Australians love a drink, and some see no problem at all with drinking to excess. But now doctors, police and paramedics have called 'time', warning that alcohol-fuelled violence has reached crisis levels.
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter project could cost Australian taxpayers tens of billions of dollars. Is this plane a super fighter or a massive waste of money?
Four Corners presents a searing look at poverty in the United States that is reaching deep into the middle class.
He's a drug cheat, a bully and a liar who abused his best friends to keep a terrible secret, but has Lance Armstrong finally told the truth? The answer - almost certainly - is no.
Former police detective-turned investigative journalist Mark Williams-Thomas investigates allegations that Sir Jimmy Savile sexually abused vulnerable teenage girls.
Next on Four Corners, we bring you a story the live export industry doesn't want told. Four Corners' 2011 expose of the brutal mistreatment of Australian cattle in Indonesia shocked many and had far reaching consequences for the live export trade. Tough new regulations were introduced to protect the welfare of Australian animals shipped overseas for slaughter. But weeks ago news emerged from Pakistan of a brutal cull of 20,000 Australian sheep, ordered by the local authorities in Karachi.
The rise of the superbugs. Why our reliance on antibiotics could pose a serious threat to our health. Antibiotics are the wonder drugs of modern medicine. They've allowed doctors to save and extend life by killing infection and enabling ground breaking surgery. But imagine a world where antibiotics don't work - that would be a place dominated by superbugs, bacteria that don't respond to antibiotics. Scientists say this would end many modern medical procedures and they claim the threat is greater than we realise.
Some believed the super-trawler would revolutionise the fishing industry in Australia. Now it sits silent and empty, banned from plying its trade in Australian waters. What went wrong with the grand plan to catch and sell millions of dollars worth of fish internationally and why do the ship's owners feel they've been so badly treated by the Federal Labor Government?
How was one of the most celebrated sporting heroes of all time condemned as a drug cheat? Did Lance Armstrong really fool us all? Next on Four Corners reporter Quentin McDermott talks to people who worked for Armstrong, rode with him and some who raced against him. What they reveal will shock you.
Four Corners goes on the frontline of the civil war raging in Syria. Clover Films' reporter Ghaith Abdul-Ahad and producer Jamie Doran tell the dramatic story of the battle for Aleppo, Syria's biggest city.
Four Corners' reporter Andrew Fowler travels to Timor-Leste to detail a no holds barred struggle that involves billions of dollars and the promise of investment and jobs from energy processing.
Growing up poor in modern Australia: this week Four Corners asks children what it's like being poor in the midst of plenty. We hear from the adult world all the time about what poverty is and how to fix it, but rarely from the children who experience it. Nobody likes to admit they're poor but children from five families allowed Four Corners into their lives to show us the world from their point of view
African warlord Joseph Kony was targeted in a worldwide internet campaign. For the past 25 years, Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) have waged one of the continent's most brutal conflicts; using an army of abducted and brutalised children to kill and maim tens of thousands of people. What impact did it have on him, and why is he still at large?
One suicide is a tragedy. But what happens when a community is rocked by a series of suicides, one after another, all of them young people? Do the families mourn in private, fearful that expressing their grief publicly could result in more deaths? Or does the community come together, so that individual families can tell their stories and in turn do something to combat the insidious face of depression and its consequences?
In 2009, a rescue jet ditched into the stormy seas off Norfolk Island and miraculously all onboard survived. Three years on Four Corners asks, what really happened.
Autism spectrum disorder is the fastest rising developmental disorder in the Western world. But what is causing this dramatic rise, and why do some communities have higher rates of ASD?
In key parts of Australia, koalas are dying in big numbers. Are we prepared to compromise development to protect their natural habitat?
Exposing the international trade in human body parts and tissue. Many Australians say that in principle they think organ donation is a good thing to do - it means the death of one person can improve or even save the lives of several others. What most people don't know is that there is a growing and very lucrative trade in human tissue.
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