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Corby joins Instagram before leaving Bali

Schapelle Corby has opened an Instagram account from Bali as she begins her trip home to Australia. Full story »

Man's bloodied body found in Melbourne bin

Police are canvassing a Melbourne neighbourhood for CCTV footage after a man's body was found in a wheelie bin. Full story »

Vic Uber fare rise 'an insult' to drivers

Uber has announced a 16 per cent increase to minimum fares in Melbourne but the group representing drivers says it won't make much difference. Full story »

Heavy delays on Melbourne's Eastern Freeway after car fire

A car fire has halted traffic on Melbourne's Eastern Freeway.  Full story »

'It will be hard to sleep tonight': Melbourne garbage collector discovers man's body in bin

A garbage collector this morning made the gruesome discovery of a man's body after he was called to empty a bin in Melbourne's north, homicide detectives said.  Full story »


Vic surfer dies, hit with own board

A surfer has died after being pulled unconscious from the water after his own surfboard struck him in the head during a surf competition in Victoria. Full story »

Malcolm Turnbull joins Long Walk to the MCG

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and wife Lucy have joined thousands for The Long Walk to the MCG. (AAP)
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Labor Leader Bill Shorten have joined thousands for The Long Walk to the MCG. Full story »

Anthony Foster remembered as a 'voice for survivors'

Anthony Foster has died aged 64. (AAP)
Anthony Foster, who became a relentless advocate for victims of child sex abuse after his daughters were raped, has been remembered as a voice for survivors. Full story »

PM vows no more sudden changes on health

The prime minister has promised doctors there'll be no more sudden changes on health policy as he tries to mend the government's image on health and Medicare. Full story »

Fears grow for elderly mother and disabled daughter missing in Victoria

The search for an elderly Victorian woman and her disabled daughter continues after the pair went missing six days ago.

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Search for missing Vic women continues

A search has resumed for an elderly woman and her disabled daughter, who were last seen in a regional Victorian town six days ago. Full story »

L-plater crashes into shed after SA chase

An L-plate driver has been arrested after he crashed a luxury car into a shed following a police chase in the Adelaide Hills. Full story »

Melbourne school uses casual day as bait

A Catholic school in Melbourne has threatened to ban students from a uniform-free day unless their parents sign a letter against proposed funding changes. Full story »

Vic Nationals gather for state conference

The Victorian Nationals will meet for their 101st state conference on Saturday with euthanasia and the Latrobe Valley on the agenda. Full story »

Melbourne teen mum pregnant with second baby at 15

Molly Syrigos was 13 when she fell pregnant with baby Theodore.
When you ask Mollie Syrigos about her 13-month-old baby boy Theodore she lights up like any proud mum and can’t help but gush about his achievements. Full story »

Uber fares increase in Melbourne

Uber has confirmed fares will increase in Melbourne and a booking fee will be added to all rides. Full story »

Journalist's 'shakedown' pushed Rebel to sue, court told

Australian movie star Rebel Wilson has told her defamation trial she decided to sue Bauer Media after one of the company's former journalists demanded money. Full story »

Tenants terrified by proposed further removal of rental rights

A raft of new measures being proposed to make it easier for landlords to remove renters have been welcomed by property owners but have tenants terrified. Full story »


'It’s due to Illuminati': Bourke Street rampage accused Jimmy Gargasoulas’ bizarre court rant

The man accused of driving a car down Melbourne’s busy Bourke Street Mall, killing six people, has made a bizarre rant referencing the ‘Illuminati’ during a court appearance for an unrelated matter. Full story »


Vic parliament looks into RSPCA's powers

The Victorian parliament is holding an inquiry into the RSPCA's powers to prosecute animal cruelty cases. Full story »