Deborah Gough Fears over the safety of Flinders Street Station's roof has forced staff to vacate a floor of the historic station, it was revealed on a tour of the station on Wednesday.
Deborah Gough Melbourne teenager Feliks Zemdegs has twisted his way into the history books, winning the World Rubik's Cube Championship in Las Vegas.
Deborah Gough About 200 Tecoma protesters are massing for a peaceful protest against a proposed McDonald's restaurant saying they fear bulldozers will arrive on Wednesday in the Dandenongs town.
Deborah Gough A bandit who threatens his victims with a hand-written note has struck again in Melbourne's north, robbing an Essendon gaming venue on Saturday night.
Deborah Gough Police are investigating links between an illegal gambling den and organised crime after they raided an Abbotsford warehouse on Friday night.
Deborah Gough Lonely Planet staff in Melbourne are bracing themselves for wide-scale redundancies on Thursday.
Deborah Gough McDonald's has slapped Supreme Court writs on anti-development protesters at Tecoma in the Dandenong Ranges, claiming a blockade is causing costly delays in construction.
Deborah Gough Police expect to find blood and DNA in a car seized in country Victoria as they investigate the disappearance of an armed robber and a central figure murdered in Melbourne’s gangland war a decade ago.
Deborah Gough A woman had her eye socket smashed and her nose broken as she fought off a man who tried to tear off her clothes at a train station in Melbourne's west.
Deborah Gough Two home burglars are using the ruse that they have kicked their football over the fence to case homes for potential victims.
Deborah Gough A truck driver is trapped and traffic in Lloyd Street, West Melbourne, is expected to be diverted until at least 1pm.
Deborah Gough Melbourne men have said goodbye to a spot for a historic tinkle, as Melbourne City Council flushed concrete into one its last remaining underground toilets.
Deborah Gough An octogenarian on hunger strike has said he would rather die than lose his life's work as a taxi licensee.
Deborah Gough An 80-year-old taxi licence holder has begun a hunger strike, labelling licence reforms "racist".
Deborah Gough The fire at Yallourn power station that ignited as union members were locked out of the station in an industrial dispute is not suspicious, the Country Fire Authority says.
Deborah Gough Like son, like ... or so went the talk about composer Percy Grainger's engineer father John.
Deborah Gough Five taxi drivers protesting at Melbourne Airport on Thursday have begun a hunger strike, demanding that the state government intervene because talks with airport management had broken down.
Deborah Gough Melbourne Airport says it may tow taxis standing in its holding queue if the dispute over the short-fare system does not end.
Deborah Gough You may think your new clothes dryer is coming from a well-known online retailer but scammers have begun setting up phantom websites to mimic legitimate businesses - leaving consumers hanging out to...
Deborah Gough A man has died in St Albans after colliding with a tree in Taylor’s Road.