Discover an award-winning tourism site with a dark past run by Ararat volunteers.
The ignite event series is working with business to reaffirm Victoria as the nation’s knowledge capital.
Flinders Street Station has been undergoing a massive restoration over the last few years. Find out about the specialised trades involved.
Protecting Victoria’s crop and horticulture industries is all in a day’s work for Dr Rosa Crnov.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Step back in time to the swinging sixties at Melbourne Museum’s latest showstopper.
In celebration of NAIDOC Week, we speak with Andrew Jackomos, Executive Director of the Aboriginal Economic Development branch within the Department.
Take a tattoo trip around the world from Samoa to Japan and back to Melbourne at the Immigration Museum’s latest show.
A new pilot program allowing for improved negotiation between landowners & mineral explorers has been welcomed in regional Victoria.
Mining has traditionally been a male-dominated sector, but here’s one woman who’s levelling the playing field.
It’s fun. It’s high stakes and it celebrates Victoria’s thriving science scene. It’s veski’s fast smarts innovation program.
A leading light in the production of cancer diagnostic instruments, Rochelle Avinu was recognised at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame awards.
Find out how a 32-year-old engineer is adding value to our state’s aircraft manufacturing sector.
During National Reconciliation Week we speak with Elly Patira, director of Aboriginal affairs at the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victoria.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Wheelers Hill’s footballers and cricketers have welcomed the opening of dedicated female facilities at their local pavilion.
Victoria’s four Asia-based Commissioners recently participated in a panel discussion. Discover what we learnt from being in attendance.
Victoria’s 100 + country racing clubs are having a resurgence. Find out more about the regional communities benefiting from regional racing
WATCH THE VIDEO: Journey into the fascinating, hidden depths of the gut at Melbourne Museum’s latest show.
Clara Gaff is spearheading efforts to tackle genetic heart, kidney, cancer, deafness and neurological conditions.