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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.

The US wines and dines Morrison, and the media eats it up

The US wines and dines Morrison, and the media eats it up

If US state dinners are as momentous as the media has led us to believe, why hasn't the 'special alliance' afforded Australia more than a smattering of invites?

Donations scandal: who is Labor lawyer Ian Robertson?

Donations scandal: who is Labor lawyer Ian Robertson?

Ian Robertson is one of the most influential people you may have never heard of.

Are Australia’s subs duds?

Are Australia’s subs duds?

It looked like the deal of the century. Now the $50 billion Future Submarine contract is coming under intense scrutiny as costs mount and timelines balloon.

When it comes to custody, kids should have a say

When it comes to custody, kids should have a say

Given a custody decision affects children the most, wouldn’t it make sense to have them weigh in? Not according to the justice system.

When it comes to family violence, policy ignores the experts

When it comes to family violence, policy ignores the experts

Despite expert advice, the Coalition is directing their already small budget for addressing domestic violence in a completely different direction.

The Victims: what it’s like to live inside the eye of a media storm

The Victims: what it’s like to live inside the eye of a media storm

INQ explores several case studies of Australians victimised by intrusive reporting.

Why are Australia's research standards slipping?

Why are Australia's research standards slipping?

Australia's academic community has been hit with a series of damaging plagiarism and accuracy cases, eroding trust in academia and science. Is a watchdog the answer?

When can the government tap your phone or read your texts?

When can the government tap your phone or read your texts?

What exactly are your rights? Who can access your call history, check your messages or listen in on your conversation, and when?

What would it take to see hospitality wage thieves held to account?

What would it take to see hospitality wage thieves held to account?

With rampant exploitation regularly exposed in the hospitality industry, Crikey looks into what's allowing wage theft and worker exploitation to continue.

A history of Mack Horton's rivalry with Sun Yang

A history of Mack Horton's rivalry with Sun Yang

Mack Horton refusing to share a podium with Sun Yang is just the latest in a long string of controversies for the Chinese swimmer.