A Current Affair

June 2019
24:00

June 17, 2019

4.0 0 x
No-one at a family lunch knew their fish and chips would come with a side of poison and a trip to the hospital. Plus, the dogs teachers say are helping children become better readers, and how to find the best puffer jacket for winter.
21:00

June 13, 2019

4.0 2 x
It’s in one of Australia’s best-known cities, but this busy shopping centre has become at times a bare-knuckle boxing ring. Plus, the Lego bandits stealing from stores around Sydney, and the ugly side to the beauty “quick fix” of botox.
19:00

June 12, 2019

3.0 12 x
The Hyde family’s trip couldn’t have gone any worse – confusion over their Airbnb booking forced them to sleep in their car, then, in a retirement village. Plus, the former drug-addicted criminal trying to save his client’s lives, and how sharing a name brought two women a lot of drama.
23:00

June 11, 2019

3.0 9 x
Mary Dewes is 83, needs a walking frame to get around, and suffers memory loss, but that didn’t stop a car dealer selling the great-grandmother a 1.7-tonne ute she can’t even drive. Plus, the volunteer firefighter who is battling both cancer and the Country Fire Authority, and a city council’s impossible order to a local b...
24:00

June 10, 2019

4.0 5 x
A passenger who hailed a cab from the airport for a short ride home didn’t realise she’d have a front-row seat to the performance of a lifetime. Plus, videos from the personal collections of Michael Hutchence and Kylie Minogue shed new light on their relationship, and inside the fight to see Justine Ruszczyk’s killer jaile...
May 2019
22:00

May 30, 2019

4.0 11 x
Henry and Sue don’t want to sleep next to a loaded gun, but they say they have no choice after a frightening home invasion. Plus, a woman accused of punching a police officer is still working in childcare, and the new must-watch series and movies coming to streaming this winter.
23:00

May 29, 2019

4.0 5 x
A violent dance-floor attack sent a young woman to hospital with a serious bite wound to her cheek after an ugly catfight with another club-goer. Plus, judgement day for mother of NRL star Payne Haas, and ways to help you beat the rat race.
22:00

May 23, 2019

3.0 9 x
Wayne Greenhalgh was the unlucky victim in a terror attack that almost killed him, and he still carries pain and anger from that terrible day. Plus, tourists are being given the opportunity to explore the Great Barrier Reef in a mini-submarine, and the Instagram star mum who’s caught the attention of police.
24:00

May 22, 2019

3.0 11 x
Joan Thomas says her bank “lost” her money – close to a million dollars – but the bank denies she ever had an account with them. Plus, the families who say they’re out of pocket thousands of dollars because of lies and shoddy work, and the debate over the dangers of violent video games continues.
22:00

May 17, 2019

4.0 3 x
Bob Hawke was “The People’s Prime Minister”. He rolled up his sleeves and tackled huge reforms, always true to his trade union roots, but equally comfortable with the big end of town, and indeed on the world stage. By his own admission, he was a flawed man, controversial and passionate. It was all part of his great charm.
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