Nine News Melbourne (12th January 2018) – Melbourne Video

The latest news, sport, finance and weather from Nine News Melbourne. With Peter Hitchener (news), Clint Stanaway (sport) and Livinia Nixon (weather).
In this bulletin:
Opener and Dolly Mourned. Family and friends have farewelled Dolly Everett at a funeral service in Katherine, Northern Territory today.
A defiant cyclist has walked from court with a good behaviour bond after a road rage incident in Brunswick.
Chilling footage has been shown in court showing a frenzied stabbing attack in St Kilda.
A masked man wearing a beanie is on the run after stabbing a newsagent employee at Croydon.
Detectives are searching for two men who used a machete to hold up a service station in Narre Warren.
Police are hunting several people involved in a pub brawl at Ascot Vale that left severe injuries to a truck driver.
A motorist has risked lives on the Western Highway near Ballan.
An 84-year-old Dandenong woman has been found safe after going missing in Gippsland.
Mystery surrounds the owner of a winning ticket following the $55 million dollar Powerball draw.
Tennis star Billie Jean King has taken aim at Margaret Court, says the arena named after her should be renamed.
Sports preview with Clint Stanaway.

A man has rushed back to his Parkdale house to save his blind and deaf dog from the burning home.
A 19-year-old man has suffered a stab wound to the head during a fight in Mount Waverley.
Welfare rorters are being warned they will face the full force of the law in a new government crackdown.
A Sydney grandmother who was cleared of drug trafficking in Malaysia has been granted bail but will have to stay in the country.
Donald Trump is facing a fresh wave of criticism over comments made on immigrants.
Five women have accused James Franco of sexual misbehaviour.
Oliver and Charlotte have become the popular baby names of 2017.
Weather update with Livinia Nixon.

Actress Jessica Falkholt’s life support has been switched off but remains in a critical condition in hospital following the Boxing Day fatal car crash.
Nine ice cream products have been recalled after metal fragments were found in a tub.
Fire crews continue to look for survivors following mudslides in California.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been granted citizenship by Equador.
The Bangladeshi man who attempted to detonate a bomb on a New York subway has pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges.
A Russian man has escaped injury, jumping from a balcony to the ground with a parachute.

Ash Barty’s Australian Open campaign has been given a boost, advancing to the womens final of the Sydney International.
Marcus Stoinis reveals how a personal tragedy changed his perspective of life.
The Melbourne Renegades loses two players ahead of the Melbourne derby with the Stars in the Big Bash League.
The new face of Jake Stringer turns heads at Essendon in pre-season training.
Swimmer Mack Horton ramps up training ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
Aussie Ben Simmons shows off his skills in the NBA clash held in London as the 76ers lose to the Boston Celtics.

Finance report.
Australia has become the third country in the world to freeze blood for military personnel, now it could help in extending shelf life.
Wildlife workers have unveiled new animals at Singapore Zoo.

Weather report with Livinia Nixon and closer.
Recorded 12th January 2018 from GTV9 Melbourne.
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