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Victoria has once again been hit by wild winds, with homes across the state damaged by fallen trees.
6:49 AM Police wish to speak with a man over an alleged sexual assault on a tram at the the weekend.
7:21 AM Health minister Jill Hennessy has hit back at anti-vaccine social media trolls who've abused and threatened her.
7:59 AM A ban on heavy trucks using the West Gate Bridge is about to get underway. But where will they go?
6:38 AM A man is fighting for life in hospital after an alleged assault at Frankston.
4:50 PM The Law of Institute of Victoria's Andrew Halphen debates mandatory sentencing with Tom Elliott.
6:48 PM It took far, far longer than expected, but Travis Cloke is a Bulldog, he spoke with Sports Today.
5:35 PM Children are relying more and more on their parents when it comes to borrowing money for a house.
1:41 PM A new liquor store in Melbourne's east positioned as a low-cost, cut-price store has been dubbed the 'Bunnings' of the booze market.
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9:14 AM A grandmother who believes her grandson was involved in a disturbing Port Melbourne burglary says she's furious.
3:55 PM Homicide Squad detectives are questioning two men after the discovery of a body in Kensington.
Motorcyclists will be the target of a massive road safety blitz set to get underway ahead of the MotoGP.
10:23 AM Staff at an overnight cafe for the homeless were threatened on Tuesday night, Lord Mayor Robert Doyle says.
Lauren Hilbert 10:37 AM Yarra Trams customer service staff will be equipped with iPads as part of a $110,000 program.
10:32 AM Police are trying to make contact with Tour de France champ Cadel Evans.
11:31 AM Bernard Salt joined Neil Mitchell to delve into the debate he started on the housing market, millennials, and smashed avocado.
2:36 PM Jaeger O'Meara has been traded to Hawthorn.
12:02 PM Lord Mayor Robert Doyle says some Victorians are yet to receive their ballot packs as the deadline looms for council elections.
Victoria's top "fat cats" are in line for another round of hefty pay rises as the Andrews Government moves to keep top performers.
Ross and John take nominations for the most boring city on earth.
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