Drivers should brace for a sweeping upgrade of speed cameras across the state, as the Napthine government rolls out new speeding cameras costing taxpayers $17.1 million.
The Thai surrogate mother of a critically ill twin baby abandoned by his Australian biological parents says she is determined to bring him up in her impoverished village with her two children aged six and three.
Sydney jihadist Khaled Sharrouf claims he has been on a path to radicalism for more than a decade, despite a court determining in 2009 that it was unlikely he would commit further terrorist offences.
Mark Thompson reckons Sydney's ball magnets more than masked Lance Franklin's absence, but John Longmire's midfield stocks are about to be replenished further with Dan Hannebery nearing a return for the Swans.
BALLARAT has experienced its coldest day in 20 years on Friday as emergency services warn motorists to be wary of black ice.
A drunk driver who blew more than five times over the limit was found bogged in a park in Frankston before dawn on Saturday.
Australian investigators at the crash zone of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 hope to use a window of just seven to ten days to recover human remains and belongings - but there is no plan yet to begin investigating who shot down the Boeing 777 carrying 298 people.
After a night of thunderstorms, hail and frosty temperatures, the sun will finally break in Melbourne, as temperatures slowly rise and sky begins to clear over the weekend.
The lawyer for a group of Tamil asylum seekers at the centre of a High Court challenge says he had no idea his clients were being transferred to Nauru in a secret overnight operation.