In order of severity…
BBC: “US President George W Bush and UK Prime Minister Tony Blair are due to meet on Wednesday to discuss the immediate future of Iraq if Saddam Hussein is deposed.
The role of the UN in a post-war Iraq could be a sticking point at the talks.
The BBC’s Washington correspondent Justin Webb says that unlike Mr Blair, the Bush administration has not been convinced of the need for the UN to be involved in setting up a post-war Iraqi government.”
The Age: “A Melbourne man will stand trial over allegations he killed a rival’s son in a family war over ice-cream van territory.
Dennis Giunta, 26, was stabbed at least 25 times with a home-made sword and died during an attack in his bedroom in his suburban Williamstown home in February last year.

Mangione had a longstanding dispute with the dead man’s father Peter Giunta over where they operated their ice-cream vans, it has been alleged.”
Also from The Age, Homemade sex toy kills pensioner
More fun, vote in V&A’s Snap Happy Days competition.
The Age is having a ‘favourite jokes’ board. I couldn’t resist this one: “A cowboy was walking down the street with his new pet dachshund when a passerby asked him why in the world he would buy such an uncowboylike dog. The cowboy answered, somebody told me to get along little doggie.”