Sally Whyte — Political reporter

Sally Whyte

Political reporter

Sally covers federal politics and has also reported on Victorian politics, sport and any good stories that come past her desk. She is also the President at SYN Media.

November, 2017

Sparkles reign and love wins as Melbourne rejoices in Yes victory

, Nov 15, 2017

A large crowd at the State Library in Victoria welcomed the announcement from the ABS today.

Postal vote parties: how will Australia mark the end of the marriage equality survey?

, Nov 14, 2017

Activists find fun ways to mark the occasion for tomorrow's announcement of the marriage equality survey results.

Crikey Quiz: can you tell the difference between Julia’s 2013 and Malcolm’s 2017?

, Nov 10, 2017

Is it Malcolm Turnbull or Tony Abbott? A Liberal backbencher or a Labor faceless man?

Could historical ministerial decisions be overturned?

, Nov 09, 2017

Legal experts explain whether or not it would be possible to question decisions of former ministers.

‘The very definition of a good old fashioned reporter’: remembering Ben Sandilands

, Oct 31, 2017

The veteran journalist's career spanned more than half a century.

Top five: Senate estimates were full of unearthed gems

, Oct 27, 2017

Looking past the shiny and obvious, this week's Senate estimates hearings were full of newsworthy comments.

What next for the Citizenship Seven?

, Oct 13, 2017

As the conclusion of the Magnificent Citizenship Seven saga approaches, who will make it through the gunfire, and who will fall?

‘Horror, humour and hope’ getting ICAN’s message through nuclear disarmament circus

, Oct 10, 2017

Anti-nuclear Nobel Prize winner Tillman Ruff explains the history and the future of their campaign.
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The many publicity stunts of Nick Xenophon

, Oct 06, 2017

Outgoing federal Senator Nick Xenophon was a master at the political photo opp.

Solving gun crime is bigger than amnesties and crackdowns: violence prevention expert

, Oct 04, 2017

Broader factors need to be fed into the gun-control debate, argue those who study its Australian context.