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Kishor Napier-Raman — Reporter

Kishor Napier-Raman

Reporter

Before joining Crikey in 2018, Kishor was an editor of the University of Sydney’s student paper Honi Soit, an intern at The Sydney Morning Herald on the state news beat, a casual legal reporter for Justinian and the Gazette of Law and Journalism, and a research assistant at the Australian Human Rights Commission. In his spare time, he is completing a law degree at the University of Sydney. Kishor will be covering issues with respect to immigration, race and religion.

Rich are different. But they're not that different — even in Aspen, darling

Rich are different. But they're not that different — even in Aspen, darling

What role have the rich played in the spreading of COVID-19 — and what does that mean for the rest of us?

Can we blame rich people for the coronavirus?

Can we blame rich people for the coronavirus?

In Australia's biggest cities, the richest suburbs have the most cases of COVID-19. But is it fair to blame the wealthy for the disease's spread?

Inside Scott Morrison's very corporate COVID-19 commission

Inside Scott Morrison's very corporate COVID-19 commission

Prime Minister Scott Morrison's new COVID-19 commission is a who's who of Australian business leaders and bureaucrats.

Virus Watch: confused yet?

Virus Watch: confused yet?

Everything is 'essential', unless it isn't... so stay at home... or don't! Up to you, really.

Why are hairdressers still open during the shutdown?

Why are hairdressers still open during the shutdown?

Even some industry insiders are confused about why hair and beauty has been deemed an 'essential service'.

Virus Watch: News Corp goes socialist, and stop it, you're killing Netflix!

Virus Watch: News Corp goes socialist, and stop it, you're killing Netflix!

When The Australian (yes, THAT Australian) is spruiking mass nationalisation, you know you're in trouble. Here's what you need to know in COVID-19 developments.

One month with COVID-19: the rhetorical evolution of Trump and Morrison

One month with COVID-19: the rhetorical evolution of Trump and Morrison

As the coronavirus has spread and changed, so has the way Scott Morrison and Donald Trump talk about it.

An incomplete list of things that are un-Australian

An incomplete list of things that are un-Australian

Panic buyers now join a long, storied list of people and things that Australian politicians have decided are un-Australian.

How quickly things are changing

How quickly things are changing

Time now moves quicker than ever as the 'latest' updates on the coronavirus/COVID-19 are quickly superseded.

Virus Watch: Obeid trial delayed, airlines falling, and is it curtains for the arts?

Virus Watch: Obeid trial delayed, airlines falling, and is it curtains for the arts?

Economists are facing down more fears of a recession (or worse) and the arts sector struggles. Here's what you need to know.