Patrick Hatch, Nick Toscano A "city-shaping" Easter blitz on road, rail and tram works is expected to cause major delays for commuters across Melbourne, starting on Thursday morning.
ANNABEL ROSS Contemporary realist painter Robert Clinch is giving Poland a taste of urban Melbourne.
Five new neonatal intensive care unit cots will be funded in the May 6 state budget.
ADAM CAREY How much are you prepared to pay to reduce pedestrian injuries or deaths in car accidents?
Lucinda Schmidt Councils are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars defending court cases brought by dog owners challenging Victoria's controversial restricted breeds laws.
CAROLINE ZIELINSKI Despite what the supermarkets would have Melburnians believe, Easter is not just about chocolate and hot cross buns.
Nick Toscano Victoria's police union has raised concerns about the safety of the force's new uniforms.
BRIDIE SMITH Victoria's top medical research institutes face a funding crisis, with costs of research ballooning as state government support has flatlined.
Beau Donelly Australians spent a record $70.1 billion on credit cards between December and February.
Benjamin Preiss Harry Knock's first term teaching Indonesian and English at Eltham High School might have been his last.
CLAY LUCAS Before she started as an intern at a booming Melbourne arts publishing company, Colleen Chen was asked to sign a contract. It stated she would be unpaid for her 12-week placement. Any work she did would remain exclusively the company's possession. And she would not be covered by workplace insurance.
BEN SCHNEIDERS Local steel firms have missed out on work on the massive expansion of Webb Dock, in a move expected to lead to job losses at a major manufacturer in Premier Denis Napthine's electorate in Portland.
Lucinda Schmidt Victoria's restricted breed laws have failed to cut the number of dog attacks while costing local councils hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Steve Lillebuen 7:03pm Two children have died on Easter Sunday in Melbourne, sparking a homicide investigation.
CAROLINE ZIELINSKI 11:04am An 18-year-old man has lost his car just two weeks after gaining his licence following a police blitz in Geelong on Saturday night.
CAROLINE ZIELINSKI 11:14pm A young man is dead after being hit by a car in Melbourne’s east overnight, making him the first person to die on Victoria’s roads this Easter.
8:39am Two men have been rescued after being stranded on a mountain ledge for more than seven hours.
JILL STARK Australian football's first gay-pride game will be staged next month in a landmark AFL-sponsored event, led by country footballers.
FARRAH TOMAZIN Business wants the state government to set up aninfrastructure umpire to curb disputes.
FARRAH TOMAZIN After $180 million in taxpayer funds and years of political angst, the most bungled computer system to hit Victorian schools has finally been switched off.
FARRAH TOMAZIN Rail link would pass through contaminated sites and threaten environmentally sensitive areas.
Konrad Marshall and Matthew Knott The state's top private schools are locked in a facilities 'arms race', spending up to $20 million a year on upgrades to sports, arts and educational buildings.
Steve Lillebuen Homan Leung heard a gasp or two when he began the delicate process of awakening Bendigo's dragon. The 29-year-old, from Sydney, had been tucked inside the belly of his black and gold lion costume when it suddenly leapt to its feet and, like a big puppy dog, scampered around the stage before a few thousand people on Saturday.
Farrah Tomazin and Henrietta Cook The Napthine government's pledge to reform freedom-of-information laws is in disarray.
Susan Lyzac Life by the ever-flowing water can be both unnerving and inspiring.
Thanks to 'baseline sentencing', the state’s prison population will keep on rising.
From my childhood, I have been a lifelong victim to humiliating female-dares.
A fire destroys the Buchan Caves Hotel overnight, leaving a damage bill of about $1 million.
Notorious paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale has been sentenced to a further eight years in jail.
Ticket inspectors want firearms if the state government continues with plans for spot fines.
Woman turns herself in after receiving an SMS from police following a high-speed chase.