Victoria

Melbourne on alert for thunderstorm asthma

Health officials have cautioned Victorians to be careful to minimise their risks to the phenomenon known as ‘thunderstorm asthma’ that saw a […]

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Triple H – Young people of Horsham Victoria

SYN went up to Horsham in September this year, and worked with a group of 15 amazing young people, in a two […]

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Scott Morrison announces $154 million upgrade for Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is set for a massive upgrade as part of a federal government cash injection for Victoria’s south west. […]

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Interview with Jenny Mikakos

Jenny Mikakos is the Victorian Minister for Youth Affairs. The Minister spoke to Reporter and Producer Jack Fryer about the Government’s recently […]

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Interview with Huong Truong: Part 2

Huong Truong is a Greens member of Parliament in the Victorian Legislative Council. Huong is the first Vietnamese woman in Australian parliament, […]

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Skyrail property prices unchanged after six months

The skyrail project has divided communities across Melbourne, but new figures are showing that it might actually have significant benefits for local […]

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Interview with Ellen Sandell: Part 2

Ellen Sandell is the Greens state MP for the seat of Melbourne. She has held a wide and varying career, first training […]

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Full show 23/08

On the show today, Panorama looks at the latest leadership spill in Australian politics, plus reports on the effects of the recent […]

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Plastic bag ban a drag on supermarket profits

Recent moves by Australia’s largest supermarket chains, Coles and Woolworths, to phase out single use plastic bags in Victoria have dampend profits, […]

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Victorian tenants get stronger rent protections

Renters in Victoria will have more rights, including the right for every tenant to have a pet, following from new laws passed […]