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Chris Masters Travels from Sydney, NSW

Chris Masters


  • Achievements
  • Author
  • Issues
  • Media
  • Motivational
  • World Affairs

Chris Masters retains the record of the longest serving reporter on Australia’s longest running current affairs program, Four Corners. Over 25 years he made a series of nation shaping reports, among then The Moonlight State, which helped trigger Queensland’s Fitzgerald Inquiry. 

In 1985 he was awarded the Gold Walkley for his international expose of the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior.

He has published a series of best-selling books, including Jonestown (2006) and No Front Line (2017). Chris’ research for No Front Line was at the forefront of what became known as the defamation trial of the century, Ben Roberts-Smith VC MG v Fairfax Media.

In June 2018, the Australian Federal Court’s Justice Anthony Besanko ruled in favour of the reporting of Chris Masters and his colleague, Nick McKenzie, a decision that is now under appeal.

Chris’ latest book Flawed Hero tracks this epic story of truth lies and war crimes from the badlands of Afghanistan to the battleground of a Sydney court. 

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