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BORDER PROTECTION: A person of interest travelling to Lebanon was taken off a flight at Melbourne Airport by counter-terrorism authorities on Monday.
LISTEN: Ambulance Victoria has confirmed the Geelong region was without ambulances during its peak period last night.
LISTEN: Retiring West Coast champion Dean Cox says flying business class is the reason he’s had such a long AFL career.
AFL: Collingwood footballer Dane Swan has come under fire for posing in a photo with prominent underworld figure Toby Mitchell at a restaurant on Tuesday.
LISTEN: One of Australia's leading mental health advocates wants Australia to investigate the possible use of marijuana in fighting psychosis.
LISTEN: A woman says she was shaken after being verbally attacked by a protesting firefighter while entering the Premier’s dinner at Mordialloc last night.
WATCH: When it comes to Aussie rock, nobody has taken the Aussie music scene quite like Jimmy Barnes.
NEIL MITCHELL: I have a dream in which every Australian is driving a Mercedes-Benz
RUMOUR UPDATE: The AFL says it will reconsider a rule that prevents Australian children from participating in its Multicultural Cup.
LATEST: A woman has been indecently assaulted in a city car park.
DONNA DEMAIO: Miley Cyrus compares herself to Elvis in this week's Gossip Sheet.
LATEST: The Tullamarine Freeway has re-opened after a two-vehicle smash forced its closure city-bound at Bulla Road this morning.
LISTEN: Doctor Peter Larkins says former Geelong footballer Matthew Egan’s decision to sue the club’s doctor and orthopaedic surgeon is odd.
LISTEN: St Kilda's retiring club great Lenny Hayes says he’s yet to make any decision on his future, adding he has never said he will go into a coaching role.
KIM WILLIAMS: Media heavyweight, AFL commissioner, musician... And followed by a ghost.
LISTEN: An employment expert has urged parents to take action to ensure Victoria's youth unemployment rates improve.
LISTEN: Asylum seekers on Christmas Island say the federal government has failed in its duty of care and should pay them compensation.
DONNA DEMAIO: The second season of Real Housewives of Melbourne has begun filming. There are two new faces after season one's Andrea Moss decided not to return to the show.
DRYSDALE: Police say a man has been taken to a Melbourne hospital after a jack supporting a truck collapsed on him at Drysdale.
LISTEN: The Abbott government denies changes to the building industry code will impact on rostered days off for workers.
PHOTOS: The Neil Mitchell program has been sent photos of political speech painted on their house regarding on Israel.
LISTEN: Qantas and Virgin passengers no longer need to turn their electronic devices off for take-off and landing.
LISTEN: Matthew Lloyd says in four weeks Lance Franklin may well be a three-time premiership player, three-time Coleman medallist, five times All-Australian, best and fairest and a Norm Smith medallist.
LISTEN: Opposition leader Daniel Andrews has told Tom Elliott there is 'no doubt medical cannabis saves lives'.
POLICE: Police are appealing for any witnesses to come forward regarding a possible abduction of a child at Glen Iris.
LISTEN: Sydney Swans midfielder Dan Hannebery says there will be no ‘flirting with form’ so close to September.
LISTEN: The head of the Victoria Council of Social Services has rejected suggestions pensioners should have compulsory income management.
LISTEN: A Melbourne woman on a disability pension says she can't get an infected tooth extracted for 18 months and fears she will lose more teeth while she waits.
WATCH: The organiser of the Ice Bucket Challenge world record attempt says he's 'tickled pink' with the success of the event.
LISTEN: Taxi passengers are feeling safer in cabs, according to the latest customer satisfaction survey.
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