I’m a Darumbal and South Sea Islander woman from Rockhampton in Central Queensland with 10 years experience in the Indigenous media sector.

I’m currently working as a freelance journalist.

I began my career straight out of high school, completing a cadetship at the National Indigenous Times (NIT) newspaper. I later became editor of NIT, was for a short time a political correspondent for NITV News and then the editor of the Tracker Magazine, which was published and subsequently abolished by the NSW Aboriginal Land Council. I was most recently a senior reporter for New Matilda – where I still contribute on Aboriginal affairs occasionally. I was also previously a radio presenter on Brisbane’s 98.9 FM where I presented the ‘Lets Talk’ current affairs show.

I have a strong interest in reporting on justice, culture and heritage and feminism.

This is my personal home on the web, primarily used to archive articles, and all comments/articles reflect my views only and not those of my employers. I hope it can act as a resource for all who are interested in Aboriginal rights.

You can access Let’s Talk interviews here. 

If you have any story ideas, or would like to chat about a story – please see the following contact details:
MAIN CONTACT: amygracemcquire@gmail.com

TWITTER: twitter.com/amymcquire

2 thoughts on “ABOUT/CONTACT

  1. Thank you for your insightful, pithy and intellectual writing. You breathe fresh air into Australia’s stagnant, festering media landscape. And you’re hilarious and on-point every single time.

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