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Carrie Fellner is an investigative reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.

'None of this is right': Development plans spark fury at The Block
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'None of this is right': Development plans spark fury at The Block

Towers up to 24-storeys high are now being proposed for the Redfern site, with no guarantees that affordable housing promised for indigenous families will eventuate.

  • by Carrie Fellner

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Chemical risk at Richmond sparks warning on meat, eggs and fish

Chemical risk at Richmond sparks warning on meat, eggs and fish

Levels of toxic chemicals in food being sold to the general public remains unknown, report finds.

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Up to $20,000 demanded from car crash victims following Allianz blunder
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Up to $20,000 demanded from car crash victims following Allianz blunder

In a system-wide bungle, the insurance giant miscalculated wage repayments for hundreds of claimants. 

  • by Carrie Fellner
'Surely a test is a test': Shock over blood results for toxic chemical
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'Surely a test is a test': Shock over blood results for toxic chemical

A private lab found double the amount of the firefighting chemical recorded in a government-funded test on the same day.

  • by Carrie Fellner
How reef funds went from $5 million to nearly $500 million in five days
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How reef funds went from $5 million to nearly $500 million in five days

After the surprise $443m funding announcement, officials scrambled for a celebrity, kids and an idea of what to do with the money, FOI documents reveal.

  • by Carrie Fellner & Peter Hannam
Dead man's sperm off limits to partner wanting baby, court rules
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Dead man's sperm off limits to partner wanting baby, court rules

The state government has refused to say if it will change legislation after the Supreme Court called for clarity in the legal grey area.

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The Shire's 'bloke from next door' who became the Prime Minister

The Shire's 'bloke from next door' who became the Prime Minister

Deck chairs, footy, pizza and a pew: Scott Morrison's neighbours speak about his "average" life in the shire

  • by Carrie Fellner
'Superman’s not coming to save your ass', Erin Brockovich tells Australians

'Superman’s not coming to save your ass', Erin Brockovich tells Australians

The environmental crusader is in Australia - and she sees similarities between what's going on here, and the situation which propelled her to Hollywood fame.

  • by Carrie Fellner
'Crazy decision': Injured motorcyclist locked in battle with insurers for months
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'Crazy decision': Injured motorcyclist locked in battle with insurers for months

Reforms to the compulsory third party insurance system have been a “complete disaster” in curbing the “aggressive” approach taken by some insurers to deny payments to motor accident victims, the Australian Lawyers Alliance has warned.

  • by Carrie Fellner
'Delay, deny, don't pay': How CTP insurance turned into a nightmare
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'Delay, deny, don't pay': How CTP insurance turned into a nightmare

Tony Webb was just 23 when his car was struck on his way to work. He survived, but the nightmare had only just begun.

  • by Carrie Fellner
The woman created from 'thin air': ICAC hears how Despina 'became Daphne'
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The woman created from 'thin air': ICAC hears how Despina 'became Daphne'

A fictitious woman and a dead man feature in series of bank transfers under scrutiny by the corruption watchdog

  • by Carrie Fellner