Mobility scooter man killed

A MAN riding a mobility scooter died after being struck by a car in Langwarrin, Wednesday night (1 November). Emergency services were called to McClelland Drive after the incident which involved a To...

Racist abuse before gun threat at servo

A FRANKSTON man who allegedly shouted racist abuse at a motorist at a service station lifted his shirt to reveal a handgun tucked into his pants, 2.10am, Saturday 21 October. Acting Detective Sergean...

Surf’s up for new savers

MAKE this summer the start of a lifetime lifesaving journey. That’s the call from Frankston Life Saving Club as it seeks new surf life savers. Club lifesaving director Ash Presser said the club wants...

School scoops more awards

AN ASPENDALE school has seen years of work on its Sustainability Precinct since 2013 featuring an outdoor kitchen, vegetable gardens and animal enclosures pay off with two big wins at Sustainability ...

Tips jar stolen

POLICE are searching for a man who allegedly stole a tips jar from a Mentone store on Monday 25 September. At about 12.40pm, a man stole a muffin from the Como Parade West store as well as the jar co...

Remembrance Day services

FRANKSTON RSL Remembrance Day services will be held on three days this month. The events will commemorate the 99th anniversary of the end of World War I. Remembrance services will be held at: Frankst...

Cigarettes wanted for front line soldiers

Compiled by Brodie Cowburn “PLEASE keep on sending us all the cigarettes you can”, was the message received the other day from a commanding officer at the front by the Over-Seas Club Southern Club To...

Whole Lotta Rosie comes to town

The fiercest line up of Aussie rockers will be heading to the peninsula to play the best of AC/DC! Whole Lotta Rosie is going to electrify crowds as they tear up the stage belting out the classic AC/...

Visitor centre ‘on move’

THE modern use of smartphone apps and services have been blamed for the axing of an award-winning visitors information centre on Frankston’s foreshore. Councillors voted behind closed doors after thi...

Women’s murders

SIX rewards of $1 million will be paid for information leading to convictions in the murders of six women whose bodies were found in Frankston and Tynong North in 1980-81. The rewards are part of the...