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Kate Stevenson Kate Stevenson (Ela Carte) reviews Camus in Northcote, "It's a gorgeous looking space, with thoughtful food to match".
Is this Melbourne's most confusing parking sign? And was a police officer caught out?
It's about a judge with penchant for Black Sabbath.
A man has allegedly stolen a 'stunt' car from Sandown racecourse before committing a burglary at a convenience store.
If you think snacking on flavoured yoghurt makes you healthy... think again.
Is it a failing of parenting that millennials are known to change jobs so quickly?
The dirty laundry is being aired at the AOC, but Ross noted one person's keeping a low profile...
We now have photo evidence of today's big, important news stemming from the Rumour File: Mating kangaroos stopped traffic in Melbourne yesterday.
It's 25 years since the first Reading Writing Hotline jingle and it's said to be one of Australia's most well-known!
Sly wins a Logie, discusses the 100 point plan and raises concerns over firearms
Lots of the points get a big tick from Ross and John, who spoke to Mr Glare this morning.
If Neil Mitchell ever pulls a hamstring, Ross and John know where to get his replacement.
Ross and John's fascinating and emotional interview with Dennis Frank about how he found Lance-Corporal Vivian George Taylor.
Vexed listener Merle called Ross and John with a very important question: Why wasn't there anyone selling the AFL Record before the Western Bulldogs v Brisbane match?
The Rail Freight Alliance has renewed calls for changes to temperature controls over trains
Ross and John, both former lawyers, held a dim view of Viagogo's practices.
12 rare and valuable parrots were stolen from an aviary in Melbourne's south-east.
A war memorial in Melbourne's east has been vandalised on the eve of Anzac day.
Dashcam footage show's driver's incredible escape from bus T-boning
Ross and John discuss the shooting (in Burnso's old neighbourhood), the new laws and pose the question: Is it a drive-by shooting if you walk past a house?
Tregan Borg Tregan Borg reviews Merne at Lighthouse in Drysdale.
A study out of the UK suggesting cycling reduces the risk of cancer has Justin scratching his head.
3AW Breakfast cross live to Paris for the latest.
An instant beer craze is rumoured to be sweeping the US and it's causing quite a bit of controversy.
With adults banned from Melbourne's new Lego Centre without a child, we list what else they shouldn't be allowed to do.
Graphic labels on alcohol packaging, similar to those on cigarette packs, may help curb alcohol consumption.
"If you do that, what does it say to the rest of your players?"
She's stubborn and has a bad heart, apparently.
Authorities in Thailand are hoping to bring order to the street food scene in Bangkok, with their sights set on banning the stalls that clutter the city.
Further details emerge of boy's horrific fall from a ride at the Rye Easter carnival.
'Cheeky' locals snap up a bargain from their neighbours' garage sale, then sell it at a higher price.
Carlton's 'steak stink' pub closure only the start of problems, expert warns Melbourne pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes.
Fire has broken out in a family home at Seddon early this morning.
3AW listeners respond to provocative column from first-home buyer.
Is it the five second or ten second rule? An Australian professor has told 3AW Breakfast, it could be much more than that...
A video tutorial has re-emerged showing how to open a bottle of beer with a folded piece of paper, Scorcher gave it a crack!
Coles has told its supermarket staff to stop using signs declaring "I'm Free" after staff were subjected to lewd comments.
Father Kevin Dillon says "he's dirty" the AFL is starting its historic Good Friday match in the afternoon.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist throws his support behind Regional Victoria's revolutionary bid to host the 2030 event.
A young manager sent out to buy 500 chocolate Easter eggs has returned with 500 fresh ones.
Some UBER drivers have been caught out "scamming" the system.
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Justin and Kate were on a mission to find out exactly how Victorian traffic lights operate.
Research suggests the earlier teenagers start to consume alcohol, the more problems they will have with it in adulthood.
The Beijing government is offering financial rewards for anyone who catches a potential foreign spy.
Ross Stevenson has paid tribute his mate John Clarke, who has died at the age of 68.
Dumpster divers are dining out on the mountains of edible food being thrown away.
He was once the golden boy of breakfast television, but Karl Stefanovic won't last the year as host of the Today Show, says Peter Ford.
Two elderly women had to be rescued after getting stuck in quicksand at Brighton golf course last week.
An angry letter writer in the Herald Sun sparked a fierce debate about beer on 3AW Breakfast on Monday.
The wine bar/bar/eatery was almost full on a Tuesday night, an indication that the locals have already taken well to this evening hang-out.
An extremely unpleasant smell has been wafting through one of Melbourne's most used subways.
New three wheeled vehicles, being trialled by posties in Hobart, are heading to Victoria.
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Apparently songs produced in recent years are faster than ever before, so Ross and John honour some classics..
Legendary comic Don Rickles has died aged 90.
Ross and John have spoken with the victim of an Alphington home invasion with a difference.
Melburnians have woken to a smoke haze on the horizon, with a number of planned burns underway.
The world's top 50 restaurants have been unveiled at a ceremony in Melbourne.
A man remains in intensive care and has had both his legs amputated following a suspected white-tailed spider bite.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: The driver of a van was followed and confronted by police, over an error related to number plates.
Fencing could be a dying trade, with the industry warning of a shortage of workers.
3AW presenter Nick McCallum caused a stir in a Channel 7 news story which appeared to show him in a car without a seatbelt.
Ross and John think the rise of celebrity chefs and cooking TV shows has created unrealistic expectations of what being a chef actually is.
It's been revealed enough rubbish to fill almost 30,000 council bins was removed from the Yarra River last year.
Costs of healthy food at school have skyrocketed amid fears it will drive children to junk food.
Popular Melbourne theatre restaurant Witches in Britches has been accused of selling bootleg booze.
A screaming woman has foiled an attempted carjacking outside a school in Melbourne's south east.
The Godfather of Italian Cuisine tells us about hosting the world's longest lunch.
A spat has emerged at Malvern East over a fence painted in the Western Bulldogs' colours.
Two Bentleigh Secondary College students say their culture has been attacked, after being asked to remove braids from their hair.
A debate has been taken to the Federal Court about whether a wheelie bin is considered a vehicle.
Four businesses have been targeted in a series of aggravated burglaries, with the offenders taking off with items including gold nuggets.
Real time monitoring of the first day of the Swan Street bridge works shows heavy delays on Swan Street, Alexandra Avenue, Punt Road, Domain Road and Batman Avenue this morning.
Police have made a renewed appeal for information to track down Australia's most wanted man.
The zoning for the new Beaumaris Secondary College has some local parents "up in arms" their children could miss out on a place for the so-called super-school.
Victoria Police media officer Creina O'Grady and 3AW Breakfast regular Creina O'Grady car was left looking worse for wear after it was targeted.
RUMOUR CONFIRMED: The State Library of Victoria will reveal grand plans for an upgrade.
Some of Victoria's premier tourist attractions are crying out for an upgrade, Victoria's tourism chief says.
Ross and John brought in an etiquette expert to question whether it's ever OK to write a note and leave it unsigned.
Traditional on-course bookies fear they will be sent out of business under new betting laws.
Tropical Cyclone Debbie has hit the north Queensland coast, with winds reaching speeds of more than 250km/h.
A new toy store at Chadstone does not allow adults inside its "discovery centre" without a child.
The Rumour File was told this morning of another terrifying home invasion in the leafy east.
As the Prime Minister announces an investigation into rising electricity prices, Hugh is taking measures into his own hands.
The wife of a Brownlow medallist has laughed off speculation she'll be nominating for the AFL Women's draft.
A hero truckie and his son have been praised for attacking an armed robber at a 7-11 in Melbourne's west.
All your 3AW favourites were track side on Friday at the 2017 Formula 1 Rolex Australia GP!
Police were bracing for a youth brawl at Glen Waverley on Friday afternoon, however, it's unclear whether it ever eventuated.
The speed limit on the Tullamarine Freeway will be dropped to 80km/h in both directions.
Melbourne's population is booming, and could hit nine million by 2060.
The man who fled the scene after allegedly crashing into a traffic light pole has been arrested.
A pet cat was found covered in paint in Melbourne's western suburbs.
Four people have been killed in a suspected terror attack in central London targeting Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament.
One of Australia's oldest cold case murders was solved yesterday afternoon.
Forget the bush, snakes are coming closer to home and men are the most common victims of fatal bites.
Victoria Police confirmed an 18 year old man has been charged following a crime spree on Friday afternoon.
US tourism officials are here to persuade you the States isn't a bad place.
Sly of the Underworld says something needs to be done to make court less traumatising for victims.
Young Victorians prefer their dad teaching them to drive according to a survey.
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Should plastic bags be banned in supermarket? Ross and John assemble a jury...
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