I thought about it long and hard, weighed up the pros and cons, opened up the settings tab inside that little blue box on my phone and clicked “deactivate my account”.
When Alvaro Maz, co-founder and Executive Director of Code for Australia, started his career as an urban planner he had no idea that it would one day lead him to become an entrepreneur championing social change through innovation technology.
James Richardson is the business owner of Optimising Pty Ltd and partook in the Small Business Festival at Federation Square. Optimising is an online marketing company in Melbourne that focuses on bringing the latest online strategies to help businesses of all sorts flourish.
Michael Lewis shaved his head for the 12th time for the World's Greatest Shave event at Federation Square.
Ever wondered how insulin made its way to Australia from Canada? This is the story of an Australian father, dedicated to saving the life of his daughter.
Joel is one child who has been helped through painful medical procedures by TLC for Kids' Distraction Boxes.
A story about three people living with a debilitating vision impairment who are helping researchers design, build and test a bionic eye prototype.
Marion, renown Melbourne spinner, took her spinning wheel to Antarctica to create the yarn for a handknitted replica of the Balaclava that Sir Douglas Mawson wears on the $100 note. Auctioned in 2011, the money raised was for the Mawson's Huts Foundation.
Cervical cancer is one of the only cancers that is almost entirely preventable thanks to the development of the HPV Vaccination right here in Australia. Few Australians actually understand how significant this achievenment is - we should all be very proud.
My father Taliesin Glenister's achievements are many and varied. He was a research and development man but was not greatly appreciated by the family because R&D didn't pay the bills.
In 1545 the first known use of the name 'Australia' appeared in a German astronomical work, Astronomia-Teutsch Astronomei.