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Whittlesea Council Youth Programs team moves quickly - and comprehensively - to maintain engagement with local Koori youth.
Ian Hamm, Chair of the First Nations Foundation, returns to CMR to discuss credit cards, superannuation and the My Money Dreams program
3KND Communications Manager Erica Higgins, widely known as Gypsy, speaks on Connection Matters Radio about her own pandemic counter-measures
Gunditjmara man Professor Mark Rose speaks on Connection Matters Radio about academic pathways for Victorian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
For Waramungu man Stuart McFarlane talks about the transition from full-time face-to-face community engagement to a fully remote model.
Beyond maintaining its BWAYS Homework Club, VACSAL's Bert Williams Centre team members extend the online program through COVID-19
Dardi Munwurro's Brother-to-Brother 24-hour helpline services faces financial strangulation due to political hand-balling
For those behind the scenes at First Nations Foundation, the constant drive is to see wellbeing for First Nations through financial independence
Developed by First Nations people and for First Nations people - a new app (Visual Dreaming) that helps build strength through achievements
With four school-age children at home during Melbourne's Stage 4 coronavirus lockdowns, Elliejean Singh still manages full-time work...and a smile
While Victoria's return to school stages are welcomed by many, for students who have had a respite from school place bullying, it's bad news
After a solid 18 months of collaboration with Traditional Owners and local mob, Banyule City Councils launches a meaningful RAP
Koorie Heritage Trust CEO Tom Mosby returns to CMR to discuss new activities and opportunities for artistic Koori young people.
Taking support for widows and widowers online. Academic and broadcaster Davina Woods leads international peer support group.
The Australian Defence Force has a come a long way over the years, thanks in no small part to Indigenous Liaison Officers such as Flt Lt McCartney
Despite lockdowns across Victoria, the Barengi Gadjin Land Council keeps teams on country, caring and protecting natural heritage
Dreamtime Art's Matthew Everett started his company in the GFC, so nothing's stopping him with his next venture during COVID!
While many cafes and catering companies close their doors to wait out the coronavirus pandemic, Cooee Cafe stays open...and grows!
Ron Prasad returns to Connection Matters Radio to answer audience questions arising from his previous interview on the program
Indigenous owned business Supply Aus pulls off massive business coup where other business simply couldn't deliver
Play Specialist Cat Sewell returns to CMR to provide some more brilliant suggestions for occupying children during coronavirus lockdown
General Manager of 3KND Gerry "G-Man" Lyons talks on CMR about the crucial importance of community radio during times of crisis
It takes more than a global pandemic to put a stop of the strong and loud call for Voice, Truth and Treaty.
Not For Profit Law reaching out to help ACCOS, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during times of crisis
Tearing down geographic boundaries and social restrictions to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTQI+ youth across the country
Aunty Esme Bamblett joins Charles Pakana on Connection Matters Radio to discuss everything from Netflix to a Fitzroy Stars cheer squad
Ron Prasad and CMR's Charles Pakana have a yarn about the continuation of Stage 4 restrictions....and dinner parties with friends.
It's a different world for everyone, and Ambulance Victoria paramedic, Yorta Yorta woman Michelle Crilly tells it from her perspective
Kinaway chair Karen Milward talks on CMR about the benefits to be gained by considering a pivot of business during coronavirus
It's time to turn the isolation blues into nature walks, hopscotch, play dough time and even the good old mud pie.
Building resilience and mutual support. For Spark Health's Wellah Women program, it's all about taking COVID lockdowns in stride
COVID-19 lockdowns may have wiped out six months of work, but Aboriginal photographer Wayne Quilliam still finds a lighter side to it all.
VACCHO writes to the Prime Minister seeking urgent funding to support Victorian Aboriginal communities in emerging from COVID-19
The Indigenous Literacy Day events for 2020 move online. It's a case of COVID-19 driving event accessibility to even more Australians
The Koorie Heritage Trust establishes a unique platform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices during COVID-19
Coronavirus simply can't keep Gunditjmara man, husband, father and cultural educator Uncle Trevor Gallagher from his love of sharing culture
Anti-bullying activist, life coach and counsellor Ron Prasad joins CMR to discuss the importance of focusing on our Circle of Control
Jill Gallagher, CEO of VACCHO, emphasises the crucial need for targeted measures to support Aboriginal health workers
Play Specialist Cat Sewell joins CMR to provide some more amazing ideas for occupying children during - and beyond - lockdown.
Why on earth would you choose a time of pandemic to start a new business? According to Kinaway Chair Karen Milward, it can be a perfect time.