Alcohol theft

Police are seeking to identify a man after a theft in Frankston on Wednesday, 2 May 2018. At about 10.30am, a man at a Nepean Highway liquor store allegedly took a four pack of alcohol and left the s...

Booze raider

Police want to identify a man after a theft in Frankston on Saturday 28 April. At about 4.45pm, a man went into a Nepean Highway liquor store before allegedly taking two bottles of booze and leaving ...

Extra charges

A SEAFORD man due to face court on Friday 25 May on 25 counts of stealing water meters has had 30 more charges laid against him. The 42-year-old will now face Frankston Magistrates’ Court on 9 July o...

Shocking attack

A 16-YEAR-OLD boy was arrested and charged with attempted robbery and recklessly causing injury after he allegedly attacked the same 14-year-old youth twice in two days. In the first incident, the 14...

Gardens open up for visitors

VOLUNTEERS with green fingers can help out at Baxter’s Sages Cottage Farm to keep the gardens in shape for visitors. The gardens gates are now open to the public and visitors can stroll around and en...

Colourful show of mental health support

A DOCTOR at Frankston Hospital launched the second annual #CrazySocks4Docs day on Friday (1 June). Dr Geoff Toogood started the campaign to encourage doctors, medical students and health professional...

Gumtree hold-up

A MAN who agreed to meet someone to buy two iPhones in Mordialloc was assaulted and nearly robbed by two offenders. The buyer went to a Barkley Street address in Mordialloc where a silver Holden Comm...

Jobs focus for Indigenous

A SERVICE for Indigenous job seekers in the Melbourne south east region was launched this week. Elder Uncle Chris West hosted a welcome to country and smoking ceremony at the Narim Marr Dihambana (Fr...

Green Wedge uses scrutinised

KINGSTON Council says it is cracking down on unauthorised activities in the Green Wedge including action on non-compliant waste transfer stations, truck storage businesses and non-approved signage. K...

Three generations born at hospital

THE third time’s a charm(er) for a volunteer at Frankston Hospital who welcomed the birth of grandson Charlie this year. Pink Ladies secretary Heather Watts gave birth to second daughter Dayna at Fra...