Today Tonight Stories from 2015
- Premmie Singing
Music therapy for premature babies.
- Parent Power
How parents can take back control over how much time their kids spend on phones and computers.
- Sea Shepherd 2016
Marine wildlife crusaders Sea Shepherd take to the high seas.
- Robot Surgery
The robot surgeons doing what human hands can’t.
- 2015 Year Ender (Part 3)
A look back at the people and events that shaped 2015.
- 2015 Year Ender (Part 2)
A look back at the people and events that shaped 2015.
- 2015 Year Ender (Part 1)
A look back at the people and events that shaped 2015.
- Termites 2
Hidden termite damage nightmare… Missed by the experts, now their dream buy is in ruins
- Washing Detergents
Our comprehensive washing powder and liquid tests... The results are in for front and top loaders and they’re surprising
- Postcode Produce
We tested produce from supermarkets and local stores right across Adelaide to see just how old the fruit and veg you're buying really is
- Gun Law loophole
The loophole in our gun laws… How anyone can get hold of lethal handguns
- Jack the Ripper
It’s one of the greatest murder who-dun-it mysteries in history… Could it have been solved by a group of Adelaide students and their teacher?
- Rio Tinto fight
Crushed... How a global mining giant bulldozed a tiny SA family business... Unable to get their own machinery back & mercilessly sent to the wall
- Hypno weightloss 2
Lose those Christmas kilos with ease… the diet controlled by mind power
- Piano prodigy
Shannon has cerebral palsy… Four years ago he took up piano… He’s now been offered a place at the Australian Institute of Music but needs your help to fulfil his dream
- Power App
The new app to help you slash your power bill.
- Imported Beer
Nothing could be more Aussie than a Christmas beer... But is it really Aussie or imported and how can you tell?
- Publishing rort
The Australian authors left high and dry by a publisher who has taken hundreds of thousands of dollars and left them with no money and, for some, no book
- BBQ Champs
Tips from Adelaide's top barbeque besties... The Aussie champs about to take on the world
- Parcel delivery
Bad Santa... Caught pinching Christmas presents left by the postie... How your precious parcels might be at risk
- Robert Collins follow
As a career conman Robert Collins has no equal… We catch up with him today as he’s confronted by his latest victims
- Ultimate gift update
Harrison Chilcott is a remarkable 8 year old and a couple of weeks ago we brought you the story of his bid for a normal life through a kidney donation.. The donor his dad.. Well he survived the transplant but it wasn't all smooth sailing
The miracle of nano-medicine…The Australian first technology which will cut the horrific side effects of cancer treatments and still beat the disease
- Wine Labelling
When you walk into a big brand liquor store there's a 20 percent chance the bottle of wine you're buying actually comes from Coles or Woolworths… The big two now putting the silent squeeze on local producers
- Groovy Grandparents
Once a week, these grandparents gather in the local scout hall to give their grandkids some quality group care and to share ideas about raising a child in a world which bears little resemblance to the one in which they raised their own
- Victor tuna cage
Tourist bait or shark bait?... The tuna cages planned for Victor Harbor… The public’s alarmed but it's been given the go ahead… So what are the risks?
- Hamper Giveaway
We deliver some Christmas cheer to survivors of the Pinery fires.
- Cancer Sisters
Meet the three special sisters all fighting cancer.
She’s rocked out with Michael Jackson and Santana, and she’s dating Richie Sambora. But guitar goddess Orianthi still comes home to Adelaide for Christmas.
- Palmer Wind Farm
The fight between city and country over a plan to install over a hundred giant turbines in the Mt Lofty Ranges.
- Running for Memory
The amazing story of how running helped bring back an amnesia patient’s memories.
- Residents v council
This couple have lived in peace in their Adelaide home for 46 years but now thanks to the uncaring stroke of a council pen that is about to be shattered
- Golden Oldies
She's been swimming for 85 years and still going strong... The golden oldies competing for gold
- Fracking Investigation
Is it a lucrative source of state revenue or fracking folly? The world expert who warns we just aren't ready to do it right
- Holiday brain drain
It's the time of year every kid looks forward to, but what many parents don't realise is during the school break, your child could fall months behind
- Veteran Disgrace
He's the Adelaide war hero in desperate need of a simple operation that could make his life so much better but because he's 94 he's been forgotten about and forced to live in misery
- Toxic Town update
Tonight… The airports and air bases contaminating soil and water… It’s so toxic they have to bathe their kids in bottled water
- Matt the rat arrest
His trail of heart break stretches across Australia... Matthew Nair sells kit homes and investment properties that seem to never materialise.
- Aldinga hoarder
He was ordered to clean up his act after obsessive hoarding turned his Aldinga yard into a suburban rubbish tip but the deadline has now passed and neighbours say it’s as bad as ever and gets smellier by the day
- Hall of Fame
Your first look inside the new Hall of Fame for SA’s legendary musicians.
- Beaumont petition
50 years after the Beaumont children disappeared the wide-reach of social media is now being used to urge the government to thoroughly explore the site which provides the best clue so far
- Disability Services
The desperate plea from devoted parents after an 8 year wait to get assisted accommodation… So who will look after their son if something happens to them?
- Christmas bargains
How to save on Christmas essentials... The bargains that will brighten up the big day
- Drought Campaign
Country Australians are renowned for their generosity but Brendan Farrell is one out of the box... He's running a campaign to deliver thousands of bales of hay to drought stricken farmers #FarmersHelpingFarmers
- Power Jobs
As SA again records Aust's highest unemployment, we examine the Govt claim that reliance on intermittent energy is good for jobs
- Little Heroes Christmas
This group of Adelaide kids have had some serious obstacles put in their path in the form of medical conditions but that didn't stop them reaching for the sky today at Adelaide Airport
- Intergenerational Learning Centres
You don't need a scientific study to tell you something about this just makes sense… In a first for SA a children's playgroup is being held in an aged care home and just two weeks in it’s already having a profound effect
- Extreme sport superstars
These blokes take it to the extreme… We catch up with Aussie superstar Robbie Maddison and FMX pin up boy, Nate Adams in Adelaide for the Australian FMX Speed & Style Titles
- Green Energy problems
The smoke & mirrors of SA’s green credentials… Regulators & energy analysts now examining a new report as the Premier tours Europe, accompanied by taxpayer-funded camera crew
- 2015 holiday movies
The best movies out this Christmas... We take a look at some of the blockbusters you mustn't miss
- Derek Bromley part 2
Derek Bromley has spent over 30 years in jail... Tonight we examine the failings of the evidence that has kept him behind bars
- Derek Bromley part 1
Could he be the next Henry Keogh? Over 30 years in jail for a crime he says he didn't commit... So was he set up and should the government conduct an enquiry into what's behind other wrongful convictions?
- 2015 Christmas bargains
How to bag a Christmas bargain… A serious' shoppers guide to the big weekend sales
- Ultimate Gift
The ultimate Christmas gift from a loving dad to the son they thought would never be born
- Pinery recovery
Sometimes out of something bad comes good... The lessons learned in the aftermath of #bushfire tragedies
- State Theatre Company costumes
It's a once every ten year sale… The State Theatre Company clearance of costumes used in all their live stage shows over that time. We had a special back stage pass to check out the bibs and bobs the public can get their hands on this weekend
- Finns Law win
We've followed the Perrett family's story since the death of their foster son, They fought for change in the hope no other foster parent would have to suffer like they did and today they had a win in parliament
- Weightloss Clinic follow
Adelaide's weight loss lottery... Gambling on products that could put patients at risk and paying thousands before knowing what’s in them
- SA civil construction
We’re the state with Australia's highest unemployment and lowest business investment but could the future be the road ahead?
- Inspirational Tracey
A lot us always seem to have something to complain about but this inspirational woman is sure to silence us. Born with just one arm and no legs Tracey Barrell has managed to achieve what many assumed would be unachievable
- Finns Law campaign
Monica has been campaigning for more rights for SA’s foster carers for some time… Now the significant development in her fight for change
- Driver Training
It's a confronting, hands-on experience… We take a look at the radical new driver training course being rolled out to Aussie teens across the country
- Disability row
It's the only home they've ever known... Now the plan to uproot the nations’ most vulnerable and relocate them minus the special care
- Mademoiselle Bee
She's the queen of the local honey... Helping home gardeners adopt their own hive
- Power of Attorney
A warning to families over the Power of Attorney… Behind his dying mother's back greedy Greg was helping himself to her money
Is there such a thing as identical strangers? The international search for the other you… how to find your doppelganger
- Termite infestation
Eaten out of house & home even though they’d had their home treated for termites
- Christmas Ads 2015
The cream of this year’s Christmas commercials... Finding their way to our hearts and wallets
- Cyclist road rules
New rules came in last month aimed to protect cyclists but are they now getting a free ride when it comes to obeying the law?
- Lead Dump
900 tonnes of toxic lead dumped in Adelaide. We’ll tell you where.
- Miracle Matt
An Adelaide teen’s miracle recovery from a horror car crash that left him with a crippling brain injury.
- Fire Drone
The fire ground by drone … The most dramatic pictures of the devastation you’ll ever see.
- Fire Victims
Victims of the Mid-North bushfires come to terms with what they've lost.
- Beaumont update part 2
So is Nick Phipps telling the truth in implicating his grandfather Harry in the disappearance of the Beaumont children? One of the world's leading polygraph examiners puts his astonishing story to the test
- Beaumont update part 1
Is this the man with the secrets to our most baffling case?... Now new information and the lie detector test confirm it all... His link to the Beaumonts
- Gambling Loans 2015
Her son lost more than $250k on pokies … The Adelaide mum’s push to prevent gamblers accessing loans.
- Cities by air
Our major cities like they've never been seen before… You'll see some of the most breath-taking photographs ever taken
- Chris Blowes part 3
Adelaide shark survivor exclusive… Ten days in a coma... Facing brain damage and organ failure… Now the amazing comeback of Chris Blowes
- Adrian Gee
Adelaide's on line honesty fraudster Adrian Gee... So what else has he done to deceive his audience?
- Chris Blowes part 2
By the time his mates managed to get Chris Blowes to the ambulance he was clinically dead… The blood loss from having his leg taken by the shark was potentially fatal.
- Chris Blowes
Is it possible to think of something more horrifying than to be attacked by a great white shark in a remote surfing spot? The chances of survival are pretty well zero but that’s the experience of young Adelaide man Chris Blowes
- Unlicensed builder
The rip-off refugee... Using a stolen builders license then leaving those who helped him in the lurch
- Supanova stars
Stars from the golden age of tv... We catch up with Eddie Munster and Agent 99
- Fertility Stress
The Australia-first program bringing new hope for Adelaide couples having trouble conceiving
- Celebration ban
Christmas crackers ... Banning tinsel in his taxi because it might be offensive to some of his passengers
- Electric Bikes
Pulled over, fined, DNA tested and his electric bike impounded... All this and yet his bike complies with the rules
- Keogh Inquest
Calls for a Keogh enquiry… How can you lock a man up for 20 years then turn a blind eye?
- Public Service Pyle update
The senior public servant accused of running her business from her office... Still on leave with full pay six months later
- Quirky Homes
Quirky houses... The weird and wonderful Aussie homes... From igloos to amazing castles
- Skin Cancer vitamin
The vitamin that reduces your risk of skin cancer... The clinical trials with remarkable results
- Chris Isaak
X Factor judge Chris Isaak's long stint in Australia is almost over, with the show nearing its finale but, as he prepares to pack his bags, the 59-year-old has a confession to make
- Food Safety
Who's been handling my food? Our bacteria & temperature tests in Adelaide’s supermarkets & eateries
- Baby Formula shortage
It's any parents’ worst nightmare... Not being able to feed their child… And it's a battle more and more parents are facing
- Click Frenzy
How to get your hands on some of the best bargains in the lead up to Christmas with up to 90 per cent off in the 24 hour super sale
- Honesty Hoax
The shocking truth behind YouTube sensation Adrian Gee's "honesty test".
- Henry Keogh studio exclusive
After 20 years, almost to the day, the trials of Henry Keogh are finally over... He breaks his silence for the first time tonight in an exclusive interview with Today Tonight
- Henry Keogh justice
Today marks the end of the 14 year campaign for justice for Henry Keogh. * Warning, there is an image within this story that some might find confronting
- A Night to Remember
All dressed for the ball... The special debutantes prepare for their night of nights
- Speed Street
There's no excuse if you speed but drivers are not the only ones accelerating… one Adelaide street has racked up half a million in speeding fines... Up 2000 percent in one year and it’s not even a black spot
- Eric Watson
Meet the 87 year old Adelaide author who’s had his first childrens book published worldwide, with 2 more in the pipeline
- Leilas Lifeline
Little Leila lost her life after a seemingly innocent playground accident at her school in Strathalbyn. Now her parents are fighting to make sure no other family ever suffers the same fate
- Phoenix Trading
He closed down owing staff & creditors $200,000 then used a legal loop hole to allow his wife to re-open debt free
- War Romance
The hero soldier and the nurse… War time lovers brought back together after 70 years
- Ella and Snowy
Two little battlers... The touching story of Snowy and Ella... Perfect companions through adversity
- Electricity cost
Sunday the 1st Nov it was lights out at 10pm for 100,000 homes & we can expect more due to our reliance on the interconnect & wind power
- Limo fight
Tony Macchia is fighting for his life but that hasn't stopped the government pursuing Tony and his wife, Lena over alleged misuse in their business
- Flying Saucer
He's Australia's George Jetson… Building his own fair dinkum flying saucer
- Household germs
We bio-test an ordinary Adelaide household to reveal the places harbouring dangerous germs plus how to keep your family safe
- Better Homes & Gardens
This week the Better Homes and Gardens team was in Adelaide taking a look at a special home and we joined them for a behind the scenes tour.
- Veteran Apology
The incredible untold story of the 92-year-old WWII pilot and his extraordinary gesture to the people whose cities he helped destroy
- Elizabeth Gangs update
Gangs of the north on the rampage again... The knife wielding thieves caught in the act and the residents living in fear
- Retirement Guide
For many people giving up work will be the most challenging financial decision they ever make but according to the author of “Don’t Panic” you don't need a fortune to live comfortably.
- Driverless Cars
As driverless technology gathers speed world experts have converged on Adelaide to answer some of those burning questions... When will it happen, who pays in the event of a crash and will they spell the end of traffic infringements?
- Disability fishing
The joy of fishing for the first time… Falling for it hook, line and sinker
- Weightloss clinic
The Adelaide health clinic where the receptionist conducts the tests on patients and the suspended chiro sells his dubious weight-loss scheme for thousands of dollars
- Bitumin Bandit update
The driveway scammers targeting pensioners come unstuck
- Weather predictions
It’s been a wild 24-hours of weather in South Australia… But what do the gods have in store for us these coming months?
- Ross Goode
Ninety three and still running strong... Adelaide's not so old Ross... War hero, athlete ... And much more
- Toxic Town
It's the chemical contamination that's strangling a community… Toxic compounds used in fire-fighting foam leaking out into water ways, closing fishing grounds & polluting animals with 650 properties now not worth a cent.
- Salvo swindler follow
We track down the salvo swindler and find he has other victims and you could be one of them
Beware the Adelaide dog nappers... Stealing family pets for breeding or for sport
- Farmers Own Milk
The new SA milk brand about to enter the market
- Trash House
The Aberfoyle Park residents powerless to stop their neighbour's compulsive hoarding.
- Angas Payout
Friday was "D" day for Adelaide based finance company Angas Securities & their debenture holders who have around $200 million at stake... The 'D' is for disappointment
- Salvo theft
The great Salvo swindle… Phony battlers and fake addresses, then the cover-up and the insider who couldn't stay silent
- Hypnosis weightloss
Fifty kilos lighter and it’s mostly in the mind… The hypnotherapists winning weight-loss treatment
- St Johns Ad campaign
When attracting public attention to a life and death issue, is shock the best tactic? Tonight, St John’s new campaign to encourage parents to learn first aid
- Magic Club
The exclusive Adelaide club where the members get up to their old tricks... The secrets of magic revealed
- Racing shooting
It's the biggest week in horse racing, culminating in the race which stops a nation, the Melbourne Cup. But behind the frocks and flowers, things are far from rosy in the racing game
- Karlie Pearce Stevenson
An exclusive insight into the people of interest involved in the Centrelink fraud of murder victim Karlie Pearce Stevenson and the possible connection to her murderer
- Bacon truth
So what is the science behind the World Health Organisation announcement? Tonight we'll show what the CSIRO believes is the real culprit
- car fine mess
He bought her car now she's facing $7000 in fines... A word of warning if you're planning to sell yours
- Sugar free
For years experts have warned the risks of sugar but according to this grandmother you can have your cake and eat it too
- Diabetes Mellitus
A diabetics' life saver... It could have saved their daughter but now they want to help others
- Renata Wolanin
Gone without trace… How could she just vanish? In the early hours of a cold August morning in 1989 41 year old Renata Wolanin walked out of her Linden Park home after a domestic dispute over house renovations and disappeared forever
- Police Officer PTSD
Our thin blue line... They stand between us and danger but who stands up for them when things get too much?
- Top Teas
the Australian grown tea winning the taste test against more well-known imports plus the top teas for health benefits
- Gails Ghost
Sensing murder... The Adelaide family desperate for answers to the disappearance of their sister turn to a stranger for help... Can she crack the case?
- Arthritis Pain Killers
Are doctors over-prescribing pain killers for arthritis?
- Garage Sale Trail
Spring is here and it's time to clean out those cupboards or check out what's been hidden in other peoples’ and there's no better day for it than the annual Garage Sale Trail being rolled out across the country tomorrow
- Medical Marijuana family
The Adelaide medical marijuana refugees forced to flee to Canada to save their desperately ill children
- Leigh Creek
The town community fighting back... Leigh Creek's determined battle to beat the odds
- Masters Apprentices
Member of one of the state’s most iconic rock bands lifts the lid on life behind the scenes & how their front man dodged the law
- Budget Brides
The average cost of weddings has sky rocketed to over 60 thousand but what if you want the 5 star wedding without the price tag to match?
- Financial Adviser theft
He was conned by his own accountant, now his step-brother is sacrificing everything to save him
- Mazda fire
It was a brand new car but look at it now... Mazda claims arson but the firies blame the car
- Back to the Future
Back to the Future... It's here at last, so which prophecies have come true?
- Illegal Hunters
Paradise lost... They went looking for a quiet retreat only to find gun toting bogans and their wild dogs
- Terrorism Funding
Police Union Chiefs across Australia are calling for an increase to the current budget to deal with terror threats, ice, illegal firearms & domestic violence… We speak with Police Federation of Australia CEO Mark Burgess #PFA
- Gillman Maras
The Gillman land deal... A board member who resigned over the sale reveals what he thought of the way things were done
- Navy transfer mistake
Let down by one of Australia's largest employers… She was on the run from a violent relationship but he followed her to Adelaide, with the Navy's help
- Graceful Girls
Graceful Girls… The cut throat world of calisthenics taking over halls across Adelaide and inspiring an award winning documentary
- Cruel contract
A cruel contract… she died while on holidays ... But the insurance company says she's to blame
- Finns Law update
Monica Perret wants State Parliament to introduce what she calls Finn's law after the death of her sick foster son who was her nephew she cared for since birth
- Gene silencer
The gene silencer... A world first Australian invention that could save millions of lives & cure scores of diseases in one shot
- Stolen Shed
He took their property and torched their boat then promised to pay up but they haven't seen a cent
- Unusual weddings
Spot the difference... Here comes the modern bride plus the passion for wacky weddings
- Gillman ICAC report
The ICAC finds maladministration in the $100 million Gillman land deal, but the Premier and Treasurer escape any blame
- Disabled Pets
Those who care for our most vulnerable creatures... Animals with a disability… Blind, legless and broken but loved
- Cyclist laws
Cycle of abuse... Truckies outrage over the new bike laws and who'll pay for a prang when bike riders take to the footpaths?
- Gillman ICAC
The public land sold without tenders, behind closed doors, with a promise of 6000 jobs... So what did we get?
AC/DC... The original members recall the beginning and the departures...
- Heather to Heath
From Heather to Heath… the 9 year old South Aussie girl who's really a boy... The astonishing gender mix up and a life changing decision for the family
Imagine a world where robots drive you to work, clean the house and help educate the kids. This vision of the future might not be as far away as you think
- Online Gambling
Fears online games could be grooming our kids to become the next generation of gambling addicts.
- Verge parking
One driver’s costly campaign against an unfair parking fine
- Terrorism fall-out
Community tensions are rising since the shooting murder of a Sydney police worker by a teenage Islamic extremist
- Young Inventors
The latest Australian innovations that could potentially make millions for their inventors.
- Gadget Obsession
The serious side-effects of the gadget addiction afflicting our younger generation.
- Day Care Abuse
The Adelaide Family Day Care provider convicted of sexually abusing a child in his care. And, his wife failed to notify authorities.
- SA Songs
SA has a proud history of musical innovation. So, we thought we'd ask radio legend John Pemberton and hit107 breakfast co-host Amos Gill to compile a list of the best SA songs of all time.
- Gun Laws
As authorities continue to investigate the lethal shooting there's been a bizarre attack in the US on Australia's tough approach to gun violence
- Ad complaints
The Advertising Standards produce a list of the most complained about ads, but sometimes the complaints themselves are, well a bit bizarre… Now someone's produced a list of ads that have attracted the oddest objections
- Fake Adelaide cancer specialist
The Adelaide doctor falsely claiming to be a specialist exploiting a desperate dying father with a bogus cancer treatment
- Home sales tips
When it comes to buying or selling, it helps to have an edge & according to the experts there are ways to boost your return, & avoid costly mistakes
- Crushed worker
Seriously injured & unable to work but bullied into rehab & threatened by cutting off his income
- Eleanor Holland
The little girl who hasn't eaten for two years... Her family's hope for Adelaide treatment
- Money Laundering
The international money laundering operation that has been washing its cash in Adelaide & the link between rainforest logging on the island of Borneo
We survey the best deals on switching your credit cards, home loan and insurance
- MAC privatisation
A massive hike in compulsory third party car insurance is looming, with fears South Australia will have the most expensive in the nation
- Chris Watkins update
When we last met Chris Watkins, known as Kip to his family, he was a very sick little boy. He needed a major brain operation to save his life but it was not without risks.
- Elizabeth gangs
The Adelaide suburb where terror tykes and teens run amok while residents and shop keepers are forced to remain silent for fear of reprisals
- Paleo cafe
Paleo Pete Evans hits Adelaide... Promising weight loss, better health & more energy
- Brownlow Bullies
The cruel comments from Brownlow bullies... The wags want them to stop and have threatened to boycott the big night in the future
- Brain tumour cell treatment
Told she wouldn’t live past 2015 but look at her now… The breakthrough cancer treatment on trial
Pulling out their own hair... The disturbing sign of female anxiety affecting girls as young as eight and what can be done about it
- Best blenders
How to pick the best of the blenders... The popular devices perfectly suited to a summer diet
- Smartphone hack
Mobile phones have become such an integral part of our lives that most people couldn't do without them but you may want to rethink what you keep on your phone with new details emerging about how easy security can be bypassed
- Cholesterol condition
High cholesterol is often associated with an unhealthy lifestyle but that's not always the case. A genetic condition is causing dangerously high levels in children, putting them at risk of a premature heart attack
- Hardware comparison
In the battle for hardware and gardening supremacy following the opening of Masters, we have secretly surveyed all the major players to see how they compare on price and service
- Blue Light abuse
Blue light betrayal… The 51 year old police officer and the 12 year old school girl… Her family's anguish after he abused a young girls’ trust
- Gill Hicks song
Hate or vengeance has never crossed Gill Hick’s mind, just a focus on peace and how to promote it through being an inspirational speaker on a global scale and a talent she had prior to 7/7
- SA Mumpreneurs
The Adelaide mums recognised as some of the best in the country when it comes to starting up their own businesses
- Perth Captains
It's sheer irony that the premiership destiny of Perth's cross town rivals, the West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Dockers, lies in the hands of two SA born, bred and raised heroes leading them.
- Winter Dewhirst budget
Adelaide's highest paid public servant grilled on his pay, his half a million dollar office refurbishment & his extravagant allowances
- Young pilot
Adelaide’s top gun teen… too young to drive but fly… no problem
- Free Range Pork
The free range pork rip off… Most are prepared to pay extra for humane farming but are we being duped?
- Funeral Visa
The Albanian parents who've been banned from entering Australia to attend their son's funeral.
- Dashboard warnings
Is your car trying to tell you something? Those weird dashboard warning lights and what they mean
- Jane's story
Abused at 4, abandoned at 10 and a mother at 13… At last her abuser confesses… One victims’ courageous journey
It’s a genetic condition that may affect as many as one in 10 Aussie women, but most don’t know they have it.
- David Day concert
The Aussie rock industry rally around the family of legendry Adelaide DJ David ‘DAISY’ Day with a blast from the past concert and how you can buy tickets
- Sustainable Housing
Australia’s first earthship… The Adelaide Hills house completely off the grid
- "The Martian" Terms and Conditions
"The Martian" terms and conditions
- Debt dead end
South Australia's debt addiction... How to slash yours by more than $6000
- Drain Accident
Just who is responsible when you're hurt in an accident caused by an unsafe footpath managed by your local council? Well nobody, according to Adelaide gyprocker Peter Ross who fell down a drain and badly injured himself
- Everyday Hero
The South Aussie entrepreneur taking Australia and the US by storm in the building industry.. But now his personal battle which could be his most enduring legacy
This innocent little boy pulling a funny face created a furore… Just 4 yrs old & slammed by social media meanies
- Imported phone chargers
A warning about cheap imported phone chargers after a South Aussie teens’ lucky escape
- Kids for Dementia
"Kids for Dementia" is a series of raw, heart wrenching interviews with kids telling it like it is on living with someone with dementia
- Danielle Sibbons
When Danielle was born her mum Michelle expected an uneventful birth but soon after her little girl drew her first breath she knew something was wrong
- Strata Warning
The body corporate con…. A warning about strata managers who take unit and town house owners to the cleaners
- Queen Elizabeth
Long reigning Liz... The Queen breaks the record for the monarch with most days on the throne
- Pollie Perks
The Premier says our State pollies need a pay rise... Today Tonight investigates their salaries, allowances & benefits & the result might shock you
- Obama stunt
The President of the US has made a surprise visit to Australia catching everyone by surprise... Similar stunts around the world have gone viral
- Ridiculous Rates
Waiting 40 years for a footpath... The battlers paying higher council rates than those in wealthier suburbs but getting less for it
- Captain Courageous
Adelaide's little Gus... How his courage inspired DWTS 2015 @emma_freedman ’s donation
- IVF Doctor
A special Father's day reunion... The American doctor who's helped hundreds of Aussie couples choose the sex of their child
- Adrian Drummond charges dismissed
We live in a world in which the law requires us to pay for our mistakes… So what if our institutions of law & justice are at fault?
- Kidnap rescue
Parents kidnapping kids... Hundreds of children taken every year, now the special operation to get them back
Our 'blimp-eye-view' of Adelaide
- ATO scammers
It's not your average message from the tax office... A new warning for the vulnerable
- Deadset Legends Geelong
The Geelong mayor's swipe at Adelaide... What did he say to KG and Cornsey to get them so riled up?
- Mental Health housing
South Australia's mental health crisis... How our mentally ill are being dumped in Housing Trust or worse with little or no support while their neighbours suffer
- Cheapskates master class
Adelaide's cheapskates master class... How to feed your family for $75 a week and pay off your house in record time
- Red Wheatley
Jade lost his legs in a mining accident but he believes life’s now better without them... Now his bid to become a world champion
- Fake Video
The twist in the case of the French backpacker looking for the Aussie father of her unborn baby
- Arthritis relief
Could this be the answer to your arthritis problems? The pill giving sufferers relief
- Sampson Flat cat
Meet Ninja, the miracle cat of Sampson Flat who came back from the dead
- Adelaide Drone Racing
Adelaide’s dynamo drones… Pocket rocket racers coming out of the underground club scene and into our skies
- Adrian Drummond Injustice part 2
How Adrian Drummond finally cleared his name and the true impact of this tragic injustice.
- Adrian Drummond Injustice
The case that rocked South Australia's legal system… Adrian Drummond was labelled a predator and locked in jail… Now the long overdue correction of a tragic injustice
- Branson Duel
The Adelaide business man preparing to take on billionaire Richard Branson
- Tex Finals
KG & Cornesy grill .@texwalker13 on .@Adelaide_FC finals form, West Coast, Camporeale & Dangerfield
Half of all Australians are overweight with obesity rates the second fastest in the world… But now a somewhat radical idea is having incredible results
- Greg Fleet tell all
Greg Fleet's unflinching interview about what his thirty year drug addiction has cost him & how living in Adelaide helped him kick it
- Fracking debate
The truth about fracking... Will it create jobs or should we shut the gate and lock them out
- Greg Fleet
Comedian Greg Fleet’s tell all confession… His 30 year battle with heroin and ice… It’s a story that may actually save lives
- Power providers
We reveal Adelaide's cheapest electricity provider, the new players and huge savings on offer
- Missing Sculpture
The million dollar Adelaide art mystery… How South Australia’s most expensive sculpture disappeared & no-one's saying where to find it
- Rent or Buy
The suburbs where it’s now cheaper to buy than rent & how pensioners & low income earners can afford to buy a home
- Mobile Safety
The simple App that can turn your phone into a crime fighting tool & keep you safe
- Womens self defence
In a changing world of social media it seems workers are having to become more street wise… Women in particular... Employers well aware of the dangers are now sending staff to self-defence classes to help them fight back
- Children strokes
Kids being struck down by strokes... How to spot the warning signs and the brave South Aussie 10-year-old who defied the odds
- Health Myths
The truth about some of those health claims by Adelaide's juice bars & clean eating cafe's .@anielsen_7
Look out lady Ga Ga, here comes Levitika... From Adelaide to LA, why she'll be our next pop superstar
- Family rehab program
Children are now going into rehab with their drug addicted parents... The desperate measures being taken to keep families together
- Free Range egg farce
Adelaide's free range egg farce... How what's on the box isn't always what's in the box
- Longest volunteers
Australia’s oldest delivery girls… A combined age of 184 years and no sign of quitting
- Motorcycle gangs
The police crackdown on outlaw motorcycle gangs... One of the country’s top bikie busters reveals how it will unfold
- Worst Drivers
Adelaide's worst drivers... Who is more dangerous behind the wheel... Men or women?
- Story Dogs
Man's best friend… how pets are helping kids with literacy problems and the amazing results
- Festival Plaza update
Adelaide's controversial Festival Plaza revamp... The plans revealed, now the looming court challenge that could stop it in its tracks
- Credit interest tips
Australians are addicted to plastic like never before and most of us have a credit card despite the horrendous interest rates they attract. What the banks don't want you to know is there are ways to get around those fees.
- Gender Selection
Should parents be allowed to use IVF to choose the gender of their child?
- Police Shooting
Justin McMaster was the victim of a home invasion but in the process of defending his family he was shot by police in a shocking case of mistaken identity. Justin now finds himself having to pay more than half a million dollars for Police court costs
- John Jarratt
Famous serial killer Mick Taylor a.k.a. John Jarratt is back in Adelaide for the premiere of his new film “StalkHer” but in this role... He's the one who has to watch his back!
- Streaky Bay house
The council clerical error that's cost a South Aussie pensioner 250 thousand dollars
- Not sick enough
The Adelaide husband told by Centrelink he needs to go job hunting rather than care for his wife while she’s fighting breast cancer
- Pollies' Perks
How you can have your say on reining in our pollies’ perks.
- Ballet prodigy
A young Australian ballet prodigy is being tipped for greatness on a global scale which is a huge call, considering he’s just 16
- Port Dolphins
Why the Port river dolphins have become a beacon around the world and the local girls petitioning to stop the Japanese dolphin hunts
- Kieran Hayward
The hit and run tragedy that shocked Adelaide... How the local community is rallying to celebrate the life of Kieran Hayward and raise money for his wife and kids
They are the best and the cheapest on the market... An award winning Adelaide invention could be offering real jobs for SA but it's not eligible for government support
Adelaide's Ebony… Facing her fate with a brave heart, she’s an inspiration to all in adversity
- Public Service positions
Adelaide's top fat cat. The SA public servant paid over half a million a year with lots of added benefits… More than the Prime Minister and the US President
- MS Stem Cell
Could this be a miraculous stem cell cure? After eleven years of suffering this MS mum can now return to a normal life
- Farm Rescue
The farm animal waifs that no one wants and the people caring for them denied funding
- Angas securities vote
Adelaide's mum and dad investors vote on who'll save their life savings
- AFL umpires
An exclusive look inside the private world of a man who gets booed at every footy match
- Public Service jobs
In any organisation, when an employee's given the axe few questions are asked... But almost twelve jobs in a short space of time is an entirely different matter and when they're positions we all pay for, there's a real need for scrutiny.
- Lost Album
On the centenary of the battle of Lone Pine in Gallipoli, a story of incredible coincidences led a diggers' photo album, missing for 100 years, to be returned home
- Will law reform
Second class children... He called him dad but the will left him penniless… The out-dated laws that disinherit step children
- Marley's Battle
Marley Boag has just turned two, but she's the size of a six month old baby. Marley was never expected to survive more than a few days which has stunned medical professionals
- Cuckoo Clocks
Completely cuckoo... The Adelaide Hills clock doctor who knows what makes this little bird tick
- Stroke Choir update
Something to sing about… Thanks to the generosity of Today Tonight viewers the show's not over for these survivors
- Angas Securities part 3
The $200 million Adelaide mortgage fund frozen but the company directors want to remain in control
- Cheapskates workshops
Cheapskates are coming to Adelaide… How you can learn from Australia's most frugal savers
- Bailetti Sports
This Adelaide icon has survived depressions and wars but after 88 years they can't survive this...
- Beauty Myths
It's a beauty bag staple for thousands of Australian women and men... But it’s just one of many that are not what they claim according to the latest Choice report into natural and organic products
- MMA champion
The Australian world champ no one knows anything about... Now he's preparing to take on the world's strongest man
It sounds too simple to be true but Professor Peta Stapleton says her patients are proof the simple art of tapping can help you lose weight.
- Breast Cancer study
A new Australian-led study is bringing hope to millions of women around the world who’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer
- Jeep fire
He bought a jeep... No problem for years but then it burst into flames
- Rest in Peace Little Mack
Mack Darlington was born with a rare genetic disease which sadly claimed his life on the weekend. Our thoughts are with his parents Sharyn and Gareth who did everything to make Mack's short time with them a memorable one
- Restaurant Revolution family
Adelaide's restaurant revolution - the family that cooks together sticks together, even lives together
- Bitumen Bandits
Bitumen bandits across Australia are ripping off scores of families but now they’ll finally get their revenge
- Missing Files
The mothers and pregnant women worried their private files are somewhere out there in public
- Time Machine Man
Meet the Mannum man who’s built what he says is a working time machine.
- Buy the Song for Phil
A special song tribute to Phil Walsh is now on sale.
- Rosie Batty
Australian of the Year Rosie Batty brings her anti-domestic violence campaign to Adelaide.
- Miracle Social Worker
The former criminal now saving lives in Adelaide's north.
It's been more than 500 days but could this finally help solve one of aviation's greatest mysteries?
- Adam Goodes
The Goodes debate will be debated long into the future but the most interesting question isn't whether the anti-Goodes booing is racist, it's should anyone, in any sport, boo a player for any reason?
- Travel agent rort
He’s ripped off scores of innocent people but we still give him permanent residency
Ten times stronger than steel, the miracle product that could save the State… A windfall worth billions and we have the raw material.
- Power bill scam
The ACCC has handed down hefty fines in relation to misleading energy provider door to door and over the phone sales tactics, but what if it's given rise to an even sneakier practice altogether?
- Sheep neglect
Is this any way to treat animals? Our investigation into local farm neglect
- Real Women
The project that has women of all shapes & sizes lining up for this candid camera
- Restaurant Revolution
Behind the scenes of Restaurant Revolution with Adelaide’s top chef Jock Zonfrillo
- Public Service moonlighting
The public servant moonlighting on the job... Helping run her hotel while at work but now on paid leave pending an investigation
- Unknown child
The missing girl no one seems to know. So far known possible victims have been ruled out… So is there any chance this could be her? Police have said no evidence to suggest… But will rule nothing out... So what if and what of the other possibilities?
- Truck accident reunion
Pinned under a runaway trailer ... Saved by the kindness of a stranger... A year later we bring the two together again
- Work for the Dole
Work for the dole that's working for you ... Free car services for pensioners ... And more ...
- Natural Skin care
Women spend a fortune on creams and potions that promise the world, but deliver nothing but there’s a natural ingredient that will keep wrinkles at bay, and treat everything from eczema to acne
- 50 years TV Talent
50 years of TV... Talent quests or talent question marks? Some of our most memorable talent show performances
- Spam phone calls
Telcos receive thousands of complaints over spam phone calls... But how do we make the new wave stop? Well, some have taken the humour approach while Telstra's now offering another solution they say will stop the nuisance calls once and for all.
- Pollie Travel
Our travelling pollies... How far is too far & who spent $700 on a limo to and from the footy?
- 50 years tv controversies
50 years of TV… Tonight… The television controversies
- Farm technology
The new aerial machines set to revolutionise our farming industry
- Children's first aid
Could you save the life of your child?... We put parents to the medical emergency test
- 50 years weather
50 years of tv.... A look at the wonderful presenters who've brought you the nightly weather for five decades
- Ice violence
The ice effect… How it changes the brain, causing people to attack their own families with more and more lives ruined and no memory of the damage done
- SAS 50 years Kids shows
50 years of television... We take a look back at the kids’ shows we all grew up with plus where are they now?
- Heart baby
It's often said you need a big heart to overcome big obstacles but not for little Marcus Dunn.
- SAS 50th Anniversary part 1
The first story in our series on the 50th birthday of Adelaide’s SAS TV channel. Tonight 6.30
- Suitcase murder
How police might solve the terrible mystery of the murdered child dumped in a suitcase
- Song for Phil
Crows and Port fans unite to record a tribute song to Phil Walsh.
- Guardian Dogs
Meet Guardian Dogs -- the latest weapon in the fight to save native animals from predators.
- Fast Food Future
The McDonald’s announcement that will change fast food in SA forever.
- Liverpool vs Adelaide
The sold-out Liverpool vs Adelaide United game could be SA’s biggest-ever sporting event.
Palcohol – mix-it-yourself powdered alcohol – is coming to Australia. Will it put our teens at risk?
- Kids Online
Stranger danger online … 74 per cent of parents admit they don’t know where their kids go on the net.
- Police Checks
Police-check bureaucrats costing jobs. You could be branded a criminal just for having a speeding fine.
- Survivor Kellie
First a car rollover, then a boat explosion -- an Adelaide woman’s incredible tale of survival.
- Sailing Adventure
The Adelaide couple who left their lives behind to sail the world.
The obese schoolgirl who’s had lap-band surgery at just 7 years of age.
- Skatey Tracy
She’s the Aussie mum with no legs and one arm who gets around on a skateboard. But the Government says she’s not disabled enough for a concession card.
- Supermarket Survey 2015
We reveal Adelaide's cheapest supermarkets -- north, south, east and west.
- Houdini Down Under
Harry Houdini is still the greatest magician of all time. Now, we’ve uncovered his South Australian connection.
- Greyhound Adoption
The washed-up Adelaide racing dogs winning a second chance at life.
- Bad Backpackers
They robbed the Adelaide businessman who gave them a job, but he’s the one who’s facing charges.
- Second Act
The Aussie seniors who took up acting for the first time and are now rubbing shoulders with Hollywood royalty.
- Nuclear Submarines
Should our new submarines be nuclear or non-nuclear? Or should we not be building subs at all? We look at what’s best for Australia.
- Red Light Therapy
Red light therapy is the new treatment taking the beauty industry by storm. Amazing results on aged skin, scarring and cellulite.
- Soaring Meat Prices
Meat prices are skyrocketing, but we’ll show you how to easily slash your bills by up to half. #cheapmeat
- Australia for Sale
The Adelaide family selling off 3 per cent of Australia’s land. Will it end up in foreign hands?
- Embryo Donation
The gift of parenthood -- how embryo donation is changing lives and creating families.
- Fast Food Face-off
Our survey on price variation and why you pay more in Adelaide’s north.
- Dirty Rotten Plumbers
Adelaide's dodgy plumbers are at it again -- rebranding then tripling the price
- Stroke Choir (Part 2)
They were silenced by strokes, then found their voices again through the power of song. Now, Adelaide's healing choir has lost its funding.
- Holden Lemons
Holden's lemon cars. They're brand new but plagued with problems and putting lives at risk.
- Cy Walsh
The family tragedy that's saddened a nation. Who is Cy Walsh? His search for himself in his own words.
- Triple Zero heroes
Our triple zero heroes... Risking their lives while racing to save yours
- Mac Fired
Mac-fired... The fast food workers sacked after an abusive bun fight over no napkins in the drive thru
- Homeless Dog Man
Homeless and living in a car… Simon’s rebuilding his life through the love of a dog
- Angas Securities
A major Adelaide finance company in strife... Affecting scores of mum and dad investors whose money hasn't turned up
- Neuro Transmitter
Trapped inside their bodies, a device invented by a former Australian newsreader is allowing them to communicate again for the first time
- Warren the weasel
Once a weasel always a weasel... Adelaide's serial rogue... You won't believe his latest venture
- Predatory teacher
It’s a shocking breach of trust by a South Australian teacher. A group of parents is furious and sickened after a teacher who sent lewd messages to their sons on Facebook walked free from court could be back in the classroom at any time
- 2015 EOFYS sales
EOFYS bargains galore... Tips to cash in as we reach the end of the June... What to look for and where
- Seniors Alarm
This life-saving medical installation including monitoring is free... But very few South Aussie's know it’s available
- Chocolate No 5
The Hahndorf chocolate maker, Chocolate No5, in a battle with international fashion icon Chanel over their use of the number 5
- Job Active
Rorting our unemployed... Trained for non-existent jobs and records forged to cash-in on government payments
- Heater recall
The latest electrical heaters to be recalled
- Breakfast Club
The breakfast club... 10 kids of their own but this southern suburbs family feeds 600 kids a week
- Truck tv
A new idea which may make sharing the road with trucks safer
- Hospital wait lists
Our elective surgery wait times blow out… A point even the government concedes.
- Sampson Flat fires revisit
The aftermath of disaster... Six months on and how it's changed... The courageous folk of Sampson's Flat
New technology is giving hope to thousands of people suffering a debilitating eye condition
- 7 Year House
An SA family's nightmare... $220,000 and 7 years for this but wait until you hear who's to blame
- Surrogacy legislation
The new South Australian legislation aiming to make not-for-profit surrogacy more readily available
- Gen Y car test
Are these, practically speaking, the most clueless generation?... We put them to the test with some everyday challenges
- Domestic violence educ
Will this be the way in which we prevent violence against women in the future? The SA schools tackling a serious issue early on
- Miracle Dog
Imagine being lost in the pitch black of the storm water pipes below Adelaide. For three weeks, with the winter rains swirling past threatening to drown her, that's exactly what happened to Chris' best friend Jay.
- Vintage Market
#vintage It’s one of Adelaide's best kept bargain hunter's secret. The nearby farmers’ market in one of the city's best known locations is extremely popular but not far away in a large barn is another market few yet know about
- Medical marijuana fight
Arrested for treating her sick child with medical marijuana... Suffering 80 seizures a day she’s now down to just 4 a week... So why would police raid her home?
- Adelaide Crows anniversary
Remember this? Here, we go, here we go Camry crows… On the eve of their 25th anniversary match at #AdelaideOval we take a nostalgic look back at that very first bounce
- Abused child
Could this be another Chloe Valentine... A child abused and burnt and our foremost expert's warning ignored by Families SA
- Terminator Genisys
He's back ... We catch up with Arnie and Aussie co-star Jai Courtney to launch Terminator Genisys
- Adelaide Hoarders
Adelaide's hoarding epidemic... The nightmare of obsessive collectors and the help group now set up to treat them
- Beaumont detective
The detective closest to the Beaumont family calls this the best clue in 50 years... His final plea for the mystery to be solved
- Crows Immortals
The Adelaide Crows immortals... Their 25 year anniversary and just who do the experts say is the greatest?
- HECS Debt
Our student loan scandal… Over 2 billion unpaid by Adelaide graduates… One owes 400 thousand and all are funded by the taxpayer
- Womens' heart health
Women and heart attacks… how to best protect yourself and the two must have health checks
- Crash Survivor
Miracle on Payneham Road… Walking to the shop he was hit by a 20 tonne runaway trailer & missed death by millimeters
- Retail Sales 2015
Our retail sales season... The giants do battle for your dollar with bargains to lure you in
- Steve Williams
The disappearance of Adelaide's most controversial bikie... 10 years on his daughter and former partner speak about what never been revealed.
- Deaths in Custody
Deaths in custody... The preventable end of a troubled son... Depression put him behind bars and budget cuts let him die
- Johnny Mac
He's one of South Australia's best loved singers and after entertaining us for more than five decades Johnny Mac is still at it... But the octogenarian has been reminded of the good old days with a surprise find all the way from the U.S.
- School in crisis
A school in crisis... It's gone through 16 principals in 17 years, countless teachers and two thirds of the enrolled students don't bother turning up.
- MFS rescue
Our fantastic @SA_MFS - going above and beyond to save those precious to us .@TodayTonightSA #Walkerville
- Ebola's Adelaide connection
Adelaide's ebola link… The virus found living in a doctor's eye's changing their colour & sending him blind and the local specialist who's come to the rescue
- Forgotten Flyers
Adelaide's forgotten fliers... An elderly couple's dream holiday almost ruined... Stranded at the airport and forced to buy more tickets
- ICAC whistleblowers
Because we have the nations’ most secretive corruption commission you'll never really know what and who they are pursuing...
- Drummond Acquittal
It’s the second case, following a Today Tonight miscarriage of justice investigation, overturned by an Adelaide court
- Vinyl Revival
Adelaide's vinyl revival... The musical turn around that has made all those old discs new again
- State Care
There's been an incredible 150% increase in the number of children in emergency care. We speak with child advocate and former foster carer Rachael Titley about the emotional and economic impact.
- Memory Loss
Beating memory loss and boosting your powers of recall… You'll never forget your pin number, people’s names or lose your keys again
- Adelaide zoning
Adelaide's land lotto rezoning… Making home owners into millionaires... Is your suburb about to hit the jackpot?
- Predator hunter
Australia wide police believe tens of thousands of predators are on-line at any one time looking for naïve young victims… But there's one undercover mum bringing these predators to justice
- SA Job Skills
Putting our job trainers out of a job… Will this be a massive government blunder? Plus the secret legal advice saying the scheme may be unlawful
- Classroom violence
Teachers are under attack as students as young as five turning violent in the classroom. Since 2011 more than 40 million dollars in compensation has been paid to stressed out teachers
- Politician Jobs
Last night we revealed the details of a senior public servant who had been running her hotel from her government office computer... It raises the question of how many others also have business interests.
- Holiday Tragedy
It was supposed to be a dream holiday... A chance for John to show off his Dutch homeland to his wife Mary, but what began as a joyful adventure soon turned to tragedy and heartbreak
- Islamic College of SA claims
He's the whistleblower who uncovered a multi-million dollar financial discrepancy within South Australia's Islamic College accounts, operated by its controlling body known as AFIC and today he took his complaint to South Australian Police
- Finns Law
A foster mum's mission ... She took in a disabled child and cared for him as her own but when he died she was barred from his funeral... Her fight for foster parents’ rights
- AFL Indigenous Round
An unbridled love of footy is the common thread that has brought these boys together from all parts of the state
- Brother Dispute
The family feuding over their heritance... One son mortgaged the mum's property and now the brothers are left with the debt... How parent's assets are being used before they die
- Reflections Project
The amazing project to record all our remaining World War II veterans ... Dob in a digger because time is running out
- Islamic College of SA update
The latest developments into our investigation of the controversial Islamic College of SA and it’s controlling body known as AFIC
- Brolly debate
Councillor vs councillor... The outdoor brolly they claim needs planning approval and the court case that cost ratepayers a pile
- School Truancy
A generation of kids being lost into an uneducated abyss... It's a little after ten in the morning on a school day but for these kids, school isn't something they do.
- Repat protestors
The move to boot the veterans protesting the closure of the #Repat off the steps of Parly… Should they stay or go?... Have your say!
- Mouth Painting
The remarkable story of a woman left paralysed after a horse riding accident who is putting her paint brush where her mouth is
- Islamic College of SA
SA's Islamic school scandal… Where has taxpayers’ money gone? New allegations over the management of finances amid calls for an investigation
- Dash cam driving
Is the rapid increase in the use of dash cams changing the way we drive?
- Stranger Danger
Stranger danger… Do our kids really get it? An Adelaide playground and a man with a puppy... What will they do?
- Boat write off
It was his $86,000 pride and joy, but they failed to mention it might sink... Then he found out it already had!
- Airline Service
It seems our domestic airlines have called a truce in the long running airfare price war so now Tiger, Qantas and Virgin are turning to new ways of filling their seats, not by madly discounting fares but with other enticements.
- Crazy Weather
Crazy weather... The Adelaide suburbs likely to be hit hardest and what to look out for in your insurance
- Klepto Joe
Klepto Joe... Our worst serial shoplifter out on good behaviour and still offending... Why he can't be stopped?
- Missing Grandmother update
The family pushed to breaking point as they take on the granny snatcher… Now the desperate search to find their loved one's unmarked grave
- Coward Punch
Tyrran was king hit on Hindley St a year and a half ago... There were multiple witnesses yet police have now dropped all charges
- Aussie Bee Gees
He’s the Adelaide boy from the Bee Gee tribute band been booked out in Las Vegas for 4 years
- ICAC secrecy update
ICAC's top polly probe… Almost a year and a half before the key players are interviewed then she is publically cleared with no details given ... Why we need a more transparent process
- Adelaide Thunderbirds
We take you behind the scenes of SA Thunderbirds... Shooting goals on and off the court
- Saving Maggie Follow
Every dog has its day and while the RSPCA is hoping proposed legislation which would enforce breeders to be registered will help stamp out the cruel trade in SA, authorities in the Eastern states are taking the fight one step further
- Jars apology
Andrew Jarman... On his x-rated conversation that went to air
- KI workers
The government cash cow assured these battlers they'd get paid but the contractor went bust and SA Water turned it's back
- Chunky Custard
Chunky Custard’s 25th Anniversary Show is at The Gov on Saturday, June 13. For ticket info, go to http://www.thegov.com.au/index.php/gig_guide/gig/e51231 For more info on the band, visit http://www.chunkycustard.com.au/
- Court delays
Our legal log jam… A national embarrassment of delays, decay and pointless prosecutions… Too much law and not enough order
- Cabaret Festival 2015
They say life is a cabaret but there are places where people miss out... So a handpicked troupe of performers from the upcoming Cabaret Festival packed their bags & a few props and headed to the bush
- New RAH
It's one of the most expensive buildings in the world… Your first chance to look inside the new Royal Adelaide Hospital
- Celebs in schools
Fighting back against the bullies… Radio host Mel Grieg turns her ordeal into a positive for kids
- Elsie's gift
Seven months of silence... Now little Elsie's incredible gift, the moment she hears for the first time
- Feral Cat disaster
Millions of endangered native animals are killed by feral cats in Australia each night… with 100 species now facing extinction because of them
- Women's cage fighting
The Adelaide women ready to rumble... Unlikely recruits in the cage fighting arena... Doing it for fun, fitness and for real
- Mum's advice
We talk to Adelaide celebs on what was their mum's best advice
- Diet Pill Deaths
The death of a 21 year old woman has sparked a global warning on a diet pill. Linked to more than 60 fatalities, online retailers are pushing them onto bodybuilders and people desperate to lose weight.
- Port Pigeons
The Port’s pigeon plague... A futile fight with flying ferals but is their way of dealing with them okay?
Doggy dating... An easy and safe way to find a play mate for your pup.
- Western Quoll
The Western Quoll, also known as the Chuditch, had been wiped out in South Australia for some 130 years. But now, thanks to an ambitious conservation project, this cute marsupial is being reintroduced to the Flinders Ranges
- Quitting Sugar
For most of her life mum of six Natalie lived for her next fix… How she beat her dangerous addiction to sugar
The answer to not being able to find a park in Adelaide... The new system that lets you book a space before you leave home
Popular in the Middle East, shisha smoking is the hot new trend in town. Dubbed the cool way to smoke tobacco but that's not the case according to experts and it's something the shop owners won't generally tell you.
- Re-united couple
This is a love story that came to a screeching halt more than sixty years ago. They split in 1950 and eventually both married other people and had families with neither giving much thought to what could have been... Until…
- Saving Maggie
Saving little Maggie... A life up for sale so who can stop Adelaide's puppy trade? Community outrage over those who traffic in tiny lives
- Rental Wreckers
South Australia's rotten renters... Trashing taxpayer-funded housing
- Childcare Board
Adelaide's multi-million dollar childcare scandal... Authorities move in as our investigation exposes those rorting the system
- David Day tribute
Today Tonight's tribute to Adelaide radio legend David "Daisy" Day
- Doggy Treats
The cheap imported doggy treats poisoning our pets... The dodgy products to avoid
- Super beneficiary
Superannuation warning… He left the money to his sister but now it's set to go to someone he couldn't stand
- Union whistle blower
Another whistle blower has come forward detailing, for the first time, the extent of the alleged fraud within the South Australian Union movement
- Adelaide's great imposter
Adelaide's great imposter still committing fraud... The fake tv reporter awaiting sentence... See his infamous Cornes interview as his latest victims speak out
- Roadside Memorials
A grieving mums’ stance to keep a roadside memorial for her son, as the council says it’s got to go
- Missing Grandmother
This story should serve as a warning to be very careful who you choose to look after your affairs when you die
- Cosmetic surgery guidelines
Under new guidelines, people wanting cosmetic surgery here will have a 7-day cooling off period… But the industry's warning it may encourage people to travel overseas for potentially dangerous, even fatal operations.
- Old Scholars Gallipoli
Traditional rivals, coming together in the name of ANZAC
Smuggled overseas he served at Gallipoli and the Western Front, running messages and locating the wounded... The untold story
- Dead Man's Pennies
The search for the missing honours of 5 family members who gave their lives brought back together at last
- Glynde Substation
A community betrayal... The election promise not to build a sub-station... The voters say they've been double crossed
- Police ICAC
The handling of police complaints is of intense public concern & today the Police Ombudsman agreed, calling for the abolition of his own position
- Come Out theatre group
Fresh from Broadway, director Alirio Zavarce has assembled a cast of northern suburbs kids to tackle the issues the matter most to them
- Fishing job scam
The Adelaide job scam offering work on a tuna boat that sank 5 years ago... Run out of a deserted city office and charging for non-existent training
- Freedom Wheels
The miracle of freedom wheels... Giving kids the power to be just like everyone else.
- Ice Addicts
Adelaide's ice epidemic… Attacking all levels of society… The confessions of an upper class addict
- Youtube Filmmakers
From home movies to Hollywood… the local lads on their way to big things
- Eat Cheats
Trick yourself thin... the eat cheats that really work
- Limo lunacy
The Adelaide limo company being driven out of business thanks to petty government bureaucracy.
- Facebook mum
It's the nasty letter that's sparked debate around the world… The mum attacked for being proud of her new born bub
- Banned Driver
Falsely accused of abuse, he was out of work for 12mths then forced to sign a gag order after allegations were unfounded
- Adelaide's Virtual War Memorial
Adelaide's virtual memorial... The stories of ordinary soldiers immortalised and how families can honour their loved ones
- Lyme Disease diagnosis
Lyme disease is one most doctors refuse to accept exists in Australia… But Lucy Alexander has no doubt what she's suffering is real
- Apple v Samsung
Apple versus Samsung... Adelaide's tech expert reviews the latest smartphones
- Money Mules
Adelaide's money mules... The scams that lure you with easy money
- Families SA housing
The Adelaide troubled teen put up in a mansion... Social workers 24 hours a day, a special van ferrying him to school and this is how the place was left
- War Widow
Doris is 107, our oldest World War I widow and still going strong
- Pizza Tosser
He has a PH-D in chemistry but it's not science that makes him a world beater... It's what he can do with a lump of pizza dough that's special... He's one doctor who doesn't mind if you call him an expert tosser
- Cosentino "Twisted Reality"
The Cosentino story... How his magic was cure for his lack of confidence and how he's charming Adelaide
Think your kids spend too much time on their "gadgets"? They probably do... But these video game addicts have turned an online love into well paid careers
- Sex offender rehabilitation
Crimes against children are regarded as the most heinous by society… A new program funded by the government believes paedophiles need our help and should get it
- Chloe Valentine Inquest
The inquest into Chloe’s death sparked the Coroner today to call for a complete overhaul of Families SA. We speak with Chloe's grandmother Belinda about what she hopes the findings will achieve.
- Romper Room re-union
Ready Mr Music... The Romper Room reunion... Getting ready to celebrate Mr Do Bees big birthday
- Fluoridated Water
Fluoride in recommended levels is in 90% of Adelaide’s drinking water… A new wave of detractors and studies however, say it’s a nasty toxin linked to thyroid disorders that can damage kids IQ, cause weight gain, fatigue, depression, and cancer
- Crazy Councils
Why do local councils bite the hands that feed them? Ridiculous council rules banning outdoor tv's, petty parking restrictions and no fixed tables… the crazy control freaks driving businesses up the wall
- Regional Property
Incredibly low interest rates are good news for those with a mortgages but not so good for those trying to buy so tonight we reveal the top regional towns where prices are still affordable but are expected to boom soon.
- Record Collector
If it's not the best record collection in the world, it's one of. As Radio 5AD's former music man behind the scenes TC has accrued a treasure trove of rare recordings allegedly worth a million dollars
- Festival Plaza
The plan appears to go like this... Bury Parliament House behind a skyscraper and hand over the best bit of real estate in the city to a man who already has a billion dollars
- Port Adelaide shave
The Port Adelaide players rallying around a sick team mate and raising much needed funds
- Gallipoli Documentary
As Australia prepares to mark the centenary of Anzac Day, an Adelaide documentary maker has set out to tell the stories of our unsung heroes
- Easter treats
The best and worst of Easter hot cross buns and chocolate
- Termite inspections
Adam Rudnicki thought he was covered… But what he discovered is when you buy a house and find termites, everyone runs for cover… the vendor, the agent and especially the termite inspector
- Stroke Choir
Adelaide's extraordinary stroke choir... They can barely talk but they sing beautifully
- Smart TV's
Gone are the days of simple televisions... Today's tv's are so smart, many families don't even know how to use them. There are dozens of features at your fingertips and according to the experts it's simply a matter of finding them.
- Superannuation entitlements
Tonight we can reveal some positive news for cancer sufferer Jane Biggs who we featured last week on the program battling her super fund for her entitlements
- Pet Insurance
Through her life Muffin's been a healthy happy puppy... Until recently. Having dutifully paid her premiums for 13yrs she thought she'd be covered… and while Petsecure paid the bills there was a rude shock waiting in her next statement
- Women who kill
The rise of women who kill… The real reasons why from Adelaide criminologists
- Acne treatment
A new drug free acne treatment that really works
- Barry Humphries
Tonight... the funniest Aussie on the planet, back to ensure we are all entertained. Our exclusive interview with Barry Humphries.
- Arthritis Remedy
The natural arthritis remedy...remarkable for relief from pain and given the nod by arthritis Australia.
- Property Flipping
Flipping… It was big a decade ago but there’s still solid money to be made if you buy in the right areas of Adelaide and follow some simple rules
- NBA designer
You may not have heard of his name before, but when it comes to designer graphics the 25 year old is a slam dunk
- Dangerous Driving
This SE crash destroyed three generations of one family as well as the driver... So what is a just penalty and is it fair to compare with previous cases?
- Germanwings Airbus crash
Pilot depression and suicide… Could this be the answer to another mystery plane crash?
Chemical giant Monsanto today rubbished the World Health Organisation’s alarming warning yesterday that Glyphosate's "probably" cause cancer
- Youth Opportunities
One of South Australia's greatest resources is its people… in particular it's young people. Youth Opportunities, the brain child of one man and 16 years in the making, has changed the lives of tens of thousands of people
- Taxi Assault
Adelaide's taxi terror... Women preyed upon and even with in car cameras the culprits often get away
- Rick Davies
Adelaide footy champion Rick Davies’ life and death battle… Lose 30 kilos or face the consequences
- Liddy Auction
The last of disgraced magistrate Peter Liddy's assets are up for sale... But who'll pocket the cash?
- A Day on the Green wedding
They'd always dreamt of having a perfect white wedding and yesterday that's exactly what they got... The winners of our Billy Idol competition renewed their vows at McLaren Vale on the weekend and our cameras were there
- Childcare scam
The national child care scam continues… It’s a multi-million scandal and taxpayers are the ultimate victim
- Bra sizes
They come in all shapes and sizes… and as our populations waist lines continue to boom, so do breast sizes… But despite the options out there it seems 80% or more wear the wrong bra
- Wombat Awareness
SA's wombat rescue... Endangered, homeless and bankrupt... A plea for government help to save our much loved marsupials
- Interfert battle
These South Aussie farmers are battling to get their millions back… Caught in a web of debts through no fault of their own & forced to fight one of our biggest banks
- 1970's part 2
Part 2 of Adelaide's life in the 70's... The personalities, the major events and our laid back lifestyle... A trip down memory lane
- Whooping Cough death
Parents are again being urged to vaccinate their children following the death of a 4 week old baby in Perth to Whooping Cough
- Superannuation battle
Adelaide mum Jane has terminal cancer yet she’s being forced to work while her super fund holds onto her money
The way we were in the 70’s... An era that defined us... The music, the fashions… Classic film never before seen until now
- Sports Costs
The cost of kids sport... we survey the different codes to see which is the best value for the family.
- Sky Park Collector
Meet South Australia's craziest creator... From the quickest couch in the country to the flying commodore.
- Cape Bridgewater report
It's the report that has the wind energy industry in a spin... Same report two very different interpretations, all depending on what you have at stake.
- Hecla restoration
The old dog of South Australian waters being given a new lease on life
- Sons of Gallipoli
While every Australian appreciates the sacrifice of the diggers who died at Gallipoli, for these sons the trip will be a special tribute to their fathers
- Kane Court
An arrest warrant was issued this week for Kane Hicks… Now… the real reason for his no show
- Endometriosis Ambassador
It's a disease that affects 1 in 10 women, but many still find the subject taboo… Radio DJ Mel Griegs is now opening up about her own battle with endometriosis
- Death Penalty Countries
The death penalty hit list... Which countries still impose the ultimate punishment and why?
- White Wedding
Punk rocker Billy Idol will be in Adelaide later this month and to mark his visit we're giving away a white wedding... The lucky couple will get outfits, rings, a reception and accommodation, plus a meet and greet with Billy himself.
- Grape Pickers
Sour grapes in the fruit picking industry...Exploiting hard working South Aussies and tourists
- Charity Thieves
The heartless new crime sweeping Adelaide... Thieves caught red handed stealing from charity
- Family reunion
Not long ago we aired a story about an Adelaide dad who found his mum after 40 years... Tonight... Their emotional reunion on home soil
- Hana's Plea
Seven year old Hana Cooks’ body weight has almost tripled in just 12 months after surgery to remove a brain tumour left her with a food impulse.
- Chinese property investors
Dudded by a Chinese billionaire... The South Aussie couple duped out of their retirement dreams
- Centrelink Fight
Susy lost almost everything after a car accident left her with crippling back pain. A hard worker her entire life, she thought the government would be there for her when she needed it most
- Dirty Hotels
Most of us consider staying in a hotel a luxury & we expect them to be clean and tidy, among many things… But for the Adelaide couple you're about to meet, what was meant to be a stress free stay ended up being a nightmare.
This brother and sister have missed so much school their father's lost count and the principal reported one of them as a missing person
- Got Junk
Junk !...we've all got it.. But you don't want it going into landfill? Tonight some ideas on how you can pay it forward instead
- Skin surgery
When Lisa lost 90 kilo's, she thought she'd finally have the figure she'd always dreamt of. Instead Lisa is living a nightmare, too embarrassed to reveal her body in public
- Spartan Racers
Their team is called “Damaged Goods” but nothing will hold these SA Spartan race competitors back… Having overcome so many obstacles just to make it to the start line let alone compete
- Trailer Con
The legal system is meant to dispense justice and stop people taking the law into their own hands... But for many, going through the courts has left them out of pocket and no closer to a resolution
- Medicinal Marijuana
Medical marijuana… In SA it’s an Illegal drug but for those parents risking prison by giving it to their sick kids it’s a life saver
- Free Websites
Years ago, if you wanted good service you had to pay for it... But now, thanks to the internet there are thousands of freebies, it's simply a matter of knowing where to look
Almost a year since MH 370 went missing, a Perth Mum who's husband was onboard the flight, is devestated they're still no closer to solving the mystery.
- Farah 4 Kidz Daycare
Last night, we exposed a scandal in the South Australian family day care system... Tonight, further revelations as whistleblowers lift the lid on the alleged rorts costing tax payers millions
- Fertility Nutritionist
Coping with infertility or miscarriage can be heartbreaking for couples but one Adelaide nutritionist says simple changes to your diet can help boost your chances of having a healthy baby
- Fisheries Watch
They're our front line out on the big blue... These are the latest recruits to take on the duties of protecting South Australia’s fish stocks
- Farah 4 Kidz
This is Farah 4 Kidz... A million dollar business operating on tax payer money
- Fake plates suspect
After our story on the phantom menace on two wheels we received a number of tip offs which led us to this man…
- SA Submarine contract
We speak with Nick Xenophon over concerns it’s a foregone conclusion our subs will be built in Japan
- Gabi and Geoffrey
Australia's odd couple... Gabi and Geoffrey open up about their love for each other
- False terror alert
With the risk of a terror attack in Australia at an all-time high, many are on edge... But what if you were falsely accused of plotting an attack? That's what one Aldinga Beach man says happened to him after a family dispute over an inheritance
- Cabaret & Cupcakes
These days if you watch music videos... You could be mistaken in thinking that it's more about twerking than tones and booty rather than beat... But one Adelaide singer is out to change that.
- Dog Thefts
The recent scandal surrounding the greyhound racing industry shocked and appalled many of us but rumours are there may be another form of animal cruelty playing out right here in Adelaide.
- Air Asia refunds
When Air Asia announced in December they were ceasing all flights out of Adelaide at the end of January it threw many people’s plans into disarray… And to top it off, they’re still awaiting refunds.
- Health funds
Everyone's health insurance is set to rise on the 1st of April… But this year an alliance of 15 not for profit and mutual health funds is taking on the big two - Medibank Private and Bupa... And a survey rates their chances highly.
- Horse rescue sacking
During the Sampson Flat bushfires last month, the outpouring of support was widespread with many South Aussies lending a hand by helping residents defend their
- Neighbourhood dispute
Adelaide's longest neighbourhood feud… So what have these pensioners done to warrant 155 police visits?
- Driver technology
Taking the error out of human error… why Adelaide's in the driver's seat
- No Justice
Nicolas Tsiplakidis shot Valentina Petrenko in the head then stabbed his son in law with a kitchen knife. It's remarkable they both survived the attack... But what is most remarkable is Nicolas got off scott free.
- Toxic fruit & veg
Five years ago we warned Australians about the dangerous and contaminated fruit and vegetables being sold in our supermarkets… But this week a contamination scare has sent shockwaves through kitchens across Australia
- Quentin 40
Quentin at 40... The Adelaide identity who's fought the odds, rubbed shoulders with the stars and outlived every prediction
- Phoney Landlord
He’s Adelaide's phoney landlord… Forging leases, locking out tenants & overcharging rent.
- Fake plates
At some stage someone has copied Paul’s rego plate… Now he’s received $7000 in fines even though his motorbike wasn't on the road… And he could be faced with losing his licence.
- CB Pest
Adelaide's loudmouth of the airwaves… His abusive, spiteful, and evil rants… So is this finally the end of the radio pest?
- Cancer potion lab results
Our lab tests are back on the so-called cancer cure potion promoted by Adelaide's bogus bishop... We’ll tell you what’s actually in it.
- Fringe VIP
We're giving viewers the chance to win one of 5 double VIP passes. Prize includes entry into 13 of this years’ best shows. Watch tonight for details on how to win
- Jumps Debate
Controversial Jumps racing is set to continue at Morphettville… Racing Minister Leon Bignell weighs in on the decision
- Interfert victims
South Australia's one hundred and forty million dollar company collapse... The directors are back in business while the creditors are left with huge debts
- Antarctic Jobs
It's the job of a life time and it could be yours too… If you've ever considered a sea change, how about an ice change?
- Peer Pressure
The school yard can be a jungle and for many parents their children's safety while at school is a day to day issue… So why are so many kids just snapping?
- 50 Shades of Grey
50 Shades of Grey raked in tens of millions of dollars in just a few days… But is it worth you parting with your hard earned cash? We’ve recruited four Adelaide personalities to rate the film
- Tenants rights
Landlords unite for a fair go… claiming tenants get away with anything, trashing houses and refusing to pay rent
- DIY Maccas
Diy burgers... We take a look at the new make your own Macca’s
- Fear and Delight
This year’s most outrageous fringe show… Fear and Delight… It’s everything you won’t expect.
- Rock Legends
Celebrating “Yesterday’s Heroes”... A nostalgic look at the rise of pop music through the decades
- Great Imposter
Adelaide's great imposter... Reality finally bites for the tv and radio star who never was.
- Tubular Bells For Two
Two musicians, 24 instruments and Mike Oldfield’s modern masterpiece Tubular Bells… Now they're bringing their mesmerising performance to the Garden of Unearthly Delights
- Wortley pt4
SA's union corruption allegations continue, with more whistle-blowers coming forward, revealing bribes offered by one of our biggest power companies to keep wages down
- Zoned property prices
The high school your children attend can make a big difference to their success in life… but it can also make a difference to how much your home is worth
- Antarctic Flight
Antarctica is a place many people dream of seeing yet few ever get the chance... Tonight we take you aboard the ultimate joy flight.
- Ticket scam
James Zombolas has sold thousands of dollars worth of non-existent tickets to unsuspecting victims across the country
- 17 Pups
So many puppies!... One mum & 17 pups... Meet Adelaide's record litter
- Bank Robbery
What began like most other mornings for this Adelaide mum turned into a terrifying ordeal
- My Kitchen Rules Lynzey
They're the father & daughter team that have quickly stamped their character on My Kitchen Rules… But don't expect Lynzey to remain in her dad's shadow for long if her exercise video is anything to go by.
- Winnebago Win
The Winnebago win… It’s been a long time coming but there’s finally some compo for Rob’s rotten RV.
- Power bill follow
More outrageous power bills… The mother of 8 and her 13 thousand dollar shock plus the dad whose bill went from 300 dollars to three thousand
- Daylight Savings debate
What do you think of the government’s proposal to align the State’s time-zone with the eastern or closer to Western Australian? We speak with economist Darryl Gobbett
- Council Parking Dispute
Nobody likes a parking fine but tonight you'll see they like new parking signs even less. Before a ticket has even been issued, heated scenes have erupted between businesses and council.
- Bullied girl
An inspirational story... 8 year old Sian Williams is helping children all over the world stand up to bullies
- Autism job program
The autism and asperger youths in demand… Exact skills suited to modern business... The innovative new program giving hidden geniuses a chance
- Power Pain
Imagine being told you'd been overcharged thousands of dollars on your power bills but when it comes time to cough up a refund the provider has lost all traces of the promised payout
- Anthony LaPaglia
The return of a local hero... From Norwood High to Hollywood... Anthony LaPaglia’s back to work in Adelaide
- Low carb spuds
The humble spud's been given a healthy makeover by an SA company. The low carb potatoes giving a new way to enjoy everyone potato, without the guilt
- Repat closure
Veterans are outraged over the proposed closure of the Repat hospital – Rosanna speaks to one of their biggest supporters - John Schumann
- Sleep Apnoea dispute
The Adelaide sleep apnoea sufferer snoozing at the wheel of his truck... He's taken time off to recover but Centrelink says back to work
- Power Cup
The Port Adelaide football club's amazing initiative giving the stars of tomorrow a real chance in life.
- National Sheds & Patios
Despite leaving a trail of unhappy customers... This elusive Adelaide shed supplier is still taking massive deposits but failing to deliver the goods
- MKR 2015
Not your usual suspects… Meet the two SA teams in the running to be named Australia’s best home cooks in this year’s My Kitchen Rules
- Jacqui Lambie
Outspoken independent senator Jacqui Lambie joins Rosanna in the studio.
- Matt the Rat
This man has been on Today Tonight's most wanted list for 5 years… Finally it seems ‘Matt the rat’, as he's known, has been caught in a trap thanks to two Adelaide pensioners who just wouldn't give up
- Maths Apps
Making maths count for your kids... The top ten maths apps which will help set them on the right track
- 2015 School lunches
Packing the perfect lunch box is easier said than done… We’ve got quick and easy recipes you can throw together for a nutritionally balanced meal
- Stinky Sewers
Flagstaff Hills families fear SA Water's turning their nose up at their stinky problem as a southern suburbs sewerage vent causes headaches for one unlucky street.
- Oldest Graduates
You’re never too old to learn... Just ask Australia’s oldest Uni graduates. With PhD’s at 86 & 93, they’re an absolute inspiration.
- Stolen Cars
Stolen in the south then dumped in the north… A new website’s now hunting down Adelaide's car thieves
- Puppy Ad
This tv ad had millions of complaints... So is it that bad?
- Demolished House
Demolish or else… They let him build it, now they plan to put a road through it... The backflip that will cost him his Croydon home
- Feral Cats
Can you take a feral cat and turn it into a happy domestic moggie?
- Power Prices
More than1 in 4 households battle to pay energy bills on time... So which providers are giving better value for money & good service?
- School leavers
If these bright young Australians are the leaders of the future… we're in good hands.
- Bali 9
An Adelaide woman begs for the life of a Bali 9 ring leader… Her exclusive insight into the man she met on death row.
- The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel comp terms & conditions
Watch tonight for your chance to attend the London Royal premiere of “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” this February... Prize includes air fares and 5 night’s accommodation.
- Church cult
Adelaide's bizarre cancer cure cult… The phony church and its bogus bishop telling a dying man to throw away his medication for snake oil.
- SA's best bangers
Our blind taste tests… from generic to gourmet… Where to find the state's best snags.
- Jury Verdict
The South Australian justice bombshell… how did they get it so wrong?
- Unclutter Ladies
The hoarders within us...Now an expert shows how you can unclutter your home.
- Breast Surgery
The botched overseas cosmetic surgery that almost cost a young woman her life ...
- Tour Costs
The tour down under outrage. Wasting your money on VIP's ...the stand costing as much as a house that's up for only a few hours each year.
- Appeal Laws
Why the quashing of Henry Keogh's conviction could see more men and women set free across the country.
- Dr Who
The tardis comes to Adelaide…The first look at the Dr Who musical spectacular.
- Pension Hikes
A looming pensioner revolt in South Australia....the sneaky twenty per cent hike in rates bills, all thanks to Tony Abbott and Tom Koutsantonis..
- Burnside Bullies
The dumbest council decision ever. The snobs at Burnside Council bullying a fish and chip shop over a tiny flashing sign that's been there for years.
- Forty Plus
New year's resolutions include getting fit and healthy - but for women finding the time is half the battle. Now, there's an Adelaide program giving ladies results for just ten minutes of exercise a day.
- Bike Stunts
The most amazing bike stunts you won't see at the tour down under...
- House Eviction
Another families SA scandal...the mum and her four kids living in filth ... As authorities ignored warning after warning.
- Wind farm science
Wind farms..what they're doing to people's health, and now it's official.
- Aussie Supplies
The local company taking SA products to the world.
- Terror Kids
The Aussie Muslim recruiting our kids for jihad.
- Viral Videos
Plus the viral video countdown, the clips we can't stop sharing.
- Dyslexia Struggles
The powerful south Australian MP and his family's personal battle with a challenging disorder.
- Glad Wrap
Not-glad wrap ... Australia's biggest-selling plastic food wrap creates a social media firestorm after changing its packaging.
- Uni Degrees
Useless university degrees ... brainy Adelaide graduates left jobless and in debt.
The new superfoods of 2015 ... They're the fast way to "superhealth" but some look downright awful.
Why we're becoming workaholics, giving up holidays to keep bosses happy.
- Casanova Conmen
Love struck and heart broken. Adelaide women taken for a ride by casanova conmen, losing a fortune.
- Crows New Captain
Have the Crows shot themselves in the foot by appointing Tex Walker Captain. Our experts have their say.
- Oscar's Dive
Old Oscar's leap of faith, out of his Adelaide nursing home…But will he jump?
- Pollie Car Follow
Nick Xenophon weighs in on the pollies son Government car rort we exposed…he says the premier needs to take action.
- The Illusionists
One of the worlds illusion greats, magically appears in Adelaide.
- Credit Card Help
Relief from those mounting bills...The credit card with zero interest for two years.
The surprise treatment for stress, anxiety and depression and its drug free.
- Pollie Car
How can a high flying real estate agent use his politician father’s tax payer -funded car to run his business?
- Car Tablets
Car tablets - technology versus safe driving.
- Organic Food
High priced organic foods - why you shouldn't be eating them.
Meet old finger Adelaide’s geriatric gigolo. He's 91 and only had eyes for the gold belonging to an old widow with dementia he wanted to marry.
- Cathy Jane
The downfall of Adelaide’s real estate queen ...it's just got a whole lot worse.
- Skydiver crash
The Adelaide skydiving miracle man…his first parachute jump and his plane blows up.
- FA-18 Simulator
Adelaide's supersonic experience. Flying an fa-18 super hornet ...shooting down the bogies and landing on a carrier, this is - the ultimate toy.
- Block their shot
The Facebook campaign being labelled reckless and utterly irresponsible…and police are adamant it could cost lives.
- 2015 Property
Where to make big money on SA real estate in 2015.. All the homework done for you..The Adelaide suburbs and regional areas set to boom.
- Koala Rescues
Well the fires have caused massive damage but thankfully no lives were lost…But the same can't be said for the native animals and livestock. For three koalas at least help came from benevolent property owners and fire fighters themselves…
- Youth Debt
Gen y and their mounting bills - a generation drowning in debt.
- Air Asia
There's no doubt budget airlines have made overseas travel a lot more easier and affordable. But if you're planning a trip to Asia with one el cheapo airline that's currently flying out of Adelaide...think again.
- Fire Social Media
South Australian’s open their hearts to our bushfire victims and heroes...
- CFS Appeal
Fresh calls for our volunteer firefighters to be exempt from paying the emergency services levy.
- Fire pilots
The most dangerous job on the bushfire front...meet Adelaide's death-defying bushfire heroes of the skies.
- Speed Zone Debate
Adelaide's speed limit madness...now they want you to drive at 30 kms....safe speed or a speed trap?
- Dodgy Travel Agent
Shamim the sham Adelaide travel agent.....his phony airline tickets leaving hundreds stranded.
- Fire Heroes and Survivors
Meet the luckiest couple alive from the Adelaide hills bushfires…The neighbors and strangers who stood together to fight off the raging firestorm as it swept over their homes.
- Tribal Chief
The great white chief of Africa..the Adelaide muso who united warring tribes and became their leader.
- Holiday Property
South Australia’s bargain holiday homes by the sea. How to find them and how to make money.
- Selfie Craze
The me generation, their obsession with selfies. Now it's being linked to mental illness
- Year in Review Part Two
Part two of our look back at 2014, including sporting triumphs and heartaches… and those we lost along the way.
- Year in Review Part One
A year in review…a look back at the good - the bad - and the ugly.