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Georgia Wilkins — Reporter

Georgia Wilkins

Reporter

Georgia has worked as a journalist in Australia and overseas, including six years as a reporter for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. During this time, she worked as a business and finance reporter, covering corporate misconduct, multinational tax avoidance and wrongdoing at the big end of town. She also worked at The Weekly Review and the Phnom Penh Post, where she covered the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.

Human rights watchdog met with Jehovah’s Witnesses over child safety concerns

Human rights watchdog met with Jehovah’s Witnesses over child safety concerns

The Australian Human Rights Commission has met with senior members of the Jehovah's Witnesses following an appeal from abuse victims.

Compensation claims against Jehovah’s Witnesses could be jeopardised: lawyer

Compensation claims against Jehovah’s Witnesses could be jeopardised: lawyer

Dr Judy Courtin explains to INQ why the destruction of documents could have huge ramifications for victims inside the Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Leaders of the Jehovah’s Witnesses ordered to destroy confidential records

Leaders of the Jehovah’s Witnesses ordered to destroy confidential records

A letter obtained by INQ has shed light on the secretive methods the Jehovah's Witnesses are undertaking to erase the impact of child sexual abuse within the sect.

'There was a reason why my son died ... And the reason was Pell.'

'There was a reason why my son died ... And the reason was Pell.'

The father of one of George Pell's victims might feel justice is finally being done, but he still feels anger toward Pell and the Church.

Are Australia’s subs duds?

Are Australia’s subs duds?

It looked like the deal of the century. Now the $50 billion Future Submarine contract is coming under intense scrutiny as costs mount and timelines balloon.

How Paul Ramsay triggered an unseemly brawl over Western civilisation

How Paul Ramsay triggered an unseemly brawl over Western civilisation

Paul Ramsay left no specific instructions for how his $3 billion estate should be spent. This created a vacuum into which friends and associates stepped, arguing their own interpretations of Ramsay’s final wishes.

The quiet life and noisy legacy of a relatively unknown billionaire

The quiet life and noisy legacy of a relatively unknown billionaire

Who exactly was Paul Ramsay? Why did he remain virtually unknown to the Australian public? And why is his legacy mired in the kind of controversy he never attracted in life?

‘He was more like the local priest than the local megalomaniacal billionaire’

‘He was more like the local priest than the local megalomaniacal billionaire’

Paul Ramsay's influence wasn't just confined to our shores, he also had a number of business interests in the US and owned a plantation in Louisiana, casting some perspective on his 'western values'.

The dirty business of cleaning our social media platforms

The dirty business of cleaning our social media platforms

With content moderation being farmed out to third party contractors, it's easy to forget the human cost of keeping social media "safe".

Can Australian companies escape doing deals with dictators?

Can Australian companies escape doing deals with dictators?

Few places are considered off limits for Australian mining companies operating in Africa, including Eritrea, one of the most repressed and politically unstable places in the world.