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Kishor Napier-Raman — Reporter

Kishor Napier-Raman

Reporter

Kishor joined the Crikey team as a journalist in 2018.

Who is the NSW police minister who 'would want' his kids strip searched?

Who is the NSW police minister who 'would want' his kids strip searched?

David Elliott is in the headlines once again, this time after getting into a fight with a 17-year-old boy.

Victoria Police's PR nightmare

Victoria Police's PR nightmare

Videos of cops hitting and pepper spraying protesters have gone viral, prompting some less-than-convincing responses from Victoria Police's media team.

Deadspin and the battle for the soul of independent media

Deadspin and the battle for the soul of independent media

Deadspin is following a long line of stand-out media outlets bled dry by uncaring corporate owners.

Why can't we stop the memeification of white supremacy?

Why can't we stop the memeification of white supremacy?

Despite attempts to scrub him from history, the Christchurch shooter is being immortalised online in memes, manifestos and now video games.

The Nobel Prize lands itself with another scandal

The Nobel Prize lands itself with another scandal

Awarding the prize to Peter Handke is a stunningly short-sighted call for a body trying to rebound from last year’s scandal.

Extinction Rebellion has media frothing at the mouth

Extinction Rebellion has media frothing at the mouth

It's not just Kerri-Anne. The Australian media has had an overtly hostile response to the climate activists.

The Oz can't take a joke

The Oz can't take a joke

The paper's latest editorial states 'the boundaries are set tight at your ABC'. But no one sets tighter boundaries than The Australian.

Justin Milne leaves the big bad city behind

Justin Milne leaves the big bad city behind

After the headache that was the 2018 ABC leadership scandal, former chairman Justin Milne has escaped to the country.

Tony Abbott's reactionary world tour rocks Boris' Brexiteers

Tony Abbott's reactionary world tour rocks Boris' Brexiteers

Liberated from the shackles of the backbench, former prime minister Tony Abbott has found his voice again with a whistle-stop European tour.

Can our phones save us from ourselves?

Can our phones save us from ourselves?

The government is well and truly embracing 'nudge theory'. The latest initiative: text message reminders to stop people being swept up in credit card debt.