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Deborah Gough Patients could die while paramedics wait for bystanders to control their violent anger and aggression, the acting chief of Ambulance Victoria has said.
Darren Gray, Deborah Gough Commercial food production laboratories are not equipped to test for hepatitis A in Australia, so Nanna's frozen berries have instead been sent to the United States and Italy to see if raspberries...
Deborah Gough Police investigators are appealing for public help following a home invasion in Windsor that saw an elderly couple robbed while they slept.
Cameron Atfield and Deborah Gough Melbourne's Hi-Fi Bar, owned by former Carlton player Luke O'Sullivan, has gone into voluntary administration after a dispute with creditors.
Deborah Gough Thunder, lightning and heavy rains delayed flights and caused at least one race meeting to be cancelled as much of the state was drenched from mid afternoon on Friday and through the night.
Deborah Gough Milder weather conditions have caused a growth spurt of grass fuel across much of Victoria, but with hotter temperatures predicted across the weekend, fire authorities are bracing themselves for the...
Deborah Gough Charges against a solicitor who represented survivors of one of the nation's worst peacetime disasters have been downgraded after one of the victims died late last year.
Deborah Gough The Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre will review its traditional lockdown on first round tertiary offers after hundreds of student hacked into their own results hours before the lockdown was due...
Deborah Gough Police do not believe a suspicious fire near a mosque in Melbourne's north was a hate crime.
Deborah Gough Two hot air balloons have landed near the steps of the Shrine of Remembrance, in Melbourne.
Deborah Gough A four-car pile up on the West Gate Freeway has caused signficant delays to traffic from Melbourne's west in the morning peak.
Deborah Gough A fire on Friday has led police to charge a man with more than 20f fires over a five-year period in Victoria's south-west district.
Alana Schetzer and Deborah Gough Conmen claiming to be trademen have again struck in Melbourne's south-eastern suburbs, knocking on the homes of the elderly and offering discounted roof repairs.
Deborah Gough A car travelling at 171 km/h was discovered to have a two-year-old child in the rear, police say.
Deborah Gough A Cranbourne man on his way to work has had his licence suspended after returning a high blood alcohol reading while driving.
Deborah Gough Dozens of flowers are now at the Collins Street Lindt Cafe as Melburnians pause to remember those held at the Sydney siege this week.
Deborah Gough Shoppers and sippers at the Lindt Cafe in Collins Street, Melbourne, who were aware of the siege at the sister cafe in Sydney were undeterred.
Deborah Gough A ute driver has crashed his car after allegedly driving erratically at speeds estimated to be up to 150km/h.
Deborah Gough Police are investigating a fatal crash that has killed a motorcyclist in Deer Park, in Melbourne's west.
Deborah Gough Some Victorians will be hit by an increase of $45 on their smart meter electricity fees next year.