State of Origin
A special origin edition of sports talk with blues legend Andrew Johns and Queenslander Darryl "The Big Marn" Brohman joining TODAY
for the ultimate pump up.
Drink coffee, live longer
A recent study has found that not only is coffee good for you, it can even help you live longer. TODAY medical expert Dr Ric Gordon had the details.
Wedding dance sensation
The first dance at your wedding is a daunting prospect for many newlyweds, but one couple took to the challenge with great gusto. The stars of that video are Aussies Frankie and Ryan Van Hoorn and TODAY tracked them down in London.
Melbourne siege is over
The two day siege in Melbourne is over and when the end came, it was sudden, and dramatic. TODAY reporter Christine Ahern is at the scene in Keilor East, and Herald Sun Crime Expert Charlie Bezzina from our Melbourne studio.
For the "Herald Sun crime expert Charlie Bezzina's full analysis visit www.heraldsun.com.au
The legend of Bigfoot
For centuries, the legend known as Bigfoot has intrigued hundreds and thousands of people across the globe. Now, one man has made it his mission to find the creature and he's come to Australia to continue the search. Matt Moneymaker joined TODAY.
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Lamb and barley soup
Lisa Wilkinson joined the rest of the team to make her favourite winter warmer, lamb and barley soup.
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