Deborah Gough

Deborah Gough

Bar faces obscenity complaint over pirate crew member

Artworks

Deborah Gough A perverted pirate with his pants down has got St Kilda watering hole Dog's Bar into trouble after local police received an obscenity complaint about the artwork in which the dirty old rogue's...

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Bike lanes give false sense of security, officer says

Adam Carey and Deborah Gough Confusion about Melbourne's ill-defined network of bike lanes is putting cyclists in harm's way, Victoria's most senior bicycle police officer says.

Bicycle Network pushes to close door on Melbourne accidents

Cycling

Deborah Gough Cassandra Devine was riding along Flinders Street when a door flew open, throwing her from her bike.

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Community devastated by loss of family in Catani truck crash

Catani crash

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.

Health chief on Morwell smoke: 'I would rather move away'

Deborah Gough The state's Chief Health Officer would leave Morwell if she lived with a small child amid concerns about poor air quality and smoke caused by the Hazelwood coalmine fire.

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.

Fuel supplies threatened as safety fears ground Cootes trucks

Cootes Transport tankers

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.

Buy buy: the plot to sell unclaimed graves

Deborah Gough It could be called a tomb with a view.

Hurstbridge, Eltham train lines suspended after person hit

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Deborah Gough Train services on the Hurstbridge and Eltham lines have been suspended after a person was hit by a train.

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.

Fast food customer assaulted in Brunswick

Deborah Gough A man walking home with takeaway food was allegedly attacked and assaulted by two men in Brunswick, police say.

Learner driver three times over limit after crashing, police say

Police tape.

Deborah Gough A 59-year-old learner permit driver allegedly crashed while driving at three times the legal blood alcohol limit on Friday night, police say.

Australian Bluegum Plantations says sorry for killing koalas

Koala

Deborah Gough Australia's largest woodchip exporter has stopped logging in areas with high populations of koalas after admitting it had killed and maimed animals in Victoria's south-west.

Two-car Tullamarine Freeway crash hits commuters

Deborah Gough Airport-bound traffic was hit by heavy delays on Wednesday morning after a two-car crash on the Tullamarine Freeway.

Kings Park fire traps family in home, man arrested

Scene of the Kings Park home blaze.

Deborah Gough A Kings Park man has been arrested after a suspicious blaze that trapped a young family inside their burning home.

Search for Bo Huang, missing from Preston

Deborah Gough Police are concerned for the welfare of a Preston woman whose disappearance they say is out of character.

'Angry' driver clocked at 200km/h in Waurn Ponds

Deborah Gough A man who was allegedly clocked travelling at nearly three times the speed limit told police he had an "anger management problem".

Police dog helps find teenager after robbery

Deborah Gough A police dog has helped police find a teenager who allegedly robbed a fast food restaurant in Frankston North on Tuesday morning.

New E-class tram vandalised in first week on tracks

The Age News a new E Class tram tht has been tagged in graffiti. Supplied image 12th November 2013

Deborah Gough Melbourne's new E-class tram has been vandalised in just its first week on the tracks.