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NEIL MITCHELL: Buddy should be suspended and fined. He has no respect for women and treats them appallingly. The only way to get it through is to take away what he loves and suspend him for a month.
ROBSON RESIGNATION: Ian Robson has stood down as chief executive of the Essendon Football Club.
LANCE FRANKLIN: Former Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett says Hawthorn has left Lance Franklin out to dry after reports of misbehaviour at a Chapel Street bar on the weekend.
TWITTER TIRADE: One of the journalists targeted by cricketer David Warner in a foul-mouthed Twitter rant says he is disappointed the Test opener was fined.
JEFF KENNETT: Penalty rates should be re-aligned according to Jeff Kennett, however Neil Mitchell is adamant that all this does is hurt the livelihood of many people who work overtime and on weekends.
CANBERRA: Independent MP Peter Slipper has been formally charged with fraud, but the court case will drag-on until after the federal election.
WATCH VIDEO: After discussing the 'Golden Age' of boxing, Ross asked Jon Anderson to rank the 'Four Kings', Marvin Hagler, Tommy Hearns, Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Duran.
COUNTY COURT: The tearful mother of a young man killed by a drunk and speeding P-Plate driver has told the county court of her pain and anger, but says she wishes the driver no harm.
YARCK: Police are hunting a truck driver who fled the scene the scene of a crash that has left an elderly man fighting for life.
JAIL RATE: Victorians are being jailed at the highest rate since 1890 and Professor Arie Freiberg, chairman of the Sentencing Advisory Council says the courts are targeting and coming down harder on those committing the crimes.
CT SCANS: A study has shown that kids who undergo CT scans may face a larger risk of cancer later in life. Professor John Mathews, Epidemiologist at the University of Melbourne says there is an increased risk, however it is not significant.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Essendon footballer in hospital after alleged stabbing in Reservoir overnight.
CORONER'S COURT: A coroner has been told charges could be laid following the Swanston Street wall collapse which killed three people.
THURSDAY: A more serious start to show than usual, with news of an horrific attack in a London street, things lightened up with some amusing rumours & a fascinating chat about gold.
AFL: Football operations manager Mark Evans has supported the idea of an AFL Gay Pride round.
PUCKAPUNYAL: A major emergency is unfolding at the Puckapunyal Army Base where two tanks have collided, with one trapped, two hospitalised and a further five people injured.
TOM ELLIOTT: So should we bite the bullet and raise the age at which you become an adult?
MAGISTRATES' COURT: Nineteen extra charges have been laid against independent MP Craig Thompson, including allegations he used funds to pay for pornographic movies.
CAN YOU HELP?: Man stabbed and another punched in a daylight brawl on a Footscray train platform.
NEIL MITCHELL: Kids being charged to use local parks to play sport, tolls on roads we have already paid for, the fire services levy rip off, sports betting trainer wheels for punters, dial-a-goon, and dress for blokes. Surely they can't be serious.
SLIDESHOW: Neil Mitchell talks to the King Kong stunt actress that terrified him.
LONDON: UK reels after an apparent serving soldier was brutally murdered in broad daylight on a London street by two men carrying meat cleavers. See the video of the alleged killer appearing proud of the attack.
WATCH VIDEO: Tornado survivor Barbara Garcia was telling reporters how she was holding her dog as the massive Oklahoma tornado tore through her neighbourhood, lamenting its disappearance. And then, amid the interview, the dog is found.
HAVE YOUR SAY: The 3AW Breakfast program has compiled the following list of beautiful places in Australia that no one has ever heard of. What do you think of the suggestions? Which places would you like to add?
WATCH VIDEO: A 3AW Drive listener who was horrified by the antics of a public bus driver has captured footage of the vehicle driving into oncoming traffic.
JOBS TO GO: Workers at Ford have been told they will no longer have jobs with the company after October 2016 after Neil Mitchell exclusively revealed the car manufacturer was planning to close its Australian operations.
AFL: Caroline Wilson delivers scathing assessment of the embattled Melbourne coach.
GAY MARRIAGE: Eddie wanted to know what Neil Mitchell would do if Jesus Christ walked into his studio. He was surprised by the response!
VIDEO: Ela Carte convinces Ross and John to take a Footscray food tour.
INCREDIBLE AUDIO: You never know what could happen on talkback radio. This morning, Neil Mitchell didn’t expect to take a call from a protestor who was putting his life in danger.
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