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Georgina Serbec with her granddaughters.

‘Erratic’ and illiterate: L-plater who killed grandma had IQ of young child

An inquest into the death of a Melbourne grandmother who was hit by a car found no issues with Victoria’s licensing system despite questions about how the illiterate driver was issued a learner’s licence.

  • by Caroline Schelle


Box Hill has a huge population of Australians of Chinese heritage.

Why the Liberals are desperate to win back Chinese-Australians

At the federal election in May, Chinese-Australian voters turned against the Coalition. The state opposition has been pulling out all the stops to get them back.

  • by Emma Ding and Annika Smethurst
Premier Daniel Andrews and Opposition Leader Matthew Guy.

As it happened: VEC figures reveal one in three votes already cast as campaign enters final days

More than 1.56 million Victorians have already voted, Labor is targeting women in the final days of the campaign and Matthew Guy is in northeast Victoria today where a sitting Liberal is under threat from an independent challenger.

  • by Broede Carmody

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