Tuesday 20th November 2012

Sarah Cafferkey Murder
The prime suspect in the murder of Sarah Cafferkey is a convicted killer who once escaped from Pentridge Prison. Victoria Police are today hunting Steven James Hunter, a 46-year-old man, who is said to have known Sarah, and exchanged messages with her on Facebook. TODAY Reporter Christine Ahern joined us with the latest.

Clinical Trial To Prevent Dementia
Australia is set to take part in a worldwide clinical trial of drugs that could prevent dementia - a disease that will affect three million Australians by 2050. Professor Susan Kurrle from The University of Sydney joined TODAY to explain more.

Most Clicked
TODAY presents some of the most popular internet items of the day.

Money Minute
TODAY Finance Expert Ross Greenwood offered some valuable finance tips. You can follow Ross on Twitter at http://es.twitter.com/Ross_Greenwood/.

Click Frenzy Starts Tonight
It's dubbed as the sale that stops a nation and tonight, Australia’s first national online-only mega sale begins. it's called Click Frenzy and TODAY Finance Expert Ross Greenwood had all the details. For more information head to http://www.clickfrenzy.com.au/.

Complementary Medicine
A new report has found that a whopping 98 percent of commonly used complementary medicines like vitamins aren't being tested for safety and quality by the Australian authorities. Carol Bennett from the Consumer's Health forum joined TODAY to explain more.

Entertainment News With Richard Wilkins
TODAY had all the latest showbiz news and biggest films to hit our screens. And in downtown Los Angeles at the Nokia Theatre the music industry celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the American Music Awards.

What's Making News
TODAY was joined by Ray Hadley from 2GB to discuss the latest media headlines.

A2 Milk
Danni Minogue has recently been spruiking a designer milk called A2. She claims this milk has cured years of dietary upset because of her sensitivity to dairy. It's available on supermarket shelves, but at twice the price, is it worth the hype? For more we were joined by TODAY Nutritionist Joanna McMillan.

Miss Manners
Manners is always a hot button issue, with many believing that we've lost them. But as TODAY'S Mike Dalton Reports there is one place practicing manners from the 19th century, where the genteel art of introduction and conversation were very good manners indeed.

$3.5mil Tiffany & Co Rhapsody Yellow Diamond Necklace
Jeweller Tiffany And Co first opened their doors 175 years ago, and they've made many women very happy in those years. And to celebrate, the 'Rhapsody Yellow Diamond Necklace' worth $3.5 million dollars has gone on tour. We were lucky enough to have it in studio, along with Tiffany And Co's director of sales Bill Nolan.

The necklace is on display at 28 Castlereagh Street Sydney.

  • Viewing Hours:
  • Tuesday 20th - 12 noon-6.00pm
  • Wednesday 21st - 10am-6pm
  • Thursday 22nd - 10am -11am

    For further enquiries, please contact 1800 731 131 or you can head to their website http://www.tiffany.com.au/.

    Girls on the Grill
    Karl grills Lisa and Ita Buttrose about the hottest trends and topics of the day.

    The Wiggles Car Up For Auction
    Who could forget this famous line 'toot toot chugga chugga big red car'! Well, now that famous car could be yours as The Wiggles put their favourite mode of transport on sale. To explain more we were joined by Murray 'The Red Wiggle' and Paul Field, the managing director of The Wiggles. To register to join the auction for The Wiggles ‘Big Red Car' check out http://stores.ebay.com.au/vwbigredcar/.

    Talking Hollywood
    TODAY Gossip guru’s Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.

    TODAY Show Weather
    Weather Presenter Emma Freedman gave us the latest forecast while checking out the Sydney Motor Sports Park. For more information head to http://www.sydneymotorsportpark.com.au/about-the-park/.

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