June 2016

Published a story 30th Jun 2016 8:43 PM

THE man spent time in Grafton jail and a court initially found that amounted to false imprisonment. Now that decision has been overturned.

$78k payout for imprisoned mentally ill man overturned

THE man spent time in Grafton jail and a court initially found that amounted to false imprisonment. Now that decision has been overturned.

Published a story 30th Jun 2016 7:29 PM

The 2016 election may just be remembered for its classic ads.

Strange Politics: Are Glen Lazarus condoms a thing now?

The 2016 election may just be remembered for its classic ads.

Published a story 30th Jun 2016 2:56 PM

MORE than $5 million of prestige wine has gone missing from the Hunter region in New South Wales.

How does $5m of wine disappear into thin air?

MORE than $5 million of prestige wine has gone missing from the Hunter region in New South Wales.

Published a story 29th Jun 2016 8:06 PM

TONGUE bobbling aimlessly across his lips in a rare moment of dumb-struck puzzlement, there was no escape for Bill today

Strange Politics: Bill grabbed by Shorten curlies

TONGUE bobbling aimlessly across his lips in a rare moment of dumb-struck puzzlement, there was no escape for Bill today

Published a story 29th Jun 2016 5:50 PM

Aged-care shortage red tape means elderly encounter trouble accessing services.

‘Arbitrary’ rule means three-month wait for aged care

Aged-care shortage red tape means elderly encounter trouble accessing services.

Published a story 29th Jun 2016 4:20 PM

The language used in the tirade was extreme even for David Leyonhjelm.

Senator launches expletive laden attack on Greens

The language used in the tirade was extreme even for David Leyonhjelm.

Published a story 29th Jun 2016 8:24 AM

Those ravenous folks at Google and Twitter have realised what Australians want from their democracy comes lathered in sauce and wrapped in cheap white bread.

Google and Twitter battle for election sausage supremacy

Those ravenous folks at Google and Twitter have realised what Australians want from their democracy comes lathered in sauce and wrapped in cheap white bread.

Published a story 27th Jun 2016 7:39 PM

FEAR not, socially awkward Labor lovers who get tongue-tied and weird when Liberals spout off about “Malcolm this” and “economy that”.

Strange Politics: Labor website tells muppets how to talk

FEAR not, socially awkward Labor lovers who get tongue-tied and weird when Liberals spout off about “Malcolm this” and “economy that”.

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Chris studied journalism at the University of Queensland. Worked for the Western Star in Roma. He has worked at The Chronicle as a reporter since February 2011.