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Police fake 250,000 breath tests

Victoria Police officers fake more than 250,000 breath tests

Police fake 250,000 breath tests

An investigation has revealed a staggering number of breath tests have been falsified.

A romantic retreat from $329

A romantic retreat from $329

A romantic retreat from $329

Stay in a self-contained apartment boasting a spa bath and pool, set in Wombat State ...

Victoria passes assisted dying laws

Victoria passes assisted dying laws

Victoria passes assisted dying laws

Dying with dignity laws to be in full effect in Victoria by June 2019.

Euthanasia bill passes Upper House

Voluntary euthanasia laws pass Victoria’s Upper House

Euthanasia bill passes Upper House

Victoria will be the first state to allow voluntary euthanasia.

A romp through Rutherglen

A Rutherglen food and wine experience to remember

A romp through Rutherglen

Max and Jenny Williams head up the Hume for a wonderful wine weekend.

Three-night Lakes Entrance getaway

Enjoy a three-night getaway in Lakes Entrance from $279

Three-night Lakes Entrance getaway

Enjoy a relaxing escape only three hours from Melbourne.

Ex-Liberal state director jailed

Former Liberal Party state director Damien Mantach jailed for $1.55m fraud

Ex-Liberal state director jailed

Former Victorian Liberal state director Damien Mantach sentenced to five years’ jail for fraud.

Kaye’s Mornington Peninsula hot tips

Insider tips: hot spots in the Mornington Peninsula

Kaye’s Mornington Peninsula hot tips

What hot spots does Kaye visit when she escapes to the Mornington Peninsula?

Fun on a budget in Victoria, BC

Fun on a budget in Victoria, BC

Fun on a budget in Victoria, BC

If you've had enough of big cities, Victoria, Canada should be in your plans.

Our top three Canadian cities

Our top three Canadian cities

Our top three Canadian cities

It’s not easy choosing a favourite Canadian city.

Melbourne’s most delicious model

Melbourne’s most delicious model

Melbourne’s most delicious model

We all know Melbourne’s the most liveable city but now it’s the most delicious too.

Time to go to Bendigo-go

Time to go to Bendigo-go

Time to go to Bendigo-go

Bendigo is surely Victoria’s best regional escape.

Best-ever Bendigo hotel

Best-ever Bendigo hotel

Best-ever Bendigo hotel

Bendigo’s Art Series Hotel, the Schaller Studio, just can’t stop making guests happy.

Victoria's smoking ban

Victoria's smoking ban

Victoria's smoking ban

New Victorian smoking bans will come in to effect from August 2017.

Historic houses of Australia

Historic houses of Australia

Historic houses of Australia

Visit one of Australia’s historic houses, either on your own or with family and friends

Vale Joan Kirner

Vale Joan Kirner

Vale Joan Kirner

Joan Kirner, Victoria’s first and only woman premier, passed away yesterday, aged 76. Mrs Kirner ...

How fast can a heatwave kill you?

How fast can a heatwave kill you?

How fast can a heatwave kill you?

A heatwave is sweeping the nation and Australians are being urged to stay cool and ...

Carless travel with a wheelchair

Carless travel with a wheelchair

Carless travel with a wheelchair

Kathy is looking for wheelchair-friendly locations in Australia

Top 10 natural disaster websites

Top 10 natural disaster websites

Top 10 natural disaster websites

Ensure you and your loved ones stay safe this summer

Ageing population no burden

Ageing population no burden seniors

Ageing population no burden

Australia's ageing population is not to blame for the nation's rising health bill.

Ardenlee Bed & Breakfast, Ballarat

Ardenlee Bed & Breakfast, Ballarat

Ardenlee Bed & Breakfast, Ballarat

Saying at this b'n'b is one of Jean's favourite parts of the Ballarat Begonia Festival

Seacombe House, Port Fairy

Seacombe House, Port Fairy

Seacombe House, Port Fairy

Jean visits the beautiful, historic town of Port Fairy for the first time

Two days on Phillip Island

Travel, Victoria, Australia, Phillip Island, Sand, beach, Rest, Restoration, Relaxation, Swim

Two days on Phillip Island

Rest and restoration form the main agenda on Victoria’s Phillip Island.

In too deep

myki, problem, In too deep, give up, victoria, public transport, Baillieu government

In too deep

We have all been in a similar situation. A lot of time and effort ...

Nurses’ strikes come to an end

Nurses’ strikes come to an end

Nurses’ strikes come to an end

The nurses’ strikes in Victoria have ended. The State Government today stated that it ...

Let’s talk about respect

Let’s talk about respect

Let’s talk about respect

Yesterday Ted Baillieu’s cousin flipped the bird at a group of protesting nurses. Today ...

Ride for Morgan

Victoria, charity ride, Morgan Webb Liddle, Paralympics, Alan Sandford

Ride for Morgan

On Monday 5 March Alan (Sandy) Sandford, a 75-year-old cyclist, will set out on ...

Looking for the positives

floods, Victoria, NSW, black Saturday, community, help

Looking for the positives

With floods wreaking havoc across the South East of Australia over the ...

What can I use as ID?

ID, No drivers license, packages, no password, keypass ID, identification, Victoria, Australia

What can I use as ID?

As YOURLifeChoices subscriber Michael has found, many Australians don’t have a passport ...

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