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    ... NATIONAL, November 30, 2007: The National Indigenous Times has added a new section to our website - the new NIT Blog. There s five bloggers on our books at
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      FW: NIT launches a new blog for online readers
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      NATIONAL, November 30, 2007: The National Indigenous Times has added a new
      section to our website - the new NIT Blog. There's five bloggers on our
      books at the moment, but more will be joining the NIT stable over the coming
      months.

      NIT's online readers are able to comment directly on the various blog
      entries, or take on individual bloggers in online debates.

      You can access the NIT blog by clicking on the related link below or by
      going to www.nit.com.au/blog <%20www.nit.com.au/blog>


      PROFILES ON NIT BLOGGERS

      AMY McQUIRE is a cadet journalist with the National Indigenous Times. Amy
      hails from Rockhampton in central Queensland and while she often blogs on
      Queensland issues, Amy also turns her attention regularly to politics and
      her general dislike of mainstream media. Despite brimming with talent, Amy
      has accepted that in view of her regular criticisms, she will never be
      employed by the ABC, News Limited, Fairfax, Sky, the Macquarie Network,
      Channels 9, 7 and 10, APN and Rural Press, plus ACP Magazines∑ did we forget
      anyone?

      LARISSA BEHRENDT is a Professor of Law and Indigenous Studies from the
      University of Technology, Sydney. She's a fortnightly NIT columnist and
      widely regarded as one of the nation's most influential young Aboriginal
      leaders. Larissa's blog tackles the issues of the day and provides
      commentary on everything from good government policy to, not surprisingly,
      bad government policy. You'll often find Larissa's blog 'Aboriginalises'
      mainstream issues. She also has a strong focus on human rights issues.

      GRAHAM RING is a fortnightly NIT columnist and writer. An unashamed
      Victorian (how we don't know), Ringy's blog is high on the laugh quotient.
      He's NIT's resident humourist, but also writes on serious issues such as
      government policy and its affect on Aboriginal people. Ringy is serving a
      stint in Alice Springs at the moment, so his blogging is very heavily
      weighted towards all things Central Australia (and NT intervention).

      CHRIS GRAHAM is the founding editor of the National Indigenous Times. An
      occasionally 'angry youngish man', Chris blogs on anything that gets under
      his skin∑ which is pretty much everything at some point in time. His blog
      focuses primarily on politics and media coverage of Indigenous affairs.

      MARGARET ROSS, aka The Font Nazi, is the graphic artist behind many of the
      stunning NIT front pages that have outraged politicians (and delighted
      lefties) for the past few years. Margie won a Deadly Award in 2007 for
      Trainee of the Year. Apart from her obvious flair for design, The Font Nazi
      just so happens to have a penchant for writing as well. Her blog give
      readers an 'inside look'; at the workings of the graphic arts machinations
      of the National Indigenous Times.



      http://www.nit.com.au/blog



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