A Current Affair

October 2017

October 19, 2017

3.0 3 x
Pensioner Bev wasn’t having it when dodgy tradesmen tried to make some fast cash off her. Plus, the baby formula hero who confronted shoppers flouting the four-tin rule, and the best spring racing looks that won’t break the bank.

October 18, 2017

3.0 18 x
The latest on the sensational allegations that Crown Casino tampered with its poker machines to increase gamblers’ losses. Plus, the stunning legal battle between a retired carpenter and a multi-million dollar builder, and a great grocery sale to stretch your shopping dollar further.

October 17, 2017

4.0 16 x
Firebrand Senator Pauline Hanson has a devilish new plan to identify overseas scammers before you even answer their phone call. Plus, the questions surrounding Uber, and inside the new German hypermarket making its way to Australia.

October 13, 2017

3.0 30 x
Soft sentences keep being dished out by the courts, and many people are fed up with serious offenders being allowed back onto the streets. Plus, Sydney’s rogue GP moonlighting as a cosmetic surgeon finds more trouble, and this year’s Blockheads prepare to open their homes to the public.

October 10, 2017

3.0 17 x
An inside look riding shotgun with some of the toughest men and women in Australia’s police force. Plus, a Hockeyroo star’s cruel cancer con, the fall of a Hollywood mogul, and how to fit your home out with the latest gadgets without breaking the bank.

October 9, 2017

4.0 22 x
A Current Affair viewers have the chance to win one of five Tesla battery systems as more and more households across Australia turn to renewable energy. Plus, the government’s controversial new welfare crackdown, and a new postal service that will make Christmas shopping cheaper.

October 6, 2017

4.0 23 x
The Aussie friend of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock speaks to A Current Affair in a world exclusive. Plus, a wannabe rapper's king hit and why a model sued her dating agency.

October 3, 2017

3.0 16 x
An Australian survivor of the Las Vegas massacre that saw 59 people killed by a lone gunman has spoken out. Plus, the NSW police unit aimed at stopping precisely that kind of lone wolf attack, and the cut-price doctor who says he’s being targeted by the Health Minister

October 2, 2017

3.0 23 x
A gunman has opened fire at a country music festival in Las Vegas. Plus, the youthful crooks moving in gangs that don’t fear the justice system, and the alleged conman whose victims include an AFL legend.
September 2017

September 29, 2017

4.0 17 x
A Gold Coast carpet cleaner has been accused of deceiving his customers with tricky online advertising. Plus, the recall rights you need to know for a fair go, and the innovative solution to the public housing crisis.