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$89 for Two-Hour Fishing Boat Hire + Tackle Hire from Mornington Boat Hire, Somerville (Total Value up to $160)
Fish for snapper and flathead on a polycraft or half-cabin boat; rods, reels and tackle are provided and no boat licence is required...
(was $160)
UB40: Tickets $64.90, 24 -25 November, Sydney & Melbourne - Save up to 34%
Celebrate nearly four decades of the famous UK reggae band and enjoy a live performance of hits such as Red, Red Wine and I Got You Babe...
(was $98)
10-Minute Wild Buggy Drive: Child ($19) or Adult ($39), $10 Extra to Add 5 Mins at Wild Buggy (Up to $69 Value)
Tackle an all-terrain course that features flattened cars, tunnels, rocks in a 4WD type buggy with an instructor; upgrade to 15-minute drive...
(was $29)
Two-Hour Social Painting Class for One ($29), Two ($55) or Four People ($99) with Paint Along (Up to $260 Value)
Clients can enhance their art skills and socialise with this two-hour painting class taking place in pub venues across Sydney...
(was $65)
The Merry Widow: Tickets From $55 at the Arts Centre, Melbourne (Save upto $44)
The Merry Widow is a delicious confection: a light-hearted look at love amid the Champagne and glitter of Art Deco France...
(was $55)
12 Months Unlimited Entry to 11 Top Attractions from $69
Get a 12-month unlimited entry to 11 top attractions in Australia and New Zealand, such as SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium or Sydney Tower Eye...
(was $69)


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Daniel Andrews' press conference after Voluntary assisted dying bill passes

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews speaks with reporters in Melbourne after the Voluntary assisted dying bill passed in the state's Parliament on Wednesday, November 22, 2017.

This is how Victoria's voluntary euthanasia laws will work

For starters, you must be a Victorian resident aged over 18 with an incurable illness, but there are many more requirements needed before someone can access doctor-assisted dying.

Summer heat prediction could mean more bushfires

The prediction of a hotter-than-average summer has led to an update of the national bushfire outlook, with Australia's highly populated areas facing an above-average fire risk.

Clerk jailed for five years over law firm fraud and theft

Cheryle Rowe, 63, has been sentenced to five years jail for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars across 15 years while working as a law clerk.

Sandor Earl's NRL comeback with Storm stalled by knee injury

Sandor Earl's return to the NRL from a four-year ban has been put on hold with the Melbourne Storm back requiring knee surgery.

Victoria set to make history as voluntary assisted dying bill passes Upper House

Historic voluntary assisted dying laws pass Victoria's Upper House after a 28-hour marathon sitting, leaving the state on the brink of becoming the first in the country to legalise the measures for the terminally ill.



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