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Dangerous drug-driver rams police

A drugged-up driver who struck two police officers at a McDonald’s drive-through then led police on a “highly dangerous” pursuit through the South East...

Minister steps away from Kingswood

Newly-appointed Planning Minister Lizzie Blandthorn has excluded herself from deciding on a controversial redevelopment proposal at Kingswood Golf Course due to a conflict of...

ALP ‘corruption’ referred to police

Victoria Police should investigate Operation Watts’s corruption allegations against the Labor Party, says the State Opposition. Opposition police spokesperson Brad Battin said he referred the...

‘Armed robber’ charged after pursuit

A Dandenong man who allegedly held up a driver in Springvale has been arrested after a police pursuit. The 22-year-old, while driving a stolen grey...

No-interest loans for life’s hardships

More than 1000 financially-struggling households could be helped by a newly-expanded no-interest loans service in Melbourne’s South East. South East No Interest Loans (NILs) aims...

Final bridge beams installed at Pound Road West Upgrade

The final bridge beams have been lifted into place over the Cranbourne rail line for the new Pound Road West bridge. As part...

$162m aid for emergency hospitals

A new paediatric GP respiratory clinic at Monash Children’s Hospital is part of a $162 million package to boost ailing hospitals in Victoria. The GP-led...

‘Gang rivals’ charged over stabbing, home invasion spree

Seven youths have been arrested over a stabbing in Springvale and three aggravated home invasions in Hampton Park, Noble Park and Dandenong last month. Gang...

’Red-shirt’ exchange probed

Premier Daniel Andrews has told an inquiry he had a “very brief encounter” with former colleague Adem Somyurek but had “no sense” that the...

Integrity overhaul

The State Government has vowed to implement all 21 recommendations from the Operation Watts inquiry into Labor MPs and staff misconduct. Premier Daniel Andrews apologised...

‘Architect’ declines to respond

Former Labor MP Adem Somyurek was the “architect” behind his Moderate Labor faction’s branch-stacking campaigns in Melbourne’s south east, north and west in 2017-’20,...

‘Unethical’ breaches not ’‘criminal’

Former state Labor ministers Adem Somyurek and Marlene Kairouz will not be recommended for criminal charges over roles in “extensive misconduct” including branch-stacking in...

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Update: Police investigate “suspicious” Keysborough fire

Police are investigating a suspicious fire that engulfed an abandoned house on Greens Road, Keysborough. FRV and CFA fire crews were called out to the...