Chris Pash

Chris Pash has been a correspondent, bureau chief, editor and news company chief executive.

His book, The Last Whale, is a narrative non-fiction account about those who worked at the last whaling station in Australia and the activists who fought to close it down.

He is a member of the board of directors of the Australian Society of Authors and a former director of the Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers’ Association (PANPA).

What's Happening

Australia's finance sector has taken a huge hit in this year's list of most trusted professions


Peer-to-peer lender SocietyOne is about to hit $500 million in lending


McGrath slides to a $63.1 million loss




Revenue and profit fall at Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group


Sales growth has returned to Woolworths


Doing business in Perth's health service: Boozy lunches, business class air fares and free renovations on the house



Driverless cars will cost Australia's state governments billions in annual revenue


This is how just 1% of the market is driving growth at Kogan.com


Kogan.com's full year profit soared 277%


Australians are now living longer than Americans


Australia's gender pay gap is at its lowest in 20 years


AMP claims some super fund members chose to pay more in fees than they'd earn from investments


Nick Scali posts a record profit, its shares go nuts


Telstra's results show how a big chunk of its business is getting demolished as old-school phones disappear


Profit at Treasury Wine Estates is up by a third


Telstra's full year profit is down 9%



The banking royal commission has revealed that super funds are also charging dead people advice fees


Australian scientist are working on a non-wrinkle strain of cotton


Fairfax posts a loss for its farewell results announcement


CSL profit jumps and its shares hit $200


Seek's profit has been hit by writedowns


Coles earnings tumbled nearly 7% as Wesfarmers' annual profit falls 58%


The top 5 emerging jobs in Australia


Another day at the banking royal commission, another 13,000 breaches of the law revealed


Kangaroo tendons might be the fix needed for human knee, ankle and shoulder injuries


How Australia's super fund of the year spends hundreds of thousands of dollars on entertaining


Cochlear shares are diving despite a jump in profit


Australians are self-medicating with cannabis


Domino’s shares are tanking


Australian IPOs have been weak so far in 2018


Domino’s posts a record profit from selling $2.6 billion of pizza


NAB's cash earnings are down as royal commission costs rise


Australians are sick of waiting to hear back after job interviews


An Australian biotech startup just raised $6 million to create cures from blood-sucking hookworms


How JB Hi-Fi is keeping Amazon at bay


nib shares are on a tear


Domain says Sydney property listings are subdued


Bendigo Bank sees an upside to the financial services royal commission


JB Hi-Fi defies the tough Australian retail market, lifting profit 35%


Wesfarmers has just sold Kmart Tyre and Auto Service to a German company


News Corp posts a $1.9bn loss but says its digital revenue is growing


Baby Bunting shares are going nuts as its competitors are being killed off


The opt-out period for My Health Record has been extended


The royal commission is gunning for $126 billion wealth giant IOOF, and its share price is sliding


NAB is 'sorry', but says there were no crimes


realestate.com.au lifts profit by almost a quarter but says property listings are falling


The NAB has no idea how many super fund members were wrongly charged fees for services they didn't get


James Packer's Crown is taking legal action to save its Barangaroo views


Strong demand for management consultancy helped KPMG pull in $1.64 billion in Australia last year


BHP has settled a class action over the fatal Samarco mine disaster