A 55-year-old Flemington woman has been arrested over the death of a Clayton man more than a decade ago.
Homicide detectives have charged the woman with the murder of Roy Nicol in April, 2002.
Mr Nicol was found injured at his home in Clayton in March 2002 and was taken to hospital where he died on April 25 as a result of the injuries.
Boronika Hothnyang, 24, was remanded to stand trial in the County Court next May 16.
Pupils link into cybersafety
Moonee Ponds West Primary School has joined a youth advisory group on cybersafety.
Pupils will have the chance to talk to the government via a secure online website using a range of methods including blogs, discussion forums, quizzes and polls.
The government in turn learns about the issues facing young people and the best ways to communicate with them to keep them safe online.
Now in its fourth year, the program has resulted in initiatives such as the Easy Guide to Socialising Online, which provides cybersafety information about social networking sites and online games.
Flemington a deeper shade of green
Momentum Energy has joined forces with the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) to deliver a major new sustainability initiative and enhance the Melbourne Cup Carnival's 'green' credentials.
The partnership will see Flemington racecourse powered by clean energy 365 days a year.
The VRC was last year recognised as a leader in environmental management and received the prestigious Melbourne 'award for contribution to sustainability'.
Pair arrested for liquor thefts
Two people have been charged following a series of thefts from liquor stores across Melbourne.
A 21-year-old Southbank man was last week charged with 19 counts of theft and one of attempted theft.
Police charged a 19-year-old Chelsea woman with the same offences on June 19.
The thefts were in Chelsea Heights, Brighton, Fawkner, Doncaster, Eltham and Essendon between May 21 and June 10.
Both were bailed to appear at Melbourne Magistrates Court this month.