Latest Victoria news
Robyn Grace, Marissa Calligeros, Nick Toscano 5:36 PM Melbourne temperature drops 10 degrees in a matter of minutes.
Allison Worrall 5:34 PM
Allison Worrall, Robyn Grace 4:25 PM Almost 200 properties are under threat from an out-of-control bushfire burning about 80 kilometres north-west of Melbourne.
Adam Cooper 4:12 PM A netball administrator siphoned $209,000 of money earmarked for junior and social players into her own bank accounts because she felt the sport owed her, a court has heard.
Beau Donelly 2:40 PM Three years ago Abe Nouk taught himself to read and write. Next week he will perform at the Sydney Opera House, competing for the national title of the Australian Poetry Slam.
Mark Russell 2:25 PM A former Melbourne Grammar student had been acting strangely talking about werewolves before killing a homeless man, a court has heard.
Mark Russell 12:50 PM A man accused of preparing to fight in Syria did not tell his work colleagues what he was doing because he did not want them to think he was a weirdo, a court has heard.
Marissa Calligeros, Allison Worrall 12:12 PM An eagle-eyed Police Air Wing pilot spotted the missing walker sitting on a rock
Rania Spooner 8:14 AM Missing girl Lasela Fue has been found safe and well, while another Victorian girl, believed to have met a stranger online, remains missing.
Allison Worrall and Alana Schetzer 10:49 AM A bushfire destroyed a home south-west of Geelong on Monday night and threatened other homes before being brought under control by firefighters.
Mark Hawthorne, Josh Gordon 10:35 AM Minister for Women Fiona Richardson has been accused of using ALP membership records to try and stack government boards with higher income female party members.
Bridie Smith 9:47 AM As rats go, this one is pretty cute. And until Tuesday, the world was oblivious to its existence.
Nick Toscano, Beau Donelly 9:40 AM Victoria's disability minister says he is horrified by revelations of a "desensitising box" at a Melbourne autism centre, and has expanded a probe into one of the country's leading disability service providers.
Tom Arup 8:22 AM Victoria could hit its initial 20 per cent renewable energy target for 2020 by barely lifting a finger, energy analysts have found.
Aisha Dow 8:08 AM One in nine motorists tested for illicit drugs over the grand final long weekend returned a positive result.
Henrietta Cook 1:06 AM Private school parents set higher goals for their children than those with kids at state and Catholic schools, new research says.
Tom Cowie 11:49 PM Work will begin after Monday night's evening peak on the $1.34 billion widening of the Tullamarine Freeway and Citylink.
Allison Worrall 9:09 PM A 73-year-old bushwalker will spend his second night lost in a national park in Victoria's north after he failed to return from a hike on Sunday.
Aisha Dow 9:05 PM A pedestrian has been struck and killed by a train in Frankston on Monday.
Carolyn Webb 8:38 PM A new exhibition celebrates the volunteer-led transformation of Merri Creek.
Blair Thomson 8:30 PM Family and friends gathered in Beechworth on Monday to farewell Andrea Lehane, 34, who was killed after being hit by a mini-motorbike in a car park at the Carrum Downs shopping centre near Melbourne on September 23.
Allison Worrall 7:49 PM A bushfire has destroyed one home in a regional town south-west of Geelong, as residents of Wensleydale have been told to flee.
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.
Meet Daniel Andrews, the premier salesman trying to spruik Victoria on the world stage.
The Rail, Tram and Bus Union's march towards industrial action is not an isolated movement.
Our intake of Syrian refugees is not generous by world standards. Australia should double its intake.
Daniel Andrews needs to show that he cares about state schools.
Yes, the system is broken, but it is difficult to know who to blame for breaking it.
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.