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.
Eight weeks after reporting his wife missing, Gerard Baden-Clay has been charged with her murder. The 41 year old was arrested at his Brisbane real estate agency and formally charged last night. NINE Reporter Shane Doherty and TODAY reporter Alison Ariotti joined the team from Brisbane with the latest.
TODAY Reporter Christine Ahern reported on how Melbourne's 300 million dollar water bill scandal deepened, with revelations households will continue to be overcharged until next year.
The state of origin series will go down to a game three decider in Brisbane, following a tough win from the Blues in Sydney. Ben Fordham brought you the highlights from the clash.
World Cup Focus
The Socceroos are one step closer to the 2014 world cup after playing against Japan earlier this week. Captain Lucas Neill joined TODAY for a chat on how their road to qualifying is going.
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.
It's the animal we love to hate - and now the key to eradicating cane toads could be as simple as feeding them their own poison. Professor Rick Shine from the University Of Sydney joined TODAY with more on this incredible breakthrough.
Love on the Green
They say you're never too old for love - and that's certainly the case for newlyweds Cynthia and Trevor Hird. The couple met at the Wheeler's Retirement Village in Melbourne and as Christine Ahern reported, they're head over heels.
London bound Blake Gaudry has turned a backyard hobby into an Olympic dream. Blake will represent Australia in trampolining at the games and he caught up TODAY from his hometown of Adelaide.
Losing the Weight
A new weight loss procedure in the US is causing a lot of controversy - because it's aimed at people who want to lose just 10 to 20 kilos. Claimed to be easier than gastric bypass surgery and it involves no incisions. TODAY looked at the new trend sweeping America.
Girls on the Grill
Karl grills Lisa and Jo Lamble about the hottest trends and topics of the day.
Fordo¡Çs Steak Sandwiches
Our very own Ben Fordham took to the kitchen to show TODAY his famous recipe of steak sandwiches.
TODAY gossip gurus Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.