When virtual, real worlds collide
There comes a time when your bones are too tired to spend whole days in the saddle, so you have to buy an XBox to live out your dreams.
Australians could be forgiven for holding little faith in the government’s ability to store and safeguard their collective health data, branded My Health Record by Department of Health spin doctors.
The following article from the Marian Community is part of an ongoing series of information pieces on family violence in the lead-up to White Ribbon Day on November 23.
As I drove past a local school a few days ago and saw every child in sight glued to an iPad, phone or some other sort of device, oblivious to the world around them, I thought about how times had changed.
The Victorian Electoral Commission’s choice of building for its temporary election office stood its first test yesterday and came up somewhat wanting.
With pre-polling for this month’s Victorian Election opening from 9am today, it is time to think seriously about who you will number one to six on the voting ballot.
Last year’s Statement from the Heart, emanating from the National Constitutional Convention at Uluru, included a call for the establishment of a Makarrata Commission.
Victoria Police has come a long way in developing our responses to family violence, raising community awareness and challenging attitudes supporting violence and we will continue to work hard to ensure victims feel more comfortable in coming forward to report incidents to police.
The countdown to Christmas has well and truly begun and we now have just 45 sleeps until the jolly bearded giver of gifts mysteriously arrives, slipping down the chimney and stuffing our stockings — eagerly hung in anticipation — with the gifts of our dreams, in our case all things fishing.
Tomorrow marks a century since the guns fell silent over the trenches of the Western Front in France, ending four years of bloodshed across the world.
The electoral district of Shepparton is set for one of the most interesting contests of the Victorian election.
Police responded to reports of a toddler being struck by a car in Kyabram this morning. It is believed the two-year-old girl walked into the path of an oncoming vehicle near a shopping centre on Allan Street around 11.30am. The girl sustained minor...
A 37-year-old woman and a 12-year-old boy have died after a truck collided with their vehicle on the Murray Valley Highway in Brimin on Friday night at about 9.30pm. The truck driver has been identified as a 31-year-old Mooroopna resident and has...
A man has been tasered by police after breaking into a house in Shepparton and arming himself with a knife. Police were called to the Lake St home just after 1pm today to reports a man had entered a house that was not his. Shepparton police acting...