Week in review
Opposition leader Tony Abbott joined TODAY
from Canberra to review the week in Federal Parliament.
TODAY presents some of the most popular internet items of the day.
TODAY finance editor Ross Greenwood offers some valuable finance tips.
To follow Ross on twitter visit @Ross_Greenwood
AFL legend Jason Akermanis and the ‘Big Marn,’ Darryl Brohman preview a massive weekend of football and give their tips on who will be the big winners.
For more information visit www.afl.com.au or
Charlton flood victim insurance battle
With Queenslanders still battling uncaring insurers over flood payouts, families in Victoria are also fighting for a fair go. TODAY reporter Christine Ahern has more.
To follow Christine on twitter visit @ChristineAhern
TODAY looks at the Oasis Youth Centre in inner-city Sydney, where thousands of homeless youth go in search of support.
For more information visit www.theoasismovie.com.au
TODAY was joined by Aussie marathon runner Pat Farmer who will today embark on a record breaking trip called pole-to-pole, running from the North Pole all the way to the South Pole.
For more information visit www.poletopolerun.com
TODAY celebrates Australia’s little people achieving big things!
Email your Little Legend to firstname.lastname@example.org
TODAY entertainment editor Richard Wilkins has all the latest on country superstar Keith Urban’s Australian tour; TODAY meets 17 year old school boy turned YouTube sensation Steven Rossitto, plus all the details on legendary Australian band ‘The Church’ who are celebrating their 30 years together.
To follow Richard on twitter visit @RichardWilkins
What's Making News
Deb Thomas from Australian Women’s Weekly joined TODAY to discuss the latest media headlines.
For more information visit www.aww.ninemsn.com.au
The royal couple’s start to married life could be a little un-romantic with rumours Prince William and Kate Middleton will be house-sharing with Prince Harry. Royal journalist Claudia Joseph had more.
RALPH model of the year
TODAY reporter Kristie Carter finds out what it takes for the chance to grace the pages of RALPH Magazine.
To follow Krisite on Twitter visit @Kristie_Carter
Better posture for kids
We all know kids don't have the best posture, often slouching in front of the TV, or at the dinner table. But how is it affecting their long-term spinal health? TODAY got the advice of feel good physio Anna Louise Bouvier.
For more information visit www.thefeelgoodbody.com.au ,
The 17-day diet
You can forget the books and videos, there's a new diet that's getting amazing results and it's on the net - it's the 17 day diet and it's spreading fast.
For more information visit www.the17daydiet.com
Girls on the grill
TODAY has a new segment - Karl grills Lisa and Georgie about the hottest topics of the day!
TODAY gossip guru Richard Reid brings you the latest from Tinseltown.
To follow Richard on twitter visit @RReidsHollywood