Outgoing premier John Brumby resigns after sting of rejection from Labor loss.
State Labor leader John Brumby congratulates Ted Baillieu and the Coalition on their election victory.
Labor offers half a billion dollars to welfare groups, as Liberal announces plans to boost maths and science teachers.
Shane Green The tale of two towns, Geelong and Broadmeadows, illustrates the importance of jobs policy in this election.
Nino Bucci The gulf between the demands of the Chief Commissioner and the powerful Police Association is believed to have delayed either side of government announcing funding for more officers before the state...
Tim Colebatch The state has held on to its unblemished AAA credit rating faces but faces testing times on both sides of the political fence.
Shane Green Almost six years ago to the day, Anthea Lindquist lay down on a bench in the Royal Botanical Gardens, having just come from neighbouring Government House and a final round interview for the Rhodes...
Michael Gordon Abbott government warned over proposed $7 doctor fee as a report shows indigenous people are three times as likely to die of an avoidable cause as non-indigenous people.
Nicholas Reece This week Tony Abbott marked the first 100 days of his new government in a very modern way. The Prime Minister released a YouTube video and a 30-page glossy brochure, and undertook an exhaustive...
A federal government crackdown on foreign companies that dump cheap imports on the Australian market has drawn praise from unions and business groups alike.
Lenore Taylor GOT some great deals doing online Christmas shopping on overseas sites? That is exactly why state governments are worried.
Karl Quinn IF RUPERT MURDOCH rules his vast media empire with a firm hand, it is perhaps because he learnt from the best.
Karl Quinn If Rupert Murdoch rules his vast media empire with a firm hand, it is perhaps because he learnt from the best.
Katina Curtis The class clowns are playing up as the federal government's push to implement the Gonski school funding reforms inches towards its final test.
Anne Davies It seems extraordinary that in 2013 a female graduate in her first year would be paid, on average, $5000 less than a male graduate.
Phillip Coorey LAWYERS who represented the Australian Workers Union in cases against Julia Gillard's former boyfriend, the allegedly corrupt union official, Bruce Wilson, say they never uncovered any link between...
What's in a name, Shakespeare's Juliet doth often ask. For shaken Julia, it seems, the answer is quite a lot.
Bianca Hall Chinese technology giant Huawei warns Australia could be in breach of its international trade obligations.
Jill Stark Chinese communications and technology giant Huawei is branded a threat to United States national security.
Ross Peake Chinese telecom company Huawei, sponsor of the Raiders, hit back last night at new claims it poses a security threat.