Denis Walter broadcasting live from the Golden Princess, the biggest ship to dock in Melbourne.
7:17 AM Snake-catcher Barry tells Ross and John about his nasty cot catch.
9:41 AM Neil Mitchell has says he was "pleasantly surprised" by his experience appearing on ABC's Q&A on Monday night.
Jake Bourke 11:01 AM A veteran police officer suffering post-traumatic stress disorder has hit out at inconsistencies within the force's welfare system.
4:56 PM Telstra has revealed human error was behind Tuesday's national outage which derailed the mobile phone network.
5:40 PM Tom Elliott can't understand why Australians are forced to pay so much for gas.
4:37 PM A bill to be introduced on Thursday will force the Victorian government to make a decision on Uber.
3AW Breakfast 9:30 AM A caller points out why Ross and John shouldn't talking about not trusting people with two first names...
4:21 PM Video stores are still kicking in Melbourne but one store owner admits it'll be a "struggle" to remain sustainable long-term.
12:21 PM Motorcyclists are dying on Victorian roads this year at almost double the normal rate
8:33 AM People left paralysed could walk again as Melbourne researchers develop a revolutionary "bionic spine".
David Galbally QC takes aim at Councils after a 100-year-old was forced to appear in court over a traffic fine.
11:05 AM A Carlton legend is set to don the black and white stripes of Collingwood for a one-off return to football.
8:43 AM Brendan Farrell is the orgraniser of the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners, and this plea has been viewed on Facebook more than 480,000 times.
9:29 AM A man has been killed, a teenager has been seriously injured and a truck driver is yet to be located, after a horror crash in the state's south-west this morning.
A Fitzroy North restaurant is holding evenings for anyone with questions about Islam.
Paul Osborne from real estate firm Secret Agent told Tom Elliott the five suburbs that are "where it's happening".
The Andrews Government won't rule out sky rail being used to remove other level crossings across the state.
Police Minister Wade Noonan has taken a three month leave of absence.
Ross and John learn the controversial sky rail proposed for the Cranbourne-Pakenham line will actually be quieter than the current set-up.
3AW Drive host Tom Elliott has taken issue with Daniel Andrews' letter to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
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