Our federal pollies have received another payrise, this time $5000. TODAY
was joined by NINE News Political Reporter John O'Doherty with the latest.
TODAY Technology expert Charlie Brown joined the team with his latest little gadget that actually allows you to retract those text messages you may regret sending. For more information go to www.lifeandtechnology.com.au.
TODAY presents some of the most popular internet items of the day.
TODAY was joined by Darryl ¡ÆBig-Marn¡Ç Brohman and Andrew ¡ÆJoey¡Ç Johns to discuss what we may be able to expect from tonight¡Çs State of Origin decider.
TODAY Finance Expert Ross Greenwood offers some valuable finance tips.
Victorian police have reacted angrily to the reduced sentence for convicted drug lord Tony Mokbel. TODAY Reporter Christine Ahern joined the team from Melbourne with the latest.
Killer Max Sica will be sentenced tomorrow after being found guilty of the murder of the Singh children. TODAY Reporter Alison Ariotti joined the team from Brisbane with the latest.
A mother and father in America have come under fire after posting a home video of their 5 year old daughter snorkelling with sharks. The clip has sparked outrage - but the girl's parents insist their daughter's safety was never at risk.
Making the Switch
More than 100,000 people have signed up to the "big electricity switch" campaign, making it one of the fastest growing consumer campaigns in Australia. Campaigner Christopher Zinn joined TODAY with the latest. For more information go to www. bigelectricityswitch.com. Registration is open till Midnight Sunday 15 July. Registration is free
An out of work Bendigo grandmother says her life has changed after winning $50,000 in Coles vouchers in our Feed Your Family Friday call. Dele Grant says she can now afford to eat whatever she wants and TODAY caught up with the winner.
TODAY Entertainment Editor Richard Wilkins caught up with pop rock superstar Pink for an Australian exclusive talking about life, love and her new little bub.
What's making news
TODAY was joined by Lachlan Harris to discuss the latest media headlines.
If the thought of getting a needle at the doctor freaks you out, we've got good news. Professor Mark Kendall has invented a needle-free vaccine called the Nanopatch and joined TODAY with this fantastic news.
Going Gluten Free
There are many misconceptions on gluten free diets. Some people have no choice because of health conditions, but others think opting for a gluten free diet is a healthy life choice. TODAY Nutritionist Joanna McMillan joined the team to shed some light.
Well they say it's never too late to change and that's certainly the case for 94 year-old Betty Drillich. After living here for more than 60 years the Melbourne great- grandmother finally became an Australian citizen as Christine Ahern reported.
Girls on the Grill
Karl grills Georgie and Helen McCabe about the hottest trends and topics of the day.
Apps for Kids
It's school holiday time so TODAY Technology Expert Charlie Brown joined the team to take us through the best apps to keep the kids entertained.
TODAY gossip guru¡Çs Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.