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Victorian state election: Wednesday's campaign at a glance

Victorian state election: Wednesday's campaign at a glance

The campaign at a glance, Wednesday, November 14.

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Labor promises to order more trains to run on V/Line's busiest lines
Victorian election

Labor promises to order more trains to run on V/Line's busiest lines

The two busiest rail lines in regional Victoria could get a swag of new trains from 2021, with Labor promising to order 18 three-car V/Line trains.

  • by Adam Carey
Guy's $89m terror pledge includes ankle tags and CBD ban for suspects
Victorian election

Guy's $89m terror pledge includes ankle tags and CBD ban for suspects

Victoria Police would get the power to put electronic monitoring devices on terror suspects and more officers would patrol the CBD under an $89.5m Coalition promise.

  • by Benjamin Preiss
Melbourne's traffic growth outstrips population surge
Victorian election

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
Alarming cover-ups spark pledge for public IVF clinics
Fertility

Alarming cover-ups spark pledge for public IVF clinics

In one incident faulty incubators resulted in the destruction of many embryos, but patients were lied to about the real cause.

  • by Aisha Dow & Noel Towell
After Pellegrini's visit, Guy claims Libs have edge on law and order
Victorian election

After Pellegrini's visit, Guy claims Libs have edge on law and order

Opposition Leader Matthew Guy used visit to Pellegrinis with Prime Minister Morrison on Tuesday to assert the Coalition’s superior law and order credentials.

  • by Adam Carey
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Morrison visits Bourke St, urges Muslim leaders to keep 'wolves' out
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Morrison visits Bourke St, urges Muslim leaders to keep 'wolves' out

The prime minister has arrived in Melbourne to pay his respects to Sisto Malaspina and urge Muslim communities to prevent radicalisation.

  • by Benjamin Preiss
Liberal member nominates for Richmond without party's blessing
Victorian election

Liberal member nominates for Richmond without party's blessing

Preferences will prove crucial in determining who wins the marginal seat, with a Liberal member now contesting as an independent.

  • by Benjamin Preiss
Andrews makes emergency pitch for family vote with hospitals pledge
Health

Andrews makes emergency pitch for family vote with hospitals pledge

Labor went for the young family vote on Monday, promising to open five new emergency departments for children and subsidies for child car seat installation.

  • by Adam Carey
What the US can learn from Australian elections
Opinion
Opinion

What the US can learn from Australian elections

If the US were a developing country, Australia would send in international observers to monitor whether the elections were “fair and free”.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
Dogged by scandal, short on charm, Andrews' winning card is integrity
Victorian election

Dogged by scandal, short on charm, Andrews' winning card is integrity

Labor’s frontman is consolidating his brand as somebody who is going to get a job done, even if you're not desperate to join him for a beer afterwards.

  • by Noel Towell