Adam Carey Major changes being made to road conditions at the southern end of High Street in Northcote could be 'the way of the future' for Melbourne's tram routes.
Andy Park A woman has died after the car in which she was travelling leapt 30 metres into the air before crashing into a creek in Melbourne's north.
Chris Hingston Woman fights for her life after being hit by a car in Melbourne’s north.
Henrietta Cook and Richard Willingham The state government is controversially considering whether it will continue to grant a pair for a Labor MP who is undergoing treatment for cancer.
Nino Bucci Eighty million cigarettes and more than 70 tonnes of tobacco have been seized by police, shattering one of the biggest illegal tobacco syndicates in Australian history.
Chris Tolhurst Melbourne's real estate market is returning to health as more buyers pay above-reserve prices.
Aisha Dow A splash of red paint dripping menacingly down Northcote's controversial steel pyramid installation provided the final insult for the artwork condemned over fears it could fatally impale a passing...
Justine Costigan Locals used to identify strangers by their pronunciation of the suburb name Reservoir.
Benjamin Millar and Stephen Cauchi It’s official – Melbourne experienced its warmest-ever July day - but the summery burst was shortlived with storms hitting the city.
Richard Willingham Victorian Labor frontbencher Fiona Richardson has been diagnosed with breast cancer, Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews has announced this morning.
Henrietta Cook More than 200 students have been left in the lurch by a plan to close a girls' school in Melbourne's northern suburbs at the end of the year.
Shane Green Can you change an area one street party at a time? A new movement is doing just that, and planners and councils are taking note.
Adrian Lowe A family of four was fortunate to escape serious injury overnight after their house in Melbourne's south-east caught fire while they slept.
Dan Oakes Caught on camera in the dead of night, with an item of washing draped over his head, the man managed to look both menacing and ridiculous.
John Elder Like Mark Twain's death, rumours of a turf war among Melbourne's taco trucks have either been greatly exaggerated - or the truck owners are politely downplaying the palaver through gritted teeth.
Adam Carey The reports are in - an extended rail network is at least a decade away.
Henrietta Cook More than 170 Victorian state schools will close Thursday, as thousands of teachers, principals and support staff go on strike.
Jill Stark Tonnes of fireworks will provide a burst of sound and colour this New Year's Eve.
Goya Dmytryshchak Police are hunting two masked men armed with a knife and a meat cleaver who held up a Northcote Subway restaurant on Saturday night.
Nino Bucci A man who allegedly stole women's handbags as they dropped their children off at kindergartens in Melbourne's north was trying to fuel a drug addiction, police say.