Five locals left in 2020 FFA Cup

SOCCER SEAFORD United was the only local club to survive last weekend’s round of FFA Cup matches. The draw for the next round was due to be conducted today (Tuesday) as we went to press. Langwarrin, ...

A daring outrage – the criminal caught

LAST Tuesday afternoon, Frankston was thrown into a frenzy of excitement, when it became known that a most diabolical attempt at outrage had been made upon a little girl of ten years. The State schoo...

Three men steal booze

THREE men who stole alcohol from a Somerville shop are on the run from police. Investigators were told that the three offenders stole a large quantity of vodka from the bottle-o after they ran withou...

Card stolen

POLICE wish to speak to a woman in relation to the burglary of a credit card. Sometime between 6.15am and 6pm, 16 January, a credit card was stolen on McMahons Road, Frankston North. The card was lat...

Bikie raids result in four arrests

Four men have been arrested after a series of “bikie raids”, police say. On 5 March, police executed search warrants at an OMCG clubhouse in Cranbourne West and homes in Frankston, Berwick, Hallam, a...

‘Emergency’ issues may impact port

MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire’s declaration of a “climate emergency” may put it on a collision course with both state and federal governments over the Port of Hastings. Two significant moves made by the...

Big Picture Fest coming up

BIG Picture Fest will return to Frankston next weekend. Artists from Australia, Spain, Italy, and the United States will be hard at work on massive murals in Frankston’s streets. They will be working...

Pet registrations due soon

PET registration renewal notices will begin popping up in letterboxes this month. Payment is due for pet registration renewals on 10 April. Frankston mayor Sandra Mayer said “pet registration fees go...