Christina Zhou Buyers are being offered a feast of recycled properties, ranging from pubs to former churches.
Chris Vedelago The man once dubbed Australia's worst landlord has been slugged with a $3.3 million tax bill despite his being dead for more than two years.
Caroline Zielinski A 259-year-old historical tribute to Australia's famous navigator, Captain James Cook, has been vandalised just two days before Australia Day.
Paul Daffey The Junction Oval in St Kilda has been a stage for football theatre since 1886 when the St Kilda Football Club began playing there.
Benjamin Millar Homicide detectives are investigating the stabbing death of a 21-year-old Werribee man in the inner city.
Stephen Cauchi The man accused of murdering Werribee man Shaun Wright in Fitzroy in the early hours of Sunday morning has appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court.
Goya Dmytryshchak A man remains in hospital with life-threatening head injuries after being found in a Fitzroy street this morning.
Thomas O'Byrne Four youths have been charged in relation to alleged assaults in the Fitzroy Gardens last month, which left one man with a fractured spine.
Maris Beck Fitzroy Stars Aboriginal football club used to train on an old filled-up rubbish dump. This season, their luck is changing.
Kristian Silva A restaurant fire has caused traffic chaos in the inner-city suburb of Fitzroy.
Thieves used a taser to rob a 37-year-old man in Fitzroy North last night.
Craig Abraham spent Friday the 19th of August with tailor Tony Apidopoulis who is retiring after working in his Fitzroy store since 1976.
Megan Levy and Benjamin Preiss A motorcyclist has been critically injured in a crash following a police pursuit in Melbourne’s inner north this afternoon, police say.
Deborah Gough A perverted pirate with his pants down has got St Kilda watering hole Dog's Bar into trouble after local police received an obscenity complaint about the artwork in which the dirty old rogue's...
Deborah Gough Cassandra Devine was riding along Flinders Street when a door flew open, throwing her from her bike.
Aisha Dow Homelessness experts are pushing for the condition to be listed as an official cause of death, as murder, chronic illness and festering sores continue to claim the lives of some of Victoria's most...
Larissa Dubecki Diners, grab your cameras. People keen to immortalise their meals have won, with restaurants set to adopt a national policy encouraging the practice.
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Nino Bucci Police are alarmed by figures that show there are more assaults on Australia Day than any other public holiday.
Suzanne Carbone In my day, during a scorcher, teenagers cooled themselves outside a milk bar eating a Sunny Boy or Splice. Now, they are meeting at a frozen-yoghurt bar.