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EXCLUSIVE: More than 600 Victoria Police employees who were sexually assaulted or harassed in the workplace have accessed a scheme that has paid out $11 million in redress payments. The Saturday Herald Sun can reveal the Restorative Engagement and Redress Scheme, which was launched in December 2019, has supported hundreds …
Give cancer the crunch
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Melbourne Storm takes Truganina pokies permit application to VCAT after council opposition
Melbourne Storm is facing stiff opposition in its bid to re-enter the pokies market at Truganina with a multimillion-dollar hotel development. The 80-pokies play will be won or lost at VCAT.
Murph ok after knock
CARLTON is confident a minor head knock won’t stop veteran Marc Murphy from facing Sydney on Saturday. The 31-year-old only walked laps instead of training with the main group yesterday as a precaution.
Victoria's baby drought
VICTORIA’S birthrate is falling steadily, despite a booming economy that some would say should be family friendly. A federal report reveals that Victoria had 79,013 births last year — a massive 25,800 fewer than the figure for New South Wales.
10 Melbourne bars and pubs you’re bound to bump into an AFL player
If you’re looking to party with some of the AFL’s biggest names, bars and pubs around Melbourne are a good place to start.
How to take the perfect selfie
An Instagram star has revealed the secrets to the perfect selfie — and it’s not about taking hundreds of photos for that elusive shot.
Airport drivers risk lives to save parking cash
Changes at Melbourne airport to make it easier to pick up passengers have failed to stop drivers risking their lives and others’ safety in a bid to dodge parking fees.
Earthcore pioneer mourned after scuffle in Elsternwick bar
The founder of outdoor dance festival Earthcore has been identified as the man who died after being restrained by customers at an Elsternwick bar.
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What it’s like to work on the set of Australian TV drama Neighbours
My role as an extra on Australian TV drama Neighbours is fun — but the days are long and it’s absolutely not glamorous.
Why you should let your kids sort out their own arguments
Parents should encourage their fighting children to resolve the conflict themselves rather than intervening, experts have advised.
Youths terrorise commuters in Melbourne’s southeast
Train passengers and residents have spoken of their terror after about 100 youths wreaked havoc in Melbourne’s southeast overnight.
Two injured in Box Hill North car crash
Witnesses say a black Holden Commodore sideswiped a parked car on Mersey St and crashed into the back of a white Hyundai.
Footy fans set to be out in full force come Hawks and Demons game
Hawks and Demons fans are primed with premiership hopes ahead of Friday night’s do-or-die clash.
Widow's distress over Lyle scam
Charitable Australians have been warned not to be fooled by fake fundraising accounts that ask for donations in relation to former Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle.
Travelling with an ex-partner: I went overseas on a pre-planned holiday with my ex
We’d planned a five-week trip through five countries and 15 cities — and we were going in two months’ time.
Getting Instagram ‘likes’ is making girls unhappy
Girls should stop seeking “likes” on their Instagram photos and counting them as a sign of their beauty or selfworth, experts say.
Alexis Sanchez misses Manchester United pre-season tour after being ‘refused entry to US due to visa issues’
ALEXIS SANCHEZ is missing from Manchester United’s pre-season US tour due to complications over his visa, according to reports. The Chilean accepted a 16-month suspended jail sentence in February and may be granted a waiver to allow him to travel but the process is taking longer than first expected...
‘Fix-it man’ called to clean up murder
A Melbourne factory became like a scene from Quentin Tarantino’s movie Pulp Fiction when a dead former cop was cleaned up by a “fix-it man”, a lawyer says.
Pooches and punchlines
Howls of laughter are roaring from comedian Mel Buttle's new show playing at the Comedy Festival.
Granny delivers a bundle of joy
A granny turned midwife when she delivered her daughter's baby girl on the seat of the car.
Manu Feildel opens up on past regrets and future plans
My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel has revealed one bad review shut down his restaurant and what he really thinks of George Calombaris’s souvlaki joint.
We're world's best parents
Australian parents are the best in the world at spending time with their children.
'Drive and drop' puts kids at risk
Australian children will live shorter and unhealthier lives than their grandparents unless they become more physically active, new statistics reveal.
Kids' cash course
Parents are concerned their children don’t learn enough about money in school, with more than half of Australian mums and dads choosing to dish out pocket money to make up for educational slack.
Slip, slop, slap, smartphone
Aussies are glued to their mobile phones with a survey showing more than 1.2 million beachgoers are choosing smartphones as the No. 1 item to take to the beach.
Small business owners work longer than doctors
Aussie owners are working longer hours than doctors, with 16 per cent working more than 60 hours a week, a survey by online small business lender Prospa shows.