Purse stolen, card used – Aspendale

A CREDIT card from a stolen purse was used to buy items in Aspendale in March. Police Media’s Creina O’Grady said a woman noticed her purse was missing after getting off a train at Aspendale on Monda...

Attempted break-in

TERRIFIED Coles staff watched on as two men attempted to force their way through the front doors of the Patterson Lakes store, 4.50am, Tuesday 25 April. A staff member heard a noise at the front of t...

Erratic Getaway

FOUR men wearing fluoro vests and using a concrete saw were disturbed while trying to cut open an ATM at an Aspendale Gardens shopping centre, 2.50am, Wednesday 26 April. The men, driving an $80,000 ...

Carrying torch for reconciliation

THIRTEEN years 9 and 10 students and two staff members from Kilbreda College, Mentone, were recently appointed Friends Igniting Reconciliation through Education (FIRE) carriers. The commissioning cer...

Dark dinner vision for charity

DINING out when you’re blind or have low vision is much more complex than just finding the food on your plate. To demonstrate this, Vision Australia has developed a fundraiser for blindness and low-v...

Australian Opals star returns home

By Jarrod Potter MELBOURNE Boomers unveiled its Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL) centre-piece on Thursday after bringing Liz Cambage home.  Cambage, 25, originally from Mt Eliza, will lace u...

SUPERHEIST get set to ‘Raise Hell’

After a 13 year hiatus ARIA nominated, Australian metal outfit SUPERHEIST are back and one thing is for sure, they are here to RAISE HELL. The band who have achieved gold record status and previously...

Man sought over sexual assault

POLICE set up an information caravan at Seaford train station, Friday, in an attempt to glean information about a man who attacked and sexually assaulted a woman in Seaford earlier this month. Sexual...