... investigative reporter and researcher Professor Wendy Bacon is a contributing editor for New Matilda. Amy McQuire is a ...
New Matilda sits within a long Australian history of independent media. One of its stalwarts, Wendy Bacon, joins us as contributing editor
The Castle's Darryl Kerrigan put it best when he said 'People have got to stop taking other people’s land'. Hundreds of residents in the inner west of Sydney know how he feels. Wendy Bacon reports.
Problems have continued to emerge since NSW handed a number of refuges over to faith-based organisations. Wendy Bacon and Elise Dalley report.
NSW taxpayers are forking out millions to a global corporation to provide an environmental impact report into a controversial toll road. The same company is then going to help build it. Wendy and Luke Bacon investigate.
Chris Graham looks back at one year in the hot seat... which has rickety wheels, a broken gas-lift and ripped fabric.
The Begnell's finished paying off their home in the 1980s. And then somehow, the government sold it to developers. Wendy Bacon reports.
New Matilda contributing editor Wendy Bacon explores the faces behind the controversial project that has stirred passions in Sydney's inner west.
An SBS journalist is out of a job for expressing an opinion. Wendy Bacon reviews how the Twitter storm calling for his sacking unfolded.
When you criticise Rupert Murdoch's News Corp you should expect a backlash, as Wendy Bacon found when she published her report on the coverage of climate change at Australian newspapers