Dandenong

Man stabbed in Dandenong home invasion

Deborah Gough Four men invaded a Dandenong North man's home on Saturday morning, stabbing him in the face and upper body before fleeing.

Concern locals being forgotten in rush to sign contracts for Dandenong rail project

Concerned Monash mayor Geoff Lake.

Adam Carey and Konrad Marshall Communities in Melbourne’s south-east fear their voices will be ignored by the Napthine government as it rushes to sign contracts for the multibillion-dollar Dandenong rail corridor project...

The Hazaras of Dandenong

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Laurie Nowell Walk into the Bestway Supermarket on Dandenong's Lonsdale Street and you will see 20-litre cans of sunflower oil and 80-litre cooking pots stacked neatly near the entrance.

Man jailed for 10 years for deliberately running down former girlfriend in Dandenong

Supreme Court

Mark Russell A man who deliberately ran over his 16-year-old former girlfriend because she rejected him has been jailed for 10 years.

Cots to close at Dandenong Hospital

Eugenia Sequeira-Leo with a photograph of her new son Levi.

Kate Hagan A decision to close six special care nursery cots at Dandenong Hospital and move them 16 kilometres away to Casey Hospital in Berwick will make it harder for families to help feed and care for their...

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.

VicRoads KO's 'lite' rail changes on Dandenong line

Artist's impression.

Adam Carey Low-cost Metro proposal to fix six level crossings along Melbourne's most congested railway line was rejected by Napthine government for a more expensive plan to remove just four crossings, because...

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Three dead in Oakleigh accident, Warrigal and Dandenong roads

Fatal crash in Oakleigh

Alana Schetzer and Caroline Zielinski The man at the centre of a triple fatality in Oakleigh has been discharged from hospital.

Boy, 3, killed in house fire in Potter Street, Dandenong

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Beau Donelly A toddler is dead after a fire broke out in a block of units in Melbourne's south east.

Dandenong fault triggers long rail delays on Cranbourne, Pakenham lines

Adrian Lowe Commuters on two train lines in Melbourne's south-east face long delays after an equipment fault at one of the city's busiest train stations.

Shots fired at Dandenong tattoo parlour

Police at the Nitro Ink tattoo parlour in Dandenong.

Nino Bucci and Rania Spooner A bitter war between bikie gangs may have spilled from New South Wales into Victoria.

Five arrested in Dandenong over robberies, burglary, extortion

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Thomas O'Byrne Police have arrested five men in relation to a string of armed robberies, aggravated burglaries and extortion carried out in Melbourne's east.

Fight ends in bottle stabbing in Dandenong

Deborah Gough A man is in a serious condition after being stabbed repeatedly with a broken bottle in Dandenong on Friday night.

Toddler found dangling in Dandenong lift shaft

A CFA member managed to pull the child to safety.

Jane Holroyd A toddler has been rescued by firefighters after managing to get stuck beneath an elevator between the floors of a building in Melbourne’s south-east late yesterday.

Peak hour delays in Melbourne's South East

Garbage truck stuck

Patrick Hatch Garbage truck has been removed from a sinkhole in Armadale, but Orrong Road remains closed

Improve system to weed out bad drivers: coroner

Adam Cooper A coroner has stopped short of calling for doctors to be legally compelled to warn VicRoads if their patients are unfit to drive because of mental-health problems or drug and alcohol dependence.

Long-term road map for growth in West Gippsland

New residents: Michael and Ali Beamish with daughters  Anneke, 1, and Ainslie, 3.

Darren Gray It is a picturesque part of Victoria well known for its rolling green hills, fertile dairy farms and pretty country towns.

White van may hold key to Geck Gov's disturbing murder

Geck Gov

Tammy Mills When the sun came up in the suburbs, neighbours found Gek Gov's body in the driveway 45 minutes after they first heard her scream.

Emailing porn at work not automatically sackable, court finds

Security threats at Victoria's courts are soaring.

Nick Toscano Australia's federal court has upheld a ruling that emailing pornography in the workplace is not automatically a sackable offence.

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Snow falls in Melbourne's outer suburbs as Victoria braces for extreme weather

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Patrick Hatch Icy temperatures hit Melbourne overnight after reports of snow in the outer suburbs on Thursday.