Concerns grow for five-month-old baby missing from Mornington Peninsula

Published at The Age on January 13 2017. Concerns are mounting for a five-month-old baby missing from the Mornington Peninsula since last week. Archie Medwin was last seen on Thursday, January 5, before he vanished from his home in Bittern, 50 kilometres south-east of Melbourne. They have released photos of Archie and his mother. Sharee … Continue reading Concerns grow for five-month-old baby missing from Mornington Peninsula

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Tennis fans face delays due to train suspensions during Australian Open

Published at The Age on January 12 2017. Tennis fans returning from night sessions of the Australian Open face lengthy delays on some days as trains on four lines are suspended for maintenance and roadworks. On the Craigieburn line, buses will replace trains between Essendon and Craigieburn stations after 8pm each night from Sunday night until … Continue reading Tennis fans face delays due to train suspensions during Australian Open

From rock bottom to …? What could be next for Ronda Rousey

Published at The Age on Jan. 12 2017. Fans were told to #FearTheReturn, but it was a short-lived comeback in the octagon for former UFC champion Ronda Rousey. Now, everyone wants to know what's next for the mixed martial artist following her latest cryptic Instagram post. As she promises to be return "rebuilt", here's what … Continue reading From rock bottom to …? What could be next for Ronda Rousey

Tennis Australia plays down concerns over Rod Laver Arena entrance move

Published at The Age on Jan. 11 2017. Tennis Australia is downplaying concerns that closing Rod Laver Arena's primary entrance will cause confusion for fans at this month's Australian Open. As a part of the Melbourne Park redevelopment, Birrarung Marr's new Tanderrum Bridge will be the central entrance to the Australian Open. The move brings … Continue reading Tennis Australia plays down concerns over Rod Laver Arena entrance move

Exercising once or twice a week reduces your risk of heart disease and cancer

Published at The Age on Jan. 10 2017 and in print Jan. 11 2017. Words by Kanika Sood, Reece Hooker and Sarah Berry. Primary school teacher Sophie Eustace is used to working early mornings and late nights. As a consequence, her exercise is often relegated to the weekend. "It's hard to fit in regular sessions … Continue reading Exercising once or twice a week reduces your risk of heart disease and cancer

Chased, stabbed 11 times in Grand Final eve party attack that’s ‘perplexed’ cops

Published at The Age on Jan. 10 2017. Police are urging members of the public to come forward as new information is revealed about a Grand Final eve stabbing in Noble Park that left its victim with "multiple, permanent scars". A 24-year-old Berwick man was attacked at a party by two men in the early hours of … Continue reading Chased, stabbed 11 times in Grand Final eve party attack that’s ‘perplexed’ cops

Police find 300 kilograms of pseudoephedrine in washing powder boxes

Published at The Age Jan. 9 2017. Appeared in print Jan. 10 2017. Words by Kanika Sood and Reece Hooker. Five men have been arrested in Melbourne's west after authorities uncovered up to 300 kilograms of pseudoephedrine hidden in washing powder boxes. Pseudoephedrine is often found in cold and flu tablets and is a key ingredient in … Continue reading Police find 300 kilograms of pseudoephedrine in washing powder boxes