The new Latrobe Valley GovHub embodies the essence and history of the rich industrial past of Morwell. Find out what makes the building so unique.
How online learning is helping Victoria’s young farmers secure their future in agriculture.
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.
Dr Andrew Wang is a medical professional with a skilled migrant visa working at Sunshine Hospital in Melbourne’s West.
This community kitchen is giving women from Flemington and Ascot Vale valuable cooking skills and experience while helping those in need.
What’s it like to live and work with an acquired brain injury? Eva Sifis, Small Business Ministerial Council member gives us an insight.
VIDEO: The Mallacoota bushfires destroyed Carol & Paul family business, but a grant from the Victorian Government helped them get back on their feet.
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.
Koala Cherries did a massive pivot to get cherries to dining tables this summer.
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.
Gargarro Regional Botanic Garden is set to be a major attraction for the Goulburn Valley and Loddon Mallee region.
A Geelong café reveals how the COVIDSafe plan is helping business.
The Victorian Government has teamed up with St John Ambulance to launch a Mental Health and Wellbeing Program to help businesses doing it tough.
Meet Annabel, one of the many young people who moved to regional Victoria to pursue a rejigged career during the pandemic.
Having found a full-time job herself, see how one community leader in Victoria’s Ethiopian community is helping others find work through.