I found a web site with the Good News Bible. This is an often neglected translation. Gordon Fee referred to it fairly often as is “other” go to translation as did F.F. Bruce with the NEB.
For looking up passages I find it easiest to browse using the left column. This site has book introductions, cross references where you see the arrow and a note where you see a star (*). Plus it’s formatted as it would be in a paper version. I would like to get a paper version of this translation since BibleWorks doesn’t have it. Not that I need another Bible.
If you’re unfamiliar, the GNB is also often referred to as the GNT (Good News Translation) and was formerly the TEV.
“In 1992 the ABS issued a revision of the Good News Bible with gender neutral language, and in 1995 it published the Contemporary English Version, a very similar version which is apparently meant to replace the Good News Bible.”