Caulfield

Police search for missing Caulfield man Christos Pitsos

Christos Pitsos.

Stephen Cauchi A Caulfield man, 70, has gone missing after heading out for pizza.

Tradesman killed, another injured in Caulfield South building collapse

A still from Nine News, showing a man being attended to by paramedics at the scene of the Caulfield Wall collapse.

Jessica Wright One man has died and another man is injured after a wall collapsed at a building site in Melbourne.

Hammer used in Caulfield North robbery attempt

Rania Spooner A man has been assaulted with a hammer in a botched roadside robbery in Melbourne's inner east.

One missing after Caulfield house fire

Goya Dmytryshchak Firefighters hold fears for a person missing after a house fire in South Caulfield.

Caulfield siege ends in man's arrest

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.

How the waist was won - and in the marquees at Caulfield

punters at the Caulfield cup on Saturday October 20,2012.

Carli Philips The Marie Antoinette theme in one marquee suggested crinolines, but the peplum was the most popular silhouette at the Caulfield Cup.

Body of naked woman found in Caulfield laneway

Jane Holroyd Police are investigating following the discovery of a woman’s body in a laneway in Caulfield South early this morning.

Gusty winds, thunderstorms for Victoria overnight

Alana Schetzer Thunderstorms are moving through parts of Victoria with gusty winds bringing down tree branches in greater Melbourne.

In love, sometimes the shoe just fits

John Elder Valerie Stow met her husband Barry 44 years ago. She tells the story. I was 24, a single mother with a daughter 3½ years old, and still waiting for a divorce.

Knowledge test will 'weed out' Melbourne's worst taxi drivers

The Age 
Picture by Wayne Taylor
27th November 2012
Generic picture of Taxis at Melbourne Airport.

Adam Carey The forthcoming taxi Knowledge test will put Melbourne's prospective cabbies and some current drivers through a rigorous, three-hour exam in which they must answer 85 per cent of 155 questions...

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Dandenong rail line on track for years of disruption

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Adam Carey Passengers face the prospect of several years of severe overcrowding and declining reliability.

Man critically wounded in street stabbing

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Goya Dmytryshchak A man was stabbed in the neck during a street fight in Balaclava on Saturday night.

Man charged over Balaclava stabbing

Chris Hingston A man has been charged following a stabbing in Balaclava that left another man fighting for his life.

Lloyd Williams to sell Macedon Lodge and move race empire to Peninsula

Lloyd Williams

Patrick Bartley and Simon Johanson Racing identity and four-time Melbourne Cup winner Lloyd Williams will relocate his multimillion-dollar thoroughbred empire to the Mornington Peninsula and put his racehorse factory at Mount Macedon,...

Man jailed for racist bus rant

Racist bus rant.

Adam Cooper One man is in jail and another is awaiting sentence for racially abusing a French woman on a Melbourne bus, in violent, expletive-ridden tirades that gained international attention.

Carolyn Webb

Salvos' missions of mercy on the Metro

Carolyn Webb The mission of the Salvation Army's Metro Transit Teams is to tend to vulnerable people on our trains: the drunk, the drugged and the lost.

Navel-gazing labours on

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Slogans aren't ALP's strong point but how about this for post-election: 'Have Navel. Will Gaze.'

Healing histories

Driver Hector Thomson.

Alistair Thomson Sometimes you can't write the history that needs to be told. In 1986, the draft first edition of my book Anzac Memories reported that my grandfather, Hector Thomson, contracted malarial encephalitis...

Geelong Grammar wins equal opportunity exemption to increase enrolment of girls

Geelong Grammar

Benjamin Preiss One of Victoria's most prestigious schools has won an exemption from equal opportunity laws so it can maintain an even mix of boys and girls.

Restaurateur Joel Distiller says attack on his family home is attempted murder

Fire destroys home in Sycamore Street, Caulfield South

Deborah Gough A Caulfield South man believes he is the victim of a vendetta and has described a fire at his home overnight as the "attempted murder" of his sleeping family.