Aisha Dow A woman in her 90s has been killed by a reversing car in Melbourne's east.
Patrick Hatch Three people believed to be behind a destructive rampage in Melbourne’s east are on the run after their night ended in a fiery car crash.
Aisha Dow A fire has broken out at the new Australian Tax Office tower in Box Hill.
Patrick Hatch A man was left cut and bloodied after being glassed during a brawl at a suburban mall in Melbourne's east.
Thomas O'Byrne Two people have been charged after a 42-year-old woman was found suffering from multiple stab wounds in a suburban street in Melbourne's east.
Adrian Lowe A woman is in hospital after she was found stabbed in a street in Melbourne's east.
Alana Schetzer There is no such thing as a lazy moment for Liza Carroll. In between working as a cord blood technician and being a mother of four, Carroll is training for this year's The Sunday Age City2Sea,...
Aisha Dow More than half the city's cranes are swinging over the suburbs as the high-rise development boom takes hold beyond the CBD.
Adam Cooper A woman who bashed, repeatedly stabbed and threatened to kill an associate's ex-girlfriend has been jailed for five and a half years.
Steve Butcher A teenager's robbery spree that stripped victims of mobile phones and cash included one attack he helped unleash after leaving his 19th birthday party at home.
Deborah Gough Passengers travelling to the match of the round between rivals Geelong and Hawthorn have been warned to allow an extra hour to travel to the game after a crash on the Geelong line overnight.
Mark Russell A Chinese national has been jailed for four months for money laundering after being handed two bags containing more than $800,000 in cash outside North Sydney railway station.
Clay Lucas Renters could get new protection from having large numbers of prospective buyers coming through their homes for "open for inspections" when the house they live in is put up for sale.
Benjamin Preiss, Henrietta Cook The finances of Victoria's TAFE sector are deteriorating, with a report by the financial watchdog revealing a $16.2 million net deficit in 2013.
Jane Lee Should landlords be able to post photos of your furniture on the internet without your permission?
Beau Donelly A man who was caught speeding in a street in Melbourne's east has told police he broke the law because his passenger needed to answer the call of nature.
Tammy Mills Police say an incident on the train line at Windsor on Thursday night was "attempted self-harm".
Anna Whitelaw Two bushwalkers who went missing in a blizzard on Mount Bogong in the state’s north-east were found alive after surviving freezing temperatures on Saturday night.
Aisha Dow Melbourne’s suburban edge could expand to Wallan and Bacchus Marsh in the next 40 years, if the city’s middle suburbs were entirely protected from development.
Kate Hagan Increased funding for hospitals is not enough to meet growing demand and will do little to reduce waiting lists for elective surgery and ease pressures on overcrowded emergency departments, doctors...