Dante De Gori, CEO of the Financial Planning Association of Australia talks to Ross about ANZ selling its wealth management business to IOOF.
Matthew Warren, CEO of the Australian Energy Council talks to Ross about the new energy plan announced by Malcolm Turnbull, and will it work?
Police have arrested a 16-year-old who has allegedly been driving around Melbourne in a fake emergency vehicle. It’s alleged the teen has responded to car crashes in the modified truck which appears to have flashing lights and sirens. Michael Scanlan from Channel 7 was in Brighton when the teen was arrested and told Tom Elliott […]
Caroline Wilson has weighed in on the decision to bar transgender Hannah Mouncey from entry into the upcoming AFLW draft. The AFL said her physical disparity is significant and would give her an unreasonable advantage. Mouncey is 190cm tall and weighs 100kg. She may be able to nominate for the 2019 draft. Speaking on Sportsday, […]
oBike Australia admits there’s some way to go before the dockless bike share scheme is adopted by Melburnians. Tom Elliott questioned Chethan Rangaswamy, head of marketing for oBike Australia, why the oBikes were so often vandalised, discarded and mistreated. “I’m ashamed of Melburnians. This company is putting out what could be a valuable public transport resource, […]
Jack Watts has joined Port Adelaide. The out-of-favour Melbourne utility had been stewing over his future for several weeks before deciding on Tuesday. The Power have given the Demons pick 31 in return. Geelong had also been rumoured to be in the market to recruit Watts.
A zoological consultant who has previously worked as senior curator at Melbourne Zoo says elephants should not be kept in captivity. In an opinion piece in today’s Age, Peter Stroud, who has also worked as the director at Werribee Zoo, has raised serious concerns about the suitability of breeding and keeping elephants in zoos. Last […]
A mother and daughter who narrowly escaped being hit by a car which ploughed through a busy shopping strip in Clayton have described their horror as the car hurtled towards them. It’s believed an elderly driver lost control of the car at about 12.45pm yesterday near the corner of Centre and Clayton roads. Astonishing CCTV […]
Questions have been raised over the handling of allegations of drug dealing at Melbourne Girls College. Police are investigating after reports of two Year 7 students who were allegedly caught selling marijuana on school grounds. The school says it was an isolated incident involving a small number of students, who won’t face suspension or expulsion. […]