WSFM Breaking News Wednesday November 8 2017
HERE'S WHAT'S MAKING NEWS TODAY:
Extra counsellors will be on duty at a SYDNEY school this morning ... as students return after a horrific car crash yesterday that claimed the lives of TWO young boys.
The pair - both aged EIGHT - were killed when a woman lost control of her TOYOTA KLUGER and slammed into their classroom at BANKSIA ROAD PRIMARY SCHOOL in GREENACRE.
A brief vigil was held last night ... including a minute of silence to remember the victims.
PREMIER GLADYS BEREJIKLIAN says it's important we share our love with those affected.
The 52-year-old woman behind the wheel has been charged.
A warning today SYDNEY will lose major events if we keep dithering over our stadium upgrades.
Former Premier turned consultant for the GREATER SYDNEY COMMISSION, MORRIS IEMMA says our city could become irrelevant on the global stage.
He says we don't have a divine right to big events ... and places like PERTH, with its newly finished 60-thousand seat stadium is snapping at our heels.
More questions are being asked about a COALITION MP who insists she does NOT have dual citizenship with GREECE.
JULIA BANKS is refusing to clarify her heritage or explain why her brother came to hold onto GREEK citizenship, while she doesn't.
It comes as BILL SHORTEN and MALCOLM TURNBULL prepare to meet today to discuss the best way to deal with the mess.
A bus driver has been attacked while driving through the CITY.
The driver had to be taken to hospital, after being punched repeatedly in the face through his window during last night's peak.
Police say a 44-year-old man turned on him after he drove off from a stop without him.
He's been charged and will front court this month.
It was billed as having the MOST DURABLE GLASS EVER in a smartphone ... but it seems the IPHONE TEN doesn't fail the clutz test.
In fact researchers have found it's the MOST BREAKABLE ... performing much worse than other phones including the IPHONE 6S.