Author accesses a scarier side

A FRANKSTON South children’s author has had her work published in a Halloween anthology. Sharna Carter has been writing for children for five years. Earlier this year she entered her short story The ...

Man wanted

POLICE are searching for 38-year-old Nicholas Cameron. The man is wanted over two outstanding warrants in relation to contravening a court order. He is believed to frequent the Frankston and East Gip...

Charged and charged

IT was a case of deja vu for police who pulled over a man on Frankston-Dandenong Rd, Seaford last week. The 38-year-old Rye man’s blue Commodore was intercepted at around 2am after police spotted him...

Flower towers over road

THE Love Flower sculpture has been installed at the Peninsula Link exit of Cranbourne Road. The sculpture, by artists John Meade and Emily Karanikolopolous, was erected at the site last week. The scu...

Raising funds for veterans

THE Frankston RSL branch has begun its 2019 Poppy Appeal. Frankston RSL president Kevin Hillier said the fundraising drive would help support veterans and their families. “From 1 November, our volunt...

Students handed keys to the van

KIDS at Nepean School want to give thanks to a group of unknown young people who created and donated a cubby house to them. The cubby house, styled like a van, was created by unemployed youth as part...

Dream realised on the third

BILL Philip realised every golfers’ dream of a hole-in-one earlier this month but admits he took a long time to achieve the honour – 91 years. “It was my first hole-in-one … and the last,” quipped th...

Police swoop on youth offenders

YOUTHS from Frankston were among 57 people arrested last week as part of a police crackdown on youth offending. Warrants were executed by police in Frankston, Cranbourne, Clyde North, Dandenong, Narr...