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Richard Willingham The age of driverless cars and trucks is rapidly approaching and will help improve road safety by wiping out human error, a global transport summit has heard.
Richard Willingham Australian Deputy PM Warren Truss says any action at December's Paris meeting needs to include a commitment from developing nations to do their bit for climate change.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent The chances of dying on the road in Australia are much lower than the United States, Argentina or Chile.
Josh Gordon, Richard Willingham Bill Shorten calls on Tony Abbott to reverse infrastructure funding cut and meet Daniel Andrews to work out solution that ensures Victorians are not further disadvantaged.
Aisha Dow and Richard Willingham Grave concerns have been raised about the lack of action by Melbourne City Council on overcrowded apartments after revelations "slum-like" living is still apparent in the Docklands tower struck by...
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Land at risk of dangerous bushfires will be targeted for burning during the off-season under a new risk-based strategy for Victoria's fuel reduction burns.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Safe use of contaminated industrial land, prime for urban development, will be a key focus of a review of the state's environmental protection agency's powers and skills.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Serious concerns about contamination at the CFA's training base at Fiskville were first raised decades ago, but ignored by the authority, a parliamentary inquiry has been told.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Motorists in Melbourne's east will be unfairly slugged to help build a new freeway and tunnel in the city's west, the parliamentary secretary to the Prime Minister has warned.
Richard Willingham Matthew Guy wants to be Victoria's saviour.
Richard Willingham and Adam Carey Victoria has no immediate plans to hand back more than $1 billion in federal funds earmarked for the East West Link, with Premier Daniel Andrews saying he was not interested in "silly games" over...
Peter Martin and Richard Willingham Tuesday's budget will include an offer to end the impasse over the East West Link that has seen $1.5 billion left in limbo.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas does not want a repeat of last year's federal budget, which carved chunks out of the state's education and health systems.
Richard Willingham Underage drinking and punters gambling while drunk will be the major focus of a review of the Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation.
Richard Willingham An internal Labor Party investigation has found that anonymous pre-paid debit cards were used to pay for dozens of Labor memberships.
Clay Lucas, Richard Willingham Neither Transurban nor the Andrews government are willing to identify how a proposed $5.5 billion freeway in Melbourne's west from the West Gate Freeway will link to CityLink – despite the toll...
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Victoria's recidivism rate has blown out, with 45 per cent of the state's prisoners leaving jail returning to prison within two years.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Tony Abbott will pour federal funds into a recently proposed new tunnel and road linking the city to Melbourne's west, "if it stacks up."
Richard Willingham Cash for schools, hospitals and services are at the heart of Tim Pallas' first budget as Labor seeks to fulfil local election commitments.
Josh Gordon, Benjamin Preiss, Richard Willingham People with disabilities, families with young children, and local sporting clubs are set to be winners from a state budget aimed boosting services and delivering election promises.