 power tools, most likely stolen from tradies, over several years, were recovered when detectives raided a property in Balarang Ct, Patterson Lakes, Friday 3 February. Detective Senior C...

Smash before entry

THIEVES smashed the front window of a massage studio in Edithvale early Monday morning and stole cash and a stereo system valued at $1450. Police said CCTV footage captured the moment three offenders...

Causing a splash

AN off-duty policeman was pushed into a swimming pool during a heated confrontation with a man, 4pm, Monday 6 February. The incident occurred at the Waves Leisure Centre, Cheltenham, and both men had...

Bottle shop assaults

TWO Carrum liquor store assistants were assaulted by two thieves who ran off with six-packs of spirits, Friday 3 February. The assistants were behind the counter of the Station St store when two tall...

Fun on the run for Coast Guard

THE race is on. Federal Isaacs Labor MP Mark Dreyfus will go head to head with Carrum Labor MP Sonya Kilkenny MP for the second year running in the 6km Carrum Coast Guard Around the River Fun Run on ...

Antiques fair back for seconds

AN antiques fair will be held at Monash University’s Frankston campus to raise money to support Life-Gate, a charity that helps disadvantaged, marginalised and disengaged youth. Pastor Ulli Roldan an...

Beaches ‘wiped out’

ALL 36 of Port Phillip’s beaches were declared unfit for swimming on Monday after heavy rainfall and flash flooding hit Melbourne on Sunday. The Environment Protection Authority issued an alert on Mo...