Importance of Being Earnest hits the IPAC
If Australian musical theatre stalwart Nancye Hayes had a "bucket list" of coveted roles, Oscar Wilde's Lady Bracknell would be towards the top.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Airport immigration escapee found
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Tue Aug 26, 2014
The passion of investing in collecables
But they're not fetching as much as when the one worn by Don Bradman during the 1948 Invincibles tour sold for $402,500 in 2008.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
How to Find Specialist Doctors Quickly and Avoid Lengthy Hospital Waiting Times
MELBOURNE, Victoria August 2014 - The Victorian public hospital system is so congested that patients with private health insurance looking for An expert panel on waiting list management, chaired by Eastern Health director Stuart Alford, and including Latrobe Regional Hospital CEO Peter Craighead and Melbourne Health clinical leader Associate ... (more)
Gleeson calls it a day
The Geelong skipper played his final game for the Cats' second-tier side against Essendon at Kardinia Park on Friday night.
Youth unemployment hits 15-year high
Youth unemployment has leapt to a 15-year high in Victoria, with the Premier's electorate hit the hardest by the worsening crisis.
SBPRA Releases 'Death on Pause: The Troy Machalek Diaries'
When Taiwanese model Kaelyn Yen is drugged and held captive by the head of one of America's top modeling agencies, she realizes that the recent deaths in her family were not accidents, but meticulously planned murders carried out by her Triad-affiliated relatives.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
VFL: Tigers' win keeps Cats out of finals
Werribee Tigers' impressive 25-point win over Frankston has kept last year's grand finalist Geelong out of this year's VFL finals.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Services resume after Altona train collision
Trains have resumed on a section of track in Melbourne's west where two trains collided on Friday night, injuring several people.
Youths scale Southgate bridge
THIS picture captured by a Herald Sun reader shows the moment up to five youths scaled the beam of the Southgate pedestrian bridge just after 3pm today.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Probe into train crash in city's west
Passengers travelling to the match of the round between rivals Geelong and Hawthorn have been warned to allow an extra hour to travel to the game after a crash on the Geelong line overnight.
Times of Oman
BP plans to invest $9b in Australia exploration
Melbourne: BP, the operator of the biggest oil refinery in Australia, plans to spend A$10 billion this decade expanding its filling station network and developing oil and gas projects such as the Browse venture.
Nine injured in Altona train crash
Nine people were injured when two trains crashed near the Maidstone Street crossing in Altona at about 7pm on Friday.
Scrapping fire rescue service could be fatal: Union
The United Fire Fighters Union fears the Country Fire Authority's decision to withdraw its specialist trench rescue service in Western Victoria may result in fatalities.
Coffee Royalty: The cafes that put Melbourne on map
IT'S easy to get excited about Melbourne's coffee newbies but there's a special place in our caffeine hearts for these cafes that put our city on the coffee map.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Shorten opens up on rape allegations
Labor leader Bill Shorten speaks to the media after being cleared by the Victorian Police of rape allegations dating back to the 1980s.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Whittlesea Mernda Doreen Star
Ebola research brawl
Geelong research into the deadly Ebola virus has become a political football amid the state launch of science week in the city.
Bunge speeds Australia re-entry with port project
The terminal, which will handle 450,000 tonnes of grain a year, will comprise a grain receival facility and three storage silos, and link to an existing woodchip loading facility at the port.
A fatal truck crash has resulted in a whole fleet of garbage trucks ...
A fatal crash has resulted in whole fleet of garbage trucks taken off the road for safety checks leaving rubbish bins uncollected all around the country Tens of thousands of homes across Australia are not getting their rubbish collected after the country's largest waste management firm has grounded its entire fleet.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Geelong mayor supports Labor port bid
MODEL turned fashion designer Jodhi Meares has rocked up to court almost two hours late to appear before a judge on drink driving charges.