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Push to prioritise vaccine for hotel quarantine staff

The Victorian government is being urged to fast-track vaccinations for hotel quarantine workers to get travellers back to Melbourne sooner. http://dlvr.it/Rtfltn

Legal stoush may shutter popular Torquay resort

A prominent Victorian golf course and resort was likely trading while insolvent, a report by voluntary administrators has warned. http://dlvr.it/RtfRbB

Man killed, another injured in horror Melbourne crash

A man has died and another is in hospital after a car crash in Burnley earlier this afternoon. http://dlvr.it/RtfGP4

Man stabbed at popular St Kilda cafe

A man has been rushed to hospital after he was stabbed multiple times at a St Kilda cafe this morning. http://dlvr.it/Rtdk2t

How crowds are returning to Melbourne

Aussies are breathing new life into Melbourne as they move back to the city after lockdown. http://dlvr.it/RtdXQZ

Man killed, another injured in horror Melbourne crash

A man has died and another is in hospital after a car crash in Burnley earlier this afternoon. http://dlvr.it/RtbwRh

Iranian expats targeted in drug mule scheme

Iranian criminals are targeting vulnerable members of their expat community in Melbourne and enticing them into becoming unwitting drug mules. http://dlvr.it/RtbCfx

The secret weapon that helped Tigers win three flags

Emma Murray has been helping sports performers achieve great things by helping them control their mind. http://dlvr.it/RtbCb5

Wine industry fights back after horror year

In the dying days of 2019, winemaker Ken Eckersley armed himself with a bucket of water and a rake wrapped in a wet towel. http://dlvr.it/RtZmqR

Sophisticated new scam fleecing Victorians

Criminals are posing as police officers to scam victims out of tens of thousands of dollars in a sophisticated new fraud. http://dlvr.it/RtZXp6

Anzac Day parade set to go ahead

Melbourne’s Anzac Day parade is set to go ahead. http://dlvr.it/RtXLWp

Aaron Finch’s wife calls out vile trolls

AMY Finch, the wife of Australian cricketer Aaron Finch, is fed up with online trolls and has called out disgusting threats made against her. http://dlvr.it/RtWQFb

Aaron Finch’s wife calls out vile trolls

AMY Finch, the wife of Australian cricketer Aaron Finch, is fed up with online trolls and has called out disgusting threats made against her. http://dlvr.it/RtWQCn

Police attend Gotham City brothel

Investigators wearing protective vests attended the Gotham City brothel in South Melbourne Friday morning. http://dlvr.it/RtVtrV

Victoria records two new local COVID cases

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Victoria has recorded two new locally acquired COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. http://dlvr.it/RtVcHt

Billionaire’s battle over $500m art collection

A $500m art collection, whose billionaire owner warns will be lost from Victoria unless his proposed gallery is approved, is at the centre of public hearings starting on Monday. http://dlvr.it/RtSGfn

How COVID ruined the colour purple

Has coronavirus ruined the colour purple for Victoria? http://dlvr.it/RtRKwb

Town hall flying flag for non romantics

A Melbourne council has raised eyebrows after raising a flag in honour of a niche minority group. http://dlvr.it/RtRKtH

How a Bendigo wool heist turned into a murder mystery

A truckload of wool was scheduled to arrive at Essendon one evening, but it never showed up. http://dlvr.it/RtQpXX

The suburbs still waiting on train car park promise

Thousands of commuter car parks promised by the Morrison government at the last election will not even be under construction before voters go to the polls again. http://dlvr.it/RtQXf1

Traders lash out at private schools’ Glenferrie Rd ban

Three leading private schools have now issued warnings about the dangers of a popular Hawthorn shopping strip as the fallout from a fight between two girls continues. http://dlvr.it/RtNC8s

Questions raised over cost of Suburban Rail Loop

Work on an investment case into the Suburban Rail Loop is well under way, but the head of the state’s transport department says it is not yet clear what the total cost of the mega project will be. http://dlvr.it/RtMFbj

How Moomba Festival will look this year

Top entertainers, a community basketball challenge and a national skateboarding title will feature in next month’s revised Moomba Festival. http://dlvr.it/RtMFZS

Appeal’s virtual heart

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Just as the Royal Children’s Hospital must keep with the latest and most innovative ways of getting things done, so too must its fundraising arm. http://dlvr.it/RtLkLy

Police crack down on speedy Southbank cyclists

Police are launching a crackdown on speeding cyclists, electric bike and scooter drivers in Southbank. http://dlvr.it/RtLQrG

Anti-Semitic vandals’ ‘revolting’ attack on country town

anti-Semitic vandals have targeted a water facility in Kerang, spraying “revolting and despicable graffiti” on silos and buildings. http://dlvr.it/RtJ64s

RTBU set to battle over new trains

Victoria’s public transport union have threatened to further delay the state’s delivery of High Capacity Metro Trains as it ramps up a pay dispute with the company building the fleet. http://dlvr.it/RtH8N8

How Highpoint is transforming to make way for Kmart

David Jones is set to reduce the size of its Highpoint store to a single level making way for Kmart to open its first store in the centre, while the existing Target store at Highpoint will close later this year. http://dlvr.it/RtH8Md

Grollo loses $16m Eureka penthouse in fallout

Daniel Grollo has lost control of his multimillion-dollar penthouse apartment in Melbourne’s Eureka Tower which will be sold off by administrators to raise funds for out-of-pocket creditors. http://dlvr.it/RtGcpY

The Melbourne suburbs slow to get off JobSeeker

A pandemic support payment to unemployed Australians will be dumped after March as the Morrison government pushes those with “no impediments to work” to find jobs. http://dlvr.it/RtGKfC

Big bank tips sustained home price boom

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Melbourne home prices are forecast to surge 18 per cent over the next two years. http://dlvr.it/RtD4Pg

State Government to call major inquiry into Crown

The State Government will today call a major inquiry, understood to be a Royal Commission or to have similar powers, into Crown Resorts. http://dlvr.it/RtC8gp

Doctors blasted for pushing Trump drug

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A group of Melbourne doctors critical of the Andrews government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic have been hit with a “cease and desist” notice from the nation’s medical goods regulator. http://dlvr.it/RtC8gH

Fresh appeal in deadly border crash

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Police have issued a fresh appeal for witnesses after a deadly truck fire at the Victorian and South Australian border checkpoint. http://dlvr.it/RtBjDx

Replays: U18 basketball country champs finals

The 2021 Victorian Under-18 Basketball Country Championships have wrapped up after a thrilling day of finals. http://dlvr.it/RtBTns

New discovery could be holy grail of diabetes treatment

Melbourne researchers have unlocked the recipe for regenerating the insulin-producing cells that are killed off in diabetes, sparking hopes of a way for the body to heal itself from the disease. http://dlvr.it/Rt8xxr

Horror details of fatal stabbing emerge

The family of a brutally murdered Latrobe Valley teen have spoken of their heartbreak and rage after a man was charged with his death. http://dlvr.it/Rt8HZS

Horror details of fatal stabbing emerge

The family of a brutally murdered Latrobe Valley teen have spoken of their heartbreak and rage after a man was charged with his death. http://dlvr.it/Rt8HXN

V-day arrives as vaccine rollout finally begins

Victorians will line up for COVID jabs on Monday as the biggest vaccination rollout in the country’s history swings into action. http://dlvr.it/Rt7vrW

V-day arrives as vaccine rollout finally begins

Victorians will line up for COVID jabs on Monday as the biggest vaccination rollout in the country’s history swings into action. http://dlvr.it/Rt7hjz

How Brett Sutton became most powerful man in Victoria

Late last year, a subtle change was made to the way Victoria’s health directives — which can shut down the state during a pandemic — were signed off. http://dlvr.it/Rt662j

How Brett Sutton became most powerful man in Victoria

Late last year, a subtle change was made to the way Victoria’s health directives — which can shut down the state during a pandemic — were signed off. http://dlvr.it/Rt5PPB

Why vaccine won’t be mandatory for Melbourne Airport staff

Melbourne Airport will not force its staff to have a COVID jab, despite the fact one of its international departure lounges has been transformed into a vaccination hub. http://dlvr.it/Rt54sz

Doughnut day for Victoria gives authorities confidence Holiday Inn cluster 'increasingly under control'

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Health Minister Martin Foley says Victoria's coronavirus restrictions are expected to be reviewed next Friday as a lack of new cases indicates the state's health authorities are "getting on top" of the Holiday Inn coronavirus cluster. http://dlvr.it/Rt4wg7

Leaked recording reveals fire chief seeing red

Fire boss Ken Block has been caught on tape warning his top chiefs to shape up or ship out amid dissatisfaction with aspects of his organisation. http://dlvr.it/Rt4T57

Liberal staffer seeking criminal investigation over alleged rape

A Liberal staffer who was allegedly raped in Parliament House is seeking criminal charges against her alleged perpetrator, who she says should “face the full force of the law”. http://dlvr.it/Rt2XDX

‘Worst day in 16 years’: Market traders beg for customers

Queen Victoria Market traders are desperate for more customers to return amid reports some are needing to dump produce due to slow business. http://dlvr.it/Rt1d3x

Australian city voted as ‘most beautiful’

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It may have just been through its third lockdown amid the global coronavirus pandemic, but according to Instagram – Melbourne is where everyone wants to be. http://dlvr.it/Rt10kH

Mystery police caller urged to provide more information on missing Melbourne woman

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Police are trying to track down a mystery caller who provided information on the whereabouts of 33-year-old mother Ju "Kelly" Zhang, who hasn't been seen for more than two weeks. http://dlvr.it/Rt0kQl

COVID frontline workers went unpaid for weeks

Frontline workers fighting Victoria’s COVID battle went unpaid for weeks in the lead-up to the latest lockdown. http://dlvr.it/Rt0ZrM

Moomba Festival cancelled for first time in 66 years

Melbourne’s iconic Moomba festival has been cancelled for the first time in the event’s 66-year history. http://dlvr.it/RsyZ4c

Water safety warning as temperature soars

Cooped up Victorians are urged to be wary around the water as they emerge from lockdown, following a spate of horror drownings this summer. http://dlvr.it/RsxdRK

How hostie saved passengers in fiery crash

It was the kind of wet, dreary Monday morning only Melbourne could deliver when the Australian National Airways (ANA) Douglas DC-3 Kurana taxied onto the runway at Essendon Airport on November 8, 1948. http://dlvr.it/Rswzh0

Big hint this may be Victoria’s last lockdown

Further Victorian lockdowns may be avoided even if COVID-19 again escapes hotel quarantine after the lessons learned during the Holiday Inn outbreak. http://dlvr.it/RswcT1

Trades Hall used migrant centre money for politics

Union organisers running a taxpayer-funded migrant centre have admitted to misusing government grant money for political activities at state and federal elections. http://dlvr.it/RstxZT

Positive travellers wearing garbage bags for privacy not PPE

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The Victorian government is “not excessively concerned” by two new local coronavirus cases, with the premier saying the state is “well-placed” to end lockdown on Wednesday. http://dlvr.it/RstY65

'It's within the rules': Barty defends Muchová's use of medical timeout after Australian Open exit

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Ash Barty says Karolína Muchová has the right to seek treatment from medical officials, but acknowledges it as a "massive turning point" in her three-set defeat in their quarter-final. http://dlvr.it/RssdkT

Doughnut day as Victoria eyes end of lockdown

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In a positive sign for Victoria, no new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the state overnight. http://dlvr.it/Rss1HR

Reprieve for Victorians with five-day lockdown to end on time

Victoria will snap back out of its five-day lockdown at 11.59pm Wednesday, with crowds to return to the Australian Open, unless positive cases surge on Wednesday morning. http://dlvr.it/RsrdGs

Sex, lies make contact tracing road blocks

Social media footprints and even dating app histories are being used to track down people exposed to coronavirus who leave “dodgy” identification details or forget where http://dlvr.it/Rsq1Hj

Quest for answers to Tullamarine family tragedy

A coroner’s hearing will on Wednesday be held over the death of a mother and her three children in their Tullamarine home. http://dlvr.it/Rspd8k

Quest for answers to Tullamarine family tragedy

A coroner’s hearing will on Wednesday be held over the death of a mother and her three children in their Tullamarine home. http://dlvr.it/RsnjD0

Melb Uni students encouraged to go nude at camp

Melbourne University arts students have been encouraged to embrace “group nudity” on a camp due to be held in March, amid reports of a campus culture encouraging nudity, drinking and sex. http://dlvr.it/Rsn50w

Dan scores award nomination for Covid response

Daniel Andrews has been nominated above all other state premiers for a prestigious Political Leader of the Year award despite overseeing the hotel quarantine ­debacle that cost 801 Victorians their lives. http://dlvr.it/RsmkNm

Racing authorities probe serious breeding breach

Racing authorities have been asked to probe claims surrogate mares have been used to breed horses in a serious breach of the sport’s rules. http://dlvr.it/RslCPh

Victoria’s best IVF clinics revealed

Women and couples considering IVF will now be able to calculate their likelihood of falling pregnant and decide which clinic is best for them after the launch a new website. http://dlvr.it/RskrSy

Farm worker dies in explosion

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A man died in an explosion in a Melbourne suburb on Monday afternoon, officials said. http://dlvr.it/RsjylS

ScoMo expects ‘full house’ at AFL Grand Final

Between leading the nation’s COVID-19 recovery, fixing aged care and the mental health system, and handling political challenges from Victoria to Beijing, Scott Morrison says he has a “full deck” for 2021. The Prime Minister outlines his plans for the year ahead in an exclusive interview with Herald Sun national political editor Tom Minear. http://dlvr.it/RsjQ11

Victoria’s recovery lagging behind rest of the country

Victoria’s business recovery is lagging behind the rest of the country, new figures reveal. http://dlvr.it/Rsj6hh

Push for valentines to have their day

A push is on for Valentine’s Day to be celebrated again in a fortnight as the latest statewide lockdown is estimated to cost businesses up to $1 billion. http://dlvr.it/Rsh3VD

Push for valentines to have their day

A push is on for Valentine’s Day to be celebrated again in a fortnight as the latest statewide lockdown is estimated to cost businesses up to $1 billion. http://dlvr.it/Rsgq6G

Why golf balls are driving council mad

A council has been warned it could be forced to pay millions of dollars in compensation due to golf balls flying onto a busy freeway. http://dlvr.it/Rsg99j

Two local cases, more exposure sites added in city’s north

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Two new local cases of coronavirus have been revealed, with more exposure sites discovered in Melbourne’s north overnight. http://dlvr.it/RsfcB3

Jamie Durie ends stoush with lux hotel developer

Celebrated designer and TV presenter Jamie Durie has settled his breach-of-contract stoush with a Melbourne-based property developer, in which he claimed he was owed almost $1m for a “conceptual bespoke design” for a luxury hotel project in Queensland. http://dlvr.it/RsfKth

Monash students in isolation amid coronavirus scare

Staff at Monash University have been told of a possible COVID-19 positive case in the student residential halls. http://dlvr.it/Rsd6vn

Lockdown wreaks havoc on traders’ Valentine’s Day plans

There won’t be much love in the air this Valentine’s Day for traders, with a five-day lockdown coinciding with one of the busiest retail days of the year. http://dlvr.it/RscYZS

Lockdown wreaks havoc on traders’ Valentine’s Day plans

There won’t be much love in the air this Valentine’s Day for traders, with a five-day lockdown coinciding with one of the busiest retail days of the year. http://dlvr.it/RscBm3

Restrictions could stay after lockdown ends

Victoria has been plunged into a snap lockdown that could last longer than five days if a super-spreading hotel quarantine leak sparks surprise cases in the community. http://dlvr.it/Rsbf0j

UK strain created perfect storm for virus to run wild

A perfect storm saw the supercharged UK coronavirus variant escape Victoria’s hotel quarantine program with such speed contact tracers can no longer hope to catch it. http://dlvr.it/RsbH2G

Inside crisis talks that decided Victoria’s lockdown fate

On Thursday morning, Scott Morrison arrived in Melbourne for just the third time in a year. http://dlvr.it/RsYZ1d

Inside the decision to lock state down again

Victorians have been sent into another hard lockdown with official confirmation on Friday afternoon. http://dlvr.it/RsXpn5

What you can and can’t do in Victoria

Victoria has a new set of coronavirus restrictions. Here’s what you can and can’t do. http://dlvr.it/RsXPKk

Man claimed ‘slave’ was ‘living like a king’

A man accused of enslaving an Indian grandmother for eight years told an associate the woman was “living like a king”, despite having no teeth and weighing just 40 kgs, a court has heard. http://dlvr.it/RsWpYH

Bottling of AstraZeneca vax to begin in Melbourne

Life-saving vaccines will begin being bottled in Melbourne within days, as CSL works around the clock to deliver 2 million doses next month. http://dlvr.it/RsWQS4

Buddhist monk’s alleged fling sparks temple row

A row has erupted at a Melbourne Buddhist temple after its head monk was suspended for allegedly shacking up with a woman in breach of his celibacy vow. http://dlvr.it/RsTfcm

RTBU tram boss rocked by bullying allegations

A union official responsible for the state’s tram workers has been sensationally asked to resign by the RTBU over allegations of homophobic comments and harassment. http://dlvr.it/RsSsgg

West Gate Tunnel delayed by a year

Transurban has again pushed back the completion date of the problem-plagued West Gate Tunnel project, saying 2023 is no longer achievable. http://dlvr.it/RsSRBW

Coalition conference fails to mend fences

A Coalition getaway in Victoria designed to heal divisions within the party has got off to a bad start with at least two members failing to show. http://dlvr.it/RsRqh6

Big change coming to Pakenham line

Early works on a new station extending Melbourne’s busy Pakenham line will begin this year, with the Andrews Government announcing the site of the station and acquisitions that will impact six properties. http://dlvr.it/RsRShp

Police probe death of man in custody

A homicide investigation is under way after a man died in police custody. http://dlvr.it/RsPkQ8

Police probe death of man in custody

A homicide investigation is under way after a man died in police custody. http://dlvr.it/RsNw22

How towns can get a visit from the Melbourne Cup

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Last year’s Lexus Melbourne Cup Tour was largely virtual and unlike any other due to the pandemic, with regional Victorians from Donald among the lucky few who got to see the $275,000, 18-carat gold trophy in person. http://dlvr.it/RsNT71

Scary footage of siege gunmen

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New CCTV has been released in the hunt for a second gunman responsible for a five-hour siege that ended when heavily armed police dramatically stormed a Melbourne pub and found it empty. http://dlvr.it/RsMszt

School resources suffer as wealthy families gifted laptops

Classrooms have been stripped of laptops and iPads in a state government directive for schools to gift thousands of devices to students. http://dlvr.it/RsMWX5

‘No drama’: Hero dad would do it again

WARNING: Graphic image http://dlvr.it/RsKl6q

Safety fears over West Gate Tunnel site

The powerful construction union the CFMEU has hit out at a West Gate Tunnel concrete plant over safety standards following an incident that left a 20-year-old in hospital. http://dlvr.it/RsJwqW

How AI is replicating the work of the honeybee

One of nature’s hardest workers will be replaced in almond orchards across Victoria this year with the rollout of new Israeli technology that mimics honeybees’ work of collecting and distributing pollen. http://dlvr.it/RsJVQL

Mums cancelled: Barnardo’s axes award after 25 years

Children’s charity Barnardo’s has axed its Mother of The Year award after 25 years because it does not celebrate other caregivers like same sex parents and grandparents. http://dlvr.it/RsHm3W

Big problem at Caulfield station to become much worse

Caulfield railway station could ­become a super hub for commuters in Melbourne’s southeast. http://dlvr.it/RsHYFQ

Nick Kyrgios warms into Australian Open with straight-sets first-round win

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After taking some time to get going, Nick Kyrgios has found his feet quickly enough to beat Portuguese qualifier Frederico Ferreira Silva in straight sets in his Australian Open first-round match. http://dlvr.it/RsFkvr

Top execs pocket ‘thousands’ from canned Grand Prix

All eight Australian Grand Prix executives pocketed bonuses last year — the most lucrative being up to $60,000 — despite the race being cancelled at the eleventh hour. http://dlvr.it/RsF19W

Randy robbers make off with stimulating haul

Police are on the look out for two kinky crooks who made off with a headless life-size sex doll from an adult entertainment store in the early hours of Australia Day. http://dlvr.it/RsDZPK

Ever seen a psychologist? You could have trouble getting insurance

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With COVID-19 putting extreme pressure on Australians' mental health, there are concerns life and income protection policies won't cover people in need. http://dlvr.it/RsCytb

Cyclist killed in Great Ocean Road crash

A cyclist was killed after colliding with a car on the Great Ocean Road on Sunday. http://dlvr.it/RsCpsW

How brave veteran pulled off heroic water rescue

A navy veteran has told how he kept a mum and her two girls afloat for around an hour after they were washed off rocks at a remote beach. http://dlvr.it/RsBbjC

'I don't have much respect for him': Novak Djokovic is no fan of Nick Kyrgios's off-court behaviour

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The men's world number one admires Kyrgios's skill with the racquet and believes he is "good for the sport" — but that's where his respect for the Australian ends. http://dlvr.it/RsB5g4

Missing hiker found alive by police

A Dandenong boy who was became lost while hiking in the Great Otway National Park has been found. http://dlvr.it/Rs9lDL

Music icon says Australia crying out for arts funding

A homegrown music icon believes Australia has become a “dumping ground” for American theatrical productions. http://dlvr.it/Rs93sv

Music icon says Australia crying out for arts funding

A homegrown music icon believes Australia has become a “dumping ground” for American theatrical productions. http://dlvr.it/Rs91j4

Duck hunters have wings clipped

Victoria’s duck hunting season has been slashed from 12 weeks to 20 days, with the Andrews Government also introducing strict new bag limits. http://dlvr.it/Rs7kZd

Foul play fears for missing Epping mum

Police fear foul play in the case of a missing Melbourne mother. http://dlvr.it/Rs73Sp

Revealed: CCTV not on every hotel quarantine floor

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Victoria has recorded no new cases of coronavirus in the community or hotel quarantine in the past 24 hours. http://dlvr.it/Rs6q43

Lord Mayor defends attendance at ‘Invasion Day’ event

Lord Mayor Sally Capp has defended her attendance at an “Invasion Day” event and revealed that Indigenous groups will be consulted about how Australia Day should be marked in the future. http://dlvr.it/Rs5x8w

Aussie musicians ace Australian Open with pop-up gigs

Some of Australia’s best musicians will serenade fans at the Australian Open, with pop up sets to be served up at Melbourne Park from Monday. http://dlvr.it/Rs5x7W

Minister left red-faced after hotel quarantine claim

A video of Victoria’s quarantine minister confidently ruling out the possibility of infections spreading in the state’s hotel program, has surfaced days after two people contracted the virus while under the government’s watch. http://dlvr.it/Rs46CP

Minister left red-faced after hotel quarantine claim

A video of Victoria’s quarantine minister confidently ruling out the possibility of infections spreading in the state’s hotel program, has surfaced days after two people contracted the virus while under the government’s watch. http://dlvr.it/Rs3BSZ

Prison pay dispute ‘a disgrace’

PRISON officers who look after some of the state’s most dangerous criminals are threatening industrial action over what they describe as a disgraceful pay offer. http://dlvr.it/Rs2xKS

What the latest outbreak means for Aus Open crowds

The Australian Open could be played with no spectators in attendance if Victoria suffers a third wave of coronavirus lockdown. http://dlvr.it/Rs20y6

Andrews exhibiting rare restraint in outbreak approach

If, like me, you’ve struggled over the past year adjusting to life under the benevolent rule of our public health overlords, you should at least count yourself lucky you don’t live in Adelaide or Perth. http://dlvr.it/Rs20xd

Everything you need to know about Victoria’s latest outbreak

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW http://dlvr.it/Rs0B3T

How former AFL player launched Australian NFL invasion

There are more Aussie punters playing football in American football than ever before, and while former AFL stars like Ben Graham, Saverio Rocca and Darren Bennett might spring to mind as our greatest trailblazers, one lesser-known former AFL player has had far more influence on the Australian invasion. http://dlvr.it/RrzHWp

Handbag clue in luxury home invasion

A discarded handbag may hold the key to finding a female burglar who stabbed a man in his multi-million dollar home in Williamstown. http://dlvr.it/Rrz2pc

Alarming bikie recruitment trends revealed

Bikie clubs are recruiting younger men with a thirst for violence and gangs are increasingly becoming fractured with internal conflicts rife, a landmark new study into outlaw motorcycle gangs has found. http://dlvr.it/Rry5Mg

Officeworks supplier calls in administrators

One of the nation’s biggest stationery and office products suppliers has toppled into voluntary administration. http://dlvr.it/Rry5JF

Tumour scans bring new hope to cancer patients

The latest frontier in cancer treatment is seeing Melbourne doctors scanning the genetics of their patients’ tumours to shed new light in their individual disease, saving more lives in the process. http://dlvr.it/RrwFWl

Big backflip on Little Aths season go ahead

Sporty kids across Victoria are jumping for joy, after an 11th hour government permit approval allowed the Little Athletics summer season to get up and running. http://dlvr.it/RrvMjb

Teenager shot in Melbourne

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A teenager has been rushed to hospital after being shot in Melbourne’s west overnight. http://dlvr.it/Rrv72B

Taxpayer bill for Dan’s public servant army triples

The cost of fat-cat public servants has tripled in just six years, with more than twice as many executives working in the Victorian public service than when Daniel Andrews came to power. http://dlvr.it/Rrt9r8

Second phase of vaccine rollout to begin in March

The second phase of coronavirus vaccinations — covering Australians aged over 70 and about two million people with underlying conditions and disabilities — is expected to begin in late March. http://dlvr.it/Rrt9m2