Residents along St Kilda Road are growing increasingly nervous the value of their properties will drop during the long, loud and ugly construction of the Melbourne tunnel project.
Amelia Barnes How Broadford local Ashley Thorsen built 10 properties by the age of 33, and allowed his parents to live mortgage-free.
Karen Michael Glen Huntly was, until recently, easily overlooked. After the primary school celebrated its centenary, the biggest talking point was whether the suburb's name was one or two words.
Kate Stanton The Victorian government will invest $18.8 million to make new homes and underperforming commercial buildings more energy efficient as part of a package of energy measures.
Nicola McDougall Cherie Barber has personally renovated 101 properties and taught thousands of students how to do it too ??? but insists her success is all a big accident.
Christina Zhou Soaring inner-city house prices mean even Melbourne's millionaires need to compromise.
Jenny Brown Inspired offerings representing best of Victoria's recent architecture is on display in CBD.
Jim Malo A staggering 60 per cent of Queensland first-home buyers are not willing to compromise on location.
Wendy Hughes Never before has Queensland seen a residential development display quite like the show they're putting on for West End's West Village.
Lucy Macken Lara Goodridge is well known as an acclaimed singer and violinist, but her property savvy has gone unremarked, until now.
When Boorowa farmer Robert Riles saw his ewe was struggling to give birth, little did he realise it ...
A Boorowa man who was caught driving during a period of disqualification will spend a further two years ...
This week, John discusses the stall held by Hilltops Council, the recent deb ball and remembers Jan Poplin.
The Boorowa Makers & Growers Community Markets will be held this Saturday, May 27 from 9am at the ...
Derrick Mason responds to comments made in the Word in the Streets column.
This week’s History Snippet comes from the edition of the Burrowa News, dated May 26, 1916.
It was a stroke event which was won by Kate Crisp on a countback from Monica Good.