Life and times of legendary Bob Dylan

AN uncanny likeness of His Bobness is heading down the highway to visit Kingston as part of a state tour celebrating the life, times and music of Bob Dylan. DYLANesque – The Bob Dylan Story wil...

Dispute turns violent

A DISPUTE between neighbours in Mordialloc erupted into violence over the weekend when an elderly man was allegedly hit over the head with a hammer. Police allege a verbal argument in Barkly St got o...

Beach thefts

MORDIALLOC beachgoers were robbed of valuables on Monday afternoon. Police said a Caucasian youth, Maori youth and Caucasian girl, all aged about 16, were suspected of stealing numerous items from ba...

Buyers and sellers lose out in deceptions

POLICE warn online buyers and sellers of items – and even properties for rent – to beware of scammers after a spate of complaints last week. In one instance, the seller of a mobile phone in Clarinda ...

Bins out, in and now improved

FIRST the bins were out, then they were back in. Now rubbish bins at Patterson River are getting an upgrade thanks to the state government. Parks Victoria recently reversed a decision to remove the b...

Tolerance the talk on human rights

HUMAN rights advocate and lawyer Julian Burnside QC will be guest speaker at a Kingston For Human Rights event this month. The high-profile and outspoken barrister, an advocate for refugees, will tal...

Festive feast for all planned

CHRISTMAS is coming so volunteers are starting preparation for this year’s Chelsea Community Christmas Lunch to provide a three-course meal for the homeless and disadvantaged. The annual event also o...