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Deborah Gough Unscrupulous tradesmen have descended on some fire-ravaged areas, prompting a call for residents to be on guard against travelling con men.
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 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.
Deborah Gough It could be called a tomb with a view.
Deborah Gough Wildlife rescuers are trying to save thousands of flying foxes after hundreds of the animals began to drop from trees either dead or dehydrated in Kew and Bendigo, suffering from the heat.
Deborah Gough This week's heatwave is expected to dry out the last of Victoria's green moisture and will be a critical turning point for firefighters, Fire Services Commissioner Craig Lapsley says.
Adam Cooper and Deborah Gough A Melbourne council faces a hefty clean-up bill and is trying to track down organisers of illegal dance parties that left Edinburgh Gardens resembling a rubbish tip.
Deborah Gough Scarlet Lee wanted to wake up with the birds to be on the first "flight" of the Melbourne Star.
Deborah Gough A woman desperate to rendezvous with her husband on a Friday night was charged $200 for travel just eight kilometres by an unscrupulous taxi driver.
Deborah Gough The Coroner's Court is investigating whether treating doctors should be compelled to warn VicRoads that a patient was unfit to drive because of their severe mental illness or drug and alcohol...
Alana Schetzer, Aisha Dow, Deborah Gough and Mex Cooper Victoria's horrific roadtoll has worsened, with a seventh person dying in the past 48 hours.
Deborah Gough A Caulfield South man believes he is the victim of a vendetta and has described a fire at his home overnight as the "attempted murder" of his sleeping family.
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 Labor's plan to sell the Port of Melbourne was a "premature sell-off", the Premier says, but he has left open the possibility of selling it after the Port of Hastings is developed.
Deborah Gough A tenacious police constable continued to chase a suspect on foot despite being hit by a car in Moonee Ponds on Sunday afternoon.
Deborah Gough An elderly bank customer had his entire account emptied by an opportunistic thief after he left his bank card in an automatic teller machine in Melbourne's north.
Deborah Gough A fire has put an end to a teddy bear's picnic at a child care centre in Wantirna South.
Deborah Gough Melbourne's new E-class tram has been vandalised in just its first week on the tracks.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre hosts Sexpo, children's Australian All-Star Cheerleading Federation Championships
Deborah Gough In what appears to be a scheduling faux pas - one end of Jeff's Shed will host Sexpo with its menu of raunch and porn as the other end hosts cheerleading tots expressly forbidden from thrusting.
Deborah Gough A police dog has helped police find a teenager who allegedly robbed a fast food restaurant in Frankston North on Tuesday morning.