The good, the bad and the difficult - what happens when the people living next door turn your life upside down?
New Season: Tonight it's a dawn chorus debacle in Owhango. Ex-cop Graham Bell has to switch on the sirens to silence the accusations flying between Karen and neighbours Colin and Cindy.
Tonight, home renovation meets homophobia in West Auckland. It's a Titirangi tiz that's gone halfway round the world, as Wallace Chapman officiates our first ever international mediation.
Tonight, moggies are missing and some locals say there's a serial killer at work. It's got the experts baffled and the neighbours spooked.
When is a house not a house? When it's a boat... the size of a house. Neighbours timbers are shivering at the three story catamaran next door.
Tonight, homebrew and moonshine have turned once friendly neighbours into bitter enemies in Avondale. Mark Sainsbury is on hand to mediate.
In Otahuhu, there's grave-like excavations, ghostly stains, and rogue roots causing havoc. Radio announcer Dom Harvey sweeps in to help stop the cracks.
Apartheid practices on a driveway in Auckland have led to surveillance, threats and dressing downs in the dressing gown. Further south in the naki, an attempt to go off-grid causes a lot of grief.
In Palmerston North, there's sexual tension on the shared driveway. What started as a cheeky flirtation has now escalated to X-rated accusations between two neighbours.
In Pongakawa, neighbours are fighting over the desecration of a charming local lane. While further south, Tracey's tranquil Tarawera getaway has blown up over a boundary breach.
Season Final: The best of the worst: For tonight's explosive finale, we've ransacked our back catalogue to bring together a cataclysmic collage of the most unbelievable moments of the past decade.