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.
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.
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.
Aisha Dow, Chris Vedelago and Nick Toscano The shine had barely left Darryn Lyons after his crowning as Geelong mayor on Monday before questions emerged about the former paparazzi boss's connection with strip-club identities and troubled...
Farrah Tomazin Nine months after the IBAC opened for business, what has happened?
Mark Kenny EXCLUSIVE: Kevin Rudd's repeated claims of systematic anti-Labor bias in his treatment by News Corporation newspapers ahead of the September election were fuelled by an independent assessment of...
Josh Gordon Construction companies bidding to build the east-west link will be forced to submit their final plans for the $6 billion to $8 billion project months before the government finishes consulting with...
Rania Spooner Police are hunting a man who attacked and robbed a Melbourne taxi driver before putting his fist through the cab's windscreen.
John Elder The beginning of the end for Sophie Mirabella came last December at a meeting in Wangaratta.
Marc Pallisco Australia's first Irish club has secured its future thanks to some quick-thinking real estate strategy and a once-in-a-lifetime planning minister.
Rachel Wells A ferry will transport visitors from the CBD to Chapel Street as part of revitalisation plan.
John Silvester Graham Allan Kinniburgh was a modest man. Although considered the most influential gangster in Victoria by some, he was always shy about acknowledging his achievements.
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.