A council is playing catch-up after not telling residents and businesses in Melbourne's northwest they live and work above an old landfill leaking gases.
Energy retailers will no longer be able to lure in Victorian customers with low prices only to increase the price within months following a rule change.
Melbourne's Yarra Trams and the Rail, Tram and Bus Union reach pay deal after months of strikes, following intervention by the public transport minister.
The Victorian government is giving cash to bushfire-affected communities to bring in tourists as part of an $8.5m tourism and jobs fund.
Freight and passenger trains are expected to resume operations between Melbourne and Sydney following repairs at the scene of the accident that killed two.
Victorians with historical crime records will be able to have them removed under a spent convictions scheme to be introduced by the state government.
An Asian doctor at Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital was told by family to stay away from a child she was treating amid fear of the coronavirus outbreak.
The issue of union members being poached from other divisions in the CFMMEU was an 'elephant in the room', a witness had said in the court fight over the issue.
A Metro Train driver who fainted due to dehydration was behind the controls when it crashed into a buffer stop as it was being stationed in Melbourne.
A surgical nurse from the Philippines has been jailed in Victoria after posing as a child online to send and receive thousands of child abuse images.
The dad-to-be was on a date night with his wife when eating barramundi caused him to have a severe allergic reaction.
The likelihood of men developing obesity and related metabolic diseases and women to suffer from autoimmune diseases has been linked to their immune systems.
A vet has hit out at the Victorian government after they announced details of this year's duck season despite over a billion animals being killed by bushfires.
Heartbroken families of some of the Bourke Street victims killed in James Gargasoulas' attack have lashed police for failures in the lead-up to the tragedy.
Hundreds of members from the manufacturing arm of the CFMMEU were encouraged to join union official John Setka's construction branch, a court has been told.
A man charged with several gun offences has been bailed with conditions after raids linked him to the death of fruiterer Paul Virgona on a Melbourne road.
A second man charged with murder over the death of a former associate of Victorian drug kingpin Tony Mokbel has been ordered to have his tattoos photographed.
The Victorian Government has launched a $5.3 million plan to better support Aboriginal people fighting homelessness and gaining permanent housing.