14 January 2019

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A MAN and woman who allegedly stole a charity tin raising money towards bushfire relief have been arrested. It is alleged that the man and woman entered a Frankston fast food

restaurant on the Nepean Highway at around 9.30pm, Monday 6 January. Police allege that the man removed the donation tin from the front counter and put it in the woman’s hand bag before leaving the store.

On 10 January, a 37-year old Drouin man and a 41-year-old Drouin woman were arrested in Dandenong. Police say they are expected to be charged with theft.

We’re building big in the south east and there will be disruptions We’re removing 75 level crossings with 31 already gone, and constructing new rail and road tunnels. Public transport disruptions: Buses or coaches replace trains

Road disruptions: Closed roads, lanes and ramps

Frankston and Stony Point lines

2 Jan – 16 Feb Frankston to Stony Point 13 – 30 Jan Flinders Street to Caulfield 2 – 16 Feb Moorabbin to Frankston

Nepean Highway, Carrum

6 – 19 Jan

Single lane closed between Patterson River and Eel Race Road

Sandringham Line

20 – 23 Jan 27 – 30 Jan

Park Road, Cheltenham

15 – 22 Jan

Road closed bewteen Hall Street and Cheltenham Park Gate

Station Street, Carrum

29 Jan – 17 Feb One way traffic between Mascot Avenue and Eel Race Road

Charman Road, Cheltenham

1 Feb – 7 Mar

Road closed between Blagdon Street and Station Road

Eel Race Road, Carrum

From 2 Feb

Level crossing permanently closed

Mascot Avenue, Bonbeach

From 2 Feb

Level crossing permanently closed

Flinders Street to Elsternwick (after 8:15 pm) Flinders Street to Elsternwick (after 8:15 pm)

Keep in mind, there are other disruptions on the public transport and road networks over summer.

Find out if you’re affected at bigbuild.vic.gov.au Dates subject to change. Authorised by the Victorian Government, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne

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