Suspicious fire

FIREFIGHTERS and police were called to a verandah fire deemed suspicious that quickly spread to a Hickory Crescent, Frankston home at about 5.30am on Tuesday 2 May. Two occupants of the home, a fathe...

Man sought

POLICE want to talk to a man about a car fire in Riviera Street, Seaford at about 11.15pm on Friday 16 February. The man was seen on CCTV footage, pictured, from a nearby service station at 10pm, on ...

Club building is go

A DESIGN to replace the ageing Edithvale Life Saving Club has finally been accepted by a state government department after initial plans were knocked back for not complying with environmental regulat...

Renters’ rights fight

KINGSTON Council is joining a campaign calling on the state government to give renters “greater stability and protection”. Mayor Cr Steve Staikos said many renters face “unfair treatment” from landlo...

Gone for a song

KINGSTON Crime Investigation Unit detectives hope someone will sing like a bird about a burglary in Clayton South last month. It is believed someone entered a business park estate on Clayton Road som...

Young citizens top of their game

KINGSTON’S Young Citizen of the Year Awards has seen a trio of young achievers recognised for community engagement in the municipality. Laura Vandersluys, 25, deputy chair of the Victorian Youth Cong...

Cottage cafe brews training

A NEW cafe with a difference has opened its doors at Sages Cottage farm in Baxter. The Harvest Cafe provides hospitality training for people with disabilities as part of a joint collaboration between...