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Tony Wright 6:37 AM He doesn't look like a monster, this old man peering through spectacles, bald but for a few wisps of greyed hair above his ears.
Noel Towell 11:30 PM Motor Neurone Disease sufferer Duncan Bayley, and his government assistant, must wait and wait like millions of others.
Beau Donelly 11:02 PM The Indonesian Consulate General in Melbourne has been evacuated after receiving a "suspicious package", the fourth scare at an Indonesian embassy in Australia this month.
Steve Lillebuen 11:59 AM Hundreds of survivors of the Black Saturday bushfire that destroyed Marysville will share in a $300 million settlement, bringing an end to all lawsuits over the devastating disaster.
Nino Bucci 11:39 AM Police Minister Wade Noonan has moved to block more than 1100 alcohol or drug affected drivers from mounting legal challenges to their penalties, after it was revealed that hundreds of police officers had performed the tests without authorisation.
Aisha Dow 2:28 PM After revelations that Chinese cladding contributed to a Docklands fire last year, 170 more buildings are being investigated for similar issues.
Clay Lucas 5:52 PM The ill-fated promotional trip by Oscar-winning actor Charlize Theron to promote luxury apartments in South Yarra cost developer Larry Kestelman $3 million.
Rania Spooner and Jane Lee 6:47 PM Serial child sex offender and paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale says he never asked George Pell to support him when he first faced court over child sex offences.
Rania Spooner 3:01 PM A paedophile priest has told a royal commission he has never felt sexual feelings for an adult, except when he was in prison.
Benjamin Preiss 11:11 AM New laws to allow the Port of Melbourne to be leased to a commercial operator for 50 years have been introduced to Parliament today.
Henrietta Cook 5:18 PM Disgraced former Education Department boss Nino Napoli spent thousands of dollars on his toupee, and suggested his cousin bill state schools for the expensive wig.
Mark Russell 4:25 PM Three women brutally raped by Jill Meagher's killer, Adrian Bayley, have told how he destroyed their lives.
Bianca Hall 3:57 PM The Victorian government simply "does not know" whether millions of dollars being spent on early-intervention services for at-risk children are being properly spent, the Auditor-General has found.
Marissa Calligeros and Tammy Mills 3:37 PM It's called the "bystander effect". The more people present when a someone is in trouble, the less likely it is anyone will intervene to help.
Mark Russell 12:41 PM They argued during sex and then Anthony Freeman picked up a knife.
Clay Lucas 11:06 AM An ad binge may have failed to make the impact the Coalition sought because while transport was a hot-button issue in Victoria, it was not considered as important as unemployment, health, inflation and education.
Tammy Mills and Marissa Calligeros 11:02 AM A Good Samaritan who jumped to the defence of three Muslim women being racially abused on a Melbourne train does not blame other commuters for not stepping in.
Andrew Thomson 10:22 AM Nicholas Murnane is not allowed to drink in any pub in Victoria. Or at a restaurant, the Grand Final, the Australian Open Tennis, the races ....
Bridie Smith Ecologists have warned that Melbourne is at risk of losing more than half its native plant species over the next century, with grasslands in Melbourne's west the most vulnerable to the city's urban sprawl.
Peter Ker Former energy minister Theo Theophanous is working as a political advisor to an oil and gas company that wants onshore gas drilling allowed in Victoria.
Jane Lee Former Ballarat Bishop Ronald Mulkearns was the "pivotal person" responsible for failing to prevent widespread child sexual abuse at Catholic-run schools there, his former secretary has told a Royal Commission.
A happy conjunction is open to the Andrews government if it does two things.
Battle over Link validates need for a neutral body to take politics out of infrastructure planning.
Despite rapes, deaths and neglect in care, the disability sector is obsessed with self-protection.
Deradicalisation needs police work, but it’s the Islamic community’s responsibility.
Growing class divide in state system is due to schoosl having lots of middle-class parents.
Before these articulate ex-champs took to the mike, footy commentary had its own unique vocabulary.
Gallery throws its doors open for a major exhibition showcasing Chinese treasures from the 1700s.
The public, especially females, should be cautious following the brazen stabbing murder.
Prime Minister won't confirm if Victoria will lose the $1.5bn pledged towards the East West Link.