All this week Good Morning Britain is going down under in Australia.
We'll be speaking to Aussies and expats from the beaches of Oz and hearing some of the amazing stories of the families who live worlds apart in the UK and Australia. Take a look and find out more about some of the people we'll be speaking to...
I’m so proud of her… I just hope for her I don’t become a hypochondriac.
Animal Welfare charity Born Free have flown two lionesses out to Africa to be re-homed after being kept in appalling conditions in a circus in Belgium.
Maggie and Sonja travelled 6,000 miles back to their new home in South Africa last week and their journey was followed by Peter Andre.
You need to listen to look at Labour's record rather than their rhetoric.
A major academic study has found that the poorest in society have been worst affected by the Government's tax and benefits changes.
The report found that the coalition's intentions that the rich should contribute proportionately more to repairing the nation's finances "have not been realised".
The social policy study by academics from the London School of Economics (LSE), Manchester and York universities also predicted that poverty will increase in future years.
Good Morning Britain speaks to a mum of a five-year-old who has struggled to pay childcare from Northampton (below) - and we then ask Prime Minster David Cameron about what he plans to do to overcome these problems with just 100 days to go until the General Election.
In his new series, consumer champion Dominic Littlewood confronts bad builders, meets the people whose lives have been ruined by dodgy contractors and helps rebuild and repair their homes.
We meet Wendy Hogg and her severely disabled son Joshua, who have been living in a damp, leaky extension for over seven years.
Dom LIttlewood confronts the builder responsible for the shoddy work and he also exposes an incompetent plumber who also scammed Wendy and her family.
Plus, Nick Dixon takes a look at how his help has changed their lives.
Bad Builders Bang to Rights starts on tonight at 8pm on ITV
Victims' Commissioner Baroness Newlove, whose husband Garry was killed by a gang vandalising his car, has hit out at police, prosecutors and courts for failing to show compassion when dealing with victims' complaints.
In the first of a series of independent reviews, she found that many victims feel ignored, unimportant and confused when raising concerns about their treatment.
Baroness Newlove assessed the performance of all criminal justice agencies, which also includes courts and tribunal services, prison service, parole board and youth offending teams.
We're joined by victim and campaigner Maggie Hughes (pictured), who found a lack of sympathy when her son was brutally attacked.
Today is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. It is an International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust, when about 1.1 million people, most of them Jews, were killed at the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp.
A host of national leaders are expected to attend the service in Poland although Russian President Vladimir Putin has confirmed he will not go to the event.
Chief correspondent Richard Gaisford visits the site and we hear some incredible stories from survivors.
Sean Fletcher continues his Australian adventure down under, arriving in the country's biggest and most iconic city, Sydney. Today the country heads back to school and work after the summer holidays and the Australia Day celebrations.
Our presenter takes a whistlestop tour of of the country, taking in Bondi Beach and a British sweet shop that sells all the home comforts that can't be found elsewhere in Australia.
A major study has found that the poorest have been worst affected by the Government's tax and benefits change - and with 100 days to go until the General Election, Good morning Britain speaks to David Cameron
International agency Oxfam has called for a multi-million dollar post-Ebola Marshall Plan to put the three West Africa countries hit by the crisis back on their feet