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Clay Lucas is city editor for The Age. Clay has worked at The Age since 2005, covering state politics, urban affairs, transport, local government and workplace relations for The Age and Sunday Age.

We can’t afford bill for Victoria’s cladding crisis, pensioners say

We can’t afford bill for Victoria’s cladding crisis, pensioners say

An elderly South Yarra couple among those asked to pick up the tab to clean up the state's cladding mess.

  • by Clay Lucas & Maria Bruun-Schmidt

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$67 million for emergency services package

$67 million for emergency services package

Matthew Guy promises $51 million to rebuild or upgrade CFA stations across the state, as part of a $67 million package for emergency services.

  • by Clay Lucas
Labor goes after camping vote in pledge to slash fees, build 30 new camp sites

Labor goes after camping vote in pledge to slash fees, build 30 new camp sites

Labor to cut camp ground fees, build 30 new camp sites, upgrade 30 more

  • by Clay Lucas
Liberal candidate for marginal Yan Yean gone after anti-Muslim video surfaces
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Liberal candidate for marginal Yan Yean gone after anti-Muslim video surfaces

The Liberal Party's candidate for the marginal seat of Yan Yean has quit as the endorsed candidate after a video surfaced that appeared to show her making allegations against Muslims.

  • by Clay Lucas & Benjamin Preiss
Resident with disability stranded for days after floods hit apartments

Resident with disability stranded for days after floods hit apartments

Flash floods at a Brunswick apartment block on Cup Day also saw a resident with a disability stranded after the lifts were out for days.

  • by Clay Lucas
Melbourne's traffic growth outstrips population surge

Melbourne's traffic growth outstrips population surge

Melbourne's increase in traffic over five decades dramatically outpaced the city's population growth until 2004, when a resurgence in public transport use began

  • by Clay Lucas
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West Gate Tunnel builders go to Fair Work in bid to force agreement

West Gate Tunnel builders go to Fair Work in bid to force agreement

Tunnel builders go to Fair Work Commission in bid to force agreement

  • by Ben Schneiders & Clay Lucas
St Kilda pier to be rebuilt under Labor pledge in key marginal seat

St Kilda pier to be rebuilt under Labor pledge in key marginal seat

St Kilda pier to be rebuilt under Labor pledge in key marginal seat

  • by Clay Lucas
Andrews praises ABC journalist for courage after NSW counterpart quits

Andrews praises ABC journalist for courage after NSW counterpart quits

Premier says Ashleigh Raper showed courage in coming forward with her complaint against former NSW opposition leader Luke Foley.

  • by Clay Lucas
Daniel Andrews pledges $152m rebuild of Bendigo courts on TAFE site

Daniel Andrews pledges $152m rebuild of Bendigo courts on TAFE site

Labor has promised to build new law courts in Bendigo, replacing the outdated heritage buildings and creating local jobs.

  • by Clay Lucas
Data shows few new public housing units despite affordability crisis

Data shows few new public housing units despite affordability crisis

Data shows few new public housing units despite affordability crisis

  • by Clay Lucas