WATCH: Ross and John check out the new iPhone 6 models, which the first lucky tech heads should already have their hands on after they went on sale this morning.
SPOILER: A newspaper article has spoiled a surprise 50th birthday gift that Eddie McGuire's wife was organising for the football personality in lieu of a party.
RUMOUR UPDATE: It's been revealed the 'Flying Footballer' made famous by the Rumour File last month has pushed through two football grand finals with a broken arm.
ISIS FIGHT: A defence expert has said defeating ISIS solely by air is "a real long shot" because the track record of such attacks is inconclusive.
PARKING: An online marketplace where people can list their home parking spaces for some "extra pocket money" is promoting their service to Melbourne's outer suburbs to ease parking shortages at train stations.
LISTEN: Medical experts are urging parents not to rely on the internet for medical information, as a Victorian study finds a third of families will go to the doctor less if the $7 co-payment is approved.
FOOD: Ross and John are the happiest men in Melbourne.
RUMOUR FILE: Being a footy geek has paid big dividends for a Boronia man who has won the AFL's two major fantasy football competitions, pocketing a whopping $100,000.
LISTEN: Thieves have stolen 700 tonnes of food grade barley from a Brooklyn transport depot, gradually taking the loot over a number of weeks.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: The captain of the St Albans Spurs women's football team was unable to depart for the US with the group due to the state her passport was in.
REVIEW: Apple has unveiled its big new iPhone, along with a new smart watch at its latest product launch.
LISTEN: Rickshaw-style cycle cabs could soon be scooting around Melbourne.
LISTEN: Experts are urging parents to keep children away from alcohol with new research suggesting early exposure will increase a child's drinking later in their teens.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: In 2015 hungry fans will be allowed to bring takeaway food into Etihad stadium.
LISTEN: Rogue MP Geoff Shaw is set to apologise today for bringing discredit on the Parliament. But how can he make his apology "genuine"?
EXPLAINED: Ross and John find themselves asking, "What is an iCloud?"
RUMOUR FILE: A workplace expert has said that smoking inside a workplace can be legal, as long as occupational health and safety requirements are not breached.
LISTEN: Sly of the Underworld says Justice John Middleton is on the cusp of handing down his verdict in the Essendon and ASADA court case.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Australia Post has launched brand new Open Gardens Australia stamps on the same day it was announced the organisation would be closing down.
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.
RUMOUR UPDATE: The AFL has changed the rules of its Multicultural Cup after complaints the program excluded kids with Australian-born parents.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A Melbourne footballer has had a whirlwind weekend playing two games of football in one day, in two different cities, for two different codes.
RUMOUR FILE: 3AW Breakfast's Rumour File has gone around the world.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: It is believed a government department shared personal details with strangers in a mailing bungle.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: The MFB has confirmed two fire trucks and an ambulance needed rescuing after becoming bogged while on the job at Croydon South on Sunday morning.
OBESITY PILLS: Two drugs used in combination to treat obesity could become available as one treatment in Australia.
LISTEN: From pronunciation to eating habits to fashion trends, plenty of things are causing the 3AW Breakfast team and their listeners to ask "since when...?"
LISTEN: A former Labor MP has been identified as a Russian spy.
SWAN ST: Richmond’s Swan Street is holding its own, in what is a tough time for Melbourne’s retail strip precincts.
NAPLAN: The head of NAPLAN has admitted a sharp drop in test scores may be because teachers weren't given warning on what was in the test.
LISTEN: Online ‘relationship scammers’ cost the Australians $25 million last year.
WATCH: Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman of MythBusters join Ross and John.
LISTEN: The Chinese have developed a taste for Australian milk with newly relaxed testing requirements making it possible for Australian dairy farmers to capitalise on Asia's fast-growing middle class.
REVIEW: It’s been exciting and interesting watching the West's food scene shift; Yarraville Village slowly transformed into a hub of trendy cafes, then followed Seddon and Spotswood.
LISTEN: Tech guru Trevor Long explains JB Hi-Fi’s latest fall in sales.
LISTEN: The man whose singing is making Melbourne women delirious insists it’s his voice that’s the sex symbol, not him.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Victorians could soon get their footy pies from fast food giant McDonald's.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: An under-15s grand final winning team was stripped of its trophy because a player was found to be ineligible to take the field in the big match.
LISTEN: Victoria is the only place in the world that you need a police check before beginning IVF treatment but a Monash IVF specialist says the thorough checks are “overkill”.
MELBOURNE: Ross and John put a call out to listeners hoping to find the official Melbourne tune.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A group of off-duty cops have hunted down and arrested a thief while holidaying in Darwin.
ELA CARTE: Ela's Glasgow food highlights.
LISTEN: The US Peace Corps is set to pull volunteers from West Africa due to growing concerns over the spread of the deadly Ebola epidemic.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Mystery surrounds a bag of goods donated to a Melbourne op shop which contained a distinctive package valued at more than $30,000.
WATCH: Gregor (G-man), Alan (Deathface), Logan, Steven and Jonny from Bags of Rock join Ross and John in Glasgow.
LISTEN: Pedestrians are being urged to take extra care when listening to music and speaking on their mobile phone in busy areas.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Most people wouldn’t last 10 years in a job, let alone a decade times four and more.
REVIEW: I love going on little drives, exploring new areas, driving around unfamiliar roads and experiencing everything thing that this wonderful state has to offer.
LISTEN: Hobart's mayor says Tasmania’s exclusion from the map of Australia on our Commonwealth Games uniforms is a 'double whammy insult'.
LISTEN:One of Melbourne’s leading back surgeons has dismissed a report paracetamol is ineffective against back pain.
LATEST: iPhone screens look set to become much bigger as soon as this year.
LISTEN: A retired Yarra Ranges couple are using technology to locate and remove graffiti in their private battle against street artists.
REVIEW: Tregan Borg rolls up her sleeves and gets her hands dirty at Carlton restaurant that takes its American food very seriously.
ELA CARTE: Let’s be honest, I’m using it as an excuse, but it’s the Fourth of July and I think it warrants taking advantage of the explosion of American eateries that have hit Melbourne.
VIDEO: Two recent close calls have highlighted the importance of having defibrillators at sporting events and in workplaces.
ELA CARTE: Needless to say expectations were high when the man behind Chin Chin and Baby announced he’d be opening a Korean/Japanese fusion BBQ restaurant in Richmond.
WATCH: 3AW Breakfast spent a night with the Vinnies food vans, getting a glimpse of what it means to be homeless and hungry.
LISTEN: A team of Australian health experts is leading an international campaign against e-cigarettes.
ELA CARTE: I quite like that it’s not about outlandish décor or pierced and tattooed staff here. This is an elegant space, with large but affordable menu and a wine list along the same lines.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A man has been charged after counterfeit $50 notes were made and used at a Croydon hotel.
WATCH: Now THIS is a Commonwealth Games uniform!
WARNING: Allergy specialists are warning people with skin conditions such as eczema not to use moisturisers with food based proteins.
VIDEO: Ross and John are pretty excited about their trip to Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games, so they're trying to make sure they know who the great Aussie hopes are.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A man has been injured after a group of parachutists jumped out of a plane in the dark in Melbourne's south east on Friday.
ELA CARTE: Getting up on Saturday morning to watch the big match? Why not hedge your bets, barrack for Australia, but eat for Chile – or from Chile anyway.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A man has been duped of his $4000 bike after what he thought was a potential buyer, rode off during a test ride, never to be seen again.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: If you need to move a fridge but don't have a ute or a truck, use the next best thing: a convertible with the top down.
VIDEO: The AFL is demanding to know why Collingwood star Dane Swan attended a fundraising dinner attended by underworld figures, including Mick Gatto.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Cleaning staff got more than they bargained for after they discovered more than $800,000 worth of drug ice and wads of cash in the boot of a hire car at Melbourne Airport.
LISTEN: John Burns felt compelled to get something off his chest on 3AW Breakfast. It had been teetering on his conscience for years.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A well-known television presenter has been taken home in a divvy van after being caught driving a car that hasn’t been registered in two years.
LISTEN: A new red light and speed camera at Chadstone has been described as a "cash cow", with 41,500 drivers detected during its 21-day test.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A teen has been arrested after a series of fires at a number of vacant homes at Bayswater.
WATCH: Ross takes a trip to MSAC ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow to see how the Australian team's preparations are coming along.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A thief has pulled off a dramatic propofol heist at an East Melbourne hospital.
ELA CARTE: It’s that time of year again, and yet another week that I have stuffed myself silly with roast dinners purely to pump up the opportunities available to you as part of the 2014 Roast Collection presented by the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
WORD GAMES:The Australian dairy industry is embarking on a tricky new marketing campaign in a bid to combat the success of A2 brand milk from New Zealand.
WATCH: AFL Chief Gillon McLachlan has marked his first day in charge with a promise to change the maligned fixture next season.
PETE FORD: A TV show that follows mature-aged prostitutes has debuted in England, 3AW entertainment reporter Pete Ford told Ross and John.
CONFIRMED: Police have told local residents that there is nothing they can do to about a group of campervans that have commandeered a cul-de-sac in Melbourne's inner north.
WATCH: Sly tells Ross and John why he supports many aspects of Ken Lay's 'Blue Paper' report released yesterday.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A serial toll evader whose record number of unpaid fines totalling almost $300,000 has failed to appear at court, triggering a warrant for her arrest.
LONDON: It's being called a bombshell in the case against Rolf Harris, but Ross and John aren't so sure...
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: An elderly woman has been reunited with her favourite childhood book, 66 years after she believed it was lost.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Health fund NIB had its first overseas cosmetic surgery patient return from a successful boob job in Thailand.
LISTEN: One of the country's largest mining companies Rio Tinto is accusing unions of putting jobs at risk by making extravagant demands including taking a day off when a pet dies.
WATCH: Who would have thought the flow on effect from a missed mark by Collingwood’s Travis Cloke would result in this?
RUMOUR FILE: Melburnians share $15 million lotto haul, and Medicare tells customers they can no longer claim certain items due to cuts in the Federal Budget.
LISTEN: Diving in soccer, neck tattoos and milking high free kicks should be considered by the Vatican as additions to the list of modern deadly sins, according to 3AW’s Ross and John and their listeners.
LISTEN: Disgraced former detective Roger Rogerson has been charged with the murder of Sydney student Jamie Gao.
LISTEN: The unseasonably warm weather is creating headaches for major retailers unable to shift their winter stock.
VIDEO: The cutest kid in town made a special visit to 3AW Breakfast on Thursday, and made a wheelie good impression.
POLIO: A Victorian man has been placed in isolation at the Austin Hospital after suffering a polio-like illness.
LISTEN: Australians heading to Thailand are being encouraged to "exercise caution" after the country's army chief imposed martial law.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A local football club has slammed a lazy council after it was forced to tear down gates to its ground to allow an ambulance access to an injured player at the weekend.
REVIEW: This is one of those places that I keep recommending people try, have thoroughly enjoyed myself and then didn’t think to mention on the program. But I should.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: VicRoads has stopped a series of offensive number plates after complaints they were politically incorrect.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: A Melbourne man is in a coma in Bali after a hit-and-run accident four days ago.
SMOKING BAN: There's a push to ban smoking in Melbourne - and a councillor says it's inevitable.
REAL ESTATE: Is the property market up or down? Both - but there's some things that don't change.