To mark the Herald on Sunday's 15th anniversary, we have gone back to some of our biggest newsmakers to find out where they are now.

"I was an absolute fool," says Stephen Versalko of the period in his life when he stole $17.8 million, spending large chunks of it on prostitutes and fine wine.

It cost him his career as a banking professional, his liberty, his standing in the community, the family home and his wife Megan.

Now Versalko is working as a painter in the Auckland area, a far cry from the high-flying lifestyle he enjoyed when working as

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