Caroline Zielinski A teenage boy has been robbed, bashed and had his teeth broken during a brutal weekend attack in Melbourne’s south-east.
Bianca Villarosa A Scout group in Malvern is celebrating after Stonnington Council voted to abandon its demolition plans, and instead give it a four-year lease on its hall.
Caroline Zielinski The teenager who died after poking his head out of a moving train is believed to have been part of a group of boys who broke into an unattended rear driver's carriage, wreaking havoc inside.
Goya Dmytryshchak Homicide Squad detectives have charged a man over a death in Malvern East on Friday.
Adrian Lowe A bid by fast-food giant McDonald's to allow its Malvern East store trade around the clock has been rejected - because it could interfere with neighbours' sleep.
Adam Carey Melbourne’s tram network would be extended by 56 kilometres, linking up tram routes that currently end at quiet suburban locations with nearby shopping centres and railway stations, under a...
Adam Carey Melbourne’s trams had their best on-time performance in almost 10 years last month, as a $12 million scheme to improve six suburban tram depots produced quick dividends.
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...
Lawrence Money The sacking of Gough Whitlam had still to occur – in fact Gough was still one year off being elected – when Joan Saxton launched her monthly lecture luncheon club in Melbourne way back in...
Mex Cooper and Nino Bucci A video glorifying train vandalism and trespass has been condemned by Victoria Police and Metro Trains in the wake of two deaths from train stunts in Melbourne since mid-May.
Larissa Nicholson Teenagers in matching blue and green blazers formed an honour guard for their friend Jack Irving in East Bentleigh on Friday, a week after he died leaning out of a moving train near Malvern station.
Deborah Gough Lord Mayor Robert Doyle and his wife Emma Page Campbell have a new son, Henry Ian Bennett Doyle.
Chris Vedelago and Cameron Houston The National Trust is working on a plan that could see the grounds of historic Como House subdivided and sold off in a bid to raise the funds needed to maintain the landmark South Yarra mansion.
Mark Hawthorne The mystery began on an autumn night in April 1991, when a burglar broke into the Blairgowrie home of elderly retiree Albert Watt.
Farrah Tomazin The state government is on the brink of starting work on a new train station at Southland Shopping Centre.
Lawrence Money For Melbourne's ghostly army of former tram conductors, May 23, 1998, is the equivalent of midnight on the Doomsday Clock.
Caroline Zielinski Melburnians heading to work are facing traffic chaos as wet-weather accidents cause road closures and blockages around the city.
Adam Carey Melbourne's long-standing yellow-and-blue train network map is headed for the bin, to be replaced next year by a new, rainbow-coloured map aimed at making it easier for passengers to navigate around...
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.
Caroline Zielinski Two police officers who were fortunate to escape with their lives are in hospital after a four-wheel-drive rammed into their car before fleeing in central Victoria.