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6:12 PM Unless the Federal government cuts spending, the budget will stay in deficit forever, according to Tony Shepherd.
5:10 PM Discount supermarket chain Aldi is changing its logo for the first time in 20 years.
3:57 PM Medical experts have called for a total ban on alcohol marketing and advertising.
It's convenient, it's quick and it's making the banks a lot of money, and chances are you don't even know it.
Tom Elliott says former prisoners should be forced to pay for their time in jail once they're released.
An embarrassing error appears to have been printed on a car.
He doesn't want any sympathy, but Tom Elliott says he's the victim of gender discrimination.
Technology and technological change could soon make a lot of jobs and physical things disappear.
3AW Drive visits the iconic Melbourne steam train, Puffing Billy.
A mother has been left angry after she discovered a taxi driver who gave her two teenage daughters a lift spent much of the trip on his phone.
The leader of The Greens has one simple question for those supporting changes to 18C.
Tom Elliott observed some 'peculiar' fashions trends around Melbourne last week
in studio with Tom Elliott
Jeff Kennett wants drugs decriminalised, but a former user disagrees.
True-crime television may be causing kids to feel afraid and have a long lasting impact.
Two school boys have been criticised after they failed to give up their seat for a woman with a baby on the train.
The owner of the Heyfield timber mill has fired several verbal barbs at the Premier, rejecting suggestions the government can take over.
The alleged treatment of two french bulldog puppies in a Melbourne pet shop has sparked outrage online.
One person is dead and several others injured after five cars and a truck collided on the Princes Freeway.
Tom Elliott grills Scott Ryan over the proposed plan to expand the Snowy Hydro Scheme.
The Prime Minister is reportedly considering allowing first home-buyers to access their super.
Two teens arrested after a driving instructor was allegedly rammed, bashed and carjacked at Tarneit.
'The Dark Web' is a mysterious and misunderstood area of the internet, futurist Steve Sammartino gave 3AW Drive an inside look.
A community environment park that promotes sustainable living with a market, nursery and more.
A decision regarding the installation of bollards in the CBD is expected in three weeks.
Locals in the eastern suburbs are fed up with graffiti.
Rita Panahi is weighing up whether to send her son to public or private school.
Tom Elliott learns about a playgroup for non-vaccinated children that has sprung up in Melbourne's east.
There are reports a fake doctor is allegedly working in the Werribee area.
The state government will put a mandate on the minimum size of a backyard in new housing developments.
The victim of a home burglary has made an emotional plea to the community, to keep their belongings safe.
The construction of Australia's largest single solar project will start this month.
Do manners need to be updated for the 21st century?
A leading hardware store selling tools that specifically target women has come under scrutiny.
What do our smart devices know about us and how is that information being used?
Port Phillip Bay's 120 endangered Burrunan dolphins are under threat.
American automaker and energy storage company, Tesla, today launched its second-generation home battery, the Powerwall 2.
House prices are rising and making it difficult for first-home buyers to buy, Scott Haywood reviewed three possible solutions.
Police have warned anyone intent on causing trouble at the annual Moomba Festival will be dealt with.
Organisers of the now annual Naked Bike Ride are expecting their biggest turnout yet.
The famous "Three R's" of education appear to be on the way out...
It's the resting place of four Australian Prime Ministers and over 300,000 people. 3AW Drive visits Melbourne General Cemetery.
Rita Panahi has slammed the call for 'gender equal' walking signs calling the idea 'utterly absurd'.
There are calls to tax companies advertising unhealthy food and drinks, rather than introducing an overall junk food tax.
The next Holden Commodore to hit Australia in 2018 will be French owned.
The Chadstone Bowls Club refuses to relocate to make room for a proposed new indoor sports stadium complex.
Traders at the Queen Victoria Market are opposed to Lord Mayor Robert Doyle's plans to redevelop the market, which would include a 196m apartment & hotel tower.
The Prime Minister says Michaelia Cash was left 'mortified' following claims she waited four months to declare $1.4m investment property.
Tom Elliott? Is that you? No... It can't be, that's Kevin M. James, manager of 'Ford Mustang'...
Jacinta Allan and Martin Pakula used a taxpayer-funded chauffeur to attend the Bruce Springsteen concert at Hanging Rock.
Snail slime, the secretions that snails make when moving, is being used in skincare products.
Victorian landlords and renters will be able to sign residential leases of more than 5 years.
IN STUDIO WITH TOM ELLIOTT
Local councils would be better off working with both the state and federal government rather than taking it upon themselves to go on international business trips.
3AW Drive's Tom Elliott says he has come up with a possible solution for Melbourne's homelessness problem.
Could you live a life where you don't own anything?
Two men wielding a chainsaw and gun have threatened, robbed and then stolen a BMW during a terrifying attack.
Tom Elliot has slammed Casey City Council's push to establish a sister-city relationship as well as a planned $25,000 trip to China.
In this week's edition of Your Town, program producer Alyssa Allen visits Lalor.
The Heidelberg West police station that was vandalised is 'virtually closed' according to the Shadow Minister for Corrections.
WORD ON THE STREET: Heidelberg Heights police station has been covered in graffiti.
A man has been arrested in the NSW regional town of Young for allegedly trying to help Islamic State.
A resident of Officer in Melbourne's south has told of a lengthy police delay, after his home was broken into and his car vandalised.
WORD ON THE STREET: A prominent home building company has gone into liquidation.
Table sharing is not fun according to a food writer.
Are some schools encouraging students not to do their VCE? Tom Elliott investigates...
The 'honesty system' for MPs to claim entitlements will be scrapped.
Imagine living off $50 a week. Tom Elliott spoke to a woman who has done it.
A Melbourne Council is removing gates from several ovals to deter owners taking their dogs 'off-lead.'
The 2017 Australian International Airshow takes off on Friday 3rd March at Avalon Airport.
IN STUDIO WITH TOM ELLIOTT
With technology developing dramatically, we can expect houses to become smarter and more advanced in the future.
Ridesharing service Uber, has urged it's users to sign a petition to lobby against the state government's $2 rideshare levy.
Tom Elliott says the only way Malcolm Turnbull can control Tony Abbott is to make him a Minister.
Amanda Gailiss says workers should be compensated in some form following the cut to penalty rates.
Shadow Minister Brendan O'Connor attempts to defend Bill Shorten's backflip.
Matthew Guy will seek Mr Languiller to step down if it is proven he has ripped off the tax payer.
The Fair Work Commission's decision to slash Sunday penalty rates will benefit small business according to finance guru.
Tom Elliott hears how eating his mouldy bread can be potentially dangerous.
A US state has introduced a law to legally allow cars to exceed the speed limit while overtaking.
In this week's edition of Your Town, 3AW Drive visits Arden Street.
The Victorian state government has introduced legislation to regulate rideshare services.
An aviation expert believes there could be more than "catastrophic engine failure" behind Tuesday's plane tragedy.
Premier Daniel Andrews has thrown out suggestions by the coroner to open a safe injecting facility in North Richmond.
Rita Panahi says women are their own worst enemy when it comes to building wealth.
Some experts are calling for junk food advertising to be banned during kids viewing time, but is it actually effective?
Tom Elliott says a tax on junk food isn't the answer after a report was released today.
State Opposition Leader Matthew Guy discusses the proposed 'junk food tax', the recent spate of drug overdoses and potential speed limit changes.
Despite three major car manufacturers ceasing to mass produce their cars in Australia, there's still companies manufacturing vehicles locally.
The State Government has introduced its new program Recruit Smarter program for a diverse workforce.
It is the never-ending Australian debate, which city is better between Sydney and Melbourne.
Tom Elliott believes Australia should cut its immigration. The Youth Governor of Victoria disagrees.
A restarter kit is now available for all vegans who return to eating meat.
Melbourne Zoo will soon be home to three African lion brothers.
Tom Elliott and Natalie Hutchins have clashed over the City of Boroondara's decision to make the "welcome to country" optional.
Tom Elliott says the future of free-to-air television looks bleak.
Tom Elliott has rubbished suggestions childcare should be tax deductible.
Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison says Australia has three choices when it comes to solving the deficit.
In this week's edition of Your Town, 3AW Drive visits the now-permanent Yarraville Pop-up Park.
Liberal MP Tim Wilson has hit back at suggestions he seriously predicted a Labor victory at the next federal election.
Pharmacists and doctors are at loggerheads over the decision to make codeine prescription-only.
Labor politicians appear to be on a collision course over the controversial site for the new youth prison at Werribee South.
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