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.
Phone app 'wards off mosquitoes'
A smartphone app promises to ward off annoying mosquitoes. But is it too good to be true?
Gas explosions kill 20 in Taiwan
At least 20 people are dead and more than 270 injured after a series of explosions in southern Taiwan.
Dangerous journey to MH17 crash site
Two weeks after MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, Dutch and Australian investigators have reached the crash site.
MH17 victims honoured in Perth
Three of the youngest victims of the MH17 tragedy have been honoured in Perth before the Fremantle Dockers game.
Israel, Hamas agree to ceasefire
Israel and Hamas have agreed to a 72-hour ceasefire in Gaza, while 7News has obtained footage of a rocket attack striking and Israeli town.
Family saved from burning home
A family has been saved from their burning home by smoke alarms.
Cold blast to hit four states
Sever weather warnings are in place across four states, for destructive winds, showers, snow and blizzards.
Israel vows to detroy Gaza tunnels
Israel has called up thousands of extra soldiers as it expands its campaign to destroy Hamas tunnels and rockets in Gaza.
Man charged over cold case murder
NSW police claimed they've solved the state's longest ongoing homicide case, after arresting a man over a 40-year-old cold case.