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BAG A BARGAIN: Check out the 3AW Weekends' Buy Swap and Sell List for November 1. Find a bargain every week with Darren James!
WATCH: Amanda Pollard's a successful businesswoman and devoted mother. And she's a crook.
LISTEN: What started as a day of promise has ended in finger-pointing between the government and paramedics.
PHOTOS: Quick-thinking motorists have stopped a V/Line train as it travelled towards a deserted car sitting across the rail line at Lara.
BODY IMAGE: The body size of Rebecca Judd is a discussion worth having rather than ignoring according to social commentator Suzie O’Brien.
WATCH: Food tests? Not this girl. Cushla Travels flirts with handsome celebrities, mocked their jobs and did some slap dancing.
HUMAN NATURE: Australian pop vocal group Human Nature spend most of their year living and performing in Las Vegas, so when they’re back home it’s always exciting to catch up with them.
COSBY: Popular US afternoon program host Queen Latifa has been left without a key guest on her show as a story continues to bubble about sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby.
GHOST PICTURE: It’s the day of the year for creepy tales and ghost stories.
LISTEN: Brunswick Street traders are divided over plans to cut car access down Fitzroy's cosmopolitan hub.
WESTPAC: A mother found herself in a ‘hilarious’ situation with the Westpac Bank recently when she tried to make changes to her three-year-old sons account.
LISTEN: Neil Mitchell may have fallen foul of Australia's new national security laws by broadcasting audio of children chanting hateful anti-Western messages.
SEX ATTACKER: A teenager is on the run after a violent broad-daylight attack on a woman at Altona.
AFL: AFL fans could be watching one match a week via a pay-per-view service produced by AFL media in the next TV rights deal.
AFL: One of the biggest stories of the 2014 season was when the league’s best player Gary Ablett went down with a dislocated shoulder and unfortunately the stars recovery is going slower than first hoped.
CRIME: The family of murdered seven-year-old Linda Stilwell says they feel vindicated after a Coroner's Court ruled convicted child killer Derek Percy caused the death of their daughter.
WORD ON THE STREET: Even when you know you haven’t done anything wrong, if you get pulled over by the police in your car it is never a good feeling.
FEMINISM: If Julie Bishop says she isn’t a feminist, we shouldn’t force her to be one according to long-term member of the Women’s Electoral Body Eva Cox.
LISTEN: Lord Mayor Robert Doyle is leading a push to increase taxes on cheap cask wine in an effort to combat alcohol-fuelled violence.
BOB HART: Coq-au-vin has long been a bistro stalwart and, as such, has suffered some serious indignities at the hands of pub chefs and others in this country.
MINDFULNESS: Having a clear mind and controlling the way our brain thinks might sometimes seem like a battle, but mindfulness is the key to making good decisions according to Dr Jeffrey Schwartz, an expert in the field.
POPPY: Students at Mossfiel Primary School in Hoppers Crossing are being told they cannot wear Poppy bracelets for Remembrance Day by their teacher.
FIXTURE: The AFL has listened to its fans with the 2015 fixture, by ramping up the amount of Saturday and Sunday afternoon matches at the MCG and completely cutting Sunday and Monday night matches altogether.
TURF WAR: The AFL is literally standing its ground as a rift between itself the A-League grows over the use of the MCG or Etihad Stadium in May next year.
OUR CITY: The East-West Link would be a waste of money better spent of building new 'compact communities', according to one the world's leading city planners.
LATEST: Paramedics in protective suits have transported a man to hospital, sparking fears of an Ebola case that never was.
POLITICS: The Napthine government is heading for a crushing electoral loss and could become the first one-term government since 1955 if the latest polls prove correct.
BREAKING: A man who fatally stabbed a man in front of shocked onlookers in Chinatown in Melbourne's CBD yesterday claims he was acting in self-defence.
PICS: These might not be lite, but Neil Mitchell listener Martina doesn't think they're that easy to deliver!
VIDEO: There was no horsing (sorry) around when Francesca Cumani joined 3AW Breakfast in the studio this morning.
BULLDOGS: The Western Bulldogs coaching role is still open and Mark Williams is the man for the job, according to Gerard Healy and Nathan Brown.
DRAFT: The NAB AFL Draft is less than a month away and we expect to see St Kilda select Eastern Rangers tough inside midfielder Christian Petracca with its number one pick.
AFL: Despite criticism for the seven-year, multi-million dollar deal for Tom Boyd, the Western Bulldogs future is now looking strong, according to club great Brad Johnson.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A plucky burglar has been nabbed by police after trying to plunder one too many houses in the same street.
IMMIGRANTS: Australians are becoming more tolerant to immigrants and our faith in the government has increased over the past year, according to recent research.
EVOLUTION: The Pope has today said he believes in evolution, which creates the debate of Creation vs Evolution.
AIR BNB: The state government has cut a deal with online accommodation provider Air Bed and Breakfast to provide accommodation in emergencies.
LISTEN: We are entering a new era for victims of crime, largely thanks to the strength and determination of two powerful women - Rosie Batty and Bridget O'Toole - who have stood up for decency, says Neil Mitchell.
MELBOURNE CUP: Drinking too much will cost racegoers hundreds as police look to crack down on drunken behaviour at Flemington.
TERRORIST: The Abbott Government says it's looking into reports the most senior Australian involved in ISIL has been killed.
AFL: North Melbourne Football Club has confirmed that one of its listed players, Trent Dumont has been charged with aggravated robbery and released on bail in relation to an incident in South Australia on October 12.
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