What’s it like to live and work with an acquired brain injury? Eva Sifis, Small Business Ministerial Council member gives us an insight.
Economic & Social Inclusion
Higher ground: how three Victorian women are making their mark in the resources sector
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.
Meet the Phillip Island engineer delivering free 3D-printed hands to the world
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 creates art for heart’s sake in Melbourne's CBD
Street artist Kaff-eine joins more than 150 creatives - designers, music producers, light specialists & more, being recruited to revive the city lanes
Personal experience drives professional passion in Working for Victoria recruit
Learn how a communications professional was placed in the frontline of getting crucial health information to non-English speaking communities.
Carving out a brighter future
Morwell’s new GovHub building has teamed up with Correction Victoria’s The Torch program to create artworks with a difference.
Now open: free Melbourne supermarket for international students
For Melbourne’s international students experiencing hardship, a free supermarket is helping them get by.
A second bite of the employment apple
Amid widespread job loss and uncertainty, a Victorian Government employment program matches the newly unemployed with businesses.
Flashcards a vital resource for netballers
Community sport needed to take an inventive turn to stay on the court during coronavirus. Discover how Netball Victoria adapted.
Women in science: closing the gender gap
How do you rise to the top in science? We glean advice from four women who have done just that, including Victoria’s Lead Scientist, Amanda Caples.
Taking steps towards the future through Victoria’s first Treaty
Tracey Evans is one of nine executive directors of the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria. Learn about her hopes for Victoria's first Treaty.
The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion unveiled in Bendigo
VIDEO: Bendigo is home to the largest Buddhist monument in the western world after the addition of a decorative four-metre finial on top.
Yarra View Nursery growing opportunities for people living with disability
VIDEO: We visited Australia’s largest social enterprise nursery, where a Victorian Government procurement program is blooming.
Fighting loneliness in Victoria, One Good Street at a time
A new grassroots program in Flemington is connecting volunteers with elderly neighbours and tackling loneliness with a community spirit.
Fun for all at the Disability Sport and Recreation Festival
VIDEO: Discover more about the recent Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Festival.
Tackling today’s environmental issues for a better tomorrow
Engineer Tara Halliday, one of three women who has received a 2019 Women on Boards scholarship, is helping to reduce our environmental footprint.
Engineering change: a chat with Sarah Callil
With experience in the mining, oil and gas industries, engineer Sarah Callil is an “agent of change.”
Sunshine silos light up Melbourne’s West
The Sunshine Silos Projection Festival celebrated the area’s rich industrial history, cultural diversity and enthusiasm for community projects.