- Drowning Tragedy
The tragic drowning of an African boy at Glenelg sparks an ugly war of words.
- Balloon Ban
Bursting their balloons – the push to ban a family favourite.
Adelaide’s double-dealing dognapper – claiming lost pedigree pooches as her own, then selling them for profit.
- Toilet Tourism
Toilet tourism – the Aussie towns with remarkable public restrooms.
- Ladies Night Out
The politically correct push for gender-neutral driver’s licences and no more “ladies’ nights”.
- Coffin Fraud Update
A whistleblower lifts the lid on the funeral industry after a grandmother’s high-priced coffin was switched for a cheap pine box.
- Coffin Swap
A pauper’s send-off at a princely price – the funeral home accused of switching an expensive coffin for a cheap pine box.
- Cancer Books
The mum who lost her life to cancer but left behind special bedtime stories for her young children.
- Trolley Money
A grateful grandmother reunited with her life savings, left behind in a shopping bag.
- Illegal Migrants
The 60,000 illegal migrants compromising Australia’s security and economy.
- RFDS Premmie Baby
Flying doctors who saved a baby’s life – now, an emotional reunion 15 years on.
- HomeStart Eviction
He almost lost his life, now they’re losing their house – how to protect your family from heartless home lenders.
- Port Public Servants
Port Adelaide’s mayor hits back at the city public servants refusing to work in Power territory.
- McCartney Tickets Update
A Salvation Army boss admits donated Paul McCartney tickets, meant for the homeless, were given to his daughter.
- Hemp Beer
Here’s to hemp – taste-testing one of Australia’s first hemp-seed beers.
- Autism Dog
Adelaide’s unlikely assistance dogs – the family pets stepping up and changing lives.
- Peanut's Return
Adelaide’s kidnapped cockatoo – the incredible search that’s brought Peanut home for Christmas.
- McCartney Tickets
A good deed gone bad – concert tickets donated to charity, but charity workers went themselves.
- Marijuana Economy
Cashing in on the marijuana economy – we visit the US to see what South Australia’s missing out on.
- Vegan House
The house you can rent, but only if you eat what the landlord tells you to.
- Southern Pop-ups
Struggling Adelaide small businesses outraged at having to compete with summer pop-up shops.
- Lightsview Water
The Adelaide family unknowingly drinking recycled water for four years. How many more homes are affected?
- Cancer Wedding
Wedding belles – a race-against-time hospital wedding for a special Aussie couple.
- Queen Street Massacre
Face to face with a mass murderer – the hero of one of Australia’s worst shootings, 30 years on.
“The world’s most controversial man” causes chaos Down Under, but does a silent majority often agree with his politically incorrect views?
- Riverland Plot
The alleged Riverland school massacre plot – how safe are South Australian schools?
- Chicken Memorial
Feathers fly over a proposed memorial for chickens killed in a truck crash.
- Adelaide Cat Burglar
Adelaide’s cat burglar – stealing fancy felines and selling them online.
- Don Burke Victims
An Adelaide woman’s shocking allegations against embattled TV star Don Burke.
- Don Burke
The TV industry left reeling after shocking sexual harassment claims against Don Burke.
- Fairytale Ban
The politically correct push to ban Sleeping Beauty.
- Dog Bite Grandma
Our dog attack epidemic – the grandmother savaged by her neighbour’s pet, and now too scared to leave the house.
- BWS Ban
Forty-nine and refused service at his local bottle shop – the teacher treated like an underage student.
- Adelaide Donkeys
The innocent victims of a failed foreign export deal – fears for dozens of Adelaide donkeys.
- Termite Auction
For sale: one termite-damaged house – Adelaide’s most unbelievable real-estate bargain.
- Cashless Society
Australia’s card-only economy – is this the end of cash jobs and charities?
- Low Deposit Loans
Making home ownership affordable again – keys in your hand from just two grand.
- Drag Racing Dad
The father of Anita Board, the eight-year-old drag racer tragically killed at an event on Saturday, speaks publicly for the first time.
- Espy Drone
The inspiring young tetraplegic who’s found a way to fly, and a brand new career.
- Oval Prices
Eye-watering, not mouth-watering – sports fans see red as Adelaide Oval hikes its food and drink prices.
- Meat Joke
The Woolworths joke that’s meat-ing with controversy.
- Weed Killers
The king of the weed killers – we put them to the test for potency and price.
- Sausage Sizzle Fight
Hitting a snag – the Adelaide charity sausage sizzle that’s been booted from a local shopping centre.
- Illegal Parking
Adelaide’s parking vigilantes – dobbing in drivers, helping inspectors do their dirty work.
- Model Plane
The amazing remote-controlled jumbo jet that looks, and flies, like the real thing.
- Owl Rescue
Adelaide’s orphaned owl – from hatchling to fledgling Facebook star.
- Bunnings House
Budget build – the single mum who built a new home for just $13k.
- Sinking House 2017
That sinking feeling – the woman whose house is disappearing beneath her.
- Digger Memorial
A special honour for Australia’s war hero dog, Digger.
- Storm Insurance
Surviving a natural disaster, only to be left out in the cold by your insurer.
- Controversial Man
“The world’s most controversial man” brings his war on political correctness to Adelaide.
- Water Towers
Living in a water tower – the recycled Adelaide real estate in hot demand.
- Falcon Release
Time to spread her wings – the emotional moment when an orphaned falcon, reared by hand, is released back into the wild.
- Paraplegic Motorbike
The amazing motorbike that’s helped a paraplegic rider get back on the road.
- Foodbank SA
Skipping meals to pay bills – why more than 100,000 South Australians now can’t afford to eat.
- Holden Dream Cruise
One more for the road – Holden lovers’ nostalgic journey before the Elizabeth factory closes forever.
- Tower Fight Follow
Phone-tower warfare – the ugly battle when one goes up next door.
- Shirley's 21st
The club with thousands of members … all named Shirley.
- Qantas Coins
Throwing money away – how Aussies are losing millions of dollars in loose change, instead of putting it to good use.
- Barbara Hardy
Why an SA living legend, conservation pioneer Barbara Hardy, has received one too many honours.