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The mysterious discovery of the Alsehli sisters, who were found dead in a Sydney flat after more than a month, has shocked Australians.But who are they? What were they doing here? And most chillingly - why are they dead?Reporters Rachael Brown and Mahmood Fazal investigate.Please note this story contains disturbing themes including discussions of s…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged schools across the country like never before, but it's also shone a light on existing issues within the profession such as a chronic shortage of specialised teachers and growing workload stress. Reporter Mayeta Clark follows teachers in public schools in NSW as they struggle to cover classes and keep their stude…
 
An almost unimaginable crime: two women accused of poisoning their own children at the same Sydney hospital.Both were charged and spent years separated from their families, but both say they were falsely accused.Reporter Hannah Ryan investigates whether the system has failed these families.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
Jim works in the control room at Eraring Power Station, where one quarter of NSW's power is produced.But Jim and his 450 colleagues have recently found out that his workplace will be closing down, 7 years ahead of schedule.Reporter Mayeta Clark investigates what plans are in place to transition communities away from coal jobs.…
 
She was convicted of killing her four children nearly two decades ago.But new scientific evidence has come to light, leading some of Australia’s most respected scientists to argue that Kathleen Folbigg was actually the victim of a terrible miscarriage of justice.Some of those scientists now say Australia needs to establish a whole new body to revie…
 
A young Australian far-right troll was known to his online fans as 'Catboy Kami'. Thousands followed his 'edgy' videos where he targeted children online with a mix of racial stereotypes and hardcore shock tactics. With that fame and notoriety, he's become a useful recruitment tool in the expansion of one of the globe's most extreme social movements…
 
It’s one of the last affordable caravan parks near Sydney's CBD where people can actually make a home.Many of the residents were driven here in one of life's desperate moments, but as Mridula Amin discovers, not everyone wants to leave.This is a repeat of a program that aired in April 2021.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
An awkward Christmas lunch conversation sends reporter Sam Carmody on a search for answers about his family history. The stories he finds out about are so disturbing, they have implications not just for his family but for the entire region, where his ancestors have a statue in their honour, a highway and even a town named after them.This is a repea…
 
Warren Meyer was a keen bushwalker who always came prepared for a hike. When he vanished in the wild terrain of the Yarra Ranges, police were baffled. Ashlynne McGhee investigates whether his disappearance could be linked to the other unsolved mysteries of Victoria's high country.This is a repeat of a program that aired in March 2021.…
 
It's been celebrated as Australia's "millionaires' factory".But Macquarie Bank is now caught up in the mother of all tax investigations.Reporter Mario Christodoulou has seen internal company files that show which executives knew what and when.This is a joint investigation made together with German investigative journalism outlet Correctiv.…
 
As government investigators close in, Asiaciti realises it hasn't been keeping a close watch on some of its risky clients.In this series finale, Mario Christodoulou traverses from Swiss mountaintop chateaux to a Nigerian coup d'etat, to find out exactly what money was secretly flowing through Asiaciti's products.Then, he takes everything he's found…
 
A rock concert ticket scalper and a controversial entrepreneur turn to Asiaciti for assistance.Using products from Graeme Briggs' company, they lock away their riches on a small Pacific island nation, out of the reach of authorities.But soon, Asiaciti learns it's got its own crisis to deal with: a global media scandal that threatens the company's v…
 
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