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Kishor Napier-Raman — Reporter

Kishor Napier-Raman

Reporter

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.

Defamation law could prevent us knowing the whole truth about Guthrie's demise

We're clearly not getting the full story from the ABC board. And if Australia's defamation laws don't change, we likely never will.

Horne Prize reneges on diversity drive

The guidelines of the Horne essay prize have been changed after David Marr and Anna Funder quit in protest.

Ousted ABC head Michelle Guthrie.

Death by a thousand cards: staff weigh in on Guthrie's sacking

In September, Guthrie told staff to try and boost morale by handing out thank you cards with images of a corny character named Larry. It could have been the last straw.

Morrison's shiny new government is already running out of ideas

Almost a month since being sworn in, it would seem the government has very little in the way of a strong legislative agenda.

Pauline Hanson and the rise of the 'anti-white racism' narrative

The notion of "anti-white racism" is bubbling up from the worst parts of the internet to the Australian Senate.

Aged care royal commission the latest in a very long line of inquiries

There have been scores of inquiries into aged care since 1997. Will the royal commission do what the rest haven't?

June Speedy (third left), mother of Clinton Speedy, one of the victims of the Bowraville murders, along with (L-R) Dianne Duroux, Helen Duroux, Jeremy Jerome and Laura Speedy, march on NSW Parliament House in 2013.

A short history of Australia's unclear double jeopardy laws

Australia's double jeopardy laws are under scrutiny, after the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal rejected an application to retry a man for the Bowraville murders. This isn't the first time they've been questioned.

Trouble in strawberry fields: needles cause further pain for struggling farmers

Some farmers may fear the needle attack could stop consumers buying strawberries, but the contamination crisis is unlikely to make a major on impact growers’ woes.

Home Affairs deports up to 25 asylum seekers

The Department of Home Affairs appears to have launched a late-night mass deportation of mostly Sri Lankan asylum seekers last night with very little warning.

A brief history of Serena Williams' fight against racism and sexism

Williams’ incendiary post-match press conference, where she accused Ramos of sexism, sent the outrage machine into overdrive. Whether or not this was a case of sexism or racism (or both), the fact is that Williams has been subjected to bigoted abuse throughout her career.

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