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News – 28 Oct, 2011
ASIC has revealed that there is an estimated $636 million unclaimed in bank accounts.
News – 27 Oct, 2011
The GoTo Foundation rode all the way from Melbourne to Adelaide in the name of charity.
Victorian premier Ted Baillieu has cracked down on illegal puppy farms.
A new government scheme which aims to tackle youth unemployment and boost the farming sector by leasing plots of state land to young or unemployed farmers at a cheap rate is under
News – 26 Oct, 2011
Unit rents are creeping higher and in most capital cities prices are almost as expensive as houses.
La Mirage, an old hotel in a rundown part of Athens near Omonia Square, is to be transformed into accommodation for students.
A visit from Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh sent Melbourne into a frenzy earlier today.
It was a battle of the pollies versus the Olympians in a friendly tennis match in Adelaide on Tuesday to mark the Federal Government’s commitment to a National Disability Insurance
News – 25 Oct, 2011
The Reserve Bank’s latest minutes suggest inflationary pressures have eased, leaving the door open for a Melbourne Cup Day rate cut.
Neos Kosmos talks to Inspector Grame Sprague about policing in Oakleigh and how the Victoria Police are fighting crime in the community.