Here are some of the stories that caught our attention this week.
ABC News / Andrew Probyn
Witness J, a former military intelligence officer, was tried, sentenced and jailed in secret. The ABC's investigation uncovered the events that led to his imprisonment for national security offences.
Columbia Journalism Review / Emily Bell
"The number of fact-checking organizations is growing, but their association with traditional journalism outlets is weakening."
The Daily / Ellen Barry
Ellen Barry set out to track down the reclusive royal family of Oudh in New Delhi. She documented her journey into the jungle for The New York Times podcast, The Daily.
The Guardian / Christopher Knaus, Michael McGowan, Nick Evershed and Oliver Holmes
"The revelations show Facebook has failed to stop clandestine actors from using its platform to run coordinated disinformation and hate campaigns."
The Guardian / Jo Chandler
"Up to 7,000 West Papuans live in refugee villages, separated from their homeland by the wide, despoiled Fly River." The Guardian's Pacific project is supported by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism & Ideas.
The New York Times / Nadja Popovich, Blacki Migliozzi, Karthik Patanjali, Anjali Singhvi, Jon Huang
Particulate pollution is too small to see with the naked eye. The New York Times has provided a visualisation of the tiny particles that "wreak havoc with human health".
The New York Times / Dan Levin
"For the Minford High School Class of 2000, the opioid crisis is personal. Its members feel it daily when they remember those who died from overdoses, or those who continue to struggle with addiction. Since this class graduated, more than 400,000 Americans have died from opioid overdoses."
The Sydney Morning Herald / Michael Knott
"When he announced his presidential run, Bloomberg could have declared that he wanted his organisation to cover him as forensically and fairly as any other candidate ... That's not what he did."
The Sydney Morning Herald / Ella Archibald-Binge and Rhett Wyman
Gomeroi man Danny Teece-Johnson grew up in Moree, in the north-west of NSW — more than 400 kilometres from the ocean. On Boxing Day he'll set sail as part of the first all-Indigenous crew to compete in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race. This story was supported by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism & Ideas.
The Washington Post
The Post has taken its extensive reporting on the Mueller Report and, with the help of an illustrator, turned it into an innovative animated story.