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With an estimated 100,000 children involved in prostitution in the Philippines, one Australian father has gone undercover, posing as a sex tourist to uncover a criminal underworld of pimps and victims.
In the Philippines cemeteries are home to both the living and the dead, providing thousands of families with a viable alternative to the country's overcrowded slums.
Since Roger Duterte's inauguration in June 2016, his expressed desire to rid the Philippines of the scourge of methamphetamine has sanctioned the killing of thousands by police and vigilante death squads.
It's one of the most expensive metals in the world - gold. But in the Philippines, child workers are risking their lives for it. This terrifying report delves into the dangerous and illegal underwater mines.
With family living in Tacloban, for reporter Kathy Novak Typhoon Haiyan was more than just a story. She returns to see how the population are coping with the aftermath, and if they're ready for a new typhoon season.
In the slums of Manila one man's simple idea is bringing light into the dark lives of thousands of poor residents. His bright idea has become so popular that the local prison has even set up a production line.
In the slums of Manila, a determined group of women are literally turning rags to riches. In a city where the gap between rich and poor is clear to see, this pioneering new project brings the two closer together.
Prisoners at Cebu are considered the most dangerous offenders in the Philippines. But thanks to four hours of dance lessons a day, their behaviour has been transformed.