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Deborah Gough A man is in a serious condition after being stabbed repeatedly with a broken bottle in Dandenong on Friday night.
Deborah Gough An Australian Human Rights Commissioner has used social media to spread his support for Tecoma's McDonald's shocking local protesters saying ''property rights'' and consumer rights were being...
Deborah Gough A daughter of the spokesman for the 'no Maccas' in Tecoma campaign has taken out an interim intervention order against a pro-McDonald's campaigner after threats of rape and violence were alleged.
Deborah Gough Nearly five out of every six petrol and LPG tankers at Cootes Transport tested have again failed safety inspections causing the troubled transport company to ‘‘voluntarily’’ ground its entire fleet.
Deborah Gough and Nick Toscano Members of a farming community are "devastated" at the news that their work colleagues - a mum and dad - have been killed in the truck crash at Catani.
Deborah Gough Melbourne's biggest white elephant, the Docklands "wheel", has finally turned in the right direction.
Deborah Gough Just over a fortnight into the life of the E-Class trams, they have disappeared from route 96 and from the network.
Deborah Gough Up to 85 per cent of the state's worst drivers do not hold a valid driver's licence, police have revealed.
Deborah Gough Police have evicted anti-McDonald's protesters from a Tecoma site.
Deborah Gough National guidelines on restraining aggressive hospital patients are confusing and should be reviewed, a coroner says.
Deborah Gough An inner metropolitan rail tunnel is the linchpin for Melbourne’s rail growth and without it other network expansions would be impossible, the state’s public transport chief says.
Deborah Gough Two old-style cops walking the beat in Dandenong have sprung what they believe to be two would-be arsonists making a homemade bomb.
Deborah Gough McDonald's has slapped Supreme Court writs on anti-development protesters at Tecoma in the Dandenong Ranges, claiming a blockade is causing costly delays in construction.
Deborah Gough More than three-quarters of all reported attacks at Melbourne train stations occur at staffed facilities.