Victorians are supporting small businesses across the state over the festive season and beyond.
Meet RMIT University’s Tim Lutton, named Design Institute of Australia’s Industrial Design Graduate of the Year.
Local researchers have created a finger prick test that can reveal your level of immunity and establish whether you may need a COVID-19 booster shot.
Moe GP Lindsay Wakefield has morphed into a market-leading manufacturer, selling custom lifts to the US, Japan, South East Asia and the Middle East.
On the back of the COP26 in Glasgow, Jarad Daniels, the new CEO of the Melbourne-headquartered Global CCS Institute, talks carbon capture trends.
Susan Oliver is a leader in the field and a passionate and committed supporter of women-led startups, helping to drive success.
In a talent win, the UK’s former Deputy Chief Vet is now our Chief Vet, helping to keep Victoria safe on the animal health and biosecurity frontline.
After 10 years and 80,000 hours of painstaking restoration, Australia’s oldest wooden tall ship has returned to Victoria Harbour, Docklands.
Find out how a local company is connected to Steven Spielberg’s film, 'Minority Report'.
Dr Jackson Yin’s kit home business pivoted online during lockdown, thanks to a $50,000 Business Victoria innovation grant.
Get a taste of cuisines from around the globe in Melbourne’s west.
In a coup for regional Victoria, Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale will host the Archibald Prize 2021 from 8 October.
Australia’s largest olive oil producer, headquartered in Corio, is making inroads into Japan, Korea, and the US.
Celina Clarke has been in the design business for over thirty years and says the awards create a benchmark for design excellence.
From a revolving restaurant in Qatar, to a Las Vegas casino bar, to a Tehran telecommunication tower, Australian Turntable Company has gone global.
How do you help make farming profitable as climate change impacts? That’s the challenge tackled by Victoria’s Agriculture & Climate Change Council.
We profile Laura Chibnall who is this year’s Minerals Council of Australia Exceptional Woman in Resources for Victoria.
Helping struggling Victorian farmers recruit and retain thousands of workers during harvest is keeping Del Delpitiya busy during the pandemic.