- Tree Dispute
The grandfather who has spent 36 years and thousands of dollars, maintaining a tree he always believed was on his property. But his local council told him it's their tree and in maintaining it, he'd be facing a hefty fine.
- Truck Court
The shocking and deadly crash at the bottom of the Southeastern Freeway - what caused the truck to lose control?
- Juvenile Crime
The teens terrorising Adelaide. Underage and out of control, but are they too young to be held responsible, or old enough to know better?
- Squatters' Rights
An Aussie family discovers they’ve lost their inheritance worth nearly two million dollars to a complete stranger, all due to squatters’ rights.
- Murder Mystery
Murdered while attending a wake - now a mothers quest to find her daughter’s killer. Can you help solve this 15 year old cold case?
- Ron on the Run
Wanted and on the run from police - has Ron the con finally met his match?
- Truck Road Rage
Caught on dash-cam - the moment a fun family outing turns terrifying on Port Wakefield road.
- Credit Card Scams
The interstate gangs ripping off South Aussie mums and dads - how to protect yourself.
- Cyclist Death Threats
Adelaide cyclists under attack - hate mail and death threats as the war on our roads spills into our homes.
- Moyle Release
The career criminal authorities want to lock up indefinitely. So why can’t they just throw away the key?
- Keogh Compo
$2.5m compensation for 20 years in jail – our exclusive interview with Henry Keogh.
- Kourakis FOI Decision
South Australia, the secretive state – is our new government just as tight-lipped as the old one?
- Dodd Murders
Two cousins – one in Australia, one in England – both brutally murdered. A shattered family’s long fight for justice.
- Ripple Crash
Twice the victim of a horror road crash – she lost a leg, and the other driver just got a $100 fine.
- Charity Sentence
The heartless charity thief who stole $50k meant for burns victims finally faces justice.
- Criminal Squatter
The migrant squatter biting the hand of friendship, refusing to leave a Good Samaritan’s property.
- Derek Bromley 2018
A failed bid for freedom, but after 35 years behind bars, he still says he’s innocent.
- Dominatrix Trial
The Adelaide “dominatrix” charged with assault – who’s her high-profile husband?
- Standing Contempt
The Muslim woman found guilty of contempt for refusing to stand for a judge – is it religious discrimination?
Adelaide’s infamous bank robber – now teaching crime fighters all his old tricks.
- Denise Morcombe
Daniel Morcombe’s mum brings her child protection campaign to South Australia.
- Public Trustee 2018
Fighting for the right to care for their mother – her loving family blocked by the public trustee.
- Murder Laws
Getting away with murder – her daughter’s killer shielded by accomplices and the law, an Adelaide mum’s fight for justice.
- Bad Banks
A 30-year loan to an aged pensioner – already scammed, but the bank lent him more to lose.
- Lawyer Letdown Part 1
Ruined at the hands of a drunken lawyer – so why was he allowed to continue practising, and who’s really to blame?
- Lawyer Letdown Part 2
Ruined at the hands of a drunken lawyer – taxpayers pick up the compensation bill as we continue our investigation.
- Tree Fight
Out on a limb – the property owner who snapped, tearing down 70 council trees.
- Released Dogs
“Ruff” justice – the two wrongly accused dogs in a $70k court battle.
- Visa Issues
Our crazy immigration laws – the hardworking Irish couple facing deportation.
- Kiln Tragedy
Left shattered by a workplace tragedy, now a young family’s fight for justice.
- Old Thief Update
Courtroom drama for the 78-year-old pensioner accused of being Australia’s oldest house burglar.
- Stuart Mullins
The author who first exposed the secret life of Beaumonts suspect Harry Phipps.
- Phipps Investigation
Why the Castalloy factory excavation could be just the start of investigations into mysterious businessman Harry Phipps.
- New Witness
Exclusive: A surprise new witness in the Beaumont case – one of Harry Phipps’ workers comes forward for the first time.
- Beaumont Credit
We hear from the family of the chief suspect in the Beaumont case, ahead of the dig that could solve South Australia’s greatest mystery.
- Beaumont Dig
The chief suspect in the Beaumont case – was he also behind the mysterious disappearance of other Adelaide children?
- Beaumont Search
The Beaumont Case breakthrough – a joint Channel 7 and SA Police investigation into Australia’s greatest mystery.
- Concussion Case
Charged with killing his partner, but he can’t remember – Australia’s first concussion test case and what it means for the AFL.
- Repeat Offenders
Drink drivers, drug drivers, repeat offenders – why police and the courts are powerless to stop them.
- Serial Offenders
Australia’s worst serial drink-driving offender – killing an innocent schoolgirl hasn’t stopped him putting more lives at risk.
- Hills Squatter
Adelaide’s sneaky squatter – two years living rent free but he wants us to pay for an interview.
- City Violence
One dead, another beaten – why a spate of violent crimes has some South Australians too afraid to head into the city.
- More Hoon Drivers
More hoon drivers terrorising Adelaide streets – if we can catch them, why can’t the cops?
- Dog Vigilantes
Forced to flee their own home – a family under attack as vigilantes target the wrong house.
- Rock Throwing
South Aussie truckies under attack – the out-of-control kids putting lives at risk.
- Proceeds of Crime House
He did a mate a favour and lost his house – being punished when your friend commits a crime.
- DVA Fight
His military service left him terminally ill. Now, he’s been deserted by the country he fought for.
- Van Beelen High Court
The murder case that’s gone all the way to the High Court – an Adelaide man’s fight for justice after 46 years.
- Ticket Scalping
The new law to crack down on ticket scalping for Adelaide concerts and sporting events.
- Hoon Driver
Fast and Furious in the Adelaide Hills – putting lives at risk for his online fame.
- Reptile Smugglers
Catching Australia’s reptile smugglers – the cruel, black-market trade in our native animals.
- Speed Camera Escapes
Wrong car, wrong lane, wrong speed – have you been fined without committing a crime?
- Evie Update
The baby bashed by her own mum – now, a tough new law to send family violence offenders straight to jail.
- Justice for Evie
Bashed by her mother at just eight months old – the sickening Adelaide case that shocked the world.
- Disability Parking Dispute
“Don’t touch me!” – the ugly brawl over a disabled parking spot.
- Burns Girl
Set on fire by her ex-boyfriend – she’s scarred for life, but he just got community service.
- Unmaking A Murder
The untold story behind one of the biggest miscarriages of justice in legal history.
- Old Thief
The senior citizen alleged criminal who might be Australia’s oldest burglar.
- Police Tunnel Vision
The killing that should never have happened – his mate the witness, and how police could have prevented it.
- Police Tunnel Vision
Adelaide’s fatal fight over firearms – the bizarre police obsession that needlessly claimed a life.