This week in politics
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy joined TODAY
from Canberra to discuss the latest political issues and topics around the country.
TODAY presents some of the most popular internet items of the day.
TODAY finance expert Ross Greenwood offers some valuable finance tips.
Axed rower Pippa Savage is fighting to keep her Olympic dream alive, vowing to appeal the decision to boot her off the Australia's quad sculls team. TODAY Reporter Christine Ahern was in Melbourne with the latest.
TODAY Finance Expert Ross Greenwood joined the team to discuss how people can cash in on the mining boom around Australia and
Wikileaks boss Julian Assange has lost his final appeal, after Britain's supreme court ruled that he can be extradited to Sweden. Nine Europe Correspondent Peter Stefanovic gave us the latest on the situation.
TODAY Reporter Sylvia Jeffreys was at Westmead Hospital in Sydney where an number of children have been reported showing symptoms of measles.
Lack of Sleep
Do you feel like you spend your days running on empty? a new survey says the average Aussie misses out on two weeks sleep every year. TODAY Medical Expert Dr Ric Gordon joined the team to tell us how we can improve our sleep patterns.
TODAY caught up with South Australian fisherman Rowan Cozzela after he and his crew caught a 112kg Tuna fish worth close to $20,000 on the Japanese Tuna market.
TODAY Entertainment Editor Richard Wilkins gave us a preview on the hottest films to soon hit our big screens.
What's making news
TODAY was joined by Ita Buttrose to discuss the latest media headlines.
Thousands of public school teachers in Victoria have vowed to walk off the job next Thursday over a pay dispute with the state government. Mary Bluett from the teachers union joined TODAY from Melbourne with the latest.
It seemed to be one of the longest pregnancies in Hollywood - Jessica Simpson's baby bump was watched intently by the world's media - and TODAY got its first look at her bundle of joy, baby Maxwell.
14 year old Melbourne schoolboy Jacob Arnott runs a sports blog and has won a spot in the London media centre to write from the games. He caught up with TODAY to tell us about his dream job.
It¡Çs a feat no female aussie athlete has achieved before - five consecutive olympic games. But it's almost a reality for champion beach volley-baller Natalie Cook. TODAY reporter Alison Ariotti met natalie and her dynamic partner Tamsin Hinchley. If you'd like to sponsor Natalie Cook and Tamsin Hinchley in their bid for Olympic glory, the best way to get in contact with them is via their Facebook pages: www.facebook.com/#!/NatCookVB and www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Tamsin-Hinchley
As part of the royal family's jubilee celebrations, Princes William and Harry sat down with American journalist Katie Couric for a revealing interview.
Girls on the Grill
Karl grills Georgie and Mia Freedman about the hottest trends and topics of the day.
Cooking with Luke
Celebrity Chef Luke Mangan joined TODAY to cook us a delicious cauliflower & leek soup with curry spice.
TODAY gossip guru¡Çs Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.