As Western Australia was slammed by more violent winds this morning Emergency Services State Duty Director Darren Klemm and NINE Reporter Lee Steele joined TODAY
to give us an update on the conditions.
After a motorcycle daredevil overshot his landing and slammed into the ground, instead of landing in water. Dubbed "crazy mike" suffered serious injuries, but he may try it again GMA gave us a special report.
TODAY presents some of the most popular internet items of the day.
TODAY was joined by NRL Legends Darryl Brohman and Andrew Johns for a chat about what we could expect from tonights explosively predicted game 2 of the 2012 State of Origin series.
TODAY finance expert Ross Greenwood offers some valuable finance tips.
TODAY Reporter Alison Ariotti joined the team from Queensland after a man has died from being stabbed during a dispute at a petrol station near Logan in Queensland.
Olympics organisers have given us a sneak peak at what the London opening ceremony will look like - a lovely green english meadow, with sheep! NINE Europe Correspondent Peter Stefanovic gave us the report.
There are big concerns for hundreds of ford workers at the Broadmeadows and Geelong factories in Victoria after a big slump in Falcon sales. TODAY Reporter Christine Ahern joined the team with the latest from Melbourne.
Saving Grace - Phil Frost is a search and rescue chopper pilot and joined TODAY from Brisbane after dramatic on-board video captured the rescue of two people saved at sea off Cape Byron in far north New South Wales. For more information visit www. emergency.qld.gov.au/aviation
Lindy Chamberlain Creighton says she's finally found peace, after a fourth inquest found baby Azaria was taken by a dingo, 32 years ago. Lindy spoke exclusively to Tracy Grimshaw on A Current Affair.
TODAY Entertainment Editor Richard Wilkins gave us look at some of the hottest new movies to coming our cinemas.
What's making news
TODAY was joined by Lachlan Harris to discuss the latest media headlines.
NINE Reporter Lee Steele joined TODAY from our Perth Studio to give us an update on the atrocious weather conditions battering the state of Western Australia.
Port Phillip Treat
Victorians have been treated to a rare whale sighting in the waters of Port Phillip Bay. Seaworld's Curator of Mammals Mitchell Leroy joined TODAY with the latest.
A packet of chips makes a delicious snack, but it can be a calorie killer. The good news is - there are some healthier options on the market. TODAY Nutritionist Joanna McMillan was in to shed some light. For more information visit www.drjoanna.com.au .
Olympic diver Melissa Wu is heading to London as a senior member of the Australian diving squad. As TODAY Reporter Sylvia Jeffreys discovered, she'll do it in style.
Front and Centre
If he is not capturing criminals he is taking centre stage for State of Origin game 2. Chuck the police dog and his handler Luke Warburton joined TODAY ahead Chucks very important job tonight.
Many think of spray tans as the healthy way to get that golden glow. But a new investigation has found they're not as safe as you think. It's all to do with the chemical that makes you brown, and experts are warning your tan could be toxic.
Girls on the Grill
Karl grills Georgie and Mia freedman about the hottest trends and topics of the day.
During the recent diamond jubilee celebrations, her majesty Queen Elizabeth was glowing in front of the world's cameras. So how does the queen stay in such good health - and what can you do to keep up with her? Feel-good Physio Anna-Louise Bouvier joined TODAY to tell you how.
TODAY gossip gurus Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.