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- Future of Heidelberg BMX track still in doubt
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- Karly on Council calls off BMX track demolition I support Heath and his mates.similar thing happened to my boys in belgrave south. Every time the kids built a bike track ... more
- Pradman on Young hoon performs burnouts in front ... ....and he's allowed to vote more
- LynetteOZ on Breakfast farewells Mal Walden The consummate professional! You'll be missed Mal. Thanks for bringing us the news with a dash of humour where appropriate. more
- John on Having issues streaming 3AW? I run FireFox on win 7 and on Linux Mint FireFox. Install VLC. Shockwave and jvanjvan@plugins (latest levels)and it will all ... more
- Kirk on Breakfast farewells Mal Walden Well done on a great career mal, you were the one that go me interested in watching the news in my early teens in 1996, i ... more
- fiona on Breakfast farewells Mal Walden What a lovely man mal waldon is .lovely to see such emotion on the show tonight, wouldn't we all love to loved and ... more
- Gazza on Young hoon performs burnouts in front ... Surely the revenue cameras will stop this behaviour...... more
- David T. on Having issues streaming 3AW? Oh, and by the way, I was bloody cranky when I sent that message; and I still am. more
- David T. on Young hoon performs burnouts in front ... We complain about idiots like this on sites that have no relevance to them (if they even know they, or we, exist). Many ... more
- David T. on Having issues streaming 3AW? Why the hell should I change my browser. If your "experts" can't handle modern day technology, find someone who can. To tell ... more
- Big Al on Breakfast farewells Mal Walden 'Legend' is a word that is thrown around far to freely by sections of the media. As for me, I have never watched or listened ... more
- Mong on Having issues streaming 3AW? I don't think "use a different browser" is an acceptable response. Sounds like a lazy tech person wrote that, internet ... more
- Mighty Mick on Young hoon performs burnouts in front ... Many say that speed kills the truth is idiots like this guy behind a lethal weapon (car)who have no respect for the law and ... more
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- Katrina on Having issues streaming 3AW? Haven't been able to listen to you at work all week, did what you said on your website still having issues! :( more
- Bonk Oh on Young hoon performs burnouts in front ... No way.... He's on drugs!! more
- Flora on 'Radio journalism at its finest' I feel safe with men like Neil around. I dont always agree with him but I trust him.Thanks for the good work Neil. more
- Steve on Breakfast farewells Mal Walden Good riddance Walden is boring. more
- mylene on Having issues streaming 3AW? Ever since the government changed it's been getting harder to access information. Coincidence? Perhaps not. :p more
- William Harcourt on Breakfast farewells Mal Walden Unbelievable. I've been watching this guy since I was a kid. Thanks for the memories, Mal. more
Barassi's bravery has lasting impact
Ron Barassi wants to meet face-to-face the man who bashed him in St Kilda three years ago.
A 28-year-old man's been found guilty of intentially causing serious injury to Barassi and a woman on New Year's Day three years ago.
Barassi says the man is a "thug" but if he wants to turn his life around he'd help.
The footy legend's also revealed the effects of the bashing are still with him - he's unable to hold a conversation and is suffering a degree of memory loss.
PLAY: Ron Barassi's brave and powerful interview with Neil Mitchell
LATEST: A 29-year-old man, Travis Bowling, has been found guilty of two counts of intentionally causing serious injury after attacking a woman, and then brave AFL legend Ron Barassi. Click the image of Ron on the right to read more about the details of the case and verdict.
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