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Rachael Dexter is a journalist & audio video producer at The Age.

Tributes flow for man who died during a brawl in Swan Hill

Tributes flow for man who died during a brawl in Swan Hill

Family and friends have remembered a young man killed in a Swan Hill brawl as a gentle, kind man. 

  • by Rachael Dexter, Matilda Boseley & Benjamin Millar

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Firefighters still battling to extinguish Campbellfield factory blaze
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Firefighters still battling to extinguish Campbellfield factory blaze

More than 80 firefighters are working to stop the blaze spreading to neighbouring factories.

  • by Rachael Dexter & Matilda Boseley
Hundreds to gather to seek swift return of Aiia Maasarwe's body

Hundreds to gather to seek swift return of Aiia Maasarwe's body

The Australian government will be urged to repatriate the young woman's body as soon as possible at an event in Israel.

  • by Rachael Dexter & Gabrielle Weineger
Mildura woman to replace Andrew Broad for Nats in Mallee seat

Mildura woman to replace Andrew Broad for Nats in Mallee seat

The Nationals have chosen Dr Anne Webster, who founded a pregnancy support service, to replace the federal MP who fell from grace in the 'sugar daddy' scandal late last year.

  • by AAP, Rachael Dexter & Jade Bate
Glasses, chairs thrown in Newport pub brawl

Glasses, chairs thrown in Newport pub brawl

A 44-year-old man, who witnesses say was knocked unconscious, has been taken to hospital after a fight broke out on Saturday afternoon.

  • by Rachael Dexter & Erin Pearson
A 20-year-old man dead after Swan Hill brawl
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A 20-year-old man dead after Swan Hill brawl

A late-night fight has left a Swan Hill man dead. A 40-year-old man taken into custody was released late Saturday night

  • by Joe Hinchliffe & Rachael Dexter
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Fearful uni students want more cameras at tram stops in wake of Aiia Maasarwe's death

Fearful uni students want more cameras at tram stops in wake of Aiia Maasarwe's death

La Trobe University students want more CCTV cameras installed at bus and tram stops around the sprawling campus in Melbourne's outer-north.

  • by Rachael Dexter
Aiia's final hours: Israeli student met new friends in CBD park to learn English

Aiia's final hours: Israeli student met new friends in CBD park to learn English

In the hours before she died, a smiling Aiia Maasarwe beamed as she stood with a group of new friends she had met to practise speaking in English.

  • by Erin Pearson, Simone Fox Koob & Rachael Dexter
No deal, little confidence and a shambolic plan - where to now for the Brits?
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No deal, little confidence and a shambolic plan - where to now for the Brits?

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal - two years in the making - failed in spectacular fashion this week and the country’s future hangs in the balance.

  • by David Estcourt & Rachael Dexter
Nicola Stephens had her demons, but one month on there are still no answers about her death

Nicola Stephens had her demons, but one month on there are still no answers about her death

Before she died, Nicola Stephens banged on a neighbour's door screaming 'someone wants to stab me'. One month on, friends and family are still waiting for answers about how she died.

  • by Rachael Dexter
'Get used to the fact that prices can go down': 2019, year of the housing correction

'Get used to the fact that prices can go down': 2019, year of the housing correction

Our economy - having racked up a record run of 28 consecutive years of growth - has entered into a delicate new phase.

  • by Rachael Dexter & David Estcourt