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Michael Lallo is an entertainment reporter for The Age. Michael joined The Age in 2006 as a feature writer. He has also been a news reporter for The Sunday Age, a deputy editor of Green Guide and a columnist and critic.
Michael Lallo After years of darkness, Richmond's iconic Nylex clock will finally be re-lit as part of a multi-million redevelopment.
Michael Lallo Children holding signs bearing the names of Palestinians killed in Gaza led a 4500-strong protest march in Melbourne on Saturday
Steve Butcher and Michael Lallo Federal police have smashed an alleged large-scale pirate DVD business operating in Melbourne's south-east.
Michael Lallo It was an event for the true believers: those who adore the rich sound of vinyl records, the art on their covers and the machines that play them.
Michael Lallo Police are hunting five armed bandits involved in two brazen robberies in suburban Melbourne.
Michael Lallo Melbourne's temperature dropped by 13 degrees in 20 minutes this afternoon after a high of 37 degrees.
Michael Lallo Along with seediness, palm trees and the bay, St Kilda's story is defined by fire.
Michael Lallo Around 5000 people have marched against "victim blaming" in a Reclaim the Night rally, following the alleged abduction and murder of Melbourne woman Jill Meagher.
Michael Lallo Dale did not find love at his first speed date - so he narrowed his search and struck gold.
Michael Lallo On a chilly Saturday night last month, Janeen Sonsie paid $35 to snuggle with a group of strangers.
Michael Lallo Barely an hour after being rescued by police and a wildlife officer - and causing traffic to slow to a crawl in Middle Park - a fur seal crawled back onto busy Beaconsfield Parade.
Michael Lallo Hypnotist Keith Barry exploits the mind's loopholes, including Michael Lallo's.
Michael Lallo A drunk driver smashed into three taxis on Chapel Street this morning while driving on the wrong side of the road to evade police.
Michael Lallo Tristan Taormino has received a lot of fan mail for her pornographic films - and for one scene in particular.
Michael Lallo It has toilets, barbecues and a pool down the road. But this is no ordinary campsite.
Michael Lallo If you bought a real Christmas tree this year, there's a good chance it came from this farm.
Michael Lallo 'You, too, can look like Princess Mary,' says the spruiker, holding up a cheap diamond pendant in front of a suburban jewellery store.
Michael Lallo At Emirates Stakes day, Flemington Racecourse was abuzz with celebrity chatter.