The government is facing a growing resistance from Djab Wurrung traditional owners over the destruction of cultural heritage. Is this a litmus test for what's to come with treaty negotiations?
The event is hotly debated every year, and every year the government of the day defends it. What do the numbers tell us?
From underworld killings to high-level corruption scandals, here are some of the biggest stories which have been gagged by Victoria's suppression order regime.
Australia's 'most progressive state' has a lot to answer for.
For the first time in months, female panelists will dominate Q&A. They should have plenty to talk about too.
People stayed after Ash Wednesday because they thought it was the worst of the worst. They left because Black Saturday showed them it wasn't.
Irrigators have been getting hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer handouts to return water to the Murray-Darling when far less expensive, and more effective, ways of achieving the same goal have been ignored by governments.
Who will rid the parliament of this corrosive Dutton-supporting conservative?