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  • Thursday, 11th February 2016
  • Product of the Year

    The Product of the Year Awards, as voted by Australia's supermarket shoppers.
  • Self Serve Ban

    It's the overhaul at supermarket self-serve check-outs. To reduce customer frustration, Coles has now removed error messages in the bagging area at some stores.
  • Split Boys

    The three men who pleaded guilty to raping a young woman in Croatia but returned to Australia free men.
  • Sleazy Garbos

    The garbos accused of sleazy behaviour towards women while on their daily rounds.
  • Bargo Murder

    A family's desperate plea to solve their daughter's murder cold case.
  • Wednesday, 10th February 2016
  • Chip Slip

    Stephen Benton loves football and loves going to watch the AFL. But one match left him floored after he slipped on hot chips in a stadium kiosk.
  • Aldi Clothes

    The retail heavyweight entering the budget fashion market. Aldi have launched an affordable new range, but how do the garments rate on quality?
  • Stalker Free

    Two years ago, serial stalker Dan Shearin was convicted of using a mobile phone to menace and harass his former girlfriend, who fell to her death from his high-rise apartment. Now, he's faced court again after bombarding another woman with abusive text messages and phone calls.
  • Van Ryn Appeal

    The dramatic court development in the case of convicted child sex abuser Morris Van Ryn.
  • Refugee Welfare

    Australia's refugee welfare system under the microscope.

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