Tuesday 27th March, 2012

Tuesday March 27, 2012
Beattie is back
Heather Beattie - wife of the former Premier - says she plans to seek Labor pre-selection to run for a seat on Brisbane City Council and TODAY Reporter Alison Ariotti gave us the details.

Pope on Tour
After winning over Mexico, Pope Benedict arrived in Cuba TODAY - hoping to boost the role of the Catholic Church. NINE U.S. Bureau Chief Robert Penfold filed a report for TODAY.

Most Clicked
TODAY presents some of the most popular internet items of the day.

Money minute
TODAY finance editor Ross Greenwood offers some valuable finance tips.

Jim Stynes Farewelled
Melbourne will honour AFL legend Jim Stynes with a state funeral following the 45 year olds passing last Tuesday after a three-year battle with cancer. TODAY reporter Christine Ahern joined the team from outside St Paul's Cathedral

Cyclist Rage
A battle between cyclists and drivers has gone viral in Sydney with an angry rider using the internet to track down a driver that allegedly assaulted him. Thousands of cyclists are joining the cause and TODAY Reporter Sylvia Jeffreys joined them team with the latest.

Beattie is Back
Heather Beattie, wife of the former Premier Peter, says she plans to seek Labor pre-selection to run for a seat on Brisbane City Council and TODAY caught up with her ahead of the campaign.

Out Of Control Parties
Concern is growing about the increasing number of out of control house parties after gate-crashers destroyed a house in Melbourne at the weekend and a policeman was assaulted attending a call to a violent party in Perth. TODAY Legal Expert Sam Macedone joined the team with some legal advice.

Entertainment news
TODAY Entertainment Editor Richard Wilkins spoke with Aussie superstar Rachel Taylor and gave us a sneak peak at the latest Twilight addition.

What's making news
TODAY was joined by Ray Hadley to discuss the latest media headlines.

Labor Struggling
NINE News Reporter Jacqueline Felgate joined TODAY from Canberra to discuss the Governments disastrous polling as coalition support continues to plummet.

Jim Stynes Farewelled
Melbourne will honour AFL legend Jim Stynes with a state funeral following the 45 year olds passing last Tuesday after a three-year battle with cancer. Melbourne Football Club President Don Mclardy joined TODAY ahead of the sad goodbye.

Bullying Program
One of the world's leading authorities on anti-bullying is promoting a radical new approach to dealing with schoolyard bullies. Bullying expert Professor Stuart Twemlow joined TODAY to tell us how he and his team are working to beat bullying.

Comeback Queen
Swimming Legend Liesel Jones is planning on competing in her fourth straight Olympics Games and TODAY caught up with the champion breastroker.

Lice Plague
Parents across the country are dealing with a Lice epidemic with a new breed of super lice infecting kids’ hair all over. Jennifer Holt Alexander from No More Nitz joined TODAY to tell us how to beat this infection.

Rock Bottom
The director of Titanic and Avatar, James Cameron, has achieved a dream by diving solo to the deepest part of the ocean. The eight hour, 11 kilometre deep plunge to the Marina Trench in the Pacific Ocean and TODAY had a chat with fellow adventurer Sir Richard Branson about the incredible feat.

Seeing Double
There are roughly 400,000 around Australia with more and more twins being born all the time. TODAY Reporter Mike Dalton attended a national Twins festival in Melbourne.

Jim Stynes Farewelled
Melbourne will honour AFL legend Jim Stynes with a state funeral following the 45 year olds passing last Tuesday after a three-year battle with cancer. NINE News Presenters Alicia Loxley and Tony Jones joined TODAY ahead of the sad goodbye.

Girls on the Grill
Karl grills Lisa and Ita Buttrose about the hottest trends and topics of the day.

Lemon Coconut Cake
TODAY Cook Julie Goodwin joined the team to whip up a delicious Lemon Coconut Cake.

Talking Hollywood
TODAY gossip guru’s Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.

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