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Megan Levy

Megan Levy is a breaking news reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald, after previous stints at The Age in Melbourne and London's The Daily Telegraph. Email or tweet Megan with your news tips.

Masked men invade home, terrorise young woman

Victoria Police tape

Megan Levy A woman is in hospital with serious injuries after a terrifying home robbery in Melbourne's west last night, police say.

Gut spill creates traffic delays

Megan Levy Traffic was banked up for more than 10 kilometres in Melbourne's north-west this afternoon when a truck spilled a load of sheep skins and animal intestines across the Western Ring Road.

Dog owner charged over Ayen's death

dog

Megan Levy The owner of a pit bull cross that mauled a four-year-old girl to death in Melbourne's north this year has been charged by police.

Pit bull ripped girl from mum's leg

St Albans dog attack

Megan Levy Mother of four-year-girl mauled to death by a pit bull says her daughter was a loving child who died struggling for her life.

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Road closed as driver fights for life

Megan Levy A man is fighting for his life in hospital after his car crashed into a power pole in Melbourne's west last night.

12 arrested in drug raids

Megan Levy Twelve people were arrested in a series of raids across Melbourne's west yesterday.

Armed robber hits guard with gun

Police

Megan Levy A security guard was bashed with a firearm during a robbery at a shopping centre in Melbourne's west this afternoon, police say.

Narrow escape as bullets spray homes

Megan Levy A number of sleeping residents narrowly avoided being shot when their homes were sprayed with bullets in Melbourne’s north-west this morning, police say.

Five charged after drugs raids

Megan Levy Five men have been charged with firearms and drugs offences after heavily armed police raided a bikie clubhouse and homes across Melbourne's west yesterday.

They're here: locusts descend on Melbourne

Locust

Megan Levy Swarms of locusts have been reported on the outskirts of Melbourne this morning as an estimated billions of the insects take to the air before a forecast midweek cool change.

Truckies terminated as 1st Fleet goes under

Sacked 1st Fleet worker Paul Dittman.

Megan Levy Employees at national trucking company 1st Fleet have arrived at work this morning to find their jobs have been terminated and they have been locked out after the company was placed into voluntary...

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