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Kishor Napier-Raman — Reporter

Kishor Napier-Raman

Reporter

Before joining Crikey in 2018, Kishor was an editor at Honi Soit, an intern at The Sydney Morning Herald, and a legal reporter for Justinian. He has degrees in arts and law from the University of Sydney.

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Bumper harvest coming but can agriculture save the Australian economy?

The drought has broken in parts of Australia, but the recovery of farming won't necessarily save us from a recession

Kevin Rudd (Image: AAP/Glenn Hunt)

Safe schools, trans rights, Aboriginal flag: News Corp loves a petition stoush except...

Kevin Rudd may have scored 350,000 signatures on his call for a royal commission into News Corp, but that doesn't make it newsworthy in Murdoch's newspapers.

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More lockdowns, vaccine delays, 12,000 mutations: the global virus picture

With the virus seemingly under control in Australia, it's easy to forget that much of the rest of the world is not faring so well.

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Will Gladys Berejiklian stay? Here's what political history tells us

How long until the NSW premier's affair with Daryl Maguire bubbles into a politically-terminal distraction, and she resigns?

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Apocalypse when? Mike Pezzullo and the end of the world as we know it

The prospect of Armageddon has been keeping the Home Affairs boss awake at night. And he wants us all to be worried sick too.

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Quiet achiever shows she is human after all — and that could spell her demise

Gladys Berejiklian's image of being strong, focused, sober and pragmatic has been shattered by being 'weak' enough to pick a dud boyfriend.

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Despite cuts, job losses, more Australians are enrolling at university

Across the country, universities are seeing rising domestic demand for places, in a rare silver lining for the coronavirus-devastated sector.

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The budget spending we're not allowed to know about

Between 'commercial sensibilities', 'national security' and 'legal sensibilities', an awful lot of the spending in the 2020 budget is being kept secret from the taxpayers footing the bill.

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The big ifs: the key assumptions lining the pathway to recovery

Much of the 2020 budget's road to recovery hinges on a lot of big ifs — not least that a COVID-19 vaccine will be freely available soon.

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Winners and losers: few surprises in Coalition’s budget night reveal

Farmers, gas and mental health win out over aged care, most women and social housing.

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