Come with me and see the world through my eyes, as I show you how much fun one girl can have. Sport really can be for all at the Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Festival.
In 2010 when I visited France with my family I fell in love with the country. We went to Provence which is magical with its rolling hills and late colourful sunsets. The fields of sunflower gave a majestic beauty to the country side.
A few years ago Ross sold his business and his wife and himself moved to Africa to volunteer for a few years.
Life has not always been easy like it is now. We didn’t used to have computers and mobile phones and sometimes it would be days before we heard back from someone.
In 2015, Melbourne Writers Festival celebrated its 30th birthday. To mark the occasion, the Wheeler Centre dropped by the festival's 2015 program launch to hear from Mark Rubbo.
When people think of disability, many images, thoughts and stereotypes may come to mind, however a Melbourne-based international t-shirt competition is striving to change that.
One night Peeko was out with a friend. They were out at bar having a few drinks. This is Peeko's story of a random act of kindness that happened while she was out.
Kim Mcdonnell is the creator of the global social movement, Project Thankful. She created Thankful to help people remember what they do have, rather than the constant focus on what we still need to do and what we think we still need.
Rosanna Ford is a British born, Melbourne based bridal designer. Her Fair Trade label was launched in 2012 and sits amongst few other in the world offering the ethically made dresses.
A series of walks along the Yarra river result in an exhibition of large-format photography in Federation Square's Atrium.