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VIDEO: An Australian teenager - who told his mother he was going on a fishing trip in June - has turned up with ISIL members, sending a chilling online message to Australia and the west.
VIDEO: A truck driver has escaped from his vehicle unharmed after the back of his rig became engulfed in flames on EastLink.
EDITORIAL: Gerard Healy tells his strong stance on the AFL's decision to band Sydney from treading in the next two years due to COLA.
AFL: St Kilda CEO Matthew Finnis insists the club has not sacked Head of Football Chris Pelchen and they aim to make the change a smooth one.
PHOTO: Is the childhood home of former prime minister Gough Whitlam earmarked for demolition?
COUNCIL MADNESS: Mayor uses deciding vote to pass paid parking in Yarraville.
GOUGH WHITLAM: On the day of mourning for late former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, Tom Elliott has reflected on Whitlam’s life and come up with a list. The list includes the good and bad sides of Gough Whitlam.
OPINION: It's time for Australians to stand-up to the likes of potty-mouthed rapper 360, according to Neil Mitchell.
UBERX: Taxi Services Commissioner Graeme Samuel is well aware of issues regarding illegal commercial passenger transport, including UberX drivers.
TRANSPORT: A rail line to Mernda will be built no matter which party wins the state election, with the Napthine government announcing an $800 million transport plan for the region.
LISTEN: In a world-first procedure, doctors have used a 3D printer to save a Victorian man from having his leg amputated.
EUTHANASIA: We first met Peter Short, 57, in May when he had around five months to live. He has a terminal oesophageal cancer and working on his original time frame, he has ten days to live.
PHOTOS: Ross and John mixed it with the best at Tuesday's Cox Plate breakfast in search of some winners ahead of the big day this weekend.
REPORT: An inquest into the death of Luke Batty has heard several red flags were raised in the months leading up to his murder by his father.
STREET VIOLENCE: The mother of David Cassai, who was killed on a one-punch attack, says her heart goes out to the family of a university student killed in a violent attack in Melbourne at the weekend.
EAT AND LEAVE: Neil Mitchell says "fixed-timed dining" is anathema to patrons seeking a relaxed, pleasurable restaurant experience.
UBERX: A former British riot police officer and now Uber partner has committed to making ten citizens arrests this week in Sydney, against ‘UberX drivers’.
CAGE FIGHTING: The debate regarding cage fighting in Victoria continues, as State Opposition Leader Daniel Andrew believes it is not the government’s responsibility to tell people which sports they should and shouldn’t like.
MOIRA KELLY: Moira Kelly is the women who bought conjoined twins Trishna and Krishna into our lives. For many years she has provided a home and health care for many underprivileged children from all over the world.
THE BLOCK Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Regional Metro Manager Richard Marks has given ‘The Block’ a tick of approval after the show was caught out faking a visit from EPA when they discovered thousands of litres of fuel on the building site.
FENCE FIGHT A Port Melbourne house is up for a battle against the council, all because of the colour (or should we say ‘colours’) of its fence.
FIXED: Wealthy benefactors have thrown hundreds of wildlife animals a lifeline at the dramatic auction of a peninsula sanctuary.
ICE EPIDEMIC: The Salvation Army is calling for urgent action after revelations that four staff have been attacked by ice users in the past two months.
RUMOUR UPDATE: A plucky student who thumbed his nose to a school rule to raise money for charity looks set to get a much-up day reprieve.
GALLERY: Denis Walter broadcasting live from the 'Dawn Princess' cruise-ship.
HAVE YOUR SAY: The "Situ-Asian" and a boxing lawyer back Labor's claims cage fighting is safer than the alternative.
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ASADA: ASADA has reissued show cause notices to 34 past and present Essendon players as they ramp up their action over the 2012 supplements program.
WORD PLAY: A number of childcare centres are reportedly changing the lyrics of popular nursery rhyme "Baa Baa Black Sheep", claiming the children's song is racist.
WATCH: Matthew Guy gleefully shares a mid-interview text message with Neil Mitchell.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A pet dog has been mauled to death by another dog in a busy Melbourne park.
SUPERANNUATION: With fewer Australians buying houses, there are calls to allow young people to have access to their superannuation funds to contribute to their first home.
LISTEN: Thousands of Jehovah's Witnesses are descending on Melbourne for a three-day convention to be held at Etihad Stadium starting today.
ELA CARTE: At Elyros, you’ll be transported to Crete – and let’s be honest, not many of us know exactly what they might entail, so we’re pretty much in their hands!
LISTEN: University of Sydney has suspended Professor Barry Spurr, effective immediately, after he sent offensive emails to colleagues.
CROSS-DRESSING: A school in Mont Albert North has prevented its students from a student-driven initiative to have a ‘cross-dressing’ day, where boys come to school dressed as girls, and vice-versa.
BUS ATTACK: The mother of a 14-year-old autistic boy who was attacked on a bus says her son won’t catch a bus for years and the incident as really put a dampener on his development.
CHARLIE BOORMAN: Charley Boorman has enjoyed a great deal of time on two wheels travelling the world with buddy Ewan McGregor in the popular "Long Way" series.
LISTEN: Prime Minister Tony Abbott should seek counselling after he threatened to physically intimidate Vladimir Putin, according to a Pravda journalist.
LATEST: An intruder has died after falling through the roof of an abandoned nursing home at Reservoir.
LISTEN: A Swiss judge is hunting for heirs to a fortune and believes they may be in Australia.
SPRING ST: The man at the centre of allegations of a bizarre 'porn ring' within the Liberal Party says he's done nothing wrong, denying there was any illegal activity involved.
RUMOUR FILE UPDATE: Is the MCG about to get Wi-Fi?
EBOLA: The Australian Government needs to take the Ebola outbreak far more seriously, according to Greens Health Spoke person Richard Di Natale, who said the illness is a bigger threat than terrorism.
TRADE PERIOD: Collingwood has won the premiership of the trade period, according to Dwayne Russell.
LISTEN: The owner of a city pet store maintains the dog he sold as a pure-bred miniature poodle is what it says on the tin.
AFL: There are drug traffickers taking to an online website to get their deals done, according Detective Inspector John Manly.
AFL: Despite the lingering drugs saga at Essendon, each player who went to Essendon over the trade period wanted to go to the club, according to list-manager Adrian Dodoro.
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