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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.

Who reviewed the Labor review?

Who reviewed the Labor review?

The 91-page report has given every pundit and politician enough room to argue a point.

Trump v California

Trump v California

The latest argy-bargy in a long running battle between the president and one of the country's most progressive states. 

A short history of groundbreaking climate reports we pretty much ignored

A short history of groundbreaking climate reports we pretty much ignored

Thousands of scientists around the world have signed a report declaring a climate emergency. Will the Coalition government even look at it?

Industry figures bring out the whip against <em>7.30</em> racing revelations

Industry figures bring out the whip against 7.30 racing revelations

Following the ABC's latest expose on the dark side of horse racing, enthusiasts and industry figures like Alan Jones have come out swinging in the sport's defence.

The stupid ways we've tried to 'save' the Great Barrier Reef

The stupid ways we've tried to 'save' the Great Barrier Reef

Rather than actually tackling climate change, our governments have chosen to invest in some truly hare-brained schemes to rescue the reef.

Does anybody know what's happening in this Advertiser cartoon?

Does anybody know what's happening in this Advertiser cartoon?

What on earth does the death of two mass murderers have in common with schoolyard pranks? The Advertiser seems to think so.

Jeremy Corbyn versus the big bad billionaires

Jeremy Corbyn versus the big bad billionaires

Jeremy Corbyn has kicked off his election campaign by launching an attack on some of the richest men in the UK.

Is it a beat-up? We fact-check the IPA’s campaign against a Voice to Parliament

Is it a beat-up? We fact-check the IPA’s campaign against a Voice to Parliament

The IPA has launched a 'Race Has No Place' campaign against the Voice to Parliament. The claims range from valid to nonsensical.

Life just got a little harder for Mark Zuckerberg

Life just got a little harder for Mark Zuckerberg

Twitter's decision to ban political ads is great for democracy, and extremely bad for Facebook.