Welcome to the new-look National Indigenous Times

And as you can see, it’s not just the look that’s changed.

You’ll immediately notice a dramatic shift in the way NIT goes about its editorial duties of keeping you informed, entertained and engaged.

As the new owners, with no ties whatsoever to the previous ones, we’re committed to making this the most empowering indigenous media platform in the country by focusing on issues that matter to you, whether you’re living in Redfern, Brisbane or Broome.

Whether you’re a blackfella, or a white Australian with a keen interest in Aboriginal affairs, there will be no better website to get your dose of indigenous music, arts, sports and politics, watch some videos, post some comments or maybe even search for a new job.

We will focus on breaking news stories that will keep Indigenous affairs front and centre in the evolving Australian story.

We only ask that you like us on Facebook, share some of our stories on whatever platforms you wish, and maybe let your friends know that the new look NIT is back in business.

Don’t hesitate to contact us about your up-coming event, ideas for stories or news tips.

Welcome aboard.

Tony Barrass


National Indigenous Times Holdings Pty Ltd.










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