Peter Reid reports on the case of Aboriginal woman Nancy Young, who is jailed for manslaughter after the death of her baby, supposedly of neglect.
An investigation into the deaths of John Pat and three other Aboriginal men in police custody in Western Australia.
Reporter Debbie Whitmont goes to the north-west coast of Western Australia to talk to the people at the centre of a bitter dispute over the location of a gas processing plant the mining company say
The story of the families who fled the killing fields of Cambodia to find safety in Australia, revisited nearly 25 years on. What are they doing? Did they find a home?
Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest is one of Australia's richest men.
Despite industry assurances that the welfare of cattle sent to Indonesia is "generally good", Four Corners reveals that many thousands of these animals die slow and hideous deaths.
For some time now, people forced to live close to wind farms have expressed concern that the noise from the turbines is affecting their health.
It’s almost as hard to get into Supermax as it is to get out. This 21st century jail-within-a-jail is exclusively reserved for the most sinister of criminals.
For more than a century the hamlet of Yarloop, in the south of Western Australia, has lived off the bounty of its soil.
"Adverse Outcomes" investigates deaths and injuries among newborn babies at a nationally famous teaching hospital.
John Howard will finally get to deliver on his bold vision.
The heart-rending story that tells what it's like to live with a disability, or to care for someone who is disabled, in Australia today.
Two soldiers lost in action in 2010 were Sapper Jacob Moerland and Sapper Darren Smith. Four Corners spent a month with Australian troops, much of it with their company.
Police, drugs and money - a special report on a three year undercover investigation into NSW police corruption.
Australia might be riding on the coal miner's back but it seems many Australians are paying a terrible price for the mineral export boom.
It began as a well-intentioned social reform: fling open the doors of big institutions and help mentally ill people live in the wider community.
The old mantra – all girls have XX chromosomes and all boys have XY – is no longer reliable. The proof lives in as many as 40,000 Australians whose chromosomes don’t match the standard.
Is it parents who cave in to "pester power" by allowing their kids too much junk food – and not making them run and jump?
Reporter Debbie Whitmont travels to the Top End to discover what will happen following a government move to scrap a controversial 35-year-old experiment in bilingual education.
On the eve of the government's release of its controversial climate change legislation, reporter Liz Jackson investigates the relentless lobbying campaign conducted by environmentalists and in