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Police investigate shot sounds in Vic

Police in regional Victoria are investigating reports of a firearm going off in Wangaratta. Full story »

Tas woman suffers serious burns to face

A woman has suffered significant burns to her face and body, with Tasmanian police investigating whether domestic violence was involved. Full story »

Women veterans step up for Anzac Day march

A new group is stepping out to make women veterans feel more deserving of being part of Anzac Day. Full story »

Anzac lovebirds going strong 70 years on

As the country reflects during Anzac Day, for one couple this day means even more, as it marks the time when they originally met – 71 years ago. Full story »


Welcome veterans into Aust life: VC winner

Victoria Cross winner Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith has urged Australians to welcome veterans into jobs and back into life after their service. Full story »

One week till Victorian budget handed down

Victoria's Andrews Labor government will deliver its third budget in one week's time, with some initiatives already announced. Full story »

Vic MP perk system to be overhauled

Victoria's Special Minister of State says a new suite of measures to shake up parliamentary perks are aimed at improving MPs' ethical standards. Full story »

Gutnick due for grilling in Melbourne

Joseph Gutnick will be examined next about his business affairs after the bankrupt businessman's wife and eldest son took the witness stand. Full story »

Complaints raised in Vic council elections

The Victorian council watchdog says it received more than 400 complaints during last year's local government elections. Full story »

Sweeping changes to Vic parly allowances

Victorian Premier Andrews has announced sweeping changes to the parliamentary allowances for MPs after numerous rorts of travel and second home allowances. Full story »

Disgraced Victorian MP will be forced to repay $98k in benefits

Don Nardella will be forced to repay nearly $100,000 in claimed parliamentary allowances.
Parliament will forcibly "reclaim" the $98,000 former Victorian deputy Speaker Don Nardella claimed under a perk designed for country MPs. Full story »

Thieves ram ute into Harley Davidson showroom in Geelong and steal motorcycles

A trio of robbers have stolen two luxury motorbikes after using their ute to smash through a Harley Davidson showroom in Geelong.

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Christmas Island girl's lawsuit settled

An in-principle settlement has been reached in a young Christmas Island detainee's damages case against the federal government. Full story »

Gutnick's wife, son quizzed in Vic court

Bankrupt businessman Joseph Gutnick's wife Stera Gutnick and eldest son Mordechai Gutnick, have been questioned in the Federal Court about his finances. Full story »

Armed robber cites Eagles 'drug culture'

Former AFL player Benjamin Sharp will spend at least six years in jail. (AFL)
Former West Coast Eagles list member Benjamin Sharp has been jailed for stealing almost $300,000 during an armed robbery. Full story »

Melbourne memorial defaced with 'War is Murder' message on eve of Anzac Day

The defaced memorial at Warrandyte RSL. (9NEWS)

Members of a Melbourne RSL are "disgusted' by the defacing of a war monument on the eve of Anzac Day. Full story »


Jailed Vic drug kingpin in appeals

Jailed Melbourne drug kingpin Rocco Arico is appealing against his convictions, while prosecutors pursue more than $10 million in "unexplained weath". Full story »

Woman found dead in Melb, man arrested

An elderly man has been arrested after police found the body of a 78-year-old woman in his Melbourne home. Full story »

Ram raid ATM theft in Melbourne

Four thieves have smashed down the doors of a Melbourne shopping centre and stolen an ATM. Full story »

Exotic birds stolen from Melbourne aviary

Two exotic birds are still missing after 12 were stolen from an aviary in Melbourne. Full story »