Having found a full-time job herself, see how one community leader in Victoria’s Ethiopian community is helping others find work through.
Stood down from an analytics role in the airline industry, David flew into a new community role thanks to the Working for Victoria jobs program.
After a heartbreaking start to 2020 for Adam, things are finally turning around.
We speak to a tech-industry expert to understand the essential role technology has played in ushering us through coronavirus (COVID-19).
Five hundred people are being employed to improve hygiene and safety across the city as part of the $500 million Working for Victoria fund.
Victorian company Nucleus Network was chosen to run world-first clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine.
Amid widespread job loss and uncertainty, a Victorian Government employment program matches the newly unemployed with businesses.
Thousands of Victorians have returned to work as part of the Working for Victoria initiative.
The disruptions to Victoria’s business community by coronavirus meant many small businesses have had to adapt quickly and re-focus their business.
Community sport needed to take an inventive turn to stay on the court during coronavirus. Discover how Netball Victoria adapted.
Find out how one Grampians retail outlet flipped its business model and went online.
Second generation business Lifestyle Furniture has come a long way since it set up shop in Geelong back in 1989.
A ceramics studio in Melbourne’s north is using a Business Support Fund grant to help meet the costs of rent, utilities and planning.
Summer bushfires and coronavirus (COVID-19) have thrown hefty curve balls at Bright bike business, Cyclepath.
The Business Support Fund is helping small businesses survive the impacts of coronavirus. Find out how it’s helping Kennett River’s Kafe Koala.
Meet Nate, a hospitality manager who lost his job due to the coronavirus pandemic. He is now working, thanks to Working for Victoria.
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The race is on to find a vaccine for coronavirus (COVID-19) and Melbourne researchers are leading the way.