Talking Melbourne

Neil: We're in a law and order bidding war

1:21 PM   "It shows the government is really worried about law and order."

Mating kangaroos stop traffic

8:56 AM   We now have photo evidence of today's big, important news stemming from the Rumour File: Mating kangaroos stopped traffic in Melbourne yesterday.

Clash over council 'junket'

Catherine Cumming and Neil Mitchell clashed again.

2:51 PM   Neil Mitchell has again clashed with Maribyrnong mayor Catherine Cumming, this time over a Netherlands "junket."

Rumour Confirmed

Alleged burglary 'stunt'

11:30 AM   A man has allegedly stolen a 'stunt' car from Sandown racecourse before committing a burglary at a convenience store.

Wicked, stupid and horrible

Melbourne QC Robert Richter.

9:19 AM   A plan to house serious violent offenders within a prison after they've served their prison terms has been deemed "wicked", "stupid" and "horrible" by a leading QC.

Yoghurt fans in for a shock

If you're a yoghurt fan, stick to plain greek yoghurt

9:58 AM   If you think snacking on flavoured yoghurt makes you healthy... think again.

'Maintain the rage,' Neale Daniher implores

11:47 AM   MND champion Neale Daniher joins Neil Mitchell to say he's "going bloody well".

Surf Coast's equality promise

Councillor Rose Hodge vows to fly the rainbow flag over the shire offices at Torquay until gay marriage is legalised in ...

11:06 AM   A Surf Coast Councillor is defending a decision to fly the rainbow flag outside the shire offices in Torquay.


'Keeping tabs' on Zak

7:00 PM   At least two Victorian clubs are keeping "close tabs" on Sydney youngster Zak Jones, says Mitch Cleary.


Footy wrap: Pies crumble to Bombers

The teams run through a joint banner in 2016.

Essendon has run out 18-point winners over the old enemy in front of over 87,000 fans.

'Disrespectful' song choice

The decision to play "two tribes go to war" over the loudspeakers at half-time on Anzac Day has been called into question.


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Life and Culture

Pub Of The Week

Tony Leonard presents 3AW's Pub Of The Year for the 22nd year, thanks to De Bortoli.

Jim's new releases, Apr 22

The gang's back: Vin Diesel returns in the Fate and the Furious, a franchise film that gets it right.

Jim Schembri reviews Fate of the Furious, Raw, Table 19, Denial, and more.

Jim interviews Julia Ducournau

Bad girl: French director Julia Ducournau has a lot on her mind in her hit horror film Raw.

HUNGRY FOR HORROR - French film director Julia Ducournau explains why her new horror film Raw is good for feminism.