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  1. Four rescued off Vic coast

    An air ambulance helicopter has pulled four people from the water after their boat began sinking off Victoria's coast.

  2. Federal budget: Advocates urge Government to stand by funding commitments for disabled students

    Federal budget: Advocates urge Government to stand by funding commitments for disabled students

    It is a familiar scene as the recess horn sounds at Clifton Hill Primary School in Melbourne - children pour into the corridors, grabbing goodies from enormous backpacks hanging neatly on long rows of hooks.

  3. 'I just don't care' says crash p-plater

    'I just don't care' says crash p-plater

    A texting P-plate driver who struck a cyclist and then told police she did not care about what she had done has refused to explain her careless driving, or why she was so callous.

  4. Beloved dog rescued from mine shaft

    Beloved dog rescued from mine shaft

    A beloved pet pooch has been rescued after becoming stuck 20 metres down a remote mine shaft near Ballarat.

  5. Couple escape unhurt after plane flips

    Couple escape unhurt after plane flips

    A pilot and passenger of a light plane that crashed at Bacchus Marsh have walked away unharmed after the plane flipped on landing.

  6. Digital record links Anzac to children

    A former Victorian premier says establishing a personal link to Anzac Day will help the next generation remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

  7. New home for Good Friday Appeal

    New home for Good Friday Appeal

    There will be major changes for next year's Good Friday Appeal, including a new home.

  8. Vic man accused of historic sex offences

    A Melbourne man has appeared in court charged with 48 sex offences allegedly committed in the 1970s and 1980s.

  9. Hep C class action settlement stalled

    A woman suing a Melbourne day surgery clinic after being infected with hepatitis C is stalling a settlement for the 50 victims, a court has heard.

  10. Sunshine stabbing: Man appears in court charged with murdering former partner

    Sunshine stabbing: Man appears in court charged with murdering former partner

    A woman who was stabbed to death on Wednesday had been in court just hours before with her former partner over an intervention order, a Melbourne court has heard.

  11. Sonray director jailed for dishonesty

    The founder and director of failed broking house Sonray Capital Markets has been jailed for at least three-and-a-half years for dishonesty offences.

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