Stuart is a Yorta Yorta man, father of four and while he’s just started on his art journey, his contribution to the story of Echuca’s past is big.
Andrea Evans-McCall’s Churchill Fellowship is bringing her a step closer to changing education in Gippsland and removing barriers to employment.
Meet some extraordinary women across regional Victoria helping #BreakTheBias this International Women’s Day.
A South Gippsland farmer is turning his passion for bees and their crucial role in food supply and the environment into his core business.
Care Essentials' commitment to health currently has Geelong on the international map as exports of their warming blanket continue to build.
Mildura’s riverfront isn’t the only place going through a transformation. Meet Michael Shipsides, owner of Shippy’s café.
The small Baw Baw community of Rawson has been the driving force behind a new skate park that local kids and visitors to the region will love.
Heywood’s famous sky-high water tower has transformed into a towering tribute recognising Gunditjmara war heroes.
Ballarat is fast becoming a hub for creatives, turning lanes into art galleries, bank buildings into studios and cul-de-sacs into exhibition spaces.
New outdoor gym equipment in Talbot in Victoria’s north-west is being taken up enthusiastically by the community, improving health and connections.
VIDEO: Traditional Owners of Buchan Caves Reserve were severely affected by the 2019/20 bushfires, but rebuilding has embedded cultural practices.
A Geelong-based manufacturer, a university and a men’s crisis accommodation are paving the way in creating sustainable housing.
Women from culturally diverse communities are being empowered through a business incubator, funded by the Victorian Government.
The new Latrobe Valley GovHub embodies the essence and history of the rich industrial past of Morwell. Find out what makes the building so unique.
VIDEO: After the 2019 bushfires, the couple behind Sailors Grave brewery are finally about to realise their ambition of building a tourist destination
VIDEO: The Mallacoota bushfires destroyed Carol & Paul family business, but a grant from the Victorian Government helped them get back on their feet.
Phillip Island based engineer, Mat Bowtell, made an unusual choice after he was retrenched from the automotive industry – he decided to work for free.
Where fast & safe medical testing has become more important than ever, now is the time to improve how we deliver medical supplies. Why not use drones?