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Brian Johnstone

Brian Johnstone is a columnist for the National Indigenous Times. He was Director of Media and Marketing at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission between April 1998 and December 2002. Before taking up that position he was a senior advisor to former Federal Labor Minister, Senator Bob Collins, and a senior correspondent with Australian Associated Press.


NT blackfellas labour for a better life
Indigenous Affairs - 12/01/2006 - 2 comments
Finding a voice in the quiet revolution
Indigenous Affairs - 22/11/2005 - 1 comment
Digital detritus and a five-star insult
Media - 9/11/2005
How to lose friends and influence people
Indigenous Affairs - 7/10/2005 - 6 comments
Amanda Vanstone: The raider of the ‘lost’ art
Indigenous Affairs - 15/03/2005
Shergold panned in Never Never Land
Indigenous Affairs - 1/12/2004 - 1 comment
Vanstone's 'No Idea' Committee
Indigenous Affairs - 11/11/2004
Tampa in Tasmania... and the devil we know
Indigenous Affairs - 18/10/2004
Bob Collins made some powerful enemies and now they want revenge
Media - 21/07/2004 - 9 comments
Djerrkura stood up for the rights of Indigenous peoples. We will miss him
Indigenous Affairs - 25/06/2004
The Howard government's review did not recommend abolishing ATSIC
Indigenous Affairs - 20/05/2004
The white-anting of ATSIC has been brought about by the usual suspects
Indigenous Affairs - 22/04/2004
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