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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 most progressive place in Australia

The most progressive place in Australia

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

Shining a light on black market medical marijuana

Shining a light on black market medical marijuana

Crikey speaks to the makers of Green Light, a new documentary about the black-market entrepreneurs serving the massive demand for medicinal marijuana in Australia.

The strange, unrelenting humour of Vladimir Putin

The strange, unrelenting humour of Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has regularly used his powerful position to tell middling jokes. Just don't expect to be allowed to poke fun in return.

Bullying, assault and poisoned birds make a mockery of local politics

Bullying, assault and poisoned birds make a mockery of local politics

In Tasmania's peaceful Derwent Valley, the local council chambers have been rocked by scandal.

Clive Palmer's latest defamation threat is the new norm for online content

Clive Palmer's latest defamation threat is the new norm for online content

There's nothing unusual about politicians sending legal threats to media companies, but small publishers and private citizens increasingly need to watch their words too.

Canberra's electric buses are a go (even though they won't go)

Canberra's electric buses are a go (even though they won't go)

The ACT government has an ambitious plan to make public transport emission-free. There's just one small problem...

The unfortunate legacy of Alexander Downer

The unfortunate legacy of Alexander Downer

The conservative, Queen-loving Alexander Downer will forever be remembered, in the US at least, as the Australian who kicked off the Mueller investigation. That's got to sting a bit.

Is Scott Morrison's rhetoric stopping refugees from getting jobs?

Is Scott Morrison's rhetoric stopping refugees from getting jobs?

A secret review into refugee employment reportedly urges the prime minister to adopt a new narrative.

Hitler meme employee’s downfall 

Hitler meme employee’s downfall 

A BP employee will appeal the Fair Work Commission’s ruling that it was fair to sack him over a popular online Hitler meme. The case is the latest in a line of examples of social media blurring the lines between work and recreation.

Andrew Bolt goes on an ecclesiastical excursion to find Pell not guilty

Andrew Bolt goes on an ecclesiastical excursion to find Pell not guilty

Damn the courts, Andrew Bolt insists that George Pell must be innocent. And he's literally done the legwork to back up his claim.