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  • Wednesday, 28th October 2015
  • Cruises

    Passengers are being promised bigger and better luxury liners travelling to more destinations. A Current Affair have done the homework on the most affordable family cruise holidays this summer.
  • Chinese Loans

    One of China's biggest financial institutions is behind the offer to purchase off-the-plan apartments in Melbourne and the Gold Coast. The deal is certainly at odds with efforts by Australian regulators to tighten lending standards.
  • Tuesday, 22nd September 2015
  • Credit Rewards

    There's a shake-up in the lending market. Banks and credit unions have begun waiving credit card fees for good borrowers and offering loans at lower rates for people with excellent credit histories.
  • Monday, 21st September 2015
  • Mortgage Holidays

    How does a free holiday to New York or Paris sound? That's just one of the perks on offer as the big banks fight hard for your home loan signature.
  • Wednesday, 19th March 2014
  • Millions in unclaimed lotto dreams

    There are lotto millions just sitting there, waiting for their winners.

    On A Current Affair, it's the biggest-ever pot of unclaimed millions waiting for lucky Australians to come and grab their dreams.

  • Friday, 7th February 2014
  • Jackpot granny banned for winning

    Grandmother Millie Tonkin doesn't mind the occasional flutter and she's pretty darn good at it. In fact, she has been winning so much, she's now been banned.
  • Wednesday, 5th February 2014
  • ANZ faces payout after fees ruled illegal

    A Current Affair's Howard Gipps takes you through the federal court judgement handed down in the class action against ANZ bank fees.
  • Backyard income: The investment that pays for itself

    They're the everyday homeowners bringing in $200-$400 plus a week from the soil in their backyards. Their secret; Granny flats, utilising otherwise wasted space. A Current Affair helps you uncover the treasure hidden right under your nose.
  • Monday, 3rd February 2014
  • Super Bowl advertising takes centre stage

    In the world of advertising, there's no greater stage than America's Super Bowl. Each year, the budgets get bigger and the ideas bolder but is this the best television commercial ever made?
  • Overseas investors buy up Aussie suburbs

    It's the billion dollar buy up. Thousands of overseas investors are flying in and buying up Aussie suburbs. Now, A Current Affair reveals where and what it's doing to home prices.

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