RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A lollipop lady has been involved in a near-miss just weeks after a woman was hit at the same school crossing at Healesville.
VIDEO: Traders have welcomed the release of redevelopment plans, which include basement car parks, a public plaza and extended trading hours.
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: A legal loophole has seen one of Victoria's worst drink-drivers avoid a jail sentence for his over-the-limit madness.
LISTEN: Victoria Police has taken Supreme Court action to stop the Herald Sun publishing a story.
LISTEN: Three 'cheers' and a 'boo' for scientists.
LISTEN: Transport Minister Terry Mulder has rubbished a call for ticket inspectors to carry guns claiming it will never happen.
LISTEN: Ross says Americans are obsessed with guns, abortion, gay marriage and marijuana, what are Victorians crazy about?
A funny letter has prompted Ross and John to discuss Bruce's football commentary.
LISTEN: First question for the professor: Is this an April Fools joke?
LISTEN: A drunken man on a Jetstar flight from Melbourne to New Zealand has lit a cigarette, then when confronted, told attendants he was carrying an AK47 gun.
REVIEW: Tregan Borg fills in for Ela today and gives the scoop on STREAT cafe in Flemington.
STATS EXPLAINED: Australia's reputation for being friendly and hospitable may be slipping away.
LISTEN: No scoreboard, no ladder and no finals will be the future of junior football as part of a shake-up to stop the win-lose culture.
LIST: Is your job stressful? Ross and John this morning asked listeners to classify their jobs as either stressful or not stressful.
LISTEN: Obesity Australia is today calling for obesity to be nationally recognised as a disease.
LISTEN: North Melbourne legend Glenn Archer has revealed why he decided to scrap the medal he shared with Essendon’s James Hird after seven years.
LISTEN: Elizabeth Street could soon be Melbourne's signature destination with calls for it to be blocked off to cars and turned into a super shopping mall.
LISTEN: A new study has found the number of young people looking for work in Melbourne's east has skyrocketed from 8.9 per cent to more than 13 per cent.
RUMOUR FILE: A Melbourne street artist says the artwork that won him $3300 from a Melbourne council was a hoax.
ELA CARTE: I’m not for one minute going to tell you I can tell you the best place to eat in Box Hill.
VIDEO: 3AW Breakfast has been sent amazing footage taken by a drone at Eildon. Watch the video here.
LISTEN: The state government says its move to allow kangaroo meat to be turned into pet food will stop the waste of good meat.
PHOTOS: A caller to the Rumour File suggested that possums have been deliberately trapped inside trees due to be felled in a Melbourne park.
LISTEN: Would you thrust your two-year-old into the limelight for a bit of fame and a quick buck? Well, PR guru Roxy Jacenko has.
LISTEN: A Victorian council has voted to ban cats from its streets with a new 24-hour cat curfew.
COLD CASE: More than 30 years after a 16-year-old girl was found stabbed to death in Shepparton, a Brisbane man has faced court charged with her murder.
ELA CARTE: Modern Indian – is there already such a thing? If not, this must be it.
LISTEN: In his first interview since the collapse of his multi-million dollar punting club, Bill Vlahos still claims he’s not a conman.
LISTEN: Parks Victoria has authorised a deer cull in three parks in the Dandenong Ranges.
LISTEN: A recycling company is encouraging smokers to collect their used butts so they can be turned into new products.
LISTEN: Footy fans are furious they'll have to pay a $2.50 fee to have their MCG match day tickets emailed to them - even though they will still need to print them themselves.
RATINGS: A former homicide detective depicted in Channel Nine’s Fat Tony & Co says the show doesn’t make sense.
ELA CARTE: It’s hard to believe it theory, but I can tell you, it’s just as stupefying in person.
VIDEO, PHOTOS: The issues, the people and the future of Geelong.
LISTEN: A Tasmanian woman has won an international competition to be the only non-Swedish member of a commemorative ABBA choir in Stockholm.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Former Geelong captain Leigh Colbert has confirmed he's set to become a commercial pilot for Tiger Airways.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A wholesale florist is hoping to off-load 50,000 roses which were held up in quarantine ahead of Valentine’s Day.
SYDNEY: Entertainment reporter and friend of Charlotte Dawson, Peter Ford, has told of the TV star's loneliness behind her public facade.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Two officers breaking up a domestic dispute have fallen victim to their own capsicum spray.
ELA CARTE: I knew from the start I was going to like this place. The warm welcome helped, as did the classy but not over-the-top decor. It's a pretty funky joint and the food is seriously good value, with no dishes over $20.
SHOUSE: A train commuter is furious after ticketing inspectors fined him after he mistakenly tapped his Myki card onto a blue reader and not a green.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Police are working urgently to get a bushfire arson campaign up and running after a spate of deliberately lit fires.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A man doing his supermarket shopping in Caulfield has chased and caught a runaway racehorse.
WATCH: Ross and John broadcast live from the Yarra Valley.
LISTEN: A Canadian study has suggested that mammograms do not lower the risk of dying of breast cancer.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Racing Victoria will not lay any charges after an investigation into a race won by Smoking Aces in Cranbourne in 2011.
SOCHI WINTER OLYMPICS: Reporter Katherine Firkin has confirmed reports the living conditions at the Sochi Winter Olympics are less than desired.
LISTEN: With random drug and alcohol tests to be mandatory on all state government worksites, Ross and John have made their own workplace 'blitz list'.
PHOTOS: Parents are being urged to stop packing nuts in their childrens' lunchboxes amid fears a child will die.
LISTEN: A teen shot in the neck at Thomastown at the weekend is reportedly “very good friends” with two men involved in a fatal Deer Park home invasion.
TELEMOVIE BATTLE: Channel Seven's INXS telemovie has thrashed Nine's Schapelle in the heavily anticipated ratings results last night.
LISTEN: Fertility doctors have raised concerns that Australian couples with unexplained fertility issues are rushing into IVF treatment when they could go on to conceive naturally.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Police are investigating an incident at Kilmore last month after a teen girl fell out of the rear of a police divvy van.
LISTEN: Entertainment reporter Peter Ford says he’s concerned teen music star Lorde is “starting to crack under the pressure”.
LISTEN: A new study has found it costs 30 per cent more to eat a healthier diet than it does to eat one loaded with carbs, fats and sugars.
LIST: With one out of every two girls born today expected to live to 100 and the same percentage for boys expected to live to 97, Ross and John decided it was time to cash in.
LISTEN: Police say they're horrified by the actions of a person or group of people who hurled bricks at a van on the Monash Freeway last night.
WATER USE: Victorians are being urged to keep themselves hydrated and not panic about saving water during days of extreme heat.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED A retired cricketer has slipped into a dam while playing golf at Black Rock.
LISTEN: Australian teenager Brandon Stenhouse has just signed a six-figure baseball contract with the New York Yankees.
ONE WITH THE HERD: An Australian made the front page of the America's Wall Street Journal yesterday - in true stereotypical Aussie fashion.
BOX OFFICE: Overall cinema takings are down with figures showing Australian films have had their worst year in eight years.
LISTEN: Entertainment reporter Peter Ford says he believes Today Tonight host Helen Kapalos “wants out” of the current affairs program.
LISTEN: Jobless Australians will soon have to work for the dole with the Abbott government poised to expand their Work for the Dole scheme.
VIDEO: So Ross and John decided to partake in what the news bulletins would call "flocking to a bayside beach".
WATCH: We sent program reporter Cushla Travers on the road this morning to find Melbourne's coldest place to beat the heat.
ROAD SAFETY: Could this be the most influential and moving road safety ad yet?
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Church-goers at a bayside mass had an unexpected star sighting when movie star Hugh Jackman stood up mid-service to lend a helping hand.
FIRE WARNING: With extreme weather conditions forecast for this week, bushfire experts are warning those living in high-risk areas to make the decision to leave or stay by 11am.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Security has been beefed up at St Kilda Road police station amid fears of reprisals from outlaw motorcycle gangs.
ELA CARTE: Ela's best of the best list for 2013.
VIDEO: In one of the most legendary and heroic sporting performances of all time, Burnso's Butt-enders and Ross' Rink Rats tied the 2013 Pancake Parlour Challenge, one-all.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Essendon great Simon Madden has been elected to the club's board.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: 3AW Breakfast's rumour file learned of a rather amusing blunder in a News website's article yesterday.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A mother from a Melbourne school says she’s furious parents weren’t contacted after a group of students set off a "bomb" at her daughter’s primary school yesterday morning.
LISTEN: Experts call for greater action after a banned synthetic drug put five people in intensive care last week.
WATCH: See the look on Ali's face when Giaan Rooney arrives at her house to surprise her with a brand new Lexus.
SWAMPED: The head of the Royal Children's Hospital has rejected claims the new $1 billion facility is over-stretched.
LISTEN: A leading lawyer says Justin Bieber fans who paid hundreds for a meet and greet with their idol, but were kept waiting for 4 hours, can ask for their money back.
LISTEN: A male contraceptive pill could be available within a decade.
LISTEN: There are calls for more respect to be shown to lollipop men and women after a woman was hit by a car in May.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Increased prisoner numbers and an issue with the current supplier are to blame for a lack of toothbrushes available to Victorian prisoners.
WATCH: A French amateur filmmaker has documented his year in Australia with a brilliant little video posted on YouTube.
LISTEN: The number one pick in last night’s AFL Draft Tom Boyd says despite barracking for Carlton, he's just happy to play football at an AFL level.
UPDATE: Investigations are underway into what caused a horrific multi-truck crash at Black Range near Stawell which has left two people dead and another fighting for life.
ROADS PROMISE: Labor is promising to eliminate Melbourne's 50 worst level crossings if it wins next year's election.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: One of the women from whom two Essendon players attempted to scam a free meal described their behaviour as 'dumb'.
ELA CARTE: For the third year in a row, Melbourne is named the most liveable city in the world and Chef Shane Delia has represented this most liveable city on a plate.
LISTEN: The half-brother of champion horse Black Caviar is fighting for its life after anti-biotics from a spider bite caused laminitis.
MORNING RADIO: What kept one of Australia's most notorious criminals entertained in prison?
VIDEO: The perils of DWY - 'driving while young'.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: We've had some late developments from Ross and John's Rumour File this morning.
LISTEN: Police are applauding a tech savvy sleuth who used his computer to catch a fugitive.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Due to an unfortunate scheduling blunder, the Australian All-star cheerleading federation nationals will share Jeff's Shed with the risque Sexpo exhibition at the end of the month.
LISTEN: A slurpee has proved to be a vital clue in linking a Lara man to a Geelong burglary.
In the heart of little Vietnam, there’s another piece of south east Asia that’s worth visiting – even it’s a little off the main drag.
JACKPOT: A single parent bricklayer from regional Victoria has won $1.4 million worth of gold bullion in the Union RSL home lottery.
PETE FORD: 3AW Entertainment Reporter Peter Ford has described Channel 7 and Channel 9's battle over pop star Mel B as 'two cats fighting over a rancid sandwich.'
LISTEN: Burnso sings Tom Jones' Green Green grass of home
VIDEO: Jerry Hall, Mick Jagger's ageless model ex-wife joined Ross and John in the studio on Wednesday to preview the September run of The Graduate at Her Majesty's Theatre, where she'll play the mischievous cougar Mrs. Robinson.
3AW BREAKFAST: A travel accommodation website is taking the web by storm and Ross and John want you to know about it. Air BnB was founded in 2008 for people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations around the world.
GOOD CAUSE: A Victoria Police Officer is attempting to row across the Atlantic Ocean in less than 30 days to raise money for MS, a disease his Mother has suffered from her entire life. Click here to learn more.
YOUR SAY: It looks like a stapler, it's about the size of a stapler but it's not a stapler. Ross and John need your help identifying this mysterious office implement sent in by a listener on the Radio Solutions segment.
VIDEO: 3AW host on Australia's slow start, notorious English weather and the friendly atmosphere of the games.
PIZZA PRIDE: Pizza named after gold-medalist Melanie Schlanger
WATCH VIDEO: The boys learn the art of bespoke tailoring.
QUIRKY IMAGE: On the 3AW Rumour File this morning, a caller sent Ross and John an image of a sign that warns beach-goers in Brighton about deep water. However, one of the 'androgynous' stick figures swimming is clearly a male..
MEL B: Dancing with the Stars judge has 'Wardrobe Malfunction'
GROUSE: A caller to Ross and John spotted this eerie similarity.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A Feel-good story out of the rumour file this morning. A man who was experiencing a 'cat-like' noise coming from the rear of his new V8 Commodore took it to the mechanic only to discover a kitten trapped underneath. View photos here.
AFGHANISTAN: Prime Minister Julia Gillard confirms the bulk of Australian troops will return home from Afghanistan earlier than expected. Afghan troops will begin the take over in the Uruzgan Province later this year. The process is expected to take up to 18 months to complete.
Vale John Kapetanovsk, who uncovered 80s crim "Mad Max"
A sleepy viewer of the Sunrise program got the surprise of her life today after winning $10,000... and in turn gave hosts David Koch and Mel Doyle the surprise of theirs! Listen here.
Team Ross and John belted out the GWS Giants song in studio on Friday Morning. 'That was absolutely appalling,' one listener said. Watch the video here and prepare to laugh!
Ross and John, from 3AW Breakfast, take on Josh and Jenna, from TV's 'The Block', in a cubby house build-off. Watch a video of the fun morning here.
With the Spring Carnival just around the corner, we thought we'd better start giving out John Burns' EXCLUSIVE fashion advice. Photos here .. updated regularly.
VIDEO TOUR: After the newspapers analysed Julia Gillard's Prime Ministerial office with a photo which Ross and John said was 'choreographed within an inch of its life', Ross analysed Burnso's office.
Watch a behind-the-scenes video of how the 3AW Breakfast program.