THE LATEST NEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS
ELECTION: Labor's big red campaign bus may have landed itself in hot water.
POLITICS: Liberal MP details opponents' stance on sexuality in bizarre social media 'accident'.
TRAFFIC: Four people have been injured in a multi-car collision on the Princes Highway.
LISTEN: Webcams, CCTV cameras and even baby monitors are being targeted by hackers.
PARKING FEES: Hospital car parking across Victoria is raking in $70 million a year by charging patients and their families exorbitant fees.
MOVIES: Movie buff Jim Schembri takes a look at the Hunger Games.
MOVIES: Jim's Movie Cheat Sheet, November 20.
MOVIES: Interview with 'My Mistress' director Stephen Lance.
Ela Carte: Let’s be honest, lots of us will probably never get to dine at Shannon Bennett’s famous restaurant, Vue de Monde.
LISTEN: The family of jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste say they're heartened by news he may be pardoned by the Egyptian President.
RUMOUR UPDATE: A man who was winched and rescued by the air wing in the Viking Ranges, has had to be rescued again.
BREAKING: Dramatic scenes are unfolding at Barwon Prison where a man has produced an explosive device.
Has an obnoxious Queenslander landed in Victoria?
AMBO FIGHT: A paramedic who was disciplined for wearing her uniform in an anti-Coalition advertising campaign has explained why her involvement is personal.
LATEST: Three men have been rescued by water police after they were flung into the ocean during a boat collision at Altona this morning.
WATCH: Clive Palmer has again walked out of a TV interview, refusing to talk because the questions didn't suit him.
LATEST: An enormous petrol tanker has been anchored in Port Phillip bay for more than two weeks because its Australian crew refuses to sail to Singapore where they will be made redundant.
STONED: A rumour confirmation leads to an Australian link to one of rock's most famous guitar introductions.
FIRE WARNINGS: As it approaches the warmer months of the year, it is vital that we are all prepared for potential fires and are given warning when in a potential area of risk.
SOCCEROOS: Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou could be fighting for his job if the team does not perform in January’s Asian Cup, according to Melbourne Victory striker Archie Thompson.
ASADA: Former Essendon ruckman Paddy Ryder is happily married and excited to have found himself at Port Adelaide, however the lingering ASADA case still has him feeling a few nerves.
SHRINE: The premier says he won't act to block the building of an 88-level tower in Southbank, despite claims it'll over-shadow the Shrine of Remembrance.
EQUALITY: Heterosexuality is being left out when it comes to discussion about sexual orientation, which is discrimination in itself according to Casey Councillor Rosalie Crestani.
ARREST: Police have arrested a 29-year old man after a series of alleged incidents including sexual assault and four-armed robberies Melbourne’s inner-north today.
LATEST: A body has been found inside a burning car in Dandenong this morning.
LISTEN: St Kilda boss Matt Finnis speaks for the first time following Stephen Milne's guity plea over indecent assault.
PHOTOS: A giant floating Christmas tree has been launched into Geelong's Corio Bay.
LISTEN: Neil Mitchell believes Clive Palmer is playing dog-whistle politics by linking Jacqui Lambie's demotion as deputy of the Palmer United Party to her battles with depression.
VICTORIA VOTES: Victorian Labor leader Daniel Andrews has had a narrow win in the one and only leaders debate before the state election.
VIDEO: Sly of the Underworld is finally making good on a three-year-old wager with Peter Ryan.
VIDEO: A County Court judge has criticised both police and a driver who were involved in a fiery, expletive-laden exchange after the woman drove through a roadblock.
WATCH: Footage has emerged of police doing The Nutbush on Brisbane streets during the G20.
CAN YOU HELP?: A Victorian family is appealing for the public's help to prolong the life of a critically ill mum, so she can spend more time with her new baby girl.
READ: How the TAC plans to get to a zero road toll.
VIDEO: Neil Mitchell has been sent a video that shows a car's speedo flying up the dial from 80km/h to more than 190km/h in a matter of seconds.
COURT: Stephen Milne escapes conviction but fined $15,000 for indecently assaulting a woman.
SITTING DUCK: Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck restaurant has been target by ticket scalpers.
Aborting the controversial East West Link project would prove a disastrous blow for Melbourne, according to an influential city group.
VIC VOTES: A Labor government has promised to spend $13.4 million upgrading the heritage-listed building.
SHOWBIZ: Jessica Mauboy could soon be ramping up her acting career. While she is busy promoting her new music, the singer harbours a strong desire to expand her big screen presence.
LISTEN: A police officer got a slithering surprise when he searched the backpack of a cyclist in Seaford overnight.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: One of Australia's most famous horse trainers is coming out of retirement.
ARMADALE: A young man has been carjacked at gunpoint by five masked men in Armadale this morning.
APOLLO BAY: Human remains have been discovered following a caravan fire near Apollo Bay.
LISTEN: Victoria's child commissioner has blasted chef Jamie Oliver for feeding his children chilli as a punishment, labelling him a "dickhead" and "cruel".
SHOCKING: After a horror day on the roads in Melbourne where a motorcyclist died, 3AW has been sent disturbing footage from an incident on Sunshine Avenue in Kealba.
TRAFFIC: It's been a horrendous day on the roads with three people killed in separate incidents that closed Melbourne's arterials.
FLAG BURNING: As the G20 summit was wrapping up in Brisbane yesterday, at least six Australian flags were burnt by indigenous activists.
ISIS: Two of the four Australian brothers who have joined ISIS to fight in Syria have been labelled ‘quite obese’ and ‘unfit’ to fight.
PIRACY: The Australian government is planning to outlaw pirate websites with various ways including slowing down the users and introducing an injunction to block users.
DRONE DEBATE: A Mt Martha grandmother is furious after a photo of her topless bathing turned up on a real estate billboard.
OVERNIGHT: A Malvern East family have been left with a $750,000 damage bill after their home was destroyed by fire.
SICK DAYS: Neil Mitchell said he's "amazed" by reports that suggest the average Australian takes nearly 10 sick days a year.
What's on 3AW
You've seen the billboards of Neil, Tom, Ross and John around town at their favourite pockets of Melbourne. Now we want to see YOUR own Melbourne - and it could win you a $2000 account with Bank of Melbourne!
LIVE STREAMING: More people than ever can now watch and listen to 3AW online.
Find out how you can get the best of both worlds - cricket AND talk - this summer using digital radio.
Check out the latest photos from 3AW
Tony's latest reviews including the Palmerston Hotel, South Melbourne, the Palace Hotel, Camberwell, and Footscray's Reverence Hotel.
3AW Breakfast's Ela Carte hunts down the tastiest, funkiest, most fantastic eateries in Melbourne and beyond. Click here for her reviews.
Ross Stevenson and John Burns entertain listeners with their razor sharp wit and oddball humour every morning. And every day the best segments of their on-air - and sometimes off-air - program are published on 3AW.com.au.
Neil Mitchell is one of Australia’s most experienced journalists. He sets the Melbourne news agenda every day from 8:30am to 12pm.
3AW Afternoons provides a feast of entertainment and helpful information between 12 and 3pm every Monday to Friday. Denis Walter, one of 3AW's favourites, hosts the program each day - with highlights regularly uploaded to 3AW.com.au.
Take a new way home with Tom Elliott. In an all-new, three-hour Drive Program, Tom Elliott tackles the issues affecting Melbourne, bringing you the latest news, information, opinion and talk back.
Former AFL stars Dwayne Russell and Gerard Healy keep you informed about the game all year round, but particularly in-season. When AFL takes a break, the boys ensure all of your sporting requirements are met.
Now in their 18th year together, Bruce and Phil are as fresh as ever hosting Australia's most listened to Evening Program . Sunday - Thursday from 8pm until Midnight.
The 3AW Weekends page incorporates Buy Swap and Sell, the Big Backyard, Streetwise, the Big House, Sunday Morning, Talking Health, Blast From The Past and Melbourne Overnight.
Seen Something newsworthy, interesting or funny? Send a video or picture of it to Neil Mitchell!
Shannon Lush is our resident natural product cleaning lady. Do you have any goo that needs removing? Any stubborn stains that won't budge? Shannon will have the answers! Listen to her latest segment now and leave a question for next time.
Find Bob Hart's latest recipes, Tony Leonard's Pub of the Week reviews, La Luna Head Chef Adrian Richardson favourite dishes and Ela Carte's weekly reviews.
Andrew McLaren helps Melbourne get through the night with a refreshing edge. From midnight to 5:30am weekdays, he will keep you entertained and informed.
Never be without Melbourne's favourite talkback station again.
Jim Schembri is one of Australia's most respected film critics. Click here for all your Jim Schembri film reviews, top ten lists, interviews with Australian and Hollywood talent and much much more.
Thanks to the 3AW website, you can now promote your community event, garage sale and basically whatever you want (within reason) to the hundreds of thousands of 3AW web users.