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LISTEN: Leigh Matthews says if Melbourne doesn’t get a priority pick, he doesn't know which clubs will.
TEAMS NIGHT: View all of the AFL teams for Round 22 as named by the clubs on Thursday night.
LISTEN: Victoria Police have confirmed Labor leader Bill Shorten will not face criminal charges over an allegation of sexual assault in the 1980s.
POLICE: Two men have told a court they will plead guilty over a $7 million insider trading scheme.
ROYAL COMMISSION: Cardinal George Pell admits he originally took complaints about sexual abuse involving Catholic clergy with a "grain of salt".
LISTEN: The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has revealed its alternative plan for a GP co-payment and has urged the government to adopt it.
LISTEN: From pronunciation to eating habits to fashion trends, plenty of things are causing the 3AW Breakfast team and their listeners to ask "since when...?"
RECIPE: Union Dining's celebrity chef Nicky Riemer's 'potato gnocchi and mushroom ragu' recipe.
LISTEN Former Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett tips Magpie hardship, but wasn't so bold on the state election
VIDEO: Australian director Baz Luhrmann (Strictly Ballroom, Moulin Rouge, The Great Gatsby) kicked up his heels at the launch party of Melbourne Emporium in the CBD.
LISTEN: The ACCC is taking legal action against a number of large petrol chains, who are accused of using a subscription-only petrol price sharing website to increase prices in breach of the Trade Practices Act.
LISTEN: With the birth of a baby boy last week, a Melbourne family now has four generations born on the same day.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: It is believed a government department shared personal details with strangers in a mailing bungle.
LATEST: A Jewish primary school in Armadale evacuated due to a security threat has been given the all-clear.
PHOTOS: A truck fire on CityLink near the Burnley Tunnel caused major delays for peak-hour motorists this morning
LISTEN: Tony Abbott tells of extent of Australian involvement in ISIL, and calls for 'redoubling' of vigilance.
LISTEN: Pensioners are waging a war against the government today.
NEWS: The Napthine Government is introducing new "sexting" laws, which will see young people avoid criminal conviction.
LISTEN: The AFL has told Richmond it could lose a home game at the MCG next year and the Tigers aren't happy.
EXCLUSIVE: Melbourne has formulated an ambitious plan to regenerate its struggling list that could involve trading out some of the team's biggest names.
LISTEN: A billboard representing images of Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela, comparing Palestine to apartheid era South Africa has been erected at South Melbourne.
ASADA: The Cronulla Sharks have confirmed five players currently contracted to the club have been issued with show-cause notices from ASADA.
LISTEN: Essendon North Primary school has been hit by an outbreak of measles with students, staff and volunteers being urged to stay away if they're not immunised.
LISTEN: More than 1000 students have rallied in the centre of the city, bringing traffic to a standstill in the latest show of force against education reforms by the Abbott government.
LISTEN: ACA Lawyers have today announced a class action lawsuit against Telstra, just eight days after Maurice Blackburn launched their history making battle against the banks.
LATEST: There are unconfirmed reports that a US journalist has been beheaded in Iraq as a "message" to President Obama to end air strikes.
FIXED: The Napthine Government will close a legal loophole that prevented the biological parents of a child born through surrogacy to be named on the baby's birth certificate.
PHOTO: But surely he can't pay the fine to himelf?
LISTEN: Deceptive charity bins that have nothing to do with charity have taken over Melbourne’s railway stations.
LISTEN: Channel Seven's bought back the Commonwealth Games, and Bruce is excited.
LATEST: A multi-car smash at Tarneit this morning has turned fatal.
LATEST: An unusual smell in an Australia Post truck has sparked a full scale emergency in Sunshine West overnight.
LISTEN: The AFL is set to trial a controversial roof policy with Etihad Stadium which would see the roof partially open and closed for different matches.
LISTEN: St Kilda CEO Matt Finnis has denied claims the club is interested in applying for a priority pick.
LISTEN: After much speculation, Cameron Ling has made the decision to stay in the media despite impressive coaching offers.
LISTEN: A nine-year-old boy has today been recognised with an Ambulance Victoria bravery award after saving his mother’s life.
LISTEN: Circumstances of a mother and her child falling into the Yarra River today have been described as "very odd".
SPRING ST: Senior government minister Louise Asher has told question time Frankston MP Geoff Shaw wanted to travel to London and Paris to propose and get married to his girlfriend while suspended from parliament.
LISTEN: Clive Palmer has stood by his comments on ABC's Q&A, claiming "mongrels" accurately describes the Chinese government.
LISTEN: Hundreds of prospective cabbies and some already on the road have failed the new taxi knowledge test.
LISTEN: Julie Bishop slams Clive Palmer and has a message for China.
PHOTOS: Doug couldn't believe his eyes when he saw a young person hanging from the back of this train.
WATCH: Though the British TV high-school sitcom The Inbetweeners only aired for three seasons between 2008 and 2010 its portrait of life as seen by four bottom-feeding friends quickly became hugely popular.
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