Having access to sick pay means Victoria’s casual workers no longer have to choose between going to work sick or missing out on pay.
For Edna Male and Pat Webb, the installation of a stair-lift in a creative community space has made a huge difference to their lives.
The latest Yalingwa exhibition is now open at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. It celebrates First Peoples art across south-east Australia.
Nothing can stop these Victorians from participating in something they love – gymnastics.
Facility upgrades are helping Heidelberg United Football Club reach new heights.
A neighbourhood walk 5 years ago has evolved into the Future Homes initiative, a better way of planning the future of apartment living in Melbourne.
Looking for a fast lane into a new job opportunity, well why not try swim teaching?
VIDEO: Reservoir’s Colour My Neighbourhood project has connected neighbours and created a sense of community pride through 6 beautiful murals.
Chelsea Frawley, the eldest daughter of St Kilda legend, Danny Frawley, is kicking goals by raising awareness of mental health on and off the field.
Southern Lights Ice Hockey Club is providing LGBTIQ+ players with a welcoming place to re-engage with team sport and thrive.
Emma Bamblett is one of several artists who are creating beautiful, culturally important murals to help revitalise Reservoir.
A renovated hub for Aboriginal women and children impacted by family violence will empower the community and continue the work of Aunty Liz Morgan.
Ricky Baldwin is using sport to help change the lives of young Aboriginal athletes.
Residents in the small town of Girgarre devoted a decade to turning an empty paddock into a world-class botanic garden, which opened this month.
A strong Pasifika presence in Tarneit is bringing together community through a vibrant community garden and cultural festivals.
After the October 2022 floods, an army of local volunteers sprang into action to help get the Mooroopna community back on its feet.
A ‘Peace and Harmony’ road mural in Noble Park is giving the local Ukrainian community a renewed sense of national identity and unity.
57-year-old mum of 6, Pamela Knudsen, went from struggling to make ends meet to landing her dream job, with the support of her Jobs Victoria mentor.