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Month: November 2022

Liberal leadership race heats up as John Pesutto wins Hawthorn seat

Liberal Party leadership contender John Pesutto has won back the ultra marginal seat of Hawthorn four days after the Victorian Election. Speaking to 9News, Pesutto said it was a great honour to be elected after a “long four-year” battle. Pesutto…

Trainee pilot survives helicopter crash in Melbourne

A trainee pilot has survived after a helicopter crashed into a home in Melbourne’s south-east. Emergency services rushed to free the trapped 47-year-old from the wreckage, which was lying on the roof of a home in Tylden Court in Mentone….

Man with autism bashed and thrown off train in Melbourne’s east

A man living with autism has spoken of his pain and embarrassment after he was bashed by a man and thrown off an early morning train in Melbourne’s east. Marcus, 31, whose passion is trains and exploring the rail network,…

Legal centre pushes to scrap thousands more Covid fines

A Victorian legal centre is calling for Covid-19 fines issued during the pandemic to be withdrawn after thousands of similar infringements in NSW were deemed invalid. Inner Melbourne Community Legal and YouthLaw said there are still more than 30,000 outstanding…

Deputy Premier Jacinta Allan offers details about Victoria’s upcoming ministry

Victoria’s Deputy Premier has offered an insight into how the state government’s new cabinet could look, just days after the election. Jacinta Allan made the comments while visiting a level crossing removal at Cobblebank in Melbourne’s outer west on Wednesday…

Covid-19 infected cruise ship Queen Elizabeth arrives in Fremantle

About 50 people infected with Covid-19 are among the 1500 passengers on-board the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship that has docked in Fremantle. A Cunard spokesperson said only about half of the guests would disembark. “Importantly, only a very small percentage…

Crazy moment tradie almost eaten by crocodile in the Northern Territory

A man working in the Northern Territory has escaped a potential attack from a saltwater crocodile. Travelling across the Arnhem Land region, Kane Marcus and his friend spotted the massive reptile while driving to work. In footage later shared with…

Economist warns rate rise ‘all but certain’ as house prices continue to fall

National home prices have fallen for the eighth consecutive month, largely due to rising interest rates, according to the latest data from PropTrack. A 0.16 per cent drop was recorded nationally in November, with capital city prices now 3.09 per…

Blue Mountains Mayor slams Perrottet government plan to raise Warragamba Dam wall

Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill has weighed in on the state government’s plan to raise the Warragamba Dam wall. In early October, as severe weather threatened to flood parts of southwestern Sydney, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet announced his government would…

Eddie and Moses Obeids’ bid for bail amid appeal

A convicted fraudster and former NSW MP and his son have made a bid for freedom as they appeal criminal convictions for misuse of public office. In July 2021, former Labor MLC Edward “Eddie” Obeid and his son Moses Obeid,…

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