An old saying goes, a little knowledge is a good thing. When it comes to stopping biosecurity threats to Australia it’s a great thing.
With help from a grant from the First Peoples’ Business Support Fund, two artists have repivoted their business to trade through the pandemic.
Twenty years ago, four brothers arrived in Australia from India. Today they head up a major agricultural enterprise in the Victorian Mallee.
A Geelong-based manufacturer, a university and a men’s crisis accommodation are paving the way in creating sustainable housing.
The state is back open for business with the long weekend marking the return of major events in Victoria.
In a talent win, the UK’s former Deputy Chief Vet is now our Chief Vet, helping to keep Victoria safe on the animal health and biosecurity frontline.
After 10 years and 80,000 hours of painstaking restoration, Australia’s oldest wooden tall ship has returned to Victoria Harbour, Docklands.
Studying in Australia gave Alex a unique opportunity to explore his entrepreneurial side. Now his delivery platform is helping businesses in Ballarat.
Members of a trailblazing community choir have stayed connected in lockdown through online video performances.
Senior scientist Dr Peter Moate recently retired, but in his 42 year career he contributed to world-leading research in agriculture & medicine.
Find out how a local company is connected to Steven Spielberg’s film, 'Minority Report'.
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.
Get a taste of cuisines from around the globe in Melbourne’s west.
In a coup for regional Victoria, Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale will host the Archibald Prize 2021 from 8 October.
Australia’s largest olive oil producer, headquartered in Corio, is making inroads into Japan, Korea, and the US.
Celina Clarke has been in the design business for over thirty years and says the awards create a benchmark for design excellence.
Maddy Gallagher found herself stuck at a crossroads after finishing Year 12, but she’s now got a job that she loves.