Week In Politics With Tony Abbott
The Prime Minister is facing fresh questions over what she knew about a union slush fund, that was used to steal money from the Australian Workers Union. Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott joined TODAY
to explain more.
TODAY presents some of the most popular internet items of the day.
TODAY Finance Expert Ross Greenwood offered some valuable finance tips. You can follow Ross on Twitter at http://es.twitter.com/Ross_Greenwood/.
Some tragic news this morning, a 17-year-old girl has fallen to her death from the balcony of a schoolies hotel on the Gold Coast. TODAY reporter Alison Ariotti joined us from the scene.
Sarah Cafferky Case More Arrests
There was a new development in the Sarah Cafferkey case overnight. Two men were arrested and later released as the investigation into her death widens. TODAY’S Christine Ahern was at St Kilda Police Station where the men were questioned last night.
Michael Slater Cricket History
Aussie Cricket Captain Michael Clarke is in cracking form, he has become the first cricketer in test history to score four double centuries in a calendar year. Nine Cricket Commentator Michael Slater joined us with more.
Switching Codes: NRL Boss To FFA Boss
Former NRL boss David Gallop has switched codes - from Rugby League to Soccer. He's got a tough job ahead of him and he joined TODAY . For more information head to http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/.
Cash Giveaway Winner
A Carrum Downs family in Melbourne's South East is going to buy a new home after winning $50,000 in Monday’s great cash give-away. But as TODAY’S Christine Ahern discovered the cash-call didn't all go to plan.
Entertainment News With Richard Wilkins
We caught up with Lindsay Lohan to hear about playing Elizabeth Taylor. And of course Monday is also Taylor Swift day so make sure you wake up with TODAY .
What's Making News
TODAY was joined by Neil Mitchell to discuss the latest media headlines.
Box Jelly Fish Heart Treatment
They're one of the ocean's deadliest animals, the box jellyfish cause crippling pain, some stings can even be fatal. But a Queensland University student has made a breakthrough that could change not only the way we treat the stings, but potentially how doctors conduct heart transplants. Stephanie Chaousis from James Cook University joined TODAY to explain more.
Chantel D’Orazio and Brooke Dent are two women in different parts of Sydney linked by an interesting twists of fate. Both are just beginning their careers with fire and rescue New South Wales, and both are fourth generation fire fighters. TODAY Reporter Mike Dalton had the story.
Our next guest made her name on the hits shows ‘The Secret Life Of Us’ and ‘Love My Way’. In addition to Claudia Karvan's on screen responsibilities, she also volunteers her time to the wayside chapel in Sydney's Kings Cross. For more information head to http://inforumgroup.com/.
Girls on the Grill
Karl grills Georgie and Nikki Gemmell about the hottest trends and topics of the day.
Beef Kebabs With Tabouli
TODAY Chef Luke Mangan showed us how to make delicious beef kebabs with tabouli. For more information head to http://www.lukemangan.com/.
TODAY gossip guru’s Michele Mahone and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.
TODAY’S Weather Forecast
TODAY Weather Presenter Steve Jacobs gave us the latest forecast from the Eastern Creek Raceway in Sydney. For more information head to http://www.tasmanrevival.com/, or to purchase tickets to the 2012 Tasman Revival head to http://www.ticketmaster.com.au/ or phone 136 100.