- Fine Defaulters 2017
The deadbeat drivers who owe SA taxpayers millions in unpaid fines.
- SA Bad Drivers
The ugly truth about SA drivers – sharing the road with some of Australia’s worst.
- Kourakis FOI
The secret documents that kept a man in jail for a decade – why has the SA Government kept them hidden?
- Youth Sentencing
The State Government moves to finally crack down on out-of-control young criminals. But are tougher sentences really on the way?
- Vandal Assault
“They sliced off my ear!” An Adelaide family brutally assaulted after trying to stop graffiti vandals.
- Van Beelen
For 45 years he’s maintained his innocence. Now, could one of SA’s most controversial murder convictions be overturned?
- Illegal Dumpers
Adelaide’s despicable illegal dumpers – costing ratepayers millions and putting lives at risk.
- Marin Practising
Adelaide’s Creepy Chiro still in business – we catch him practising even though he's been suspended.
The fully-registered fake accountant. Millions stolen from his clients, so can you trust YOUR tax agent?
- Tax Fraudsters
$165m tax fraud – hard-working Aussies owed thousands while ATO deputy commissioner’s son allegedly lived the high life.
- Toxic House
Australia’s most toxic house – now they've got nowhere to live and their insurer still won’t help.
- Plumbing Floods
Flood warning – the cheap and nasty plumbing that’s destroying thousands of Aussie homes.
- Voice Eviction
The cruel voice eviction. How nosey neighbours forced an innocent battler from her home.
- Poisoned Dog
Adelaide’s nasty neighbour – the dog of an act, caught on camera, that will shock you.
- Stolen Land
Stolen property – the couple fighting to reclaim their land after an arrogant neighbour built on it.
- Coolum Squatter
Has Clive Palmer finally met his match? We find him locked in a bitter land dispute with a feisty grandma who refuses to leave her home.
- Nightclub Noise
If you choose to live in the CBD, how much should you be able to complain about nightclub noise?
- Trash House
The Aberfoyle Park residents powerless to stop their neighbour's compulsive hoarding.