Join Australian Financial Review journalist Neil Chenoweth, Guardian Australia’s Paul Farrell andFour Corners reporter Marian Wilkinson, as they discuss two of the biggest stories of last year; The Panama Papers and The Nauru Files. Both investigations were the result of leaked documents, had significant public and political impacts and highlighted the changing way that journalists are using data and are working together to get the story. Moderated by Gold Walkley-winning journalist Anne Davies.
Presented in partnership with the Walkley Foundation.
Neil Chenoweth (Australian)
Neil Chenoweth is a Gold Walkley winner and a senior writer withÊThe Australian Financial Review. In 1991 Chenoweth almost brought Rupert Murdoch's career undone with a magazine article that triggered a secret government inquiry into Murdoch's family companies. Since then he has earned a reputation as one of Australia's best forensic business journalists. In 2016 he was nominated for Walkley Award for his work on the Panama Papers.
Marian Wilkinson (Australian)
Marian Wilkinson is a multi-award winning investigative journalist who has worked for ABC-TV’s Four Corners, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian. She was recently admitted to the Australian Media Hall of Fame. She is currently writing a book on climate change.
Anne Davies (Australian)
Anne Davies is a freelance investigative journalist. Until June 2016 she was a senior reporter atÊThe Sydney Morning HeraldÊand has served in a number of roles during her 25 years at Fairfax, including news editor, investigations editor, Washington correspondent and state political editor. In 2002 she won the Gold Walkley with Kate McClymont for their expose of the Canterbury Bulldogs salary cap scandal. She also served on the Board of Copyright Agency Ltd as the journalist-elected member.