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What is Crikey?

One of Australia’s most long-standing and formidable contributors to political commentary and public interest journalism, Crikey reveals and uncovers what is really happening below the surface of Australian news, politics, public affairs, business, media and important issues. Always connecting the dots, digging below the surface, analysing the truth and explaining the subterranean movements beyond and behind “the news”.

Crikey has been an invaluable resource for subscribers for more than 20 years. And it’s an invaluable resource for teams and organisations committed to improving, understanding and influencing the most important issues of our time.

Benefits of group access

Get Crikey's famous 'Daily' newsletter and early morning 'Worm' email delivered to your team's inboxes every day
Energise your remote work environment in a way that is productive and socially satisfying
Get beyond the clickbait and beyond the predictability of modern journalism to stay on top of current events
Know when your industry is mentioned in the media before it makes the mainstream headlines
Stay on top of the current affairs affecting your customers
IP access available for libraries and large organisations so everyone has access

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Meet our authors

Bernard Keane

Politics Editor

Bernard Keane is Crikey's political editor. Before that he was Crikey's Canberra press gallery correspondent, covering politics, national security and economics.

Bernard Keane — Politics Editor

Cam Wilson

Associate Editor

Cam Wilson is Crikey's associate editor. He previously worked as a reporter at the ABC, BuzzFeed, Business Insider and Gizmodo. He primarily covers internet culture and tech in Australia.

Cam Wilson — Associate Editor

Charlie Lewis

Tips and Murmurs Editor

Charlie pens Crikey's daily Tips and Murmurs column and also writes on industrial relations, politics and culture. He previously worked across government and unions and was a researcher on RN's Daily Planet. He currently co-hosts Spin Cycle on Triple R radio.

Charlie Lewis — Tips and Murmurs Editor

Amber Schultz

Associate Editor

Amber covers health and social affairs for Crikey. She has been shortlisted for two Young Walkley Awards, was the 2021 Mumbrella Young Writer of the Year for her coverage of sexual violence, and in 2018 completed the Jacoby-Walkley scholarship. She holds two Master degrees and previously worked for The Age, Nine News and ABC's Tonightly.

Amber Schultz — Associate Editor

Kishor Napier-Raman

Politics Reporter

Kishor is a federal politics reporter for Crikey, based in the Canberra press gallery. He writes news and analysis with a focus on foreign policy, legal affairs and government transparency. Previously, he was a general reporter in Crikey's Sydney office, where he started in 2018 while completing an arts/law degree at the University of Sydney.

Kishor Napier-Raman — Politics Reporter

Georgia Wilkins

News Editor

Georgia Wilkins is Crikey's news editor. She was previously senior reporter. Prior to joining Crikey she was a journalist at The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. She has also worked as a reporter overseas.

Georgia Wilkins — News Editor

David Hardaker

Investigations Editor

David has an extensive career as a journalist and broadcaster, primarily at the ABC where he worked on flagship programs such as Four Corners, 7.30, Foreign Correspondent, AM and PM. He spent eight years reporting in the Middle East and can speak Arabic.

David Hardaker — Investigations Editor