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The latest news, sport, finance and weather from Nine News Melbourne. With Peter Hitchener (news), Tony Jones (sport) and Livinia Nixon on location at Mount Hotham (weather).
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In this bulletin:
Opener and Peak Hour Chaos. All train services cancelled and thousands of passengers stranded as a computer fault stops the Metro train network this afternoon.
Tram services also signifcantly affected as passengers try to find alternative ways home, Uber drivers charging extra for services.
Ash is falling across Melbourne after fire tore through a plastic and paper plant in Coolaroo.
Police have conducted a new search in Mount Macedon on the case of mother Karen Ristevski after a number of reports from several phone calls.
Police hold concerns for a 12-year-old girl last seen on Monday in the Broadmeadows area.
A registered sex offender who creeped on girls at a Selena Gomez concert at Margaret Court Arena has been jailed for 12 months.
An Australian tourist from Perth has fallen 30 metres to his death while parasailing in Phuket, Thailand.
Police have admitted to bungling DNA evidence which led to suspects being cleared in the cold case murder of a Thornbury woman in 1980.
The firestorm around Donald Trump’s ties to Russia are growing as the first official steps to impeach the president are made.
Three Victoria Cross medals are about to go on display in Canberra.
After a mild and sunny start to the week, Melbourne was given a cold shock today.
Sports preview with Tony Jones.

A woman has been committed to stand trial for a car pileup on the Calder Highway in 2015 which killed a driver.
A garden makeover is on the way for Southbank Boulevard with traffic lanes replaced for parkland and open space.
celebrations in Malta after the government voted to legalise same-sex marriage.
The Queen has hosted Spanish royals to a lavish banquet at Buckingham Palace.
An exhibition on Australia in the 1930s opens in Melbourne.

Politicians in Canberra are still bickering on how to solve the energy crisis.
A huge chunk of ice has broken off from the Larsson iceburg, but will have little immediate effect on sea levels.
Bali police re-trace the steps of an Australian prison escapee and say they are close to recapturing him.
A motorists dashcam has captured the moment a landslide trapped eight cars in China but all drivers survived.
Less than a fortnight after his victory against Manny Pacquiao, Brisbane boxer Jeff Horn touches down in Los Angeles to greet fans ahead of the Espy Awards.

Essendon rests Jobe Watson for their big AFL clash against St Kilda on Friday night.
North Melbourne coach Brad Scott dismisses claims other clubs including Gold Coast and St Kilda are looking to poach him.
Melbourne will be without two players for their match against Adelaide in Darwin this weekend.
Roger Federer is into the semi-finals at Wimbledon and on track to claim his 18th major.
Germany’s Marcel Kittel wins stage 11 of the Tour de France.
The Formula 1 boys including Daniel Ricciardo take a quick spin around London.
Melbourne Storm star Cooper Cronk says he doesn’t know if he has played his last State Of Origin after Queensland claimed the series against New South Wales 22-6.

Bread has become the latest battleground at the supermarket with Coles and Woolworths slashing the costs to some varieties.
Melbourne’s house prices have grown for a third quarter with the highest growth in Croydon and South-East suburbs.
Finance report.
A new discovery by researchers at RMIT University could pave the way for better treatment for flu sufferers.
The Sri Lankan navy discovers an elephant swimming 15 kilometres away from shore before rescuing the pachyderm.

Weather report with Livinia Nixon and closer.
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Recorded 13th July 2017 via GTV9 Melbourne.
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