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Etan Smallman (studentjournalist)

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Sweet, my opinion is worth MONEY!! NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 1 Year, 10 Months, 5 Days, 57 Minutes ago
So far, I’ve made $696 just by doing surveys...
This site is no longer being updated (…visit my new one) NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 2 Years, 1 Month, 4 Weeks, 1 Day, 9 Hours, 59 Minutes ago
Please visit my new website at www.etan.info where you contact me, view my CV and read some of my recent articles.
My first two articles in The Australian NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 1 Week, 2 Days, 16 Hours, 31 Minutes ago
Outbreak contained as infected pigs on the mend Etan Smallman | August 04, 2009 Article from: The Australian AN outbreak of swine flu at a central NSW piggery has been contained. However authorities have urged farmers to remain alive to the dang...
No worries mate…. Oh, you’re an intern! … #*@~* NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 1 Week, 2 Days, 17 Hours, 53 Minutes ago
I have been marvelling at the laid-back Aussie temperament ever since I landed. I have also been revelling in being treated like a proper journalist. Not just the pesky work experience kid in the corner, fighting for a desk, sharing an email address...
And you thought Russell Brand was bad… NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 2 Weeks, 4 Days, 6 Hours, 12 Minutes ago
Forget about Sachsgate. You ain’t heard nothing yet. This scandal broke the day I arrived, but I only just got round to sharing! In the most ill-advised of live radio stunts, Kyle Sandilands, an Australian shock jock breakfast radio host and Au...
Yes, I blog from home – and away NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 14 Hours, 28 Minutes ago
G’day all. The pommy has landed. I pashed Blighty goodbye on Tuesday and set off for Sydney to enjoy a one-month internship at Oz’s national broadsheet, The Australian – the reward for winning The Times Kate Alderson Prize, in memor...
“Notes from an award-winning blog: the Brit who scooped the European prize” NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 1 Month, 4 Weeks, 9 Hours, 27 Minutes ago
This was first published on Journalism.co.uk For a country that is sneered at by almost all of its European neighbours for its remote, aloof and imperious attitude towards the European Union, I, a humble Brit, was pretty proud (not say totally shocke...
I managed to scoop the Indy, the Mail and the Guardian … by two months NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 3 Months, 1 Week, 4 Days, 2 Hours, 49 Minutes ago
Very strangely, the Independent, the Daily Mail and the Guardian came across TV hot property Kirstie Allsopp’s tale of her lost ring a couple of days ago. I say strangely, because it was a story that we at the Hackney Post reported a whole two...
What was Gordon Brown thinking (again)? NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 3 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days, 4 Hours, 3 Minutes ago
What just went out on television screens across the country didn’t look like a party political broadcast for the Labour Party. It looked like a personal political broadcast dedicated to Gordon Brown. The beleaguered PM took centre stage from be...
British euroscepticism – Don’t shoot the messenger NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 3 Months, 2 Weeks, 3 Days, 4 Hours, 50 Minutes ago
Originally posted on Th!nk About It. Vote for me in the European Blogging Competition here. Just 22 per cent of Britons intend to vote in the upcoming European Parliamentary elections. Thirty per cent say they are already certain that they won’...
The lady is for tubing – Blog post on Hazel Blears, published on Spectator.co.uk NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 3 Months, 2 Weeks, 3 Days, 7 Hours, 3 Minutes ago
First published on the Spectator’s CoffeeHouse blog Etan Smallman 6:21pm So Hazel Blears has decided to fill the bank holiday news void – and ruin Gordon Brown’s weekend – by attacking politicians’ use of YouTube. Fraser...
The changing face of Britain’s super-rich NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 3 Months, 2 Weeks, 3 Days, 8 Hours, 4 Minutes ago
First published on the Spectator’s CoffeeHouse blog Etan Smallman 12:06pm So what effect will the 50p tax have on the super-rich? It depends who these people are – and surprisingly little is known about them. One of the most useful sources is...
April Fools’ Day – Top CV clangers NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 4 Months, 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 21 Hours, 30 Minutes ago
After an intense job interview yesterday (I felt like Lee from the Apprentice, except everything on my CV was actually true) – and to celebrate April 1, here are some of the best CV mistakes around, courtesy of Corinne Mills and Monster.co.uk.
Immigrants driving up TB rates in Hackney, claims charity NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 4 Days, 22 Hours, 29 Minutes ago
Published in The Hackney Post, 26 March 2009 The large number of illegal immigrants in the borough means tuberculosis rates are even higher than believed, a refugee charity has warned. Hackney already has one of the highest rates of TB in the countr...
Harold Pinter portrait to help Hackney youth NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 4 Days, 22 Hours, 36 Minutes ago
Published in The Hackney Post, 26 March 2009 The late Harold Pinter’s charitable spirit lives on. The portrait of the playwright that hung above the desk on which he wrote his masterpieces is now up for auction to raise money for disadvantaged...
Hackney churchbells ring out Oranges and Lemons (and Benjamin Till video) NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 5 Days, 22 Hours, 37 Minutes ago
Published in The Hackney Post, 25 March 2009 It is a nursery rhyme that has formed the soundtrack to many a childhood. But Oranges and Lemons is being brought clang up to date by a composer Benjamin Till, 34, who is recording the various London chu...
Hackney gems captured on Google Street View NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 6 Days, 22 Hours, 53 Minutes ago
Published on HackneyPost.co.uk on 24 March 2009 When Google launched its new Street View mapping facility last week, it expected users to enjoy its new “innovative street-level imagery” of 25 British cities, while relishing the “new...
The Hackney Post’s first podcasts, er, I mean, PostCasts NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 5 Months, 1 Day, 13 Hours, 15 Minutes ago
As online editor for the Hackney Post, I was keen to introduce some podcasts to the site. These were the results…. Enjoy the very first podcast from the Hackney Post. Packed with news and features from the latest edition of the paper and a ta...
Police joke about activist Leila Deen being in ‘custardy’ after Peter Mandelson attack NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 5 Months, 1 Week, 19 Minutes ago
HACKNEY activist Leila Deen could have expected a tough interrogation when she was arrested for throwing green custard at business secretary Peter Mandelson this week. But according to the 29-year-old campaigner from London Fields, police officers s...
My interview with Leila Deen: Splatting Peter Mandelson with that green custard, suffragettes, yuppies and silly cows NEW
Etan Smallman (studentjournalist) 5 Years, 5 Months, 1 Week, 2 Days, 6 Hours, 47 Minutes ago
Originally published in the Hackney Post From custard to custody, Hackney local Leila Deen tells Etan Smallman why the environment is no laughing matter - and why she’s happy to be basking in the limelight. As ingredients for a grand political int...