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Sally Whyte — Journalist

Sally Whyte

Journalist

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.

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Crikey Worm: Recession obsession and Person of the Year

Crikey Worm: Recession obsession and Person of the Year

Sally WhyteDec 8, 20162 Comments

Good morning, early birds. It's all about the economy and the environment today, and neither of those are looking good for the government. It's the news you need to know, by Sally Whyte and Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: Economic wobbles and no carbon tax

Crikey Worm: Economic wobbles and no carbon tax

Sally WhyteDec 7, 2016

Good morning, early birds. Victoria could become the first state to successfully legalise medically assisted dying, climate change could thwart Malcolm Turnbull's leadership again, and the health of the economy is in -- and it's not looking good. It's the news you need to know, by Sally Whyte and Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: Abbott snipes and undermines

Crikey Worm: Abbott snipes and undermines

Sally WhyteDec 6, 2016

Happy interest rate day, early birds. It's the news you need to know, by Sally Whyte and Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: Green Army given marching orders super rip-off

Crikey Worm: Green Army given marching orders super rip-off

Sally WhyteDec 5, 2016

Good morning, early birds. Australian politics is never over, with environmental announcements, missing superannuation payments and mining deals. But let's just watch that Steve Smith catch on repeat. It's the news you need to know, by Sally Whyte and Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: Backpacker tax passed, and is there cash for the reef?

Crikey Worm: Backpacker tax passed, and is there cash for the reef?

Sally WhyteDec 2, 2016

Good morning, early birds. The backpacker tax has passed (in some form), Bill Shorten says the Libs will roll Turnbull, and is there money for the Great Barrier Reef or not? It's the news you need to know, by Sally Whyte and Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: ABCC bill a dud, backpacker tax stalls, branch stacking in the Libs, and Minister George Christensen

Crikey Worm: ABCC bill a dud, backpacker tax stalls, branch stacking in the Libs, and Minister George Christensen

Sally WhyteDec 1, 20161 Comment

It is the very last sitting day of the year, and our pollies are thinking about holidays -- just not their own. The backpacker tax is still not resolved, with crossbenchers demanding more concessions. It's the news you need to know, by Sally Whyte and Max Chalmers.

Hazelwood closure won't kill the Latrobe Valley -- it's already dead

Hazelwood closure won't kill the Latrobe Valley -- it's already dead

Sally WhyteNov 4, 20161 Comment

Expert says Hazelwood closure will be tough on locals, but nothing compared to privatisation of electricity supply under Jeff Kennett.

Postecoglou deflates Turnbull's AFL diplomacy

Postecoglou deflates Turnbull's AFL diplomacy

Sally WhyteOct 19, 20164 Comments

By all means use sport as soft diplomacy, says the Socceroos coach. But it should be the round ball game.

Meet the US group inspiring the ACL's new anti-gay legal strategy

Meet the US group inspiring the ACL's new anti-gay legal strategy

Sally WhyteOct 7, 20166 Comments

One of this group's passions is challenging the legality of abortion exclusion zones.

Christian Lobby funding defence of anti-abortion mother of 13

Christian Lobby funding defence of anti-abortion mother of 13

Sally WhyteOct 4, 201610 Comments

The Human Rights Law Alliance is a new legal front for the Australian Christian Lobby, and it is already taking on a big case.

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