.

Hoons remain a key target for Greater Dandenong police.
Inspector Mark Langhorn said Operation Sumatra kicked off in January and would continue for another month or so.
He said Friday and Saturday night hoon gatherings were its target.
“We’ve got increased resources in highway patrol in and around Springvale and Dandenong ready to move,” he said.
Police know the Springvale junction, Greens Road in Dandenong South and industrial estates are hoon hot spots.
“But we’ll shift our resources to disrupt any activity,” Insp Langhorn said.
“We’ll come down hard on anyone who’s driving irresponsibly.”

More News

A Dandenong ice addict has pleaded guilty to repeatedly “prank-calling” his ex-employer’s wife and three random women late at ...

It was three days after Annabella’s birth that mum Emily Looker Salmon finally got to hold the newborn in ...

Greater Dandenong Rotarians made a $100,000 donation to prostate cancer research. The Dandenong South East and Dandenong Rotary clubs are meeting ...

A 14-year-old girl was sexually assaulted on a bus from Dandenong to Doveton last month. Police are appealing for help ...

Greater Dandenong Council has rejected claims that it suspended a senior staffer over bullying allegations. The Journal received an anonymous ...

Law change would make discrimination battle harder… A Harmony Day hate-speech shock has Greater Dandenong residents fearing a rise in ...

Latest Sport

Star News Journalist NICK CREELY has tipped Cranbourne legend Steven Spoljaric to win his fifth Wookey Medal on Wednesday 22 March ...

At the final hurdle the Dandenong Rangers have failed to deliver with the Sydney Uni Flames claiming the WNBL title ...

The Dandenong Redlegs are embarking on a new era, looking to right the wrongs of the past and move forward ...