Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison will today outline a recovery vision called 'JobMaker', and an ABC investigation has found that the much-touted 'Western governments dossier' is not so explosive after all. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
A deal for Australian soap opera Neighbours could mean life or death for Channel Ten.
More Australians than ever are living in apartments and townhouses. But is regulation enough to keep all of these people, living cheek-by-jowl, in line?
In an ambitious move, tonight’s episode of classic Oz soap Neighbours has been filmed in real time, much like an episode of 24, or the film Nick of Time, explains Dan Barrett.
Ten's new digital channel raises questions about an issue the Government appeared to want to put off until 2012: the local content quota.
Ten is boosting costs by $20 million a year and employing 100 extra people around the country to produce two new early evening news and current affairs programs. Iconic soapie Neighbours gets shunted to a new digital channel, Glenn Dyer explains.
Just once, can TV producers let two young people have sex with no shock pregnancies, miscarriages, screaming arguments, deaths by car-crash, drowning or rogue flight of stairs? pleads Clem Bastow.
If, as the polls tell us, November 24 is a foregone conclusion, can we then look forward to the morning after? Norman Abjorensen forecasts the Coalition blame game.
The Simpsons v Murdoch ... New look Neighbours ... Rowe move to Seven ... C7 decision ... Seven still winning ... Last night's TV ratings.