Victoria is becoming one of the most desirable filming locations in the world.
After fire gutted Carlton's La Mama Theatre last year, we speak to Co-CEO & Creative Director Liz Jones about the rebuild.
Engineer Tara Halliday, one of three women who has received a 2019 Women on Boards scholarship, is helping to reduce our environmental footprint.
With experience in the mining, oil and gas industries, engineer Sarah Callil is an “agent of change.”
New geological research confirms that thanks to New Zealand, the Victorian Alps are rising.
Combining science and cinema to reveal the microscopic worlds inside human bodies - we find out more about the work of biomedical animator Drew Berry.
Infectious disease expert Sharon Lewin speaks to us about why Melbourne is leading the race to cure HIV.
With its online education platform KneoWorld being rolled out in schools overseas we speak to a Melbourne tech company on the rise.
A new mining scholarship aims to help more women, such as Loretta, gain a seat in boardrooms.
Proudly Victorian-made, an innovative microchipped cricket ball has made its world debut at the holy grail of cricket, Lord's.
Vietnamese refugee Vivienne Nguyen brings 25 years of experience to her role as the new chair of Victoria’s Multicultural Commission.
What does the future hold for our international student sector? We hear from the experts.
To win over Chinese tourists, Colac is using QR codes to communicate with customers in their language of choice.
A Monash University drug could potentially save the lives of thousands of new mothers.
Sally Capp will present the keynote address at the Future Female conference, focusing on international women studying in Victoria.
One of the world’s most advanced 3D bioprinters has been named product of the year at the recent National Good Design Awards.
Victoria is set to be a global player in hydrogen energy through its new Latrobe Valley coal plant trial.
Festival Director, playwright, novelist & Muruwari woman Jane Harrison chats to us about the festival, First Nations writers, and this year's program.