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  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. Is that a steroid in my supplement? (Part 2)2018/04/22
    Supplement companies target muscle man events to sell their products
  4. Is that a steroid in my supplement? (Part 1)2018/04/15
    Steroid use is prevalent in the bodybuilding scene
  5. Churches for sale2018/04/01
    Locals in Bungwahl are angry over the sale of the Anglican church (ABC News: David Lewis)
  6. 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)
  7. The death of Jeremy Hu2018/03/18
    Jeremy Hu with his parents on his 18th birthday (Supplied)
  8. The anatomy of a scam2018/03/11
    Victims are led to believe they're trading on the financial markets (Brendan McDermid,file photo: Reuters)
  9. 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.
  10. 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)
  11. 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)
  12. Sexual harassment in the police force2018/02/11
    A stock image of New South Wales Police badges in Sydney, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015. (AAP:)
  13. The forgotten cancers2018/02/04
    Andreea Stoenescu suffers from a rare type of lung cancer. (ABC News: supplied)
  14. Introducing Ear Hustle2018/01/04
    (Ear Hustle: Antwan Williams)
  15. 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)
  16. The Base: Pine Gap's role in US Warfighting2017/12/17
    A rare photograph of Pine Gap. (Supplied: Kristian Laemmle-Ruff @kristianlaemmleruff)
  17. No place for paedophiles2017/12/10
    Prison populations are getting older (Science Photo Library)
  18. 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)
  19. 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)
  20. Burning obsession2017/11/19
    (Getty Images: chrispecoraro)
  21. 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)
  22. The toughest schools: Walgett's education experiment2017/10/29
    Walgett school student Isaac plays basketball before school. (ABC RN: Brendan King)
  23. Betting on bitcoin: The risky world of cryptocurrency2017/10/22
    (Getty Images: Siegfried Layda)
  24. Fiji silenced part 2: Controlling the message2017/10/15
    A press pack in Fiji cover a visit to the United Nations headquarters by the Attorney General. (ABC RN: Hagar Cohen)
  25. Fiji silenced part 1: China's secret mission exposed2017/10/08
    A house in Nadi, Fiji, where dozens of Chinese people were rounded up by both Chinese and Fijian police and deported. (ABC RN: Hagar Cohen)
  26. Mafia on the move: How the 'ndrangheta came to Australia2017/10/01
    The Italian magistrate Bruno Caccia was killed in 1983 by the 'ndrangheta. Whistleblower Domenico Agresta testified at the trial for his murder. (Getty Images/Pacific Press/LightRocket: Elena Aquila)
  27. Drug justice: The Duterte solution2017/09/24
    Prisoners lean against a metal door, their faces and hands poking through barred windows at Quezon City Jail. (ABC RN/Lateline: Ginny Stein)
  28. No place for paedophiles2017/09/17
    Prison populations are getting older (Science Photo Library)
  29. A whisky business2017/09/10
    Hundreds of investors found out that the barrels of whisky they invested in were never filled (Felicity Ogilvie / ABC)
  30. South Sudan: a failure to act2017/09/03
    A police officer examines remains of a logistic base of the UN World Food Program, Jebel District, Juba (Albert Gonzalez/AFP/Getty Images)
  31. Critical failure: the preventable deaths that keep happening in hospitals2017/08/27
    Ahlia Raftery's parents, Kirstie and Mike. (ABC Newcastle: Robert Virtue)
  32. The Base: Pine Gap's role in US Warfighting2017/08/20
    A rare photograph of Pine Gap. (Supplied: Kristian Laemmle-Ruff @kristianlaemmleruff)
  33. Shot to pieces: How the Adler fight threatens our national gun laws2017/08/13
    Queensland MP Robbie Katter tries an Adler shotgun near Cloncurry. (ABC RN: Paddy Manning)
  34. Rape shaming: Why some women are naming their alleged attackers online2017/08/06
    Lauren Ingram outside of Kings Cross police station. (ABC RN: Tiger Webb)
  35. Nowhere to go2017/07/30
    Harry Guinan has Down Syndrome, and lives in a government-run group home. Here he is at art class. (ABC RN: David Lewis)
  36. Europe's drug wars2017/07/09
    Law enforcement agencies are struggling to keep up with an ever-changing trade in drugs (BBC)
  37. Drill and fill: dentists up in arms over the risks of corporate dentistry2017/07/02
    Bonuses for the amount of work done may be encouraging unnecessary treatments (Getty Images)
  38. Shadows of the Sheikh: how an Adelaide Imam with a mysterious past became a media star2017/06/25
    Imam Tawhidi's media appearances have caused controversy among Australian muslims (Islamic Association of SA)
  39. Under the radar: how the global gambling industry is encroaching on amateur sport 2017/06/18
    Small matches like this one in Hobart's Southern Basketball League have been offered up for live online betting (Carol Rääbus / ABC)
  40. Cyber insecurity: the skills shortage exposing Australia to attack2017/06/11
    The WannaCry virus affected hundreds of thousands of computers across the globe including at hospitals, banks and universities (ABC)
  41. On deadline: countdown to crunchtime for newspapers2017/06/04
    Established newspapers are slashing staff, while Crinkling News is just getting started. (Tiger Webb / ABC)
  42. The cost of a kidney2017/05/28
    Getty / Owen Franken
  43. A failure to care: the Oakden nursing home2017/05/21
    The Oakden Older Persons Mental Health facility is being closed after allegations of abuse. (ABC News: Matt Coleman)
  44. WestConnex: good debt or bad debt?2017/05/14
    (Hugh Peterswald/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)
  45. Machetes, migrants, and misinformation: why Africans are copping the blame for Melbourne crime wave 2017/05/07
    Melbourne's Sudanese youth have been blamed for a variety of crimes, but are they really to blame? (David Lewis/ABC)
  46. The RSL at War2017/04/23
    Australia's oldest veterans organisation is dogged by scandal. (ABC News: Michael Vincent)
  47. Doctors and suicide: Why does it keep happening?2017/04/09
    A doctor takes a break in a hospital. (Chris Whitehead/Getty images)
  48. Nightmare build2017/04/02
    Buying a new apartment?

    Defects are driving many owners to court to get their leaks and defects fixed after they discover changes to insurance law means they are no longer covered.

    It's you versus the builder, so bring your lawyer. Tim Roxburgh investigates.
  49. Katherine Hospital: Back from the brink2017/03/26
    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)
  50. The schools squeeze: how the apartment boom is overcrowding classrooms2017/03/19
    Students sit in a classroom, generic (ABC TV)
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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