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23 August 2017 9:02 AM Train delays: Motorised scooter drives onto tracks at Flinders Street Station

A man has been injured after a motorised scooter drove onto railway tracks at Flinders Street Station. Metro Trains has warned of delays up to 15 minutes on the Werribee, Williamstown, Pakenham, Frankston and Cranbourne lines due to the scooter on the tracks. The Metropolitan Fire Brigade received a call about 5pm to assist Ambulance Victoria with a man whose 21

3 July 2017 1:20 AM Elderly man killed in mobility scooter crash in Dianella

An elderly man has died after the mobility scooter he was riding crashed into a four-wheel drive in Dianella on Sunday. Around 5.15pm, a 91-year-old man was riding his mobility scooter near the intersection of intersection of Yirrigan Drive and Coralberry Crescent, when he collided with a Mitsubishi Outlander. The rider of the mobility scooter was taken 29

29 June 2017 10:22 AM How the iPhone begat shadow IT and enterprise mobility

While Apple hasn't missed the enterprise boat, its success is due largely to the popularity of the iPhone Ten years ago today, the first iPhone arrived, sporting an all-new user interface built on a multi-touch screen and a virtual keyboard that soon replaced all that had come before for mobile devices. Combined with internet access and, later, an online 77

6 June 2017 8:56 PM » Young boy’s wheelchair stolen from Reservoir home

An 11-year-old boy has had his wheelchair stolen in Reservoir, just days after being released from critical care in hospital. The theft from his family’s Henty Street home happened sometime between 4.30pm and 7pm on Monday. The young boy has spent the last 25 days in a critical care unit recovering from a serious lung infection. His mother says the heartless 69

27 May 2017 6:21 AM What we learned: Jake Stringer stars in return from injury for Western Bulldogs bagging five goals

JAKE Stringer was not only ‘the package’, but the entire package for the Western Bulldogs in the first half against St Kilda. At the main break Stringer had kicked four of the Bulldogs’ five goals. He was denied a fifth with a poster, and had every right to blaze away on another occasion but selflessly centred the ball. A seventh shot, a snap around 35

25 May 2017 6:39 AM Harry Speath recalls when he last saw his children who were abducted by their mum

HARRY Speath fought back tears today as he recounted the last time he saw his son Tom and daughter Serena. His children are among a rising number of Australian kids being abducted by one of their own parents. They’ve been missing for two and a half years now. Tom, then aged four, had been distraught. His father couldn’t work out why. Serena was also acting 62

24 April 2017 4:14 AM Anzac Day 2017 in Canberra guide: how to get there, what to do afterwards

Allow plenty of time to travel to the Dawn Service. Large crowds are anticipated. Please use caution and be aware of your surroundings. Attendees are advised to wear warm clothing and bring torches. The temperature for 5.30am on April 25 is expected to be 10 degrees. Visitors are welcome to lay their own wreaths on the Stone of Remembrance in the periods 15

13 April 2017 12:23 AM Turnbull boards train of Indian growth

It was an ordinary train ride, but it held extraordinary significance. The strength of the relationship between Australia and India was on display when Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi rode three stops on the New Delhi metro. While Turnbull is a noted public transport enthusiast, the train adventure was highly 18

11 April 2017 7:03 PM PM urges businesses to look beyond India deal

The Turnbull government is encouraging Australian businesses to look for new ways to work with India as the prime minister conceded there was no guarantee a formal trade agreement would be achieved. Malcolm Turnbull and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi have told their trade negotiators to draw up a list of each side's wants and offers in an attempt 25

9 April 2017 1:45 PM Turnbull commissions India inquiry as FTA talks bog down

New Delhi: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has commissioned a top-level inquiry into the economic potential of engaging with India amid growing concerns that efforts to tap into the rapidly developing regional power have stagnated. Mr Turnbull, who flew into New Delhi on Sunday for a three-day visit, is expected to announce while there an independent 25