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Inside the debt-collecting machine that’s chasing billions from people on government benefits

Inside the debt-collecting machine that’s chasing billions from people on government benefits

The debt collection industry is netting millions of dollars' worth of government contracts — yet, there appears to be little accountability for their behaviour in chasing robo-debts.

Who are the Jehovah’s Witnesses and what do they believe in?

Who are the Jehovah’s Witnesses and what do they believe in?

The Jehovah's Witnesses have become notorious for their door-knocking and evangelism, but not much is widely known about their other practices.

Winning the hearts, minds (and pockets) of doctors

Winning the hearts, minds (and pockets) of doctors

If Novo Nordisk is to fulfil the potential of its anti-obesity drug Saxenda, it needs more doctors to have a new understanding of how obesity really works. And to prescribe. Again and again.

Obesity, politics, money and a company called Novo Nordisk

Obesity, politics, money and a company called Novo Nordisk

Novo Nordisk wants to change the way Australians think about obesity. And if it is successful, it could make a killing.

A message from the editor of INQ

A message from the editor of INQ

This week Crikey announced its new 'inquiry journalism' unit INQ. We’re looking to do things differently.

Warning: Crikey is about to unleash a dozen nosy inquiry journalists into the world

Warning: Crikey is about to unleash a dozen nosy inquiry journalists into the world

Inq, a team of a dozen reporters and editors — and our biggest single investment in journalism — will launch in two weeks.