In case you missed the paper yesterday, here's a selection of our cartoonists' work...
And we're wrapping up Melbourne Express for another day, we'll be back here tomorrow morning from 6am. Congrats to all our winners of the Miranda Otto tickets - we'll be in touch via email shortly. Cheers.
Well we didn't get to see much of the supermoon here in Melbourne, but around the world...
Last chance for the Miranda Otto tickets for tomorrow night - we have two doubles left. Next two emails to firstname.lastname@example.org gets them!
A tale of two cities...Back to top
From our national desk, the Abbott government will try again this week to get its carbon tax repeal bill through the Senate after brokering a deal with crossbench senators concerned about the Palmer United Party amendments. Crossbench senator Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelm and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann will be interviewed this morning on Radio National about the carbon tax repeal.
In other news, Rupert Murdoch says climate change should be treated with "much scepticism" and that we should not be building windmills and "all that rubbish". He's also described Tony Abbott as "an admirable, honest, principled man and somebody that we really need as Prime Minister who we can all look up to and admire".
Some more World Cup reaction...
Congratulations to North Korea on winning their 10th World Cup, and to Kim Jong-un for scoring all 92 goals!! pic.twitter.com/UL71jkFHT1— The Football Jester (@FootballJester) July 13, 2014
To celebrate Germany winning the World Cup, free travel on all D class trams* #YarraTrams *Not valid for Argentineans— Fake Yarra Trams (@fakeyarratrams) July 13, 2014
Updating the weather and there's some drizzle around, with a cloudy day ahead. It's currently 5 degrees and we're heading for a max of 14. FULL DETAILSBack to top
In case you missed it (!) Germany has won the World Cup.
Last chance to win - we have six double passes to attend a screening and Q&A with the actor Miranda Otto at her film Reaching for the Moon, tomorrow night at Palace Kino Cinemas at 6.15pm. For a chance to win, just email Angus at email@example.com and we’ll announce the winners before 9am.
We speak more languages in Melbourne than there are countries in the world. FULL STORY.
The search has begun again this morning for the two snowboarders missing on Mt Bogong. There have been reports of avalances in the area, and it was minus 4 degrees overnight.
Delays now on the Monash following a collision near Yarra Boulevard...Back to top
"Relief". Jubilant Germans in Melbourne are celebrating with arms aloft as they sing "super Deutschland, ole, ole, ole" at the Hophaus restaurant and bar in Southbank, Deborah Gough reports. After a tense game grandfather Henry Betschel, of Lower Templestowe, had just one word for it: "Relief."
Two lanes are closed on CityLink near Toorak Road because of a crash. Take care passing through...
Minor delays now on the Werribee line "due to V/Line information display issues".
TODAY’S GIVEAWAY – we have six double passes to attend a screening and Q&A with the actor Miranda Otto at her film Reaching for the Moon, tomorrow night at Palace Kino Cinemas at 6.15pm. Check out the trailer here. For a chance to win, just email Angus at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll announce the winners before 9am.