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Man's body found in Alma Park, St Kilda near Sandringham line gantry

Robyn Grace and Deborah Gough The smouldering remains of a body have been found near rail lines in Melbourne's south-east.

Cycling safety: the statistics

Cyclists make up 15 per cent of  commuters into the city, up from 9 per cent in 2008.

Deborah Gough It's day two of an eight-day blitz on bike users in Melbourne's inner north and south-east, where police are cracking down on bicycle-related infringments.

Tuesday blows wind in, Thursday a blowout with 110km/h winds forecast

windy

Deborah Gough Melbourne is winding itself up for a windy mid-week followed by a frosty Friday, the Bureau of Meteorology has warned.

Woman passenger abandoned in crash after police pursuit

Victoria Police

Deborah Gough Police have described as ''abominable'' a male driver alleged to have left his young female companion dying after crashing the car following a police pursuit.

Buy buy: the plot to sell unclaimed graves

Deborah Gough It could be called a tomb with a view.

Bicycle Network pushes to close door on Melbourne accidents

Cycling

Deborah Gough Cassandra Devine was riding along Flinders Street when a door flew open, throwing her from her bike.

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Bar faces obscenity complaint over pirate crew member

Artworks

Deborah Gough A perverted pirate with his pants down has got St Kilda watering hole Dog's Bar into trouble after local police received an obscenity complaint about the artwork in which the dirty old rogue's...

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Anzac Day weekend

What's open on Anzac Day

Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance.

Deborah Gough Emergencies

New E-class tram vandalised in first week on tracks

The Age News a new E Class tram tht has been tagged in graffiti. Supplied image 12th November 2013

Deborah Gough Melbourne's new E-class tram has been vandalised in just its first week on the tracks.

Where have Melbourne's new E-class trams gone?

E-Class trams arrive

Deborah Gough Just over a fortnight into the life of the E-Class trams, they have disappeared from route 96 and from the network.

Street attack puts man in hospital

Deborah Gough Police are searching for a group of men they believe harassed and assaulted St Kilda Festival-goers earlier this month, leaving one man in hospital with serious head injuries.

Two men killed in horror crash

Investigators inspect the wreck, lodged in a tree.

Deborah Gough, Cameron Houston A 16 YEAR-OLD girl was in the driver's seat in a horrific crash that killed two men and left two other passengers critically injured in north-west Victoria this weekend.