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Justine Landis-Hanley — Reporter

Justine Landis-Hanley

Reporter

Justine has just completed a media and philosophy degree at the University of Sydney. Her work has been published in The New York Times, The Saturday Paper and The Age. She has worked as a casual reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald, an international fellow to the Agence-France Presse Tokyo bureau, editor of student newspaper Honi Soit, and was The New York Times Australia bureau’s first reporting intern. Justine is passionate about gender equality, and has undertaken public policy research work and fellowships with the G20, the Australian Human Rights Commission, and the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.

'Money talks': outrage at billionaire climate sceptic's political donations

'Money talks': outrage at billionaire climate sceptic's political donations

Andrew Wilkie, Adam Bandt and Stirling Griff condemn Australia's donations system which can effectively block action on climate change.

Top climate scientist trashes Tony Abbott for using him to deny climate change

Top climate scientist trashes Tony Abbott for using him to deny climate change

'It's frustrating that years and years of research can be dismissed by a politician. The reputation of The Australian is being trashed by publishing utter rubbish.'

How Australia can get Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert out of Iranian prison

How Australia can get Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert out of Iranian prison

Without vocal public support and Australian government intervention, the academic is facing 10 years in an Iranian prison.

News Corp stays silent on James Murdoch's climate denialism claims

News Corp stays silent on James Murdoch's climate denialism claims

James Murdoch's comments about climate denial was a hot topic last week. Not that you'd know it from reading News Corp.

How much does it cost the ABC to cover a bushfire crisis?

How much does it cost the ABC to cover a bushfire crisis?

Covering the bushfire crisis will cost the public broadcaster 'well into the millions of dollars', the ABC has told Crikey.

How two teens became the face of an alt-right bushfire terrorism conspiracy

How two teens became the face of an alt-right bushfire terrorism conspiracy

Anti-Islam figures and far-right trolls are pushing conspiracies that Australia's bushfires are the work of Islamic terrorists.

Scott Morrison's church receives $110,000 government grant

Scott Morrison's church receives $110,000 government grant

The money headed for the PM's church will help pay for security cameras, video intercoms and a security guard.

Christmas warriors at The Herald Sun slam holiday workplace diversity

Christmas warriors at The Herald Sun slam holiday workplace diversity

The Herald Sun sounds the jingle bells over the Diversity Council urging bosses 'not to mention Christmas'. Problem is, that's not what happened.

Did the AAT just acknowledge robo-debt is real?

Did the AAT just acknowledge robo-debt is real?

Even though the term 'robo-debt' is in widespread use, this might be the first time it has been used by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Nine guts Today after a year of ratings misery

Nine guts Today after a year of ratings misery

After months of poor ratings, Nine has finally pulled the trigger on another Today make over.