Millions of dollars in unseen damage caused.
A lot of questions are going to be asked in the future about the 2011 floods. A common question will be: Why weren't we warned?
Spruiker faces lengthy jail sentence.
Investors protest outside the Bangaru apartment block in 2005
They will never recover. But I will. One day, I will have it all back again. You just wait and see.
How sellers can save thousands of dollars.
It's probably real estate's biggest con. It's affecting thousands of sellers every month.
Harcourts and the hardest word.
Ben Gough. Claims to have done nothing wrong.
Ben Gough couldn't find a buyer for the Batchelor family. But when Ben Gough was the owner he soon managed to find a buyer - and at a greatly increased price.
And the price of a promise.
Maria Di Benedetto.
Imagine the stress on Maria and the other families. For four years, they lived with the threat of being evicted from their homes at any moment.
Real crims and real estate crims.
Sean Kenny - banned.
Sean Kenny robbed an elderly lady of $250,000. He gets to keep the loot. Mark Larcombe has been ripping off elderly folk for years.
And his "nice little earner".
Max Brealey - Involved in the same scam since 1980.
If rogues were in the Guinness Book of Records, Max would certainly get an entry.
What the public should know.
Don't just listen to what people say, watch what they do. Their actions are more important than their words. Talk is so cheap.
The motive behind false auction statistics.
Enzo Raimondo, CEO of the REIV.
Auctions are the worst way to sell a property, especially in a tough market such as now.
The state of the market depends on what you do.
Never be shy about making a low offer."The worst that can happen is that the seller will say No.