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  1. The Implant Files (Part 1)2018/11/26
    The ICIJ and its partners have used their research to create an international database of faulty medical devices. (Supplied: International Consortium of Investigative Journalists)
  2. Burning obsession2018/11/25
    (Getty Images: chrispecoraro)
  3. Slavery in the suburbs2018/11/18
    A couple at a traditional Indian wedding. (Reuters: Amit Dave)
  4. Breaking point (Part 2)2018/11/08
    Lawyers in Australia have been using Federal Court orders to evacuate sick children from Nauru. (AAP: David Crosling)
  5. Two years of Trump2018/11/04
    The midterm elections will decide which political party takes control of Congress. (ABC News: James Bennett)
  6. Breaking point (Part 1)2018/10/28
    Around 50 child refugees and asylum seekers remain on Nauru. (AAP Image: Department of Immigration)
  7. Seeds of doubt2018/10/21
    Consumers say they want to pick their own berries in the wake of the frozen berries hepatitis A food scandal. (ABC Rural: Brett Worthington)
  8. Haircuts and hate2018/10/14
    Blair Cottrell (L) and Oscar Tuckfield (R) at a rally organised by Cottrell's lawyer (ABC News: Jack Fisher)
  9. More than a fight2018/09/30
    For decades, the family of Lewis "Buddy" Kelly has been campaigning for police to reopen their investigation into his death. (ABC News: Allan Clarke)
  10. Update: The talented Mr Daly2018/09/23
    Peter Daly is a director of several companies, including an $8 billion financial planning business. (ABC News: David Lewis)
  11. The clinic of last resort2018/09/09
    The only provider of late surgical abortions in the country is facing a shortage of doctors. (Supplied: Marie Stopes)
  12. Burning down the house2018/09/02
    A party divided, a parliament in turmoil, and a population in despair. (ABC News: Alexander Palmer)
  13. The talented Mr Daly2018/08/26
    Peter Daly says his reputation has been damaged since ASIC launched an investigation into his investment fund. (ABC News: David Lewis)
  14. Notes on a scandal2018/08/19
    Jaimie Byrne was struggling with an ice addiction when he presented to Coffs Harbour Hospital in 2014. (Supplied / ABC News: Georgina Piper)
  15. Russia, If You're Listening: Paul Manafort On Trial2018/08/12
    Paul Manafort of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's staff listens during a round table discussion on security at Trump Tower in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S., August 17, 2016. Picture taken August 17, 2016. (Reuters: Carlo Allegri, file)
  16. Not fare2018/08/05
    George Chayeb is struggling to make a living since the arrival of Uber in Melbourne. (ABC News: Alex Mann)
  17. Rough justice2018/07/29
    Children in Tennant Creek ride scooters at a local skate park. (ABC News: Jane Bardon)
  18. They're still victims2018/07/22
    Donald argues all victims are entitled to redress, regardless of their crimes. (ABC News: Dominic Cansdale)
  19. When the dust settles2018/07/15
    It is estimated one third of Australian homes contain asbestos. (ABC News: Kirsty Sadler)
  20. The drugs don't work2018/07/08
    Barbara Cook, 74, believes she was mistakenly injected with water instead of fentanyl. (ABC News: Tim Leslie)
  21. Remembering Liz Jackson2018/07/04
    Reporter Liz Jackson cut her teeth as an investigative journalist with Background Briefing. (ABC News: Tom Hancock)
  22. Carers who kill 2018/06/24
    Along with his sister and mother, Martin Manrique was killed by his father in 2016 (Supplied: St Lucy's School)
  23. Changing habits: Regional city calls for drug and crime rethink2018/06/17
    Troy Parmount holding a photo of his late partner Darlene Smith who died of an overdose (Nick Lowther)
  24. Unravel: Blood on the Tracks2018/06/10
    Members of  the Haines and Craigie family call for justice for Mark, thirty years after his death. (ABC)
  25. Macquarie'd - The advice scandal at Australia's fifth-largest bank2018/06/03
    Greg and Julie Lewis say they've lost hundreds of thousands of dollars. (ABC News)
  26. Introducing ... Russia If You're Listening2018/05/30
    Info (Show/Hide)
  27. Fentanyl: A national emergency (part 2)2018/05/27
    Paramedics across Australia are stealing fentanyl to deal with PTSD (ABC: Billy Cooper)
  28. Fentanyl: A national emergency (part 1)2018/05/20
    A fentanyl dose the size of ten grains of sand could kill you. (ABC: Lateline)
  29. Best laid plans update: The Senate votes2018/05/11
    The Coorong is a RAMSAR-listed wetland of international importance (Sarah Dingle)
  30. Best laid plans (Part 2)2018/05/06
    The Coorong is a series of lakes towards the end of the Murray Darling Basin (Sarah Dingle)
  31. Best laid plans (Part 1)2018/04/29
    David Paton is an ecologist who has been collecting data on the Coorong for three decades. (Sarah Dingle)
  32. Is that a steroid in my supplement? (Part 2)2018/04/22
    Supplement companies target muscle man events to sell their products
  33. Is that a steroid in my supplement? (Part 1)2018/04/15
    Steroid use is prevalent in the bodybuilding scene
  34. Churches for sale2018/04/01
    Locals in Bungwahl are angry over the sale of the Anglican church (ABC News: David Lewis)
  35. Esteemed Australian scientist at the centre of a sexual harassment investigation2018/03/25
    Sexual harassment allegations have left Australia's top science institutions scrambling (Unsplash: Mihai Surdu)
  36. The death of Jeremy Hu2018/03/18
    Jeremy Hu with his parents on his 18th birthday (Supplied)
  37. The anatomy of a scam2018/03/11
    Victims are led to believe they're trading on the financial markets (Brendan McDermid,file photo: Reuters)
  38. Introducing ... The Signal2018/03/01
    ABC has a new daily podcast. It’s called The Signal, and it's here to sort the news from the noise. To get a new episode of The Signal every morning, search for it where ever you get your podcasts, and hit subscribe.
  39. Could Tara Costigan's murder have been prevented?2018/02/25
    Tara Costigan holding her and Marcus Rappel's baby daughter. Days later Rappel killed Ms Costigan as she cradled their week-old baby. (Supplied)
  40. International crime figures look to Australia to launder money2018/02/18
    Australia's laxed laws make it attractive for criminals to launder their money in real estate (Supplied: District Court of WA)
  41. Sexual harassment in the police force2018/02/11
    A stock image of New South Wales Police badges in Sydney, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015. (AAP:)
  42. The forgotten cancers2018/02/04
    Andreea Stoenescu suffers from a rare type of lung cancer. (ABC News: supplied)
  43. Introducing Ear Hustle2018/01/04
    (Ear Hustle: Antwan Williams)
  44. How did Westpac's e-waste end up on the worst dump in the world?2017/12/24
    Young men burning e-waste to extract metals at the Agbobbloshi dump in the Ghanaian capital Accra.  (ABC RN: Mike Anane)
  45. The Base: Pine Gap's role in US Warfighting2017/12/17
    A rare photograph of Pine Gap. (Supplied: Kristian Laemmle-Ruff @kristianlaemmleruff)
  46. No place for paedophiles2017/12/10
    Prison populations are getting older (Science Photo Library)
  47. Fire ant threat: Mismanagement of Australia’s eradication effort2017/12/03
    Fire ants range vary in size but are distinct in their coppery-brown colour. (Supplied: Qld Department of Agriculture and Fisheries)
  48. Prescription killer: Australia's imminent fentanyl epidemic2017/11/26
    Fentanyl misuse is on the rise and addicts are cooking it into solutions that can be deadly. (Lucy Barbour)
  49. Burning obsession2017/11/19
    (Getty Images: chrispecoraro)
  50. Katherine Hospital2017/11/12
    Gaye was diagnosed with tongue cancer and sent to Darwin Hospital for chemotherapy, when she returned to Katherine Hospital medical staff there realised she was deaf. Now she has a hearing aid and can communicate with the doctors and nurses. She couldn't do this at Darwin hospital. (Dr Simon Quilty)
Background Briefing - ABC RN
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Background Briefing is daring narrative journalism: Australian investigations with impact. Our award-winning reporters forensically uncover the hidden stories at the heart of the country’s biggest issues.

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