Being a single parent didn’t stop Wendy Sheppard from focusing on herself and going back to study.
Assembled Threads is an employment-focused social enterprise that has been given a new perspective on business strategy and growth.
The pandemic brought huge change for many, and it inspired Meg Madeley to revisit forgotten passions through the Free TAFE program.
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.
The mining, oil and gas sector is changing, turning to ‘low carbon’, and this Victorian manufacturer is helping with more energy-efficient products.
Nothing can stop these Victorians from participating in something they love – gymnastics.
Looking for a fast lane into a new job opportunity, well why not try swim teaching?
The new Queenscliff ferry terminal makes a mark with its eye-catching modern design attracting attention from any angle.
Production of Nestlé’s popular Allen’s lollies has moved to regional Victoria proving Australia’s ongoing nostalgia for these sweet treats.
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.
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.
Juicy tomatoes straight off the vine at Flavorite’s new multi-million dollar glasshouse are making their way to households across Australia.
To mark International Women’s Day, we profile two women who are working to create a diverse, equitable and inclusive world for women in science.
A Jobs Victoria apprentice and trainee initiative is boosting gender diversity in construction.
From creating augmented realities to coding new Bluetooth headsets, these Defence Science Institute interns highlight Victoria’s bright future.
Sophia Lazarou attended her first Avalon Airshow in 2007 as a student volunteer, now she’s back to direct the whole show.