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2014/12/18 06:55
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Melbourne's train system went into storm-induced meltdown on Monday morning as lightning strikes and power surges caused up to 60 minute delays and suspended lines. Public Transport Victoria's chief...
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2014/12/17 02:20
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A fire on a train ignited by an electrical fault that caused motor parts to explode. The fire did not spread but three trains have been pulled out of service. Photo: Supplied Exclusive Exploding...
2014/12/16 04:19
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Chairo Christian School in Victoria has implemented a remote management platform for PCs as it prepares for growth in the number of devices used by students and staff on its cross-campus network. The...
2014/12/11 13:12
2014/12/11 13:12
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MICHAEL Griffey's murderer will be brought to justice, according to his heartbroken mother Noela Antonio. Speaking from her Wendouree home yesterday, Ms Antonio said she had faith that police would...
2014/12/09 07:50
2014/12/09 07:50
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Public transport fares will rise by almost five per cent next month when the new Labor government brings in an increase first announced by the former Napthine government 12 months ago. The free ride...
2014/12/08 16:16
2014/12/08 16:16
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First pre-sales of up to 600 apartments in new mini-suburb on Auckland’s waterfront set to start in February. An artist's impression of Wynyard Quarter's apartments and townhouses which are yet to be...
2014/12/04 22:12
2014/12/04 22:12
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Experts can tell us where, but not when, the next earthquake will hit. Melbourne's east has been rattled by its largest earthquake in 50 years. The 3.2 magnitude quake struck about five kilometres...
2014/12/04 20:20
2014/12/04 20:20
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East West Link and West Gate Distributor Photo: Graphic: Jamie Brown The Victorian Auditor-General plans to examine the business case behind the controversial East West Link project, whether or not...
2014/12/04 00:17
2014/12/04 00:17
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Environment Melbourne earthquake: 3.2 magnitude hits city An earthquake has been felt rumbling through Melbourne this morning with residents saying their houses shook in what felt like an...
2014/12/04 00:17
2014/12/04 00:17
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RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today Show of Support: Mother's acceptance of child's sexuality goes viral 9:53 BACKLASH: Our opinions on the most talked about stories of the week A Sydney...
2014/12/03 20:17
2014/12/03 20:17
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RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today A Sydney teacher has been charged with having sex with one of her male students.Source: Getty Images Good morning, and welcome to our morning news...
2014/12/03 04:26
2014/12/03 04:26
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Beekeepers are predicting a national honey shortage with volumes across Australia falling by 50 per cent this year to 13,000 tonnes. Thousands of anglers are logging onto webcams in Tasmania...
2014/12/01 08:31
2014/12/01 08:31
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Wind back in the sails as Thelnetham mill grinds flour once againThelnetham windmill is producing flour again. Volunteer and trainee miller Chris Mills. Picture by: Sonya Duncan The millstones are...
2014/12/01 05:10
2014/12/01 05:10
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From marijuana to firearms, micro-parties have a big part to play in Victoria The incoming Andrews government faces deadlock in the upper house after its thumping win at the Victorian election on the...
2014/11/30 12:50
2014/11/30 12:50
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Strokestown House, County Roscommon home to the Famine archives: Over 50,000 documents shed light on reality of life in Ireland during the Famine. Academic research of an archive of documents written...
2014/11/28 15:08
2014/11/28 15:08
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Her clothes vivid with colour, swathed in ethnic jewels, chic hats tipped on her short hair - Loulou de la Falaise was the essence of an English eccentric. But her stylish persona reached the highest...
2014/11/28 12:13
2014/11/28 12:13
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Neighbours fear ‘anti-social’ homeless at St Albans centre St Claire's nursing home on Church Crescent A charitable housing association has been warned it is causing “offence, anger and distress”...
2014/11/28 06:12
2014/11/28 06:12
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The Napthine government's $3.9 billion promise to buy a new train every month for 10 years will not even come close to meeting the demand Victoria's rapidly rising population is expected to create,...
2014/11/28 02:30
2014/11/28 02:30
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AFTER an election campaign that seems to have gone on forever, Victorians will finally get to have their say tomorrow. And if the polls are right Daniel Andrews is set to become the next...
2014/11/27 22:26
2014/11/27 22:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: The last time a first term government lost an election in Victoria was in 1955. But if the polls are any guide the Napthine Government faces defeat when that state votes tomorrow. This...
2014/12/18 06:55
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