LISTEN: A woman is taking VicRoads head-on and refusing to pay a parking fine issued hours before she bought the car.
ANZAC: Planning Minister Matthew Guy reveals plans to name new growth suburbs after Anzac heroes.
LISTEN: The mother of murder victim Luke Batty has been shocked to receive hate mail for speaking out about family violence.
LISTEN: Adolescent psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg has warned parents against letting their children use popular dating app Tinder, saying it's "incredibly dangerous" for early teens.
TONY LEONARD: The Rose of Australia is very much a throwback to an era past of this maritime western suburb.
TONY LEONARD: Family run for over 25 years (the lessors, Adgemis Family), the pub doesn’t try to compete with its competition by being a me-too copycat and dressing down the premises to give it a sharp cutting edge.
LISTEN: Hoon drivers will soon have their vehicles immobilised at their homes in a bid to ease the pressure and costs of impound facilities.
LISTEN: Former Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett has made the radical call that Hawks should relocate to Launceston.
STAR: The Melbourne Star Observation Wheel has just hit its 100,000th customer since reopening on December 23.
NEIL MITCHELL: I’m getting annoyed by the people who are trying to make a quick buck out of exploiting Anzac Day and the word 'Anzac'.
HOSPITALS: A triage nurse in a major Melbourne hospital says the city's emergency health system is under-resourced, but doesn't believe patients should be charged for seeking treatment for minor ailments.
LISTEN: Retiring soccer hero Harry Kewell says sports stars who could choose to ‘come out’ as gay will be accepted by their peers.
LISTEN: Former Foreign Minister Bob Carr has denied his new book proves the Gillard and Rudd governments were dysfunctional.
EXCLUSIVE: Powerful billionaire businessman James Packer has essentially labelled Australia's visa process racist.
MH370: Work is continuing in a bid to re-establish contact with two “promising” signals, possibly from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
LISTEN: A former close friend of Robert Hughes and anti-child abuse campaigner says interventionist treatment should be offered to offenders when allegations of sexual assault surface.
WATCH: Victoria's top cop says he will consider introducing double demerit point penalties.
LISTEN: Australians are sobering up according to new statistics with beer consumption at a whopping 67-year low.
LISTEN: Halls Gap Zoo may be forced to close following an ongoing bureaucratic battle with Northern Grampians Council.
MINI-VIDS: AFL chief Andrew Demetriou admits it will be "interesting" to see how many people show up to the Essendon and Carlton clash which is being played on Sunday night.
LISTEN: Motorists speeding through 40 km/h school zones should face double demerit points according to Victoria's Road Safety Commissioner.
NEIL MITCHELL: There is a plan to require local councils to hire one-third of their workforce as refugees, foreign-born or non-English speaking.
MINI-VIDS: Police Association secretary Ron Iddles says he will break convention and turn up at serious crime scenes in his new role.
NEIL MITCHELL: I have checked their laws and can report that half of the world could be refused entry the US. Including its president.
LISTEN: A baby with Down syndrome is among the children angry parents have targeted after their own kids didn’t make the cut in the annual Bonds Baby Search.
NEIL MITCHELL: Want to start paying more tax for petrol? Or should we broaden the GST? Well you better hurry up and decide.
LISTEN: Andrea Bolton says a social media trend of posting make-up-free selfies is “narcissistic” and does nothing for cancer sufferers.
'RAISE THE GST': It seems we all need to do some heavy-lifting to protect Australia's economy, so Neil Mitchell and Jeff Kennett threw some ideas around.
LISTEN: The Department of Education believes the discovery of hardcore pornographic images on a school iPad was an "isolated" incident.
PHOTOS: Playground safety standards are set to change, allowing the maximum height of platforms to reach three metres.
NEIL MITCHELL: The mother of murdered boy Luke Batty has broken down in a heated debate about domestic violence with Studio 10 co-host Joe Hildebrand this morning.
VIDEO: Apparently drug-affected tram passenger throws punches, abuses girls and 'upsets' children.
Daniel Andrews tells Neil Mitchell 'gagging' media is not the answer.
NEIL MITCHELL: The kids of Melbourne are mobilising. That’s right, the left is fighting back with kids and babies!
LISTEN: A huge growth across Australia in children as young as two being tutored has prompted concerns from parents and education experts.
LISTEN: The Immigration Minister is vowing to toughen up cancellation powers for refugee visas after an Afghan man was convicted of child sex offences, but authorities were powerless to deport him.
WATCH: After 12 years away from show business, Australian music legend Helen Reddy is back for good.
LISTEN: An angry mother says she is deeply concerned that adult members of the public are allowed to ride her child's school bus.
MINI-VIDS: AFL chief Andrew Demetriou says he had no interest in what controversial sports scientist Stephen Dank had to say at a sportman's lunch last week.
LISTEN: Private health insurance customers are being urged to explore their options as premiums are set to rise from today.
LISTEN: A photograph of three boys riding on the back of a train has prompted renewed calls for a crackdown on the train surfing epidemic.
LISTEN: Close family members of twins, one who was killed and another brutally beaten by their mentally ill mother, say the system has failed the newborns.
NEIL'S PICS: If you thought cubby houses couldn't get any more creative, the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show has taken them to a whole new level.
LISTEN: The mayor of Port Phillip has defended the council library’s no-fines policy despite reports it was costing about $50,000 each year in lost or stolen books.
LISTEN: “Baby Einstein" parents are being blamed for a worrying gap in the number of children being immunised.
LISTEN: A victim of domestic violence says she's living out of her car, broke and home sick while the courts keep letting her and her son down.
HONOURS: Tony Abbott confirms he didn't discuss the move to reinstall knights and dames with his cabinet colleagues.
NEIL MITCHELL: Captain sleaze, Craig Thomson will be sentenced today. He may well go to jail. In my view he should go to jail.
LISTEN: A comedian has defended accusations that his show is blasphemous and an attack on Christianity.
Rivers, Just Jeans and Pillow Talk are recalling the clothing after it was revealed they contain banned azo dyes, which can break down and create cancer risks.
LISTEN: A Victorian man who risked his life to rescue a baby being attacked by a dog has received an Australian Bravery Award.
AFL SCANDAL: AFL boss Andrew Demetriou has defended himself against Tania Hird and described her re-airing of tip-off allegations as "unfortunate timing".
NEIL MITCHELL: She is one of the great entertainers in Australian history but she has just released a video which is almost X-rated.
NEIL MITCHELL: I reckon jailing that bloke for 21 days for his bus rant is a bit rough. Let's face it, if you jailed people for being sexist half the men in Australia would be locked up.
NEIL'S PICS: Adriana couldn't believe her eyes when she was looking for a park at Southland Shopping Centre.
GOOD FRIDAY APPEAL: Fancy having your face riding around the streets of Melbourne?
LISTEN: A new study has found no link between saturated fat and heart disease.
NEIL MITCHELL: One of the Chaser mob, Julian Morrow, sat down with vile what’s-his-name - that Sydney FM jock Kyle Sandilands - and told jokes about the missing Malaysian airliner.
NEIL MITCHELL: Let’s exploit kangaroos: Eat them, sell them, whatever you wish – they are a massive resource.
LISTEN: An Albury mother is upset after her local supermarket, which refused to stock the baby formula she requires, told her she should be breastfeeding instead.
LISTEN: People are being ripped off in the name of the Good Friday Appeal.
TONY LEONARD: The Palace in South Melbourne has always been a source of curiosity to me.
The organisers of yesterday's anti-Tony Abbott protests have refused to apologise for crude signs at the mass gatherings,
WATCH: Grand Prix chief Ron Walker says he's confident the race will stay in Melbourne.
WARRANT: Police are hunting a Neil Mitchell look-alike after he failed to appear at Melbourne County Court.
DOG FIGHT: The owner of two dogs, who are due to be destroyed by Frankston Council for killing a cat, has pleaded to have her pets' lives spared.
LISTEN: As the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet enters its 12th day, new reports reveal the plane may have reached the Maldives.
MINI-VIDS: The Chief Commissioner says he won't reveal what the tolerance level is for speeding offences because it creates a false speed limit.
LISTEN: A Melbourne woman has nearly died after eating a beetroot and pumpkin labelled salad which contained walnuts.
CALL OFF THE DOGS: Neil Mitchell wants to defend dogs. Locals on Victoria's coast are furious with new rules that ban dogs from beaches at certain times of the day.
LISTEN: In the past eight years, one person has died on Melbourne's rail network every nine and a half days.
NEIL MITCHELL: You won’t like this if you are a truck driver, but I think it’s time to get fair dinkum with truckies.
LISTEN: Transport Minister Terry Mulder says test drilling for the East West Tunnel is complete, but protestors vow to continue their fight.
LISTEN: Three paddleboarders have set a world record - becoming the first people to paddle across Bass Strait on their boards.
GALLERY: This solves the question that has plagued mankind for centuries*, and Neil Mitchell has uncovered the fascinating** and sometimes shocking*** truth.
LISTEN: 3AW Mornings sent 16-year-old Nathan Barry to Soundwave as a present after he saved his family when their boat exploded late last year.
SACKED: The police union has thrown its support behind three police officers including a bravery award-winning sergeant sacked following an investigation into the production of racist stubby holders.
POLITICS: Labor will wait to see legislation before deciding whether to block changes to the Qantas Sale Act.
WATCH: After facing 14 rounds of chemotherapy, more than 100 nights in hospital and major surgery, Tyler Fishlock talks to Neil Mitchell about beating cancer.
VIDEO: Outgoing AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou says several people "stuffed up" the James Hird pay deal.
LISTEN: An ambitious plan to build a $1billion monorail above the Tullamarine Freeway, linking the city to Melbourne Airport, has been unveiled.
POLITICS: Neil Mitchell believes Ted Baillieu should give up his seat for Mary Wooldridge; Jeff Kennett says the party needs to look towards the future.
READ: Megan Garrow, of Taylors Lakes, thought she'd won $2000.
WATCH, LISTEN: Neil Mitchell wants a rethink on riding two-abreast.
FULL INTERVIEW: Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce deflects the heat that's on senior management.
IT'S ALMOST FIXED: The unsightly burnt-out carcass of a party boat, which was left to rot in the Yarra, has at last been removed after Neil Mitchell heaped pressure on authorities.
LISTEN: Grants and low interest loans have been made available for small businesses in Morwell affected by the Hazlewood fire as residents continue to leave the smoke-filled town.
PHOTOS: It appears Emerald's brand spanking new police station has a small problem.
LISTEN: A former Olympic swimmer and friend of Grant Hackett says it’s disturbing and disappointing to hear stories about him, especially when children are involved.
NEIL MITCHELL: It does not matter which way you look at it, Collingwood has put itself above the courts.
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NEIL'S PICS: After hearing about 'yarn bombing', Neil Mitchell has his interest in knitting 'spun'! Send your pics to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEIL'S PICS: An Ikea advertisement featuring a family at war with their garden gnomes has been claimed as too violent in the UK. Neil wants to see your pics of garden gnomes
PHOTO GALLERY: Autumn is here, and Neil Mitchell wants your photos of the spectacular season in full bloom.
NEIL MITCHELL: It is danger day: ring the alarm bells, because I have an idea. Premier Denis Napthine will today unveil promised surpluses in his budget heading up to 2017, reaching up to $2.5 billion.
NEIL MITCHELL: Today I am broadcasting from Sandown Racecourse surrounded by fancy cars and kids and the aim is to find out what is wrong with young drivers.
WATCH VIDEO: Neil Mitchell spent the afternoon with Lou Richards - 'the man who has done more for football in Victoria than a team full of superstars'.
NEIL MITCHELL: Flashback: Rod Marsh is throwing down beers, Dougie Walters is drinking and smoking, Dennis Lillee is snarling and the coach comes up and says: You lot are very naughty, now go away and write we an essay on the three things you must improve.
WATCH VIDEO: Deputy Premier Peter Ryan has made his first public, blistering attack on his former advisor Tristan Weston, tearing into his credibility over the secret tape affair on the Neil Mitchell program.
RACIAL PROFILING: Victoria Police yesterday settled a case brought by six African-Australian men over alleged harassment, abuse and racial profiling in Flemington. Neil Mitchell spoke to Daniel Haile-Michael, an African University student involved in the case.
DRUGS IN SPORT: Neil Mitchell spoke to Sports Minister Kate Lundy this morning and accused the federal MP of 'political grandstanding' to ramp up the election campaign.
HEALTH WARNINGS: A New Zealand coroner has found a woman who drank up to ten litres of coca-cola a day died due to a 'racing heart' from an overload of caffeine. The coroner's report has sparked discussion as to whether warning labels are needed.
TIM MATHIESON: The Prime Minister's partner is under fire for a joke about Asian women during a reception at the Lodge. Tim Mathieson was addressing the West Indian Cricket Team on the importance of prostate examinations when he made the comment.
ADRIAN'S RECIPES: Looking for some inspiring Christmas recipe ideas? Adrian Richardson gives you three delicious Christmas recipes: Sweet & sour stuffed spatchcock, Christmas Turkey Galantine, and Roast chicken with parsley butter and corn bread stuffing.
NEIL MITCHELL: If you are a victim, if you know what's been going on and you have evidence of these atrocities and the obscenity of the cover-up in the Catholic Church, come forward. Now is the time for decency to strike back.
LISTEN: The legendary voice of Darth Vader joined Neil Mitchell this morning and opened up about a number of issues, including the reelection of President Barack Obama, growing up in the racially segregated US and what he thinks of his one-of-a-kind voice.
NEIL MITCHELL: "Remember Black Saturday? Because there is an indecent, obscene political fight going on around those same bushfires; An obscene and indecent fight around the safety of those people they all cried about and pledged to help."
DOWNLOAD: Leading Australian QC David Galbally has provided 3AW listeners with the following template letter to send to the Minister for Roads and the Department of Justice, if they believe they have been wrongly fined by dodgy red-light cameras.
EXCLUSIVE: Work could soon begin on a new retail complex on the historic silo's site on the Yarra River at Richmond. It will include a shopping centre, offices and a public plaza. Details here.
WATCH VIDEO: Did you see John Laws bizarre appearance on the ABC’s 730 Report? His appearence has become the target of severel online parodies and this morning even Neil Mitchell got into the spirit!
YOUTH ISSUES: 3AW and Australia’s only gay and lesbian radio station JOY 94.9 joined forces for the first time to raise awareness of the serious issues affecting today’s youth. Have a listen to historic 2-hour broadcast ad-free.
ADRIAN RICHARDSON: The bread recipe that everyone is raving about! Give Adrian Richardson's mouth-watering sourdough bread recipe a try and let us know how your bread turns out!
YOUR MONEY? Millions of dollars in unclaimed funds are sitting in the State Revenue Office, and some of it could be yours. A State Revenue Office spokesperson told Justin Smith one man has even claimed $600,000!
VIDEO: A listener sent Neil Mitchell an email this morning about what she reckons is quite possibly the best commercial ever made. We agree, this is absolutely superb!
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: This morning, the Rumour file learned Richmond club legend Neville Crowe took a nasty spill off his bike and fell into the Yarra river. Neil Mitchell spoke to the good samaritan who pulled the footballer out of the water.
NEIL MITCHELL: On an obscure, barely-watched pay TV program yesterday, Julia Gillard may well have sealed her own fate. She may well have finally ended any hope she has of leading the government into the next election.
FIVE MONTHS ON: Sam Stynes, the wife of the late Jim Stynes, has opened up to give a frank and personal interview with Neil Mitchell about her life without Jim and the effects cancer had on their relationship.
NEIL MITCHELL: "You can't allow people to become addicted legally then suddenly make it illegal. Imagine it. We'll have flying squads of smoke police raiding garages in Glen Waverley, dragging away four pensioners caught smoking."
VIDEO: A Lygon Street milk bar owner has alleged Workplace Relations and Employment Minister Bill Shorten verbally abused, all because her the meat pie he wanted was not in stock.
WALLY CONRON: The Australian inventor of the Labradoodle has been waiting years for a hip replacement. The dog-lover told Neil Mitchell: "I've given so many people mobility with the labradoodle and as soon as I have an ailment myself, I get fogged off."
TRAMSURANCE: Online activists who've set up a scheme claiming to shield fare evaders from fines have been given till tomorrow to scrap their campaign or face possible police action. Neil Mitchell spoke to the founder this morning.
ROADSIDE TESTING: Victoria's roadside police drug testing has been called into question, after a truck driver successfully contested two positive saliva readings which could have rendered him jobless. Truckie Danny Hanning told Neil Mitchell his story.
GALLERY: In honour of the Queen's jubiliee, send us photos!
JUSTIN SMITH BLOG: It’s a lot harder to keep Jeff Kennett out of the news than put him in it. With the flavour of so many pies on his fingers, there’s not much in the state he hasn’t managed to be involved with. Read the rest here.
OVER $6000 TOTAL: 'Kevin' has told Neill Mitchell he was so moved he drove across Melbourne to present a $3000 cheque to the cancer charity Challenge through Erin's mother, Kathy. Listen to Kathy and Kevin's on-air chat here.
VIRAL VIDEO: Spoon playing Gran rocks out to the Black Keys.
ARRIVE ALIVE: To launch the 2012 Easter Driver Reviver campaign the SES performed a live road rescue simulation at Federation Square.
The morning programs Seb Costello headed to Federation Square to take part in the action.
EXCLUSIVE: The Neil Mitchell program obtained footage of two men chroming on a city-bound train on the Werribee line this morning. Rebecca, a 3AW employee, filmed the incident on her mobile phone on a 7:10am train and said the two had paint on their faces and clothes.
CONGRATULATIONS: 3AW's Neil Mitchell became the first radio journalist to win the coveted Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year award, named in honour of the legendary, late editor of The Age. Watch Neil accept his award.
REPLAY: In the past week, The Neil Mitchell Program received complaints from listeners regarding comments Tom Elliott made about the Australian Army on the Weekend Break. Today, Neil confronted Tom about his comment. Listen here.
VIDEO: Simon Crean has taken a swipe at former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, saying one of the reasons he lost the leadership is that he was not a team player. Watch Neil Mitchell's hard-hitting editorial and listen to Simon Crean.
Neil Mitchell has been contacted by a man with a holy yarn.
Ron Barassi wants to meet face-to-face the man who bashed him in St Kilda. 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.
WHITE RIBBON DAY: Neil Mitchell spoke to two men who admitted to perpetrating violence against women. Hear their stories as Australia unites against domestic violence.
UPDATE: Anti-domestic violence organisation White Ribbon says Matthew Newton is not taking enough responsibility for his actions, following the actor's controversial TV interview on Monday night.
An article which appeared in the Victoria Police Gazette caught the attention of Neil Mitchell. Certainly a candidate for the International Idiot Awards (if there is such a thing?)..
An online advertisment offering a teenage girl's virginity for sale for $15,000 has sparked public outrage but authorities say they're powerless to act.
KEN LAY'S SAY: Neil Mitchell came out firing against the Occupy Melbourne protesters this morning, revealing that one of the main organisers of the movement, Jake Wishart, works for Greens MP Adam Bandt.