Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Vic: Main stories in Thursday's 1200 3AW news

AAP General News (Australia)
Vic: Main stories in Thursday's 1200 3AW news

MELBOURNE, April 1 AAP - Main stories in Thursday's 1200 3AW news:

- A man accused of raping girls he met through a social networking site has been remanded
in custody.

- Water restrictions are being eased in Melbourne.

- There have been ugly scenes in a Fawkner street after the victims of a driveby shooting
turned on the media.

- Organisers of the Royal Children's Hospital Appeal are perplexed at the Nine Network's
decision to run a rival telethon in direct competition.

- Sport: AFL Kangaroos coach Brad Scott says he won't be wielding the axe despite his
side's disappointing round one loss to Port Adelaide.

- Victorian police are seeking public assistance to find Graham Potter who failed to
appear in court on February 1.

- 1000 balloons will be released in the city to mark World Autism Awareness day.

- Finance: All Ordinaries higher at 4,914 points, $A at 91.80 US cents.

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