The planning tribunal has quashed the Victorian government's efforts to stop the $285 million redevelopment of Melbourne's historic Hotel Windsor.
Paul Austin The Windsor Hotel redevelopment affair could blow up before a state election, with MPs contemplating the arrest of government advisers for contempt of Parliament.
Jason Dowling Notes taken in a meeting between Planning Minister Justin Madden and the developer behind the Hotel Windsor redevelopment are being withheld by the government.
Joint media release from the Trident Taskforce
Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie Premier Ted Baillieu was promoted as the special guest at a boardroom lunch organised by the Liberal Party fund-raisers responsible for Planning Minister Matthew Guy's secret dinners with property...
Adrian Lowe A father was left terrified at the weekend when a fellow motorist punched his driver's side window during a road-rage incident while his young son was in the car.
Adrian Lowe A man picking his wife up from a busy Melbourne hospital last week was himself admitted for treatment after being thrown to the ground in a dispute with another man, police say.
Stephen Cauchi An anti-abortion march in the heart of the city passes mostly without incident despite being disrupted by pro-abortion activists.
Craig Mathieson Melbourne's evolving landscape continues to throw different areas into the spotlight. Here are the suburbs to watch.
Henrietta Cook The Victorian parliament has apologised to people harmed by "disgraceful, ill-conceived" past adoption practices that forcibly removed tens of thousands of babies from their mothers.
Henrietta Cook When Joy O'Connor fell pregnant at 18 she was told the only decent thing she could do was give up her baby for adoption.
Adrian Lowe Two Melbourne removalists were themselves removed this morning, when police mistook them for burglars.
Steve Butcher IMAGINE - or maybe you can't - an urn with the ashes of a four-month-old girl stolen during a burglary being discarded in a laneway bin and then dumped and lost forever at a rubbish tip.
John Elder Ever fancied living in a British country house and museum surrounded by stuffed animals and tourists? That's exactly what this Prahran family is about to do.
Benjamin Preiss Angela Stathopoulos works in Melbourne's most affluent suburbs, but every day she deals with breathtaking disadvantage.
Chris Tolhurst Fans of Channel Nine's The Block got the inside track on house prices yesterday when a nearby four-bedroom townhouse in South Melbourne sold for $1.5 million.
Jane Holroyd Last week Melbourne commuters were forced to strip off, wade through water and even climb fences to catch the train to work - and things were hardly any easier this morning.
Henrietta Cook They have defied the doom and gloom in the retail sector and experienced a surge in sales.
Karl Quinn Billboards attract more than their fair share of complaints about advertising. Is it time for tougher controls?
Rachel Wells Like many Australians, Ziba Ghadamian is tightening her belt, but she is not willing to sacrifice dining out with friends.