Nick McKenzie is an Australian investigative newspaper and broadcast journalist. Tip off Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org or anonymously using Whispli
He has won Australia’s highest journalism award, the Walkley award, seven times for work spanning a diverse range of topics. Nick has broken some of Australia’s biggest stories and is the most decorated journalist in the history of the Melbourne Press Club.
Nick works for Fairfax Media and his work appears regularly in Melbourne’s The Age newspaper (www.theage.com.au/investigations) the Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian Financial Review. He also presents special investigations for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s prestigious Four Corners television program and the 7.30 program.
His journalism has included major exposes of corruption and the abuse of power in government and policing agencies, failings in the criminal justice system, corporate corruption, human rights abuses, the abuse of disabled Australians in care homes, abuse scandals in religious organisations, the exploitation of migrant workers and doping and match fixing in sport.
He also reports on international affairs, national security and terrorism, immigration, organised crime, defence issues and federal and state politics.
Nick is a regular speaker at Australian and international conferences and has given key-note speeches on many topics, including human trafficking, corporate corruption and journalism. He has been a guest speaker at universities and for the International Bar Association and the Australian Defence Force. He is available to deliver speeches and presentations.