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EXCLUSIVE: The AFL says it will install goal-line technology at the MCG and Etihad Stadium before the end of the season after the Demons-Suns misstep.
MRP: Crows midfielder Richard Douglas has been sent straight to the tribunal for taking out Callan Ward; and Scott Thompson can accept a one-match ban.
PORTLAND: Emergency services are currently trying to rescue six people from a sinking fishing boat near Portland in the state's west.
WEST MELBOURNE: A crane has toppled over on the Melbourne docks injuring the operator.
VIDEO: Have alien beings got their black, bulbous eyes fixed on Melbourne's northern suburbs?
POLICE: An unlicensed and speeding driver caught more than three times the legal blood-alcohol limit says he “felt like some KFC”.
FOUND: Three rucksacks full of precious jewellery have been recovered at Lake Eildon a year after they were reported missing.
LISTEN: The state’s restricted dog breed laws have been described as a "dogs breakfast" by Monash mayor Geoff Lake.
SEARCH: A search has resumed for a swimmer missing near Cape Otway.
KANGAROOS: North Melbourne captain Andrew Swallow gave 3AW Football a rare insight to the Kangaroos, as he provided special comments throughout the match against Collingwood.
LATEST: A Watsonia man has been charged after murdering two young girls, believed to be his daughters, in Melbourne's north-east yesterday.
JIM SCHEMBRI: We kind of knew this already, but it was good of Pierce Brosnan to step up and pierce through the over-ripe adulation his Bond films too often receive by admitting his performance as 007 lacked spark and charm.
LISTEN: Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what academics are going to come up with.
REVIEWS: A double dose from Tregan who visits a Korean hot spot and a vegan eatery with real food.
PHOTOS: Ask for forgiveness, not permission; that's what artist Nick Howson learned.
ELEVATOR ERROR: The heat has been on Richmond all week and it didn’t stop with the players either. Champion forward and much loved 3AW Football expert Matthew Richardson found himself stuck in a lift ahead of the match at the GABBA against Brisbane.
TEAMS: Carlton has named Chris Judd as it seeks to open its account this weekend; and Cats midfielder Josh Caddy is out for two months with a broken foot.
LATEST: A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a woman stabbed in Sunshine yesterday.
CAULFIELD NORTH: A gas leak has forced more than 40 children to evacuate a school holiday program at Caulfield North this afternoon.
LISTEN: Darren James received an unexpected call from a man on the wrong side of the law, which prompted a scathing outburst.
NICK McCALLUM: How many times have you heard this from friends and families – ‘marijuana is a soft drug, I’ve been using it for years and it hasn’t affected me’.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: The owner of a local chocolate company has gone above and beyond to ensure Perth kids get their eggs this Easter.
SALLY COCKBURN: Family Violence doesn’t discriminate. It’s not restricted to a particular postcode, ethnic background or income band.
LATEST: AC/DC has confirmed founding member Malcolm Young has 'taken a break' from Australia's most successful band.
COURT: A court's heard the class action against the hepatitis C doctor who infected more than 50 patients has almost settled.
COURT: The director of a company which collapsed with a financial black hole in the tens of millions of dollars has been jailed.
CCTV IMAGES: Police are searching for a man who threatened a woman with a knife and stole her car at Essendon.
REWARD: Two $1 million rewards have been posted by Victoria Police to help solve two murders now believed to be linked.
BOMB SHOCK: Sly of the Underworld told 3AW Breakfast the peculiar story of Glenn 'The Colonel' Sanders and the incident that caused police to become concerned.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Brace yourselves, all you Marvel comic book-into-movie fans! Prepare to be not amazed!
TEAMS: Richmond has made one change to the side to face Brisbane at the Gabba tomorrow night. Out-of-sorts forward Ty Vickery is out, making way for Ricky Petterd.
NSW: NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell quits, but insists he still doesn't remember the $3000 bottle of wine.
LISTEN: A 3AW Drive producer says she’s “appalled” after seeing train passengers fail to give up their seat to the elderly on a V/Line train this morning.
BOSTON: Boston police have confirmed they have a male suspect in custody after two unattended backpacks were found at the marathon finish line.
LISTEN: Attorney-General Robert Clark has defended the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission despite it releasing details of its flaws.
LISTEN: Serving soldiers are upset at an Army edict which bans them from enjoying a beer while wearing their uniform on Anzac Day.
COURT: Telecommunications company TPG Internet has been fined $400,000 for denying customers access to the 000 service.
VIDEO: The Emporium shopping mall has opened in the heart of the CBD.
LISTEN: Tom Elliott, the son of former Carlton president John Elliott, has refused to rule himself out of the race for the Blues' top job.
RUMOUR UPDATE: Choirboys frontman Mark Gable says after reading comments from Malcolm Young's son, he doesn't believe the AC/DC guitarist will perform again.
A pet guinea pig and rabbit have been mutilated at a kindergarten in Thornbury.
PHOTOS: Rare lunar eclipse produces low, pink moon low on Melbourne's eastern horizon.
MH370: A leading aviation attorney says he’s disgusted by reports scammers are targeting the families of passengers on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
FOOTBALL: Melbourne midfielder Jack Trengove will miss the rest of the season, after scans revealed a cracked bone in his left foot.
TONIGHT: Melbourne will see its first lunar eclipse in several years at sunset tonight.
CRASH: A man has died after crashing his ute into a parked truck on the Western Ring Road at Fawkner this afternoon.
MALVERN EAST: A man has appeared in court charged over last week's death at Malvern East.
COMPUTER SAYS 'NO': Commonwealth Bank customers are experiencing major issues today.
COURT: A court's heard a speeding driver feared for the safety of his family when involved in a car chase which ended in the death of the other driver.
LISTEN: A young Iraq war veteran says he's upset some people treat Anzac Day as a chance to get drunk and start fights.
ROADS: Police will trial a new camera that can snap drivers using mobile phones and not wearing their seatbelts over the Easter break.
HOW MUCH TO PAY: Motorists are being urged to fill up today ahead of the Easter break with petrol prices set to jump by as much as 20 cents a litre.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Two of Peter Sellers' earliest films - the 1957 shorts Dearth of a Salesman and Insomnia Is Good For You - have been uncovered by film lover Robert Farrow.
LISTEN: Premier Denis Napthine insists the airport rail link will be built under a Coalition government, despite refusing to provide details of what's expected to be a multi-billion dollar project.
LISTEN: Nursing assistants would be employed to take over feeding and bathing patients under radical reforms proposed to save public hospitals $430 million a year.
COURT: A court's heard a man who tried to blackmail someone he thought was an internet pervert was doing the same thing to dozens of other children.
POWER OUTAGE: Up to 60 homes and businesses have been without power for more than 14 hours after a drunk driver crashed into a power pole at Montmorency last night.
LISTEN: Police are searching for an arsonist who lit several fires while firefighters were extinguishing another fire in a Port Melbourne aged care complex.
CAMPBELLFIELD: Homicide squad detectives are searching for two men who may be able to help as they investigate the death of a 63-year-old woman at a Campbellfield hotel earlier this month.
EXCLUSIVE: Watch what happens when police divers search the Barwon River for stolen vehicles.
SUNDAY ROAST: Another round of football, another Sunday Roast and Sweet feast.
BAG A BARGAIN: Check out the 3AW Weekends' Buy Swap and Sell List for April 13. Find a bargain every week with Darren James!
FULL FORWARD: “I want Lloydy back! I want Richo back! I want Plugger back!” Brian Taylor is upset with the demise of the traditional full forward and it seems like a lot of people are with him.
BAG A BARGAIN: Check out the 3AW Weekends' Buy Swap and Sell List for April 12. Find a bargain every week with Darren James!
LISTEN: Reports suggest 72 per cent of Victorian hotels will opt to close their restaurants and bars and forgo housekeeping this Easter long weekend to avoid paying penalty rates to staff.
LISTEN: An elderly wheelchair-bound woman denied the disabled train spot by a cyclist has been attacked after photographing the woman for evidence.
TOM ELLIOTT: Joe Hockey has made it very clear that we're in for a tough budget. I reckon pensions, healthcare and welfare are all in the firing line.
MH370: Authorities are confident they know the location of the black box from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
FIXED: Facebook has back-tracked on its decision to defend a page attacking Anzacs.
LISTEN: Tony Shaw has questioned the appropriateness of celebrity model Megan Gale posing naked for a photo shoot while pregnant.
ELA CARTE: I’m always happy to help out with a suggestion for an occasion or event, but the tables were turned recently when family announced they’d be visiting from overseas for a fortnight.
REVIEW: To really impress them? One of the most beautiful looking restaurants in Melbourne.
LISTEN: American actress Lucy Lawless also known as ‘Xena – The Warrior Princess’ joins Darren James in the studio.
FEE RISE: Transport Minister Terry Mulder denies extra charges will encourage drink-driving.
COURT: The Australian head of an international match fixing syndicate has pleaded guilty to rigging local soccer games.
LISTEN: A legal loophole has seen one of Victoria's worst drink-drivers avoid a jail sentence for his over-the-limit madness.
LISTEN: Hoon drivers will soon have their vehicles immobilised at their homes in a bid to ease the pressure and costs of impound facilities.
MORNING WRAP: A man has been rescued after becoming wedged under a tram at Collingwood.
TEAMS: Carlton coach Mick Malthouse has axed stars Jarrad Waite and Jeff Garlett following last week's embarrassing loss to Essendon.
FULL COVERAGE: The Coalition has been warned a crackdown on aged pensions could end its government.
LISTEN: Geelong coach Chris Scott says they are better placed this year, with two tall ruckman to counter Eagles Dean Cox and Nic Naitanui.
SEE THE PICTURES: A St Kilda priest is using crucifixes to make a bold political statement on Australia's asylum seeker policy.
LISTEN:A new study has found the proposed high-speed rail system between Melbourne and Brisbane is more commercially viable than the government has revealed.
PROPERTY: For the first time more than 50 Melbourne suburbs have hit the million-dollar mark.
FIX IT: The Commonwealth Bank says it will reverse a decision to refuse a dying, long-time customer his mortgage insurance payout.
JIM SCHEMBRI: This terrific Muppets sequel doesn't need to waste any time getting the gang back together and so dives head-long into the type of loopy, cameo-encrusted adventure.
REVIEWS: Each year at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, tens of thousands of people go in search of that very experience in a bid to lose themselves in fun and glee.
WINCHELSEA: Emergency services are working to free a cattle truck which is dangling off a bridge at Winchelsea.
LISTEN: Former Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett has made the radical call that Hawks should relocate to Launceston.
BOB HART: Here is food legend Elizabeth David’s original recipe. And if you have never made it, or never realized where it came from, make it now, and be amazed.
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