Melbourne is one of the least expensive Australian capital cities for international business travellers, according to an audit of expense reports by a US-based travel firm, Concur.
The Australian Future Fibres Research and Innovation Centre (AFFRIC)
has opened two new buildings at its Geelong headquarters (an hour south-west from Melbourne) which will contribute to the city's aim of becoming a global centre for cutting-edge manufacturing.
Melbourne's popular and critically acclaimed White Night event will return in 2014 on Saturday 22 February.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that Victoria's iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground
(MCG) will play host to the Final of the 2015 Cricket World Cup. The
tournament will be celebrating its 40th year and will mark a long
history of exciting competition and sporting excellence.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows into Australia has more than doubled over the five years to 2012 to US$231 billion, according to the latest annual data from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
The recent visit to Melbourne by the Liverpool Football Club has been a roaring success with more than A$10 million being generated for the local economy and attracting 10,000 international and interstate visitors.
The six shortlisted entrants in the Flinders Street Station Design Competition are to be revealed to the public today, after being whittled down from a list of 118 in late 2012.
Bizplay (business play), an international symposium co-hosted by RMIT University, is set to be held at the European branch of RMIT University's Games and Experimental Entertainment Lab (GEElab*) in Karlsruhe, Germany.
An official call for Expressions of Interest has been released for Stage One of Melbourne's East West Link infrastructure project.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the sister-State relationship between the City of Port Phillip and Ōbu city in the Aichi prefecture in Japan.
The Australian Government's Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has announced funding for a major new wind farm in south-west Victoria.
RMIT University in Melbourne has received more than A$5 million to fund a European Union program. The program, known as the Architecture, Design and Art Practice Training Research (ADAPT-r) international research training network, is designed to build on advanced skills in architecture, design and art.