Burglars on day shift

CARRUM and Aspendale have been hard hit by a spate of daytime burglaries. Chelsea police say three daylight break-ins in Stanley St, Carrum, and one in nearby Valetta St on Thursday 18 May were possi...

Arrow assault at range

AN Aspendale Gardens man was stabbed with an arrow during a heated confrontation at Moorabbin Archery Club at the weekend. A Cheltenham man, 22, was allegedly shooting arrows in a dangerous manner at...

Murder charges after body found

TWO men appeared at an out-of-sessions Melbourne Magistrates’ Court hearing on Saturday charged with the murder of a former Special Operations Group police officer at Braeside, Thursday 18 May. The e...

Kinder places

APPLICATIONS are now open for 2018 four-year-old sessional kindergarten places via Kingston Council’s central enrolment system. The central enrolment point covers 27 kindergartens and allocates place...

Everybody cut footloose

ARE you ready to cut loose? Footloose, that is. Community theatre group MLOC Productions are staging a musical play based on Footloose, the 1984 musical drama movie starring Kevin Bacon. The musical ...

Bombers make history with dominant debut

By Ben Triandafillou THE Frankston Bombers made history on Sunday 7 May, triumphing in all eight of their football and netball matches over the weekend, including the women’s football side’s dominant...

Pines sack Rae, Strikers dump Parrella

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie FRANKSTON Pines sacked Billy Rae as head coach last week and appointed assistant Paul Williams in his place. When Rae took over at the end of the 2015 season he worked hard ...

Bakersfield Mist

“Miracles happen. Don’t they?” Starring Gold Logie Award winner John Wood and Julie Nihill, Bakersfield Mist is a provocative and hilarious look at what makes art – and people – authentic. Based on a...

‘Who gives a crap’ about environment?

A YOUTH Environmental Forum at The Briars last week gave students from schools in the region the chance to learn more about human environmental impacts and solutions. Arranged by Frankston Council, w...

Teeing off for charities

GUESTS at the Rotary Club of Frankston Sunrise’s annual golf day charity donations breakfast early this month heard about $38,000 was raised for local good causes. More than 60 people, including char...