Heidelberg

Relatives clash after fatal shooting in Heidelberg West

Michael Jones

Nick Toscano Distraught relatives of a man shot dead in Melbourne's north-east say they know who killed him, warning police to 'go find him before we do'.

Bodies of man and woman found in house in Ramu Parade, Heidelberg West

Police station sign

Nino Bucci and Caroline Zielinski The deaths of two people whose bodies were found in their Heidelberg West home on Sunday night are no longer being investigated by homicide squad detectives.

New book gives Heidelberg's village people a voice

John Elder If all goes to plan, a new book will be distributed in schools to teach young people grace.

Man charged with Heidelberg murder

Victoria Police tape

Adrian Lowe Detectives have charged a man with murder after another man’s body was discovered in a house in Melbourne’s north-east last night.

Woman assaulted on train in Heidelberg

Police line

A woman was indecently assaulted on a Melbourne train by a man who told her he was going to follow her home.

Heidelberg driver to face court

Deborah Gough A Heidelberg driver faced an out-of-sessions hearing on Friday night over a collision in Heidelberg West.

Heidelberg school's opening ceremony truly an Olympic event

Wendy Grant

Carolyn Webb All over Australia, children are involved in Olympics class projects, but a West Heidelberg school has a winning edge.

Thunderstorms soak Melbourne, bring flooding, damage and evacuations

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.

Moreland councillor and ALP figure Michael Teti now accused of misusing council resources

Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker Labor Party figure and Melbourne councillor Michael Teti is facing fresh misconduct claims about alleged misuse of local government resources.

‘Tsunami orphan’ revealed as a shameless conman

Chris Dawn-Manuel

Steve Butcher An uplifting tale of ruin to recovery has been exposed by diligent police as a pack of lies.

Victorian opposition pledges counselling for firefighters battling traumatic stress

In the line of duty: Glen Cavanagh (left) and Brian O'Connell.

Richard Willingham Firefighters struggling with trauma of their work will have greater access to support if Labor wins this November’s state election.

'Missing link' in freeway network tops RACV election wishlist

Melbourne's ring road

Adam Carey Political parties vying for power in November's state election must commit to building the "missing link" freeway between the Metropolitan Ring Road and the Eastern Freeway if they want the backing...

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Eaglemont's Boulevard of broken bitumen much preferred to freeway link of driver dreams

Ivanhoe residents want to keep the Boulevard in a state of disrepair.

Adam Carey It's one of the worst roads in Melbourne, and it snakes through two of Melbourne's most exclusive suburbs.

Melbourne language study reveals a cacophony of diversity

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.

Council rate rises lowest in a decade

Victorians face the lowest average rate rise in a decade but council bills are still rising faster than inflation.

Allison Worrall and Aisha Dow Victorian households will be hit with the lowest average rate rise in at least a decade this year, but council bills are still rising faster than inflation.

Police seek couple after taxi driver assault

The couple police want to talk to in relation to a taxi driver assault in Heidelberg Heights.

Caroline Zielinski A taxi driver has been left battered and terrified after a man and a woman brutally attacked him before stealing his cab and trying to run him over in Melbourne's north-east overnight.

Storm creates commuter crisis for Melbourne's afternoon peak-hour

A tree across tracks that caused a train line to be suspended.

Jessica Wright and Anna Whitelaw Melbourne is in the midst of a commuter crisis with major roads, train and tram lines and routes out of the city closed due to high winds, traffic accidents, flooding and strewn debris.

Psychiatric hospital death referred to DPP after 'flawed' police investigation

Coroner's Office

Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie A Victorian coroner has ruled that a patient found dead in a pool of blood at a Melbourne psychiatric hospital did not kill himself and strongly criticised Victoria Police for a "seriously flawed"...

Family violence epidemic

Family members and friends of Fiona Warzywoda.

Jane Lee, Craig Butt and Nick Toscano The biggest policy tools to combat family violence are failing to prevent women and children from being killed.

Police car rammed during chase through Preston

Beau Donelly An unmarked police car was rammed during a pursuit through Melbourne's north on Thursday afternoon.