Winter Sleepout helps homeless causes

COMPASSION is one of the four values at Bangholme’s Cornish College, and compassion is what warmed hearts last Friday evening as more than 60 students, alumni and staff braved the cold temperatures t...

Crash car plea

POLICE are seeking dash-cam footage of a silver coloured Holden Astra being driven erratically south bound on the Mornington Peninsula Freeway, 4.25am, Saturday 16 June. The car, which was later invo...

‘Everything’ goes

BRAZEN thieves have made off with furniture from two homes on the market in Seaford in the past two months. A home in Kirkwood Avenue and property in Raymond Road were emptied of furniture, linen and...

Stabbed in neck

A MAN was stabbed in the neck after two strangers knocked on his door in Daly Street, Frankston at 8.25pm on Monday 18 June. The victim, 46, answered the door and had a conversation with two men and ...

Cap cool for hospital patients

A NEW treatment for capping hair loss during chemotherapy for cancer is being rolled out at Frankston Hospital. Scalp cooling chills the head and reduces the level of chemotherapy drugs reaching hair...

Money suggestions sought

PEOPLE can have their say on a $10 million “revitalisation package” for the Seaford area until the end of June. The Level Crossing Removal Authority (LXRA) wants to hear from locals about how best to...

Station gets grant help

EDITHVALE Fire Brigade has received a $101,500 grant as part of a state government grants program. The CFA enhancing volunteerism grant will be used to finalise completion of a new fire station on to...

Colourful creation wins art gong

A MOOROODUC artist won a top award at this year’s Chelsea Rotary Art Show, taking out first place in the oils/acrylic category. Janis Barbieri’s Tropicana was deemed best in show in its category by j...

Police search for Samantha Walters

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 30-year-old Samantha Walters. The Frankston woman was last in contact with a family member on Monday 18 June. Police and family have ...

‘Market test’ for shire CEO’s job

ADVERTISEMENTS will soon be running for Mornington Peninsula Shire’s top job – chief executive officer. Held by Carl Cowie for the past four years, the CEO’s job comes with a package of nearly $400,0...