Clay Lucas Tony Penna says his experience of the housing market in Southbank could appear in an economics textbook, so simple has been the impact of supply and demand.
Aisha Dow Melbourne City Council has sided with the "well-connected" residents of a prestigious St Kilda Road apartment building to reject a permit for a controversial weekly design market.
Steve Butcher A lifetime in restaurants has ended for a man after an infestation of cockroaches and filthy conditions forced the CEO of the City of Melbourne to shut down the Southbank premises which has led to...
Stephen Cauchi A stabbing in Southbank near the ABC building on Monday night has resulted in one man being taken to hospital and another arrested.
Chris Hingston A 19-year-old Blackburn woman has been taken to hospital after her car crashed into tram barriers, flipping onto its roof in Southbank on Saturday morning.
Jason Dowling There are 10 myki cards in circulation for every weekday public transport user with the massive over subscription blamed on a lack of short-term tickets.
Cameron Houston, Chris Vedelago and Craig Butt Residential burglaries have fallen across Victoria over the past five years, but a swathe of growth suburbs in Melbourne's outer-west continue to be prime targets for thieves.
Shane Green Melbourne's high-rise boom is being dominated by second-rate buildings, according to a leading international architecture expert.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, Royce Millar, Ben Schneiders The royal commission into union corruption has ordered state Labor MP Cesar Melhem to reappear amid new revelations he sought to secretly donate $9600 to a think tank just days before his first...
Aisha Dow They were designed by the same architect, but these residential city towers garnered very different reactions.
Anna Whitelaw Sunday motorists have been warned of traffic headaches as inner-city roads close for today’s Melbourne Marathon.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Victoria is missing out on tens of millions of dollars worth of business and tourism because the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is inadequate to meet demand.
Nick Toscano, Caroline Zielinski Hundreds of cleaners at dozens of Melbourne's most prominent high-rise office towers have left bathrooms dirty and refused to refill toilet paper as part of a bitter dispute with the CBD's biggest...
Richard Willingham and Jason Dowling New free CBD tram travel may confuse visitors when it is introduced next year as key visitor sites are outside the zone.
Shane Green Melbourne is being transformed into a city of giants, with more than 20 new skyscrapers taller than 200 metres being constructed or planned.
Jason Dowling Labor leader Daniel Andrews is risking hundreds of millions of dollars in potential compensation payments for ending a potential $8 billion East West Link contract, but has backed away from action on...
Richard Willingham and Jason Dowling A $910 million deal to expand gambling at Crown Casino has been pushed by the Napthine government without a social and economic impact assessment that was required for the last casino expansion,...
Adam Cooper A woman accused of running a syndicate supplying sex workers to four Melbourne brothels has been granted bail on the condition she provide $100,000 surety.
Aisha Dow and Clay Lucas A month ago, lord mayor Robert Doyle said not overshadowing the Yarra River was "sacrosanct". Now, he has endorsed doing just that for one Collins Street skyscraper – and another massive tower...
Aisha Dow Residents of exclusive St Kilda Road apartment complex The Melburnian are horrified their restful Saturdays could be ruined by a new design and gourmet food market planned for a nearby public plaza.