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New dad Ed Sheeran’s Good Friday Appeal plea

Pop titan Ed Sheeran has thrown has superstar support behind the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal. http://dlvr.it/RwkTqD

JobKeeper blamed as Virgin stands down hundreds

Hundreds of Virgin Australia ground workers have been stood down by the airline with the aviation industry ‘teetering on the brink’ just days after the end of JobKeeper. http://dlvr.it/Rwjfht

$4m after hours school care boost

Victorians going back into the workforce will be able to ensure their children are cared for, with millions being injected into outside school hours care services. http://dlvr.it/RwhzTG

Push for new ‘grab and drag’ laws

Pressure is ramping up to create new “grab and drag” laws amid statistics that show less than five per cent of people are convicted on similar offences. http://dlvr.it/RwhW9B

Hysterical Covid response keeping our recovery in tatters

What a shambolic mess we’ve created in Australia by allowing public health officials and gutless politicians to adopt an unofficial eradication strategy against a virus that will never be fully eradicated, even after most of us are vaccinated. http://dlvr.it/Rwggl9

Jam Factory set for $1.4 billion makeover

South Yarra landmark the Jam Factory is to be redeveloped into a hotel, entertainment and luxury living complex under a $1.4 billion plan. http://dlvr.it/RwfktZ

Doncaster East teacher sent girl lewd Snapchat

A primary school teacher caught in an international sting for sending lewd images to a young girl in America has pleaded guilty. http://dlvr.it/RwdwJq

Bin police taking pictures of your rubbish

Rubbish recyclers will be banned, fined up to $660 and forced to undergo education sessions by a Melbourne council cracking down on bin breaches. http://dlvr.it/RwdF5B

Union calls in lawyers against Labor

An internal brawl within the Australian Labor Party has reared its head before the party’s national conference, with lawyers for the Health Workers Union threatening to derail the event. http://dlvr.it/Rwcnqc

Why a Qantas drinks trolley means the world to me

I cannot begin to tell you how comforting it is to see air travel starting to return, domestically, at least. As a touring comic and presenter, half my life is spent in airport lounges and on planes – often flying Melbourne to Sydney several times a week. The perfect length flight for a quick power nap. http://dlvr.it/RwbyrC

Morrison’s reshuffle must remedy blind spot

In the days after October’s budget, senior figures in the Morrison government were baffled at the criticism that it had failed women. http://dlvr.it/RwZwDM

Polls not dire for PM as long as Albo is around

So, the Coalition improved its primary vote and Scott Morrison has a 20 point advantage as preferred prime minister after a fortnight of relentlessly poor coverage from a nakedly partisan media obsessed with one issue. http://dlvr.it/RwZHMH

Christmas donations doomed Fitzroy priest

Parish priest Harold Cecil knew his little vicarage, where he lived alone, was a magnet for burglars. http://dlvr.it/RwYfk9

Stereosonic founder in squabble over Toorak home

A battle has erupted between a small Melbourne architecture firm and veteran music promoter Richie McNeill over work completed at his Toorak pad. http://dlvr.it/RwYHp0

Forced acquisitions leave families, businesses in turmoil

Families and business owners forced to sell their properties to make way for the $15.8 billion North East Link say the past three years has been “mental torture”. http://dlvr.it/RwXjdD

Why now is not a good time to be a white male

This is not a good time to be a white male in Australia. Not when the most fashionable people — even teachers — are now racist and sexist. http://dlvr.it/RwX32z

Desperate search for vanished fisherman

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A desperate water search is underway for a fisherman who was washed off the rocks in regional Victoria. http://dlvr.it/RwWcwp

Aussie sisters turn boobs into $10m business

Boobs have turned into big business for Melbourne sisters Bianca and Bridgett Roccisano who have created the world’s cheapest and quickest breast lift. http://dlvr.it/RwW6Mg

Victoria’s regional footy leagues rated

Closed down by COVID-19 in 2020, country football is ready to kick back into action and is counting down to the bounce of the ball for 2021, officials say. http://dlvr.it/RwVlcq

‘Dangerous’ gunmen on the loose after Corio shooting

The occupants of a car that stopped at the scene of a horror crash in Corio to shoot a man after he crashed into a delivery truck are still on the loose and “very dangerous”, police say. http://dlvr.it/RwV6vn

‘Dangerous’ gunmen on the loose after Corio shooting

The occupants of a car that stopped at the scene of a horror crash in Corio to shoot a man after he crashed into a delivery truck are still on the loose and “very dangerous”, police say. http://dlvr.it/RwTP0M

Herald Sun coverage shines at Quill Awards

The Herald Sun’s outstanding news and sport coverage has again been reinforced at the annual Melbourne Press Club’s Quill Awards. http://dlvr.it/RwSwFz

Victorian MPs detail sexual harassment horrors

Victorian female MPs have revealed being sexually harassed inside the state parliament prompting calls for the urgent introduction of a code of conduct to protect members. http://dlvr.it/RwSM2c

Herald Sun coverage shines at Quill Awards

The Herald Sun’s outstanding news and sport coverage has again been reinforced at the annual Melbourne Press Club’s Quill Awards. http://dlvr.it/RwRxXh

Tradies warned they face $600m bill for court action

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Telstra subcontractors taking part in a class action against an outsourcing company have been warned they will be chased for $642 million if they win their court case. http://dlvr.it/RwQx0Z

St Kevin’s teacher ‘denies’ sex charge

A former teacher at a prestigious Melbourne private school denies sexually touching teenagers under his care. http://dlvr.it/RwPzvx

Tradies warned they face $600m bill for court action

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Telstra subcontractors taking part in a class action against an outsourcing company have been warned they will be chased for $642 million if they win their court case. http://dlvr.it/RwPN8r

Huge traffic delays due to protests

Climate activists caused traffic chaos on Friday, closing part of a busy freeway in a standoff with police on Friday morning. http://dlvr.it/RwNj7v

Two fighting for life after fight at campground

Two people are fighting for life and a man has been arrested after an altercation at a camp ground on the Victorian/NSW border. http://dlvr.it/RwNFpk

Bumper crowd puts strain on MCG’s ticketing system

A bumper crowd put the MCG’s new contactless ticketing system to the test as AFL fans flowed through the gates on Thursday night. http://dlvr.it/RwMBqD

Sacked St Kevin’s coach pursuing unfair dismissal claim

Sacked former St Kevin’s College head swimming coach Gene Jackson is pursuing an unfair dismissal claim against the school. http://dlvr.it/RwLDx5

No room for failure in third shot at hotel quarantine

They say third time’s a charm. http://dlvr.it/RwKcpT

International flights into Victoria to resume

Victoria’s hotel quarantine program will be tested once more with international flights into Melbourne set to resume. http://dlvr.it/RwJyGM

Shock videos capture schools’ ‘fight club’ culture

Sickening social media pages are calling on school pupils in Melbourne’s west to upload footage of brawls. http://dlvr.it/RwJSWm

‘I’m a vegan’: Far-right extremist’s bizarre defence

Far-right extremist Neil Erikson shouted “I’m a vegan” in a bizarre defence to his arrest for crashing a sacred Muslim event in Melbourne. http://dlvr.it/RwHQ0Y

Crowds attend crisis talks over Richmond injecting room

A packed crowd has turned up for a community meeting at the All Nation’s Hotel as fed-up residents meet to discuss Richmond’s controversial safe injecting room. http://dlvr.it/RwGNkf

Push to rename iconic Aussie ice cream

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There are calls to change the name of the renowned Golden Gaytime amid concerns it is offensive to Australia’s gay community. http://dlvr.it/RwFp5s

Person seen fleeing as house burns

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A person has been seen fleeing a suspicious house fire in Melbourne’s west overnight. http://dlvr.it/RwF7QP

PM sorry for ‘weaponising’ false harassment claim

Scott Morrison late on Tuesday night apologised for “weaponising” an incorrect rumour of harassment to defend himself, saying he owes it to women to do better. http://dlvr.it/RwDf5h

PM just let down sexual assault survivors like me

I was first sexually harassed when I was 11 years old. http://dlvr.it/RwCbJt

Inventive idea could see overseas students return

The push to get international students back to Victoria has been backed by Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp who is proposing a trial program including a charter flight and small numbers in quarantine. http://dlvr.it/RwBbHC

Spare us, ScoMo — you’re part of the problem

It’s easy for Prime Minister Morrison to say that women “have been putting up with this crap all their lives” when he and his staff are part of the “crap”. http://dlvr.it/RwB0YR

Wild wind and rain set to lash Victoria

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A flood warning has been issued for Victoria’s east coast as a low pressure system moves south from New South Wales. http://dlvr.it/Rw9LhB

Metro Tunnel dig’s major stride ahead

Digging on the Metro Tunnel has now moved beneath the Yarra River, with a massive tunnel boring machine 12m below the bottom of the river. http://dlvr.it/Rw8t2s

Metro Tunnel dig’s major stride ahead

Digging on the Metro Tunnel has now moved beneath the Yarra River, with a massive tunnel boring machine 12m below the bottom of the river. http://dlvr.it/Rw7qJM

Girls’ school issues warning after student’s horror encounter

A private school in inner Melbourne has issued a warning after a Mercedes driving man allegedly tried to coerce one of its students into his car. http://dlvr.it/Rw6qzN

Terrifying carjacking, thug on run

A man was dragged from his Audi and thrown to the ground in a vicious carjacking in Melbourne’s north. http://dlvr.it/Rw6GcC

Public servants rake in $100m in bonuses despite recession

Public servants have been paid almost $100m in bonuses even as the federal government urged restraint and moved to freeze their pay during the pandemic. http://dlvr.it/Rw5fWY

Public servants rake in $100m in bonuses despite recession

Public servants have been paid almost $100m in bonuses even as the federal government urged restraint and moved to freeze their pay during the pandemic. http://dlvr.it/Rw5GkL

Inside the RCH Burns Clinic’s amazing work

In the blink of an eye the damage was done. http://dlvr.it/Rw4Yc5

Woman mauled in vicious dog attack

A woman has been taken to hospital after a vicious dog attack in northeast Victoria early on Saturday morning. http://dlvr.it/Rw3wKY

Could Kennett be plotting Liberal Party comeback?

That the embattled Liberal Party needs help getting its mojo back is beyond dispute. http://dlvr.it/Rw3WvN

Police seek to deradicalise violent extremists

Right-wing radicals are being put through a new ­deradicalisation program amid rising fears of violent extremism in Victoria. http://dlvr.it/Rw31Nr

Melbourne councils slammed for junket splurge

Two Melbourne councils have been slammed by Ratepayers Victoria for spending thousands of dollars on junkets at lavish resorts. http://dlvr.it/Rw2fRR

Australia has a shortage of people willing to work

I don’t often find myself agreeing with Labor MPs but what was the Liberal majority on the parliamentary migration committee thinking when they recommended filling scarce flights to Australia (and taking up quarantine spots) with migrants when the rest of us can’t travel and there are still 1.3 million local workers on welfare? http://dlvr.it/Rw1tqK

Inside Mongols’ dramatic ride to bikie clubhouse

Mongols bikies have turned out in a dramatic show of force on a ride to their Port Melbourne clubhouse. http://dlvr.it/Rw1686

Woman mauled in suspected dog attack

A woman has been taken to hospital following a suspected dog attack in northeast Victoria overnight. http://dlvr.it/Rw0p6T

Neighbours shamed over ‘nightmare sexcapades’

Sometimes, forming a relationship with new neighbours can be more delicate an art-form than aiming for peace in the Middle East. http://dlvr.it/Rw0CtM

Medibank chief: ‘As men we must call out sexism’

We have a problem. http://dlvr.it/RvzlMy

Major school sports competition falls victim to pandemic

Thousands of pupils will miss out on taking part in one of the biggest national sporting events after it was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns. http://dlvr.it/RvykB7

New hearings into V/Line and Metro

Victoria’s corruption watchdog will resume public hearings over allegations of serious misconduct in the state’s public transport sector. http://dlvr.it/Rvxc1s

Australia’s ultimate designer homes that’ll make your jaw drop

These are the best of the best, the grandest of the grand — Australia’s ultimate designer homes. http://dlvr.it/RvxDG7

Families in fear of injecting room

Parents of pupils at a school near Richmond’s controversial injecting room were told not to use the main entrance on Thursday after a dead body was found outside. http://dlvr.it/RvwVcr

Breust selling premiership pad

Triple AFL premiership player Luke Breust is selling the Bentleigh East townhouse he called home for all three flags. http://dlvr.it/Rvw3Ct

Jobs saved as Portland smelter get its lifeline

The future of Victoria’s Portland aluminium smelter has been secured after a long awaited electricity supply deal was struck with the nation’s biggest energy retailers, saving 500 jobs and bringing an end to looming fears the facility would be axed. http://dlvr.it/Rvtxl8

Tarren’s run for her life

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Dual Olympian Tarren Otte says the lifesaving medical care she received as a child has motivated her to take part in the Herald Sun Transurban Run for the Kids. http://dlvr.it/Rvslqb

Topless man seen before body found

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Neighbours of a man found dead in a Melton home have reported seeing a topless man acting suspiciously prior to the murder. http://dlvr.it/RvsMTG

Embryos grown from skin in Australian world-first

Living models of human embryos have been grown from skin cells by Melbourne scientists in a breakthrough set to revolutionise medical science. http://dlvr.it/RvrcZz

Embryos grown from skin in Melbourne world first

Living models of human embryos have been grown from skin cells by Melbourne scientists in a breakthrough set to revolutionise medical science. http://dlvr.it/Rvr89b

Greens eye major law reform to keep kids out of prison

The minimum age of criminal responsibility would be lifted under legislation to be put to parliament. http://dlvr.it/Rvq3LP

Wesley students slammed for ‘highly offensive’ comments

Students from one of Melbourne’s most elite co-ed schools made derogatory comments about women on public transport on Monday. http://dlvr.it/Rvns7b

17,000 parking fines to be paid back

More than 17,000 parking fines could be thrown out after more Victorian councils have been identified as acting illegally when they outsourced internal reviews of infringements. http://dlvr.it/RvnSLC

Victorian GP clinics where you can book COVID jab

Six million Aussies from today will be able to make an appointment to get a COVID-19 vaccine from a general practitioner as the next stage of the rollout begins. http://dlvr.it/RvmjdX

Victorian GP clinics where you can book your COVID jab

Six million Aussies from today will be able to make an appointment to get a COVID-19 vaccine from a general practitioner as the next stage of the rollout begins. http://dlvr.it/RvmGRV

Melbourne in danger of losing reputation as live music capital

OPERATORS behind iconic venues Corner Hotel, Forum Theatre, Cherry Bar and The Curtin say Melbourne’s reputation as the world’s live music capital is on the verge of collapse. http://dlvr.it/RvlBDN

Top of town billionaire linked to Brighton superyacht

A Brighton Grammar old boy has emerged as a not so secret billionaire who was last aboard a superyacht anchored in Brighton that has got Melbourne talking. http://dlvr.it/Rvjy6t

Website issues during ticket frenzy

Club members have raced to snap up seats to AFL round 1 matches, with the logjam sparking a surge of complaints about ticketing websites. http://dlvr.it/RvjdTx

O’Brien retains leadership as attempted coup tanks

Embattled state opposition leader Michael O’Brien has retained the Liberal Party leadership, with a spill motion to put him failing to secure enough votes. http://dlvr.it/Rvhvmy

Brett Sutton: ‘I felt awful as a father’

Victoria’s chief health officer Brett Sutton has revealed he “felt awful as a father” as he put his job ahead of his family during last year’s COVID-19 crisis in Victoria. http://dlvr.it/RvhTmp

Wall collapses at exclusive Canterbury school

A wall has collapsed at a state high school which has been seeking urgent upgrades to its facilities for years. http://dlvr.it/RvgPxM

Parents push for open space for Albert Park College

Parents of students at a cramped inner-city school are appealing to have full access to a local park. http://dlvr.it/RvfCnq

Higgins was not alone: Ex-Labor staffer

Former Labor staffer Jamila Rizvi has paid tribute to Brittany Higgins’ bravery in a powerful speech at Melbourne’s March 4 Justice rally. http://dlvr.it/RvdvcX

Lib leadership rumbles getting louder

Has a Liberal MP been meeting with Melbourne powerbrokers in a bid to drum up support for a tilt at the leadership? http://dlvr.it/RvdFlF

Australia’s new vaccine rollout plan revealed

All Australians aged over 50 will be able to receive a COVID-19 vaccination from June, according to detailed new plans for the rollout released by the federal government. http://dlvr.it/RvcxSs

Cap on footy crowds ‘absurd’

Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett wants 100,000 fans at this week’s AFL season opener at the MCG as health experts back a push for bigger crowds at the footy. http://dlvr.it/RvcCtF

Capp calls for JobKeeper payments to be extended

The Melbourne Lord Mayor has called for JobKeeper payments to be extended beyond the end of the month and 100 per cent of workers be ordered back to their offices in a bid to rejuvenate the CBD. http://dlvr.it/RvbNK8

'I'd rather spend 200k on golf lessons': Brandon Smith rejects claim he's trying to buy early Storm exit

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Brandon Smith has been open about wanting to be a starting hooker, but says reports he is willing to pay six figures to get out of his Storm contract are not accurate. http://dlvr.it/RvbC2X

Sunday Herald Sun the most read newspaper in Australia

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The Sunday Herald Sun is the most read newspaper in Australia. http://dlvr.it/RvZdh8

Man who wed 12-year-old cousin could be allowed into Victoria

A Lebanese man who married his 12-year-old cousin and fathered two children with her before she was 16 could be allowed into Australia. http://dlvr.it/RvZJzq

Teenage basketball star slapped with 78-week ban

A rising junior basketball star says he has been left devastated after being slapped with an almost 18-month suspension by the league’s peak association. http://dlvr.it/RvYZfp

Andrews facing ‘long journey’ in rehab from fall

Premier Daniel Andrews will not undergo surgery but is up for a lengthy recovery period following a fall earlier this week. http://dlvr.it/RvXkYX

Landslide danger warning for Surf Coast beach

Surf Coast residents have been warned of a potential landslide at a beach in Anglesea. http://dlvr.it/RvXK5w

Healesville camper killed by falling branch

A man has died after a tree branch fell on his tent at a Healesville caravan park. http://dlvr.it/RvWtv2

Horse-racing Ponzi victims search for their missing millions

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After the kingpin of a gambling syndicate scam pleaded guilty, there were nearly 2,000 victims across Victoria left desperate to know where their money went. Could the middlemen have the answers? http://dlvr.it/RvWNzJ

Teenager allegedly set upon in sickening skatepark attack

A young man was “extremely lucky” to walk away from a sickening daylight attack with just minor injuries. http://dlvr.it/RvVQvz

Mega cost of Victoria’s hotel quarantine uncovered

Victoria’s hotel quarantine program is costing more than $1 million a day to run, it has been revealed. http://dlvr.it/RvTD25

Fire crews contain huge Preston factory blaze

More than 70 firefighters have contained a factory blaze that broke out on High St in Preston on Friday morning. http://dlvr.it/RvSVDb

Neville on Queensland escape during sick leave

Police Minister Lisa Neville has been snapped in Port Douglas as she recuperates from a chronic health condition. http://dlvr.it/RvSCsT

Melbourne landmarks to be turned into vaccination hubs

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Mass COVID-19 vaccination centres will be set up in the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and the Royal Exhibition Building in the coming weeks. http://dlvr.it/RvRgWL

Inside Boost founder’s ultra-luxe Toorak mansion

A week after listing more than $30m in high-end homes around Victoria, Boost Juice founder Janine Allis has revealed the luxurious lifestyle on offer within them. http://dlvr.it/RvQhCY

New development in Dani Laidley court saga

A former AFL star’s court drama is one step closer to being over after she complied with all conditions ordered by a magistrate after being hit with a drug charge. http://dlvr.it/RvPT2X

O’Connell still king of FM breakfast

Radio host Christian O’Connell has marked a sixth consecutive ratings survey as FM’s number one breakfast show. http://dlvr.it/RvNmT8

Rejected burglar jumped counter to bash worker

Police hope CCTV footage will help them find the man who allegedly bashed a restaurant worker during an aggravated burglary last month. http://dlvr.it/RvNVFM

Victorians’ half-price flights to holiday hot spots

Victorians will be able to buy half-price flights to ten domestic holiday destinations in a $1.2bn federal government package to keep the tourism industry afloat while the overseas border remains closed. http://dlvr.it/RvMxx9

How you can get $200 Melbourne travel voucher

About 40,000 travel vouchers to spend on Melbourne hospitality and accommodation businesses will be up for grabs on Friday morning. http://dlvr.it/RvLKqW

Protesters target ailing Andrews’ office

Police are bracing for more political protest action in Melbourne’s CBD. http://dlvr.it/RvKkd6

Yallourn power station to shut down early

Victoria’s Yallourn coal-fired power station will shut down four years earlier than expected in 2028. http://dlvr.it/RvJzrz

Freeway crashes spark peak-hour chaos

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City-bound drivers have been urged to take alternative routes on Wednesday morning with delays on both the Hume and Monash Freeway. http://dlvr.it/RvJhRg

Thousands of vaccines going to waste each week

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Thousands of Pfizer vaccines that could be in the arms of Australians are instead sitting in freezers, as states agree not to publish how many available jabs they don’t use each week. http://dlvr.it/RvJ8ry

Compo on the cards in Indigenous injustices inquiry

Aboriginal Victorians could be paid financial compensation from taxpayers for past injustices, as part of a “truth-telling” inquiry. http://dlvr.it/RvGWS0

Tuck death probe to examine concussion rules

AFL concussion rules will be scrutinised as part of an investigation into the death of footballer Shane Tuck. http://dlvr.it/RvFvmQ

Inquiry to probe Indigenous trauma

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A ‘historic’ truth telling will pave the way for helping the wider community understand intergenerational trauma faced by Indigenous Australians, according to a Victorian indigenous leader. http://dlvr.it/RvF98S

Moment drive-by shooter opens fire

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A car dashcam has captured the moment three men are sent ducking for cover as a drive-by shooter opens fire in Melbourne’s north. http://dlvr.it/RvDsRD

Billion-dollar plan to get apprentices to work

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Thousands of businesses will soon be able to hire new apprentices as the federal government chips in half of their wages as part of a $1.2bn scheme. http://dlvr.it/RvDKmc

Abletts in hospital dash after son’s health scare

Jordan Ablett has revealed her son Levi suffered a recent health scare that ended in a dash to the emergency room. http://dlvr.it/RvBm94

Why Pauline’s got her eyes on Dan

Is Premier Daniel Andrews in danger of losing his seat with help from Pauline Hanson? http://dlvr.it/RvB963

Vital clue found near where missing campers vanished

A drone has been found in the search zone for missing campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay. http://dlvr.it/Rv9QjL

Herald Sun reinforces status as state’s top news brand

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The Herald Sun has capped a remarkable year of agenda-setting journalism, with a surge in readership across all days of the week, combined with the biggest online audience growth among Australia’s top 10 websites and record digital subscriptions. http://dlvr.it/Rv9Cw1

Huge Labour Hire Authority backlog revealed

Victoria’s Labour Hire Authority has a backlog of more than 1600 applications well over a year since the state’s licensing scheme first began. http://dlvr.it/Rv8n9B

Sporting legend found dead on rural property

An Australian sporting identity and police charity founder has died following a tragic accident at his rural property in northern Victoria. http://dlvr.it/Rv7mPB

Horror crash pushed car into oncoming traffic

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A driver is fighting for life after a crash sent him into oncoming traffic in Kew. http://dlvr.it/Rv7MJS

Four road deaths in long weekend carnage

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A man has died after his car reportedly rolled in a crash near Horsham overnight, bringing this weekend’s road toll to four. http://dlvr.it/Rv6ldM

Wyndham nation’s HomeBuilder capital

More than $50m in federal cash is expected to be spent helping build houses for Wyndham families after it was revealed as the nation’s HomeBuilder capital. http://dlvr.it/Rv6Z76

Grandsons of ‘second shearer’ see masterpiece in the flesh

Graham Wise didn’t know his grandfather. But he gazes upon him daily, in his lounge room, in his print of a painting that is a national treasure. http://dlvr.it/Rv66lF

Grandsons of ‘second shearer’ see masterpiece in the flesh

Graham Wise didn’t know his grandfather. But he gazes upon him daily, in his lounge room, in his print of a painting that is a national treasure. http://dlvr.it/Rv53R1

Pedestrians dice with death on Melbourne’s train tracks

Trespassing on Melbourne’s rail network has surged 40 per cent over the past five years, amid concern about senseless losses of life. http://dlvr.it/Rv4cw0

Murder suspect a prude with secret taste for porn, prostitutes

Investigators interviewed more than 2000 people and took 11,000 pages of notes in the years after women’s bodies were found in the bush at Tynong North in 1980. http://dlvr.it/Rv3x2k

Rideshare drivers free to hit roads despite police alerts

Nearly 3000 rideshare drivers and driving instructors may have been illegally ­driving with a criminal record for years after a massive bungle by the agency in charge ­of commercial ­passenger ­vehicles. http://dlvr.it/Rv3jCt

Why you should list your home now

Victorian homeowners are keen to make the most of red hot selling conditions — but many are being held back by fears they won’t be able to find a new place to live. http://dlvr.it/Rv36CF