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  1. How banks help criminals get rich2020/09/27
    Leaked US Treasury documents show that Australian businesses - including banks - have been linked to suspicious transactions worth billions of dollars.
  2. Assange's extradition: what's really at stake?2020/09/13
    Demonstrators gather outside the Australian High Commission to protest against the extradition of Julian Assange in London.
  3. Response from Falun Dafa Association of Australia2020/08/25
    Info (Show/Hide)
  4. The Power of Falun Gong, Part 32020/08/09

    Fledgling media organisations affiliated with Falun Gong have formed strange alliances with far right movements overseas.

    But what about here in Australia?

    This week on Background Briefing, Hagar Cohen investigates what happens when a pursuit for religious freedom comes into conflict with the transparency and independence required of Australia's fourth estate.
  5. The Power of Falun Gong, Part 22020/08/02
    Info (Show/Hide)
  6. The Power of Falun Gong, Part 12020/07/26

    When you think of Falun Gong – you might think of quiet groups meditating or silently protesting in city parks.

    But a joint investigation by Background Briefing and Foreign Correspondent has uncovered accounts by former Falun Gong insiders, who reveal that in Australia and overseas, the movement has teachings that could be dangerous.

    Hagar Cohen reports.
  7. No one told these country mums why their babies died2020/07/19
    Babies are more likely to be stillborn in Australia's regional centres today than they were 20 years ago.
  8. Meet the debt monster2020/07/12
    The Reserve Bank has acknowledged that the economy is going to need to be supported by Government stimulus for the foreseeable future.
  9. Why was this woman sent to a men's prison?2020/07/05
    Depiction of Mara Ellis in Hakea prison
  10. The rallying cry heard the world over2020/06/28
    Tens of thousands of people have marched through Sydney to protest the death of Indigenous people in police custody after winning a last ditch effort to hold the rally. June 6, 2020.
  11. Who seeks to profit from the trauma of abuse survivors?2020/06/21
    Uncle Justin in his home in rural Western Australia.
  12. Why Australia's spies think the far right could find a foothold during coronavirus2020/06/14
    Scenes from a protest in Sydney's Hyde Park, last May.
  13. The controversial push to rebrand raw milk2020/06/07
    Raw milk must be sold as bath milk in Australia
  14. How were the kids in this town contaminated?2020/05/31
    A view of the Port Pirie smelter from Solly beach park across the water.
  15. Having a baby alone: How the pandemic has changed how we give birth2020/05/22
    Abbey Leggett, pictured here with her newborn baby, gave birth during the pandemic.
  16. Drive-by dinners: Food relief in the time of Corona2020/05/20
    Pastor Ian Bartley from the Church of New Life Katoomba, April 2020.
  17. Prison outbreak: Prisoners released to protect them from COVID-192020/05/15
    Chantelle Baker was released from prison on bail during the pandemic.
  18. Hotel Corona: How the pandemic could fix homelessness2020/04/26
    People facing homelessness leave a shelter for a hotel, April 2020.
  19. Who's profiting from the pandemic?2020/04/19
    The shelves at Woolworths in Greensborough were empty in the pasta, rice and spices aisle on March 14, 2020 due to panic buying around coronavirus.
  20. 'People will die': Country hospital fears it won't cope with coronavirus2020/04/05
    Wimmera Health Care Group CEO Catherine Morley
  21. How we're getting through this2020/03/29
    A line stretches back as far as the eye can see at a Centrelink office in Sydney. March 23, 2020.
  22. He wanted an ambulance. He got a police "dog box".2020/03/22
    Instagram: Tristan Naudi
  23. Mutants or miracles? Australia's GM cows2020/03/15
    One of the genetically modified cows held in a facility in Camperdown, Victoria.
  24. 'If I can't get my house fixed, I'm homeless'2020/03/08
    Sarah Little giving a tour of what’s left of her home in Townsville after it was flooded a year ago.
  25. How fracking could threaten Australia's Paris target2020/03/01
    Mimal rangers prevent the release of emissions by undertaking controlled fires.
  26. Inside the brazen tax scam where the homeless are made company directors2020/02/16
    Rod Jackson in his commission housing flat in Melbourne.
  27. This predator targeted victims on Tinder for years. Why wasn’t he stopped sooner?2020/02/09
    Glenn Hartland, 44, was sentenced to 14 years and nine months' jail on May 10, 2019, after pleading guilty to three counts of rape and one count of sexual assault against women he met on Tinder.
  28. This judge’s unfair decisions upended people’s lives. What can be done about it?2020/02/02
    The Lady of Justice statue at the Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law building in Brisbane.
  29. Summer special: Murder on trial2020/01/26
    Boronika Hothnyang is hoping new evidence will overturn her murder conviction
  30. Summer special: The Golden Nugget Affair 2020/01/19
    Camels are auctioned for the 2019 Uluru Camel Cup
  31. Summer special: The Birdman of Surry Hills2020/01/12

    From piles of rubbish to leaking sewers, rats, and gas leaks.

    Pierre the Birdman is on a one-man mission to save his public housing block -- but he doesn’t own a computer, only just got a mobile phone, has never had legal training, and he barely finished high school.

    Despite this... he’s been winning cases against the NSW Government.

    Mario Christodoulou reports.
  32. Summer special: This meth we’re in2020/01/05
    Getting your house tested for methamphetamine contamination can cost thousands of dollars
  33. Summer special: Welfare to worse2019/12/29
    Mel with two of her four children.
  34. Summer special: Flight of Fancy2019/12/22
    The Australian Wildlife Conservancy has been forced to retract reports it published based on John Young's fieldwork.
  35. Licence to drill2019/12/15
    OneFour are widely credited as the first Australian drill musicians, a controversial genre of hip-hop often defined by its violent lyrics.
  36. The problem with winning2019/12/08
    A former bet365 employee reveals the tactics used to ban or bankrupt punters
  37. 'Should have been a wedding, not a funeral'2019/12/01
    Investigations are continuing into the death of Jack Gerdes, one of seven Queensland miners killed in the past 18 months.
  38. "No water, no us"2019/11/24
    The NSW government has spent $2 million carting water to around 18 communities since mid-2017
  39. Where to now?2019/11/17
    More than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh since August 2017
  40. State of emergency2019/11/11
    The Sir Ivan fire created its own fire thunderstorm, sending lightning bolts out at 80km from the blaze.
  41. Are Australians aiding China's surveillance state?2019/10/13
    Four Corners has uncovered widespread collaborations between Australia's leading universities and Chinese entities involved in Beijing's surveillance apparatus.
  42. Are Australians aiding China's surveillance state?2019/10/13

    In the shadow of the Hong Kong protests on university campuses, Australia’s top universities are working with blacklisted Chinese entities involved in Beijing’s surveillance state.

    This week Background Briefing and Four Corners investigate how Australia’s hi-tech ambitions became a high stakes gamble.

    Experts warn these partnerships could be a risk to national security.
  43. Prepare to burn2019/10/06
    The Sir Ivan fire created its own fire thunderstorm, sending lightning bolts out at 80km from the blaze.
  44. Who is burning sacred objects in the outback?2019/09/22
    A new wave of Pentecostal missionaries is sweeping the Kimberley
  45. What happens in Surf Club...2019/09/15
    Jayson Norris is concerned lifesavers like himself don't have adequate equipment to do their job
  46. Who watches over our judges?2019/09/08
    Questions are arising about how to discipline the most senior members of the legal fraternity
  47. How vaping will make you free2019/09/01
    Big tobacco and the right to vape: How vaping became a symbol of freedom
  48. Out of jail, 2 nights to find a home2019/08/18
    ABC: Samantha Turnbull
  49. The Birdman of Surry Hills2019/08/11

    From piles of rubbish to leaking sewers, rats, and gas leaks.

    Pierre the Birdman is on a one-man mission to save his public housing block -- but he doesn’t own a computer, only just got a mobile phone, has never had legal training, and he barely finished high school.

    Despite this... he’s been winning cases against the NSW Government.

    Mario Christodoulou reports.
  50. Welfare to worse2019/08/04
    Mel with two of her four children.
Background Briefing
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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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