Oil pipe dreams

Just 15 years since it gained independence, Timor-Leste has cobbled together a stable and peaceful democracy.

But it's the second-most oil-dependent country in the world, and with reserves dwindling, analysts fear the country could face economic collapse in as little as 10 years.

In association with the Asia New Zealand Foundation, Caitlin McGee went to Dili to investigate.

Watch the video for her full report.