Denis Walter broadcasting live from the Golden Princess, the biggest ship to dock in Melbourne.
8:24 AM The SES has responded to more than 650 calls for assistance overnight, including more than 250 since midnight following a night of wild winds.
8:37 AM The iconic Nylex clock is set to be restored to its former glory, as part of a residential and commercial development.
A woman has been arrested after a brief security scare at Melbourne airport on Tuesday.
Neil Mitchell program 10:38 AM Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has intervened to help Madison Pellow make her trip of a lifetime to Disneyland.
Premier announces a $49 million funding boost for Victoria Police as a result of the growing terror threat.
5:50 PM The state government has been criticised for a "confusing" new rule banning hymns in state schools.
12:20 PM Victoria's former chief commissioner has been brought to tears reading a Federal Government report into domestic violence.
4:36 PM Residents cannot agree on how to pronounce this suburb's name.
Former Turkish MP tells Neil Mitchell rising tensions between Turkey and Russia could end in war.
5:17 PM Are there links between children's toys, gender stereotypes and even domestic violence? The Greens want a Senate inquiry to find out.
There are fresh concerns conflict in the Middle East will escalate after a Russian fighter jet was shot down over Turkey.
A plan which would give a $7 billion boost to Australia's bottom line has been thrown up by the Grattan Institute following a policy think tank.
11:40 AM Kylie Minogue is sharing the Christmas cheer around this year. She joined Neil Mitchell on 3AW Mornings for a wide-ranging interview.
Which Christmas carol is best? Ross and John have started a "World Cup" in search of the best festive tune.
Sydney draftee Tyrone Leonardis is in hot water after he apparently 'liked' two Facebook pages critical of AFL great Adam Goodes.
Alcohol is putting far more pressure on hospitals than the drug ice, a new study has revealed.
The 3AW phone lines rang hot after Tom Elliott's editorial on religions and their flaws.
Rule number one: If you are out drinking, you must be home before 7pm or stay out until after 11pm.
The father of a Melbourne woman who survived the Paris terror attacks opens up to Neil Mitchell about his views on immigration.
Neil Mitchell Neil Mitchell gives an insight into his Mercedes Benz hot lap at Sandown on Tuesday.
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