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Taxpayers Hit Hard As Grand Prix Loss Jumps

31 October 2008

THE cost of staging Melbourne's Grand prix has doubled in two years, with Victorians coughing up a record $40.1 million to cover losses on this year's race... read full story

Long, Hot Summer Ahead, But No Water Cuts

29 October 2008

VICTORIA is likely to have a hotter summer than usual, but Melbourne should still avoid stage 4 water restrictions... read full story

Long, Hot Summer, But No Water Cuts

29 October 2008

VICTORIA is likely to have a hotter summer than usual, but Melbourne should still avoid stage 4 water restrictions... read full story

Murtagh Hoping To Add To His Group 1 Tally

28 October 2008

AS WITH Kieren Fallon before him, Irish jockey Johnny Murtagh arrives in Australia tomorrow to ride Melbourne Cup favourite Septimus with the well-earned reputation of being a troubled genius... read full story

Businesses Wilt Under Heat Of Bans

25 October 2008

BUSINESSES fear imminent closure, as uncertainty over Melbourne's water restrictions continues to fester... read full story

200,000 Jobs To Be Lost

19 October 2008

AT LEAST 200,000 more Australians will be out of work by the end of next year as the world financial meltdown takes hold, economic experts warn... read full story

Street Art And Graffiti Are Not The Same Thing

4 October 2008

PREMIER John Brumby's hissy fit over the inclusion of graffitied lanes in a replica of Melbourne at Disney World was so ludicrous that I had to wonder whether we needed take pity on the poor dear and write it off as a "senior moment"... read full story

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