While there are five more weeks of Stage 4 restrictions for Melburnians, medical commentator Dr Norman Swan argues cases could drop off much sooner.
Two Victorian prisoners must serve more jail time after brutally bashing and raping a fellow inmate over demands for contraband tobacco.
A woman who threatened to kill her Orthodox Jewish father at his Synagogue has been awarded more than $3 million from his deceased estate.
Nineteen more Victorians have died of coronavirus, making it the nation's deadliest day of the pandemic, with the Australian death toll now surpassing 300.
Three stores opened their doors in Victoria replacing Target Country outlets, with the rest expected to open within the next year.
Health workers have told a survey they have limited access to protective gear they need to safely fight coronavirus, but authorities say it's being distributed.
A woman is dead and a man it's believed she knew is under police guard in hospital after he was involved in a crash in regional Victoria.
Australia could be just a day away from breaking through 300 fatalities from the coronavirus after Victoria marked another deadly recorded with 17 more deaths.
COVID-19 has now made us two Australias. There’s Victoria – most specifically Melbourne – and then there’s the rest of the country.
Seventeen more people have died from COVID-19 in Victoria, marking the state's deadliest day of the pandemic and bringing the national toll closer to 300.
Amid Victoria's second coronavirus lockdown, the state has observed a surge in young people going to emergency rooms after self harming.
The Victorian government is investing a further $60 million towards acute mental health support to keep people out of the state's busy emergency departments.
Premier Daniel Andrews has sought to allay health workers' concerns about vulnerability to COVID-19 by detailing Victoria's protective equipment supplies.
Victoria has recorded 466 new cases of coronavirus and 12 more deaths including a man in his 30s, though the state's second wave is stabilising.
A man caught breaking Melbourne's curfew to buy cigarettes and lollies is among 197 people fined for breaching coronavirus restrictions in the state.