Melbourne has seen a meteoric rise in co-working spaces, where crafting a community of like-minded individuals takes more than just providing a few desks and a slab of beer at the end of the week.
If you're visiting Melbourne, you might find yourself a little confused by the City Loop and it's mid-day about-face, despite most locals taking the train line's quirks for granted.
The start of a new year is a great time to take stock of your finances and set some goals. MoneySmart's Laura Higgins discusses how to make sure you're at the top of your financial game in 2019.
An audio recording shows how an energy broker convinced a nursing home resident with dementia to adopt an energy plan that eventually charged her thousands of dollars.
Super-sized phone booths that also act as an electronic billboard are being installed on Melbourne's crowded foothpaths, bringing in significant ad revenue for Telstra without the need for planning permits.
In recent years, Geelong factory manager Steve Maul has had trouble finding experienced staff, but Syrian migrant Anas Jawish has proved to be a perfect fit.
Tiny homes are cheap to build and run, but experts say that without affordable land, better planning laws and stricter building codes, they won't be a viable source of long-term secure housing.
A Melbourne family is concerned at how their 86-year-old mother with early-stage dementia could be signed up to an energy account, issued a $2,500 bill, and then chased by a collection agency.
A new trend has some companies allowing staff to take as much paid annual leave as they require. Is it a gimmick or a genuine way to improve employee engagement and reduce staff turnover?
ABC Melbourne radio host Hilary Harper's purse was stolen by some "very shady people" earlier this year and she's still dealing with the aftermath. Here's how to avoid it happening to you.