Fears of a possible terror attack on Victoria's Latrobe Valley power stations have led the Andrews government to lock up a list of public documents for at least the next 10 years.
State Political Correspondent for The Age
A neglected former golf course in the Dandenongs will be turned into parkland and Melbourne's newest botanic garden.
Former Labor minister Jane Garrett's dramatic bid for an upper house seat fell apart when two members of her faction abandoned her.
Victoria's strong yes vote for same-sex marriage will likely be celebrated by most MPs here, but it contains awkward truths for both sides of politics.
Cloud over plan to head off the risk of blackouts and energy price spikes.
The Greens' 'brand' remains strong in inner Melbourne, but can it withstand a ferocious Labor fightback in the crunch by-election in Northcote?
Melbourne is at risk of losing valuable shipping trade interstate because of a failure to plan for the emergence of bigger container ships that will not be able to safely pass beneath the West gate Bridge or safely navigate the Yarra River channel, industry warns.
The factional warfare gripping Victorian Labor is set to intensify.
Jaala Pulford's speech for voluntary assisted dying took a little over 12 minutes; roughly one minute for each week between the day her teenage daughter was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer and the day she died.
VicForests has been forced to cancel its plan to clearfell an untouched part of the Kuark rainforest in east Gippsland after environmental activists won an injunction in the Supreme Court today.