Craig Butt and Benjamin Preiss VCE students face an uphill battle to study science at university next year, if recent trends continue.
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...
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.
Adam Carey The inability to use Google to plot public transport journeys in Melbourne has long been a source of frustration, made all the more galling by the fact that it can be done in every other Australian...
Miki Perkins Healthy women giving birth in Victoria's private hospitals are almost twice as likely to have their babies delivered by caesarean section than those in the public system.
Clay Lucas Badly contaminated land in North Fitzroy that lies in the path of the East West Link freeway.
Daniella Miletic and Henrietta Cook A row is looming between the Victorian and federal governments over tens of millions of dollars in homelessness funding, with welfare groups warning of an explosion in the number of homeless people...
Carolyn Webb Staff of the National Trust of Victoria have been stunned to discover a murder mystery on their own doorstep.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker and Cameron Houston Outlaw motorcycle gangs have gained a foothold in Melbourne's lucrative car wash business after establishing a strong presence in the security, tattoo, brothel and debt collection industries.
Nick Toscano The state government has funded the first phase of the clean-up program to clear the ash.
Michael Short Ros Marsden, author of a book on manners, believes they help us navigate life with kindness. So, treat others as you'd like to be treated, and take that bloody phone off the table.
Simon Johanson A $350 million mega-tower proposed for La Trobe Street will be double the size of any other Melbourne apartment building and the third largest in the world by floor area, if approved.
Damien Murphy and Amanda Hoh Every surfer has been told at some point 'uou should have been here yesterday'.
Our sport team have asked and answered five questions about their predictions for 2014. How accurate will your predictions be?
Tom Arup As coal heats, vapours containing volatile organic matter are released. That begins a chemical reaction with oxygen in the atmosphere. To start a fire just a spark is needed.
Jill Stark A recent study has found one in three girls and a quarter of boys are depressed.
Benjamin Preiss A proposed new assessment system makes no mention that up to 40 per cent could fail a review.
Christina Zhou Buyers are being offered a feast of recycled properties, ranging from pubs to former churches.
Tom Arup The Napthine government faces a political backlash in the Latrobe Valley.
Joe Daunt He's the reigning Birdman Rally champion. He's after his eighth title at the Moomba Festival.