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.
TODAY Entertainment Editor Richard Wilkins gave us a preview on the hottest films to soon hit our big screens.
TODAY Finance Expert Ross Greenwood offers some valuable finance tips.
Gerard Baden-Clay has spent his first night in prison, after being charged with his wife's murder. TODAY Reporter Alison Ariotti joined the team from outside the Arthur Gorrie Correctional Facility.
Former chief judge of Australia's family court wants tougher laws to crack down on bullies, saying victims should be able to sue the bully's parents. TODAY Legal Expert Sam Macedone joined the team to tell us more.
Queen of Ascot
Record breaking sprinter Black Caviar will race at royal ascot this weekend and the tip is, she'll even meet the queen. NINE Europe Correspondent Peter Stefanovic went along to track-work.
My School, My Rules
Parents from the Mount Martha Primary School in Melbourne are outraged after the principal decided to ban school yard games. TODAY Reporter Christine Ahern was at the school with the latest.
Ben brings us the latest news in the lead up to the London Olympic Games
This weekend is D-Day for the four finalist on hit show The Voice. Rachael Leahcar, Sarah De Bono, Karise Eden and Darren Percival joined TODAY ahead of their final chance to convince Australia who is the best.
What's making news
TODAY was joined by Neil Breen to discuss the latest media headlines.
A new study by the World Health Organisation says diesel fumes are as deadly as asbestos and arsenic which can cause lung cancer. TODAY was joined by Professor Bernard Stewart from the University of NSW for a discussion.
The Queensland community of Rockhampton has claimed the title of having Nurse of The Year. TODAY Reporter Alison Ariotti met the woman whose leadership and dedication to her patients is changing lives.
No person in history has attempted this. But 33 year old Nik Wallenda will attempt to walk on a tightrope across Niagara Falls. NINE US Correspondent Denham Hitchcock joined TODAY with more on this incredible stunt.
Cars Land has opened at Disneyland in the United States. Costing close to a billion dollars, it looks just like the real thing. But when NINE US Bureau Chief Robert Penfold isn't covering the presidential election, he likes to unwind with lightning Macqueen.
Childbirth is an exhilarating and sometimes scary experience - but can you imagine delivering your own baby? That's what happened to cairns couple Tamsyn Godfrey and Tony Harris and TODAY caught up with the couple with their beautiful sons and new baby girl.
Girls on the Grill
Karl grills Georgie and Nikki Gemmell about the hottest trends and topics of the day.
The Voice coach and country music superstar Keith Urban joined TODAY for chat in studio about his life, his music and the final performances from the show.
TODAY gossip guru¡Çs Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.