FULL SHOW: 3AW Drive with Tom Elliott, December 5 (2023)
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Tom Elliott questions republic movement co-chair on decisions around model
Tom Elliott has questioned what the Republic Movement has been doing for nearly a quarter of a century follow their plans around forming a model.
A futurologist on the future of letters
Questions have been raised about the future of letters following news the federal cabinet could approve Australia Post's plan to decrease letter deliveries to every second day.
Tom Elliott reads police statement regarding Warntina South arrest
Police have confirmed in a statement two men are being interviewed after the car was originally spotted driving erratically in Frankston after two pm.
Car chase ends with police ramming into the front of alleged stolen car
A car chase along the Eastlink has ended with police arresting a man driving an allegedly stolen vehicle at a 7-Eleven on High Street Road in Wantirna South.
The latest Indigenous treaty news which has left Tom Elliott shocked
Tom Elliott says he was shocked to read the state government has plans to hire treaty advisors over a treaty between the Victorian government and Indigenous groups.
FULL SHOW: 3AW Drive with Tom Elliott, December 4 (2023)
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Why a day at the beach may cost you $19.50 this summer
Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Simon Brooks says with 7.5 million visitors coming to the Mornington Peninsula each year, paid parking will help the council raise funds for maintenance costs associated with the growing tourist numbers.
Property lawyer weighs in on council's cheeky fence stance
Two Whittlesea council residents whose properties abut council parkland have been taken aback by their council's response to their requests to split the cost of fence replacement. But property lawyer at Henderson & Ball, Justin Lawrence, said it's a stance adopted by most councils across the state!
Two Whittlesea residents taken aback by council's fence response
Two Shire of Whittlesea residents whose properties abut council-owned land have been left shocked by the council's response to their requests that the council contribute to fence replacement costs.