Week in politics
Lisa questions Communications Minister Stephen Conroy about the latest bombshell in Australian media with Rupert Murdoch's News Limited announcing a major restructure.
TODAY entertainment editor Richard Wilkins reviews the latest films to hit the big screen.
Athletes in lockdown
The Australian Institute of Sport is on whooping cough alert, after two female water polo players were diagnosed with the condition. NINE news reporter Kerrie Yaxley had the details.
Australian population boom
Last year's Census results will be released in full today. Social Researcher Mark Mccrindle joined TODAY.
For more information visit www.mccrindle.com.au
Households aren't the only ones struggling with rising electricity costs small businesses are also feeling the pressure and are jumping on board the big electricity switch campaign. For more TODAY was joined by political editor at the Adelaide Advertiser, Mark Kenny.
For more information visit www.bigelectricityswitch.com
The Red Cross is desperate for blood donations with supplies plummeting to less than three days coverage. For more Emma Freedman is at the town hall donation centre in Sydney.
For more information visit www.donateblood.com.au
Adventurer of the Year
TODAY was joined by Adventurer of the Year, Pat Farmer.
William’s 30th birthday
The Duchess of Cambridge is said to be hard at work planning a fabulous celebration for her husband Prince William who celebrates his thirtieth birthday today.
Euro Gap Year
Hamish and Andy have taken to the highway in the latest adventure of their Euro Gap Year. They caught up with TODAY.