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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.

When did Australian politicians become incapable of shame?

When did Australian politicians become incapable of shame?

Scandals like the one Bridget McKenzie is facing used to end careers.

On the other side of the world, a zoologist is counting The Australian's climate deniers

On the other side of the world, a zoologist is counting The Australian's climate deniers

Of 306 letters to the editor addressing climate science, 67% were opposed to it.

The lost summer: Australia faces the knock-on effects of an unimaginable crisis

The lost summer: Australia faces the knock-on effects of an unimaginable crisis

While the true cost of the bushfires is yet to be seen, industries around the country are already feeling the heat.

Get off your high horse, Labor — your bushfire policies leave a lot to be desired

Get off your high horse, Labor — your bushfire policies leave a lot to be desired

Labor has been quick to call out the Coalition's response to the fires. Have they really earned that right?

What did the government get up to while the country was shrouded in smoke?

What did the government get up to while the country was shrouded in smoke?

These are the plans and policies the government focused on while we were all distracted by the country being on fire.

The jobs scheme with five-star revenue and two-star performance

The jobs scheme with five-star revenue and two-star performance

Inq investigates how disability employment service providers are able to game the system and rake in government benefits while failing the people they are supposed to be helping.

‘I just want to find something meaningful, that accepts I’m a bit different’

‘I just want to find something meaningful, that accepts I’m a bit different’

Job seekers have been badly let down by disability employment providers, and the costs are mounting. Inq investigates.

The $700 million government jobs program with a 1% success rate

The $700 million government jobs program with a 1% success rate

Inq looks into the flawed and highly unsuccessful scheme that is supposed to be helping Australians with disabilities find jobs.

Coles criticism prompts David Littleproud to check his paperwork

Coles criticism prompts David Littleproud to check his paperwork

An enquiry from Crikey leads to a hasty amendment to a certain minister's register of interests...

Is there anything we won't blame Greta Thunberg for?

Is there anything we won't blame Greta Thunberg for?

Man ousted from car show after physical and verbal abuse blames teenage girl for death of car shows.