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George Pell gets a visit from a PM while Assange fights alone

George Pell gets a visit from a PM while Assange fights alone

Australia has two high-profile international figures in jail. So why is the convicted paedophile being treated better than the whistleblower?

Tracey Spicer and a history of short-selling sources

Tracey Spicer and a history of short-selling sources

Taking action against a source is something of a journalistic cardinal sin. But that's not to say it doesn't happen.

Greg Hunt’s redistribution of health

Greg Hunt’s redistribution of health

Good morning, early birds. Health Minister Greg Hunt wants to stop insurers and specialists from cashing in on rising premiums and bills, and Assange's allies say his life is at risk. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Julian Assange’s judge has family ties to companies exposed by WikiLeaks

Julian Assange’s judge has family ties to companies exposed by WikiLeaks

Family ties, business relationships and claims of conflict of interest all contribute to the strange case of Judge Emma Arbuthnot, a central figure in Julian Assange.

Assange extradition battle could cause an international mess for Australia

Assange extradition battle could cause an international mess for Australia

Is an extremely large, uncomfortable, embarrassing international dilemma about to land in the lap of the Morrison government?

UK parliament secures three month Brexit extension

UK parliament secures three month Brexit extension

Good morning, early birds. UK parliament has secured a Brexit extension amid a push for an early election, and a beleaguered Julian Assange appeals to the government for assistance. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

The man we left behind

The man we left behind

The Australian media this week launched a vociferous public campaign decrying attacks on journalists and whistleblowers. But what about Julian Assange?

Assange has extradition delay denied

Assange has extradition delay denied

Good morning, early birds. Julian Assange has been denied a delay in his fight against extradition, and there are new calls for an independent parliamentary body for defence and intelligence whistleblowers. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Fairweather foe: Bob Carr changes tack on Assange

Fairweather foe: Bob Carr changes tack on Assange

Bob Carr now lauds Julian Assange for "delivering on our right to know". But when he could do something about Assange's treatment, he had a very different view.

Australia’s double standard goes deeper

Australia’s double standard goes deeper

Crikey readers discuss the cases of Julian Assange and Yang Hengjun, and the government's handling of the GDP slump.