ALP: Senior Labor officials have admitted to listening to and downloading the contents of a dictaphone belonging to an Age journalist.
NEIL'S PICS: 3AW Mornings has been sent a photo of a car donning a homemade number plate which reads 'DEATH to all Israeli militant Nazis'.
NEIL'S PICS: A Melbourne man has been left stunned after being billed $1095 for one night in a secure parking lot in the city.
LISTEN: AFL boss Gillon McLachlan says he doesn’t know why the Pies and Crows' final-like clash is being held in such an unpopular timeslot.
LISTEN: Senator Jacqui Lambie says she was just being a "normal Aussie girl" when she said she likes her men well-endowed.
LISTEN:One of Melbourne’s leading back surgeons has dismissed a report paracetamol is ineffective against back pain.
LISTEN: There's a renewed push to legalise cannabis for medical purposes and it is gathering a groundswell of community support.
LISTEN: A speed camera at a busy St Kilda intersection has raked in nearly $2 million in fines within a 27-day period, but Neil Mitchell has questioned its fairness.
LISTEN: The Taxi Commissioner has made clear details regarding a new public register after a flurry of taxi drivers voiced their concerns.
WATCH: A Melbourne father and son duo say they’ve been forever changed after completing an 800km walk through South-Western Europe for charity.
UNCUT INTERVIEW: Mohammed Suliman, a Palestinian student living in Gaza, has brought the conflict to the world through a series of moving tweets. Today he spoke to Neil Mitchell.
WATCH: The Lord Mayor Robert Doyle says he doesn't think the city is oversupplied by apartment buildings following a recent influx in high-rise building proposals.
LISTEN: Survivors of Black Saturday bushfires will receive nearly half a billion dollars in the largest class action settlement in Australian history.
LISTEN: An Australian journalist says he’s feeling “very exposed” as war resumes in Donetsk near the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
MINI-VIDS: Chief police commisioner Ken Lay has signalled changes to how police pursuits are undertaken.
LATEST: Nearly 400 people in a country Victorian town have been told to undergo HIV tests after coming into contact with a health professional.
LISTEN: A courageous whistleblower has received a top human rights award for speaking out about a grave case of police neglect.
WATCH: AFL chief Gillon McLachlan says the future health monitoring of Essendon players needs to be a priority and is something the AFL’s medical officer is looking at.
LISTEN: There are calls for the Commonwealth Bank and Australia's corporate regulator ASIC to face a Royal Commission into the shoddy treatment of thousands of people who've received bad financial advice.
WATCH: The Premier says the government won't be forced to cut services and raise taxes despite facing a half-a-billion-dollar fine over the bungled pokies licence deal.
LISTEN: The Australian metal band behind an expletive song named ‘F… Cancer’ is refusing to apologise for offensive posters plastered around Melbourne.
LISTEN: An Australian woman has spoken of how she and her partner were horrifically attacked by a group of men on the Greek holiday island of Mykonos.
LEAKED TAPE: Jeff Kennett says the leaked tape involving former premier Ted Baillieu was “no stuff up”, but a “deliberate” ploy.
WATCH: This lachrymose, cross-generational tale has been almost two decades in the making - a story that began with a tears-of-joy talkback call 19 years ago.
LISTEN: The advisor for the Motoring Ethusiast Party’s Ricky Muir says it is not a given that he will vote with the Palmer United Party.
AUSTRALIAN RADIO EXCLUSIVE: 3AW Donna Demaio sits down for a one-on-one interview with Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood.
LISTEN: Former Premier Jeff Kennett has questioned why Ted Baillieu would want to remain in parliament.
VIDEO: Dramatic footage has emerged of a savage fight at Stalactites restaurant.
GALLERY: Neil Mitchell has compiled a gallery of cute dogs in protest against the ugly dog competition held at the weekend. “Most dogs are cute, celebrate them, we don’t want ugly dog competitions!”
LISTEN: As outrage continues in Bendigo over the building of a mosque, it’s been revealed that far-right anti-islamic groups are funding the fight to block the city's Islamic place of worship.
WATCH: A bus driver brutally attacked by an ice addict speaks exclusively with Neil Mitchell.
LISTEN: The father of a teenage girl nearly killed after a suspected street race ended in a fiery crash is pleading for witnesses to come forward.
LISTEN: A country football legend survived death on the weekend after being revived on the field.
LISTEN: Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews says the Labor party will review its vetting process to ensure nothing is missed again.
LISTEN: An Australian woman and her partner have been assaulted by a group of men while holidaying in Mykonos.
LISTEN: A woman is lucky to be alive after suffering a serious health scare on a flight from Perth to Melbourne overnight.
LISTEN: Leading Melbourne academic says social media is presenting a whole set of new challenges for police and security agencies, as footage emerges of Australian and British jihadists calling on western Muslims to join the cause.
LISTEN: Public servants are threatening industrial action because they’ve been asked to work an extra nine minutes a day.
LISTEN: Drug expert says medicinal cannabis could be a reality in Australia in the next few years after lobbying MP's for law changes to allow sick people legal access to the drug.
LISTEN: Mayor of Bendigo Council - who supports the construction of a mosque in the region - believes those against the development 'just don't want Muslims in Bendigo'.
WATCH: AFL boss Gillon McLachlan insists no deal was ever negotiated to ensure Essendon players would avoid punishment over the supplements saga.
LISTEN: The Lord Mayor says he supports calls for a ferry boat service from Docklands to Federation Square, but says it's a difficult prospect.
LISTEN: Controversial Political Leader Danny Nalliah has admitted speaking to the Victorian Liberal Party and Geoff Shaw about guaranteeing preference deals ahead of the state election.
MINI-VIDS: One of country’s most successful businessmen has put forward several ways to create stronger social ties, community and people investment in Australia.
COURT: Supermarket chain Coles has been found to have engaged in false, misleading and deceptive conduct after claiming their bread was 'baked today, sold today'.
VIDEO: The Police Minister says he's not at odds with the Chief Commissioner over his vision for how the force should be run.
PHOTOS: Concerned residents have contacted 3AW Mornings after repeated attempts to get their local council to remove dumped hard rubbish from their nature strip have fallen on deaf ears.
GOOD FRIDAY: Neil Mitchell says he doesn't like the idea of Good Friday football, but now that it's inevitable, he says it should be used to exploit the Royal Children's Hospital.
OPINION: Neil Mitchell says there is a war brewing between the state government and police, and police have just fired the first shot.
VIDEO: Psychic medium John Edward joins a 'sceptical but ignorant' Neil Mitchell.
VIDEO: Neil Mitchell has toured the new cell block of Port Phillip Prison a day before it is due to house inmates.
LISTEN: Previously conjoined twins who captured the hearts of Melbourne when they were separated in 2009, have welcomed a baby brother into the world.
IRAQ: The extreme Sunni group that has seized territory across northern Iraq has posted photographs online that appear to show its fighters executing Iraqi soldiers.
LISTEN: The families of asylum seekers killed in a boat crash off Christmas Island in 2010 are suing the government, claiming it breached its duty of care.
NEIL'S PICS: There's been a dramatic crash on the Monash Freeway this morning.
LISTEN: High school students will be taught about respect in a new State Government initiative aimed at curbing gender-based violence. Leading academic and brains behind the program told Tom Elliott it teaches children the benefits of positive relationships between genders.
PHOTOS: 3AW Mornings have obtained troubling pictures of violence and drug taking on Melbourne's trains.
LISTEN: A carpenter has made the ultimate statement and left his job after being told he couldn’t bring his dog to work.
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.
OPINION: Neil Mitchell says what's happening to the Essendon Football Club and its fans is "outrageous".
LISTEN: One of the faces behind domestic violence ‘Take a stand campaign’ says she still encourages other victims to speak up, despite her attacker walking away scot-free.
SPRING ST: Geoff Shaw has been suspended from State Parliament, and will return to parliament on September 2.
TRAFFIC: The Auditor-General has found Victoria’s smart traffic systems haven’t been strategically planned with Melbourne’s average speed dropping significantly in the past two years.
LISTEN: Backpackers are being offered up to $1500 in airfares to come to Australia and work as charity collectors on our streets.
VIDEO: Volkswagen has launched a bold campaign highlighting the dangers of using your mobile phone while driving.
LISTEN: The Australian Grand Prix winner's trophy will be named in honour of motor-racing champion Sir Jack Brabham.
LISTEN: Senator elect Ricky Muir has been advised by Pauline Hanson to stop the media interviews.
RIP: Four-year-old Peter Gourlay, who stole the hearts of many across Melbourne, has lost his battle with cancer.
LISTEN: The Department of Health has been forced to apologise to parents of stillborn babies after sending them pamphlets on breast feeding.
WATCH: Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour says the company needs to become a leaner organistation with letter volume down a billion items.
LISTEN: A former flying officer has told of his terrifying near-death experience losing consciousness after jumping from his aircraft under attack.
AFL: Illicit drug tests are down in the AFL with 15 positive tests to illicit substances in 2013, down from 26.
RESEARCH: Smacking children can lead to drug addiction, depression and violent tendencies as an adult according to research from a Finnal university.
LISTEN: Jeff Kennett says Malcolm Turnbull has been deliberately disrupting his own government.
LISTEN: Premier Denis Napthine says he is not worried about a potential by-election in Frankston as moves to expel Independent MP Geoff Shaw intensify.
UPDATE: A Melbourne suburban football club has responded to reports that club officials made players strip naked and run around an oval as punishment for poor performance.
LISTEN: Leading scientist says managing stress is just as important as managing weight.
FOUND: In the quickest Neil Mitchell Fix It Campaign to date, missing dog squad pup, Luther, was found by a 3AW listener moments after police put the call out on air.
LISTEN: Melbourne meter readers appear to be resorting to extreme measures to subdue yapping dogs.
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NEIL'S PICS: After hearing about 'yarn bombing', Neil Mitchell has his interest in knitting 'spun'! Send your pics to email@example.com.
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.