Mount Waverley

PSOs may not be on every station, admits Chief Commissioner

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...

$40m in new police stations unlikely get 24-hour staff or be at full capacity for years

Nino Bucci Police stations worth almost $40 million are unlikely to have 24-hour rosters, or be staffed to capacity for years, despite state government commitments.

Teens injured in stolen car crash

Caroline Zielinski Five teenagers are expected to be charged after a stolen car crashed in the Yarra Ranges overnight.

Ex-business analyst pleads guilty to child porn counts

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Steve Butcher A former business analyst with IBM has pleaded guilty to two child pornography charges.

Taxi driver stabbed to death, man incinerated in suburban tragedy

The driver of the suspected stolen cab was incinerated after hitting a power pole at the intersection of Waverley and Gallaghers roads in Glen Waverley.

Paul Millar and Megan Levy A taxi driver has been stabbed to death and a man suspected of stealing his vehicle has been incinerated in a crash in Melbourne’s east this morning.

Murdered taxi driver 'one of best in business'

Police[ and emergency workers] at the scene of a fatal Taxi crash on the corner of Waverley and Gallaghers roads Glen Waverley. The taxi   driver had been fatally stabbed and the taxi stolen and driven into a pole where it burst into flames killing the driver.
The Age/News, Picture Michael Clayton-Jones, Glen Waverley 1st Aug. 2012

Nino Bucci The taxi driver murdered before a fiery smash claimed the life of his alleged killer was a father described as one of the best in the business.

Stabbing death drives home the danger of road work

Konrad Marshall

Konrad Marshall When I heard that a taxi driver had been stabbed to death, I felt sick to my stomach.

Police seek help on taxi body

A police spokeswoman said police wanted to speak with anyone who may be able to identify the man.

Identity of a dead man suspected of stealing a Melbourne taxi after killing the driver remains a mystery.

Most liveable? Chinese think so

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Shane Green A wave of immigration is changing Glen Waverley's face.

Original Melway maps city's growth


Adam Carey Does driving around Melbourne ever make you feel like an ant, crawling along countless city trails in a colony of millions?

Suspected murder-suicide 'harrowing'

Mark Russell A coroner has described the suspected murder-suicide of a mother and her 15-year-old daughter as "a terribly harrowing story".

Stride out in pants this racing season

Janice Breen Burns Melbourne has turned on a spirit-lifting spring day for its first fashion week shows.

Did mum strangle her teen daughter?

Man who left explosives in a car at Docklands in court.

Mark Russell A coroner today said she could not be certain a mother had killed her 15-year-old daughter in what police believe was a murder-suicide.

Armed robber hitting Hungry Jack's

Victoria Police

Raquel Geremia A thief who is hungry for money has robbed Hungry Jack's restaurants on six occasions in Melbourne's eastern suburbs.

Father, son accused of assaulting 91-year-old


Mark Russell A father and son have appeared in court today accused of bashing and robbing a 91-year-old woman in her Mount Waverley home.

Father, son accused of bashing woman, 91


Mark Russell Father and son accused of bashing and robbing a woman in her Mount Waverley home have appeared in court.

Police identify murdered taxi driver's killer

Victoria Police

Nino Bucci Police have identified the killer of taxi driver Stephen Seymour, who was stabbed to death before a fiery crash claimed the life of his murderer.

Cabbie's killer said to be Korean national

Nino Bucci The man who police believe killed taxi driver Stephen Seymour was a 25-year-old Korean.

'I was fearful they would finish me off'


Mark Russell A father and son have pleaded guilty to bashing and robbing a 91-year-old woman in her Mount Waverley home.

Police praise partygoers as arrests for drunkenness drop


Goya Dmytryshchak Victorian police have praised New Year's revellers for their behaviour, despite making 356 arrests across the state last night.