This week in politics
Opposition leader Tony Abbott joined TODAY
from Melbourne to discuss the latest political issues and topics around the country.
TODAY presents some of the most popular internet items of the day.
Daryl "The Big Marn" Brohman and Jason "Aker" Akermanis joined TODAY to discuss all the things sport for the week and the upcoming rounds of footy.
TODAY finance expert Ross Greenwood offers some valuable finance tips.
House Fire Nightmare
A house fire in Melbourne’s west claimed the lives of at least two people and another person unaccounted for. NINE News Reporter Laura Turner was at the scene in clayton south and joined TODAY with the latest.
TODAY Reporter Christine Ahern joined the team from Melbourne after a truck carrying 400 sheep overturned at a highway overpass, sending the animals flying onto the princes highway below
TODAY Finance Expert Ross Greenwood joined the team to talk about the current interest rates that are hurting Australians nationwide.
Former prime minister John Howard has been honoured by the queen and Prince Charles conducted a final inspection ahead of the weekend's jubilee celebrations TODAY Europe Correspondent Peter Stefanovic reported.
TODAY Legal Expert Sam Macedone joined the team after two men have been declared the official parents of a surrogate baby, after the supreme court ruled that the mother's name should not appear on the birth certificate.
TODAY looked at a new trend sweeping the US that is assisting people struggling with baldness.
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 Neil Breen to discuss the latest media headlines.
TODAY Medical Expert Dr Ric Gordon joined the team after European scientists have had ground breaking results in helping severely paralysed rats walk again.
Royal Correspondent Gavin Grey joined TODAY from London as the final countdown is on to the queen's jubilee, and Prince Charles has been out and about checking on preparations
Today is national buddy day - a campaign to raise awareness of bullying in primary schools and how to overcome it. Jesinta Campbell is one of the "buddy day" ambassadors and she joined TODAY to tell us more. For more information visit www. buddyday.org.au
When she's not tending to the cows and sheep on the family farm in south Gippsland, runner Kaila Mcknight is busy preparing for the London Olympics. As TODAY reporter Christine Ahern discovered - Kaila's home town of Stony Creek couldn't be prouder.
Cooking with the Boys
Karl and Ben take us through one of their favourite dishes – Peking Duck.
Girls on the Grill
Karl grills Georgie and Nikki Gemmell about the hottest trends and topics of the day.
The Voice coach and world rock-star Joel Madden joined TODAY to talk about his career, coaching and family.
TODAY gossip guru’s Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.