Leah Heiss is no stranger to the Victorian Premier’s Design Awards (VPDA), as both a long-time judge and dual VPDA award recipient.
Melbourne-based Rove Wheelchairs is single-handedly changing the perception and stigma around disability products.
The owner of the Deep Blue Hotel and Hot Springs, Gene Seabrook, shares how he thinks upcoming mobile coverage improvements will benefit his business.
Computers that can quickly and accurately identify cancer patterns have the potential to save lives and transform the breast screening process.
Tyama is an exciting new multisensory exhibition, developed by Museums Victoria exclusively for Melbourne Museum.
Businesses across Melbourne’s South-East have been upskilling and modernising their operations with the Digital Pathways Program.
The Astronomical Society of Victoria’s all-abilities telescope is making the cosmos more accessible.
A pioneer program in the Wimmera Southern Mallee sets the benchmark for the future of regional healthcare in Victoria.
Find out how a dairy farm is innovating in the Goulburn Valley to improve health and productivity.
Working with a startup has been an exciting experience for students taking part in SummerTech LIVE.
Some members of Yarraville’s United Housing Co-operative accessed the internet at home for the first time, thanks to the Let’s Stay Connected Fund.
The days of the site office piled high with safety and compliance paperwork are over thanks to 1Breadcrumb’s innovative workplace platform.
Studying in Australia gave Alex a unique opportunity to explore his entrepreneurial side. Now his delivery platform is helping businesses in Ballarat.
Find out how a local company is connected to Steven Spielberg’s film, 'Minority Report'.
Celina Clarke has been in the design business for over thirty years and says the awards create a benchmark for design excellence.
In 1919 at the tender age of 22, Kew local Alice Anderson entered the history books by opening Australia’s first all-female car garage.
After years working in radio and travelling around the world, Jarrod Pickford returned to regional Victoria and realised his passion was storytelling.