Commercial builder Emad Farag says he will meet with residents to address issues in their apartments, as the Victorian Building Authority issues a three-year suspension to the builder "in the interests of the public".
The travel company at the centre of a string of controversies will host a Liberal Party fundraiser, just a week after it was revealed it did not charge Finance Minister Mathias Cormann for a family vacation.
A showdown looms in State Parliament over the 10-year extension of tolls on CityLink, which the Government argues is needed to pay for the $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel.
A controversial sky rail will be built by the Victorian Government in Melbourne's inner-east, in order to remove a notoriously congested level crossing next to the Monash Freeway.
With Australian doctors' ongoing reluctance to prescribe it to patients, the nation's fledgling medicinal cannabis industry is eyeing off the export markets in its bid to take off.
Daniel Andrews' big win over the Liberal Party in the Victorian gives him plenty of power to flex against the under-pressure Morrison Government ahead of this year's federal election, writes Richard Willingham.
Traffic is slowing in Australia's major cities as roads become more congested, with speeds in Adelaide the most sluggish and conditions in Melbourne deteriorating quicker than any other capital city, a new report shows.
The Victorian Government's suburban train loop plan has been warmly received by the public, but experts are divided about the need for and viability of the $50 billion project.
A bold proposal for a bank levy — similar to one dumped by South Australia — has been put forward by the Victorian Greens ahead of the state election, which if backed could raise $1.5 billion for the state.
Staff at poker machine venues owned by supermarket giant Woolworths spied on punters and offered extra free drinks to "high-value" customers in a bid to boost profits, contrary to the company's commitment to responsible gambling, an inquiry finds.