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Freedom protestor accused of attacking police officer twice

Protester allegedly struck out at police and assaulted an officer.A police officer was allegedly attacked twice during a protest in Melbourne on Saturday, prompting an investigation.The officer was carrying out traffic management duties on King St in Melbourne when...

National Lottery retailer body ALNA welcomes proposed Oz Lotto changes

The Australian Lottery and Newsagents Association (ALNA) has welcomed the Oz Lotto game enhancements proposed by Tattersall’s Sweeps Pty Ltd (Tatts in Victoria).ALNA CEO Ben Kearney said ALNA supports the proposed change to Oz Lotto, which will be the...

Mayor calls for ‘drastic and brave’ action to keep foreign students in Australia

Lord mayor Sally Capp will lobby the next federal government to make it easier for international students to work in Australia for as long as they like once they finish their degrees, as she works to revive Melbourne’s pre-pandemic...

Public and community housing complaint handling under investigation

The Victorian Ombudsman has launched an inquiry into the handling of complaints about council and council housing to facilitate the process.The investigation will examine if the current complaint handling processes are “effective, fair and sufficiently-tenant focused”.Ombudsman Deborah Glass said...

Melbourne man launches popular new tech news website

A west Melbourne man based in Werribee has created dedicated technology news website "Tech Business News" to help educate the public about new technologies. His website is based in the city and includes articles on everything from the history...

Police shoot man allegedly wielding hammer in Melbourne home

A man has been shot by police after allegedly threatening them with a hammer this morning in the Melbourne suburb of Meadow Heights. Police were executing a search warrant at a home on Mitchell Crescent when the occupant allegedly threatened...

Severe thunderstorm warning cancelled for Victoria as clean up begins

A severe thunderstorm warning has been cancelled for Victoria as the state begins to clean up after the devastating wild weather. The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) issued an update at 5am this morning to say the severe thunderstorms were no longer occurring in...
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Werribee Mural Shocks Locals Claiming It Borders On Pornography

Wyndham City Council has responded to claims from locals that a new mural at Station Place laneway adjacent Werribee...
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