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Suzanne Smith —

Suzanne Smith

Suzie is a six-time Walkley Award-winning senior journalist and two-time Logie Award winner. She has worked as a supervising producer on Foreign Correspondent, editor at the ABC Investigations Unit, executive producer at Background Briefing, producer of Unravel — Blood on the Tracks for the ABC True Crime Unit, and spent 15 years as a producer and reporter at Lateline.

China's enemies of the state in Australia

China's enemies of the state in Australia

China's surveillance operations in Australia have spiked dramatically in recent years. Inq speaks to one dissident who spent a week being interrogated in a Chinese hotel room and says there is a network of informants operating on Australian soil.

Chinese spying on dissidents in Australia reaches new levels

Chinese spying on dissidents in Australia reaches new levels

The Chinese government is not only spying on Chinese nationals in Australia, but on Australians themselves. Inq hears first-hand from those who believe they are being watched.

Protection from ‘on high’

Protection from ‘on high’

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who will guard the guards? For centuries, the Catholic church has been self-policing, but now there are those fighting for reform.

The Marist Brothers and a secret list of 154 accused child sex offenders

The Marist Brothers and a secret list of 154 accused child sex offenders

One hundred and fifty-four brothers have been accused of sexually assaulting students at Marist schools, but their identity and whether they are still teaching remains a secret.

Inside the mind of the paedophile priest

Inside the mind of the paedophile priest

Almost 1900 child sexual abusers have been identified in Australian Catholic churches. The average victim was under 12. What led people to commit such horrible crimes on such a staggering scale?