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10:36 AM Neil Mitchell has been sent an explosive email from the wife of former MFB chief Peter Rau.
9:07 AM You'll struggle to meet a more dedicated Western Bulldogs fan this week than David Chapman!
3:57 PM A family is aiming to take four of the seven seats on Nillumbik council in Melbourne's north.
5:51 PM There have been renewed calls to reduce the speed limit across suburban Melbourne to 30km per hour.
5:54 PM Cultural Studies lecturer tells Tom Elliott we do have a class system in Australia.
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3:19 PM Jessica Mauboy joined Denis Walter in studio to talk about her new TV show The Secret Daughter. But only just!
11:11 AM Bulldogs president Peter Gordon has hit back at those who wanted to merge the club in 1989.
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Life and Culture
Jim Schembri Spin Out fails to draw, Leto to play Warhol, and Russia supports Snowden biopic.
Jim Schembri Jim Schembri reviews Snowden, Storks, and The Beatles: Eight Days A Week.