Latest Victoria news
A man has been seriously injured after being hit by a jet-ski at Sandridge Beach at Port Melbourne.
The number of people affected by a "serious outbreak" of salmonella linked to popular pre-packaged supermarket salads has almost doubled and is expected to keep rising, while the cause of the health emergency remains a mystery.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has written to the Prime Minister offering to "accept full responsibility" for the families and children brought to Australia from Nauru.
Four people have been injured, two seriously, following a hit and run accident in Melbourne's west on Friday night.
It was during the recent late January blizzard that Babu Ji NYC's success really sank in, Dani Valent says.
A 25-year-old man has been charged over the alleged stabbing of two men at Federation Square in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Asian culinary delights, some with innovative Western twists, are attracting crowds to Docklands.
Sarah Kaplan 9:16 AM Noela Rukundo sat in a car outside her home in Melbourne's west, watching as the last few mourners filed out. They were leaving a funeral - her funeral.
Melbourne's northern suburbs are absorbing thousands of new homes within existing streets, while large swathes of "green leafy" suburbs in Melbourne's inner east have are being shielded from densification.
Road giant Transurban is set to reap tens of billions of dollars tolling CityLink users for up to 12 additional years under its proposal to build a second crossing linking western and central Melbourne
Beefed-up rules promising to protect labour-hire workers from exploitation have put the Andrews government on a collision course with Victoria's most powerful business lobby.
At least three small planes set out on the convoy for King Island, taking off from Moorabbin Airport for a weekend of cheese, music and horse racing. One plane didn't make it.
More Victorian schools have been targeted with hoax threats following similar incidents nationwide over the past week.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested following an alleged daylight sexual assault near the Fountain Gate shopping centre car park.
Art student Joshua Hardy who was fatally bashed outside a McDonald's had been drunk on the night but was not angry or aggressive.
To prevent repeat robbery, reinforced glass was used to encase icon and worshippers' offerings. The glass was impregnable - so thieves made off with the case, and its contents too.
Police are investigating after a body was found following a car fire near Wandong, 50km north of Melbourne on Friday.
'All the expectations and hopes of a mother have been terribly shattered' court hears, as judge orders jailed killer to pay $110,000.
Looking up through the swirling core of its white curves and sparkling lights, this soon-to-be hospital looks like a modern art museum.
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A twenty-one year old man, Adem Arpaci, has been charged after the death of two people in a crash last week.
Lifting the GST to pay for company and personal income tax cuts would do nothing to tackle a yawning $26.5 billion funding gap for Victorian schools and hospitals, the state government has warned.
A man has been arrested following a crash in Keilor East that killed two people.
Melbourne now has a barista locum service so that cafes do not have to put ordinary staff behind their coffee machine if the usual coffee wizard calls in sick or wants to go on leave.
Commonwealth Bank staff were allegedly complicit in a $76 million Ponzi scheme and received secret commissions for their role in the alleged fraud, which was ignored by the bank's management for almost five years - until police were alerted.
Melbourne's coffee queues are the new frontline in etiquette school, with some cafes banning customers from ordering their caffeine hit while using their mobile phone.
The chief executive of the National Trust of Victoria, Martin Purslow has resigned, following the mass exodus of seven members of a 12-person board.
Thousands of people have marched through Melbourne to demand asylum seekers be allowed to remain in Australia and the closure of offshore detention centres.
Matthew Graham – known on his empire of darknet paedophilia websites as "Lux" – was, according to his family, a normal suburban Melbourne boy until he was 15.
Victorian public school students receive the least government funding in the country, and the gap is widening.
Victoria is facing an infrastructure fiasco rivalling the desalination plant.
In a crook of a hill outside Melbourne, a rare example of Victoria's heritage is crumbling.
We must demand transparency and a change in attitude at Bacchus Marsh Hospital.
Environment Minister is still playing Abbott-style politics and his proposals ignore fiscal realities.
We have the world's most urban culture but we see ourselves as red-dirters, outbackers, bushies.
The decline in workplace deaths would have been unachievable without the vigilance of unions.
The recent Lancefield bushfires highlight the need to have a plan and then use it.
Premier Daniel Andrews has stuck to his guns, and his commitments.
In less than a week, the bushfire season has descended upon us.
Victim of Brownless' "strippers" comment says the AFL chief should use his power to change the culture of The Footy Show.
Passenger films a V/Line employee as he repeatedly kicks and punches a 46-year-old man at Broadford station.
Daniel Andrews wants the allocated $3 billion for East West link to fund the Melbourne Metro.
We export the largest quantity of this meat in the world, but most Australians know little about goat farming.