Hybrid Buses Hit The Road

Hybrid Buses Hit The Road

The introduction of 50 new Victorian built Euro 6 Hybrid buses into the CDC Victoria bus fleet will improve accessibility, support local jobs and reduce the impact on the environment.
Late News
  • The Culture Of Many On Show In The North

    12:47' 14-06-2018

    The Culture Of Many On Show In The North

    The arts and culture of Melbourne’s new, emerging and Indigenous communities in the outer northern suburbs will be on display for nine days, in venues from Broadmeadows to Epping, and Thomastown to Coburg.

  • Making The Most Of School Holidays

    12:32' 14-06-2018

    Making The Most Of School Holidays

    Next week schools around Victoria break up for two weeks. While our kids are looking forward to some time out, many parents may be dreading two weeks of bored restless children underfoot.

  • Urban Life 44

    19:42' 13-06-2018

    Urban Life 44

    Wizard of Oz: Regent Theatre, 191 Collins St, Melbourne. Strictly limited season for this timeless fantasy adventure tale, performed live on stage with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber...

  • Citizenship Discount To Be Scrapped

    20:36' 12-06-2018

    Citizenship Discount To Be Scrapped

    The discount for Australian citizenship fees for migrant pensioners, veterans and widows receiving Newstart, the aged pension, the disability support pension or parenting payments, is set to be scrapped.

  • News In Brief

    19:36' 12-06-2018

    News In Brief

    The last four dangerous congested level crossings between Caulfield and Dandenong have been removed in a blitz of work over the last few weeks.

  • Police Urge Safety In The Snow

    12:43' 12-06-2018

    Police Urge Safety In The Snow

    Victorias snow season officially opened on 9 June, but snowfalls have been light so far, and not below 1100 metres at most resorts.

  • Sour Grapes Over Blocked Wine Flow

    19:25' 07-06-2018

    Sour Grapes Over Blocked Wine Flow

    News that Australian wine exported to China was facing delays getting through Chinese customs caused some alarm recently, in both the trade and political spheres.

  • What's On    20 June - 4 July

    19:49' 06-06-2018

    What's On 20 June - 4 July

    Hobby & Collectables Fair: Springvale Town Hall, 397-405 Springvale Road. Sunday 24 June 9am to 2.30pm. Come to the 18th annual Hobby & Collectables Fair and Melbourne Card Collectors Expo for collectable trading cards from the past 100 years, Beanie Kids, Barbies, sports memorabilia, Star Wars merchandise, toys, porcelain, glassware, comics, books, stamps, coins and more...

  • New Agreement Brings China Closer

    12:37' 06-06-2018

    New Agreement Brings China Closer

    Victorias relationship with China has grown stronger, with the signing of a partnership between leading neuro and sleep diagnostics company Compumedics and Chinese health check organisation Health 100.

  • Infant Feeding Survey Calls On Chinese Mothers

    12:26' 06-06-2018

    Infant Feeding Survey Calls On Chinese Mothers

    A Deakin University research team has put out a call for Chinese mothers in Australia to join a study of infant feeding practices, aiming to help them achieve the best health outcome for both themselves and their baby.

  • Rego Relief For Half A Million

    19:14' 04-06-2018

    Rego Relief For Half A Million

    Since short term registration for Victorians was introduced in January this year, more than half a million vehicle owners have already signed up.

  • Amazon US To Shut Out Aussie Shoppers

    18:44' 04-06-2018

    Amazon US To Shut Out Aussie Shoppers

    Changes to Australias GST laws mean leading online retailer Amazon is planning to block Australian customers from placing orders on its US website.

  • Urban Life 43

    19:39' 29-05-2018

    Urban Life 43

    MoMA at NGV: National Gallery of Victoria, 100 St Kilda Road. From 9 June to August. New Yorks Museum of Modern Art comes to Melbourne, with a world premiere exhibition of 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art...

  • Victorians To Get More Dental Care

    19:33' 29-05-2018

    Victorians To Get More Dental Care

    Waiting lists for dental treatment under the public health system are now up to more than 19 months for general care, and 17 months for denture care.

  • More Airbags To Be Recalled In Future

    18:58' 29-05-2018

    More Airbags To Be Recalled In Future

    Alarm bells rang in the motoring world last year when a Sydney man was killed, and a Northern territory woman was injured, because faulty Takata airbags fitted in their cars exploded. To date, Takata airbags have caused more than 230 injuries and at least 23 deaths worldwide.

  • Student Kidnap Scam Is An Old Trick

    16:36' 29-05-2018

    Student Kidnap Scam Is An Old Trick

    Last month, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) issued a warning about an international scam targeting Chinese students in Australia.

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