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Great Ocean Road is now closed between Fords Road and the Boulevard.

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Hird gagged and no match-day role

James Hird LISTEN: James Hird and the Essendon board met last night to discuss the exiled coach's return to the club, reports Sam McClure.

'Most players want fewer games'

Colllingwood's Luke Ball 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.

'Sending porn at work is not ok'

INTERNET PORN LISTEN: A director of workplace relations says distributing pornography in the workplace is not a black-and-white, sackable offence. Tom Elliott disagrees.

Nitschke: This won't stop me

Dr Nitschke told 3AW News that Ms Parsons left a letter after her death LISTEN: Euthanasia campaigner Dr Philip Nitschke says he will appeal the Australian Medical Board's decision to deregister him.

Ins and outs: Round 18 Part B

3AW Football - Teams Collingwood has named Ben Reid for his first game of the season, as Luke Ball and Dane Swan go out of the side.

'Hamas is not interested in ceasefire'

Gaza City REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly LISTEN: Hamas says it will not accept a full ceasefire with Israel in Gaza unless the long-running blockade of the territory is lifted.

Expert debunks paracetamol report

pills LISTEN:One of Melbourne’s leading back surgeons has dismissed a report paracetamol is ineffective against back pain.

Video: Dramatic bike crash

<b>WATCH:</b> You won't believe won't happens next. EXCLUSIVE: Shocking footage has emerged of the dangers cyclists face on Melbourne roads.

The losing war on dodgy chargers

Potentially dangerous imitation phone chargers are still common in Melbourne. TECHNOLOGY: Why you should treat electrical appliances like milk.

IBAC shown cash exchange footage

. LATEST:The State’s corruption watchdog has been shown video footage of two project managers within the Department of Transport meeting in Docklands to exchange cash.

Bob Hart's golden syrup dumplings

Dumplings.jpg RECIPE: There is a gloriously Australian winter pudding we seldom encounter on menus these days, which is ridiculous. That pudding is golden syrup dumplings.

Tassie turfed from uniforms

Comm Games Swim LISTEN: Hobart's mayor says Tasmania’s exclusion from the map of Australia on our Commonwealth Games uniforms is a 'double whammy insult'.

It's gone too far, let Hunt go

Karmichael Hunt in the new Gold Coast Suns jumper FOOTBALL: The Gold Coast Suns should have done a deal earlier this year to allow Karmichael Hunt to return to rugby league, according to Sydney journalist Philip 'Buzz' Rothfield.

Woman horrified after home attack

Police are investigating a death near Geelong. SOUTH YARRA: A woman, aged in her mid-twenties, is too frightened to return home after being tied up and robbed in her South Yarra home last night.

Kids bullied, adults 'unaware'

bullying LISTEN: A new study has found one in three kids have been bullied at school, while most say their parents don’t even know.

'Fifi's apology was half-baked'

Fifi Box LISTEN: Tom Elliott has described as "laughable" accusations he unleashed a social media 'lynch mob' onto FM radio host Fifi Box.

Two-thirds want cannabis legalised

Marijuana plant LISTEN: There's a renewed push to legalise cannabis for medical purposes and it is gathering a groundswell of community support.

'I'm in deep trouble here'

Barry Lynch LISTEN: A farmer who became trapped under heavy machinery for six hours has spoken about his horrifying ordeal.

Taxi register confusion clarified

taxicom LISTEN: The Taxi Commissioner has made clear details regarding a new public register after a flurry of taxi drivers voiced their concerns.

What the world thinks of Lambie

Portrait of PUP Senator Jacqui Lambie READ: Jacqui Lambie's "well-hung" comments have made headlines around the globe.

Quake rattles northern Melbourne

Earthquake QUAKE: A magnitude 2 to 2.5 earthquake rattled in Melbourne's northern suburbs this morning.

Superfood can't keep up

Why health food fanatics can't get enough of kale. SHORTAGE: Australia is fast running out of trendy superfood kale.

Hird's back and raring to go

James Hird LISTEN: James Hird has returned back to Melbourne and spoken to reporters.

Man killed in bobcat accident

Bobcat LATEST: A man has died in a bobcat accident at Wodonga in the state's North East.

Big Apple: iPhone screens go large

Phubbing is a growing trend in society. LATEST: iPhone screens look set to become much bigger as soon as this year.

'Rational people' will still fly Malaysia

Malaysian Airlines LISTEN: A former pilot says “rational people” will still fly with Malaysia Airlines despite two aircraft tragedies in less than five months.

Lambie: 'I'm a normal Aussie girl'

jlambie LISTEN: Senator Jacqui Lambie says she was just being a "normal Aussie girl" when she said she likes her men well-endowed.

Miranda Otto: Reaching for the part

Miranda Otto INTERVIEW: In Reaching for the Moon Miranda Otto plays Pulitzer Prize-winning American poet Elizabeth Bishop, who in the 1950s moved to Rio de Janiero to live with Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares.

101yo's $8K government windfall

Turning 100 has been a windfall for Ivy Laver. RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Christmas has come in July for a 101-year-old Melbourne woman who has received a big cheque and a rent-free promise from the government.

How to fix the footy fixture

The AFL is no doubt the big winner, but are the fans? LISTEN: Caroline Wilson says the bulk the of the emails she receives is not - surprisingly - to do with Essendon but rather suggestions from footy fans on how the fixture can be improved.

Childcare system 'nonsense'

childcare NEIL MITCHELL: A designed to helps people as rich as Gina Rinehart pay for childcare is nonsense.

'The war has resumed'

d LISTEN: An Australian journalist says he’s feeling “very exposed” as war resumes in Donetsk near the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

New party wants seats for cyclists

cyclists LISTEN: Lycra-clad lovers of all things cycling will soon be able to have their interests pedalled in Parliament.

Abbott an 'unpopular' leader

Abbott LISTEN: The Victorian Young Labor president says Prime Minister Tony Abbott is one of the most unpopular leaders we’ve had in Australia.

Cold enough for you?

bird1 PHOTOS: It was -3C in Castlemaine this morning - cold enough to freeze a birdbath.

Epic walk 'changed our lives'

hikeLEAD WATCH: A Melbourne father and son duo say they’ve been forever changed after completing an 800km walk through South-Western Europe for charity.

Matthew's incredible Will to Live

willtolive WATCH: If you think you're having a bad day, think again. This story will inspire you.

Jim's movie cheat sheet, July 22

Beatles 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.

World's most liveable? Who cares

Melbourne Sydney COMMENT: Do Melburnians have an inferiority complex?

Paul Dale, Rodney Collins excused

Paul Dale LATEST: Former detective Paul Dale and Rodney Collins will not be compelled to give evidence in the coronial inquest into the 2004 deaths of police informant Terrance Hodson and his wife Christine.

Retired couple take on graffiti

graff LISTEN: A retired Yarra Ranges couple are using technology to locate and remove graffiti in their private battle against street artists.

Foggy start to cause delays

Photo: Simon Love WEATHER: Flight delays expected in foggy morning before a burst of sunshine on Melbourne.

Humble Meares 'honoured' by flag gig

ANNA MEARES: GLASGOW '14: Anna Meares says it's a huge honour to be chosen as Australia's flag bearer for the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Glasgow.

Scissor bandit can't open cash till

The man's described as Caucasian, aged between 30 and 40 with short blonde hair. LATEST: Police are searching for a bandit who held up a city convenience store armed with scissors.

Premier: 'Show some backbone'

Denis Napthine thinks Vladimir Putin needs to do more to warrant a G20 invite. VIDEO: Premier Denis Napthine calls on the United Nations to send in NATO troops to secure the MH17 crash site.

'You would think they would learn'

Malaysian Airlines LISTEN: One of the world's leading aviation attorneys believes Malaysia Airlines has a case to answer following the downing of flight MH17.

Don't 'erase' memory of Harris failing

s LISTEN: A former Howard government minister says we shouldn’t “erase the memory” of our failings by tearing down Rolf Harris’s artwork.

'I don't trust them. Watch your bills'

AGL CARBON TAX: Today's award for worst promotional campaign goes to: two of Australia's largest energy companies.

Children need a 'media blackout'

MH17 LISTEN: A child psychologist says there needs to be a media blackout when major disasters occur to protect children.

Big Cox bows out

West Coast Eagle's Dean Cox RETIREMENT: West Coast premiership ruckman Dean Cox has announced that he'll hang up his large boots at the end of the season.

'She’s got to work to her own agenda'

toni LISTEN: Entertainment reporter Peter Ford has questioned Gerard Baden-Clay’s mistress’s decision to appear in a tell-all interview on 60 Minutes last night, claiming the interview was "aggravating".

HIV on the rise in Australia

Kim Davis from Positively Fabulous. LISTEN: A woman infected with HIV says there needs to be more dialogue around the disease as new figures reveal an increase in Australia.

Reports man hit junior footballer

footy RUMOUR FILE: Police are investigating claims an angry relative hit a junior footballer after a minor scuffle on Sunday.

Vandals target CFA stations

Man trapped in old mine shaft. LISTEN: Heartless thieves have targeted two outer fringe fire stations reportedly torching vehicles and stealing equipment.

'Sex Bomb' coming to the GF?

Music legend Tom Jones joined Denis Walter RUMOUR FILE: Has new AFL chief Gillon McLachlan turned to a veteran international pop star to perform at this year's AFL grand final?

Open (radio) Mike with Lloydy

Matthew Lloyd 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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2014 Pub of the Week

pub of the week Click here for Tony Leonard's latest reviews - Terminus Hotel in Healesville and Menzies Tavern in Melbourne's CBD.

Ela Carte's reviews

Ela Carte Head 3AW Breakfast's Ela Carte hunts down the tastiest, funkiest, most fantastic eateries in Melbourne and beyond. Click here for her reviews.

Breakfast with Ross and John

Ross and John Ross Stevenson and John Burns entertain listeners with their razor sharp wit and oddball humour every morning. And every day the best segments of their on-air - and sometimes off-air - program are published on 3AW.com.au.

Mornings with Neil Mitchell

Neil Mitchell Neil Mitchell is one of Australia’s most experienced journalists. He sets the Melbourne news agenda every day from 8:30am to 12pm.

Afternoons with Denis Walter

Denis Walter 3AW Afternoons provides a feast of entertainment and helpful information between 12 and 3pm every Monday to Friday. Denis Walter, one of 3AW's favourites, hosts the program each day - with highlights regularly uploaded to 3AW.com.au.

Drive with Tom Elliott

Tom Elliot 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.

3AW's Sports Today

Sports Today 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.

3AW Football Central

3AW Football - Brian Taylor In 2014, the 3AW Football team is the most experienced and successful in the league. This is your home for all 3AW Footy news, views and analysis. 3AW is Football.

Nightline with Bruce and Phil

Bruce and Phil 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.

3AW Weekends

Darren James - Come and find a bargain on 3AW The 3AW Weekends page incorporates Buy Swap and Sell, the Big Backyard, Streetwise, the Big House, Sunday Morning, Talking Health, Blast From The Past and Melbourne Overnight.

Neil's Pics

Email your picture or video to neilspics@3aw.com.au for your chance to win! Seen Something newsworthy, interesting or funny? Send a video or picture of it to Neil Mitchell!

Cleaning guru Shannon Lush

Shannon Lush Shannon Lush is our resident natural product cleaning lady. Do you have any goo that needs removing? Any stubborn stains that won't budge? Shannon will have the answers! Listen to her latest segment now and leave a question for next time.

3AW Food

3AW Food 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.

Andrew McLaren Overnight

Andrew McLaren Andrew McLaren helps Melbourne get through the night with a refreshing edge. From midnight to 5:30am weekdays, he will keep you entertained and informed.

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Movies with Jim Schembri

Jimmy S 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.

3AW Online Community

Your turn to get behind the virtual microphone Thanks to the 3AW website, you can now promote your community event, garage sale and basically whatever you want (within reason) to the hundreds of thousands of 3AW web users.