The beloved 1930s picture theatre has reopened with a new backstage so it can play host to so much more than movies.
Located halfway between Ballarat and Maryborough, Clunes’ Town Hall is continuing to make a positive impact on the town’s community spirit.
Computers that can quickly and accurately identify cancer patterns have the potential to save lives and transform the breast screening process.
Today, on Australasian Women in Emergencies Day, we're honouring the valuable contribution of women in emergency management and disaster resilience.
With just over 150 residents, Warrenbayne’s tight-knit community is brought together through the revamp of its community hall.
When former AFL player Brad Johnson and partner Donna Johnson noticed a lack of protective gear for female athletes, they decided to fill the gap.
The Lauriston Hall has been serving the local community for almost 100 years with recent upgrades providing more ways to connect.
In Timor-Leste, Agriculture Victoria is helping to safe-guard Australia from international biosecurity risks – and it’s already paying dividends.
A Victorian community pays tribute to former CFA volunteer who campaigned for a new community hub following the 2018 St Patrick Day bushfires.
What started as a small hall in the middle of a cow paddock is now turning Victoria’s country live music scene on its head.
Making the move to regional Victoria and leaving behind your friends and family can be filled with uncertainty, but also great satisfaction.
Fairness starts with listening for Victoria’s new Local Jobs First Commissioner, Moana Weir.
Find out how a new multi-purpose pavilion is transforming hockey and connecting community.
For National Science Week 2022, six scientists working across the resources sector highlight what inspired them and their careers.
The story behind the Trafalgar Holden Museum in central Gippsland started off with one man and his shed of Holden heritage motor cars.
A cinema in the rural town of Euroa in the state’s north-east is a beloved venue that unites the community and brings people together.
In 2021 the Victorian Government announced $100,000 in grants from the Public Libraries Funding Program for the 10 Mechanics’ Institutes offering libr
A Melbourne start-up designing building materials using seaweed residue as a replacement for cement is in the early stages of testing and development.