Doctor accused of killing patients
There are serious allegations emerging from Queensland Health this morning involving nearly 20 doctors accused of deliberately killing or maiming patients. TODAY
reporter Alison Ariotti had the details.
Visy linked to bike gang
The giant cardboard company, Visy, owned and controlled by the Pratt family has been accused of using the Hells Angels bikie gang as debt collectors. TODAY reporter Christine Ahern had more.
Two million people living in Western Sydney have been warned they face soaring temperatures and increased health problems, all due to global warming. TODAY reporter Sylvia Jeffreys joined the team from Penrith in Sydney's West.
Politicians on all sides are calling for an end to personal attacks and rumour mongering and the Prime Minister will sit down with the independents to work out a new code of conduct for all MP’s. For more TODAY was joined by NINE news political reporter John O'Doherty.
With 8 million shoppers at stake, Woollies and Coles are stepping up the battle for your loyalty. TODAY finance expert Ross Greenwood had more.
Rugby for everyone
Playing sport can be a real challenge for people with disabilities. But a group of disabled rugby league fans has formed their own competition and recently played in front of a very big crowd.
Santana and One Direction comp
TODAY entertainment editor Richard Wilkins caught up with guitarist Carlos Santana and the Dickie also had all the details for the much anticipated One Direction competition.
TODAY psychologist Jo Lamble joined the team to discuss the controversial topic of smacking children.
Beating food allergies
Food allergies are a source of great discomfort for many kids and a big concern for parents too. Associate professor Katie Allen is from the Ilhan Food Allergy Foundation and she joined TODAY with some tips.
For more information visit www.foodallergy.org or www.allergy.org.au
The teacher's aide making a big difference at Hills Meade primary school. His name is "Oakley" and he has four legs. TODAY 's Christine Ahern met the popular pooch.
Strong body at any age
Growing older doesn't mean you have to look or feel old. Feel Good Physio Anna Louise Bouvier joined TODAY with some exercise tips on how to keep your body strong, no matter what age you are.
It's been an action packed few weeks, with millions tuning in to watch The Voice. We saw the coaches select their final 6 in the battle rounds last week and tonight, the live shows begin.
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