Cameras call to view public

MEMBERS of the public who attend Kingston Council meetings to watch councillors debate and vote on council matters may be filmed in future in the wake of a turbulent planning meeting last month. Chee...

Car parks at train station back on track

IT has taken more than two years but more car parking spaces may soon be available at Parkdale train station. Councillors at the Kingston Council public meeting last Monday (29 January) unanimously v...

Booze pitch for cinema

HOYTS Frankston wants permission to sell alcohol to moviegoers in all of its cinemas. The cinema chain company has applied to Frankston Council for a liquor licence so booze can be sold to cinema-goe...

Watchdog clears councillors

TWO Frankston councillors have been cleared of wrongdoing after investigations by a state councils watchdog. The Local Government Investigations and Compliance Inspectorate (LGICI) confirmed when ask...

Plea for witnesses to alleged carjacking

DETECTIVES are appealing for witnesses to the horrific hijacking of a woman’s car in Frankston, Monday 22 January, to come forward. Detective Senior Constable Jasper Shannon said “many people s...

Power outage compo

BAYSIDE residents left without power during a weekend heatwave may be financially compensated for the loss of refrigerated and frozen food during a widespread electricity outage. Homes in several Kin...

Arrests after teen’s carjack terror

TWO men allegedly involved in the horrific carjacking of a young woman’s car in Frankston on Monday night were in custody Thursday morning. In the frightening 22 January incident 18-year-old Skye wom...

Man charged following Frankston carjacking

Police have charged a man following an alleged incident in Frankston on Monday. An 18-year-old Skye woman was injured after her car was stolen on Frankston-Cranbourne Road about 7.30pm. A police car ...