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FIRST ON 3AW: Robert Doyle just put police rifles on the agenda

Victoria’s top cop says there’s no plans to issue police with long-arm assault weapons. But they are about to get more ammunition in the wake of the Manchester terror attack. Lord Mayor put rifles on the agenda in an interview with Neil Mitchell today, saying we need to talk about it. “This would be a major change for us … […]

Ross and John find out why Topshop has failed in Australia

British-based fashion chain Topshop has entered voluntary administration in Australia, putting the future of the stores under a cloud. But the chain remains a profitable, big player in the UK. Ross and John asked retail expert Steve Ogden-Barnes why. “The retail sector in Australia has been a tough one to make work for a long time,” […]

10 hours ago / 04:42
A victim’s petition against soft sentencing

A Melbourne driver who was ‘bumped’ and mugged by six youths has started a petition for Daniel Andrews after what he says was an “unfair” sentence. Click HERE for the petition As first reported on the Rumour File in April last year, Michael Lallal was bashed while the youths forced him from his car, before driving away with […]

8 hours ago / 04:30
RECIPE: Tobie Puttock’s Spicy Chicken Sandwich with Slaw

Tobie Puttock’s delicious spicy chicken sandwich with slaw!

4 hours ago
Margaret Court to boycott Qantas over same-sex marriage stance

Australian tennis great Margaret Court has publicly announced she will stop using Qantas where possible in protest following the airline’s promotion of same-sex marriage.

2 hours ago
Empty Kew block on sale for $17.5 million

Developers who paid $9.6 million to knock down a property in Kew have put the vacant block back on the market for almost double the price. The empty piece of land is currently advertised at $17.5 million. The Federation house belonged to former Hawthorn President and current member of the AFL Commission Andrew Newbold before they […]

8 hours ago
FIRST ON 3AW: Horse and carriage permits scrapped

VIDEO: Mr Doyle justifies the move to an angry caller The days of horse-drawn carriages in central Melbourne are numbered. From June 30, the Melbourne City Council won’t be issuing permits. It means the carriages will be confined to St Kilda Road and through the botanic gardens. The decision comes after years of opposition from […]

8 hours ago
Full show: Neil Mitchell podcast, May 25

Full show: Neil Mitchell podcast, May 25

2 hours ago / 09:27
Funding plea to stay afloat

The Australian Volunteer Coast Guard are disappointed after failing to receive funding in this month’s State Budget. This comes as organisations such as the State Emergency Service receive millions from the government. Mark Bainbridge, Victorian Squadron Commodore of the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard says the sector needs help. “At the moment we are after $5 […]

8 hours ago
Popular Hampton cafe fire up in flames

A popular bayside suburban cafe has gone up in flames this morning. The Spare Room in Hampton caught fire along with adjoining shops shortly after 2am. Fire crews had the blaze under control within minutes but the cafe was gutted. The shops next to it also suffered damage. Police are guarding the scene this morning as the cafe […]

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Movies with Alex First, May 24

Alex First joins Steve Price to talk this week’s new releases.

16 hours ago / 18:32
Rita Panahi

Herald Sun Rita Panahi joins Steve Price to talk the Manchester attack and cutting foreign aid to Indonesia.

17 hours ago / 07:41
Sports Update with James Willis, Liverpool v Sydney

James Willis joins Steve Price to sum up the Liverpool v Sydney FC frienndly at ANZ Stadium.

17 hours ago / 04:44
Sports Update with James Willis, Liverpool v Sydney

Dr Larry Benge from the Malo Clinic joins Steve Price to discuss the All-On-4 info seminars.

17 hours ago / 04:44
Car Advice with Steve Price Wednesday May 24

Swapping Monday for Wednesday just for this week, Paul Maric and Trent Nikolic join Steve Price to talk and take your calls on all the latest in the motoring industry.

19 hours ago / 31:45
Andrew Bolt & Steve Price, Wednesday May 24

Andrew Bolt & Steve Price discuss the day’s politics.

20 hours ago / 44:31
Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown talks technology

21 hours ago / 04:20
The business of sports prediction

Former Australian cricket captain Ian Chappell and Nick Fordham talk to Ross about a new app called SportsHero, as well as the cricket pay dispute and the state of rugby union

21 hours ago / 11:47
Topshop/Topman goes into voluntary administration

Insolvency expert Ian Purchas talks to Ross about Topshop/Topman going into voluntary administration, and are people spending money?

21 hours ago / 05:08
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