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Tuesday blows wind in, Thursday a blowout with 110km/h winds forecast

windy

Deborah Gough Melbourne is winding itself up for a windy mid-week followed by a frosty Friday, the Bureau of Meteorology has warned.

Anzac Day weekend

What's open on Anzac Day

Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance.

Deborah Gough Emergencies

A dry run expected for Mother's Day Classic

Mother's Day Classic

Deborah Gough A decent dousing of rain has fallen on Melbourne overnight but it is unlikely to interfere with the Mother's Day Classic run on Sunday.

Rescuers battle to save heat-stressed flying foxes

A bat clings to a tree in Yarra Bend Park.

Deborah Gough Wildlife rescuers are trying to save thousands of flying foxes after hundreds of the animals began to drop from trees either dead or dehydrated in Kew and Bendigo, suffering from the heat.

Craig Lapsley calls for TAC-style fire awareness campaign

Craig Lapsley

Deborah Gough Victoria needs a TAC-style campaign to temper the male "protector" instinct that kicks in for men and teenage boys during a fire, Fire Services Commissioner Craig Lapsley says.

Tense stand-off after clashes at east-west tunnel work site

Deborah Gough Protesters and police are again facing off in Melbourne's inner north after violent scuffles at the scene of an east-west tunnel work site.

Metro services suspended after man is hit by train on the Upfield line

Police at the scene of the fatal Moreland train strike.

Deborah Gough A second person has been killed by a train in as many days, this time causing the suspension of the Upfield line.

Pedestrian dies after being struck by car

Deborah Gough An elderly pedestrian has died in a collision in Moorabbin.

Arrest made over double murder

Image of 30 year-old man, Ross Streeter, arrested in relation to the Natte Yallock deaths in Victoria. The Sunday Age. 16 March, 2013. Image source: Facebook.

Deborah Gough, Alana Schetzer and Nick Toscano Police have arrested Bendigo man over the double murder of his father and uncle at Natte Yallock, north-west of Melbourne.

Horror start to weekend as four die on roads

Deborah Gough, Jon Pierik and Karen Sweeney Victoria has had a horror start to the election weekend on the roads with four deaths and a serious bus crash near Bendigo, where 10 people were taken to hospital.