Chemist robbed

POLICE believe the man responsible for the café raids may be responsible for stealing a large quantity of perfume from the Chemist Warehouse, Florence St, Mentone, overnight Tuesday last week. CCTV f...

Police search for Holly Feltham

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing girl, Holly Feltham. Holly was last seen in Young Street, Frankston around 5pm on 30 November. Officers have concerns for the welfare...

Langwarrin best suburb

Langwarrin was voted as Melbourne’s FAVOURITE suburb by GOLD104.3 who broadcasted live from McClellend Gallery and Sculpture Park last Friday 4 December. The morning featured Chocolate Starfish and R...

Sad drowning fatality in Frankston

Compiled by Melissa Walsh A wire has been received by the friends of Sergeant Alex O. Kerr, that he is sick, and was removed to Malta by the hospital ship, on the 29th November. *** MISS Beatrice And...

Let there be lights

THE popular Christmas Festival of Lights lured tens of thousands to Frankston again last Saturday evening (28 November). Crowds flocked to Davey St and Beauty Park to be entertained by live stage sho...

Billson funding ‘slam dunk’

THE Frankston Regional Basketball Centre expansion and redevelopment project will receive $4.95 million from the Australian Government’s National Stronger Regions Fund, boosting local jobs, community...

Board assembled for train station project

A BOARD will be established to oversee the Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment. Construction on the $63 million state government project will begin in the first half of next year and is due to b...

Dogs banned for summer

SUMMER beach restrictions for dogs have come into effect this month meaning pooches are not allowed on Frankston or Seaford beaches between 9.30am and 7.30pm. Dogs are still allowed on beaches before...

Fatal collision Carrum Downs

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a two car collision which occurred in Carrum Downs yesterday (6 December) afternoon. Investigators have been told that a Holden Commodore was tr...

Toy run makes Santa’s job easier

BONBEACH Aged Care residents know that age is no barrier to sharing in the spirit of Christmas. On Saturday, they invited the wider community to donate toys and food for needy children, which were pi...