MAKING NEWS ON SUNDAY
As Aussie troops prepare to begin air strikes over Iraq.. back home, it's been revealed the majority of Aussies are rallying behind the cause.
According to a News Corp poll, more than 60% of people back the decision to launch rockets on ISIL, with more than three quarters of us fearing an attack on home soil.
It comes as the family of an American man shown to be the next potential ISIL victim has made an emotional plea for his release
26-year-old Peter Kassig appeared at the end of the video where British aid worker Alan Henning was beheaded.
POLICE have charged a father and son with a third man over the murder of Gold Coast man Shaun Barker.. who was reported missing in January.
Officers say it's one of the most horrific killings in recent times.. alleging the trio tortured the man, locking him in an esky for days.. before killing him over drugs.
Meantime, court today for a 36 year old, arrested at Sydney Airport over the death of a man whose body was found in the boot of a car in Sydney's West 2 weeks ago.
The victim's still unidentified.
Welfare workers and Police are concerned about a new so-called trend - parents resorting to court orders to discipline their kids.
The latest figures show more than 1000 AVOs were issued against children as young as 10 in the last year in NSW alone.
Used car dealers offering loans to people with bad credit histories are fitting GPS trackers on vehicles to keep an eye on borrowers, and track them down if they skip payments.
The system's the norm overseas.. but here, consumer advocate's want to see them banned because of privacy concerns.
The dental tech who accused Charlie Sheen of going crazy during an attack with a knife has been fired for breaching Sheen's medical confidentiality and disclosing details of his appointment.
and the Bachelor himself has broken his silence.. in a statement, Blake says he simply fell out of love with Sam after a few weeks of trying to make it work.
Hawks midfielder Brad Sewell has announced his retirement after 200 games and two premierships.
The bookies are still rallying behind the Rabbitohs as favourites to beat the Bulldogs in tonight's NRL Grand Final.
The Wallabies are out to bounce back to form this morning against Argentina.
Australia hasn't lost to the South American team in 17 years.
And Sam Stosur's been knocked out of the China Tennis Open, losing her semi-final 6-3, 5-7, 6-2.