Jane Lee Police have seized about 360 kilograms worth of cannabis plants and seedlings in raids in the state's east.
Nino Bucci, Thomas O'Byrne A 33-year-old woman was left bloodied after she was kidnapped in broad daylight and subjected to multiple sexual assaults.
Kristian Silva A man has died after his car crashed into a tree in Croydon on Saturday night.
A driver accused of hitting a Melbourne athletics coach and leaving him to die on the side of the road was told by his partner he'd struck someone, a court has heard.
Clay Lucas Tony Penna says his experience of the housing market in Southbank could appear in an economics textbook, so simple has been the impact of supply and demand.
Mark Russell A former member of the notorious Children of God sect, known as The Family, has been jailed for two years for threatening a police officer with a sawn-off shotgun.
Richard Willingham Long gone are the days where firefighters dealt with just fires. They pick up body parts, deal with murder victims and are often first on the scene at horrific road smashes.
Larry Schwartz and Andrew Dodd Protective services officers had not been introduced when Lionel Bersee was robbed on his way home after a year 12 legal studies exam.
Tammy Mills A former bottle-shop manager used a knife to hold up and steal from the very supermarkets he had worked at.
Henrietta Cook A teacher recruitment agency has pulled an ad for integration aides with “martial arts therapy” training after disability advocates raised concerns about the use of violence on disabled...
Chris Johnston On a five kilometre stretch of Victoria Road, behind Lilydale in the Yarra Valley, are three golf courses.
Mark Russell A Supreme Court judge has signed off on the $13.75 million settlement for the women involved in a class action against drug-addicted anaesthetist James Latham Peters for infecting them with hepatitis...
Benjamin Preiss A group of Victorian schools has watched in frustration as classrooms have deteriorated.
Mark Russell One of 50 women suing drug-addicted anaesthetist James Latham Peters for infecting them with hepatitis C has defended her decision to block settlement of the case, forcing it to go to trial.
Deborah Gough Police are investigating a series of deceptions where a stolen bank card has been used to make purchases at several locations in the eastern suburbs over a two day period.
Mark Russell The women involved in a class action against drug-addicted anaesthetist James Latham Peters for infecting them with hepatitis C have agreed in principle to settle the case for $13.75 million.
Chris Hingston An earthquake has hit Melbourne's outer east, rattling building and frightening residents.
Goya Dmytryshchak Police are seeking witnesses to two separate shootings in Melbourne overnight.
Steve Lillebuen A youth jobs crisis is threatening to expand across Melbourne after the biggest rise in the unemployment rate - in the eastern suburbs instead of the struggling west.
Mark Russell One of 50 women suing drug-addicted anaesthetist James Latham Peters for infecting them with hepatitis C is blocking settlement of the case, a court has heard.