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  • Thursday, 17th April 2014
  • Justice at last for brave rape victim

    Tonight an A Current Affair exclusive; justice at last for a brave rape victim. She spoke up after her attacker was given a "soft sentence" and even allowed out on bail. Now, her determination has been rewarded after the court of appeal acted and came down on the man who raped her like a tonne of bricks.
  • Seniors' discounts made easy

    It's the new technology making life easier for seniors. Now, everything from finding the best bargains to making new friends is literally at your fingertips. A Current Affair shows you how.
  • Silent drug wave in our suburbs

    It’s legal, it’s prescribed by doctors and it’s tearing families apart. Tonight on A Current Affair, we show you the highly addictive painkiller creating addicts of everyday mums, dads and grandparents in the suburbs.
  • Heartless daughter boots elderly parents to curb

    How could she be so cruel? She’s the heartless daughter forcing her elderly parents to live in the garage of their own home. She promised to look after them but now that time has come, she says she doesn’t care. On A Current Affair, tonight.
  • Wednesday, 16th April 2014
  • Teacher defends $100k non-work payout

    It's the sort of accident that could happen to anyone, tripping over on a raised footpath. But a 71-year-old school teacher stands to gain $100,000 or more because it happened to him, on his way to work at a local school.
  • Faulty washing machine poses deadly fire risk

    A humble household appliance, turned ticking time bomb. On A Current Affair tonight, we show you how potentially dangerous an everyday washing machine can be.
  • Footy great's gambling shame

    He's one of the biggest men and biggest names in Australian soccer but Zeljko Kalac hides a very dark secret. He's bankrupt owing more than half a million dollars, forcing one of his many creditors to lose his OWN home paying for Zelko's debts.
  • Tuesday, 15th April 2014
  • Million dollar home could be yours for $5

    It could be the cheapest investment you've ever made – with possibly the biggest return. Growing an impressive property portfolio is something most of us can only dream of - but imagine winning one instantly – and all for just five dollars. A Current Affair tells you how.
  • AC/DC rumoured to split

    Forty years, 200 million albums and a 59-year-old schoolboy on lead guitar. They’re Australia’s favourite migrant kids who rose to fame with their own raw brand of rock ‘n’ roll. Now ACDC’s future as a band is under a cloud. A Current Affair looks at an Australian rock ‘n’ roll institution.
  • Is 52 too old to work?

    With talk about the pension age being lifted to 70, Aussie seniors are asking what kind of jobs are out there for them and whether they will be able to find a job at all. That's an issue weighing heavily on Jean Buchan's mind. At 52 she's been knocked back for a job because she was deemed to be too old. And you won't believe how she found out.

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