ABC News - Victoria What is it like to live next to a prison? 2017-02-19T19:22:40.000000Z As locals on Melbourne's south-western fringe fight plans for a youth justice centre in their suburb, the ABC speaks to residents of Ararat, in Victoria's west, about what it it is like to live near a prison. 'There's no cure for depression': Melody Pool puts heartache on the page 2017-02-19T19:07:03.000000Z Nationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Melody Pool reveals she will be stepping back from music after battling crippling depression — a decision made at a time when the 25-year-old's career is just taking off. Is year 12 actually worth it? 2017-02-19T19:05:50.000000Z Is year 12 really worth all the stress, and does it prepare you for the real world? Students who self-documented their entire final year for the ABC give their verdicts. Sri Lanka victorious in second T20 game against Australia 2017-02-19T08:19:49.000000Z Sri Lanka bests Australia, taking out their second Twenty20 game by two wickets and establishing an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. Shocking last over sees Southern Stars lose to NZ in rainy Geelong 2017-02-19T06:59:11.000000Z The Southern Stars fall eight runs short of New Zealand's revised total after the Aussies lose three wickets in the final over of their chase. Victoria launches anti-racism campaign amid far-right's 'new-found vigour' 2017-02-19T04:50:22.000000Z A multi-million-dollar campaign to counter racist attacks, abuse and discrimination is launched by the Victorian Government in response to the perceived rise of extreme-right groups. New campaign to combat racism 2017-02-19T04:50:22.000000Z The Victorian Government will today launch a multi-million dollar campaign to counter racist attacks, abuse and discrimination. GHB suspected behind overdoses at Melbourne dance party 2017-02-19T04:37:36.000000Z More than 20 people have been taken to hospital, many in a critical condition, after overdosing on drugs at the Electric Parade Music Festival. New information may prompt government inquiry into Essendon saga 2017-02-19T01:25:30.000000Z Federal sports minister Greg Hunt says a government inquiry into the Essendon doping saga is possible after the 'Justice for the 34' group presented him with new information. More than 20 people overdose on drugs at Melbourne dance party 2017-02-18T20:52:37.000000Z Paramedics say more than 20 people have been taken to hospital, many in a critical condition, after overdosing at a dance party "awash with drugs" in Melbourne last night.