A Victorian community pays tribute to former CFA volunteer who campaigned for a new community hub following the 2018 St Patrick Day bushfires.
What started as a small hall in the middle of a cow paddock is now turning Victoria’s country live music scene on its head.
Making the move to regional Victoria and leaving behind your friends and family can be filled with uncertainty, but also great satisfaction.
The story behind the Trafalgar Holden Museum in central Gippsland started off with one man and his shed of Holden heritage motor cars.
A cinema in the rural town of Euroa in the state’s north-east is a beloved venue that unites the community and brings people together.
In 2021 the Victorian Government announced $100,000 in grants from the Public Libraries Funding Program for the 10 Mechanics’ Institutes offering libr
Although the weather is frosty, there are so many places in Victoria to explore this winter.
Traditional art and storytelling have always been a part of life for Wurundjeri/Yorta Yorta artist, Simone Thomson.
Timboon is coming alive as a key Victorian tourism destination with local businesses driving the town’s rejuvenation.
A collaboration led by Traditional Owners working with architects and designers will embed symbolic design features into Bendigo’s new GovHub.
Local leaders are helping Victoria’s regional communities thrive with new projects and ideas.
With a packed calendar of events on offer around the state, there is something to delight Victorians of all ages.
The Ballarat and District Aboriginal Co-operative is establishing an Elders' Living Village with the support of the Victorian Government.
A dental prosthetics lab in the Latrobe Valley is helping students start their careers as dental technicians, providing vital services to locals.
VIDEO: After a few tough years, East Gippsland finally comes together over two big nights featuring Australian legend, Paul Kelly.
Find out how a dairy farm is innovating in the Goulburn Valley to improve health and productivity.
Stuart is a Yorta Yorta man, father of four and while he’s just started on his art journey, his contribution to the story of Echuca’s past is big.
Andrea Evans-McCall’s Churchill Fellowship is bringing her a step closer to changing education in Gippsland and removing barriers to employment.