ABC News - Victoria Belgium's Goffin into last eight with win over eighth seed Thiem 2017-01-23T07:18:19.000000Z David Goffin goes through to his second grand slam quarter-final, defeating Dominic Thiem in four sets at the Australian Open. Truckie had difficulty braking before killing policewoman, court hears 2017-01-23T04:02:10.000000Z A truck driver had "considerable difficulty" braking about 5 kilometres before failing to stop at red lights and killing an off-duty policewoman on a motorcycle in Melbourne's east, a court hears. 'Nothing off the table': Daniel Andrews announces bail system review 2017-01-23T03:33:37.000000Z Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced a "full examination" of the bail system in the state, to be conducted by former Supreme Court judge Paul Coghlan. Accused Bourke St killer charged with five counts of murder 2017-01-23T02:35:21.000000Z The man accused of killing five people and injuring dozens of pedestrians during a rampage through Melbourne's CBD is charged with five counts of murder. Star Maker Rachael Fahim shines on stage at Tamworth Country Music Festival 2017-01-23T02:34:14.000000Z The 2017 Tamworth Country Music Festival Star Maker of the year is Rachael Fahim, from Sydney. How does Victoria's bail justice system work? 2017-01-23T02:28:00.000000Z The bail justice system is unique to Victoria, but following Melbourne's Bourke Street tragedy, it's facing a shake-up. Serena sails into quarter-finals with straight sets win 2017-01-23T02:26:55.000000Z Not at her very best, Serena Williams finds a way to progress to the Australian Open quarter-finals with a 7-5, 6-4 win over Barbora Strycova. $1m reward offered in 1968 case of missing Bendigo teenagers 2017-01-22T23:34:12.000000Z A $1 million reward is being offered to help solve the suspicious disappearance of Bendigo teenagers Maureen Braddy and Allan Whyte almost 50 years ago, with police saying they believe someone in the community holds the key to cracking the cold case. Investors tip $50 million into insect stockfeed company Ynsect 2017-01-22T22:57:01.000000Z Capital raising success has French company Ynsect well placed to succeed in replacing fish, poultry and pig feed with insect meal. Deadly Bourke St rampage prompts bail law reform in Victoria 2017-01-22T20:55:58.000000Z The Victorian Government will establish a night court for magistrates to hear after-hours bail requests, as part of a big shake-up of the system following Melbourne's Bourke Street tragedy.