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Whitney Harris November 30, 2010 TWO teenage boys will stand trial in the Supreme Court over the fatal Black Saturday fire that ripped through Bendigo on February 7 last year. The boys, now aged 15 and 16, are charged with starting the Bracewell
Bob Stensholt Stensholt's 11 years in Parliament is essentially the story of Labor's reign. He won Jeff Kennett's seat of Burwood at a byelection after the former premier resigned in 1999 and suffered a massive 9.5 per cent swing at Saturday's
Story continues below Bulleen (5-2) and Dandenong (7-3) each enjoyed a win over slumping injury-hit Sydney (4-7). West Coast (4-5), who continued their resurgence with a 66-64 home victory over Townsville (3-6). Bulleen, who notched their fifth
Story continues below The coalition's primary support is up one point since October to 44 per cent (compared with 39.6 per cent at the 2006 election. The Greens' primary vote has risen to 14 per cent, steady since October and four points ahead of its
Reid Sexton November 26, 2010 THE state opposition will push to arm all front-line Victorian police with Tasers if its wins tomorrow's election, while indicating that the current trial of the weapons will not change its stance. Opposition police
The use of restraint and seclusion in special schools is ''at worst illegal, and at the very least a breach of most human rights legislation''. Special schools often resemble adult childcare centres with little or no academic teaching.
Story continues below "Any government efforts to improve the turnover in securitisation markets will benefit Bendigo well," Mr Oldfield said. He said that regulatory reform would be an important driver of Bendigo's share price in the near term. "
November 21, 2010 Bendigo's Eleanor Haring takes a jump-shot. Abby Bishop will miss up to six weeks after being diagnosed with a fractured bone in her left foot on Friday. The Dandenong Rangers star cast a frustrated figure on the team bench during
Story continues below The other thing which is fresh is the program we've got in terms of preventable health: building on work health, which was one of the innovations I introduced as Premier, but we're going to be doing a lot more in the cancer area,
The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) has ruled both parties cannot refer to themselves simply as "Labor" in registered campaign material to prevent confusion at the ballot box at the November 27 state poll. The DLP will have to bin thousands of