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Treatment options wider if prostate cancer found early

Frank Dann was a few days out from celebrating his 65th birthday when he was hit with a huge health shock. The Melbourne resident was diagnosed with prostate cancer after …

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Police in Victoria pause industrial action

Police officers in Victoria have called off industrial action after a breakthrough in negotiations with the force. Over the past month, officers have been participating in 19 work bans including …

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Vic debt up $6 billion in 6 months, heading to $177.8b

Victoria’s net debt prediction has jumped by more than $6 billion in six months and is now expected to reach $177.8b by 2027. The state government attributes that to infrastructure …

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Culture of fear in Victoria’s public service exposed

THE INVESTIGATION * The Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass investigated claims of alleged politicisation of the public sector after the upper house passed a motion asking for the inquiry, pushed by …

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Strong competition as Vic economy ranked nation’s best

Victoria now has the best performing economy in the nation while momentum is building in the west. That’s according to the latest State of the States report from CommSec, which …

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‘No’ campaigners confident referendum will not pass

High-profile ‘no’ campaigners who oppose a voice to parliament are confident the referendum will fail and have called for unity after the vote and greater action to assist Indigenous people. …

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Jacinta Allan to replace Andrews as Victorian premier

Jacinta Allan is the new premier-elect of Victoria. Ms Allan ran for leader of the Victorian Labor Party at a caucus meeting on Wednesday after Daniel Andrews’ shock resignation less …

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Residents rescued from suspicious apartment block blaze

Residents trapped inside a burning Melbourne care facility have been rescued, with the blaze regarded as suspicious. Many made panicked phone calls to triple zero just before 10pm on Sunday …

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Australian first biobank to fight childhood diseases

It’s hoped affordable new treatments will be created to help fight childhood genetic muscle diseases following the establishment of an Australian first biobank. The National Muscle Disease Bio-databank will be …

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Bid to lure in new audiences for Melbourne Fashion Week

The Shrine of Remembrance will host a Melbourne Fashion Week exhibition and iconic new venues have been added to the program in a bid to draw in a new audience. …

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