WSFM Breaking News Tuesday November 28 2017
HERE'S WHAT'S MAKING NEWS TODAY:
We've got another royal wedding on the way with Prince Harry confirming he's going to marry actress Meghan Markle.
Clarence House has announced overnight the pair is engaged with the wedding to take place next year
The party Prince has informed the Queen and his family and has the blessing of Markles's parents.
Prince Charles was among those to offer their well wishes this morning.
Olympic swimming legend Susie O'Neill has joined the chorus of women claiming they were sexually harassed by TV gardening guru Don Burke
O'Neill says Burke made crude and belittling remarks to her while filming a story ahead of the Sydney Olympics.
It flies in the face of claims from Burke that the allegations are from disgruntled former employees, because he acted like a tyrant on set.
He's told Nine he did a lot of things wrong, and wasn't very pleasant to work with at times, but claims he's the victim of a witch-hunt.
The sexual harassment scandal surrounding Don Burke has worsened, with Susie O’Neill among a raft of women making new claims against him. pic.twitter.com/uPw5zaTjCl— Sunrise (@sunriseon7) November 27, 2017
It's a waiting game for Aussie passengers stranded in Bali because of volcanic ash which has grounded flights.
Scientists say there is a chance the Mount Agung's activity could escalate over the coming days.
For those who are meant to be heading to Bali some airlines are offering the option of flying to destinations including Phuket, Singapore, Fiji or Tokyo at no additional cost.
A volcano in Bali, Indonesia, is erupting and spewing ash, forcing the closure of the island's main airport and the evacuation of thousands of residents https://t.co/FcLTBkGQGg pic.twitter.com/difBSnOSDl— CNN International (@cnni) November 27, 2017
Two people have been charged after a puppy had to be rescued from a car boot at a shopping centre in Sydney's east.
A passerby alerted police after hearing yelps coming from the parked car at the Bondi Junction shopping centre.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was OK, his owners will front court in January.
Rock legend and AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young will be farewelled at a funeral in Sydney today.
Family, friends and a who's who of the Aussie music industry are expected at St Mary's Cathedral after he passed away last week aged 64.