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.
Anne Davies (Australian)
Anne is investigations editor at Guardian Australia. She has been a journalist for over 30 years, mostly at The Sydney Morning Herald where she specialised in investigations and federal and state politics. She is a Gold Walkley winner with Kate McClymont for their 2002 investigation into rugby league, development and Eddie Obeid. Her most recent investigations have taken her deep into the complex world of water policy and the Murray Darling Basin plan, and Guardian Australia has exposed questions over the Federal Government's most recent $200m water purchases which are now under scrutiny by the Australian National Audit Office.