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.
An alleyway brawl that left a Melbourne schoolboy dead, has raised questions about who’s responsible for keeping international students safe in Australia.
Year 12 student Jeremy Hu, was repeatedly kicked and stomped on, and he later died of his injuries.
None of his friends called an ambulance that night, and instead of taking him to the hospital, they checked him into a hotel.
Reporter Jane Lee takes a hard look at the $30 billion international education industry and follows the murder trial in the aftermath of Jeremy Hu's death.
A warning you'll hear some strong language and descriptions of violence.
This is a repeat of a program that aired in March 2018.
After a spate of recent suicides, taxi licence holders and their families are warning of the mounting human toll of deregulating their industry.
Since the arrival of Uber and other ride-sharing apps, a once lucrative investment has plummeted in value.
Who is to blame? Alex Mann investigates.
This is a repeat of a program that aired in August 2018.
Thousands of patients may have been put at risk of exposure to tampered drugs by the Queensland Ambulance Service.
One 74-year-old grandmother from Brisbane, Barbara Cook, believes paramedics unwittingly gave her a contaminated IV injection. She also believes that she contracted a life-threatening bacterial infection as a result.
With secret recordings, leaked documents and whistle-blower testimony Hagar Cohen uncovers how the service botched an investigation into one of its biggest-ever drug tampering scandals.
This is a repeat of a program that aired in July 2018.
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