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.
Catholic Church officials have been likened to outlaw motorcycle gangs, drug cartels and people smugglers in an explosive speech delivered at a legal conference in Victoria.
Adam Carey More than 1000 people are predicted to die or be seriously injured on Victorian roads in the next five years due to driver distraction from in-vehicle technology such as car stereos, GPS devices or...
Neil McMahon No, this is not about euthanasia - at least, not intended by the Respecting Patient Choices organisation.
Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker A Victorian trainer is one of a number of thoroughbred racing figures being investigated over the suspected use of peptides in their horses, including the anti-obesity drug given to some Essendon...
Deborah Gough A childhood passion for 1960s 'swords and sandals' movies is set to come full laurel for Craig Harwood when he walks in replica Roman armour along Britain's ancient Hadrian's Wall.
John Silvester The man rifling through the rubbish bin at the bottom of the long driveway didn't look like a vagrant and wasn't at all startled when challenged over his suspicious behaviour.
Jason Dowling Do cards that offer rewards for how much you spend on poker machines lead to problem gambling?
Lucy Battersby and Judith Ireland The humble wood fire may soon be subject to new national standards or even a buyback program, amid concerns that Australia's 1 million fireplaces remain a major source of air pollution.
Chris Hingston The family of a French woman killed in the Carlton wall collapse have visited the site of the accident.
Jill Stark Health experts brand 'wine health' conference an industry attempt to influence government.
John Elder Harvard professor has unveiled a new chip that can diagnose cancers quickly and painlessly.
Farrah Tomazin Parents could hire and fire principals with school councils given unprecedented powers under a proposed shake-up of Victoria's public education system.
Chris Hingston The family of a French woman killed in the Carlton wall collapse have visited the site.
Rachel Wells The substances allegedly administered to Essendon players and coach James Hird by sports scientist Stephen Dank range from widely used ''vanity drugs'' to those that have ''significant potential to...
Jill Stark Right to the end, Damien Christie feared that the God he worshipped did not love him back.
Carolyn Webb The French consulate has named the third person who died as a result of the collapse of a brick wall at the former Carlton and United Breweries site.
Stathi Paxinos The future of a recently identified fish species may depend on 110 of their number that have been removed from their burnt-out habitat.