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

INSIDE THE INVESTOR ROADSHOW: One Australian startup's experience raising millions from investors for global expansion


Sharks numbers off the east coast of Australia are falling


The top 10 weird science stories of 2018



Australian mentors reveal the key skills executives want to develop


The ACCC explains how Australia's banks make it hard to work out how much your mortgage costs


NASA's Voyager 2 has entered interstellar space and Australia is listening



The top 10 science stories of 2018


The rise of a new species, the Australian Mamil (middle aged man in lyrca)


The CEO and Chair of IOOF have stepped aside


The ACCC wants to regulate the substantial power of Google and Facebook in Australia


The OECD thinks Australia's housing market is headed for a soft landing


ANZ Bank is reassessing the sale of its wealth business to IOOF



IOOF shares plunge 30% as regulators take court action to blow top management out of their jobs


APRA has brought out the big guns against IOOF, and wants to disqualify its managing director, chairman and CFO


A NSW farmer with a clever way to increase crop yields has been honoured at Australia's local Nobel gala


Out-of-touch Australian managers are driving employees out of their jobs



Half of Australian workers fear losing their jobs to robots


The 10 things Australia needs to do to become the best place in the world for startups


Aspiring digital bank Xinja is taking a second bite at equity crowdfunding


Australian tech startups are suddenly on the nose in Canberra


Inside Australia's crazy, high intensity and stressed out startup world


5 amazing jobs for festival lovers available right now in Australia


Australian stocks recovered after an initial dive driven by Wall Street


The executive who lost count of how many times AMP mislead ASIC has retired


The issue of trust has burned its way into the consciousness of corporate Australia


Amazon Australia's best sellers and consumer trends in its first year


The Ten Network has unveiled its answer to Netflix and Stan


Australia's best universities and degrees for creating wealthy people


The number of billionaires in Australia is about to double


GrainCorp just got a $2.4 billion takeover offer


Metcash's IGA sales have come in flat in the face of strong competition


AMP's incoming CEO is already working on a new strategy


Smartphones have tightened their grip on Australian lives


Scientists have recorded an exploding white dwarf hit a nearby star to cause a supernova


​Booktopia has launched a $10 million equity crowdfunding campaign


The Myer board of directors has been hit with a second strike


Coca-Cola is on the receiving end of social changes in Australia and its stock is getting beaten up


'Malcolm will go ballistic': Former ABC chair denies fight to keep Triple J's Hottest 100 on Australia Day


Former ABC chair Justin Milne says Michelle Guthrie was rated low for integrity in her performance review


Australians worry they risk their careers if they report misconduct at work


Harvey Norman has been hit by a shareholder first strike


Fintech startup Athena Home Loans just closed a $25 million raise


Ken Henry's royal commission appearance sparked a debate over one of the biggest issues facing capitalism


Scott Morrison just moved the budget to set up for a May federal election


NAB's chair still isn't sure how the bank should have acted when it found it had collected $100m in fees for no services


Harvey Norman's Australian franchisee sales just went negative


How hackers and spies tried to steal the secrets of Australia's one-armed robot bricklayer


Fintech Judo Capital has signed a $350 million debt facility with Credit Suisse


'If it's not the board, who is it?' -- NAB chair Ken Henry argues directors can't 'ensure' risk management in banks


NAB's Andrew Thorburn says short-term bonuses didn't change the way he worked