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Woman charged with murder

8:15 PM   Police have charged a Chinese national over the deaths of two people at Albanvale in Melbourne's west.

'Serial vigilante' theory

The historic St James Church in Brighton is one of three to burn within 48 hours.

9:23 AM   The Catholic Church is denying links between three suspicious fires at suburban churches and paedophile priests.

ASADA could appeal decision

Ben McDevitt answers questions at ASADA's press conference in Canberra.

Jake Bourke 12:39 PM   ASADA boss Ben McDevitt says there still isn't enough proof that Essendon players weren't injected with performance enhancing drugs.

RCH fundraiser booted

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch taking part in the Wheelbarrow Push in the 1950s.

1:30 PM   Neil Mitchell slams "bloody-minded, pointless beauracracy" over Good Friday Appeal rule.

Andrews' new game plan

Daniel Andrews took calls on 3AW Drive.

6:12 PM   Daniel Andrews has conceded Victoria needs to develop another road project in order to receive Federal funding.

Police hunt Oz Day nude

Police told Ross and John only a small star was needed.

6:29 AM   This guy's April 1 is not going to be good as his Australia Day.

Charter defends decision

Shane Charter has defended his decision to not give evidence.

Jake Bourke 2:19 PM   One of the key players in the Essendon supplement saga has compared the scandal to Lance Armstrong.

Bodies discovered in Geelong

Two men have been found dead in a Whittington house

Yvette Gray 12:55 PM   Homicide detectives are investigating the discovery of two men's bodies at a house in Geelong.

Time to open up the pharmacy business: Tom Elliott

Law prevents proper competition in the pharmacy industry, Tom Elliott argues.

4:42 PM   Should laws regarding the location of pharmacies be relaxed to see more competition?

NOT an April Fools gag

Hydrogen-powered Hyundai ix35

10:05 AM   Ross accused Ela Carte of falling for an April Fools gag, but it's true.

NOT GUILTY: The reaction

Jobe Watson and past and present Essendon players front the media.

Jake Bourke   Jobe Watson says what happened at the club in 2012 still doesn't sit comfortably with him, despite being cleared by the anti-doping tribunal.

'Make that man yours!'

The post was spotted on Facebook recently and has since been taken down.

Danielle Galvin   Positive pregnancy tests are apparently being sold on Facebook groups for $20, in what Neil Mitchell describes as grubby.

How you can get clenbuterol


Former ASADA boss Richard Ings talks Ross and John through the known possibilities.

South-east rail project overhaul

The government announced changes to the rail upgrade today.

The Andrews Government announces a major re-design of the Cranbourne-Pakenham rail upgrade promised under the former government.

'I am certain they'll muck it up'

Neil Mitchell says he's both superannuation is set to change.

A crackdown on tax concessions on superannuation could unfairly "move the goal posts" for retirees, Neil Mitchell says.

Driver's double-whammy

Victoria Police

A driver who nearly copped two fines for wearing her seatbelt too low and talking back to an officer told Ross and John she is bemused.

A fresh start for The Ghan

Allegro Funds will take the driver's seat on The Ghan.

A private equity firm is on track to take over The Ghan and will invest at least $10 million to improve the carriages.

3AW is #BuskingMelbourne

3AW is #BuskingMelbourne for the kids on Monday.

Join Neil, Denis, the 3AW Football team and celebrity buskers to raise money for the Good Friday Appeal.

TJ sings the Blues for the kids

Neil Mitchell watches on as Tom Elliott lends Tony Jones a hand.

Now this is busking of a different kind!

Taking over Bourke Street Mall

Denis Walter busking for the Good Friday Appeal.

Danielle Galvin   Buskers, performers and comedians all of kinds took over Bourke Street Mall on Monday for 3AW's Busking Melbourne.

Gallery: Busking Melbourne

Anthony Callea with Neil Mitchell.

Celebrity buskers, tin-rattlers and politicians pull together for 3AW's Good Friday Appeal fundraiser.


Historic church up in flames

St James fully alight.

Fire fighters are battling a huge blaze at a church in Brighton.

Sly's insights into Bayley's past

Sly of the Underworld shared his thoughts with Ross and John.

The law is rarely black and white, Sly of the Underworld says, but the parole system failed Jill Meagher,

Greens accused of 'hysteria'

Professor Marcia Langton says the reaction to cashless welfare cards has been hysteric.

Jake Bourke   A leading indigenous voice has accused the Greens of trying to beat up hysteria.

Buy. Swap & Sell: March 29

The latest from Buy, Swap and Sell with Darren James.

"The latest bargains, as heard from 6am to 8am on 3AW."

A surprising act of kindness

Eliza was touched when she found out someone had picked up the bill for her petrol when her card declined.

An act of goodwill at a petrol station inspired one 3AW listener to pay it forward.

A new start for the grand final parade

Swans fans line up for the parade last year.

The grand final parade could become even more of a spectacle for fans, with plans to make the most of the Friday public holiday.

Bayley found guilty of rapes

Adrian Bayley.

Pat Mitchell   Adrian Bayley has been found guilty of raping three women before he killed Jill Meagher.

'You can't put a price on life'

Greg Davies.

Victims of Crime Commissioner Greg Davies has backed calls for a wide-ranging inquiry into the failings of the Adrian Bayley case.

Jignesh lands in Australia

Jignesh Sanghrajka (right) with his brother Mehul Sanghrajka (left) in India.

The Indian cricket lover who Ross and John helped overcome stingy red tape has landed in Melbourne - and he's ready to cheer for Australia!

Melbourne's population plan

Melbourne is to be home to up to 8.2 million people in the next 40 years.

More than 640 hectares worth of developable land is right on Melbourne's doorstep, Planning Minister Richard Wynne says.

Malcolm Fraser remembered

Malcolm Fraser has been remembered as a courageous and unique Australian.

Lauren Hilbert   Malcolm Fraser has been remembered as a courageous and unique Australian.

Germanwings crash 'deliberate'

A picture from Facebook of a man believed to be 28-year-old co-pilot Andreas Lubitz.

The 28-year-old German co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 4U9525 appears to have deliberately crashed the plane, French prosecutors have said.

Scammers send fake speeding tickets


RUMOUR CONFIRMED: Scammers are sending fake speeding tickets to Victorian drivers to trick people into forwarding money into their bank accounts.

Melbourne's congestion woes

Scott Charlton said Melbourne's congestion level is on par with New York.

So what, exactly, is the government doing?

E-ffective? You say 'Yes'

Professor Ian Olver told Ross and John e-cigarette's may actually be harmful.

Ross and John use the audience for the health research, and the results are conclusive!

'Let him die in jail'

Greg Davies.

Danielle Galvin   Victims of Crime Commissioner Greg Davies says Adrian Bayley should never have been free to walk the streets.

Final farewell to murdered teen

Melbourne schoolgirl Masa Vukotic.

Melbourne schoolgirl Masa Vukotic has been farewelled in a traditional Serbian funeral service in Springvale.

One D fans' disturbing hashtag

One Direction's Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik and Harry Styles in Sydney last year.

Shocking images of children self-harming have emerged on social media in the wake of a boy band member's resignation.

Fears for missing schoolgirl

Police say Michelle's disappearance is out of character.

Police hold concerns for the welfare of a missing schoolgirl.



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