Urine trouble

POLICE are searching for three men after a stabbing that occurred on Candlebark Crescent at 11.30pm, Saturday 1 December. A male victim was walking along Mahogany Avenue when he spotted two males uri...

Giving gifts to those in need

WITH Christmas just around the corner, we’re all busy getting things ready for spending time with our families and the traditional giving of gifts that goes along with it. But spare a thought for tho...

Art to fight graffiti blight

ARTISTS are being tapped on the shoulder to help stop the “waste of ratepayers money” caused by cleaning up graffiti at local toilet blocks. Beach themed murals have begun popping up on Frankston toi...

Animal cruelty reports are on the rise

FRANKSTON has come fourth on an RSPCA Victoria list showing the number of cruelty to animals reports during 2017 and 2018. The Mornington Peninsula was ninth on the list which was topped by Geelong. ...

Summer snake bite warning

A YOUNG girl’s frightening experience with a snake landed her in Frankston Hospital in 2017. Her mother is sharing her story to emphasise the importance of remaining vigilant and aware of the danger ...

Shoppers urged to keep it local

FRANKSTON mayor Cr Michael O’Reilly has pleaded with Christmas shoppers to stay local this festive season. Cr O’Reilly said that “Christmas shopping equates to around 20 per cent of the annual $20.25...

Brave shave at Seaford school

A YOUNG Seaford North Primary School student has made the brave decision to cut off his long locks to raise money for the Cancer Council. Bailey Thompson, 10 years old, had seen family members fall i...

Police investigate Seaford crash

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a single-vehicle collision in Seaford early this morning. The crash happened on Fortescue Avenue when a south-bound vehicle left the road and cr...

Heritage decision deferred

A DECISION on if Pompei’s Landing in Mordialloc is worthy of heritage status has been delayed until early 2019. The Heritage Council was due to hear submissions on the heritage application for Pompei...

Sandbelt winners made secretaries

THE re-elected state Labor government announced their new cabinet on 29 November, with local MPs being promoted to parliamentary secretaries. Carrum MP Sonya Kilkenny was appointed parliamentary secr...