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Deborah Gough A kangaroo is cornered in a Melbourne Airport chemist as handlers try to remove it from the shop.
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
Deborah Gough Emergencies
Deborah Gough Domestic air travellers could take a plane from a third airport on Melbourne's south-eastern fringe under a new strategy to be released today.
Deborah Gough Melbourne should become a "20-minute city" with every suburb within a short commute to everyday services and jobs, Planning Minister Matthew Guy has said.
Deborah Gough and Maris Beck Airport terminals across Australia are returning to normal after a chaotic morning.
Deborah Gough Traffic from Melbourne's south and west would be funnelled into a new six-lane Airport Drive in an effort to curb growing congestion into Melbourne Airport.
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 Taxi drivers are again attempting to blockade Melbourne Airport despite a call for calm and promises of crisis talks between the industry and airport management over changes to the taxi queuing...
Deborah Gough Angry taxi drivers have temporarily stopped their blockade at Melbourne Airport while peace talks begin over a queuing stoush that saw drivers clash with police and security staff last week.
Deborah Gough Thick fog caused Sydney-bound passengers more delays on Wednesday with hundreds of Melbourne Airport passengers either grounded or having flights cancelled.
Deborah Gough Melbourne Airport says it may tow taxis standing in its holding queue if the dispute over the short-fare system does not end.
Deborah Gough Five taxi drivers protesting at Melbourne Airport on Thursday have begun a hunger strike, demanding that the state government intervene because talks with airport management had broken down.
Deborah Gough An octogenarian on hunger strike has said he would rather die than lose his life's work as a taxi licensee.