Talking Melbourne

Australia takes 2-0 lead over India

Greg Matthews, Dean Jones, Ian Chappell, Glenn McGrath and Tim Lane.

3:00 PM   Listen to the Fairfax Radio coverage or follow the commentary feed.

VicRoads backflips on West Gate promise

More delays for the West Gate Bridge.

VicRoads has revealed the reason why it's had to backflip on its promise to stay off the West Gate Bridge

Palmer sidekick's kidnap arrest

Andrew Crook handles Clive Palmer's media through his company Crook Media

Clive Palmer has questioned the timing of the arrest of his media adviser, just months out from the Queensland State Election.

Buy, Swap and Sell: December 20

The latest from Buy, Swap and Sell with Darren James.

10:17 AM   Phone 96 900 693 between 6 - 8 am Saturdays and Sundays

Premier signals cannabis reform

Cassie Batten and Rhett Wallace were investigated by Victoria Police regarding their son's treatment

Daniel Andrews says he wants to ensure no parent ever has to choose between obeying the law and saving their child.

Andrews has infrastructure alternatives ready

"I am disappointed that there are some people who will no longer be employed"

Premier Daniel Andrews says he is working to begin major infrastructure projects in Victoria as soon as possible, as more than 300 East West Link workers lose their jobs.

China's top models battle it out in Melbourne

Kiki and Linda Cui

RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A Chinese television show with a reach of 600 million viewers is being filmed in Melbourne over the next two months.

Why the snipers couldn't shoot

Sly of the Underworld

It seems obvious, but sometimes it takes Sly of the Underworld to steel the issue.

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Sport

Eade impressed by Suns' attitude

Jake Bourke 8:19 PM   New Gold Coast coach says club is "craving" pre-season training as Gary Ablett Jnr nears contract extension.

Jones a Demon for life

Melbourne skipper Nathan Jones wants to lead Demons to finals.

Jake Bourke   Nathan Jones says the lure of leading Melbourne back to finals played a big part in his contract extension.

'This is not going to go away,' says player agent

Nathan Lovett-Murray could sue the AFL.

Jake Bourke   The manager of former Essendon utility Nathan Lovett-Murray says his client is unlikely to be the only player planning to sue the AFL.

Life and Culture

2014 Pub of the Year

Tony Leonard   Tony Leonard reveals the winner of 2014's DeBortoli Pub of the Year.

Things looking 'up' for Qantas

Chef Neil Perry and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce launch new lounge at LAX.

3AW News with Donna Demaio   Qantas CEO says he never lost faith in the company as new first class lounge is launched in Los Angeles.

Ela's Best: 2014 food guide

Ross and John foodie Ela Carte travels the state in search of the best bars, cafes and restaurants every week.

Ela Carte   'Tis the season for catch-ups with friends and family, so do it style.

Network News

How can we stop graffiti?

Graffiti is an ongoing problem for Sydney suburbs, with complaints there is not being enough done to stop the taggers.

Pakistan's Terror

A Pakistani camera man shoots video in front of a bullet-riddled wall at the arm- run school a day after an attack by Taliban militants in Peshawar. Photo: AFP

Gordon Campbell   While Australia recovers from the horrific hostage taking in Sydney recently, Pakistan find themelves mourning the loss of 141 people killed at a school after a Taliban attack.

'I think you've woken a sleeping giant'

Dr Sally Cockburn (l) with Tony Abbott in 2003

Dr Sally Cockburn   OPEN LETTER: Dr Sally Cockburn sends a warning and a plea to Tony Abbott.