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$5 for 5 US Power Line Bets (Dont Pay $25)

Get 5 line bets on the US Power for just $5, instead of the normal $25 price tag...


Thailand: From $1,199 Per Person for Seven-Night Trails and Gems of Siam Tour with Flights with HolidayXP

Visit all the main cities of Thailand and explore the ancient culture on this 7-...


Marysville: 1,2 or 3 nights up to 4 People in Woodland King Room + Breakfast and Late Check-Out at Vibe Hotel Marysville

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and escape to Marysville...


Trike Tour for Two: One ($69) or Two Hours ($138) with Tours on Trike (Up to $240 Value)

Two customers can enjoy a one- or two-hour alternative tour of Melbourne using t...


From $99 for a Personal Luxury Wine Tour plus Gourmet Lunch with Peninsula Wine Tours (From $190 Value)

Guests can indulge in a wine tour which can include a pick-up and drop-off servi...


$49 for Moonwalk Afloat: Michael Jackson Cruise for One Person with Afloat Cruises International (Up to $120 Value)

Watch a distinguished Michael Jackson impersonator on a scenic Port Phillip Bay ...


$59 for Two-Hour Port Phillip Bay High Tea Sunday Cruise with High Tea Afloat (Up to $120 Value)

Cruise along Port Phillip Bay and Victoria Harbour on a twin-level catamaran whi...


$99 for a Four-Hour Poker Cruise with Nibbles and Drinks Package with Afloat Cruises International (Up to $249 Value)

A guaranteed $9,500 in cash and prizes is to be won on every cruise, where guest...



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Andrews announces 'sweeping' changes to combat MP allowance rorts

Victorian MPs who are wrongly paid perks will be forced to repay the money under big changes to the system governing their entitlements, Premier Daniel Andrews says, including a crackdown on the second residence allowance and a new tribunal to oversee claims.

National Heritage Rally draws tractor enthusiasts from around Australia

The National Heritage Rally attracts history and tractor enthusiasts for a weekend of machinery nostalgia.

Successful soldier settlement area remembers WWII with road names

North west Victorian roads named to remember World War II battles around soldier settlement farms.

Ex-West Coast Eagle jailed for armed robbery, blames drug abuse on team culture

Former West Coast Eagles rookie Ben Sharp, who blames his spiral into drug addiction on his ex-teammates, is sentenced to nine years' jail for his part in an armed robbery.

Pest expert warns against mouse panic

A leading pest control expert says a panic about mouse numbers could lead to a distortion in the pesticides market.

Victoria lures businesses with $90m carrot to boost jobs

Victoria will spend $90 million to attract businesses to the state to boost employment and the economy as car manufacturing and other industries wind down, the State Government says.