Simon Johanson Dozens more schools, police stations and a hospital will be offloaded by the Napthine government as it builds a cash war-chest for infrastructure spending ahead of this year’s November election.
Darren Gray A few kilometres off the main road, not too far from the Murray River in north-west Victoria, soft and fluffy white cotton bolls wobble gently in a vast field.
Deborah Gough A decent dousing of rain has fallen on Melbourne overnight but it is unlikely to interfere with the Mother's Day Classic run on Sunday.
Tammy Mills A Bendigo man charged on Thursday with the death of an elderly man in a crash near Swan Hill in Victoria's north-west last year.
Chris Johnston It's a never-ending road for Michael Oates, helping the mentally ill.
Patrick Hatch The worst is over for Melbourne, but don’t expect life to get any drier.
Darren Gray Fire authorities have warned that northern Victoria is dry enough to suffer a major fire before Christmas and have likened the conditions this season to summers in the 1970s and '80s in which fatal...
Catherine Chisholm and Stephen Cauchi Commuters will face train cancellations and delays over the next few days to cope with the sizzling weather forecast to hit Melbourne.
Goya Dmytryshchak and Rania Spooner Firefighters battle through the night to control blazes in the far north of Victoria, as a cool wind change moved across the state bringing gusts of up to 70km/h and threatening worsened conditions.
Stephen Cauchi, Goya Dmytryshchak Gale force winds that hit Melbourne this afternoon bought with it a cool change.
Goya Dmytryshchak Victoria's fire services will decide on Monday if total fire bans will be declared for New Year's Day.
Stephen Cauchi, Caroline Zielinski and Alana Schetzer The long-awaited cool change has arrived in Melbourne ending a record-breaking heatwave in Victoria.
Clay Lucas Finally the cool change the entire city had been waiting has arrived.
Jessica Wright Two men have been killed in separate motoring accidents on rural roads, taking the Victorian road toll to 135.
Adrian Lowe Police have urged drivers to take more care on the roads, with another death taking the state's "tragic" toll to five in just four days.
Adrian Lowe Residents across Melbourne are cleaning up after wild winds of more than 100km/h hit the city overnight, uprooting trees and power lines and leaving rubbish and debris strewn across roads and paths.
John Elder Victorian families are reaping the benefit of the Premier's Reading Challenge.
There was plenty of love in the room when Lisa Wilkinson became only the second woman to present the prestigious Andrew Olle Media Lecture
A passing motorist has rescued a man and a woman whose car plunged down an embankment and into a Victorian water channel.
John Elder Tragic tales are overtaken by songs of hope as Ugandan children's choir gain a chorus of approval on tour in Victoria.