It's not just about the tennis at the Australian Open...it's also about the outfits and getting into the spirit of it.
A secret group who call themselves the Nylex Clock Collective have come forward saying they are responsible for the restoration of the iconic Richmond timepiece.
An expert on road safety barriers says it was unusual for the car to have flipped in the fatal Pyalong crash that claimed the lives of four young men.
Kenny Rogers watched on as Tomas Berdych ran out of aces against Scot Andy Murray in last night's Australian Open men's semi final.
Jake Bourke One of the men behind hot chip vending machines says they could be in Melbourne as early as next month.
Jake Bourke Federal Finance Minister Mathias Cormann admits it hasn’t been a good week for Tony Abbott.
It all started here...3AW Breakfast has spoken to the group responsible for the restoration of the iconic Richmond timepiece.
Police have released images of a man following a serious sexual assault in Windsor on Australia Day.
3:17 PM "The latest bargains,as heard from 6am to 8am on 3AW".
Researchers believe the motor skills of school-aged children are "alarmingly low" due to too much time in front of the TV.
Does the rest of the world have a problem with Australia?
Anti-vaccination activist Dr Sherri Tenpenny should be allowed to be come to Australia and argue her case, Neil Mitchell says.
Enter for your chance to win a double pass to the Smash Hit Musical “Anything Goes” at the Princess Theatre PLUS five winners will receive a trip to anywhere in Australia of your choice, with return airfares and 5 nights’ accommodation!
Denis is flying to Dubai with Royal Brunei, to be shown around by Touchdown Tours. And he wants to take some listeners to as his eager "travel reporters" to help him discover Dubai.
Denis Walter is holding court at the Australian Open and is serving up $1000 a day to all thanks to The Blind Factory.
Head down to the Geelong Travel and Cruise Expo on Feb 1. 3AW will be broadcasting live PLUS there's a chance to win a 7 day Europe River Cruise for 2!
Jake Bourke James Hird’s appeal against ASADA thrown out by the Federal Court.
Jake Bourke It was one of the most memorable performances of last season and coach Alan Richardson admits it’s driving St Kilda's pre-season.
Life and Culture
JIM SCHEMBRI Two films opening this week remind us how illness and disability have long been the focus of quality cinema - and almost always attract Oscar attention.
JIM SCHEMBRI After years of on-again, off-again decisions it seems the big-screen version of the classic 1960s cartoon The Jetsons is on-again. Also, Jane Fonda embraces studio shaming.
Up to 400 Aussies could be fighting with ISIS slipping out and back into the country.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he doesn't want to interfere with plans to increase the cost of private health insurance.