Here's Tuesday's news direct from the Nova100 airwaves (it sounded better from the dulcit tones of Jeff Tyler)...
First up, the Government is sounding a warning about the new reality of home grown terrorists.
Releasing the counter-terrorism white paper, the PM says we don't just have to worry about people coming here to cause trouble but those born and bred in Australia.
“Home grown terrorism is now a reality we have to accept,” PM Rudd said. “The threat of terrorism is no longer something that travels to Australia from overseas.”
In Twitter news, more and more fraudsters are using the social networking site to pose as high profile footballers.
Chris Judd, Joel Selwood and Brendan Fevola are among those to be scammed and the AFL Players’ Association says they are concerned.
Symantecs security spokesperson Steve Martin says the fraudsters are doing this just for kicks.
“One of the more concerning factors is we’re increasingly seeing this sort of behaviour lead to identity theft and to potential infection of the people who are following these high profile individuals,” Martin said.
In Nova Sport, the AFL and its players association are set to announce details for free agency from 2012, that will take place in 2 hours.
And the Vics are 8 for 288 on the second day of their shield clash with QLD. It's the bushies first innings, an outright win would seal a finals' berth.
The Nova cast, partly cloudy isolated showers today, we’re going for 21, at the moment it’s 19.