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Amber Schultz — Reporter

Amber Schultz

Reporter

Amber previously worked for Nine News and The Age and created student comedy talk show The Struggle. She was a Young Walkley finalist, Jacoby-Walkley scholar, and won an Ossie Our Watch award. Amber holds a Masters in International Relations and Journalism and is fluent in Spanish.

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Disability advocates' anger over NDIS' traumatising, 'cost-cutting' reforms

Already beleaguered NDIS recipients will now be assessed by government contractors rather than their regular healthcare specialists.

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce (Image: AAP/Biance De Marchi)

Qantas questioned, Disney secrets and Victoria’s Silicon Valley partnership

Leaked internal documents show Qantas had plans to outsource ground staff more than a decade ago, long before the pandemic.

Police patrol Bourke St, Melbourne during curfew (Image: AAP/Erik Anderson)

Victoria's medicine: is Daniel Andrews asking the state to swallow too big a pill?

Experts are divided on whether Victoria's 'aggressive suppression' strategy is the best way forward.

Scott Morrison (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Record deaths, elimination arguments, and border closure blowback

Australia's COVID-19 death toll rises to 737, the argument for elimination, and more of the latest coronavirus news.

Kylie Moore-Gilbert, Julian Assange and Cheng Lei (Images: AAP/Reuters/Supplied)

Detained in plain sight: an incomplete list of Australia's political prisoners

Crikey takes a look at some of the Australian political prisoners currently in jail overseas.

Roger Ailes, Boe Pahari and Peter Rathjen (Images: AAP/Supplied)

Sexual harassment by so many other names: the language corporates use

Weasel words are the go-to responses when big companies are faced with sexual harassment allegations. Anything to save their reputation.

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How to ease lockdown, protecting sub-par nursing homes, and masking up on public transport

The Victorian government will outline how it will go about easing restrictions, while the mask debate continues in Sydney. And more of the latest virus news.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/James Ross)

Poverty down but homelessness up, kids carrying COVID-19, and a silver lining

In Virus Watch today, the states' economic woes continue, new data on poverty in Australia, and a silver lining to the pandemic.

Anti-lockdown protest in Dandenong (Image: Suzan Delibasic/Twitter)

Anti-lockdown protest, the battle of the sexes, and Sydney’s struggling economy

Hundreds take to the streets rallying against Victoria's lockdown, study shows men produce a weaker immune response to COVID-19, NSW economy is down billions and cases of reinfection become more common.

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'Ignorance, incompetence, misinformation': how did Victoria's sexual assault laws go backwards?

The new legislation was meant to make it easier for sexual assault survivors to share their stories. Instead, it's made it much, much harder.

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