Thomas O'Byrne A man has died after he lost control of his car and crashed into a pole in Melbourne's west.
Deborah Gough Five people are in hospital after a explosive fire in Laverton North blew a hole through the roof of a refrigeration container at a One Steel factory on Friday night.Deborah Gough
Craig Butt and Patrick Hatch Thousands of Victorians were left without power and emergency services were inundated with calls for help as strong gusts lashed the state on Thursday.
TImna Jacks and Caroline Zielinski Update: The residence of members of the notorious Haddara family that was fired on during a drive-by shooting in Melbourne's west on Wednesday has been raided by police.
Patrick Hatch Melburnians are in for a chilly end to the week with the mercury set to plummet to one of our coldest winter days on Friday.
Adam Carey and Josh Gordon A plan to develop a huge container port at Hastings south-east of Melbourne could put an impossible strain on the city’s roads and busiest rail lines and potentially drive up the cost of...
Steve Lillebuen Victorian Premier Denis Napthine has moved to ease tensions between the state and federal governments, saying he’d like Tony Abbott to help out in the upcoming election campaign.
Josh Gordon and Steve Lillebuen Denis Napthine says he is happy to campaign with Tony Abbott ahead of the November 29 election, despite warnings the prime minister’s unpopularity in Victoria could be cruelling his chances.
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Adam Cooper Christopher Binse - the man who held police at bay for 44 hours in a siege - stalked a man he suspected had shot former Bandidos enforcer
Josh Gordon Denis Napthine has dramatically ramped up Victoria's infrastructure agenda ahead of the November 29 state election, confirming plans to build both stages of the East West Link simultaneously in an...
Adam Cooper Christopher Binse, who held police at bay for 44 hours in a siege, also stalked a man he suspected had shot former Bandidos enforcer Toby Mitchell, it can now be revealed.
Adam Cooper Christopher Binse – the man who barricaded himself in his home and held police at bay for 44 hours – has pleaded guilty to robbing Armaguard officers of $235,000 after climbing a ladder to point a...
Adam Cooper Christopher Binse has spent 28 of the past 32 years in some form of custody, and now faces a minimum 14 more years in jail over a notorious 44-hour siege with police, and a string of other offences.
Adrian Lowe After heavy overnight showers, Melbourne has woken to flash flooding, causing trouble on the road and rail systems.
Adrian Lowe Residents across Melbourne are cleaning up after wild winds of more than 100km/h hit the city overnight, uprooting trees and power lines and leaving rubbish and debris strewn across roads and paths.
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Caroline Zielinski A father and son have been charged with importing more than 200 kilograms of the drug ice in a trailer truck's tyres.
Adrian Lowe Commuters waiting for rail replacement buses this afternoon suffered more chaos when the buses collided.
Adam Carey It seems life is anything but a beach for train travellers on the Altona loop.