Shorten's Good Friday with the Salvos Labor leader Bill Shorten has started Good Friday with the Salvation Army, handing out food to homeless people in Melbourne. SBS - Published 18 hours ago
Adani convoy reliant on coal: miners An anti-Adani convoy travelling the length of Australia has reached Melbourne as the Queensland Resources Council criticises the protest. SBS - Published 2 days ago
One dead after nightclub shooting in Australia
One person has died and multiple people have been injured in a drive-by shooting outside a nightclub in the Australian city of Melbourne, police say
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Animal rights activists arrested in Australia after traffic protest
Australian police arrested 38 animal rights activists on Monday (April 8) after they blocked peak hour traffic in Melbourne in protests to mark the first anniversary of a film, Dominion, about factory..
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Explosive and toxic factory fire lights up Melbourne sky
A massive explosion at a Melbourne industrial waste factory sends plumes of toxic smoke into the air, prompting a warning to residents to stay indoors and close windows. Rough Cut (no reporter..
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Australian Teenager Gets A Mural Honoring His Activism
According to Business Insider, the teenager who smashed an egg on the head of a far-right Australian senator has been honored with a mural in Melbourne. Senator Fraser Anning, an Australian politician,..
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:38 Published on March 19, 2019
Italian Focuses On Vettel
According to Thisis1.com, "Mattia Binotto says Ferrari is not panicking after a bad start to the 2019 season. The entire paddock was stunned in Melbourne to discover that, after the Maranello team’s..
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:33 Published on March 18, 2019
New Zealand Shooting Suspect Is Australian
Tennis - Australian Open - Fourth Round - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 20, 2019. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson SYDNEY (Reuters) - One of four people detained in New Zealand after mass..
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:35 Published on March 15, 2019
F1 Race Eirector Charlie Whiting Dies At 66
CNN reports Leading motorsport figures have paid tribute to Formula One's race director Charlie Whiting following his sudden death after he suffered a pulmonary embolism in Australia. The 66-year-old..
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Race Director Charlie Whiting Dies At 66
WEbsite thisisf1reports Charlie Whiting has died in Melbourne. The long-serving FIA race director and official starter passed away in his Melbourne hotel room on Wednesday, just days before the 2019..
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Cardinal Pell Sentenced To 6 Years For Sex Abuse
Reuters reports Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in jail on Wednesday for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s. He will be registered as a..
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:40 Published on March 13, 2019
George Pell sentenced to six years in prison for child sex abuse
Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s, and will be registered as a..
Credit: Reuters Studio Duration: 01:40 Published on March 13, 2019
Australia Cardinal Pell Sentenced to Prison
According to Reuters, previous Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys during the 1990s at St..
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:36 Published on March 13, 2019
Vatican calls Pell conviction 'painful news'
The Vatican's interim spokesman Alessandro Gisotti said on Tuesday the conviction of Australian Cardinal George Pell on child sexual offences was "painful news." Rough cut (no reporter narration)
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Cardinal George Pell convicted of child sex abuse
The 77-year-old former Archbishop of Melbourne is the most senior Catholic cleric to be found guilty of the offence. Saskia O'Donoghue reports.
Credit: Reuters Studio Duration: 02:19 Published on February 26, 2019
Vatican Treasurer Found Guilty Of Child Sex Abuse
The Catholic church is reeling from accusations of sexual abuse committed by priests worldwide. Recently, one of the most powerful men in the Roman Catholic world was found guilty. His charges are..
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:55 Published on February 26, 2019
Nine years jail for Melbourne wife killer Borce Ristevski A Melbourne husband and father who killed his wife, dumped her body in bushland, then lied to cover up his crime, has been jailed for nine years. SBS - Published 2 days ago
Woman critical after fatal Vic deer attack A woman remains in a critical condition in a Melbourne hospital after a pet deer attack which killed her husband. SBS - Published 2 days ago Victorian man who killed surgeon in one-punch attack jailed for decade A man who killed a Melbourne surgeon with a single blow has become the first to receive a minimum 10-year jail sentence under Victoria's 'coward punch' laws. SBS - Published 3 days ago
One punch Vic killer to be sentenced A man who killed a Melbourne surgeon by punching him during a disagreement about smoking near a hospital entrance, is due to be sentenced for his crime. SBS - Published 3 days ago
The Australian farmer providing English lessons for her migrant workers A vegetable farmer west of Melbourne is growing her own workforce, supplying English language lessons to migrant labourers to enable them to climb the ranks of the agriculture business. SBS - Published 3 days ago
Apology over Melbourne train drama Thousands of Melbourne train passengers endured peak-hour delays after a fatal collision compounded pressure on the city's public transport network. SBS - Published 4 days ago Melb still 'low density' by 2051: report Melbourne's population is tipped to reach eight million by 2051, but by world standards it will still be a low density city, according to a new report. SBS - Published 4 days ago
From the Archives: Manhunt for bomb hoaxer terrorising three states In 1984, a series of bomb threats were received ranging from Brisbane to Melbourne. Police held grave fears for the public as schools, companies, politicians and the media were all targeted. The Age - Published 4 days ago
Melbourne shooting victim clings to life The condition of a man critically injured after being shot while waiting in line outside a popular Melbourne nightclub remains unchanged on Tuesday. SBS - Published 4 days ago
PM sticks in Melbourne as tax battle rises Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says people earning more than $40,000 will be better off under the coalition's policy as income tax emerges as a key election issue. SBS - Published 4 days ago
Melbourne train chaos after woman's death Thousands of Melbourne train passengers endured peak-hour delays after a fatal collision compounded pressure on the city's public transport network. SBS - Published 4 days ago CBD Melbourne: The perks of Post There were very few spare seats on Qantas’ corporate shuttle from Sydney to Melbourne on Monday morning as the pin-striped masses returned from a weekend in the Spray Tan Capital to normality and.. The Age - Published 4 days ago
PM Morrison sandbags Victorian seats Prime Minister Scott Morrison has focused on small business tax relief and road upgrades while campaigning in key Melbourne seats. SBS - Published 5 days ago Cancer patient asks Shorten to deliver Labor leader Bill Shorten is promising money to cut elective surgery waiting times as he campaigns in Melbourne's southeast. SBS - Published 5 days ago
Gas leak in Melbourne's CBD Fire crews are responding to a gas leak in Melbourne CBD and are likely to be on scene for hours. SBS - Published 5 days ago Hung parliament not on PM's mind as leaders battle for votes in east Melbourne Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declined to say how he would approach a hung parliament if the federal election was tight. SBS - Published 5 days ago
PM hits Victoria for roads, small business Prime Minister Scott Morrison has visited a small business in Melbourne's east to shore up Liberal-held seats as the election campaign rolls on. SBS - Published 5 days ago Vic recycler told to stop accepting waste Another Melbourne recycling company has been ordered to stop accepting waste until its stockpiles comply with law. SBS - Published 5 days ago
Shorten promises to cut surgery wait list Labor leader Bill Shorten is promising money to cut elective surgery waiting times as he campaigns in Melbourne's southeast. SBS - Published 5 days ago One Nation support down, boosting major parties as campaign moves to Melbourne The first Newspoll since the official campaign shows One Nation support has crashed, giving the major parties a boost, as Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten target seats in Melbourne's outer east. SBS - Published 5 days ago
Luxury car could be key to finding gunman after fatal Melbourne drive-by A man has died and another is fighting for life after shots were discharged from a car into crowds outside a Melbourne nightclub. SBS - Published 5 days ago Federal election: Morrison, Shorten target Liberal-held battleground seats in Melbourne Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten will target Liberal-held seats on Monday as they both campaign in outer eastern Melbourne. SBS - Published 5 days ago
Morrison, Shorten target east Melbourne Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten will target Liberal-held seats on Monday as they both campaign in outer eastern Melbourne. SBS - Published 5 days ago PM to announce roads package in Melbourne Scott Morrison will announce $154.5 million to ease congestion on roads in Melbourne's east with the Liberal Party trying to save crucial seats. SBS - Published 5 days ago
Party pledges on Melbourne roads and taxes More than $150 million of ‘congestion busting’ road projects in Melbourne will be announced by the Coalition on Monday. The Age - Published 5 days ago CBD Melbourne: Well baby, they've gone from Rio Rio Tinto’s efforts at keeping open a local headquarters -- alongside its London office which chief executive Jean-Sébastien Jacques calls home -- is admirable. The Age - Published 5 days ago
One dead after shooting outside Australia nightclub, three injured A drive-by shooting outside a nightclub in the Australian city of Melbourne inflicted "horrific injuries" that killed a security guard and wounded three men, police said on Sunday, but there was no.. Reuters - Published 5 days ago Man dead, another critical after drive-by shooting outside Melbourne nightclub A man has died and another is fighting for life after shots were discharged from a car into crowds outside a Melbourne nightclub. SBS - Published 6 days ago
Concerns for missing Victorian kayaker A man is missing after falling off his kayak while paddling in in waters southeast of Melbourne. SBS - Published 6 days ago Multiple people shot outside Melbourne nightclub, two in a critical condition Four people have been taken to hospital after a shooting outside a Melbourne nightclub. SBS - Published 6 days ago
National rallies to bring refugees to Aust Rallies across Australia will call for an end to the offshore detention of refugees and asylum seekers; author Richard Flanagan will join the Melbourne event. SBS - Published 6 days ago Melbourne singles getting dirty for love Melbourne singles are pulling weeds for love in the latest effort to bring people together and forge connections. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Vegan protests: Flash in the pan or seismic social shift? Is the enormous attention a Melbourne animals rights sit-in and simultaneous protests at farms and abattoirs around Australia attracted a sign of a broader social shift away from eating meat? Or is.. The Age - Published 1 week ago Worker hurt in Vic factory fire speaks A worker who became engulfed in flames during a toxic Melbourne factory fire says he remains in shock and cannot sleep. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Battle for the burbs: Shorten in the thick of it Bill Shorten put himself at the heart of the fight for Melbourne's mortgage belt on Thursday The Age - Published 1 week ago Shorten, the kingmaker who would be king Labor leader Bill Shorten has been fascinated by the intrigue and power of politics since his school days in Melbourne. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Australia PM seeks new law to penalize animal rights activists Australia's government proposed on Wednesday to criminalise some actions of animal rights protesters after activists blocked traffic in Melbourne and stormed farms and abattoirs this week to protest.. Reuters - Published 1 week ago Crane collapse in Melbourne injures two Emergency crews were called to a Melbourne construction site where two workers were injured in a crane collapse. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Union rally shuts down Melbourne streets Victoria's Labor Premier Daniel Andrews has joined more than 100,000 workers on a march through Melbourne as part of a union rally. SBS - Published 1 week ago Scores of thousands in Vic 'fair go' rally Victoria's Labor Premier Daniel Andrews has joined more than 100,000 workers on a march through Melbourne as part of a union rally. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Union protests: Thousands of workers rally for wage increases in Melbourne Unions are claiming the federal government has overseen the largest decline in living standards in 30 years, with rallies organised in 14 centres across the nation. SBS - Published 1 week ago 'I have a mezuzah': Election battle heats up in Melbourne's bagel belt Rabbi calls for candidates to cool it after Liberal hopeful in inner city seat attacks her Labor opponent's religious credentials. The Age - Published 1 week ago