Melissa Fyfe and Tom Arup After a 17-month battle with the Baillieu government, the environment movement has received a key document that underpinned the controversial decision to return cattle to the Alpine National Park.
Adrian Lowe A program researching ways to prevent family violence deaths is at risk of collapse.
Bridie Smith Australian epilepsy specialist awarded top international accolade for women in science.
Benjamin Preiss Aspiring principals will complete an intensive internship next year under a new state plan.
Craig Butt Foodies now rule the roost in Melbourne, with food venues now outnumbering shops.
Kate Hagan Hundreds of children have been treated for sports-related head injuries at the Royal Children's Hospital in the past six months and many are returning to the field after a concussion, contrary to...
Julia May Victoria’s prisons are struggling to look after the rising number of ageing, and often infirm, inmates who end up dying behind bars.
Bridie Smith Belly up, the black rock skink lies spread-eagle on the table after being euthanased minutes earlier.
Mex Cooper Road safety and child abuse are the concerns that keep us up at night, according to new research that reveals what Australians worry about.
Shane Green Reforms reined in the practices of payday lenders, but now rogue brokers are back preying on the vulnerable.
Rachel Browne and Daniella Miletic A new wave of suburbs on Melbourne's south-eastern fringe has been identified as the most vulnerable to job and home loss as the economy slows, according to economic modelling that reveals emerging...
Mex Cooper Drivers have been urged not to participate in a staggering new social media trend - people photographing themselves while driving.
Mark Russell Two Crown bouncers found guilty of attacking a couple enjoying a night out at the casino have avoided a jail sentence but had their fines doubled to a total of $28,000 following a successful appeal...
Bridie Smith The winner of this year's Prime Minister's Prize for Science has had his fair share of run-ins with the law.
Slogans aren't ALP's strong point but how about this for post-election: 'Have Navel. Will Gaze.'
Laura Banks For Belinda Jago, running with the other 100 people who make up Bec's Troops is more than just for fitness.
Farrah Tomazin Nine months after the IBAC opened for business, what has happened?
Josh Gordon and Richard Willingham Victoria's Country Fire Authority is predicting larger and more severe fires because of climate change, warning emergency service workers will have less time to recover and prepare from one disaster...
John Elder Victorian families are reaping the benefit of the Premier's Reading Challenge.
Adam Carey TramTracker, a free app that lets users see precisely how many minutes away the next tram is, is one of the most excellent little additions to Melbourne's public transport system in years.