WSFM Breaking News Wednesday November 29 2017
HERE'S WHAT'S MAKING NEWS TODAY:
DARYL Braithwaite has galloped into the ARIA Hall Of Fame.
The former Sherbet frontman choosing to perform his signature hit The Horses to mark the milestone getting help from a star filled audience, including guy Sebastian.
Paul Kelly also had a big night, picking up two awards including Male Artist Of The Year.
Jimmy Barnes paid tribute to late AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young with a fist pumping version of 'High Voltage'
A two-year-old girl has now died after being one of nine people injured in a head on collision in Sydney's west yesterday.
The little girl has passed away in hospital ... after the passenger van she was travelling in collided with a commercial van at Kemps Creek.
Two boys aged nine months and three years remain in critical conditions, while several other adults are also in hospital.
Same-sex marriage laws are closing in on passing the Senate unchanged, after conservative MPs had a range of amendments to the legislation slapped down.
The Upper House will continue to consider changes this morning, but the legislation is expected to be passed today.
It will then go to the Lower House next week, where it's expected to be rubber stamped.
Aussie travellers face another day of disruptions in Bali, thanks to this volcano.
Mount Agung is threatening to spew lava ... with 100-thousand nearby residents evacuated.
All the major airlines have cancelled flights in and out again today, with it unclear when they'll resume.
Alert Raised to Highest Level As Bali's— ned the toothpick (@nedthetoothpik) November 28, 2017
Mount Agung's Eruptions Become Stronger. pic.twitter.com/G3W9qLOVXg
Allegations against TV presenter Don Burke continue to grow, with claims Kerry Packer personally phoned the gardening guru to discuss his conduct.
The former Channel Nine owner had apparently heard allegations from staff about Burke's lewd and bullying behavior.
It's also been revealed Qantas banned the presenter from flying with the airline at the height of his fame because of inappropriate conduct.