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Making Melbourne More Walkable

The Future Melbourne Committee endorsed the Draft Transport Strategy for public consultation on May 7th, aiming to make Melbourne more walkable. Why […]

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Digital Campaign Ads: Young Voters’ Perspectives

As election day approaches, many political parties are taking their final chances to boost campaign ads on social media. Do young voters […]

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Cycling Safety in Question

With the number of bikes on our roads growing, so does the rate of injury and death amongst cyclists. Reporter Courtney Whitelaw […]

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Voters Turn Out for Election Pre-Poll

Voters Turn Out for Election Pre-Poll Ahead of the 2019 Federal Election, voters are turning out in force to vote before election […]

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Council floats idea to ban smoking in Bourke Street Mall

Smokers could be banned from lighting up in Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall under a proposal from the council to make the shopping […]

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Bill Shorten promises to create new laws to help casuals get permanent jobs

Casual workers will get a clear path to a permanent job if the Labor Party wins the federal election. Opposition leader Bill […]

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Woman’s body found in the heart of Chinatown

Streets in Melbourne’s CBD have been cordoned off this morning after a woman’s body was found in the middle of Chinatown. It’s […]

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West Gate Fwy moving again after peak-hour crash caused traffic chaos

Traffic is moving again on the West Gate Fwy after a crash at the entrance to Burnley Tunnel caused traffic chaos for […]

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Kangaroos star Majak Daw shares incredible baby news

Kangaroos star Majak Daw has a huge reason to smile today after announcing that he is expecting his first child with girlfriend […]

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Police confirm Senator Fraser Anning & teen Will Connolly won’t be charged over egging

Senator Fraser Anning and teenager Will Connolly will not be charged over an incident in which the 17-year-old cracked an egg on […]