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- Tony on Cameras ready to snap speeding drivers Yet another reason to never go to St.Kilda or the CBD. Too congested and controlled. more
- jj on Cameras ready to snap speeding drivers Speed limit should only apply to 4wheel drives and left lane only. They are dangerous like trucks more
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- Colin on Cameras ready to snap speeding drivers Where are these speed cameras coming from? This state government went to the election a couple of years ago screaming that ... more
- JC on Cameras ready to snap speeding drivers This is a wonderful 'road safety' initiative by the Victorian Government.The damage done to property and lives by these ... more
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- Docklands on Monorail airport link gains traction Cannot use SKYbus as it is Privatly owned.The Sydney Train to teh Airport is privatly owned.Once again Neil Mitchell fails more
- Andrew on Monorail airport link gains traction This will never be built because like most things in Australia there are vested interests involved. Airport car parking is ... more
- Ben on Monorail airport link gains traction Tokyo Haneda airport is linked to a semi major Tokyo rail station via a monorail (18 km journey taking about 20 minutes). ... more
- Wasted time on Monorail airport link gains traction Public transport to the airport is an embarrassment. Every other big city has got airport rail, but still we ignore it and ... more
- Gregory on Irishman caught snorkelling in NGV moat A live exhibition. I Thought the NGV would recognise that. more
- David T. on Irishman caught snorkelling in NGV moat Oh, I forgot. Qantas needs all the coin it can get. more
- David T. on Irishman caught snorkelling in NGV moat Wonder how much in coins he pulled out of the water? more
- Ivan@kinnane on Irishman caught snorkelling in NGV moat great stuff! A nice bit of humour around a dreary complex. more
- Michael on Irishman caught snorkelling in NGV moat Too much Guinness more
- Judy Hawker on Morwell residents should 'get out' I drove back to Melbourne from Sale last Sunday. The smoke was very thick and even though I had the fan and air con off and ... more
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WATCH: Emotional reunion after Typhoon Haiyan ordeal
There's been an emotional reunion at Melbourne Airport between an East Bentleigh Mechanic caught up in the Philippines typhoon and his worried wife.
Sam Eingorn was with his brother Phil in the remote village of Cebu when the category five Typhoon Haiyan made landfall.
WATCH: Sam and Lana reunited at Melbourne Airport
His wife Lana couldn't contact Sam for five days before they were reunited on the Neil Mitchell program.
The pair was reunited at Melbourne Airport this afternoon.
The East Bentleigh mechanic told of how he and his brother’s family gripped to life in a house in Cebu during the storm.
"Just under the kitchen table, under the table hiding," Mr Eingorn told 3AW News.
The couple are now on their way home to Bentleigh.