Disgraceful conduct displayed on the train

To the Editor Sir, As a passenger who travelled by the 5.10pm train to Pearcedale via Baxter on Saturday, I wish to protest against the unseemly conduct of a number of men who travelled by this train...

Teens charged

TWO teenagers have been charged after allegedly attempting to carjack an unmarked police car and committing a series of alleged aggravated burglaries, overnight 11 December. The two teenagers are all...

Driver blows .244

A WOMAN who crashed her car in Chelsea Heights returned a breath test reading almost five times over the legal alcohol limit last week. At around 2am, 15 December, police were called to Thames Promen...

Woman of the year nominations open

NOMINATIONS have opened for Kingston’s 2020 woman of the year awards. Emma Gierschick was named the municipality’s first woman of the year in 2019 for her work advocating the cause of preventing fami...

Fire restrictions now in force

SUMMER’s official fire danger period started on Monday, coinciding with the week’s predicted high temperatures and dry conditions. The CFA-announced fire restrictions will last until 1am Monday 1 May...

Council to look at Woodman applications

KINGSTON councillors have agreed to take a closer look at applications approved by council that may have involved property developer John Woodman. Mr Woodman’s alleged financial links to City of Case...

Recycler exit reaffirmed

KINGSTON Council last week reaffirmed its move to push the Alex Fraser Group from their Clarinda recycling site by refusing a second application to extend their permit to operate. The recycler’s perm...