Thousands of parents and students face disruption today, as New South Wales teachers push ahead with their strike, defying an order from the Industrial Relations Commission. TODAY
reporter Sylvia Jeffreys joined the team from Sydney's west. To follow it closer on twitter visit @teachersfed
TODAY Finance Expert Ross Greenwood showed us now is the time to buy petrol before the next wave of price hikes.
There are some pretty awesome rides in Disney California Adventure park and our official Disney reporters, Ruby and Angus, have given them all a test run.
Hunting a Killer
A massive manhunt continued in Darwin this morning, for a murder suspect accused of decapitating a man in northern New South Wales. Nine Reporter Kristina Costalos joined the team from Darwin.
TODAY finance expert Ross Greenwood offers some valuable finance tips.
Thousands of parents and students face disruption today, as New South Wales teachers push ahead with their strike, defying an order from the Industrial Relations Commission. President of the New South Wales Teachers Federation, Maurie Mulheron joined TODAY for a chat.
New details have emerged of text messages sent by Gerard Baden-Clay to his wife on the morning he reported her missing. TODAY Reporter Alison Ariotti was in Brisbane with the latest.
The "big electricity switch " campaign is aiming to get you cheaper power prices and families will need those discounts even more after the carbon tax is introduced this Sunday. TODAY Finance Editor Ross Greenwood gave us a look at what to expect. For all the details, head to www. bigelectricityswitch.com .
Bullies in Court
Police are encouraging teenagers to take legal action against school bullies after a Geelong girl obtained five court orders against her tormentors. TODAY Legal Expert Sam Macedone gave us the best advice.
One hundred Australian veterans of world war two have attended a memorial in London, to pay tribute to their comrades who died in the air war against Germany. The airmen were part of bomber command - which suffered terrible losses attacking key targets throughout the war and Nine Europe Correspondent Peter Stefanovic gave us the report.
The ride testers were back on track and this time it was a very fast track. The TODAY team took on the rollercoaster California Screaming and Richard Reid was leading the charge.
TODAY Entertainment Editor Richard Wilkins has all the latest showbiz news and biggest films to hit our screens.
Thousands of parents and students face disruption today, as New South Wales teachers push ahead with their strike, defying an order from the Industrial Relations Commission. David Hope from the Federation of Parents and Citizens Association joined TODAY for a chat.
Australian man Mark Ovenden is now at the centre of a murder investigation in Bali after relatives farewelled their brother, son and good mate. Nine Reporter Joel Dry had the report.
A new program is allowing Instagram users to make money by selling their photos online. TODAY Technology Expert Charlie Brown joined us in studio to tell us more. For all the details, head to www. lifeandtechnology.com.au/, www.charliesblog.com/ and www.instaprints.com/.
The TODAY team went for a hilarious round two on the terrifying rollercoaster California Screaming live on-air.
One of the features of Disney California Adventure is the Pixar Play parade and TODAY looked at David E Miller who is the man behind the magic.
TODAY gossip guru¡Çs Richard Reid and Richard Wilkins brings you the latest from Tinseltown.