James Hennessy

Editor

James Hennessy

James Hennessy is the editor of Business Insider Australia. He was previously the deputy editor of Pedestrian.TV, and his writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Monthly, The Outline, SBS and the ABC.

James reports and comments on business, tech, and politics – and especially where those three meet. He writes Business Insider Australia’s daily morning newsletter, which you can sign up for here.

James also appears regularly on TV, including spots on the ABC’s panel show The Drum.

You can find him on Twitter and LinkedIn, or catch him on email at [email protected]

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Restaurants, cafes, pubs and retail will reopen in Melbourne from midnight on Tuesday night, after the state recorded zero new cases of COVID-19 transmission


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'The fish are biting and the beers are cold': New Zealanders will be able to travel to New South Wales and the Northern Territory from October 16


Sizzler is no more in Australia, as its parent company announces the closure of the final 9 restaurants


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Queensland is extending its border bubble to include more of northern NSW, allowing more people to enter the state without an exemption


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Qantas announced a 7-hour scenic 'flight to nowhere' over the Outback and Great Barrier Reef – and it sold out in 10 minutes


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Facebook is threatening to block Australians from sharing news on its platforms if planned government regulation goes ahead


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'Free services at risk': Google has published an open letter attacking Australia's effort to force it to pay news publishers for content


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10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


The Northern Territory's border will remain shut for at least 18 months, according to the chief minister