• Nepal quake 'nothing you can explain'

    Victorian teen Camille Thomas survived the Nepal earthquake and described the devastation to Neil Mitchell from Kathmandu.

    As many as 2500 people are believed to have been killed following the quake.
  • 'Sack me, Fairfax'

    A reporter at the Australian Financial Review has goaded Fairfax into sacking him in a bizarre defence of a disgraced SBS reporter.

    Scott McIntyre (right),sacked over Twitter comments, has found an ally in Geoff Winestock (left).
  • 3AW at Anzac Cove

    Join Justin Smith and Heidi Murphy in Gallipoli for the centenary on Anzac Day.

    3AW at Gallipoli.

Talking Melbourne

'Nothing you can really explain'

Camille Thomas.

1:24 PM   Victorian teen Camille Thomas survived the Nepal earthquake and described the devastation to Neil Mitchell from Kathmandu.

Thousands killed in Nepal

Flames rise from burning funeral pyres during the cremation of victims of Saturday's earthquake, at the Pashupatinath temple on the banks of Bagmati river, in Kathmandu.

8:57 AM   Ross and John speak to an Australian working for Save The Children as search for hunreds, including many Australians, continues.

Burns doesn't 'recall' comment

3AW.

5:02 PM   3AW presenter John Burns has confirmed a complaint has been made against him for allegedly referring to Richmond footballer Bachar Houli as a 'terrorist' at the MCG on Friday night.

'Nothing will be gained': Bishop

Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are scheduled to be executed on Tuesday.

10:20 AM   The Federal Government is making last minute attempts to stop the executions of two Australians on death row in Indonesia.

'Avalon deserves support'

Matthew Guy backs the Government's injection of $12 million into Avalon

6:16 PM   Opposition leader Matthew Guy has backed the Government's injection of $12 million into Avalon.

Clarkson 'a brown and gold dill'

Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson was involved in a heated clash.

Jake Bourke 12:13 PM   Hawthorn coach "failed" as a leader by lashing out at a man outside an Adelaide hotel, according to an anti-violence group.

Government's PBS crackdown

Aspirin, paracetamol and Panadol could be removed from the PBS.

4:49 PM   Over-the-counter medications like Panadol could be removed from the PBS to iron out "inefficiencies" in the health system.

'Sack me, Fairfax'

Scott McIntyre (right),sacked over Twitter comments, has found an ally in Geoff Winestock (left).

1:45 PM   A reporter at the Australian Financial Review has goaded Fairfax into sacking him in a bizarre defence of a disgraced SBS reporter.

Win

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Rumour File is back!

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Be the NVP: Win an Alfa

Win an Alfa.

The AFL has one. Most footy clubs have one. Now Neil has one. It's Neil's most Valuable Player award.

Word on the Street

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What’s your Word on the Street? Call Tom Elliott’s Drive Show with your Word on the Street and you could win a brand new Jeep Cherokee Sport Longitude thanks to City Jeep!

Sport

New Friday night plan?

Sam McClure 6:55 PM   The AFL has confirmed it is considering a radical idea of playing a Friday night double-header next season.

GAME DAY: Port v Hawthorn

The Power and Hawks will do battle in a Preliminary Final re-match.

The Power host the Hawks in a re-match of last season's thrilling Preliminary Final.

GAME DAY: Dons v Pies

Collingwood and Essendon will square off at the MCG in the traditional ANZAC Day clash.

Essendon and Collingwood will honour the ANZAC tradition in front of a huge crowd at the MCG.

Life and Culture

Pub of the Week

Tony Leonard 3:58 PM   Tony Leonard's Pub of the Week is the Yorkshire Hotel in Abbotsford.

Tregan Borg reviews Tokyo Tina

Winner winner chicken dinner!

Tregan Borg   Hanoi Hannah and Saigon Sally have welcomed their new sister to the block, Tokyo Tina, a modern Japanese restaurant/bar located on the Windsor end of Chapel Street.

Schembri's reviews

Kevin James on patrol again in the unfairly maligned comedy Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.

Jim Schembri   Jim Schembri's latest movie reviews, including Mall Cop 2, Boychoir and Banksy Does New York.

Network News

Should we switch off at the pump?

Myths are constantly being bandied about and believed after getting enough people thinking they are real.

Are we at risk from home grown jihadists?

In September, October last year, Kurdish fighters and about 200,000 people from the Syrian City of Kobani fled into Turkey. Photo: Getty Images

Up to 400 Aussies could be fighting with ISIS slipping out and back into the country.

Health insurance premiums to soar

Premiums could rise by up to seven per cent. Photo: Glenn Hunt

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he doesn't want to interfere with plans to increase the cost of private health insurance.