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  • Friday, 29th May 2015
  • Rogue Tradie

    Meet the Aussie builder who is famous for running away. But as much as he'd like to, he can't run away from the Queensland Building and Construction Commission.
  • Orange Juice

    With so many different types now populating the supermarket shelves, A Current Affair puts Orange Juice to the ultimate test.
  • Cruise Deals

    Passenger numbers for Australians cruising are on the rise, so A Current Affair went on board to find out what you get and took a look at the best deals for those looking to escape the winter chill.
  • Pawn Kings

    The long-held stigma is that pawn shops are a clearing house for stolen goods and the last roll of the dice for those with dodgy finances. But that's about to change, with a new show launching in Australia next month.
  • Thursday, 28th May 2015
  • Energy Audit

    A Current Affair tells you which of your everyday appliances chew up the most power and how you can track the amount of energy you're using, to avoid nasty bill shock.
  • Email Boss

    The explosive emails, revealed as part of evidence in an unfair dismissal claim, which prove a boss did little to help a teenage girl who claims she was bullied in the workplace.
  • Overseas Fast Fashions

    With the major international fast fashion retailers expanding across Australia, A Current Affair puts their clothing under the microscope to see what kind of product they're offering and whether you're getting a good deal.
  • Powerball 14 Update

    A Current Affair brings you the latest updates from the Supreme Court of Victoria case launched by members of a former Geelong courier's lottery syndicate.
  • Wednesday, 27th May 2015
  • ATM Bandit

    He lived a lavish lifestyle funded by a 'loophole' in his bank's ATM system. Meet the man who managed to steal $1.6 million from the National Australia Bank over four-and-a-half years.
  • Woolworths Online

    A Current Affair takes a look inside the supermarket that looks real, is laid out like a real one, but doesn't open its doors to any customers.

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