Adam Carey It seems life is anything but a beach for train travellers on the Altona loop.
Paul Millar A bloody feud between rival clans in Melbourne's west is believed to be linked to a teenager being shot in the face.
Thomas O'Byrne The routine arrest of a motorcyclist for speeding speeding in Altona last week led to the appearance of the Bomb Response Unit and the evacuation of a busy intersection.
Adrian Lowe Commuters in Melbourne's west and south-west endured major headaches and delays city-bound on Friday morning, with an equipment fault causing chaos for the rail network.
Nick Toscano A young couple and their baby have been forced to look for alternative accommodation after a car ploughed through into their lounge room in Altona Meadows overnight.
Adam Carey and Caroline Zielinski Peak-hour commuters hit by combination of long delays, over-crowded trains and substitute bus services as Metro attempts to complete its already delayed rail works.
Adrian Lowe Train commuters face yet another day of delays and cancellations as rail works continue to play havoc across the network.
Dan Oakes Caught on camera in the dead of night, with an item of washing draped over his head, the man managed to look both menacing and ridiculous.
Peter Ker More than 450 jobs at Shell's Geelong oil refinery are in grave danger.
Goya Dmytryshchak Homicide Squad detectives say there was no dispute over drugs before a 21-year-old woman was shot at St Albans this morning.
Carolyn Webb Five Australians have been newly identified among soldier remains recovered from the World War I Battle of Fromelles.
Stephen Cauchi A one-man crime spree in Melbourne's north-west may have ended following the arrest of a 31-year-old Point Cook man.
Adrian Lowe A motorcyclist has been killed in a crash with a truck on a key freeway in Melbourne's west.
A serial sex offender who preyed on teenage girls online and repeatedly asked them to send nude photos to him has been jailed for 15 months.
Deborah Gough An inner metropolitan rail tunnel is the linchpin for Melbourne’s rail growth and without it other network expansions would be impossible, the state’s public transport chief says.
Henrietta Cook More than 170 Victorian state schools will close Thursday, as thousands of teachers, principals and support staff go on strike.
Farrah Tomazin Hundreds of old public schools are lying vacant around the state - and many could soon be sold off by the Baillieu government to build more private schools.
Deborah Gough The 14-year-old boy had gone with his stepfather to reassure two girls that they were safe in their house in Scarsdale, a small town – barely a town – outside Ballarat in the early hours of...
Richard Willingham Nearly 40 per cent of Victoria's electorates are too big or too small, according to new figures.
Jason Dowling Catching a boat to commute to work could soon become a part of Melbourne life.