Chris Hingston A female probationary driver who snuck her car onto the Albert Park grand prix track, only to become bogged in a gravel pit, has had her licence suspended.
Bridie Smith Study of Albert Park Lake's black swans finds the birds don't flee the annual event.
Andrea Petrie Murdered underworld boss Carl Williams grabbed $6000 from his father on his way to a meeting at a suburban swimming pool with a drug squad detective, a court has heard.
Mark Russell Drug squad detective told ACC he was having lunch with family and friends when he had a chance meeting with Carl Williams, a court heard today.
Mark Russell Drug squad detective Paul Dale has denied he had ever been looking for a contract to kill someone, a court has heard.
The Age's rolling coverage of Geoff Shaw's resignation from the Liberal Party and the repercussions for Premier Ted Baillieu.
Cameron Houston Prominent hoteliers Julian Gerner and Tom Walker have earned an enviable reputation.
Mark Russell A criminal associate of murdered underworld boss Carl Williams told a court on Monday how the killer claimed drug squad detective Paul Dale was his contact inside the Victorian police department.
Jason Dowling This weekend's Australian Grand Prix is likely to cost Victoria tens of millions of dollars, even when the value of extra tourism and media exposure are counted, a report has found.
Jason Dowling Comprehensive count of people attending next month's grand prix will not happen.
Mark Fogarty Irony of a formula one car spinning its wheels on ice seemed to be lost on some.
Henrietta Cook More than 170 Victorian state schools will close Thursday, as thousands of teachers, principals and support staff go on strike.
Henrietta Cook Major Events Minister Louise Asher says she "has no crystal ball" but hopes to retain the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Melbourne beyond 2015.
Jason Dowling and Henrietta Cook Former South Australian premier John Bannon, says his state made money from the event.
Daniella Miletic Much has changed since Noel Tovey was convicted of having gay sex more than 60 years ago. The prison he was sent to has closed. The law that made sexual activity between men a crime no longer exists.
Marika Dobbin With St Kilda's Luna Park and historic Palais theatre lit up in the foreground and Port Phillip Bay sparkling in the background, the private rooftop at 30 The Esplanade looks like a set from...
Carolyn Webb On APRIL 24, 1900, a man called John Freeman, 78, was laid to rest in Melbourne Cemetery.
Clay Lucas Residents of Toorak rake in four times the income of Melbourne's poorest suburb, Doveton.
Stephen Cauchi and Antoni Partington The built-up environs of Melbourne's CBD are hardly ideal for wildlife, but for one pair of peregrine falcons - the world's fastest animal - it is home sweet home.
Kristian Silva More than 11,000 runners took to the streets around St Kilda this morning for the Sunday Age City2Sea event.