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11:32 AM Two teens attempted to stop Dimitrious Gargasoulas on Friday as he drove recklessly through Flinders Street.
11:31 AM Daniel Andrews has confirmed the bail justice who allowed Dimitrious Gargasoulas bail will continue in their role.
10:19 AM A man who tried to save the 10-year-old girl killed on Bourke Street has given a truly harrowing account of what happened.
10:02 AM Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton tells Neil Mitchell he's confident police handled the Bourke street tragedy well.
The manager of the Princess Theatre has categorically denied booting a mother and her three-month-old baby out of The Book Of Mormon.
Treasurer Tim Pallas tells Tony Jones the economic benefits of Alcoa's Portland smelter exceed $380m per year.
A victim of this week's Airport baggage theft victim has made an emotional plea to return her jewellery.
Julian Price A controversial Peninsula Link billboard may be making a comeback after it was removed due to threats.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says more teenage offenders associated with the Apex gang could be kicked out of the country,
Sports columnist Patrick Smith has defended a controversial piece he wrote about James Hird.
Tempers have flared at the homeless camp at Flinders Street Station, with a woman lashing out at camera crews.
An increasing number of young people are doing unpaid work in a bid to secure a job but there are concerns they are being exploited.
Renters should be able to have a "basic level of comfort" a housing expert says.
A woman is lucky to be alive after a savage encounter with a Kangaroo in Melbourne's North-East.
Melbourne is the most expensive city to educate your children in Australia, according to a new study.
The proudly "discriminatory" female-only ride-share service Shebah is set to launch next month.
Japanese search and rescue teams have found an Australian family missing in a ski field.
Jockey Josh Cartwright has been stood down after allegedly steering his horse into another rider to allow his girlfriend to win race.
There's little support for a proposal from the Greens to decriminalise begging on our streets.
A Hampton Park man has been left traumatised and injured after a violent home invasion.
Three children missing have been located by a Melbourne television reporter.
Brazen thieves have made their way through the doggy door of a Melbourne home while a couple slept inside.
Andy Murray's mother has praised Australian tennis for its development of girls participation.
A woman who had her car stolen from a shopping centre car wash has been forced to change the locks on her home.
Dash-cam footage has emerged of an incident on the Ring Road that will leave plenty of Melburnians with a severe case of schadenfreude.
A teenage boy needs surgery after he and two of his friends were bashed, slashed and threatened with a gun.
Neil Mitchell has shared his thoughts on the "war" between the Premier and Privacy Commissioner.
A man has been attacked and has his car smashed during a violent road rage attack north-west of Melbourne.
A violent carjacking in Melbourne's south east has left a woman injured and in shock.
Frightening details have emerged about a Port Melbourne home invasion - a man attacked with an axe, his wife left terrified.
A Victorian man says he can't bring himself to tell his elderly mother about a mystery Centrelink bill worth $64,000.
Drownings over summer in Australia are nearly as high as car fatalities.
Young Chinese boy filmed attacking his mother after she denied him the use of his mobile phone.
A dog has had a miraculous escape after a deadly snake got caught in its collar.
Living in the city or having a backyard? First-time homebuyers will have to choose says NSW Premier Mike Baird.
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Jake Bourke James Hird's father Allan has opened up about his son's battles in an exclusive interview with Tony Jones.
A new study reveals that people marrying later in life are creating stronger relationships by doing so.
Road safety authorities have lashed out at Melbourne's lane-changing culture, saying driver impatience is increasing crash rates, putting lives at risk.
The Minister for Children has rejected calls for her to stand down following more trouble at the Parkville Youth Justice facility.
Tony Jones has called on football fans and wider public to take stock in the wake of James Hird's troubles.
A video of a man on a confronting racist tirade at a Melbourne park has gone viral.
Former Premier Jeff Kennett has again called on the state government to fairly compensate Victoria's taxi industry.
The United Firefighters Union has called on the Labor government to repay firefighters for helping the party come to power.
A mother whose son was ambushed and beaten by a group of men on New Year's Eve is waging war on the escalating violence on Melbourne's streets.
Puneet Puneet's latest attempt to avoid extradition to Australia due to a legal loophole is unlikely to succeed, according to one barrister.
The costs of buying books and uniforms for school have been described as "horrific."
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There's a call from the Victims of Crime Commissioner for child killers to be sent to jail for life.
A Greensborough man has caught a huge Murray cod with his bare hands at the Murray River.
A Victorian dairy farmer has shared a story of true love with 3AW Mornings.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says it's time to look at revamping Australia's immigration test.
A generous man has offered to pay a woman's veterinary bills after she admits on 3AW she's doing it tough.
Pot smokers planning to attend a cannabis community picnic next week are on notice.
A new study claims smartphone use has become a major source of relationship troubles.
The Federal Government wants a million Australian smokers to quit this year.
The Andrews Government is confident any challenge to changes it has made to Barwon Prison to keep 12 youth offenders in the prison will fail.
The motorcycle community has spoken out against riders who willingly break the law after horror year on the road.
A Carrum Down's family has had their car ransacked while they fought a bushfire behind their home.
A taco truck made from an old horse float has been stolen.
A western council has devised a rewards-based strategy to encourage recycling.
A large group of youths wreaked havoc at a fast food outlet in Melbourne's west.
It still feels like Christmas, but that didn't stop Woolworths from selling the traditional Hot Cross Buns more than 100 days before Easter.
The Princes Freeway was closed Geelong bound after a motorcycle crash.
Witnesses are being sought after up to 30 cars were damaged in a crime spree in the Malvern area, including the Shadow Treasurer.
Australia, a nation divided about whether regifting an unwanted Christmas present is acceptable or not.
Cricket Australia have offered a message of reassurance to all those heading to the MCG for today's match.
IN STUDIO WITH TONY JONES
Only two sleeps 'til Christmas! Santa joined Tony Jones in studio to take calls from good boys and girls.
Parking hogs are being warned to obey time restrictions this Christmas.
The President of the Cycle Alliance tells Tony Jones why bikes should have "black boxes".
The AFP and Victoria Police have foiled a major terror plot in the northern suburbs of Melbourne.
Adrian Richardson from La Luna Bistro has shared his top tips for the perfect pork crackling.
The Police Association has panned a report into misconduct of Protective Services Officers as "unbalanced".
Australians are being reminded to to exercise caution when travelling to Indonesia over summer.
Neala Boyd's dog has gone missing after it was accidently flown to Sydney instead of Toowoomba.
Victoria Police is fast-tracking a trial for world-first technology that would stop motorists from sending or receiving text messages while driving.
The Victorian Multicultural Commission says it's not afraid to say Merry Christmas, but has decided to use more inclusive terms in its holiday greeting this year.
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A woman has been charged over a cowardly assault on a 93-year-old woman at Southland Shopping Centre.
Nick McCallum says the government is in a "fine mess" after its youth detention policy was struck down.
Program psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg says his philosophy is pretty simple.
The 7-year-old boy who escaped his Carlton home on his first night in Melbourne is a bit of an escapee, his relieved mum says.
Australian punters can participate in a monster Spanish lottery worth over $3 billion.
Chief Executive of Council on the Ageing Ian Yates tells Tony Jones about the changes to the pension coming into effect from January 1.
A Langwarrin man has been sent a note insulting his 5-year-old daughter and threatening to poison his dog.
Victoria's Treasurer Tim Pallas has blasted the Federal government over road funding.
A giant blow up reindeer was stolen from the front yard of a Preston home.
Patti Newton has been robbed, the thieves making off with a bootload of presents that were for her husband, children and grandchildren.
Children as young as five are being given smartphones, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation are campaigning for safer usage.
Trades Hall has called on employers to do more to protect their employees' health.
A Torquay resident was shocked on Sunday morning when a kangaroo leapt through his bedroom window.
More than a dozen cars have been scratched and had their windscreens smashed by vandals overnight.
Dozens of cars vandalised at Northcote on Tuesday.
The latest research shows it takes just 50 cigarettes to mutate every sing lung cell you have.
There are calls to stop the use of 'Husband' and 'Wife' to describe your partner in the public sector.
Police Minister Lisa Neville has responded to the latest crime figures.
Rowville man pays Centrelink debt with an old two cent piece.
IN STUDIO WITH TONY JONES
New Year's Eve celebrations will cost the City of Melbourne around three million dollars.
A resident is concerned grass on Patterson River in Bonbeach is a fire risk heading into summer.
Female cricket players are reportedly being asked to declare their pregnancy status in a move that's being labelled as "blatantly discriminatory".
Bill Shorten is behind a fundraiser to help the Les Twentyman Foundation after Tuesday's fire.
Victoria's crime rate is up 9.4 per cent, while overall offences are up 11 per cent.
Neil Mitchell has set Melbourne's news agenda for more than three decades.
Here's a list of radio stations around Victoria and New South Wales to tune in to Neil Mitchell's program.