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Breakfast with Juice for Two ($19), Four ($35) or Six People ($53) at The Groove Train, Geelong (Up to $121.20 Value)

Up to six customers can enjoy fresh breakfast in the form of eggs on toast with ...

$19 - $1 Shipping (Dont pay $7.50) - No Min Spend

Shop a range of brands and products across fragrances, vitamins, and beauty and ...


From $89 for a 90-Minute Pamper Package for One Person at Laurel Beauty and Spa (From $220 Value)

Spend 90 minutes being pampered with a facial and relaxation massage in a choice...


Virtual Reality Gaming Experience for One ($19), Two ($35) or Three People ($49) at VR Plus (Up to $134.85 Value)

Gamers can take advantage of technology and fly around the virtual city, play cy...


$10 for Chicken Parma with Chips and Salad for One Person at Highways Hotel (Up to $22.90)

Enjoy chicken breast topped with Virginian ham, homemade Napoli sauce and cheese...


Seafood Platter with Wine for Two ($89) or Six People ($259) at The Groove Train, Geelong (Up to $570 Value)

Up to six guests can enjoy a seafood platter with soft serve crab, crispy calama...


Modern Australian Meal for Two People + Wine: Two ($46) or Three Courses ($61) at Encore Restaurant & Bar (Up to $128)

Tuck into the likes of pan-roasted chicken breast or slow-cooked lamb shoulder w...


45-Minute or 60-Minute Massage at Be Natural Massage (Up to $70 Value)

Ease tension and aches with a soothing 45-minute or one-hour massage...



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Melbourne man allegedly 'slaughtered' wife over decision to join Islamic State

Police believe a Melbourne man who "slaughtered" and then mutilated his wife in front of their three young children may have murdered her because she did not want him to join the Islamic State group in Syria, court documents reveal.

Victorian MP whose driver chauffeured his dogs set to retire

Former state corrections minister Steve Herbert announces he is retiring from politics, months after a controversy over his use of a taxpayer-funded driver to transport his pet dogs between homes.

Taste test to find the chocolate and Brussels sprouts of lucerne

Almost like a reality show for sheep, some special lambs are dining on selected lucerne varieties to discover which tastes best.

Plan for minimum overtaking distance of cyclists rejected in Victoria

The Victorian Government says it will only trial a minimum distance for motorists overtaking cyclists if a public education campaign fails to make the roads safer.

Jewish child sexual abuse victims 'shunned after making allegations'

Ultra-orthodox Jews believed it was a sin to report allegations of child sexual abuse to the police, and shunned those who did, a royal commission is told.

Hemp food products get green light from food regulator

Australia's food regulator gives the green light to hemp products sold as food.