Journalist John Pilger has spent the last three weeks watching Julian Assange’s extradition trial at London’s Old Bailey. Here's what he saw.
New arrests of Hong Kong media figures and political activists prove that China is wasting no time in its great purge.
The Wikileaks leader is threatened with a torturous 175-year sentence for practicing journalism. This needs a new level of opposition. If not now, when?
Leakers and whistleblowers are essential to ensuring a fast and effective response to COVID-19. We need to make sure they're protected, now and in the future.
The Right To Know campaign made a huge splash across Australia's mainstream papers this week. But this is hardly the group's first outing.
One minute Australia's media is rallying for freedom of the press. The next, it's tearing down climate protesters. Speaking out shouldn't be a professional privilege.
Good morning, early birds. Politicians have called for greater powers protecting the freedom of the press, and Labor is reconsidering its opposition to the Coalition's tax cuts. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
While recent police raids of media companies have been shocking, experts say they have been a long time coming.
Recent incursions on Australia's free press have shown once again that, without a national bill of rights, liberty is treated cheaply in Australia.
Perhaps Cambodia will have a free and open society again someday, but not under the current government. Freelance journalist Mark Tilly reports on the increasingly autocratic dictatorship of Hun Sen.