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Australian great pays tribute to Phil Hughes.
DRAFT: Recap the 2014 AFL Draft.
WATCH: Does this video say more about the officer or the man behind the camera?
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Remarkable phone-snatching story at Clifton Hill.
BREAKING: There's a manhunt underway after a out-of-control BMW collided with a car in Mount Waverley.
ELECTION: Want to know more about the man polls say will be Victoria’s new Premier?
FIRB: Foreigners buying Australian houses will be charged a feehich will go towards better policing changes in Visa status’ and collect a database of information for details on who owns the property.
VICTORIA VOTES: Labor will breath-test MPs, judges and magistrates and impose stiff penalties for those over 0.05 if they win Saturday's state election.
LISTEN: Former Labor leader Mark Latham slams Mia Freedman, Jane Caro and the ABC.
AFL: Paul Roos has all but confirmed Melbourne will select Christian Petracca with one of its two top three picks in Thursday's national draft.
AFL: Over the past two or three years ‘culture’ has become a buzz word of the AFL, with many supporters and media personalities blaming poor culture for poor performance of a football club.
UPDATE: The condition of a woman who was swallowed by a sinkhole in Springvale South yesterday has worsened.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: More than 100 people have been struck down with gastro after high school valedictory.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: In a week where the Premier is advertising every reason to vote for him in Saturday’s election, we didn’t think his singing qualities (or lack of!) would have come into play.
ESSENDON: A plane has made an emergency landing at Essendon Airport after a malfunction with one of its front wheels this afternoon.
CHEAP WINE: Few wine lovers would admit their favourite drop comes from an Aldi, but six of the supermarket's cheap wines have been ranked amongst the best.
WATCH: Video seems to show a council dumping a smelly waste on its own streets.
LANGUAGE: The Macquarie dictionary is changing its definition of the word ‘shirtfront’ following Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s threat to Russian President Vladimir Putin last month.
DRAFT: St Kilda has made its decision on which 18-year-old they will select with its number one pick in Thursday night’s draft and 3AW Football’s Sam McClure has reported it will be Geelong Falcons key forward Paddy McCartin.
MOVING: Incredible response to heartbreaking story of a Mernda family facing their final Christmas together.
WATCH: Labor leader Daniel Andrews cops intense grilling over East West Link.
LISTEN: Following Jacquie Lambie’s split with Palmer United Party this week, pressure is mounting for the Senator to relinquish her seat, while political experts believe that would be unconstitutional.
LISTEN: Cracked toilet seat leaves man scarred, bloodied and embarrassed.
LATEST: Hundreds of people have been forced to flee a city apartment block after a fire broke out early this morning.
LATEST: Daniel Andrews says he'll sack Ambulance Victoria board if he wins Saturday's election.
WATCH: One of Australia’s great music success stories, Guy Sebastian, joined Denis Walter in studio to talk about Madness, his latest album.
FASHION: An Australia designer has created an evening gown from ring pulls usually found on drink cans.
GOSSIP: Quote of the week: “I didn’t realize my head looked so good bald,” Joel Edgerton proffered about his look for his new epic movie, Exodus: Gods and Kings.
WATCH: A horse is a horse, of course , of course, that is unless the horse of course is… BJ the horse from Melbourne.
UPDATE: RSL forced to apologise after man was denied access because he was wearing a turban.
AFL: Fremantle star Nathan Fyfe will not be able to do any overhead work for at least 6-8 weeks as he will have surgery in his shoulder in Melbourne in the coming days.
AFL: Saturday night’s International Rules match against Ireland may well have rejuvenated the whole series, with Australia winning by 10 points in Perth.
RUMOUR UPDATES: A man breaks his leg in dramatic fashion at a magic show and police inspect the theft thousands of worms.
ANTI-DEPRESSANTS: In last week’s ‘post-natal depression awareness week’ Mark Latham wrote an article suggesting that mothers who have anti-depressants should not have had kids.
ABC: There has been quite a large reaction to over 400 job cuts at the ABC with many saying it won’t result in massive savings, however Louise Evans, former manager at Radio National said the work-ethic of many that she worked with was ‘shocking’.
LISTEN: The man who helped saved a baby found down a roadside drain in Sydney believes the child's cries were a last-ditch attempt to attract help.
ONE-PUNCH: Lack of respect, stupidity, drugs and a 'desensitisation to other people' are to blame for violence from young men according to mindset expert Pat Mesiti.
LATEST: The Napthine Government and the Opposition are both promising a parliamentary enquiry into allegations of corruption and abuse of patients at the state's largest disability provider.
WATCH: Ross and John listeners say they've seen the boat east of Melbourne.
GOLF: Life is pretty good for Ryan Ruffels right now. He’s 16-years-old, he’s just finished his year-11 exams and he’s just finished 17th in the Australian Masters golf tournament over the weekend.
One of football's most colourful characters has been diagnosed with cancer.
BAG A BARGAIN: Check out the 3AW Weekends' Buy Swap and Sell List for November 23 Find a bargain every week with Darren James!
Looking to buy something, but don't want to pay marked-up prices in shops?
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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