Deborah Gough

Deborah Gough

Cyclist killed in Yan Yean


Deborah Gough A cyclist has died following a crash with a car on Saturday morning in Melbourne’s outer north-east suburbs.

Army called in to help in police bikie raid at Craigieburn

Hells Angels

Deborah Gough Police and the Australian Army raided a truck depot linked to the Hell’s Angels office bearer Peter ‘‘Skitzo’’ Hewat on Saturday morning.

McDonald's restaurant evacuated after white powder thrown at staff


Deborah Gough McDonald’s restaurant employees were sent coughing and spluttering when a person threw a white powder through the drive-through window in Coburg on Friday night.

Matthew Guy says developers could help pay for parks

Deborah Gough Developer contributions could be used to buy land to create parks in Melbourne's high-density suburbs, the Planning Minister Matthew Guy has said.

Petrol shortage at stations after tanker crackdown


Deborah Gough The crackdown on fuel tanker safety has led to some service stations running out of petrol.

Tense stand-off after clashes at east-west tunnel work site

Deborah Gough Protesters and police are again facing off in Melbourne's inner north after violent scuffles at the scene of an east-west tunnel work site.

Cindy Gambino seeks to keep Robert Farquharson away from children after death


Deborah Gough The mother of three children drowned in an act of revenge is attempting to stop their killer-father from being buried beside his victims.

Fuel supplies in doubt as trucks are checked for defects

The petrol price is expected to fall.

Deborah Gough Motorists will know whether fuel deliveries will be affected after lunchtime on Monday when an initial VicRoads safety audit is completed.

Mick Gatto may be banned from boxing promotion under new laws

Mick Gatto

Deborah Gough New ‘‘Get Gatto’’ boxing integrity laws will probably ensnare others involved in the sport, Mick Gatto has said.

Rapper pleads guilty to armed offences

Deborah Gough Indigenous leaders have censured a Melbourne rapper after he pleaded guilty to armed offences including a carjacking and robbery.

Car catapulted after smashing into train

Wreckage of the elderly man's car.

Deborah Gough A car was catapulted metres when it collided with the Melbourne to Adelaide Overland train just west of Geelong.

Long-delayed milestone for Docklands wheel as first cabin attached

The Age News
28th August 2013
Picture by Wayne Taylor
The first passenger pod of the Docklands Observation Wheel being installed today.

Deborah Gough Melbourne's biggest white elephant, the Docklands "wheel", has finally turned in the right direction.

Missing 51 years: fresh hopes of finding John Charles Jones

John Charles Jones.

Deborah Gough Police are taking a fresh look at the disappearance of a Shepparton man 51 years ago who was last seen carrying a small suitcase.

Coleraine man beaten, robbed by home invaders


Deborah Gough A 67-year-old Western District man has a possible broken nose and facial bruising after he was tied up, beaten and robbed by home intruders.

Driver charged after man dies in mystery car mishap

Deborah Gough A Deer Park man was charged on Saturday over a car incident where another man died on Ballarat Road, Sunshine.

Fight ends in bottle stabbing in Dandenong

Deborah Gough A man is in a serious condition after being stabbed repeatedly with a broken bottle in Dandenong on Friday night.

Safety fears over leaky Flinders Street Station

Flinders Street Station.

Deborah Gough Fears over the safety of Flinders Street Station's roof has forced staff to vacate a floor of the historic station, it was revealed on a tour of the station on Wednesday.

Melbourne teen Feliks Zemdegs is world Rubik's Cube champ

Rubik's Cube

Deborah Gough Melbourne teenager Feliks Zemdegs has twisted his way into the history books, winning the World Rubik's Cube Championship in Las Vegas.

Tecoma protesters gather to stop McDonald's bulldozers

The Tecoma protest.

Deborah Gough About 200 Tecoma protesters are massing for a peaceful protest against a proposed McDonald's restaurant saying they fear bulldozers will arrive on Wednesday in the Dandenongs town.

Hand-written note bandit robs Essendon venue

Silent robbery note Essendon

Deborah Gough A bandit who threatens his victims with a hand-written note has struck again in Melbourne's north, robbing an Essendon gaming venue on Saturday night.