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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.

Could asthmatics be displaced by climate change?

Could asthmatics be displaced by climate change?

As air quality steadily worsens, NSW asthmatics have been forced to think long-term about where they are going to live.

Media uses China's success to shame Australian students

Media uses China's success to shame Australian students

Meanwhile, Singapore did better than both...

Liberal MP 'taking the piss' in WA euthanasia debate

Liberal MP 'taking the piss' in WA euthanasia debate

Lead speaker for the Liberal Party Nick Goiran has gone to extreme lengths to delay the vote.

George Pell gets a visit from a PM while Assange fights alone

George Pell gets a visit from a PM while Assange fights alone

Australia has two high-profile international figures in jail. So why is the convicted paedophile being treated better than the whistleblower?

No separation between merch and state

No separation between merch and state

Sales from political merchandise are raking in millions for presidential candidates like Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and, of course, Donald Trump.

Parliamentary committee commits massive privacy breach

Parliamentary committee commits massive privacy breach

In the words of the committee secretariat: 'Oh, CRIKEY!'

Uber is having a global existential crisis

Uber is having a global existential crisis

Worldwide legal battles, shifting policies and unclear definitions mean that Uber's future is far from certain anywhere in the world.

Kevin Rudd wants the last word

Kevin Rudd wants the last word

Last week Crikey received a strongly worded letter from the former prime minister. But it turns out we weren't the only ones on his mailing list.

Is NSW Police calling Angus Taylor a 'dumb motherfucker'?

Is NSW Police calling Angus Taylor a 'dumb motherfucker'?

The police investigation into Taylor has a slightly unfortunate codename...

AAT accused of 'intimidating' robo-debt victims out of appealing

AAT accused of 'intimidating' robo-debt victims out of appealing

In the last financial year, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal contacted almost 800 people who wanted to appeal their Centrelink debt. Around half of those contacted withdrew their appeal, a figure that has alarmed experts.