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.
In 2021 the Victorian Government announced $100,000 in grants from the Public Libraries Funding Program for the 10 Mechanics’ Institutes offering libr
Local leaders are helping Victoria’s regional communities thrive with new projects and ideas.
The Ballarat and District Aboriginal Co-operative is establishing an Elders' Living Village with the support of the Victorian Government.
Businesses across Melbourne’s South-East have been upskilling and modernising their operations with the Digital Pathways Program.
Atal Samad came here as an international student in 2013. He now works at Global Victoria, helping international students build careers in Victoria.
The Astronomical Society of Victoria’s all-abilities telescope is making the cosmos more accessible.
A pioneer program in the Wimmera Southern Mallee sets the benchmark for the future of regional healthcare in Victoria.
A dental prosthetics lab in the Latrobe Valley is helping students start their careers as dental technicians, providing vital services to locals.
Hakim Halim is a Singaporean Asian cheesemonger who founded Ripe Cheese at the iconic Queen Victoria market, and whose online business is now growing.
Working with a startup has been an exciting experience for students taking part in SummerTech LIVE.
Andrea Evans-McCall’s Churchill Fellowship is bringing her a step closer to changing education in Gippsland and removing barriers to employment.
Meet some extraordinary women across regional Victoria helping #BreakTheBias this International Women’s Day.
A community breakfast program is connecting Boronia locals with support services and each other.
Some members of Yarraville’s United Housing Co-operative accessed the internet at home for the first time, thanks to the Let’s Stay Connected Fund.
Aboriginal Elders across Melbourne are staying connected with their culture during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Legendary wheelchair tennis coach Greg Crump and four-times Australian Open champion Heath Davidson have watched the sport grow over the decades.