A new one-of-a-kind food education institution may be on the cards for Daylesford, led by restaurant doyenne Alla Wolf-Tasker.
Migrant entrepreneurs are twice as likely to start businesses, according to a report in Harvard Business Review, for example Tesla and Kogan.
This year’s Australian Open tournament promises greater viewing numbers from around the globe.
Victorian Government funding is helping to put Victorian regions on the international wine appreciation map.
There are plenty of compelling reasons why Melbourne is a great place to do business in 2018.
The rollout of the $18 million Regional Rail Connectivity Project will help to improve mobile blackspots on Victoria's busiest regional rail lines.
The first update into a three-and-a-half-year study of Victoria’s gas reserves and resources is now available.
Phillip Island Nature Park’s $58 million revamp of the Penguin Parade Visitor Centre is set to benefit more than just the penguins.
The establishment of lucrative emerging industries is transforming Fishermans Bend and will help turbo-charge Melbourne’s future prosperity.
Maggie Zhou, Australia and New Zealand Managing Director of Alibaba Group, is the inaugural Victorian Government Honorary Business Ambassador.
Melbourne has surpassed other Australian capital cities as a corporate location due mostly to declining activity in the resources sector.
It’s official: Melbourne is Australia’s smartest city.
Australians have given a ringing endorsement of legalising same-sex marriage in the Federal Government’s landmark postal survey.
Australians are the most tolerant and welcoming people on earth when it comes to migrants, according to renowned demographer, Bernard Salt.
An international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons that originated in Carlton in Melbourne has been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize for Peace.
Free public WiFi has been made available in Melbourne city centre including Bourke St Mall and on platforms at Melbourne's city train stations.
Telstra’s 2017 Cyber Security Report found that 59 per cent of Australian organisations have detected a business interrupting breach at least monthly.
There are more Australians but most will live in Melbourne rather than Sydney by 2030 – and we are getting older.