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8:30 AM Rumour confirmed: An Australian Open ballboy falls asleep, gets locked in trainyard.
7:34 AM Victoria has undoubtedly reached a turning point when it comes to law and order, says Sly Of The Underworld.
Ross and John are LIVE from Splashland, summer's coolest inflatable water slide park at Caulfield Racecourse!
Cutting your calories by a fifth could significantly reduce the risk of developing cancers, age-related diseases and even delay the ageing process, research has found.
Australian tennis champion Paul McNamee says Nick Kyrgios needs support and is on an "emotional rollercoaster".
A bizarre incident has been captured on dashcam footage of a man wearing a mask, gesturing and waving a piece of wood in the air.
A third of university students in Australia won't finish their degree within six years.
Tempers have flared at the homeless camp at Flinders Street Station, with a woman lashing out at camera crews.
Don't be alarmed if you receive a brown water bill, it's all part of the job.
New research suggests patients should avoid being rude to doctors and nurses who treat them in hospital.
There's an old adage that one should never have a cappuccino after 11am, but Giuseppe Lavazza says it's not an absolute rule.
New research shows bees are a bigger public threat than snakes, spiders, and jellyfish.
Iconic Footscray doughnuts store Olympic Doughnuts is shutting up shop for good.
Dash camera video doing the rounds on social media shows a police car bumping into another driver in an intersection.
A record amount is owed by fine dodgers in Victoria.
Ross and John discuss which films a dog would like to see.
A stingray has been spotted at Middle Park Beach and was creating quite a sight for onlookers.
Andy Murray has been knighted. So what do you call him?
The 3AW Breakfast crew all wore white shirts on Friday. Why? Click here to find out!
Feel like a bit of a fool talking to a puppy in a high-pitched voice? You shouldn't! It works.
The CFA has launched its latest campaign, taking aim at those who throw cigarettes out of cars.
Ever taken a question a little too literally? This woman did when being interviewed!
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Ross and John were joined in studio by Saroo and Sue Brierley, the real-life stars of Lion.
3AW callers have provided potential leads to the homicide squad investigating the 1980 murder of Thomas Cooper.
A plan has been unveiled to build 57 one bedroom portable houses for the homeless. It'd funded by a wealthy Melbourne family.
Ross and John got a mighty chuckle out of this one! A 3AW Breakfast listener alerted them to a rather amusing greyhound name.
Details have emerged of an elaborate Christmas theft of more than a dozen cars from the Toyota factory in Melbourne.
A Williamstown woman is living in fear, sharing her home with a deadly snake.
Victoria is reportedly looking interstate for experienced staff to help deal with the state's youth justice crisis.
A group of leading international doctors claim up to one-third of all medical procedures are being conducted unnecessarily.
Ross and John find out more about phones exploding into flames on planes.
A surge in shark sightings along the coast and in Port Phillip Bay this summer is failing to stop people from getting in the water.
There is perhaps no question more vexing for young Australians today than the decision whether to buy or rent a home.
3AW Breakfast's Ross and John return on Monday, as well as your Afternoons favourite, Denis Walter!
Justin and Kate speak with "Fugly McHideous" about his surf swims.
Tregan Borg reviews the 'vibey neighbourhood eatery' Stray Neighbour in Preston.
A curious fox got into a bit of trouble at Mernda on Friday morning.
Motorists, you've been warned. Ross and John spoke with VicRoads about the latest closures.
A northern suburbs home was gutted after the next door neighbour's BBQ sent embers flying over the fence.
Dash cam vision has captured the moment a lost emu held up traffic in Gippsland.
Hundreds of Victorians have been diagnosed with Ross River virus, with recent heavy rains causing the mosquito population to surge.
Woman leading the search for owners of a dogs's ashes found on Melbourne beach.
Dash camera footage has emerged of a car slamming into a trolley bay in Melbourne's south east.
A mystery man who came to the rescue of another man by alerting him to a possibly cancerous mark on his left cheek has been found.
The iconic house from the The Castle could be on its way to New South Wales.
A man hunt is underway to find a burglar who took a nap while inside his victim's Donvale home.
A bank in Melbourne's west was left unlocked with the door open over New Years weekend.
Parents are being urged to tip in what they can, and help their children buy a safer first car, in a bid to drive down the road toll.
A popular burger chain in Melbourne's inner west has been vandalised with graffiti as well as having its windows and doors smashed.
2017 is forecast to be a bumper year for Australian farmers with production expected to exceed $60 billion for the first time.
Dean Jones believes you'd have to be "stupid" to think corruption doesn't exist in cricket.
'Humpty Dumpty' told 3AW a troubled building site in the eastern suburbs has had one of the townhouses begin to collapse into the pit.
A horse racing on Friday evening in Melbourne's south east is named after a 3AW Breakfast favourite.
Victoria's train map has been given a colourful makeover, and not includes regional lines.
A record number of commuters are touching-on and touching-off on Melbourne public transport network, Minister Allen spoke with 3AW Breakfast.
Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle is waging war on homeless camps with CBD streets to be swept clean next week.
A delivery driver, who caught thieves rummaging through his truck, was left grazed after trying to stop them.
Severe weather warning issued for damaging winds and heavy rain across the state.
A man has allegedly fled from police on foot after a delay in putting him in the back of a police van.
It still feels like Christmas, but that didn't stop Woolworths from selling the traditional Hot Cross Buns more than 100 days before Easter.
Where in Melbourne can we pick up delicious (not necessarily healthy) cheap food under $10? Wendy Hargreaves has the answer.
Bush walkers have expressed concern over a controversial plan to build luxury accommodation in part of Victoria's pristine high country.
A new trend has emerged which sees people lock themselves in IKEA overnight.
There's many things to consider before you buy gift cards as presents this Christmas.
The flies and insects are expected to be out in full force over summer.
Entertainment reporter Pete Ford says there's more to the alleged sex scandal engulfing Seven boss Tim Worner than what's being reported.
Police have described the results of the Christmas road safety blitz over the holiday period as disturbing.
UPDATE: All lanes have reopened on the Princes Freeway in Werribee following a two-truck crash.
The spike in food poisoning cases has busted a common kitchen myth.
An elaborate Christmas lights display will be back up and running at a church in Gladstone Park.
The worst words and phrases of 2016 have been announced. And number one's a doozy.
Leaving behind a record of internet accounts and passwords is critically important for loved ones to be able to access money, documents and information, funeral directors say.
Switching off your mobile phone could help drastically improve productivity in Australian workplaces, neuroscientists say.
Twelve people have been killed and a number have been injured when a truck ploughed into a Christmas market in Berlin.
Justin and Kate debate what foods should be kept in the fridge.
A new global campaign ‘The Secret Gift of Giving’ aims to spread the message of giving and document its impact on givers.
Two million employees are forced to take their annual leave over Christmas each year.
Police are investigating a brawl involving as many as 150 people in Melbourne's west overnight.
A warning for anyone thinking dressing up as Santa at a shopping centre would be an easy job.
Innocent bystanders have been caught in the middle of a wild brawl involving as many as 40 youths.
Police have been guided by a star to arrest an alleged thief.
A groundbreaking trial under way in Melbourne could help millions of epilepsy sufferers.
Kate and Justin give classic Hollywood films a Broadmeadows slant.
A property near Geelong that's believed to be connected to a disqualified greyhound trainer has been raided.
'Bronzed Aussie' told 3AW Breakfast about a new statue of a famous sportsman to be shortly unveiled at a sporting stadium in Melbourne.
Andrew Taylor's only eaten potatoes for one year.
There's a push for Geelong to get its own dedicated State Minister.
Justin and Kate found out more, inspired by an idea floated to build a moat around Parliament House.
'Democracy sausage' has snagged the crown of Australia's 2016 word of the year.
The Les Twentyman Foundation faces a race against the clock to replace Christmas gifts destroyed in a huge fire in Footscray.
A Christmas display in Fountain Gate has shown that the reindeer is definitely a boy!
A breakthrough Alzehimer's drug will be available to Melbourne patients from next year, after an early stage trial in the US showed promising results.
A fire has caused an estimated $250,000 damage to a home in Meadow Heights.
Some of Melbourne's most notorious congestion hot-spots could be wiped out, if the Andrews Government wins the next state election.
Congratulations to "Home Run" on winning this year's Rumour File draw!
Damian Tardio reveals 3AW Breakfast's top 10 sound effects for 2016
A warning for a Tsunami between one to three metres has been issued following a 7.8 magnitude earthquake off Coast of the Solomon Islands.
An audio engineer for The Beatles says he always knew they always knew they were onto something special when they pressed record.
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