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Independent Australia's rocketing growth continues

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Independent Australia again recorded strong growth in May, growing unique visitor numbers by 21.5 per cent (to 35,877) and page loads by almost 28 per cent (to 59,565) in the month. If we keep this up, how big will we be by Christmas? Find out more about Independent Australia – who we are and what we believe in – below.

About Independent Australia

Independent Australia is a progressive journal focusing on politics, democracy and Australian identity. It contains news and opinion from Australia and around the world. Independent Australia supports investigative journalism and a diversity of voices. It believes Australians are short-changed by the mass media and dedicates itself to seeking out the truth and informing the public. Independent Australia believes in a fully and truly independent Australia, a nation that determines its own future, a nation that protects it citizens, its environment and its future. A country that is fair and free.

The editorial team posseses a wealth of experience through creator and managing editor David Donovan, senior correspondent Barry Everingham, contributing editor-at-large Tess Lawrence, history editor Dr Glenn Davies and environment correspondent Sandi Keane.

This journal is unaffiliated with, and not endorsed by, any other organization. It is fully owned by David Donovan.

If you would like to advertise on IA, comment or contribute, please email editor@independentaustralia.net.

If you would like to see the bios for our dozens of contributors, please click here.

You can also follow Independent Australia on Facebook and Twitter.

 
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