Posted: 2 September, 2014

Home Wrecking Stolen Tractor

A Lyndhurst couple's escaped with minor injuries after a stolen tractor came crashing through the bedroom of their home this morning

A Lyndhurst couple's escaped with minor injuries after a stolen tractor came crashing through the bedroom of their home this morning.

The driver jumped out just before impact and did a runner.

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Tags: News, Tractor, Crash, Accident

Posted: 29 August, 2014

Truck Stuck In Giant Pothole

IMAGES: Road closures due to stuck rubbish truck.

UPDATE: Crews have managed to dislodge a truck from an enourmous pothole in Prahran.


Heavy haulage crews are struggling to  move a truck that's fallen into a hole in Prahran.

The truck forced the closure of Orrong Road between Dandenong Road and High Street Road.

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Tags: Melbourne, News

Posted: 29 August, 2014

John van Wisse's Monster World Record

Aussie smashes world record for one of the greatest endurance races

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Aussie John van Wisse has crossed the finish line in Paris this morning, completing one of the world's greatest endurance races, the Arch To Arc in World Record time.

John ran 140 km’s from London to Dover, swam the English Channel, then cycled a further 290 km’s but he told Triple M’s The Hot Breakfast he got lost during the run and with the rough conditions the swim was no picnic either.


John van Wisse supporters waiting at the finish line:

A map of John's route:

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Tags: John van Wisser, Arch-2-Arc

Posted: 27 August, 2014

Barnesy & Greatest Rock Riffs!

Jimmy Barnes with Mick Molloy on the hot topic of the best guitar riffs

When Mick Molloy debated a list of the top ten guitar riffs this morning the massive response took everyone at Triple M's The Hot Breakfast by surprise!

Even Jimmy Barnes who had just finished an interview jumped into the studio and wanted to have a say about his favourite fiffs.

(Listen to the full awesome chat about riffs with Eddie, Mick, Luke and Jimmy Barnes above!)

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Tags: Jimmy Barnes, Riffs

Posted: 21 August, 2014

Truck Fire Closes The Burnley Tunnel

A truck fire closed all lanes into the Burnley Tunnel this morning

A truck fire closed all lanes into the Burnley Tunnel this morning.

All lanes are now open in the Burnley after the truck fire was cleared.

More to come...

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Tags: Truck Fire, News

Posted: 20 August, 2014

Melbourne Is Officially The Best

Melbourne named 'Most Liveable' and 'Friendliest' city in the world.

We all know that Melbourne is the best city in the world but now it's been recognised officialy.

Not only has Melbourne been named the friendliest city in the world (more on that below), we’re also the most liveable for the fourth year running.

Melbourne beat out 139 other cities according to the Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Liveability Index.

Perfect score of 1000 in the areas of health care, education and infrastructure, plus a special not in the category of sport!

Other cities making the top 10 was Adelaide (tied 5th with Calgary, Canada) Sydney in the 7th spot, and Perth in 9th place.

It’s a timely reminder that Melbourne IS the best city in the world, after being crowned the Friendliest City in the world by Condé Nast Traveler.


  • 1 (tied). Melbourne, Australia
  • 1 (tied). Auckland, New Zealand
  • 3. Victoria, Canada
  • 4. Charleston, USA
  • 5 (tied). Dublin, Ireland
  • 5 (tied). Sydney, Australia
  • 7. Siem Reap, Cambodia
  • 8. Cape Town, South Africa
  • 9 (tied). Savannah, USA
  • 9 (tied). Seville, Spain
  • 11 (tied). Budapest, Hungary
  • 11 (tied). Salzburg, Austria

So what about the cities that didn’t fare so well… There’s the Top 10 Unfriendliest Cities in the world… (sorry France)


  • 1. Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 2. Cannes, France
  • 3. Moscow, Russia
  • 4. Paris, France
  • 5. Marseille, France
  • 6. Beijing, China
  • 7. Frankfurt, Germany
  • 8. Milan, Italy
  • 9. Monte Carlo, Monaco
  • 10. Nassau, Bahamas

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Tags: Melbourne

Posted: 20 August, 2014

Stunning Timelapse Video Of Melbourne

The most beautiful city in the world!

Image: Sam Woosley

Fresh from being named the World's Most Liveable and Friendliest city, a photography student from the US has managed to capture Melbourne in all its glory.

Sam Woosley says he spent over 100 hours on the project which uses 8,159 photographs.

All the hard work was worth it. Melbourne has never looked better.

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Tags: Melbourne, Timelapse

Posted: 14 August, 2014

Hockey's Poor Petrol Stuff Up

'Poorest people either don't have cars or actually don't drive very far in many cases'

(Photo: Getty Images)

Treasurer Joe Hockey is in strife after suggesting “poorest people either don't have cars or actually don't drive very far in many cases”.

“You know what I’d do if I was Joe Hockey? I’d attach monster truck tyres to my government car and just go and crush poor people’s cars,” Mick Molloy said on Triple M’s The Hot Breakfast.

“Then I’d stand out the front doing the Toyota ‘Oh What A Feeling’ with a cigar in my mouth.”

Listen to Mick Molloy go to town on Joe Hockey’s ‘poor’ comments below:

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Tags: Joe Hockey, Mick Molloy

Posted: 13 August, 2014

Robin Williams On Martin/Molloy

Mick Molloy & Tony Martin's FULL INTERVIEW with Robin Williams.


We’ve gone deep into the archives to find this brilliant Martin & Molloy interview with Robin Williams.

The chat showcases the brilliant comic and actor at his whimsical, eccentric and hilarious best.

Williams in Australia at the time to promote his movie The Birdcage.

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5 Brilliant Robin Williams Performances

Robin Williams may no longer be with us but he has left an everlasting mark on the world

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Tags: Mick Molloy, Robin Williams

Posted: 13 August, 2014

International Champions Cup Headed For The MCG

Powerhouse international soccer clubs coming to Melbourne next year.

Liverpool's Luis Suarez after the match against Melbourne Victory at the MCG in July 2013 (Getty)

Victorian Premier Denis Napthine has confirmed that Melbourne has won the contract to host some of the World's biggest soccer teams next year.

The likes of Real Madrid and Manchester City are being touted as possible starters for the International Champions Cup set to be held at the MCG in late July.

A behind the scenes stoush is said to be brewing after the AFL were told to make way for the first game on July 25 next year.

The man credited with bringing the games to Melbourne Bart Campbell told the Hot Breakfast he feels for the AFL but the MCG is the ideal venue for soccer.

Is it fair for the AFL to make way for soccer?

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Tags: Hot Breakfast, MCG, Soccer

Posted: 12 August, 2014

Luke Darcy: Fashion Icon?

Glovegate continues…

The ongoing saga that is 'Glovegate' continues!

 Mick Molloy dived into  into the archives and found this 'fashion shoot' starring Darc from back in 2013.

Images thanks to Fairfax media's Melbourne Magazine.


Social media lit up on Saturday night when the Channel 7 Saturday Night Footy team appeared wearing gloves.

"As you know Rosie I don't have social media in fact email's about as good as it gets but I occasionally get a text message," Luke Darcy said on Triple M's The Hot Breakfast.

"There's only one that came through from my wife, 'Are you f@#$ing kidding yourself', was the feedback."

"You should have seen him storm off to his chopper, it was unbelievable. He just got on and left straight after the game, the siren hadn't even blown," Mick Molloy said.

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Tags: Hot Breakfast, Luke Darcy

Posted: 11 August, 2014

Shocking Front Page Photo

Eddie, Mick and Luke discuss the photo of Jihadist Khaled Sharrouf's son

A horrific photo has emerged online showing a seven year old Australian boy holding the severed head of a dead Syrian soldier.

The boy is the son of convicted terrorist Khaled Sharrouf and the caption reads ’That’s my boy’ (Triple M have decided not to publish the photo).

“Part of me says that you need to understand the savagery and the barbarism that is going on there,” Mick Molloy said on Triple M’s The Hot Breakfast.

“So we know what’s going on in the world and we know that this man has an Australian passport and could possibly come back and re-integrate with our community and be floating around on the tram you’re catching to work with or living in that suburb.”

“I’m really disturbed by this, I’m really upset and I don’t know what to do. That’s the most shocking photo.”

Listen to the full discussion with Eddie, Mick and Luke from Triple M’s The Hot Breakfast this morning:

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Tags: News