Adam Carey The mature eucalyptus trees in the wide Plenty Road median strip tell the tale of a tram line long hoped for but never delivered.
Daniella Miletic Ms Crane couldn't have known the impact her hot cross buns cooking tips would have.
Adam Cooper Sport is a big part of Australia Day, and while plenty of us will chase a ball at the beach or play cricket in the backyard, many will watch the best to satisfy our sporting fix, either live at the...
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Tom Cowie Commuters in marginal seats will be the big winners from Labor's policy to remove 50 railway level crossings if it wins the state election.
Tessa van der Riet They are images that could have easily been lost and never seen again, but reels of 16mm holiday film featuring Melbourne around 1940 were picked up at a garage sale all the way in California and...
Shane Green Frangers, Frankenstein, Frankghanistan ... the town at the end of the line is ingrained in our popular culture as the place to denigrate, the butt of jokes.
Jessica Wright Lexus Pavilion
Benjamin Preiss Wanted: treechangers with children to keep one of Victoria's oldest country schools alive.
Angus Holland Our live coverage of the 2014 Victorian State Election.
Jewel Topsfield The piece of advice on year 12 exams for which I was truly grateful came from my Modern European history teacher.
Alana Schetzer Standing in a paddock in the sun-soaked Flemington Racecourse, former Cox Plate winner Maldivian still thinks he has what it takes to win the $3 million race.
Robert Henningham As the Surfaris 'Wipeout', blares from a PA system at a rink in Reservoir, and crowd members
Benjamin Preiss For Melbourne's newest select entry school, it is a time of change. Cars with p-plates are filling the carpark for the first time and students are buckling down for VCE exams.
Beau Donelly Complaints to the state's utilities ombudsman about gas and electricity disconnections have soared as retailers take a harder line against Victorians struggling to pay their bills.
Beau Donelly The Grand Final is over, the Melbourne Cup still a month away. So why would the cost of a city hotel room in mid-October rival prices set during some of the nation's biggest sporting events?
Clay Lucas The South Morang railway line will be extended to Mernda, through Melbourne's booming Whittleseas corridor, if Labor wins November's election, Opposition leader Daniel Andrews says.
Darren Gray, Rural Affairs Reporter As a young market gardener in the 1950s and 1960s, Max Marriott found that the family's Clydesdales had a significant advantage over their mechanised competitor - the tractor - when ploughing the...
Rania Spooner La Trobe Valley residents, including a woman who recently lost her husband to a brain aneurysm, are lobbying the state coroner to investigate a possible rise in deaths following the Hazelwood Mine...
Clay Lucas Premier Denis Napthine dubs it "the black hole of Melbourne", but he, like his predecessors, appears unlikely to do anything about it.