About 80,000 jobs and 80,000 homes are targeted to be created by 2050 at Fishermans Bend.
During National Reconciliation Week we speak with Elly Patira, director of Aboriginal affairs at the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victoria.
We spoke with Jill Garner, Victoria’s Government Architect, about her background and role.
Victoria’s four Asia-based Commissioners recently participated in a panel discussion. Discover what we learnt from being in attendance.
Carly Jordan is a state finalist in the AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award. She has developed a migrant resettlement model to boost regional towns.
WATCH THE VIDEO: We met with Victoria’s Local Jobs First Commissioner Don Matthews to talk about his work.
We speak with Victoria’s 29th Governor, Her Excellency the Honourable Linda Dessau AC.
Almost half of all business migrants to Australia call Victoria home, helped along by our state’s Skilled and Business Migration Program.
In another of our 2018 highlights series, it is a pleasure to share the most popular articles of the year.
For those who appreciate insightful conversations with compelling people, we recommend reviewing our top interviews and profile pieces from 2018.
In 2018 we published hundreds of feature articles, news stories and think-pieces about the people, programs and places which make Victoria tick.
In 2018 we visited many festivals, events and exhibitions across Victoria, cameras at the ready.
As we head into peak bushfire season, don’t get caught out: grab a copy of the ‘Insure It, It’s Worth It’ toolkit.
What is an ‘earth resource’ and why does it matter to Victoria? A new snapshot of the industry details the answer, as well as other lead findings.
A partnership between a tertiary training institute and one of Victoria’s biggest hospitals is set to alter the job prospects for disabled students.
In January, Dr Collette Burke was appointed as Victoria’s inaugural Chief Engineer. She talks us through her key achievements to date.
Findings from a recent survey reveal community attitudes to growth and development.
For more than 22 years, Richard Bolt has dedicated his life to public service.