Read the inspiring stories of three international students shaping their identities and their futures in Victoria.
Assembled Threads is an employment-focused social enterprise that has been given a new perspective on business strategy and growth.
The latest Yalingwa exhibition is now open at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. It celebrates First Peoples art across south-east Australia.
VIDEO: Inspired by the natural beauty of its Dandenong Ranges location, a new native garden display is now open in Olinda, on Wurundjeri Country.
Inspired by the natural beauty of its Dandenong Ranges location, a new native garden display is now open in Olinda, on Wurundjeri Country.
VIDEO: How one Victorian business is using machine learning to create hyperlocal weather forecasts for farmers.
Pharmacist turned CEO, Rima Darwiche, is paving the way for better access to life-saving therapies.
In a world-first, a Victorian manufacturer is using AI to turn recycled polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic into building materials.
A renovated hub for Aboriginal women and children impacted by family violence will empower the community and continue the work of Aunty Liz Morgan.
The VPC is the first purpose-built centre for Australia's LGBTIQ+ communities. It’s a place to invent new futures, while honouring the difficult past.
Leah Heiss is no stranger to the Victorian Premier’s Design Awards (VPDA), as both a long-time judge and dual VPDA award recipient.
A Jobs Victoria apprentice and trainee initiative is boosting gender diversity in construction.
We’re showcasing equity this International Women’s Day through our investment in inclusive spaces. See how it’s giving a voice to Victorians.
Melbourne-based Rove Wheelchairs is single-handedly changing the perception and stigma around disability products.
The owner of the Deep Blue Hotel and Hot Springs, Gene Seabrook, shares how he thinks upcoming mobile coverage improvements will benefit his business.
Beauty aficionados and co-founders, Ava Matthews and Rebecca Jefferd, are on their way to building a global skinscreen brand.
Meet Divyangana Sharma – student, frontline healthcare worker, writer, mental health advocate and Victorian International Student of the Year 2022.
The Whittlesea Community Energy Transition Project is giving community groups their own renewable energy solutions to help power their facilities.