1. Jodhi Meares faces jail
Jodhi Meares faces possible jail time after allegedly being caught driving three times over the limit and crashing into three parked cars while rolling her own 4WD on Saturday night.
The 43-year-old, who is engaged to former INXS singer Jon Stevens, had to be rescued. Police said she recorded a 0.181 blood alcohol reading, almost four times the legal limit.
2. Iraq crisis
The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, who has arrived in Egypt to conduct talks, has said that the United States wants the Iraqi people to find an inclusive leadership to contain the Islamic militants overtaking the country.
Meanwhile Iraqi military officials say the Sunni militants have captured two border crossings, one with Jordan and another with Syria. The capture of the two border crossings follows the fall since Friday of the towns of Qaim, Rawah, Anah and Rutba.
3. Baden-Clay trial
A Supreme Court jury will today be taken to the family home of Allison Baden-Clay and also to the bridge where her body was discovered, to help them better understand the evidence.
4. Peter Greste
The Australian journalist Peter Greste will learn his fate tonight.
The Al Jazeera journalist was arrested in December alongside two Egyptian colleagues, and has been tried for spreading false news and supporting the Muslim Brotherhood of ousted Prime Minister Mohamed Morsi.
5. MH370 Captain under scrutiny
It has been revealed that the pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane MH370 had plotted a flight path to a remote island far into the southern Indian Ocean where the search is now focused.
The route, which was deleted before MH370 disappeared on March 8, was made on a home flight simulator machine used for practice by its captain, Zaharie Shah.
6. Woman tries to save ducks, faces jail time after car accident.
A woman in Canada who has tried to save some ducklings from being hurt on a busy highway has been convicted and may face 15-years in jail after two motorcyclists crashed into her car and died.
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7. Mums work for $3.44 an hour
A study, reported by News Limited, has shown that some working mothers bring home less than $5 an hour once they pay childcare costs, income tax and forfeit government benefits they would otherwise have received by staying home.