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Kishor Napier-Raman — Reporter

Kishor Napier-Raman

Reporter

Kishor joined the Crikey team as a journalist in 2018.

The tide is coming: why our beaches are vanishing

The tide is coming: why our beaches are vanishing

Communities around the country are coming face-to-face with the growing threat of coastal erosion. And as the climate crisis hastens, the problem is only going to get worse...

The tragedy of the horizon: why action is needed now

The tragedy of the horizon: why action is needed now

When it comes to solutions to the problem of Australia's eroding coastline, there's some good news... and a whole lot of bad news.

'The waves are going to be crashing through their door': the erosion hot spots

'The waves are going to be crashing through their door': the erosion hot spots

Experts and residents have known about Australia's collapsing coastline for years, but the true extent of the growing damage is staggering.

'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.

Australia has the world talking — and we didn't even need to knock off our leader

Australia has the world talking — and we didn't even need to knock off our leader

Even the Daily Mail, known for its right-wing editorial stance, has turned against Morrison.

Dear PM, here's a Crikey guide to Matt Kean

Dear PM, here's a Crikey guide to Matt Kean

Prime Minister Scott Morrison thinks his cabinet doesn't know who NSW Environment Minister Matt Kean is. But they should.

Australians losing faith in TV news, regulator warns

Australians losing faith in TV news, regulator warns

85% of respondents were concerned news is reported from a particular point of view rather than being balanced or impartial.

The face of Scomo's climate evolution no stranger to party struggles

The face of Scomo's climate evolution no stranger to party struggles

Science Minister Karen Andrews defiantly stands against her colleagues on climate change. But is she backing that up with any action?

A big year for the Australian police state

A big year for the Australian police state

Journalists being raided by police. Politicians trying to crack down on protesters. Children being strip-searched. 2019 saw Australia’s steady slide towards authoritarianism become a lot more visible.

Death by a million leaks: the campaign against medivac

Death by a million leaks: the campaign against medivac

The government's arguments against medivac laws were repeatedly bolstered by conveniently timed leaks. Who could be behind them?