A great day spent back in Darebin in Banyule, meeting up with awesome people and - the highlight - getting the first COVID-19 jab.
Gurindji man John Burgess talks to CMR about how his business adapted to coronavirus and grew!
A strong team of dedicated people ensure that essential services continue to be provided throughout the coronavirus pandemic
James Henry takes advantage of Melbourne's coronavirus lockdown to explore new avenues for his music - and bond with his newborn son.
Victoria's Koorie Youth Council team launches a new initiative to support and engage with Aboriginal youth in Melbourne's northern suburbs
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
Despite the pressures of coronavirus pandemic lockdowns, Aunty EvaJo Edwards continues her towards supporting victims of child sexual abuse and the Stolen Generations
Whittlesea Council Youth Programs team moves quickly - and comprehensively - to maintain engagement with local Koori youth.
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