MAKING NEWS ON SATURDAY
The anti-terror raids in Sydney and Brisbane last month have apparently broken up the alleged terror cell planning to behead a member of the public.
The Australian's reporting at least four members have left the group since the raids...while many jihadists are withdrawing from social media in a bid to cover their tracks.
Meantime, a Gold Coast mum's online baby supplies business has been targeted by ISIL supporters.. who've hacked her website, posting pro-Islamic messages.
A special rapid-response medical team's on standby to fight the Ebola virus if it reaches home soil..
While the World Health Organisation's admitted it botched the initial response to the deadly disease.
It says staff should have known that traditional containment methods wouldn't work in the African region because of it's broken health system.
It's now known a group of mountain climbing Australians are among the 140 people missing in Nepal after this weeks avalanches on the Himalayas.
Search teams are using shovels and ice axes to dig through thick snow in the search. At least 29 people have already been confirmed dead in one of the world's worst mountain disasters.
If anyone is concerned about friends or family travelling in the county... you can call the Department of Foreign Affairs on 1300-555-135
A crack team of so-called "Kindegarten Cops" have fined 24 childcare operators around the country a collective two-million dollars as part of a fraud sting.
Around half were exposed for rorting taxpayers by overcharging the Government for children in their care.
The Nigerian Government says it's reached a ceasefire agreement with the militant group which kidnapped 200 school girls six months ago.
A new study suggests drinking soft drinks can accelerate the body's ageing process just as fast as smoking.
and it seems the Americans couldn't come around to like the Aussie footy favourite... meat pies. Australian chain Pie Face has started shutting up its stores in the US where savoury pies failed to pick up fans.