Women’s murders

SIX rewards of $1 million will be paid for information leading to convictions in the murders of six women whose bodies were found in Frankston and Tynong North in 1980-81. The rewards are part of the...

‘Most wanted’ arrested

FIVE of Frankston’s ‘10 most wanted’ have been arrested since their mugshots and brief descriptions of their alleged crimes were published in The Times (“Frankston’s most wanted sought”, 2/10/17). Po...

Woman charged

A WOMAN found squatting at a Salvation Army depot in Forrest Drive, Frankston North, will face court Tuesday 31 October on multiple charges. The Frankston North woman, 35, has been charged with three...

Man ‘went nuts’

A MAN arrested at Bayside Shopping Centre last week was recognised by police from CCTV footage taken as he allegedly broke into cars in the Frankston Hospital car park, Tuesday 17 October. The man, 3...

Saints slammed before exit

ST Kilda Football Club has been given a kick on the way out the door of Seaford’s Linen House by Frankston councillors critical of the AFL club’s lack of engagement with the community during its shor...

Tennis club lands hospital deal

A DEAL was sealed last week for Peninsula Health to buy out Frankston Tennis Club’s lease at Yuille St ahead of a planned expansion of adjacent Frankston Hospital. Peninsula Health acting CEO David A...

MPs split over assisted dying bill

TWO of the four MPs whose electorates cover Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula voted against the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill passed by the Victorian Parliament’s lower house. The upper house is...

Watchdog barks at councils

A REPORT released by the Victorian Ombudsman this month revealed 71 complaints about Frankston Council were made to the watchdog over a 12-month period but The Times has found just over 15 per cent o...

Charges over guns, drugs

A BONBEACH man and woman have been charged with 26 offences, mainly involving weapons and drugs, after a raid at a Station St property last week. Police executing a search warrant allegedly found can...

Suburban sights in the lens for awards

PHOTOGRAPHERS out and about in the suburbs of Kingston can win a share of more than $7000 in prize money in the annual Lens Mist photography competition. Now in its eighth year, Lens Mist has traditi...