Caroline Zielinski A bandit who walked into a convenience store in Melbourne's south-east armed with a tomahawk and a syringe filled with red liquid has run off with a bag of cash.
Adrian Lowe A man in his 40s is dead after he was shot by a policeman during a roadside intercept in Melbourne's inner south-east.
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.
Rania Spooner, Caroline Zielinski, Nick Toscano, Goya Dmytryshchak Tributes have started flowing for the Victorians killed in the MH17 disaster.
Christmas has come in July for a 101-year-old Melbourne woman who has received a big cheque and a rent-free promise from the government.
Tammy Mills Police say an incident on the train line at Windsor on Thursday night was "attempted self-harm".
Patrick Hatch, Goya Dmytryshchak, Beau Donelly, Tammy Mills, Rania Spooner A family of five living in an outer-Melbourne suburb, a Melbourne-based Dutch national living in Windsor and a couple who migrated to Australia 20 years ago have emerged as the latest victims of the...
Aisha Dow Planning Minister Matthew Guy has again scuttled plans for a luxury hotel tower on the Palace Theatre site – this time just days before Melbourne City Council was tipped to finally approve the...
Mark Russell More than a decade after a self-proclaimed "vampire gigolo" was gunned down in cold blood, three men are standing trial accused of his murder, allegedly motivated by vengeance.
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Tessa van der Riet The Sandringham line has resumed running after a person was struck by a train near Windsor station.
Darren Gray It was so grand in its gold-rush heyday that some of the paint used on the iron lacework contained flecks of real gold.
Angie Fox Tired of finding ugly graffiti tags along the side of their residential investment property in Windsor, Adam and Simon Bonnici always intended to commission a street artist to paint something...
Henrietta Cook Some chemists are refusing to stock the morning-after pill, with one pharmacy coming under fire for asking customers to go elsewhere if they want to use the oral contraceptive pill for birth control.
Neil McMahon Like many a tough life decision, this one involved drawing up a list of pros and cons, with the merits and flaws of Australia's two biggest cities on the table.
Christina Zhou & Aisha Dow Fitzroy labelled "Toorak of the north".
Rachel Wells A ferry will transport visitors from the CBD to Chapel Street as part of revitalisation plan.
John Elder The beginning of the end for Sophie Mirabella came last December at a meeting in Wangaratta.