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Amber Schultz — Reporter

Amber Schultz

Reporter

Amber has been a reporter for The Age, writer for ABC Comedy’s Tonightly, and creator of student talk show The Struggle. She was awarded the Jacoby-Walkley scholarship in 2018, and was an Associate Producer at Nine News. Amber has studied an undergrad degree in The Netherlands and a Masters of International Relations and Journalism at Monash in Melbourne. She is fluent in Spanish.

War hero's reputation fought on the media frontline

War hero's reputation fought on the media frontline

While News Corp and The West Australian laud Victoria Cross winner Ben Roberts-Smith as a hero, their competitors at Nine continue to investigate allegations against him.

Everything NSW fire services could have bought if their budget wasn’t cut

Everything NSW fire services could have bought if their budget wasn’t cut

While Scott Morrison offers thoughts and prayers to bushfire victims, the NSW Liberal Party has cut tens of millions from state fire services.

Women aren’t as funny as men, claims meta-study no one asked for

Women aren’t as funny as men, claims meta-study no one asked for

Science reignites the battle of the sexes for absolutely no reason.

New psychoactive substances are making a mockery of drug laws

New psychoactive substances are making a mockery of drug laws

A new class of psychoactive substances has the potential to create huge headaches for lawmakers.

Government denies pork-barreling, but do the drought-funding numbers add up?

Government denies pork-barreling, but do the drought-funding numbers add up?

The government insists party affiliation has no bearing on which electorates receive drought funding. But not everyone is convinced.

An anonymous author is about to make Trump very angry — again

An anonymous author is about to make Trump very angry — again

The anonymous 'senior government official' who penned a column criticising the Trump administration is set to release a book. Cue Twitter meltdown.

The government's game of drought roulette

The government's game of drought roulette

One hundred and twenty-three councils have been deemed eligible for more than $123 million worth of drought funding — but others suffering low rainfall are missing out. Inq takes a look at why.

Businesses pay a hefty price for silly sexism

Businesses pay a hefty price for silly sexism

A high-end Peruvian restaurant whacked with a $90,000 fine is just the latest business to get skewered for sexist practices.

Behind the scenes of BuzzFeed's investigation into NOW

Behind the scenes of BuzzFeed's investigation into NOW

The alleged failings of Tracey Spicer's Me Too organisation were exposed last week by a BuzzFeed investigation. Crikey takes a look at how the story unfolded.

The most progressive place in Australia

The most progressive place in Australia

Here's a hint for you: it isn't Melbourne.