The girledworld World of Work Summit 2018 at RMIT University on 16 and 17 June puts female tech trailblazers in contact with teenage girls.
We check in with the chief of AirAsia, Tony Fernandes, about the first overseas flights planned later this year from Avalon Airport.
Six Victorian communities have been given a creative shot in the arm by the Small Town Transformations art project.
A new one-of-a-kind food education institution may be on the cards for Daylesford, led by restaurant doyenne Alla Wolf-Tasker.
Laureate Professor Hugh Taylor and his team are working on phasing out preventable blindness in Australia’s Indigenous communities by 2020.
Johnson & Johnson Innovation is teaming up with one of Victoria’s top research institutions, Monash University. We find out why.
Victoria’s Commissioner to Southeast Asia is Brett Stevens, a former fish farmer, now hooked on life in chaotic, colourful Jakarta.
LaunchVic’s latest grant round – closing 24 May – aims to put Aboriginal entrepreneurs into the driver’s seat.
Hit the road and get your art fix out of town in Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo or Horsham this winter.
Victorian manufacturing is on the up. Australian Industry Group (AIG) CEO Innes Willox takes us inside the resilience of our manufacturing sector.
We speak to Dr Leanne Robinson from the Burnet Institute and Dr Amanda Caples, Victoria’s Lead Scientist, about the eradication of malaria.
Victoria’s latest Business Ambassador, Professor Ian Meredith, is opening trade doors in the healthcare space across North America.
A surprise hit with Chinese tourists chasing the perfect photo, Victoria’s largest salt lake is set for a $2.58 million facelift.
We catch up with the Commissioner for Victoria to South Asia, Michelle Wade.
We chart the rise of Dr Lauren Ayton, a 2015 Victoria Fellow recipient who is now a leading bionic eye researcher in New York.
On Easter Monday, the running of the 137th Stawell Gift again put western Victoria on the national stage, boosting local businesses big and small.
Only 12 per cent of people “building the internet” are women. Yet 34-year-old Melburnian Sheryl Thai is doing her bit to inspire other women to claim
We talk with CyberGym CEO Ofir Hason, whose company has helped to create jobs to help Victorian businesses fight cybercrime.