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Failure of mental health services blamed for Bourke Street carnage

Victoria's beleagured mental health system will face scrutiny from a coronial investigation into the deadly rampage in Melbourne's CBD last week, amid claims the tragedy could have been avoided if..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

United States' Bryan brothers retire from Davis Cup

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - United States grand slam doubles record holders Bob and Mike Bryan have retired from the Davis Cup after playing in the competition for almost 14 years.
Reuters Also reported by •FOX SportsNew Zealand Herald

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News video: AUS OPEN: FEDERER, MURRAY ADVANCE TO 4TH ROUND

AUS OPEN: FEDERER, MURRAY ADVANCE TO 4TH ROUND 00:32

Andy Murray and Roger Federer advanced to the 4th round of the Australian Open by putting on a masterclass show.
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News video: Murray Rolls At Aussie Open

Murray Rolls At Aussie Open 00:31

Melbourne (CNN)The day after his Australian Open nemesis exited in one of the biggest upsets in grand slam history, Andy Murray didn't suffer the same fate. With six-time champion Novak Djokovic out of..
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News video: Child among dead after car driven into pedestrians

Child among dead after car driven into pedestrians 00:58

A man deliberately drove a car into pedestrians on a busy street in Melbourne, Australia. At least three people have died, including one child.
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News video: Suspect Arrested After Car Ploughs Into Crowd in Melbourne

Suspect Arrested After Car Ploughs Into Crowd in Melbourne 00:19

A driver sped down a busy street in Melbourne, killing four people and injuring 16 others, on January 20. This video shows the vehicle after it crashed on Bourke Street and a suspect being held down by..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Melbourne Suspect Drives Erratically Outside Flinders Street Station

Melbourne Suspect Drives Erratically Outside Flinders Street Station 01:58

A driver &ldquo;deliberately&rdquo; sped down a busy street in Melbourne, killing three people and injuring 16 others, on January 20. This video shows the vehicle involved being driven..
Source: Rumble -

 

Reborn Melbourne Star Rob Quiney should be in frame for Australian recall: David Hussey

Melbourne Stars skipper David Hussey says national selectors should consider reborn slugger Bob Quiney for a surprise international call-up for next month's Twenty20 campaign against Sri Lanka.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Oh brother! Siblings make for good companions at Australian Open

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The life of a professional tennis player can be a lonely existence so, for the likes of the Bryan brothers, having a sibling along for the ride as you hit a new city every week..
SBS Also reported by •Reuters

Matthew Dellavedova, tennis player? Nope, it's his cousin

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) " Basketball fans may have done a double take upon seeing the Australian Open schedule on Sunday: Matthew Dellavedova was playing his first-round match on Court 7.It wasn't..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •FOX Sports

Venus Williams reaches quarterfinals at Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Venus Williams has returned to the quarterfinals for the ninth time at the Australian Open, where she first made the last eight on debut in 1998.
FOX Sports Also reported by •S.China Morning Post

Venus downs Barthel to reach quarter-final at Melbourne Park

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Venus Williams continued to turn back the clock with a 6-3 7-5 victory over Germany's Mona Barthel in the fourth round of the Australian Open on Sunday and set up a quarter-final..
SBS Also reported by •Reuters

The benefits of not drinking: How a musician and tradie gave up alcohol for a year

the benefits of not drinking: how a musician and tradie gave up alcohol for a year
• Nelson Dore is a musician and front man of the band Napier. He works as an apprentice electrician and lives in Melbourne At 12.01am on January 1, 2017, I had my first beer after an entire year of..
New Zealand Herald

The Latest: Venus Williams advances to quarterfinals

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) The Latest from the Australian Open on Sunday (all times local):
FOX Sports

AusOpen: Venus Williams downs Mona Barthel to reach quarter-final

Venus Williams continued to turn back the clock with a 6-3 7-5 victory over Germany's Mona Barthel in the fourth round of the Australian Open on Sunday and set up a quarter-final against Russia's..
DNA

Venus into ninth Aussie Open quarter-final

Former world No.1 and seven-times grand slam champion Venus Williams has advanced to her ninth Australian Open quarter-final at Melbourne Park.
SBS

Australian Open Day 7: Live streaming and where to watch in India

Watch Roger Federer, Venus Williams, Andy Murray, Kerber, Muguruza, and others in action at Melbourne Park
DNA

Melbourne United offence must get better following shock NBL loss to Brisbane Bullets

Melbourne United coach Dean Demopoulos admits his side's offence has to get better if it is to make the NBL finals.
Brisbane Times


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