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Nick Cater


Nick Cater is a journalist, author and visiting fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies. He is a former editor of the Weekend Australian and held senior editorial roles at the Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Telegraph.

Born in Britain, he began his career at the BBC, making the decision to migrate to Australia while on assignment to cover the bicentenary events in 1988.

He is the author of the bestselling book, The Lucky Culture, which reappraised the Australian cultural narrative and examined the role and influence of the contemporary cultural elite.

His weekly column is published in the Australian and he is a regular commentator on Channel Seven and Sky News Australia.

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