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Kishor Napier-Raman

Journalist

Kishor Napier-Raman — Journalist

Kishor joined the Crikey team as a journalist in 2018.

Can the bookies tell us who will be the next prime minister?

Can the bookies tell us who will be the next prime minister?

Some pundits swear by the idea the betting markets are a stronger indicator of an upcoming election's outcome than any polling. But how does it work?

Dirt units will stop young people from ever entering politics

Dirt units will stop young people from ever entering politics

It's time to stop punishing candidates for the crime of being born in the 1980s or 1990s.

Pauline Hanson's cult of endless victimhood

Pauline Hanson's cult of endless victimhood

Victimhood is essential to Pauline Hanson's politics. And the media has been only too happy to help her cultivate that identity.

Do voters still care about the leaders' debates?

Do voters still care about the leaders' debates?

Once upon a time, election debates were watched by millions. Now they seem like an unwanted sideshow. What happened?

Memewatch: Palmer takes an early lead

Memewatch: Palmer takes an early lead

Clive Palmer is spending millions on campaigning, but will his dank memes get him over the line in the end?

Everything you need to know about the water buyback scandal

Everything you need to know about the water buyback scandal

Australia now has its own "watergate" and there are calls for a royal commission. How did we get here?

All about the oil: a history of Australia's relationship with Timor-Leste

All about the oil: a history of Australia's relationship with Timor-Leste

Australia views itself as Timor-Leste's liberator. But the reality is that Timor-Leste has suffered for decades because of Australia's pursuit of oil revenue above all else.

Gaffe tracker: how politicians stumbled through the start of the campaign

Gaffe tracker: how politicians stumbled through the start of the campaign

A look at the long list of awkward and regrettable moments from the first weekend of the campaign.

The chaotic final days of the 45th parliament

The chaotic final days of the 45th parliament

Last minute appointments, messy estimates, and fast-tracking the Adani mine — Scott Morrison called the election this morning later than initially expected, following a frantic few days in Canberra.

Can the 'right-wing GetUp' make a dent in this election?

Can the 'right-wing GetUp' make a dent in this election?

With Advance Australia now back in the spotlight ahead of the election, Crikey looks beyond the lurid superhero costume.