Singapore startup seeks to preserve Papua New Guinea biodiversity – in Nikkei Asia

My latest story in Nikkei Asia is about Ecoshare, a company that uses a lease scheme to support local people and promote conservation in the face of rampant logging and destruction of biodiversity in one of the planet’s last great natural repositories. A Singapore-based startup is working with people in Papua New Guinea to help […]

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Man who interviewed The Serpent in 2003 recalls how ‘consistently upbeat’ serial killer Charles Sobhraj spoke of his prison experience – or how the Daily Mail rewrites me & the Daily Telegraph

The Daily Mail Chloe Morgan has published a feature on Charles Sobhraj which essentially uses my recent Telegraph story I wrote about my encounter with the infamous serial killer, adds a bit more background and puts it out there as something new. A writer who interviewed serial killer Charles Sobhraj while he was behind bars […]

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My chilling encounter with serial killer Charles Sobhraj in The Daily Telegraph

In December 2003, Central Jail in the Nepali capital Kathmandu was everything one might expect from a prison in a developing country. Its high walls, interspersed by watchtowers topped with barbed wire, were patrolled by armed guards. The visitor’s room was a cold, dirty, rectangular cell, divided by a chest-high wall topped with a wire […]

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Troubled Waters – Novella in Paperback Anthology Le Phare de L’Enfer.

Troubled Waters, the first novella I wrote with Laure Siegel for Ecoute Magazine, the story of a surfer who dies under mysterious circumstances on La Reunion Island, is out now in Le Phare de L’Enfer (The Lighthouse from Hell), a new anthology of crime stories for French learners in Germany. Our fourth novella ‘I Want […]

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