Recycling good to go

A POSSIBLE waste recycling crisis is unlikely to impact on Frankston ratepayers according to council. Frankston area residents can continue putting out recycling bins for council collection as normal...

Sexual assault

TRANSIT detectives are investigating a sexual assault at Carrum Downs on 22 November. A 16-year-old girl was waiting at a bus stop on Frankston-Dandenong Rd about 3pm when she was approached by an un...

Truth on T-shirt

A FRANKSTON man who was captured on CCTV wearing a T-shirt saying “Everything happens for a reason but the reason is you are stupid and make bad decisions” was arrested last week and charged with rob...

Eyes in the sky on street crime

SIXTEEN months on, the city’s extensive network of CCTV cameras monitored by officers at Frankston police headquarters is providing an ever-watchful focus on street crime. With 345 cameras at Bayside...

Citizens of the Year saluted

AN environmental group, an emergency services volunteer and a couple behind a key community charity were honoured at the 2018 Kingston Australia Day Awards last week. The awards were announced as par...

Street robbery

AN Edithvale man was hit over the head with a baseball bat or iron bar as he walked home from the station, 1.45am, Sunday 28 January. The man, 33, was wearing a pair of Moshi headphones and carrying ...

Cabbie punched

AN Uber driver was allegedly punched in the face by one of a group whom he had ordered out of his cab at Patterson Lakes, 12.45am, Saturday 27 January. The driver had picked up two men and two women ...

Hunt’s on for water meter thieves

FRANKSTON police are investigating a series a water meter thefts in the Seaford, Frankston North and Frankston areas over the past six weeks. Twenty meters have been stolen from schools, sporting clu...