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12 July 2011, 12:00
Based on true events and set in the corrupt world of Sydney’s drug dealers and the coppers who police them, Underbelly - The Golden Mile, is the story of the excesses of the empire, seen through the eyes of some of the most sexy, charming, unscrupulous and deadly people of the time.
It’s all change in episode six, but is it for the better?
Still plotting for the commissioner's post, corrupt cop Dennis Kelly joins the National Crime Authority to "jazz up" his résumé. But despite outward appearances, he hasn't truly banished his dodgy ways.
With her career in tatters, whistleblower Debbie Webb makes a fateful decision to join the fraud squad.
Meanwhile, fed-up with prostitution, Kim Hollingsworth considers her career options.
Probationary Constable Wendy Jones, an eager new recruit on the Kings Cross beat, crosses paths with nightclub owner John Ibrahim. The attraction is instant and mutual.
Debbie Webb is not one to sit idly. Although her friendship with fellow whistleblower Michael Drury offers some amusement, being second-in-charge of the useless "Gotcha Cars" taskforce is a living hell.
Last updated: 19 July 2011, 12:12