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.
Women from culturally diverse communities are being empowered through a business incubator, funded by the Victorian Government.
Maddy Gallagher found herself stuck at a crossroads after finishing Year 12, but she’s now got a job that she loves.
We profile Laura Chibnall who is this year’s Minerals Council of Australia Exceptional Woman in Resources for Victoria.
A group of Papua New Guinean women are building a better support network, thanks to a program of events funded through the Let’s Stay Connected Fund.
An art workshop by Big hART funded through a Victorian Government grant has connected generations in meaningful and lasting ways.
Moving from Melbourne to Lakes Entrance without having anything lined up could be daunting for some, but for Amber Potocnik, opportunity knocked.
Young green thumbs will grow their gardening knowledge as part of a new program, Connecting Junior Gardeners.
Sarah Styles has always loved sport, and now she gets to take her passion to the next level at the Office for Women in Sport & Recreation.
A selection of six of the best events from a thoroughly stellar line-up, happening at Midsumma Festival between 19 April and 5 May.
What’s it like to live and work with an acquired brain injury? Eva Sifis, Small Business Ministerial Council member gives us an insight.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re giving a shout-out to three women who are ground-breaking…. in every sense of the word.
Phillip Island based engineer, Mat Bowtell, made an unusual choice after he was retrenched from the automotive industry – he decided to work for free.
Street artist Kaff-eine joins more than 150 creatives - designers, music producers, light specialists & more, being recruited to revive the city lanes
Learn how a communications professional was placed in the frontline of getting crucial health information to non-English speaking communities.
Morwell’s new GovHub building has teamed up with Correction Victoria’s The Torch program to create artworks with a difference.
For Melbourne’s international students experiencing hardship, a free supermarket is helping them get by.