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LISTEN: Another photo involving the Hockeyroos has gone viral after Brooke Peris and teammates managed to get a second royal snap.
EXCLUSIVE ONE-ON-ONE: Watch the full interview in which Daniel Andrews speaks out about the tape scandal that has embroiled state politics.
TWEETS: Essendon champ Matthew Lloyd has slammed the current AFL players who took to Twitter to censure Ty Vickery for his hit on Dean Cox.
TOM ELLIOTT: Drug addiction is not a disease, it involves consciously sticking whatever substance it is into your veins, up your nose, into your lungs.
LISTEN: Melbourne has emerged as one of the front-runners in the scramble to sign free agent Nick Malceski from the Swans, reports Sam McClure.
PHOTOS: A seal has swum all the way along the Yarra River from Port Phillip Bay, playing and catching two big fish before ending up in South Yarra.
LISTEN: Andrew Holden, editor-in-chief of The Age, has questioned why the dictaphone involved in the leaked Ted Baillieu tapes was destroyed and not returned.
LISTEN: "Unfair" - that's the way the Victoria's peak body for social services has summed up Abbott government plans to increase the expectations placed upon the unemployed.
MRP: Richmond ruckman Tyrone Vickery has been referred directly to the tribunal by the Match Review Panel for whacking Eagle Dean Cox in the face during Friday night's game.
LISTEN: Police are not happy with a sentence handed to a motorist who fled the scene of a fatal hit-run in Forest Hill last year.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A junior footy team is livid after it lost a game on the weekend after an injured player was forced to retake a crucial kick for goal after the siren.
NEIL'S PICS: 3AW Mornings has been sent a photo of a car donning a homemade number plate which reads 'DEATH to all Israeli militant Nazis'.
WATCH: When filmmaker Sophia Turkiewicz was seven her Polish mother put her in an Adelaide orphanage for two years. This lead to a deeply held resentment that lasted a long time, though - luckily - not a life time.
NEIL'S PICS: A Melbourne man has been left stunned after being billed $1095 for one night in a secure parking lot in the city.
LISTEN: We often joke about bucket lists, and what you want to get done before you die.
VIDEOS: Look out, Glasgow - Ross and John have landed!
LISTEN: Pedestrians are being urged to take extra care when listening to music and speaking on their mobile phone in busy areas.
GLASGOW: There are silly questions and there are irrelevant questions and irrelevancy took over in the Usain Bolt press conference at Glasgow.
ALP: Senior Labor officials have admitted to listening to and downloading the contents of a dictaphone belonging to an Age journalist.
LATEST NEWS: A young woman has serious burns following an assault in Ardeer overnight.
AFL: Mike Sheahan interviews Tony Shaw.
AFL: Mike Sheahan interviews Matthew Richardson.
AFL: Nick Maxwell joined 3AW Football for an extended discussion on his career.
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IMMIGRATION: The Abbott government has confirmed 157 asylum seekers intercepted last month will soon be sent to the Australian mainland.
MH17: Prime Minister Tony Abbott says a further 100 federal police officers will be sent to Ukraine as the MH17 recovery effort gathers pace.
LISTEN: A Blackburn resident is outraged that his local bus route is will be taken out of service this weekend.
MOVIE NEWS: Director Mark Romanek is lacing up to preside over Overlook Hotel, a prequel to Stanley Kubrick's 1980 horror flick The Shining.
CONFIRMED: Suspended Essendon coach James Hird will play no part in the rest of the Bombers' 2014 season.
CRIME: Police have arrested a man wanted over a terrifying home invasion in South Yarra earlier this week.
LISTEN: A speed camera at a busy St Kilda intersection has raked in nearly $2 million in fines within a 27-day period, but Neil Mitchell has questioned its fairness.
WATCH: The McClymonts sisters join Denis Walter in the studio and perform live.
FOOTBALL Brisbane Lions have officially announced Greg Swann as the club's new chief executive officer, as first reported by Sports Today.
LISTEN: Kids exposed to gambling during childhood are more likely to become serious gamblers later in life, according to a new study.
PHOTO: Neil Mitchell's had a crack at left-handed writers, but we reckon this right-hander isn't helping his case...
PHOTO: A selfie by two Australian hockey players at the Commonwealth Games is gaining world wide notoriety, after it was photobombed by royalty.
LISTEN: AFL boss Gillon McLachlan says he doesn’t know why the Pies and Crows' final-like clash is being held in such an unpopular timeslot.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Most people wouldn’t last 10 years in a job, let alone a decade times four and more.
LISTEN: Collingwood star Luke Ball says the majority of AFL players would be prepared to take a pay cut if it meant playing fewer matches.
LISTEN: Senator Jacqui Lambie says she was just being a "normal Aussie girl" when she said she likes her men well-endowed.
MOVIE NEWS: Ron Howard is preparing to make a Beatles documentary charting their touring life from the Cavern to their final gig in San Francisco's Candlestick Park in 1966.
AFL: Mike Sheahan goes one on one with Matthew Lloyd on the media, diving, Brad Sewell, Matthew Knights and much more.
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