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Chris Woods

Reporter

Chris Woods — Reporter

Chris began their career in journalism at Long Island newspaper The Statesman in 2013. They spent the next five years freelancing for The Saturday Paper, Junkee, Pedestrian.TV and Brisbane startup blog The Tech Street Journal, before joining Crikey as a freelancer in 2017, Worm writer in 2018, and, finally, INQ reporter in 2019. Chris also volunteers at intersectional feminist current affairs program 3CR Tuesday Breakfast and law reform group Liberty Victoria’s Rights Advocacy Project.

Adani is far from a done deal

Adani is far from a done deal

Crikey looks at the many hurdles Adani still has to clear in order to get its mine up and running.

Why are flights being delayed in Australia?

Why are flights being delayed in Australia?

Yesterday's Border Force e-gate meltdown shows how one tech failure can hold up thousands at airports. But it's not even close to the most common reason flights are delayed around the country.

The real crisis in teaching

The real crisis in teaching

'School education in Australia is becoming an evermore bureaucratised system, which is asking more of teachers and getting less in return.'

Trump administration adds extra hurdles for asylum seekers

Trump administration adds extra hurdles for asylum seekers

Good morning, early birds. The Trump administration has made it more difficult for asylum seekers to seek refuge in the USA, and Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin’s resignation is under closer scrutiny. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Coalition to renew push for tax support

Coalition to renew push for tax support

Good morning, early birds. The Coalition is set to push for support for its tax cut package ahead of the Senate's first sitting day tomorrow, and Kerry O'Brien makes an impassioned call to action during his Logie Hall of Fame induction. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

How will Scott Morrison react to world election results?

How will Scott Morrison react to world election results?

Now our own federal election is done and dusted, let's look at how the outcomes of other elections around the world could affect Australia's interests.

How Stuart Robert can fix the NDIS

How Stuart Robert can fix the NDIS

Greens spokesperson Jordon Steele-John offers some tips for the new minister.

Australia's failure in offshore detention reporting

Australia's failure in offshore detention reporting

International media outlets have reported a shocking rise in suicide attempts on Manus. But you wouldn’t know about it from Australia's major papers.

Can Ken Wyatt succeed where so many Indigenous affairs ministers have failed?

Can Ken Wyatt succeed where so many Indigenous affairs ministers have failed?

Ken Wyatt's appointment as Minister for Indigenous Affairs has been met with broad support. But will he be able to make a difference in Scott Morrison's government?

Did the anti-Adani convoy backfire?

Did the anti-Adani convoy backfire?

Bob Brown's anti-Adani convoy has been derided by conservatives for alienating the very voters it was supposed to draw in. But Brown isn't so sure.