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Sharing Positive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Stories from across Victoria
FNELA Project Lead, Ngiyampaa, Wiradjuri and Ngemba woman Ashlee Wone joins CMR's Charles Pakana to discuss the need for First Nations women in government
More stories from across Victoria
Assembly Urges Yoo-rrook Justice Commission to Look Beyond the Letters Patent
Aunty Geraldine Atkinson provides a personal and professional perspective on some of the key recommendations contained in the FPAV's Tyerri Yoo-rrook Report
Really Good Radio. Troy Benjamin Takes it to the Masses in a Strictly PG Format
Presenting radio (and video) in manner that's interactive and definitely family friendly, Troy Benjamin took the bull by the horns and started his own brand - Really Good Radio.
First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria Member Rueben Berg Tells It As It Is
Assembly member Rueben Berg shares what it's like behind the scenes as one of the elected Victorian Aboriginal Traditional Owners working towards Treaty/ies in Victoria.
Yoo-rrook Justice Commission Chair Aunty Eleanor Bourke Discusses the Commission’s Letters Patent
During this first of several interviews with Yoo-rrook commissioners, Aunty Eleanor Bourke, Yoo-rrook Justice Commission Chairperson, discusses some of the finer details of Commission's guiding document, the Letters Patent.
Kinaway Chamber of Commerce. A Force Behind Aboriginal Business Growth Across Victoria
Kinaway CEO Scott McCartney talks openly on CMR about the growth and sustainability of Aboriginal businesses across Victoria.
Understanding the Role of the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations
Paul Paton, CEO of the FVTOC talks on CMR about the why, what and wherefore of the Federation and its multiple roles in furthering the rights of all Victorian Traditional Owners and groups.
The latest updates from CMR on the road
Day 211: When Home Invasions Are Fun and Welcome
Not all home invaders are bad. Sometimes, especially when they have four legs, a wet nose and an enthusiastically wagging tail, they're an incredibly welcome visitor to my home on four wheels. Say g'day to Pip and Mavis.
Day 210: Having the Tables Turned on Me – Interviewed on Really Good Radio
It isn't often that I end up the one being interviewed instead of the other way around. But who can ever say no to the amazingly talented and committed fellow First Nations broadcaster Troy Benjamin. Not me, for sure!
Day 203: Inconsiderate and Filthy People at my Home in Bundoora Park
It's no small wonder that vanlifers have a bad name. Especially so when those who have no respect for the environment and community leave such a mess behind them in a public park. Shame!