- Professor David David
Fifty years of rebuilding children’s lives - the incredible career of an Adelaide surgeon.
A safety warning after toxic chemicals were found in a popular children’s toy.
- Lost Abuse Reports
South Australian children left at risk – how more than 8000 abuse reports slipped through the cracks.
- Disabled Girl Isabella
Told she’d never walk, the brave little girl already defying the odds.
- Medication Mishap
The five-year-old given another student’s medication – how could this Adelaide school get it so wrong?
- Strep A
The infection more common than meningococcal, and just as deadly – a warning to all parents.
- Shock Tactics
The shock new tactics to help teens make smarter decisions about drugs, alcohol and driving.
- Little Lucy Update
Little Lucy comes to Adelaide – can our doctors give her a chance at a normal life?
- Firefighter Alex
Fireman Alex says thank you – thousands turn out in the city to see a brave boy’s wish come true.
- Blind Archie
The baby born with no eyes – can doctors help little Archie reach his full potential?
- NDIS Delays
Adelaide parents crying out for help – why the new NDIS is failing them.
- Smart Play
The traditional toys going hi-tech to tempt children away from computer screens.
- Wonder Woman
Australia’s real-life “Wonder” – her inspiring story reflected on the big screen.
- Spider Boy
Adelaide’s “Spider-Boy” – the brave kid now officially a superhero.
- Little Lucy
The race to save Little Lucy – can Adelaide doctors give her a chance at a normal life?
- ARIA Teacher
Adelaide’s ARIA-nominated teacher – winning in the classroom, not on the charts.
- Assistance Dogs
The special dogs transforming the lives of young people with autism.
- Evie Parliament
Little Evie goes to Parliament as family violence victims continue their fight for justice.
- Dream Ride 2017
The special Adelaide teens about to get the rock star treatment.
- Kids Outside
The controversial childcare centre where kids sleep outside, even in winter.
- Jack's Smile
Life-changing surgery for the little boy unable to smile.
- Abuse Hotline
Why thousands of calls to SA’s child abuse hotline are still going unanswered.
- Butterfly Children
Butterfly children – the new research hope for special kids whose skin is as fragile as butterfly wings.
- Alexia Update
Doctors gave her just three weeks to live, but now three months on, this brave Adelaide girl continues to defy the odds.
- Allergy Bullies
Allergy bullies – schoolyard tormenters risking kids’ lives by forcing them to eat foods they’re allergic to.
- Syngap 1
Instant blackout – the world’s rarest disorder strikes twice in the same Aussie family.
- Million Dollar Run Update
We catch up with SA’s million-dollar runner on his long road to Brisbane.
- Families SA Priority
Strange priorities – is SA’s child protection department targeting good parents instead of bad?
- Kids Anti-Depressants
Kids on antidepressants – the alarming side-effects parents aren’t told about.
- Formula Rush
Where is all the infant milk formula? Adelaide stores milked of supplies.
When a common childhood illness turns deadly. The vaccination warning to all families.
- Million Dollar Run
Meet SA’s kindest and most generous family. Selling up their entire life just to donate to strangers in need.
- Saving Alexia Update
Saving Alexia – one last hope for the brave Adelaide girl with a rare brain tumour.
- Nappy Tests
Nappy happy – the best brands for your baby’s bottom, and your bottom line.
- Smiley Riley Seaworld
Swimming with dolphins – Adelaide’s brave “Smiley Riley” lives his dream, thanks to the generosity of our viewers.
- Baby Maths App
The maths app for babies as young as six months that’s dividing experts.
- Smiley Riley
Adelaide’s Smiley Riley – the brave boy losing a leg but who still wants to run.
- Saving Alexia
Saving Adelaide’s little Alexia – her last hope, and how you can help.
- Drugs in Schools
SA’s student drug dealers – the secret network that will shock parents.
- Go Fund Me Dispute
The fight to save little Isobel – her charity funds frozen by heartless government bureaucrats.
- Bad Chaperones
Adelaide’s bad chaperones – drunk and disorderly while caring for kids.
- Sophie's Story
The teenager who died on SA’s long hospital waiting list. If she’d been Victorian, she might still be alive.
- Teen Mobile Phone Plans
My first mobile – the best and cheapest plans for your child’s mobile phone.
- Scummy Mummy Follow
Unmasking Adelaide’s scummy mummy – how did authorities ignore this shocking web of drugs and child abuse?
- Scummy Mummy
Adelaide’s scummy mummy – the mother and foster carer caught showing her kids how to take drugs.
- Dopey Daredevils
Daredevil or dope? The young man risking life and limb for internet fame.
- Santa Myth
No, ho, ho! Parenting expert Grinches who say it’s wrong to let our kids believe in Father Christmas.
- Bali Drug Teen
Aussie teen Jamie Murphy’s Bali nightmare – we crossed to TT reporter Graeme Butler for the latest.
- Child Brides
SA’s child brides – a Muslim girl speaks out, an Adelaide cleric confirms it, but authorities do nothing.
- Triple P Parenting
Stress-free parenting – the world-renowned free program now available to SA mums and dads.
- Prisoner Daughter Follow
The chilling new threats from the troubled teen terrorising her family because she can’t get professional help.
- NT Youth Detention
The shock resignation of NT youth detention royal commissioner Brian Martin, who presided over some of SA’s most contentious criminal cases.
- Guitar Doctor
Adelaide’s Dr Feel Good – the musical medico’s healing hands.
- Prisoner Daughter
The troubled teen locked in her bedroom while her family fears for their lives.
- Little Heroes Foundation 20 years
They started with a loyal team of supporters and got to work on Ronald McDonald house... Tonight we celebrate 20 years of incredible work by the Little Heroes Foundation
It's a safe and secure online space where families connect and kids can learn how to behave online, without real world consequences
- William Thanks
Brave William – the little boy who lost his leg when a tree fell on it – gets to thank the ambos who saved his life.
- Plain Toys
The controversial proposal to ban toys that aren’t gender neutral. Will it help stop domestic violence or just lessen kids’ fun?
- Izla Meers
When Izla Meers was just four months old she was struck down with West syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy.
- Hair donor
Teased for growing his hair long bullies pick on an Adelaide school boy's work for a cancer charity