Nicholas Stuart Biography
Nicholas Stuart (born 1960) is an Australian journalist who is currently a columnist with The Canberra Times. He is the author of three books about Australian politics.
Nicholas Stuart is a famous Journalist, who was born on March 29, 1961 in Australia.
According to Astrologers, Nicholas Stuart zodiac sign is Aries
Stuart’s father was offered a position in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (then a dependent territory of Australia) when Nicolas was 4 years old and he was brought up in Port Moresby until the age of 10. After travelling the world for a year, the family moved back to Sydney, where he attended Sydney Grammar School. Stuart studied Arts/Law at Sydney University where he was a member of the Sydney University Regiment of the Australian Army Reserve. Stuart then studied for an MA in War Studies at King’s College London in 1984.
Nicholas Stuart Net Worth
Nicholas Stuart is one of the richest Journalist. is listed on Richest Journalist. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Nicholas Stuart net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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Stuart has become increasingly involved with disability issues, initially as a Director and later President of the National Brain Injury Foundation of Australia. As a result, he became an ex-officio Director of Brain Injury Australia between 2011 and 2014. In 2013 Stuart was elected as a Director of The House with No Steps, Australia’s second largest provider of services for people with a disability.
His unauthorised biography of Kevin Rudd (“Kevin Rudd – an unauthorised political biography”) has been described by Monash University’s Senior Lecturer in Economics Nick Economou as “requisite reading for observers of Australian national politics”. The book has been assessed as a fair, balanced and generally positive treatment of Rudd. Within a month of the election of the new Labor government Stuart published another 96,000 word book (“What Goes Up”) analysing the last term of the Howard government and identifying the significant factors that resulted in the change of government at the 2007 election. This has received similar positive reviews in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, and The Age newspapers.
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He covered the aftermath of the 1989 Tiananmen protests in China before becoming the ABC’s Indochina Correspondent, based in Bangkok. Stuart was critically injured in a vehicle accident in Bangkok in late 1990 when he was left in a coma. He later returned to work in Bangkok and covered the 1992 demonstrations that led to the fall of the military-backed government of the country. He received a High Commendation issued by the Walkley Award judges that year. However, the ABC believed he had not properly recovered from his accident and was recalled to Australia. After working for a period in the Corporation’s International Operations division, he later left the ABC.
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Stuart accompanied his wife, Catherine McGrath, to Singapore where she was based as an ABC correspondent in 1995.
In 2015 Stuart became a Press Fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge.
In 2016 Stuart received a Churchill Fellowship to study long-term recovery after head injury.