Steve Butcher A daredevil circus stunt rider who caused "horrific" injuries to his passenger in a car crash while drunk, speeding and unlicenced has been jailed by a Melbourne judge.
Goya Dmytryshchak A man will appear in court on Saturday morning charged with the rape of a teenage girl in Melbourne’s south-east last month.
Tammy Mills A former Carlton football star will face court charged with up to 30 largely assault-related offences.
Robyn Grace A man has been bashed and his passport, plane and cruise tickets stolen after a vicious early morning attack in Melbourne’s inner north.
Michelle Griffin, Chris Vedelago and Caroline Zielinski A North Melbourne man in his 20s is being questioned by police after driving a stolen ute along the footpath of Rathdowne Street before plowing into the front of the Paragon Cafe, connected to...
Tammy Mills The man accused of driving into the window of a Melbourne cafe and assaulting the off-duty policeman who arrested him had to be forced to appear before the Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Friday.
Mark Russell A woman has admitted speeding through a red light in Carlton and running over and killing a couple visiting from NSW to watch the Sydney Swans play Richmond at the MCG.
The families of a NSW couple fatally run down in Melbourne say they will never forgive the driver.
Jason Dowling An expanded Melbourne central business district could add 220,000 new residents in the next three decades, according to a new planning report.
Thomas O'Byrne A 33-year-old woman has been arrested in relation to a dog attack in Carlton last month.
A Wollongong man was killed and his partner was critically injured after coming to Melbourne to watch the football.
Jane Lee A train has clipped a car and is blocking traffic in Melbourne's north.
Andrea Petrie A man who shot two people dead at a Carlton gaming venue has been convicted of two counts of murder.
Mark Russell Details suppressed as woman accused of culpable driving in the deaths of visiting Sydney Swans fans appears before magistrate.
Carolyn Webb Yes, there are the gangsters, armed robbers and violent drunks but policing in the heart of Carlton has had its perks.
Denise Gadd The planet is a winner at the 15th annual Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, with the best-in-show garden going to 'Our Plants Our Planet'.
Henrietta Cook The director of free-market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs may run for preselection.
Adam Cooper A court hearing for construction giant Grocon over a wall collapse that killed three people could hear from up to 55 witnesses across 11 days, a magistrate has been told.
Deborah Gough Police are stabbing in the dark if they are trying to improve cycling safety with a blitz on red-light runners and those who don't wear helmets, one of the country's leading researchers into cycling...
Farrah Tomazin Former Carlton president John Elliott is considering running for preselection in Ted Baillieu’s blue ribbon seat of Hawthorn, with the 72-year-old boldy declaring he could help the Napthine...