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Kishor Napier-Raman

Journalist

Kishor Napier-Raman — Journalist

Kishor joined the Crikey team as a journalist in 2018.

How New Zealand law deals with hate crime

How New Zealand law deals with hate crime

Like Australia, New Zealand does not have distinct hate crime laws. After last week's terrorist attack, is this enough?

The circus is in town: the world's media descends on Christchurch

The circus is in town: the world's media descends on Christchurch

The world's media has descended on Christchurch this week, and already things are starting to get tense and overwhelming.

'Singing is good for the soul': how Christchurch youth are responding to the attack

'Singing is good for the soul': how Christchurch youth are responding to the attack

The children and teenagers of Christchurch are taking ownership of their grief in a positive and powerful way.

The endless multicultural vigil outside the Masjid Al Noor

The endless multicultural vigil outside the Masjid Al Noor

The solidarity and compassion on display in Christchurch is a hopeful reminder that the fascists won't win easy. 

The growing list of Australia's climate realists

The growing list of Australia's climate realists

It's not just the bleeding hearts anymore. Australia biggest institutions show consensus on climate change, and the few remaining denialists are being left behind.

Who's who: the 'faceless' men and women of the NSW Labor Party

Who's who: the 'faceless' men and women of the NSW Labor Party

Who are the heavies lurking behind the curtains at NSW Labor headquarters? Crikey takes a look.

Who's who: the 'faceless' men and women of the NSW Liberal Party

Who's who: the 'faceless' men and women of the NSW Liberal Party

Crikey takes a look at the big players on the Liberal Party's NSW state executive.

Publication prohibited: a history of the biggest suppression orders in Victoria

Publication prohibited: a history of the biggest suppression orders in Victoria

From underworld killings to high-level corruption scandals, here are some of the biggest stories which have been gagged by Victoria's suppression order regime.

Can Julian Burnside turn Kooyong Green?

Can Julian Burnside turn Kooyong Green?

Julian Burnside was once a lawyer for CEOs and heiresses. Now, the refugee advocate is hoping to win a Liberal stronghold for the Greens.

Heart Foundation shows Indigenous staff the door

Heart Foundation shows Indigenous staff the door

Former Indigenous employees say the organisation has been marred by an exodus of Aboriginal staff, a collapse of specialist programs and a failure to meet reconciliation targets.