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Kishor Napier-Raman — Reporter

Kishor Napier-Raman


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.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison touring the AstraZeneca facility in Sydney (Image: AAP/Nick Moir)

Politics in a time of pandemic. Exactly where does that leave the science?

We're told to trust the science. But science can be messy and uncertain.

(Image: AP/Matt Rourke)

Abhorrent video the latest failure to clean up a toxic internet

Stopping malicious online actors posting disturbing content is much harder than just shutting down a site.

(Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Trump won't need his own library. His presidency is giving publishers plenty already

Michael Cohen's Disloyal: A Memoir is just the latest in an endless string of tell-all books about the bullying, erratic narcissist who's running the United States of America.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (Images: AAP)

Burning questions: why has the pandemic hit so much harder in Victoria?

There are still plenty of questions as to why Victoria is in such a mess, especially compared to NSW.

Troy Cassar-Daley performs during the 2020 Tamworth Country Music Festival (Image: AAP/Peter Lorimer)

Vaccine trial paused, Britain blames the young, music festivals silenced

A promising vaccine trial has been paused, troubling numbers from the UK, and the Tamworth Country Music Festival cancelled.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/James Ross)

Dan Andrews wants Victorians to trust the modelling. Should they?

Victoria has University of Melbourne modelling to thank for its slow road out of lockdown — but it shouldn't be Dan Andrews' only focus, say experts.

Police patrol Bourke St, Melbourne during curfew (Image: AAP/Erik Anderson)

Victoria's medicine: is Daniel Andrews asking the state to swallow too big a pill?

Experts are divided on whether Victoria's 'aggressive suppression' strategy is the best way forward.

(Image: AAP/Scott Barbour)

QAnon is here to stay. Is it the future of our politics?

Some of the anti-lockdown mob won't even know what QAnon is, but will still recite its talking points. A global cabal. Fear of satanic elites. The world on the brink of a 'great awakening'.

Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi (Image: Reuters/Max Rossi)

Victoria's leaked road map, more arrests, Berlusconi has the roni

In Virus Watch, the 'leaked' road map for lifting Victoria's restrictions, policing lockdown protesters, high-profile European cases, and more of the latest updates.

'Bad for democracy': Facebook's news ban could leave only the garbage behind

If — and it's still a big if — Facebook carries out its threat, it will hurt Australians much more than it will hurt itself.

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