Jessica Wright Record crowds are expected to flood Caulfield Racecourse on Saturday for the first day of the Caulfield Cup Carnival.
Caroline Zielinski An iconic mural painted by disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris more than two decades ago will be removed by victims of sexual abuse in the wake of the entertainer's jail sentence for the sexual assault...
Jo Davy The group behind a proposed mosque in Bendigo has denied claims it is planning “mega mosques” for Balwyn, Toorak and Caulfield.
Mark Russell A woman has pleaded guilty to illegally running a migration agency from her Caulfield North home.
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.
Mark Russell When Julie Woirnarski died, she left her entire $1.7 million estate to her near-destitute sister Elena, living in Spain.
Rania Spooner A man has been assaulted with a hammer in a botched roadside robbery in Melbourne's inner east.
Stephen Cauchi A Caulfield man, 70, has gone missing after heading out for pizza.
Jessica Wright One man has died and another man is injured after a wall collapsed at a building site in Melbourne.
Carli Philips The Marie Antoinette theme in one marquee suggested crinolines, but the peplum was the most popular silhouette at the Caulfield Cup.
Jane Holroyd Police are investigating following the discovery of a woman’s body in a laneway in Caulfield South early this morning.
Goya Dmytryshchak Firefighters hold fears for a person missing after a house fire in South Caulfield.
Chris Hingston A 44-year-old man has been arrested by police, following the end of 19-hour Caulfield siege where a nail gun was fired at neighbouring properties.
Mark Russell A Melbourne grandmother accused of being a heroin dealer seeks bail to look after her four-year-old granddaughter.
Meredith Fuller The energy inside my head transports me to everywhere I have been.
Clay Lucas Planning Minister Matthew Guy's revamp of Melbourne's residential zones could be overturned if Labor wins this month's state election, with the opposition promising a major review of the new rules.
Patrick Bartley and Deborah Gough The VRC and Racing Victoria will dispense with the avenue of honour at Thursday's Oaks day and for Saturday's Emirates Stakes meetings in a bid to avoid a recurrence of the incident that resulted in...
Deborah Gough Horseracing activists and the RSPCA have called for a banning of the whip after the death of Melbourne Cup favourite Admire Rakti.
Tammy Mills Police have serious concerns for a man who has been missing from his Melbourne residential care facility for 24 hours.
Alana Schetzer Standing in a paddock in the sun-soaked Flemington Racecourse, former Cox Plate winner Maldivian still thinks he has what it takes to win the $3 million race.