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13-year-old arrested over cabbie attack
A 13-YEAR-OLD is among four teenagers arrested over the bashing of a cabbie this morning.(image) (image)

Monster bull shark snared at tourist spot
A PHOTO of huge bull shark caught near Lake Macquarie in New South Wales has created a social media storm.(image) (image)

Flash floods swamp Geelong region
HOMES were damaged and drivers trapped in their cars as flash flooding wreaked havoc in the Geelong area last night.(image) (image)

‘Greatest ever rorter’ is about to cop it
VICTORIA’S disgraced former deputy speaker Don Nardella will be forced to repay almost $100,000 he claimed in parliamentary allowances “whether he likes it or not”, the premier has announced.(image) (image)

Schools have appetite to help feed others
MELBOURNE schools have been urged to help collect 10 tonnes of rice and pasta to help feed struggling families.(image) (image)

Peak hour chaos cleared after crash
UPDATE: DELAYS which plagued the Werribee line during peak hour after a truck crashed into the notorious Napier St bridge have cleared.(image) (image)

MP rorter told repay $100,000 or else
DISGRACED Melton MP Don Nardella will be forced to repay the almost $100,000 he claimed for living in an Ocean Grove cabin.(image) (image)

Trengove cleared after late-night bar incident
PORT Adelaide ruckman Jackson Trengove’s decision to help a friend in a scuffle outside an Adelaide club has left him with a black eye, but no case to answer to police nor his AFL club.(image) (image)

‘I will never forget the pain’
FRIENDS, witnesses, and total strangers have been moved to dig deep and donate to the family the four-year-old boy killed by an out-of-control car in Melbourne last week.(image) (image)

Security tight as Diggers honoured
VICTORIANS have paid tribute to their war heroes at a rain soaked parade.(image) (image)