WSFM Breaking News Wednesday November 22 2017
HERE'S WHAT'S MAKING NEWS TODAY:
Former PM Tony Abbott has slapped down Malcolm Turnbull over his decision to suspend Parliament for a week.
The current PM is under fire from Labor and the crossbench with claims he's buying time until after Barnaby Joyce's by-election to sure up his numbers amid a backbench revolt.
Mr Abbott has told Sky News it's NOT acceptable
We're being told we'll save 120-dollars a year on our power bills under the Turnbull Government's energy plan. Modelling has been released this morning ahead of a meeting with the states and territories. The energy guarantee puts less emphasis on renewables and back onto coal.
The party has begun in Zimbabwe with Robert Mugabe ending his 37-year-old run as President.
The freedom fighter turned corrupt dictator handed in his resignation this morning shortly after parliament began an impeachment process against him.
Things fell apart for the 93-year-old when he sacked his deputy to smooth the path to presidency for his younger wife Grace.
A man has been dubbed Sydney's Wolf of Wall Street after the nation's biggest Ponzi scheme fleeced more than 200 million dollars from hard working investors.
Tony Iervasi is accused of running the fake investment scheme operating undetected for years from an office in Westfield Tower above the Bondi Junction shopping centre.
A priest and the Mayor of the Sutherland Shire are among the 780 duped creditors with the scheme so convincing one syndicate plunged in nearly 15 million dollars.
Hundreds of Katies and Millers stores across Australia are set to close.
Their parent company wants to shut about 300 stores in the next three years blaming more competition.