MELBOURNE IS ALIVE: Notorious Montague Street Bridge Takes Another “Victim”

A satirical twitter account, Fake Yarra Trams, noted in mid-September that it had been a while since the accident-prone Montague Street Bridge in South Melbourne had taken a truck’s scalp, with the city’s roads vacant because of the lockout. Yesterday, just one day after Premier Daniel Andrews revealed a big lifting of Metropolitan Melbourne’s restrictions, … Read more

Perth ‘Pedo Hunters’ speak out after citizen’s arrest of 61-year-old

Since posing as a 14-year-old boy on the Grindr dating app, two Perth vigilantes who arrested a suspected child rapist talked exclusively to 9News about how they tricked a 61-year-old man to a park. The Armadale couple, referred to as “Perth Pedo Hunters,” captured the whole altercation and supplied the police with video evidence. The … Read more

Newborn Dies After Dog Attack

In Waikato Hospital, a newborn baby attacked by a dog in a Hamilton household has died. In the incident at around 7 p.m. on Sunday in the Hamilton suburb of Enderley, the child, understood to be just a day old, sustained serious injury. The baby was rushed by St John Ambulance to Waikato Hospital and … Read more

Hidden Detail in Iconic AFL Photo

After his Grand Final heartbreak on Saturday night, Richmond star Jack Riewoldt confirmed that Dustin Martin inspired a particular aspect of the tribute offered to Gary Ablett. After a nightmare final performance where he injured his shoulder in the first quarter and tasted the bitterness of loss on the biggest stage, Ablett, 36, walked into … Read more

10,000 Vacancies: The Aussie Companies Hiring Now

With more than 30,000 workers losing their jobs last month alone, Australia may be in the middle of the worst slump since the Great Depression, but A Current Affair has found some major Aussie businesses who are actually hunting for additional employment. Australia Post has embarked on the biggest recruiting push in its 210-year history, … Read more

Victoria Is the Envy of the World Today, but the Race Isn’t Over

If it has been like a long-haul flight for the past few months, Victorians are now standing in the aisles waiting to open the cabin door, a little groggy and disoriented, but relieved. They’ve got every right to be. No other place in the world has tamed such a large second wave. None have come … Read more