Darren Gray It is in the Melway - but you would never try to drive there. It is home to thousands of part-time residents who travel from around the world to spend summer there - but few Melburnians have ever...
Thomas Hunter A hot-air balloon with 10 people on board has landed in Port Phillip Bay near Port Melbourne.
Konrad Marshall The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George are headed our way - but unfortunately not all of the way.
Mark Russell Before he killed his grandparents, Ross Konidaris was known to walk around late at night with a knife in his pants, talk about people who were out to get him, and search for bombs under his house, a...
Jessica Wright Mystery continues to surround the suspected murder of a popular Melbourne socialite with police still searching for clues that they hope will lead them to the killer.
Jason Dowling Port Melbourne residents fear a perfect storm in traffic congestion from the $1.6 billion Port of Melbourne expansion and the 250-hectare Fishermans Bend urban renewal plan.
Melissa Fyfe, Chris Vedelago, Henrietta Cook Stretches of Victoria's coastline could fall into private hands after the land titles office set a controversial precedent on Christmas Eve, granting billionaire trucking magnate Lindsay Fox an extra...
Denham Sadler Twin Hercules aircraft flew low over Melbourne yesterday in a preview for the upcoming Centenary of Military Aviation Air Show at Point Cook.
Clay Lucas A pop-up cafe will be built on the site of St Kilda's Stokehouse restaurant, Planning Minister Matthew Guy says, and construction could start within weeks.
Farrah Tomazin Private land along the foreshore should get buffer zones to curb development and force landowners to restore degraded vegetation, according to a new study into Victoria's 2000-kilometre coastline.
David Merlo VCAT's decision to approve a brothel in an industrial park bordering a residential area shows how tensions can rise when the tribunal adheres to planning considerations in determining applications...
Richard Willingham A Williamstown residential development is dangerously close to Mobil's Gellibrand plant and could jeopardise operations and fuel supply to Victoria, the company has warned.
Laura Banks St Kilda's skate park has been fitted with webcams so users can monitor the facility.
Stephen Cauchi, Goya Dmytryshchak Gale force winds that hit Melbourne this afternoon bought with it a cool change.
Jason Walls After a stuttering start, summer is finally about to arrive across Victoria - with a vengeance.
Deborah Gough Wildlife rescuers are trying to save thousands of flying foxes after hundreds of the animals began to drop from trees either dead or dehydrated in Kew and Bendigo, suffering from the heat.
Alana Schetzer Iconic St Kilda restaurant Stokehouse has burnt down.
Chris Vedelago Fashion queen Naomi Milgrom is preparing to battle her neighbours and the council over a plan to demolish two heritage-protected homes to make way for a greenhouse, garden and pergola for her...
Beau Donelly Just a few hundred metres from where Jeanette Moss was found dead inside her bayside home a week ago, family and friends gathered to pay tribute to a 'kindred spirit';.
Ray Edgar Demand for public housing continues unabated and waiting lists are as long as ever. But some councils are embracing a radically different approach to solving the problem.