Research has debunked some big Melbourne myths, including that Sydney's traffic is worse.
Ben Schneiders is an investigative reporter at The Age.
Are we sacrificing the very things that made Melbourne a destination for so many in the first place?
Chinese real estate developer proposes luxurious new suburb on badly contaminated former defence land in Maribyrnong - complete with a new canal carved through a sweeping bend in the Maribyrnong River.
The conservative union that undercut the pay and conditions of more than 250,000 workers in a series of substandard wage deals is seeking to "come in from the cold" by rejoining Victoria's peak union body.
Low-paid Victorians have been offered the "opportunity" to work for nothing at this weekend's grand prix, sparking union claims the government-sponsored event is in breach of workplace laws.
Workers at Alcoa’s damaged Portland smelter will be asked to help save their jobs by taking holidays as the aluminium giant decides on its future in Australia.
Controversial Victorian Labor MP Cesar Melhem is under formal investigation over allegedly corrupt deals struck in his former role as head of the Australian Workers Union.
After working 13-hour shifts in stifling conditions, some of the volunteers at Melbourne's Fashion Festival in March were on the verge of collapse.
The scandal-plagued Health Services Union is poised to rejoin the Labor Party in Victoria, as part of Bill Shorten's expansion of his right-wing power base in his home state.
Melhem is a problem Daniel Andrews will have to deal with again soon, if Labor's right sub-faction allows it