The man who masterminded Melbourne's unique laneway culture has a bold plan to turn ailing Elizabeth Street into an urban creek.
Jake Bourke 4:33 PM Federal Minister Scott Morrison has high hopes after the release of today's intergenerational report.
Jake Bourke 6:19 PM Controversial Senator David Leyonhjelm says there's no proof indigenous people were the first Australians.
8:03 AM Laneway mastermind tells Ross and John about his ambitious new idea...
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12:50 PM A four-year-old child in country Victoria was left locked inside a bus for several hours.
Jake Bourke 1:12 PM Neil Mitchell says it's time to get serious about finding jobs for Australia's ageing population.
5:38 PM Police and Corrections Minister says the number of drug labs being shut down by police has increased five-fold in the past 20 years.
9:07 AM An unlikely suburb in Melbourne's south-east has joined the million dollar club, while some others have dropped off the list.
1:09 PM The AFL season hasn't even started, so is it too early to start speculating about the grand final entertainment? No.
12:35 PM High levels of toxic metals are polluting imported food products coming into Australia, SPC Ardmona's Managing Director says.
9:24 AM This weekend's nude bike ride through Melbourne has made a route change to pay tribute to a killed cyclist.
12:52 PM "This is the last time I use my phone while driving!"
12:05 PM An expert in young driver behaviour has some ideas as to how parents can work with their kids to make them better drivers.
The sacked former Managing Director of the Lost Dogs Home says he'll challenge the decision.
A rent increase of almost 800 per cent at the nation's busiest container port would have devastating ramifications, industry leaders say.
Australia Post has found enough trouble for itself, but we've got some bad news, now they're cursed by the Rumour File.
Danielle Galvin A lawyer for the Bali nine duo has vowed to continue their legal fight as they make their way to the island for execution.
Victorian Sports Minister John Eren has defended the Government’s decision to give cage fighting the green light.
A koala expert says the culling of more than 700 koalas was necessary because they were "falling out of the trees due to starvation".
Jake Bourke Healthy living network slams MCC's decision to slash the price of a pie and coke at the MCG.
Young female uni students in the inner suburbs say they don't feel safe travelling home alone at night, in the latest Your Town series.
Hockey's stance against foreign investment should not stop at a $39 million Sydney mansion.
Australia Post CEO Ahmed Fahour explains the changes to the delivery service and the rise in the cost of stamps.
Lauren Hilbert The CFA's Fiskville training facility has been shut down after chemical residue was found in the water supply.
Jake Bourke The TAC admits the rules surrounding claims from accidents involving cyclists are confusing.
Yvette Gray Three men have ended up in the Yarra River following a fight at Southbank last night.
Jake Bourke Federal Health Minister Sussan Ley says proposed GP co-payment "gone forever" but some need to "pay more" at the doctor.
Jake Bourke Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran look to be just days from death after latest development.
Penguins on St Kilda's foreshore are suffering from an increase in happy snappers using selfie sticks.
It seems middle-aged men are the ones who miss out the most when it comes to living alone, according to new research.
Australia Post has announced a new two-tiered pricing system which could see an increase in the cost of stamps.
Ross and John have come up with a list of Melbourne icons that should feature in our city's version of the classic board game.
The Reserve Bank has decided not to reduce the official cash rate by 0.25 per cent, despite recent speculation by economists.
Look out for the 2052 tram, Neil Mitchell is pictured next to his beloved Demons colours in a campaign for the Good Friday Appeal.
The companies at the centre of a controversial home loan deal have been labelled “mad” and “irresponsible” by Tom Elliott.
FIRST ON 3AW: A kids swimming competition has been slapped with a music ban as neighbours say they're making too much noise.
Danielle Galvin A training session for a group of cyclists became a nightmare ride after they were attacked by a man armed with a baton.
Jake Bourke A man who suffered a mid-air seizure while skydiving admits he cheated death.
Food and drink prices at the MCG slashed in big win for football fans.
Concert goers at Hanging Rock on the weekend were warned not to take any photos of the show, five hours before the Eagles began their set.
Danielle Galvin Questions have been raised about the restrictions on felling dangerous trees following the death of a toddler.
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