Four Corners asks 'what has changed' since the 1989 Fitzgerald enquiry exposed high level corruption in the Qld police force.
In 1996, Rob Riley, the most prominent Aboriginal activist in Western Australia, was found dead in a motel room in Perth. This program tells his story.
The coal seam gas industry promotes itself as a cleaner carbon-fuel alternative; but how do we know this is true?
Australia's economy - and unemployment rate - might be the envy of countries around the world, but it doesn't mean poverty and unemployment have been eradicated.
The Israeli army is both respected and feared as a fighting force.
Technology is making alternative sources of energy cheaper, more user-friendly and, crucially, it's decentralising production to the rooftops of homes and commercial buildings across Australia.
Reporter Caro Meldrum-Hanna travels through the regions of two states, riding with police and users, to tell the shocking story of towns and people in the grip of ice.
Nick McKenzie lifts the lid on a major scandal involving one of the country's biggest disability providers.
In this confronting story, we take you into the lives of three everyday Australian families grappling with the consequences of drinking in pregnancy.
When we head to the GP most of us assume "the doctor knows best".
First it was Queensland and New South Wales, then Western Australia. Now, after years in denial, Victorian police are the latest to be engulfed in a scandal of entrenched and brutal corruption.
Sir Michael Marmot is a global authority on public health who has spent his career investigating how soci factors affect the health of the world's population.
There are startling and credible predictions that more than five million Australian jobs will simply disappear in the next 15 years as a result of technology.
Across Australia the number of police suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is growing, damaged by the extreme situations they're repeatedly exposed to.
The discovery of gold changed the course of Australia's history, when the gold rush era saw the population triple, the creation of inland towns on what had been vast sheep runs, the end of convict
This observational five-part documentary follows the lives of students during their training at Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra.
This is an intimate portrait of a community building a future after the disaster of losing its past.
What if you were highly intelligent, but remained trapped within a disorder that made others see you as inarticulate, odd or disabled?
This story is the result of a visit by Andrew Denton to Gallipoli in 2006 for ANZAC Day, 25 April.