Working for IA is a dream — help keep the dream alive!

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A few words from IA editors Dan and Nick — workers your contributions help to keep in work, and so help independent media stay alive in Australia.

I’ve been lucky enough to work in a lot of great, fun jobs in my lifetime and with people who have become lifelong friends. Having worked for IA around a year-and-a-half now, I can proudly say it’s up there with the best jobs I’ve ever been blessed with.


Aside from working for and with an incredibly supportive and fun bunch of people, I really feel like this job allows me to contribute something important to the world.


No one in the team comes across as more important than the other, an environment I’m not used to yet one that nurtures a drive in me to do my very best.


I’m looking forward to continually growing and learning for many more years to come with IA and I’m eternally grateful for having been given the opportunity to do so.

~ Digital editor Dan Jensen

It has been an absolute pleasure to work on articles composed by established writers, academics, journalists, business people and public servants, and also emerging students and writers.


I really admire how IA is such a diverse platform that gives its readers detailed and critical analysis of the most important events happening in Australia and the world, every day.

~ Assistant editor Nick Bugeja

Independent Australia is just over a week into our August Campaign and, with your generous support, we’ve made strides towards raising the $30,000 we need to keep us alive through winter.

So far, we have raised about $9,000 — which means we still need another $21,000 to reach our goal. We can do it!

Can you help us by making a small contribution today? DONATE

You can also subscribe to Independent Australia here: SUBSCRIBE

Thank you!

Michelle Pini

Executive editor

Executive editor Michelle Pini

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