James Henry takes advantage of Melbourne’s coronavirus lockdown to explore new avenues for his music – and bond with his newborn son.
Stories Tagged: Isolation
An unemployed filmmaker picks up his still camera to capture “portraits” of locals living under the reality of Melbourne’s coronavirus lockdowns
3KND Communications Manager Erica Higgins, widely known as Gypsy, speaks on Connection Matters Radio about her own pandemic counter-measures
For Waramungu man Stuart McFarlane talks about the transition from full-time face-to-face community engagement to a fully remote model.
Dardi Munwurro’s Brother-to-Brother 24-hour helpline services faces financial strangulation due to political hand-balling
With four school-age children at home during Melbourne’s Stage 4 coronavirus lockdowns, Elliejean Singh still manages full-time work…and a smile
Koorie Heritage Trust CEO Tom Mosby returns to CMR to discuss new activities and opportunities for artistic Koori young people.
Ron Prasad and CMR’s Charles Pakana have a yarn about the continuation of Stage 4 restrictions….and dinner parties with friends.
Nyul Nyul woman, full-time DPC staffer and law student Niamh Whitford talks to CMR about her strategies to help manage isolation.
Ron Prasad urges us to adjust our focus during these difficult times and be thankful for what’s great about the current situation.
VAHS adopts a clever approach to timely engagement with vulnerable community during the pandemic – combine meal delivery with one-to-one engagement
Kamilaroi man and 2018 National NAIDOC Male Elder of the Year, Uncle Russell Taylor suggests building culture during lockdown
Despite the pressures and restrictions resulting from COVID-19 Dardi Munwurro’s work to support Aboriginal men, women and families continues unabated
Beat Bullying With Confidence CEO Mr Ron Prasad urges people not to mask their feelings during times of isolation