Caroline Zielinski Despite what the supermarkets would have Melburnians believe, Easter is not just about chocolate and hot cross buns.
Beau Donelly Australians spent a record $70.1 billion on credit cards between December and February.
Adam Carey How much are you prepared to pay to reduce pedestrian injuries or deaths in car accidents?
Benjamin Preiss Harry Knock's first term teaching Indonesian and English at Eltham High School might have been his last.
Nick Toscano Victoria's police union has raised concerns about the safety of the force's new uniforms.
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.
Bridie Smith Victoria's top medical research institutes face a funding crisis, with costs of research ballooning as state government support has flatlined.
Craig Butt and Benjamin Preiss VCE students face an uphill battle to study science at university next year, if recent trends continue.
Construction sites are risky environments and incidents such as Melbourne's triple-fatal wall collapse can sometimes occur, the head of construction company Grocon says.
Jason Dowling One hundred and forty staff at state government developer Places Victoria will go into their Easter break with no idea whether they have a job, after they were told at a briefing Wednesday all...
Steve Lillebuen Two children have died on Easter Sunday in Melbourne, sparking a homicide investigation.
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 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.
Cameron Houston and Mary Alexander A town was fearful of Glenn Sanders in the days before his death.
Adam Carey Should Labor win the November state election, there is no legal impediment stopping it from tearing up the contract for the East West Link if it is sincere in its opposition to the road project,...
Steve Lillebuen Jill Meagher's widowed husband has broken his silence to support abused women, warning against ''ingrained sexism'' and the ''monster myth'' around men who commit appalling crimes.
Caroline Zielinski The RSPCA has slammed the state government's "last-minute" amendments to the animal welfare breeding code and accused it of backflipping on key policies designed to stamp out illegal puppy farms.
Caroline Zielinski Police are chasing a thief who stole French military leader Napoleon Bonaparte's ring, hair, snuff box and a ribbon inscribed by Napoleon himself in 1815 from a house in Melbourne's south-east.
Police have searched a far north Queensland property over an unsolved $4 million armoured car robbery on a Melbourne freeway almost 20 years ago.