The furor around Senator Fraser Anning's maiden speech; Bushfires across NSW; A business news wrap including losses for Wesfarmers and Fairfax. And Claire explains why fat cells are sexist. Thursday it is.
Tragic bridge collapse in Italy; An update on the NEG; Superannuation under the spotlight at the Banking Royal Commission; And Melbourne has been bumped from it's title of the world's most lievable city.
The Coalition meet this morning with the hot topic being the National Energy Guarantee; A health news wrap including the death of a woman after the implantation of plastic under her skin; How Turkey's economy is affecting our dollar; And a must-see movie recommendation. It's Tuesday, it's a good day.
Federal parliament resumes today - we take you through what to expct this week; The case against weedkiller, RoundUp; VC recipient Ben Roberts-Smith denies accusations of bullying and intimidation aired over the weekend; And we're off to explore the sun. Have a good Monday.
The government gives nearly half a billion dollars to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation but Labor questions the process; Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton revokes the citizenship of five aussie terrorists; We extend your Malaysian politics knowledge; And Aussie Ruby Rose cast as Batwoman.
Latest on the earthquake in Lombok; Qld and Vic not convinced by the National Energy Guarantee; And one pub group is in strife over a program to reward ‘high-value’ patrons who play the pokies; And the EpiPen shortage. Happy Tuesday.
The National Energy Guarantee will be put to the states this week; Another earthquake in Indonesia; Additional funding for farmers affected by the drought; And Osama Bin Laden's mother has given her first ever interview.
Coles and the tale of the single use plastic bag; House prices continue downward; Chinese telco Huwaei overtakes Apple to become second highest seller of phone handsets worldwide; And an Aussie wins the Fields Medal.
The wash up from Super Saturday by-elections; Ecuador says Julian Assange has overstayed his welcome; Zimbabwe votes; Earthquakes in Indonesia, fires in California and a typhoon in Japan; and all about the Attagirls.
Super Saturday is upon us, we give you the by-election talking points; Nine and Fairfax merge; Facebook loses billions of dollars in value; The results of the Pakistan election; And Claire takes us through Friday Lites.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull visits Tenant Creek to talk child safety; It's the week of the Super Saturday by-elections; A visit to Africa by Chinese President Xi Jinping; And Colleen McCullough’s husband wins legal battle over her $2.1m estate.
Job numbers are looking good; Australia's bid to extradite our most wanted terrorist has failed; Suspensions and fines for some our basketball team; And in Friday Lites we discuss queuing etiquette. Turns out, Claire's a bit of a stickler for the rules. Have a great Friday.
The cave boys have held a press conference that has been described as 'happy and relaxed'; Bankwest will shut a number of east coast branches; Edith Cowan University in WA have developed a blood test to detect melanoma; And to squeeze or not to squeeze? We are talking avocados. Have a great Thursday!