The Victorian government has passed legislation to lift the bar for the state's corruption watchdog on when it can hold public hearings.
Thousands of Victorians might have been exposed to a potentially-fatal bacteria by food at hospitals, aged care homes and council-run services.
A police officer has been given a good behaviour bond without conviction for kicking a handcuffed woman in a Ballarat police cell.
A court has awarded $180,000 to a Melbourne newspaper journalist who wasn't shown how to deal with the death and destruction linked to the job.
Six men have confessed to a plot to sail a fishing boat from northern Australia to the Philippines as part of a plan to overthrow the county's government.
Melbourne's Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas has been jailed for at least 46 years, but his victims' families say the sentence is "not harsh enough".
The man responsible for the Bourke Street rampage was jailed for life, a Melbourne court decided on Friday. What led to his 2017 crime spree?
An attempted cyber attack on Toyota Australia continues to affect its operations nationwide, although its dealer network remains up and running.
James Gargasoulas will spend at least 46 years in jail for driving a stolen car through central Melbourne, killing six pedestrians and injuring 27 others.
A Melbourne university student is the city's latest measles case in the city, with health authorities issuing an exposure risk alert for several public sites.
Melbourne's Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering six people and injuring dozens more in a driving rampage.
Reason Party Leader Fiona Patten says Melbourne's supervised injecting room is not working as well as initially hoped and it needs to have its hours extended.
A 53-year-old man who was shot in Melbourne's southwest has been taken to hospital with serious head injuries, as police hunt his attacker.
Alexander Li collapsed and was struggling to breath as temperatures reached close to 40C. Within hours he was dead.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners is now calling on the government to ban the practice.
A Victorian defence barrister has claimed a vulnerable 14-year-old consented to sex because he went online to "seek out" experiences.