All Our Stories
The complete library of CMR’s 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
Aunty Geraldine Atkinson provides a personal and professional perspective on some of the key recommendations contained in the FPAV's Tyerri Yoo-rrook Report
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.
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.
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 CEO Scott McCartney talks openly on CMR about the growth and sustainability of Aboriginal businesses across Victoria.
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.
In Rosebud on the Mornington Peninsula, Aboriginal-owned and -operated Cooee Cafe keeps its doors open for business despite a disastrous environment for the catering and hospitaility industry.
Proud Bindal, Juru and Koa woman Kerri-Lee Harding - SBS/NITV Executive Producer of Radio and Podcasts - talks on Connection Matters Radio about the importance of Aboriginal voices in Australian media.
Gunditjmara Elders Aunty Charmaine Clarke and Uncle Rob Lowe talk with CMR about the need for, and work ahead in developing, the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria's Elders' Voice.
With only two Aboriginal Local Government Councillors in Victoria, the Victorian Local Governance Association (VLGA) is continuing its YCCC project to help address the imbalance of First Nations people holding political office in local government.
As the democratically elected members of the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria (FPAV) continues paving the way forward for treaties between Victorian Aboriginal people and the State Government, we take a look at some of the challenges and successes achieved to date.
Taungurung Land and Waters Council unveils the first Traditional Owner flag of sovereignty in Victoria.
Led by Gunai, Yorta Yorta and Gunditjmara man, Alister Thorpe, Lecturer in Indigenous Health, the University of Melbourne appeals for survey responses from across the State
Do you have the basic skills to listen with compassion and empathy? Ron Prasad gives some insight into this important skill.
Greta Gillies from the Facebook group Rough Trade 3081 talks on CMR about a better approach to getting rid of "stuff" you no longer have a use for.
While the Federal Government ignores a First Nations voice to government, the Victorian Local Aboriginal Networks forge ahead in Victoria
Can sharing your personal story of being bullied empower you? According to CEO of Beat Bullying With Confidence Foundation, absolutely!
Dardi Munwurro Community Development Manager Coree Thorpe talks on Connection Matters Radio about the forthcoming statewide Aboriginal men's gathering event
Chair of the Victorian Stolen Generation Redress Scheme, Yorta Yorta man Ian Hamm, talks about the scheme's challenges and soon-to-be-announced committee
Black Dog Institute launches innovative mental health and wellbeing app designed by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people
Palawa woman, architect, lecturer and BLAKitecture curator Sarah Lynn Rees talks about Traditional Owner voices in design and architecture.
CEO and co-founder of Beat Bullying with Confidence Foundation Ron Prasad outlines two clear choices people face as a result of being bullied
Red Cross Youth Justice Program Officer Chloe McBain speaks on CMR about an innovative group supporting youth at risk of negative youth justice program exposure
Victoria is on the verge of coming into line with other States and Territories with the introduction of a Spent Convictions Bill
Beat Bullying with Confidence Foundation CEO Ron Prasad outlines some of the potentially disastrous long-term impacts of being bullied
Proud, strong and unafraid to speak out against racial injustice, Monicka Biar talks on CMR about the Red Cross Youth Justice Advisory Group and her own experiences
Gurindji man John Burgess talks to CMR about how his business adapted to coronavirus and grew!
The KGI Richmond Emerging Aboriginal Leadership program goes online to continue engagement with young emerging Aboriginal leaders
Ainawan man and founding director of Jarrah Integrated Services talks on CMR about the journey from near disaster to new opportunities