Asylum Seeker Tragedy
The latest asylum seeker tragedy off Christmas Island has called for the governemnt and coalition to come together and form a refugee policy that will prevent more deaths at sea. The CEO of World Vision Austrlia, Tim Costello joined Weekend TODAY
to discuss this issue further.
It's now more than two years since the creation of the "Devil Ark" in New South Wales' Upper Hunter region - an ambitious plan to save the Tasmanian Devil. Reporter Stephanie Jeanes takes us inside one of the country's most important conservation projects.
For more information visit www.devilark.com.au
Snow White and the Huntsman
'Snow White and the Huntsman' is based on the classic fairy-tale, and features an all-star cast - Charlize Theron, Twilight's Kristen Stewart and our very own Chris Hemsworth.
What's Making News
Sun Herald Columinist, Susie O'Brien joined Weekend TODAY to discuss what's making headlines around the nation.
Black Caviar International Debut
Black Caviar, preparing for a British conquest, in front of the Queen. Peter Stefanovic has our race preview from Ascot.
War veterans honoured
Our brave airmen who risked their lives to defeat the Germans in World War II are finally being honoured. Veterans George Lamond and Doug Arrowsmith are about to jet off to a ceremony in London.
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Going for gold
While many of our athletes will be firmly focussed on gold in London, for one athlete just making the team has been an extraordinary feat. Daniel Kelly's qualified for his fourth Olympics, despite work commitments and coping with a hectic home life which revolves around his sick son who's been diagnosed with a genetic disease.
It sounds like a sci-fi movie, a rocket takes a group of men and women to mars to form a colony. But one company, backed by some of the world's top scientists, is trying to make it happen by 2023. The company is headed by Dutchman Bas Lansdorp who joined Weekend TODAY to tell you how you can get there.
For more information visit www.marsone.com
Teenage role model
She's only nineteen years old, but Cassandra Bankson has already reached out to millions after posting makeup videos for those suffering from severe acne.