PI to speak at luncheon

THE name’s Bond – Tiffany Bond.

Just like her namesake, the blonde Brisbanite uses her powers of seduction to catch the bad guys – usually cheating husbands.

The private investigator is a guest speaker at today’s Gatta Golden Greats Sports Luncheon, an annual fundraiser at the Coolangatta Surf Lifesaving Club.

After nearly four years in the Queensland Police Service, including a year undercover in the vice unit, Ms Bond now runs her own private investigation business specialising in infidelity.

“Every day is different; you don’t know what is going to come in the door,” she said.

An average day on the job for Ms Bond may include conducting DNA tests on a suspected partner’s underwear to see if there are any traces of another man or woman.

“It was a personal experience that inspired me to start up my company,” she said.

“The best part of my job is helping people. I love it.”

One of her stand-out cases, Ms Bond said, was a cheating husband who she discovered had an entire second family in the same town.

“I started my company because there was a gap in the market,” she said.

Ms Bond said she would share some of her more memorable stories at today’s fundraiser, including some from her time undercover in the prostitution unit.

Her experiences can be also found in her book, Confessions of a Female Private Investigator, which was launched last October.



70 firefighers, 8 water-bombing planes help at bushfire

70 firefighers, 8 water-bombing planes help at bushfire

"Challenging" bushfire still being controlled, but conditions may change

Inside the century old hydro plant which could power a town

premium_icon Inside the century old hydro plant which could power a town

It was first opened on Christmas Eve way back in 1925

Motorbike rider killed after crash at Alstonville

Motorbike rider killed after crash at Alstonville

39-year-old man suffered critical injuries and died at the scene

Local Partners