News break - June 24
Peter Greste sentenced to 7 years jail; severe weather warnings; John Kerry in Iraq; Baden-Clay jury taken to body site; Prince Harry visits Brazilian hospital.
Players accept bans
The World Anti-doping Authority could exercise it's right to intervene in the Sharks ASADA case after 17 players accepted back-dated bans.
Panda's training before release
Two giant pandas have arrived at a special training base in China for special survival training ahead of their release into the wild.
Markets outlook – August 23
Morning markets wrap; August 23.
'It just slammed into us'
Two trains have collided in Melbourne's west injuring several people inside.
Teen stabbed at party
A teenager is in a critical condition after being stabbed at a brawl in a party in Sydney's west outside a hall.
Horrific crash on Sunshine Coast
A mother and two children have been killed in a horrific single vehicle crash on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.
Russian trucks enter Ukraine
A controversial Russian convoy has entered into Ukraine with the consent of the Ukrainian government.
Rocket hits kindergarten in Isreal
Israel has suffered it's first child casualty in seven weeks of escalated conflict with HAMAS.
Foley family's pain
The family of murdered American journalist James Foley says more could have been done to save him, confirming they would have paid millions for his release.