Schapelle Corby has her first night of freedom; Toyota workers facing the axe; Victoria bushfire crisis far from over; Murder sentencing for Simon Gittany.
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Schapelle Corby will wake up outside prison walls for the first time in more than nine years today.
The convicted drug smuggler walked free on parole from Kerobokan Prison and into a swarm of waiting media.
She kept her face concealed as she was taken through the final stages of her release but couldn't hide her emotions completely.
She very quiet, crying and he said that she is trauma.
Corby was finally whisked away to the Sentosa Spa Resort in Seminyak where it's believed she spent the night relaxing with friends.
Victoria's Premier will fly to Canberra today to discuss the future of Toyota workers facing the axe.
Citing the high Aussie dollar and falling sales, the carmaker announced yesterday it's following Holden and Ford's footsteps - wrapping up local manufacturing at the end of 2017.
2,500 workers will lose their jobs.
To go home tonight and tell your wife, your partner, your kids, that you're not going to have a job at the end of 2017 is pretty tough.
It's estimated the closure could put tens of thousands of other workers in associated industries out of work.
The bushfire crisis in Victoria is far from over with crews working through the night to fight dangerous blazes north of Melbourne.
Two emergency warnings remain in place this morning.
The Kilmore fire is now 16,000 hectares and has burnt from Craigieburn, basically, to Kilmore.
At least 20 homes have been destroyed since the weekend but that number is expected to rise.
Around 6,000 firefighters have been mobilised across the state with blazes expected to burn out of control until there is significant rainfall.
A Sydney man convicted of throwing his fiancee to her death from a 15th floor balcony is set to learn his punishment.
Simon Gittany will be sentenced in the Supreme Court today for the murder of Lisa Harnum in 2011.
The 40-year-old maintains his innocence but was found to have thrown her off their city balcony in a fit of rage after she made plans to leave him.
Prosecutors have pushed for a minimum jail term of 20 years.