All Our Stories
The complete libraray of CMR stories across all categories
Using the stage as a platform to promote truths of Australia’s history over the past two-and-a-half centuries
Ron and Charles share experiences and thoughts about managing the self-doubt that arises from bullying at school and in the workplace.
With support from Kinaway and a commitment to maintaining employment for hundreds of staff, a new Aboriginal business was born!
“We’re committed to getting this right. We’re committed to getting treaty right. We’re committed to getting truth right.” – Marcus Stewart
One of the greatest Stars players maintains and shares his focus of consistent finals football for the team
The Victorian State government is working with Aboriginal women leaders to develop a program for the next generation of leaders
Sharing Stories Foundation and Koorie Heritage Trust join forces to promote Victorian Aboriginal culture, languages and voices online.
Superannuation and reflections on the 2020 Federal Budget for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Ian Hamm from the First Nations Foundation talks with CMR about superannuation and the gig economy and the need for more funding for ACCOs from the Federal Government
VLGA Chief of Staff Steve Cooper returns to CMR to discuss some of the lesser regarded aspects of local government elections – and candidates.
An unemployed filmmaker picks up his still camera to capture “portraits” of locals living under the reality of Melbourne’s coronavirus lockdowns
Two culturally strong Aboriginal women reach out to promote and support the benefits of connection to self, culture and country
Beat Bullying With Confidence CEO Ron Prasad returns to CMR to discuss the ever growing social problem of cyber bullying
VLGA Chief of Staff Steve Cooper speaks to Connection Matters Radio about the postal voting process for October’s local government elections
Connecting Stolen Generations and supporting sexual abuse victims – it still goes on during COVID-19
Despite the pressures of coronavirus pandemic lockdowns, Aunty EvaJo Edwards continues her towards supporting victims of child sexual abuse and the Stolen Generations
Victoria’s universities continue making strong headway to providing fairer admission for the State’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
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