Adam Carey Three railway lines will be completely shut down for more than three weeks from Saturday until January 19 as work on the regional rail link, the state's biggest infrastructure project, goes into...
Goya Dmytryshchak and Stephen Cauchi Bendigo council will announce shortly whether New Year’s Eve fireworks will be cancelled after a young girl was killed on Monday by a falling tree branch.
A man accused of beating a baby to death during a burglary at a Victorian home will stand trial for murder.
Darren Gray Wearing bright orange safety clothes, the workman strides purposefully towards the tram carrying a tin of green paint and a paintbrush.
Thomas O'Byrne Rural commuters face lengthy delays after a freight train caught fire in central Victoria.
Megan Levy A man has allegedly been kidnapped at gunpoint after a car-jacking near Bendigo this morning.
Adrian Lowe One of Australia's best-known banks is suing Melbourne's Crown casino, claiming it should have realised that one of its employees stole the millions of dollars she gambled away.
Adam Carey When Metro services were extended to Sunbury on November 18, travellers further along the Bendigo line in towns such as Kyneton and Castlemaine also saw their journeys extended
Darren Gray Former jail, opened in 1861 and closed in 2006, is set for an overhaul.
John Elder The royal face of Monaco dazzled at an exhibition dedicated to Grace Kelly.
Nino Bucci Police searching for a gunman in Bendigo have arrested a man who returned to the scene of the incident.
Jill Stark It is a hot, dry Tuesday afternoon in a country Victorian classroom. As they do every day, the children of 4D are talking about their feelings.
Richard Willingham Pubs and clubs in country Victoria, including Bendigo and Ballarat, are going largely unchecked by liquor and gaming inspectors because of cuts to the state's alcohol and gaming authority.
Beau Donelly and Richard Willingham The Victorian economy has been dealt yet another blow with Telstra slashing more than 300 jobs in Melbourne.
Aisha Dow and Chloe Booker Australians aged 15 to 24 are struggling to find jobs in the ripples of the global financial crisis.
Adrian Lowe Good afternoon. This is The Age's live coverage of Victoria's bushfire emergency on February 9, 2014.
Darren Gray and Aisha Dow The number of Victorian homes destroyed by 'ferocious' fires in the past week could exceed 50, police say.
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Caroline Zielinski Residents were allowed to return to see their fire-damaged properties north of Melbourne on Wednesday afternoon after the worst bushfires since Black Saturday.
Hannah Knight A Bendigo man has been refused bail on charges of rape and false imprisonment in the Bendigo Magistrates Court.