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Deaths prompt aged care flu warning
 Victoria  
Sick? Victoria's acting chief health officer wants you to stay clear of aged care facilities.
‘Who the hell makes sketch comedy anymore?’
 Entertainment  
D-Generation’s Michael Veitch on the changing face of Australian comedy... and his new play.
YouTuber puts sunglasses on the Sun
 World  
Backyard scientist does in real life what clipart creators have been doing for years: put sunglasses on the Sun.
When to see Steamrail’s first Snow Train of 2017
 Baw Baw News   CCFP News   South East Melbourne news  
Steamrail Victoria's first Snow Train for 2017 has flown through Melbourne's outer east and West Gippsland on its journey to Traralgon, and will return to Melbourne tonight.
UK elects hung parliament
 World  
With just five seats left to declare and no party able to achieve a majority, it is clear the United Kingdom has today elected a hung parliament.
Is this the most resilliant umpire in the AFL?
 AFL  
We're impressed, albeit rather concerned!
Bond actor Roger Moore dies aged 89
 World  
British actor Roger Moore, most famous for his film acting role as James Bond, has died from cancer at age 89.
Measles alert after unvaccinated child flies to Melbourne
 Victoria  
Passengers of a Jakarta to Melbourne flight are being warned they could have been exposed to the highly infectious measles virus.
New cancer compensation rights for Victorian firefighters
 Victorian Politics  
Firefighters in Victoria will not have to prove their fire rescue work was responsible for certain cancers if the state government successfully passes new legislation.
Victorian CFA could split, become volunteer-only
 Victorian Politics  
Victoria’s state government is looking to make big changes to the CFA, including splitting career firefighters from the group to form new organisation Fire Rescue Victoria.
Killer mushrooms: Victorians warned of new outbreak
 Victoria  
Victoria's Chief Health Officer has warned Victorians to steer clear of suspicious mushrooms after an outbreak of poisonous varieties.
Want to see Snow Train 2016’s second coming? Here’s when to hit the tracks
 Victoria  
Steamrail’s Snow Train ran for the first time in 2016 last month, and you could almost be forgiven for giving spotting it a miss – the weather was freezing!
Victorian government ‘has absolutely failed to plan’ for coal’s decline: Greens
 Victorian Politics  
THE VICTORIAN state government “has absolutely failed to plan for the phase-out from brown coal,” according to state Greens MP Ellen Sandell.
Marriage equality plebiscite ‘will hurt people’: Andrews
 Australian Politics  
A PLEBISCITE on marriage equality would be “one final insult” to those seeking reform, according to Victorian premier Daniel Andrews.
Open House Melbourne to expose Port Phillip
 Port Phillip News  
Ever wondered what lies behind the doors of the Esplanade Vaults? Or what the Eildon Mansion is like inside? Well, your chance to stickybeak is nigh.
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