Meet some extraordinary women across regional Victoria helping #BreakTheBias this International Women’s Day.
Many of Melbourne’s most loved gardens, cycling tracks and fishing spots were once quarries producing the materials that built the suburbs around them
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.
New outdoor gym equipment in Talbot in Victoria’s north-west is being taken up enthusiastically by the community, improving health and connections.
Moe GP Lindsay Wakefield has morphed into a market-leading manufacturer, selling custom lifts to the US, Japan, South East Asia and the Middle East.
A Geelong-based manufacturer, a university and a men’s crisis accommodation are paving the way in creating sustainable housing.
After 10 years and 80,000 hours of painstaking restoration, Australia’s oldest wooden tall ship has returned to Victoria Harbour, Docklands.
From humble Scottish beginnings to landmarks around big cities and country towns, Mechanic’s Institutes have been around for over 200 years.
Dr Jackson Yin’s kit home business pivoted online during lockdown, thanks to a $50,000 Business Victoria innovation grant.
From a revolving restaurant in Qatar, to a Las Vegas casino bar, to a Tehran telecommunication tower, Australian Turntable Company has gone global.
Waverley City Soccer Club will have a new home ground advantage for the growing number of football participants within the community.
Gargarro Regional Botanic Garden is set to be a major attraction for the Goulburn Valley and Loddon Mallee region.
How do you rise to the top in science? We glean advice from four women who have done just that, including Victoria’s Lead Scientist, Amanda Caples.
Flinders Street Station has been undergoing a massive restoration over the last few years. Find out about the specialised trades involved.
Mining has traditionally been a male-dominated sector, but here’s one woman who’s levelling the playing field.
About 80,000 jobs and 80,000 homes are targeted to be created by 2050 at Fishermans Bend.
We spoke with Jill Garner, Victoria’s Government Architect, about her background and role.