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ROUND 8: Following Collingwood's thrilling win over Geelong on Saturday night, the Magpies players went behind closed doors without the coaches for a meeting, as a result of a 'blue' that Nathan Bukcley admitted to making the week before.
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ROUND 8: Friday night's two point thriller between West Coast and North Melbourne gave us plenty of talking points.
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SHOCKING VIDEO: Man punched to ground with a single blow in horrifying CBD bashing.
AFL: Demetriou defends the AFL drug policy, saying the AFL has no addicts.
COURT OF APPEAL: Drug lord and gangland figure Tony Mokbel has lost an appeal against his conviction and sentence for drug trafficking.
DAVID BECKHAM: One of the world's most famous footballers has decided to retire, ending one of the most glorified careers in sporting history.
TOM ELLIOTT: The Department of Education and the Teachers’ Union would have to cede powers to state school boards made up of parents and former pupils. From what I observed during the recent strike, that’s simply never going to happen.
AFL: AFL boss Andrew Demetriou has insisted that the bump is not dead.
TOM ELLIOTT: A Drive program listener has proved that Myki day passes really do exist.
STUDENT STUNT: The Salvation Army has described a group of university students’ ‘undercover’ operation, in which one man posed as a homeless person, as ‘incredibly frustrating’.
IN THE CLEAR: An Indian police chief says there is no evidence linking Shaun Tait to the match-fixing bust that has rocked the Indian Premier League.
TARNEIT: A man is recovering in hospital with burns and shrapnel wounds after a gas bottle explosion in Tarneit this morning.
CONTENT WARNING: Paramedic ‘Al’ was moved to phone Neil Mitchell to reveal how the pressures of the job had led to him being diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This article contains details which may cause distress.
TEXAS: At least six people have been killed in tornados that hit an area west of Dallas in Texas.
DRUG TESTING: AFL reveals there were 26 positive illicit drug tests in 2012, a 400 per cent increase from the previous year.
MUSIC SHOCK: Australian music icon Judith Durham 'amazed' by support to hemorrhage news.
CAN YOU HELP: A heartless thief has stolen sentimental photographs belonging to the family of a seriously ill child from a car in Clayton.
COURT: A man accused of murdering his grandparents and setting fire to their Yarraville home has pleaded not guilty.
AFL: Kevin Sheedy has responded a claims from a soccer identity that he is a "disgrace" to Australia who needed to prove he wasn't a racist.
NEIL MITCHELL EXCLUSIVE: I have discovered today that another ambulance officer from the south-eastern suburbs has committed suicide. This is the second ambulance officer to suicide in five weeks - the tenth in five years.
TOM ELLIOTT vs NEIL MITCHELL: Tom Elliott has pulled on the sparring gloves, hitting back at Neil Mitchell's comments that boxing wasn't a sport but instead 'legalised thuggery'. Whose corner are you in?
LIGHT BEER: Can light beer put you over .05? In some cases, it can.
AFL: Collingwood's horror injury run has extended, this time with Dale Thomas suffering a recurrence of his ankle injury.
ORGAN DONATION: The number of Victorians donating their organs has increased by 100 per cent, with the number of Australians donating their organs increasing by 61 per cent overall.
DOGS FOUND: The two dogs believed to have been involved in a frenzied dog attack which required a man to be rushed to hospital are have been located - more than two weeks after the incident occurred.
FAMILY'S GRIEF: Relatives of a man shot dead outside a Thomastown factory earlier this year are pleading for other two men allegedly involved in an attempted robbery to come forward.
STATE'S MOST WANTED MAN: Purana Taskforce detectives have received information to suggest Graham Gene Potter, 55, who has been on-the-run since failing to appear at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court three years ago, is in the Riverina area.
NEIL MITCHELL: How bad is Julia Gillard going. Craig Thomson has dumped Julia Gillard because he thinks she is a bad leader. That is the ultimate insult.
MARIJUANA: A Parliamentary Committee in New South Wales is recommending the legalisation of marijuana for the terminally ill. Neil Mitchell agrees with the idea. “It is time to legalise marijuana, not for every hippy who wants to get stoned,” Neil said.
SHARP SCARE: A Melbourne Zoo worker was 'gibbon' a sharp scare when she accidentally swiped herself with a diabetes injection intended for an ape.
TASKFORCE EAGLE: Country police are coming under the watchful eye of the Victoria Police anti-corruption taskforce over suspected links to outlaw motorcycle gangs in the Goulburn Valley.
GERARD GOES VIRAL: Sports Today host Gerard Healy talks of the fallout after a TV gaffe went viral at the weekend.
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