Aust athletes want alcohol ad ban in sport

Australian sporting stars are teaming up to demand a ban on alcohol advertising across all codes. AFL great Mick Malthouse and former Parramatta rugby league player Steve Ella are among a long list of athletes helping to launch the End […]

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Labor waits for Morrison’s plan on energy

Australia’s energy policy needs bipartisanship for it to move forward and give industry certainty, Labor’s climate change spokesman says. Mark Butler told ABC TV on Sunday that Labor would wait for Prime Minister Scott Morrison to reveal his detailed plans […]

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Vic Premier gives train route travel times

Victorians will be riding high-speed trains in the middle of the century if Labor’s unfunded $50 billion suburban rail line election pledge gets the green light. Premier Daniel Andrews told reporters on Wednesday trains would travel up to 130km/h through […]

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Vic bus drivers strike for 24-hours

Friday, 10 August 2018 6:30PM Camera IconVictorian bus drivers have called a 24-hour strike. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon More than 1000 Victorian bus drivers will refuse to get behind the wheel for 24-hours, bringing Melbourne and parts of the […]

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Melbourne hailed Australia’s top tech city

Thursday, 5 July 2018 7:11PM Camera IconMelbourne has been lauded as the nation’s tech capital as Google unveils its new office in the city. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Melbourne has been lauded as the nation’s technology capital as global […]

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Coalition to free land for Melbourne homes

The coalition is promising to release land for at least 290,000 homes in Melbourne’s outer suburbs to make housing more affordable if it wins government. Opposition Leader Matthew Guy will announce plans to release the land within two years in […]

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