Caroline Zielinski Police are looking for a group of teenagers who assaulted and robbed three boys after a wild party last Friday in Melbourne's east which left smashed windows, broken fences and damaged cars in its...
Police pelted with bottles at out-of-control party in Ranfurlie Avenue, Glen Waverley that was advertised on Facebook
Caroline Zielinski Smashed windows, broken fences, damaged cars and two arrests are just some of the remnants of a house party gone wild on Friday night in Melbourne’s south-east.
Caroline Zielinski A man robbed the same service station in Melbourne's south-east twice in 44 hours while armed with a meat cleaver, police say.
Sunday Age photographer Craig Sillitoe visited Glen Waverly where 22.4% of the suburb's population is Chinese.
Mex Cooper Rail commuters on the Glen Waverley line face a long trip home with buses replacing trains.
Adam Carey The level of overcrowding on Melbourne's trains has jumped significantly this year, new data shows, with almost one in two peak-hour commuters on the city's worst affected lines forced to squeeze...
Nick Toscano Spring thunderstorms caused flash flooding, property damage and the evacuation of major shopping precincts on Tuesday as heavy rain bucketed down on the city.
Steve Butcher A teenager's robbery spree that stripped victims of mobile phones and cash included one attack he helped unleash after leaving his 19th birthday party at home.
Aisha Dow More than half the city's cranes are swinging over the suburbs as the high-rise development boom takes hold beyond the CBD.
Benjamin Millar A woman was killed after being hit by a car while crossing the road in Melbourne's east on Saturday night.
Deborah Gough A Melbourne tour operator will again face court after trying to hire a young woman as a contractor on as little as $9 an hour.
Nino Bucci Four police stations in Melbourne's east would close and be replaced with the first of Chief Commissioner Ken Lay's "super sites" under a plan being pushed by force command.
Carolyn Webb More than 100 charity bins have been removed from Melbourne’s railway stations, and replaced by bins from a private for-profit recycling company.
Deborah Gough Are Australian magpies warbling and swooping earlier this year? Probably.
Adam Cooper A family's computer was used to visit a website selling chloroform before a murder-suicide in which a husband and wife and their two young children died, an inquest has heard.
Craig Butt and Allison Worrall More languages are spoken in Melbourne than there are countries in the world, a cacophony of 251 tongues whose voices stretch to all corners of the city.
Cameron Houston Chief Commissioner Ken Lay has conceded that a key promise by the state government to assign two protective services officers at all metropolitan train stations would not be honoured in time for the...
Tammy Mills It was shortly before midnight on Friday and the scene at Melbourne airport was the same you would see any night.
Konrad Marshall From a distance, the flowers placed on the casket at Springvale Crematorium looked a little like proteas or bottlebrush, but they were banksias.
Nino Bucci Many Victorians want more police stations but Commissioner favours extra police patrols.