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Cheers as man charged over fatal Oakleigh road crash is denied bail

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Adam Cooper Loud cheers greeted a magistrate's decision to refuse bail to the man charged over the road crash in Oakleigh at the weekend that claimed the lives of three people.

Police believe death of man on running track in Oakleigh is not suspicious

A body has been found in Oakleigh.

Deborah Gough Police are investigating the discovery of a body in the south-east Melbourne suburb of Oakleigh on Tuesday morning.

Three dead in Oakleigh accident, Warrigal and Dandenong roads

Fatal crash in Oakleigh

Alana Schetzer and Caroline Zielinski The man at the centre of a triple fatality in Oakleigh has been discharged from hospital.

Man charged over horror smash in Oakleigh

Caroline Zielinski Police have charged a 29-year-old Richmond man following a horrific triple fatality in Oakleigh on Sunday night.

Two more held over Oakleigh riot

Oakleigh riot.

Paul Millar and Reid Sexton The first person charged over Friday night's Oakleigh riot was fuelled by alcohol when he smashed a shop window and helped overturn a ute, an out-of-sessions court heard last night.

Age photographer feared for life during Oakleigh riots

Thomas Hunter With kicks and punches raining down on him as he was lay on the ground, Age photographer Wayne Hawkins thought he would die during the Oakleigh riot.

Zoe's legacy

Daniella Miletic The demands of the law often collide with the pain of personal loss, and it's then that something has to give, as Daniella Miletic reports.

Bandits steal 111 televisions from Chadstone shopping centre

Police station sign

Yvette Gray, 3AW Fairfax Radio News The hunt is on for more than a hundred televisions stolen from a Melbourne shopping centre.

Gong Ling Tang 'crawled from police cell, found in puddle'

Dandenong Police Station.

Nino Bucci A man released from custody who later died in hospital had asked police for medical help twice before he was found by paramedics lying in a puddle outside the station, the Coroners Court has heard.

Australia's biggest worries: road safety and child abuse

The Age News
13th November 2013
Picture by Wayne Taylor
Ana Brooking at home for story on what people worry about.

Mex Cooper Road safety and child abuse are the concerns that keep us up at night, according to new research that reveals what Australians worry about.

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Stabbed in stomach: man attacked in mower repair shop

Jared Lynch A man has been stabbed in the stomach during a daylight attack in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.

Claws out on no-kill scheme

Kathleen is the campaigner for 'Save Darebin Pets'.

Aisha Dow and Isaac Johanson A catfight has erupted between animal lovers over a council's plans to scale back the killing of domestic animals that stray from home, with wildlife workers demanding all stray cats be euthanased.

Gatto pal fears for life after tape leak

Mick Gatto

Cameron Houston Covert recording of gangland figure talking to police is circulating among city's underworld.

John Xypolitos gets 27 years for murdering stepson

John Xypolitis.

Adam Cooper A man who murdered his stepson, dismembered his body and dumped his remains across Melbourne has been jailed for 27 years.

'Bungling mule' flies high

Suitcase

Steve Butcher 'Bungling Albanian' posing as traveling Italian man caught with $123,002 cash.

Wild night as wind causes chaos across Melbourne

Melbourne has been lashed by wild winds.

Adrian Lowe Residents across Melbourne are cleaning up after wild winds of more than 100km/h hit the city overnight, uprooting trees and power lines and leaving rubbish and debris strewn across roads and paths.

Rail works cause peak-hour chaos

Metro train.

Adam Carey and Caroline Zielinski Peak-hour commuters hit by combination of long delays, over-crowded trains and substitute bus services as Metro attempts to complete its already delayed rail works.

Father, son accused of bashing woman, 91

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Mark Russell Father and son accused of bashing and robbing a woman in her Mount Waverley home have appeared in court.

Weird science

A mottled cup moth caterpillar eating bark.

THERE is a secret place in Melbourne that is known around the world. Search the internet for the Grange Reserve in Clayton South and you can find stories of a UFO and government conspiracy.

Soccer fans silent on dangerous flare

Soccer fans let off flares at the VPL grand final.

Jared Lynch Dandenong Thunder supporters appear to be keeping mum about how a flare ended up hitting a 10-year-old girl in the face during the Victorian Premier League grand final, frustrating police.