Georgia Wilkins,

Georgia Wilkins

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

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Past articles by Georgia:

Morrison’s mates’ lucrative business opportunity pays off

The latest project by Scott Briggs, close friend of the PM, looks set to make millions. It also looks to be backed by the government. → Read More

Whistleblowers 1, gambling lobby 0: parliament votes to protect those who speak out

Parliament has voted to protect communication between whistleblowers and MPs — and the impact could be far reaching. → Read More

Nothing to see here: an A to Z of federal government cover-ups

The government is on a cover-up spree, suppressing and concealing all manner of information, even when it is in the public interest. → Read More

Want to know how to make money and control a government? Here’s how

Thanks to the very public shaming of Crown and three highly visible inquiries, we now have a little more insight into just how James Packer's engine room of political influence works. → Read More

What happens when you defame the dead? ABC’s Luna Park documentary fuels fight over Wran’s legacy

Political and media figures have come to the defence of former NSW premier Neville Wran, claiming an ABC documentary smeared his legacy. → Read More

Core, non-core and points between: a short history of prime ministerial lying

There's a long history of falsehoods in Australian politics, from Morrison to Howard to Keating to Fraser and beyond. → Read More

Cash signals that AG intervention to stop whistleblower prosecutions would be ‘very unusual’

Attorney-General Michaelia Cash has dashed hopes that her office will intervene in Australia's continued persecution of whistleblowers. → Read More

So long, National COVID-19 Commission, and thanks for all the fees

That stalwart of Australia's pandemic response, the National COVID-19 Commission, is no more. → Read More

Laming harassed women and allegedly abused the electoral system. Why is he still an MP?

Opponents have tried to call out this behaviour for years, including to the highest parts of the Liberal Party. → Read More

Will costly secret trials and whistleblower prosecutions continue under a new AG?

From Bernard Collaery to Richard Boyle, it's time to end to these exorbitant prosecutions. Would a new attorney-general help? → Read More

Everyone agrees reputations need protecting. But for the AG it’s an obsession

Christian Porter's almost fanatical defence of people's reputations has been cast in new light. → Read More

Roll up! The greatest rort on earth is playing out in a company near you

Welcome to JobKeeper, where some of Australia’s richest people are cashing in on a scheme designed to keep vulnerable workers in a job. → Read More

Does the oil and gas lobby have a new friend in Canberra?

Ben Small, Mathias Cormann’s replacement in the Senate, is no stranger to the oil and gas industry. Georgia Wilkins reports. → Read More

Just how will Trump’s Australian cheer squad pivot to a Biden world?

A Joe Biden presidency could be tough for Australian Trump cheerleaders like Joe Hockey, Col Allan and Miranda Devine. → Read More

Is the government’s billion-dollar manufacturing scheme another rort in the making?

Ministerial oversight. A government board stacked with company directors. Is the government’s manufacturing scheme another rort in the making? → Read More

Morrison's million dollar marketing machine: how taxpayers are funding government messaging

Labor has accused the government of using taxpayer money for political research from a connected consultant. Is this a case of the Coalition helping itself, or all above board? → Read More

Want to understand the way power works in this country? Keep your eyes on the Crown

The inquiry into Crown has unearthed a laundry list of crimes and misdemeanors that makes Daryl Maguire’s wrongdoings seem petty. → Read More

The president and the cardboard king — and the cult of Mar-a-Lago

What did The New York Times have to say about Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt and his relationship with US President Donald Trump? → Read More

Money for gas: Morrison’s new gas plant could hand money to ICAC’d donors

Cashed-up property developer Jeff McCloy, who has ties to the Coalition, stands to win from the government’s much-lauded gas plan. → Read More

Decoding the government’s energy-speak. Does the blather ring true?

The PM's messaging is very carefully cobbled together, but experts say it comes dangerously close to misinformation. → Read More