Quake strikes victoria
had all the latest details on the earthquake that hit Victoria last night.
Prostate cancer hope
More than 3000 Aussie men die from prostate cancer every year, but now there is a treatment that will bring hope to many sufferers. The CEO of the Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia, Doctor Anthony Lowe had the details.
For more information visit www.prostate.org.au/articleLive
The electricity switch
Support for the Big Electricity Switch has surpassed all expectations, with 35,000 people now registered and the good news is there's still four weeks left to sign up and get a better deal on power prices. With more TODAY was joined by Herald Sun Reporter Wes Hosking.
For more information visit www.bigelectricityswitch.com
Snow White and the Huntsman
TODAY entertainment editor Richard Wilkins caught up with Chris Hemsworth and Hollywood it girl Kristen Stewart to hear about their new film ''Snow White and the Huntsman'.
A new app is helping children with autism develop their social skills. Psychologist Brooke Purslow is the creator of the "Emotion Detective" app and joined TODAY.
To download the app visit itunes.apple.com
Most of us, as kids, were scared of something but some phobias can be so severe that they prevent children from leading normal lives. Researchers at Macquarie University have made a breakthrough in treating childhood anxiety and TODAY reporter Sylvia Jeffreys had the story.
Gaga's biggest fan
TODAY was joined by Lady Gaga’s biggest fan, Kyle and him mum Karen.
If you're one of 1.2 million Australians who have trouble sleeping or feel aches and pains in the morning well the solution could be your pillow. Feel Good Physio Anna- Louise Bouvier joined TODAY to explain.