A trip to the snow can cost an arm and a leg, but the state government has been sent a plan - as yet unreleased - that could change all that.
A man is facing charges after making a citizen's arrest in Melbourne's north on Friday night.
Victoria must be careful not to blow all its celebrated budget surplus on $300,000 a year spin doctors.
A woman has died in hospital after a two-car crash at Cranbourne, in Melbourne's south-east.
A festival goer at Groovin the Moo music concert in Bendigo was hospitalised with suspected spinal injuries on Saturday.
Blue skies and sunshine replaced the predicted rain clouds Saturday morning, but the Bureau of Meteorology says Melbourne could get a bit of rain on Sunday.
The Andrews government is planning to privatise more state-owned assets to help pay for billions of dollars' worth of road and rail projects over the next decade – but won't say which ones could be sold off.
Plans to electronically track Victoria's most violent offenders for life have come under question after victims' advocates and the government's own research conceded the technology is not always reliable.
Obese people face a vicious spiral of inactivity, leading to chronic pain, and pain-relieving drugs that cause weight to rise, an international expert will warn Australian anaesthetists.
A Melbourne man who allegedly murdered his mother is suffering from depression, a court has heard.
A man, aged in his 30s, has been arrested after allegedly barricading himself inside a Moonee Ponds chemist.
Thief took car from Kensington service station without realising guide dog was inside, but later dropped the dog off.
Police allegedly caught a 31-year-old man travelling 72 kilometres over the speed limit in Kew, with a blood alcohol reading more than three times the limit.
There are times in Melbourne when it is impossible to imagine anything fragile surviving. The aggressive and bustling hurry of hundreds of thousands of people to make the tram home at 6pm; the unforgiving noise and the endless additions of new pockets to the concrete jungle.
When Numan Haider pulled a knife from his clothing, two policemen had no doubt of his intentions.
A man who escaped from the Dhurringile Prison earlier this week has been arrested by police – after being spotted waiting at a bus stop.
Police have charged a 44-year-old man with murder after a Bentleigh grandmother was found dead on Tuesday.
Pain and suffering claim dropped, but sailor tells Court of Appeal she's still wanting to be reimbursed for her economic loss since son was born.
Two months after a Wendouree cattle dog breeder Fiona McCoy had 52 dogs taken from her, the RSPCA says it has seized 20 more dogs, this time from her Wendouree home
A woman has died and a man has suffered critical injuries in a head-on collision north of Melbourne.
Thugs are not targeting Asian international students based on their ethnicity, police say, amid a wave of robberies reported near the University of Melbourne.
Anti-corruption commission report says a "malevolent culture of non-compliance and entitlement" saw millions funnelled from state schools into disgraced executive's pockets.
Melbourne's "missing link" connecting the Ring Road at Greensborough to EastLink is "utterly overdue", Opposition Leader Matthew Guy says.
In the warmer months, when the leaves are green and the sunlight shines through them and falls on the grass just so, Andrew Noble is very busy.
'I love them and I will never see them again' father who sexually abused his baby twin surrogate daughters tells court.
Metro Trains has been told to fix serious safety flaws that contributed to the death of an 18-year-old man who fell between a moving train and platform in Toorak two years ago, or risk further casualties on Melbourne's railways.
Mother-of-three who killed ice-addict lover after her life spiralled out of control following a boating tragedy which claimed life of her five-year-old son has been released.
Victoria is in for a rainy, windy weekend but, forecasters say, temperatures shouldn't drop too dramatically.
On the fertile plains at Denison in Gippsland, the Lamb family has been milking cows for decades. And over the years, the family has been loyal suppliers to dairy processor Murray Goulburn.
Thirty years ago, when Chernobyl blew up in the world's worst peacetime nuclear disaster, Olena Fedorova's young life changed as she slept. She was six.
The appointment of the first Muslim woman to a Victorian court has prompted bigoted tirades criticising the government's decision.
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.
Privatising the port to pay for level-crossing removals is a modern version of the pea and thimble trick.