Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Inner city Melbourne school principals are worried that changes to the rules for school councils will make their dealings with parents harder
Jessica Wright Whether you are a bird headed for the Cage, a VRC member or a guest, or if you simply have a general admission ticket for the Big Dance - then we have the lowdown on where you should be and what's on...
Shane Green Melbourne's high-rise boom is being dominated by second-rate buildings, according to a leading international architecture expert.
Craig Butt and Benjamin Preiss VCE students face an uphill battle to study science at university next year, if recent trends continue.
Allison Worrall Homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious death of an elderly man in Yarraville in Melbourne's west.
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.
Craig Butt Victorian parliamentarians have amassed more than 150,000 Twitter follows, but lag behind many of their federal, and even local, government counterparts.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent The Liberals and the Greens have denied doing a deal after both parties registered preference-free how to vote cards with the Victorian electoral commission.
Richard Willingham, Allison Worrall MELBOURNE, Nov 23 AAP - The Victorian government is in damage control a week out from the state election after sacking a candidate whose campaign was set to include an adult film star.
Tammy Mills An inmate at Port Phillip Prison has been taken to hospital following a stabbing on Sunday.
Cameron Houston and Tammy Mills Outlaw bikie gangs involved in extortion are the main suspects in an arson attack on a St Kilda restaurant.
A counterfeit money-making operation in Victoria's west has been busted with the arrests of three people and seizure of fake notes and counterfeiting equipment, police say.
A man who fell asleep in the lounge of his north Melbourne home has woken to find the place well alight.
Anna Whitelaw A man has caused mayhem on the Calder Freeway on Saturday morning after allegedly speeding along the wrong side of the road for five kilometres, forcing other motorists to swerve out of the way.
Peter Wilmoth 24 years after she made history by becoming the first female premier of Victoria, Joan Kirner continues to be active in politics.
Goya Dmytryshchak Police seized a large amount of alcohol during a raid on the clubhouse of an outlaw motorcycle gang at Williamstown.
Janine Joseph The nearby Dandenongs are a breath of fresh air after the big smoke, says Janine Joseph.
Goya Dmytryshchak A two-year-old boy was trapped in a drain for an hour after a mishap in the backyard of his Blackburn home on Saturday night.
Goya Dmytryshchak A truck driver had his b double impounded under hoon legislation after police found a mother and her 14-month-old child travelling in the rear cabin.