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This program is captioned live. Broken promise - the Julia Gillard Government accused of going back on a pledge promise to teachers. The NRL plans a tough response to sports doping scandal. Will the other codes follow? A big night of footy. The bomies thrashed Demons. Eels bounce back, a big win over Sharks. Beatles, as never seen before - we'll speak with the photographer who had exclusive access. Logies, we'll look back at the greatest moments from TV's biggest night.Funny word Logie, it's almost a strange word.I wouldn't say so.It sounds like something in a Chinese hanky, I don't know why.Good morning to you, Sunday, 7th April, 2013. The Logies this evening. 'The Voice' is back. It's a big night on the TV.I'm trying to contain my Ricky Martin excitement.How did you spend your extra hour?45 sleeping and 15 minutes checking to make sure that I was allowed to be asleep.I didn't trust the iPhone to do it all itself.I still woke up at the time. And I thought another hour. You are a machine, Deb Knight, that's why.I think I've been through one of the sets of play school and feeding somebody some food.An extra hour - winter is on the way. What will you do with your hour? Let's have a quick look at the weather. Some rain for Sydney. Let's get the littest news with Deb Knight.Good morning to you at home. First up - an Australian man has been killed in an excuse-style murder in the Philippines. Paul Dean Davy, the manager of an hotel was shot in the back of an hotel at Blue Rock Beach Resort on Friday night. The 53-year-old was talking to another Australian machine at the time. Reportedly rushed to a local hospital but died a short time after. It's still not known if his killer has been tracked down by police.Foreign diplomats who North Korea have ignored the warning to evacuate, comes as more video is released as rallies which the regime claims support the decision to prepare for combat. The stand- off is set to be discussed when Julia Gillard meets with China's new President today. Nine's Lane Calcutta has more.Julia Gillard's second day - it's a big day. Meeting the new Chinese President in separate face it face talks. They will discuss trade, investment and business opportunities. But they will also discuss North Korea. The Prime Minister to urge China to use its influence and talk to the North Koreans into calming the rhetoric and stopping the threat. Julia Gillard speaks to the forum today, meeting one of the founding formers ahead of it. After criticism from the likes of mining magnate for not attending last year and being accused of not paying enough attention to China, Julia Gillard is determined to pitch Australia to a closer relationship. It's only this Government that has a plan for Australia in this century of growth and change. It's only this Government that has a plan for comprehensive engagement across the region as a result, including with China.In her speech, the Prime Minister will stress the importance of economic growth, peace and carbon pricing in the region.Nelson Mandela has been released from hospital, after spending ten days undergoing treatment for pneumonia, he was transported by ambulance to his home, where he will receive ongoing care. Supporters who helped with prayers over Easter welcome news of his recovery.A long life. I wish him to stay maybe 100 more years. The latest stay was the 94-year- old's third time in hospital since December. A man has been rushed to hospital, after being hit by a car in Sydney's CBD overnight. It happened outside the central railway station. The pedestrian hit the luxury car's front windscreen before being flung onto the road. The driver provided a statement at the scene. A number of people have been injured after a wild brawl in Sydney's King's Cross nightclub districts. Paramedics were forced to treat two men following the fight which broke out after 2:00 this morning. The public order police were brought in to break up the brawl. No charges have been laid. The WikiLeaks party is stepping up its political campaign in Australia, announcing that it will run candidates in Victoria, NSW and West Australia. Julian Assange can't return to the country. He has been living in the Ecuadorean embassy in London for more than nine months. It's been the case of just how am shades of grey for Target. Apologised a plus- size dress that was labelled drivenly in the smaller range. Women of all sizes had a sizeable reaction to the online snap.Oh, my God, that's awful. That is awful. So awful, some had to laugh about it. And here you see it. For the online shoppers, the colour of the maxi dress in the basic women's grey was listed as dark heater grey. In the plus-size it was called Manatee grey.Just the name of the colour. It's a seek-out.I'm offended. I'm not saying I'm plus size but I'm offended.One online shopper questioned it by writing: And she wasn't aloin.Now, a day later, the store replied to the tweet, apologising. In fact, today a spokeswoman tells me this was definitely an unintentional every sight. It is a seasonal colour, used on many products. That the problem was a ziscepcy in the uploading.This is a mid-west salt of the earth company. It's ridiculous to think that it was intentional. Nevertheless, if you are Target, this was stupid.Women tell us, mistake or no mistake it's all part of a bigger debate.A lot of people have body issues and they don't want them talked about this way.By the way, the colour is now listed as grey.Interesting. Our diving correspondent tells us that they are not exactly the same.With one type. I will confirm that what you said is correct.Excuse me. That stomach churning moment when you realise that place you've eaten at is one of the dirtest place in the cities. One of the top 10.I've been there too, thank you very much. Oh, well, we survived. Maybe we're not fussy.We've got weather coming up. And your first sports news. The AFL, what's wrong the Demons? Tim Gilbert has all of the reigns - that's next on Weekend Today. This program is not captioned. Beanies!
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Good on you, pumped up kicks kids. It's a great day in Melbourne. Mostly sunny conditions, maximum of 27 degrees.I wish we could put a camera on your pumped up kicks.So is Tim Gilbert.Melbourne, of course, has the Logies. It's also Collingwood karpltian. It's Mick Malthouse, Demons on the other end of the scale, are struggling in AFL. They continued for second straight week, to be well behind. Adelaide edged out past Giants. Essendon thrashed the Ds by 148 points. The Bombers tore them apart at the MCG. The difference was 55 at the long break and only increased after that. Melbourne could only manage one major in the second half, compared to 14 straight in the Done.The Giants were much more competitive. But still cop add beating and went down to Adelaide by 56 points. Swans easily accounted for the Gold Coast winning by 41. Fremantle's impressive start continued against Bulldogs. Emotional night last night. Three games continued NRL. Warriors host Rabbitohs, Dragons play Knights and radars and Roosters from Canberra. The emotion I'm talking about is Eels picking up the second win of the season with the 16-6 results over Cronulla. Shane Flanagan admitting that the investigation has taken its toll. There is a massive elephant in the room, if you want to call it that. We can't prepare on one session a week with all of the stuff going on. Stirring victory going on, Tim playing for Parramatta. Also last night, cowboys thrashed Penrith in Townsville. Melbourne rebels snapped five game losing streak with 30-23 win. They picked up a bonus point after Jason snared a double. It was a tougher night for Waratahs against hurricanes in Wellington. Adelaide and Brisbane face-off tonight. A match-up against Wanderers. In the League - arsenal jump nude territory, 2-1 win over West Brom. -- jumped into. At the other end of the table Reding slipped closer to relation, losing 2-1 to South Hamp ton. The post Casey Stoner era has began with Jorge Lorenzo taking the winning spot. With a 50-second poll position of his career. While Ben's season is off to a shocker, thanks to his spectacular wipe-out. For me, the moment of the last was the win over Sharks. Tim lost his brother to cancer earlier this year tragically. They played for the Cup and Parramatta won. Him with his father on the ground, certainly had a lump in my throat.It shows how human emotion can turn things around when drilling and coaching can't.Shane Flanagan saying that the ASADA inquiry was to blame. Win or lose. When they win, it doesn't concern.I guess it doesn't help. Tough times for them.Time to check your weekend weather. We've something a bit special this morning.It's a very warm welcome to Natalia Cooper who is paving the way for us on the red carpets.Yes, I'm here nice and early. I've saved you a good spot. It's the Logies. We are here at Crown in Melbourne. It's all happening here tonight. At the moment it's packed with workmen and trucks and they are literally rolling out the red carpets as we speak. It will be packed with all of your favourite TV stars for the TV week Logie awards. You can catch it on Nine from 8:00 tonight. This morning, we've got bit of a leggies preview for you. Everything you need to do. We'll look at what's happening in your part of the world weather-wise this morning.
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I have a few historical facts for you. This is the 55th year that the Logies have been on. They started in 1959. That was just two years after TV was brought in to Australia. Now, they honour a Scotsman called John Logie. He invented TV as a practical medium, so brought it into people's homes. The youngest person ever to win a Gold Logie was Kylie Minogue when she was 19 back in 1988.You are a machine-gun of facts this morning. You fired all of those shots. Fantastic stuff. We'll be catching up with you again at 7:30.Julia Gillard is in China. There's no escape. The Government making plenty of news at home. They backed out of a pledge to teachers. They are now set to trial a cash for kidney donation scheme. We'll get more stories next on Weekend This program is not captioned. MAN: (WHISTLES) ('WHO'S AFRAID
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Whoa! Did somebody paint that? Good morning, Sydney. A shower or two around today. Searching for a top of just 23 degrees. Winter is coming. The Julia Gillard Government is accused of breaking another promise to teachers - the story was broken by the national political editor for Newspoll. You called this a hoax. That's a strong word. Can you back that up?It is a strong word. But I don't think there's a lot of teachers that were going to be expecting these bonuses around the country. They were promised at great fanfare when Julia Gillard said that every teacher in Australia would be eligible for the bonuses. Up to 25,000 teachers would be eligible. Now, just a year later, they chopped the scheme in half, there would be less teachers eligible. They would receive bigger Benuss. We have now secured a copy of the confidential agreement ahead of the talks. It says this scheme, payments under it will end if the states sign on in January 2014. That's when the first payments were meant to start. So we asked the Government what's going to happen. Are teachers going to get bonuses or not. Essentially, the Education Minister is saying that it's up to the states, we won't compel them. They will get more money overall, under the new agreement if they want to pay bonuses they can. We won't make them.Senior teachers are deserving of at least $140,000 per year to mentor younger teachers and to keep them in the business. Teachers were opposed to the bonus because they simply wanted better salarys in the first place, now it appears that they won't get anything.In some states they may. In Victoria and Queensland the states haven't signed on to the scheme at all. There's not much hope of them getting money there. In many states, because the Government changed the rules of how teachers in theory could access the scheme, teachers were asked to pay money to apply. In some cases they were asked to pay up to $1800 to seek the accreditation that they need to be eligible to the new scheme. So it's a real mess. The bottom line is that the Prime Minister has not delivered what she promised in 2010 - bonuses for every teacher in Australia.Let's move onto the extraordinary story that people may be paid or compensated for donating a kid any. $3 600, a six-week wage up to that amount. Australia has been cautious of using cash in exchange for body parts. I guess there could be a good reason for this, a lot of people waiting for kid anys at the moment.Well, Kidney Health Australia is backing the plan that the Health Minister will announce today. They argue that the waiting lists for kid anys is very long. Australia it's about 1,000 people on the waiting list. There's only about 300 people per year that are donating when they are alive. One of the advance because it's a major operation. You have to take six weeks off work. This payment scheme is not to pay you for your kid any, as to provide support for familys in the recovery phase from surgery. You are right. It will start a debate of should we pay people to donate orgians. Under Australian laws currently it's illegal to sell organs. You wouldn't be getting anybody paying you for a kidney unless you do it overseas T will spark a debate and make the life saving gift to Australians, many of whom are relying on dialysis to get through their dayly lives and would welcome to the opportunity to have a kidney transplant.It's certainly something that deserves some discussion. Anything that can help. Thank you very much, Sam.
Thank you very much, Sam. Talking about medical science and the solutions that can pose to problems. They say that blood passports could be the answer. We'll talk to the former head of ASADA in the next hour. Should you be able to sue a casino if you lose money. One unlucky punter is taking the case to the highest court in the land. This program is not captioned.
Detectivescy he may have known his attacker. Prime Minister Julia Gillard will discuss regional security and the Korean nuclear crisis. The regime claims support North Korea's decision to prepare for combat.We have seen a continuing set of provocative statements from North Korea, designed to cause tension, cause concern in the region, that is what North Korea has been about, what it has been doing. This conduct is unacceptable and we condemn it and condemn it absolutely.Foreign diplomats in North Korea have chosen not to evacuate, despite Pyongyang's warning that it can't guarantee their safety. A radical plan to pay living kidney donors is expected to be reported today. It's report that had would-be donors will be paid under a pilot program to tax the idea. The taxpayer funded payments are only available to those with a job to provide financial assistance after major surgery. Kidney Health Australia becomes the plan. A Daxy driver and passenger have been taken to hospital after a crash in Sydney overnight. The taxi slammed into a car at Zetland, ripping one of the cab's front tyre's off. The injuries sustained by the taxidriver and passenger were not serious. And in a daring and inspirational tribute to Nelson Mandela. A South African man strapped himself to 200 balloons and floated up from the outpost where Nelson Mandela was held. He landed 1km away from the coastline, not without a bit of panic as the balloons became tangled as he tried to descend.Eventually, I figured out how to pull one group of balloons free and I started stabbing it. By then, I was shooting with a pellet gun, so I was freaking out a bit.The goal of the challenge was to raise $1 million for the Nelson Mandela children's fund.As long as it's all for a good cause. Tim, would you try something like that?No, I'd need so many darn balloons. Collingwood take on Carlton. Both expected to be contendersious Demons are heavy favourites for the woodian spoon. After two games, mark O'Neill Sunday pressure to hang onto his position as coach. Only one way out of this - it's together. The whole club is hurting. Every component.And six straight goals in the second term sealed 65 point win for the Giants in a tribute game for John McCarthy. Rugby league - a short but sweet return for north Queensland. Parramatta honoured the memory of John with 13-6 win over Sharks in the Cup while cowboys snapped the three-game losing streak in Townsville. They piled on early points but a kneecap injury saw him sidelined soon after. Up 24-0 at break. Only managed to add another six points in the second half.
six points in the second half. And 13 points - enough for par to notch a second win of the season. Beating Sharks by seven. They've had more wins than the Bulldogs. Everybody is saying woodian spoon for them. Michael has blasted their side. Suggesting handling errors with the reason behind the second consecutive loss. Hugh suffered an injury in the 22 win over the western force. Adelaide United coach is confident his side can beat Roar this afternoon and secure a place in the semifinals against Sydney. And a bit of cycling news - Ritchie Port finished second in the sixth stage tour of Spain. 23 seconds behind Colombia. A beautiful spart of the world there in Spain. Cock gratlations to Gai Waterhouse this morning. Over Reach was a strong win. Raging favourite before the start of the race. It makes her five-one behind her dad Tommy Smith. Well done. Sunday weather, with Natalia Cooper.
Good morning, I'm on the red carpets here at Crown in Melbourne for the TV week Logie awards tonight. I'm here nice and early. And they have been walking around on the red carpets. I'm going to clim that I was the first person to stand on the red carpets in high heels today. I got here early but not as early as some fans that I've just spoken to inside. They've been here since 2:00 yesterday afternoon. They said that they're here to see anybody there. You go. Very keen. Let's take a look at the weather Country now.
There's a new app for tonight. There's a live feed of the red carpets. You can see everybody as they arrive. You can see Layla's beautiful dress, we might have to get a tip on later. You can also look at the Twitter feed, and Facebook and all of the nominees. There will be videos of them just before the winner of each of the categories being announced. It's definitely worth downloading.Good on you, Natalia.We should do it. Give us a little taste of your dress.I'm wearing a Joanna Johnston dress. It's beautiful Emerald green velvet with embellished sleeves.What colour sleeves?I'm wearing black pants, back jacket and white tie.Exactly what I wore last year, only underpants are different.We'll go live to South Korea. You're probably happy about that.Talking about nuclear.Best of the buzz coming up next - including one very cool golf cart. Hover crafts, This program is not captioned. WOMAN: (SINGS) # Hush,
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Let's get cracking with what's buzzing online today. Americans love their half-time entertainment and certainly get right into it. Have a look at a basketball game. This kept passing over the usher in the crowd who seemed a little uninterested in proceedings and then this happened.
then this happened.Hey!I don't think he was an usher.Moried about getting the camera.Oh, it's got a life of its own.He's got the moves. He's as good as MJ.He's like Michael Jordan.Fantastic. Is there anything more emotional than finding out that you'll be a parent or grand parent. Check this out, the moment you learn to be a grandmother.Grandfather - oh, my gosh!Some birthdays are more special than others.
special than others.I swear, that dog taught about biting her.She's clearly been waiting a while.Great to see somebody so excited. Giggling because I love everything. There's a lot of cool things about golf. I'll have to get my hands on one of these things. There's your regulation golf cart. And there's the new puppy on the street. It's the hovercraft.We had this nifty idea of approving some of the limitations of existing golf carts. Golf carts have looked the same, and stayed the same. Let's go through the water, come off the other side right by the green. Put your ball in the hole and drive across the water hazard.To incorporate the principal into an existing golf cart. All you have to look at is how to use the existing elements, the roofl, seat handles, sand bottles, all of the various pieces into the hovercraft technology.You can get into a bit of trouble with a standard golf cart. That can be a lot of fun. That's fantastic. It would be good for the green and wouldn't do much damage either.This is a competition. The worst boyfriend ever. The boyfriend has seen this coming and ducked out of the way. Have a look. And his lady took it straight in the face. Oh, yes, he's run for it. He left her completely. And now he's looking after her. Are you OK? Should I get you some ice. Putting the nicest spin on it possible, he may have been leaving kafpt to her, the moment of glory. And so she blue it.Ricky Ponting powered this cover drive, it's coming straight towards me, and this other journalist hid behind me. What a fight of war with you.We have the best moments from the Logies coming up - suing a casino over your gambling losses. One man is trying it on. Taking it to the highest court in the land. That's coming up next on Weekend Today. This program is not captioned. VOICEOVER: Hungry Jack's Stunner
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Now, we are inside a casino. And a Gold Coast businessman who gambled. $1.5 billion, is now suing Crown to recover a fraction of the $350 million lost. He is taking the case all of the way to the High Court. Our legal expert Sam is going to tell us what his chances are of winning.The background s it start the around 2006. He has been a heavy gam able letter, he has lost a lot of money over the years. He has been excluded from casinos in Sydney. He excluded himself because of the heavy losses that he had been through. He has history of losing money. And obviously, he has an addiction, a problem, a psychological problem with gambling. But Crown were quite happy toin viet him into their casino. They flue him there, gave him jets, accommodation, $50,000 of free chips and eventually he's lost quite a lot of money at Crown. He took an action against them in the Supreme Court in Victoria, saying because of my addiction, you took advantage of me, I've lost over $300 million. I want my money back. Well, he lost in the Supreme Court of Victoria. They said look, a casino's not responsible for o your addiction, if it's your addiction, you look after it. He appealed. However, the High Court of Australia gave them leave to appeal to them. We're waiting on a decision.If you are smart enough to have a business worth what he's worth. You are smart enough to know that the casinos are designed with a house edge. The more money you will lose over time. That's the way that they work.That's right and a reasonable argument to put to somebody who is reasoning properly. If you have a bit of a problem or disease or an addiction, you can't make that distinction. I mean, you don't know when to stop.Had he presented to Crown that he was any evidence that he was in problems, he wasn't a normal, if you could call it, a normal gamble letter. The evidence I've seen put to the High Court and other courts, seems obvious that the Crown knew or should have known. They tried to get a psychological effect to the report that he was OK to gamble. They knew that there was a problem. The casino is whether the casino owed him a duty not to take advantage or take an overadvantage of the fact that he had this disease. I mean, it comes down to this - in the licker industry, you have to have responsible serving of alcohol. If you serve somebody alcohol who is dead drunk and gets injured, you are responsible. Now it comes to the gambling industry - should you stop them gambling and exclude them. That's the big question that is before the court here. Did the casino act un congnawablely in allowing him to lose.What's his chances of winning?I think if I was putting my money on it, at least 50%. It's certainly not a dead case. I say that because the High Court of Australia does not normally give leave for people to argue these sorts of things unless they think there's something in it. So he has 50%, maybe even better, of winning it.Thank you very much. Interesting Sam what do you think, Layla?Well, Beatles as you've never seen them before. We'll speak to the photographer who had exclusive access. He has taken pictures you wouldn't have seen. Up next - the Hollywood headlines with Michele Mahone. What's the latest? Ritchie was booted off Bon Jovi tour. And I'll tell you why. # I can't live
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Hollywood headlines with Michele Mahone. One that's close to home at the moment - Seal is releasing a new song.Well, it is called Let Yourself. He said that he gets the inspiration directly from 'The Voice' and the confidence that he has got from it. Overwhelming success. The lyric the chorus are, "Let yourself be part of something new." That's what it's about - you have to get out of your own way and let yourself with great. I couldn't get my tongue out of my which on that one. I'm not get yet.You know what's interesting in this morning's press. Seal and Delta are kind of openingly hostile to each other. They're not trying to hide the fact that there's friction.So much excitement about tonight. A bit of gossip from cam.Sorry to take your little space there - doll. Broken promise - the Government accused of going back on a pledge to pay our best teachers a $10,000 bonus. First blood - NRL plan as tough response to doping scandal. Will other codes follows? Bombers thrashed Demons. Eels bounced back, a big win over Sharks. Beatles, as never seen before - we'll speak to the photographer who had exclusive access to the fab four. And the Logies. We'll look back at the greatest moments from TV's biggest night.
# Here we come. # Here we go.Sunday 7th April 2013. Brown Marshall is on the Logies tonight too. He'll be fantastic. Good morning to you. Making news - a breaking story through to the newsroom - Melbourne homicide detectives are currently on their way to a home in the city's north- west where a woman's body was found around 5:00 this morning. The circumstances surrounding her death are not clear. We'll bring you more information as we get it. Meantime, a man has been charged with murder, following the death of another man south-west of Melbourne last night. Police were called to a home in Seabrook. A 32-year-old suspect will face court today. Unconfirmed reports that the victim died as a result of stab wounds. An Australian man living in the Philippines has been shot dead at a beach resort. A 53 has been confirmed to have been killed on Friday night. Paul Dean Davy was shot in the back of the head in front of holiday goers at Blue Rock Beach Resort. He was reportedly rushed to a local hospital and died a hort time later. It's not clear if the shooter has been found. The importance of relationship with China will be highlighted when Julia Gillard meets the new President today. Regional security and economic growth are top of the agenda.Julia Gillard's second day - it's a big day meeting the new Chinese President in separate face- to-face talks. They will discuss trade, investment and business opportunities. They will also discuss North Korea. The Prime Minister to urge China to use its influence and talk the North into calming the rhetoric and stopping the military threats. Julia Gillard speaks to the forum today. Meeting one of the founding fathers ahead of it. And after criticism from the likes of mining magnates for not attending last year and accused of not apaying enough attention to China, Julia Gillard is determined to pitch Australia to a closer relationship. It's only this Government that has a plan for Australia in this century of growth and change. It's only this Government that has a plan comprehensive engagement across the region as a result, including with China.In her speech, the Prime Minister will stress the importance of economic growth, peace and carbon pricing in the region. Meantime, foreign diplomats in North have ignored Pyongyang's arounds to evacuate. Intelligence amists are examening the nuclear capabilities, questioning whether to shoot down missiles or let them fall into the sea.We have the capability to knock the missile down. We've never tested against it. Until you actually do it for rat, there's no knowing that we have absolutely 100% certainity of knocking it down. There will be tension within the US - can we engage this missile.Pyongyang has released more video of mass rallies supporting North Korea's decision to prepare for combat. Nelson Mandela is back at his home this morning, after spending 10 days in hospital undergoing treatment for pneumonia. It's the third time the 94-year-old has been admitted to hospital since December. The former leader will receive ongoing care from home. And Madonna has visited an orphanage as she continued her charity tour, despite being at odds with the government. The pop star spent her fifth day in the country outside the capital. Snoom a lot of progress has been made here. All of the other places that we visited all week, I've seen a lot of amazing things happening and met with a lot of amazing people. I feel very welcome here Madonna has two adopted children. Let's get all of the sport now with Tim. Today it's about Mick Malthouse and Carlton against Collingwood. Meanwhile, Melbourne have been flogged elsewhere. Adelaide cruised past Giants, Essendon thrashed Melbourne by 148 points. Bombers tore their aponants apart with a difference of 55 and only increased after that. Melbourne could only manage one major in the second half, compared to 14 straight goals from Essendon.Electricity and has been. Determinecy kicks the goal and theresis. Another record tumble. Our Channel Nine cameras will be out this afternoon, as Dragons host the former coach. Last night, Eels won the Cup over Cronulla 13-6. Sharks coach Shane Flanagan admitting the ongoing ASADA investigation has taken its toll. There is a massive elephant in the room, if you want to call it that. We can't prepare on one session a week with all of the stuff going on. Also last night, the cowboys shut out Penrith cruising to 30-0 win in Townsville. Rebels snapped five- game losing streak in the Super Rugby competition over Force. They picked up a bonus point after Jason snared a double. It was a tougher night for Waratahs smashing 39 points in Wellington. Adelaide and Brisbane face-off tonight for a place in the afplt league semifinals and match up next weekend. In the Premier League - Arsenal jump nude leading territory over West Brom. At the other end of the table - reding has slipped closer to relation, losing 2-0 to Southampton. Craig loupbs is out for revenge, after giving up championship lead in the V8 Supercars. He spun out in Tasmania with Fabian Coulthard taking his first win of the year. Just seeing that name Jason reminded me of one of the great jokes - why Wood Wood - am what a name.Glad you are amused.Alright - coming up on Weekend Today - bring out those sandwiches.On the road - the Beatles. This photographer had exclusive access to the band. And has released never-before-seen photographs.And they were quite early days too. When they were loving it. Full of fun and very clean cut actually. # Let me hold your hand.Quieten joying that. Let's go, I think I'm missing out on something.We are an hour late for our coffee. Our body clock is out.Weather now with Natalia Cooper. What can we expect today and tonight?It's going to be a great night, Leila. I want to introduce you to a little friend of mine, who is not so little. Check out how big is this guy! Do you like it? It's pretty cool. To give you an idea - I'm 5'8". Nine has a pretty good chance of taking away some smaller versions of this tonight. Nine is nominated 37 times tonight. So a pretty good chance to take away quite a few Logies. I'll let you know exactly what will be happening here at Crown tonight. But first of all, let's take a check of the weather right across the country today.
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There's international stars here tonight. Hamish and Andy will be presenting as well as Sonia and Jessica. A bit of an interesting fact - bass I'm the fact machine today. There will be 15069 cases of wine for drinking tonight. It's set to be a pretty big night at Crown. Cam, I'm going to throw it back to you, I have to figure out a way to get this big guy back to Sydney to go into my lounge room.Thanks. The Julia Gillard Government is accused of breaking another campaign promise - that story in three minutes' time. First to the conflict in Korea. The North has made another threat that it is preparing for war. Mark, hello to you. Reports that the Government will ramp-up production of artillery. What are the details there?It's a report coming out through the state controlled TV at Pyongyang. It says that Kim Jong Un has told artillery workers at ammunition's factory that they need to ramp-up production of shells. He said North Korea needs good quality shells in case the country has to make a pre-emptive strike. Another report coming out of North Korea reported by the Chinese news agency saying that the Foreign Ministerry is saying it's not a case whrf there will be a missile strike but when. All adding to the tension. The US Government is playing its own role in this. They are monitoring the situation. They seem to take things more seriously in the last week or so. They are set to send in drone surveillance.Yeah, they are doing, sending in unmanned drone aircraft to an air base in northern Japan. It's obviously able to spy on the border regions between north and South Korea. Again, it's tit-for-tat. The North Koreans issuing plenty of rhetoric on this. And the Americans moving plenty of battle into Guam.You are not far away from the source of all of this tension. Do you get the feeling in Seoul that there's some sort of attack imminent or is it business as usual there?No, you don't get that feeling. It's quite strange in fact. We are just 50km or so from the North Korean border here in Seoul. A huge city. And just moving around yesterday, it really is very much business as usual. People were packed in the streets doing shopping, coffee shops were going nuts. It was just very much normal. We did speak to a few people. And they just believe that South Korea will be OK they kept on saying. They believe that the South has a superior military force and will be able to neutralise. One lady told me that her father is a soldier working close-up to the border and she was a bit concerned about it. You don't get the feeling here in Seoul that the news is dominating the media. They are running reports of it. They are also running stories on the economy and they are all over the basketball here. They are baseball mad here. People are getting lost in that as well. So they are get on with their lives. They've had to deal with this for so long, they are used to T it's just more prop gnda from North Korea.Maybe a sense that they've seen it all before. Mark, thanks for your time this morning.The Logies' greatest hits. We'll look at some classic moments and classic fashion. A lot of Bert Newton involved. First, the Julia Gillard Government is accused of breaking another promise to Australians - by backing out on a plan to give our best teachers $10,000 bonus. I spoke to Sam a short time ago who broke the story.You called this a hoax. That's a strong word. Can you back that up?It is a strong word. I don't think there's a lot of teachers that were going to be expecting the bonuses any more around the country. They were promised with great fanfare at the 2010 election, where Julia Gillard got up during the campaign and said that every teacher in Australia would be eligible for the bonuses. We have secured a copy of the confidential agreement put to the states ahead of April's talks. This says that the scheme and payments will end if the states sign on in January 2014. That was when the first payments were meant to start. We asked the Government what will happen. Will teachers get the bonuses or not. Essentially the Education Minister is saying that it's up to the states, they will get more money overall under the new agreement. If they want to pay bonuses they can, we won't make them.Teachers deserve a better break than that. New photographs of the Beatles in their heyday. Always described as TV's night of nights. This year marks 55 years of Logies. So many great moments over the years. Here's a quick look back. It's Australian TV's night of nights. When our favourite stars come out to play.
come out to play. For over five decades, the awards have celebrated the best on the box. Hosting the Logies is a huge honour.Welcome all to the 42nd Logies. And God, if only they were that long.It's also the toughest applause on TV. The record holder is Bert Newton. Tonight we're very excited about the Logies. For the very first time that I'm fixed. No, no, the ledgend first took to the podium before colour TV. He has been remastered for many of the most memorable moments.I like the boy.Yes went three rounds with mow ham yud back in 1993. And took on the biggest bird in the business.You have everything we require for Australian TV, tall, you are American.Not all of our overseas guests has been as warmly received. Michael Coal started the party early when he appeared in 1973. And mat Blanc made very few friends in 2005.I have an opportunity to expand with my cultural in terms of being Australian sports TV. It rocks. You guys are great.Music has always been a great big part of the event. # You are my original send. And babes. And Ricky Martin. # Like every girl.Fashion has its ups and downs to.Isn't it lovely, the dress you're almost wearing.At the end of the night, it all comes down to this moment. Every nominee wants to hear these words. Ray has been the man five times. But it's the king who reigns. Greamken dewon the award on six occasions.I would like to thank me for being a grand performer.Our very own Karl Stefanovic won gold two years ago. I never thought that I would be standing up here in front of this crowd with this thing in my hand. If you don't win the big one, you can always share.Here, pal, six months in your house and six months in mine. How's that?It always throws up a few surprises. It will be an interesting night now. They were the biggest band in the world. The Beatles - in a moment, we'll talk to a photographer who had exclusive access to the band. And has just released some photographs. The rich Willis with the look back. It all started back in 1957 when John Lennon invited Paul McCartney to join his group Macquariey Men. # She loves you.George soon signed on. Ringo, the final recruit. The fab four were in business. # Shake it up baby. # Twist and shout.Music became their ticket to ride around the globe and mania took over the planet. The fab four made a bundle singing songs about peace, love and freedom, providing the soundtrack for a generation. Lenian and Carter were matched as artists. Unforgettable lyrics and so catchy melodies. # Let me hold you hand.But even as they were ruling the air waves. The Beatles were drifting. A lifestyle built on sex and drugs were taring the rock'n'roll apart. Still, the music flowed and their albums provided the soundtrack for a generation.Henry was a photographer who had great access to the band. And I spoke to him yesterday. Good morning. Incredible access and incredible photographs. How did you become so close with the band?I spent some time with them. I went to NASA and Austria and London. And when we were in London George asked me to take some portraits, which I did. And then he said let's go visit John, so we went to visit John. It turns out that I was the only British photographer ever invited into their homes.How relaxed were they with you being there and taking photographs?Totally relaxed. I was only four, five years older than they were. I wasn't asking anything of them, wanting anything from them. I was like a fly on the wall. I had my cameras on my shoulder. I was just recording what was happening. What was life-like around the Beatles at that point?It depends on where herp. When they were together, it was just fun. Working on NASA, it was a series of pictures where Paul is dancing on the beach with some of the crew. And telling a story on a boat and John is laughing as Paul gestures wildly. And Ringo would walk up to me and tell me to look over there and he'd press the button on my camera and off would go a kuch Alf frames.It must be quite exciting for hardcore fans. Many of these photographs haven't been seen before.Yes, I thought about it this morning especially. Because people who haven't spent time with the Beatles can hardly know how witty, charming, intelligent and fun they were. Except in press conferences and many people didn't see press conferences but spending time around them, I had a ball. They were fun to be with. Interesting. Always.And the photographs look very friendly, family-orientated. They are not kind of rock star pictures as you would imagine them to be in terms of destroyed hotel rooms. It seems to be all very clean cut.It was clean cut, Leila. I didn't think of them as rock stars but divies having fun and were fun to be with. And were sharp, intelligent, fun. What's your favourite memory of spending time with these guys?Whoa. The time in Austria was a lot of fun. Ringo was making a puppet out of snow. I was taking pictures of the four of them at the house, where they were staying, and John offered to comb my hair to make me look like a Beatle and Ringo took the camera. When I went to take pictures of Paul at home, the sunlight was fbs and just right for pictures. Pictures of John with his baby playing with a top on the floor and then ripping with George in the other room and being watched. Both had get yours, while the women were talking and looking out at the curtains in the living room. The thing is for me, it's like visiting old friends. There is so much going on. Every time I look at the book I smile.What do the surviving members of the band think?Ringo saw the book four weeks ago in Los Angeles and evidently he loved T he said he never thought these pictures could last so long. It reminds me of how much fun we were having and how lively we were. And I was so glad of that.Well, we look forward to seeing all of the photographs. You have captured a moment in time. Thank you for coming on the show and sharing your memories with us.Thank you very much.Great access. He has a great voice. I didn't hear a word he said. He said things like, "Yes, they were lovely Leila." When you talk about cats. There's only one world famous one. Hers is the grumpy face. If you haven't already met her, meet Grumpy Cat. Her owners started posting videos to YouTube after the peanut gallery swore that her priceless face was photoshopped. Her videos have been viewed millions of times. She plays with strings, fits into boxes and of course being grumpy. Now her famous smile turned upside down is splashed across mugs, T-shirts and playing cards. She's the latest face of Friskie.I like T we'll speak to her and her owner a little later on.I wonder if you can impress Grumpy Cat.There wasn't a lot of smiles cracked.TV ledgend Brian goes into the Logies Hall of Fame tonight. And a new poll ranks the greatest Australian singers of all time. That's part of E-wind. It's great to have you with us. # Life and understanding. # We're not going to sit in This program is not captioned.
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And that's just moments away. It's Deb's time to shine.Put the pressure on. Thank you. First up in this bulletin. Melbourne police say the details surrounding the death of a woman in the north-west this morning are not clear. Homicide detectives are investigating after the victim's body was found at 5:00 this morning. Meantime, a 32-year- old man will face court today, charged with murder after an alleged stabbing death of another man at Seabrook last night. Police were called to a home at 9:30 where they found a 28-year-old dead at the scene. The United States is using satellites and planes to monitor Pyongyang's missile situation. State TV released more pictures of rallies which the regime supports the Man of the Match to com about the is the claim. This could lead to an all-out war, if not carefully managed. This is 2 million men facing off-against each other. Thousands of tubes of artillery. It there could be millions of casualties.No sense of panic on the streets of Seoul. Many are used to the rhetoric from the North.Two people were lucky to escape unhurt after a unit caught fire on the Gold Coast overnight. Two units arrived on the Surfers Paradise resort.I believe they were asleep at the time and had just finished renovating the unit. The smoke alarm activated, they got out of bed and out safelyly.It's believed the first and second store ies of the unit were destroyed. Thieves targeted a motorcycle shop in Melbourne overnight. They slammed into the glass door of the shop before stealing around a dozen motorbikes. The thieves loaded the bikes onto a truck before making a get away. A man has been injured after being run down by a consider car in Sydney overnight. The victim hit the car's front windscreen before being hit onto the road. The driver provided officers with a statement at the scene. Jane Fonda and her adopted African American daughter have opened up in their first interview with Oprah Winfrey. She was a member of the group founded in the' 60s to stop police brutality towards African Americans. She went to live with Jane Fonda when she was 16.It was like a dark room and the door racked open and the light shun in and I just flue. There was no thought process, it was gut.She wrote a book about her life called lost daughter. A bit of sport around. We have a great Dave sport today what a week culminating for rugby league fans. Roosters and Dogs and Sonny Bill Williams. Let's count it down for now. Early season blockbuster this afternoon. Up to 90,000 expected at MCG to see Collingwood take on karpltian. Demons are heavy favourites for the wooden spoon following a thrashing last night after two games Mark is under pressure to hang onto his position as coach.Only one way out of this - it's together. The whole club is hurting. Every component.A lot of emails this morning and supporters hurting. Six straight goals. A 56 point win over Giants. Rugby league - a short but sweet return for rob Lewis as he helped Queensland to a big win. In the other game overnight Parramatta honoured the memory of Johny, Tim's brother with 13-6 six win over Sharks. Cowboys snapped the three-game losing side in towns will. A kneecap injury saw a sideline short after. Up 24-0 at the break and managed to add another six points in the second.
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Parramatta to notch a second win of the season beating Sharks. Hurricanes lashed with the coach lashing out at NSW suggesting handling errors was the reason behind the consecutive loss overseas. Hugh suffered a shoulder injury in the 23 win over Force. Adelaide United coach is confident his side can beat Roar this afternoon and secure a place in the A-League semifinals against wanderers. And horseracing - Gai Waterhouse is planning her raid on next year's Golden Slipper after capturing the crown for the fifth time with overreach yesterday at rose. She's one-off the record set by her father. I can't wait until Friday night for Sonny Bill Williams.He's back in devastating form.The atmosphere will be incredible. Bring it on.Sleepless nights. How a bad day at the office leads some workers to melt down, act up and just plain lose it. Workers of the world rising up against infuriating workplace oppression. The tyranny of bulky computers, annoying coworkers.Some people going nuts. Now, I think we should have a show of hands if you ever kicked a photo copper or printer.I've smacked this laptop this morning a couple of times. We'll have more on this story in 15 minutes time. Office rage. Right now, let's get the weather with Natalia Cooper who is in Melbourne this morning.Hello. I am here at the Crown with the Logies happening tonight. There are still a lot of hours to go until the ceremony. I told you earlier about people who got here yesterday at 2:00. They got too exhausted and went up to the room to have a little nap before the red carpets arrivals. There are still heaps of people getting pretty excited about the evening tonight. First of all, we'll have a look around the weather around the country today. So we're looking at a shower or two in canes, a top of 29.
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I'm going to ask everybody now who they are here to see. So, guys, who are you going to see tonight? I have absolutely no idea. I'm going to assume it was Cam and Leila.I think it probably was.I think it was Hamish and Andy. How much does it cost to raise a child and which city is the most expensive for parents. The list is surprising. We'll have that coming up. The new poll ranks the greatest Australian singers. That's part of E-wind next on Weekend Today. This program is not captioned. Australia's got
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Rolling Stones announced more shows to the world tour. And there was the rumoured depart your of One Directioner. Richard Wilkins has it all covered in this this week's E- wind.It was the week that the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world announced that they would play another run of shows. Ladies and gentlemen, Rolling Stones.When you get back together, you have had so many years of experience, that it's very easy to restart.Yep, 44 years since that famous gig at Hyde Park. The boys will be back in town, with Temper Trap opening for them. That's very cool. No word of a Rolling Stones Australian tour just yet. More good news - Bernard Fanning is planning a solar album. And Harry Styles - that was the speculation when the heart-throb was spotted alone in the studio. Management insisting he was just working on new material for the group. # We give it a shot.Also prompting a lot of conversation. Bon Jovi crisis. Ritchie quitting the band's American tour amid rumours of a rift with John. Let's hope they sort that out before they hit Australia. During the week, it was announced that aero Smith would join Billy Joel at the Stone festival. And Michael making an Australian fan's dreams come through on the streets of London. # He is even more than # Anyone that you can love.Michael here for the Logies tonight. That's make it a very beautiful day. Beyonce was back in the spotlight with another commercial. # I want to go slow.Buoy she doesn't do anything by halves. Ellen announced a new project too - a sequel to finding Nemo. Slated for release 205.They say I'm one of the five top contenders to play the part of Dorie.The fabulous Trance. An compellent movie about an art heist gone wrong. And the therapist who helps James unlock the secret to where it's hidden. What can you make him do?Anything. Really clever film. Unlike eye 'Identity Thief' has sadly had most of the gags stolen as well.I'd like to pick the easy way.On tour as we speak - script who kicked off at the Perth arena. Great song. And Newton. Faker who came into this very sturoe. Man, can he play and sing or what! One of the whackest stories of the week was the prefllation that Dianna snuck into a gay bar with Fred Merkel. A princess and a queen member out on the town, beautiful. Who is the best singer in Australia? The votes are in for 100 singers and songwriters. Tina at number three. Bom Scott number two. And taking the prize and glory, the man with the voice, and boy can you use it. John Farnham. # You're the voice # Try and understand it #John, Australia's top singer ever. Congratulations. That's just a slip of what went down in the week that was in the wonderful world of entertainment. Thanks, Richard. One of your best. He is the singer's singer.What about Scott out singing Tina 15 arena.Workplace rage - caught on camera. We have that coming up. A new plan by the Government to pay kidney donors. More This program is not captioned.
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An Moloney is excited. First up, let's talk about the plan to try and help Australians to donate kidneys. Playing people in kind of a compensation for lost earnings. It's great news for anybody waiting. Somebody has to be done. Is it getting into a grey area. We don't aplough people to pay cash for organs into this country.We open a grey area. You wonder whether people who may know somebody who knows somebody may sell them when it's not quite the right thing to do. That said, we have 1,000 people on the waiting list. There's not enough organs coming from deceased donors. We're talking $600 for people in paid employment. It's a big process, you have a lot of time off work. This is subsidising for the time that they won't earn, rent to pay. If this makes it easier for people to donate to family, I think it's a good thing. We need to monitor it closely, obviously. Gender discrimination. And it's kind of a reverse discrimination. The telegraph sent a male and female reporter out to see if women are treated better than men when it comes to diskoupbtsz, borrowing a phone, and in this case, the female reporter did receive more favours. Was it her a case of gender discrimination.Caroline is a colleague. She is a complete hoty. You couldn't say no to that girl. We know that getting to the front of the queue, $2 off to get a parking metre, getting a coffee when you don't have the exact money. That's the small stuff. We want the 17% gender pay gap closed. We want fuller superannuation, more women on boards. When we get those things, then it won't be a man's world.An interesting read.Have a look the at it. You can see what you can get away with.Let's look at the new research that shows the cost of raising a child. It's more than $300,000 when you add it all up. The list of expensive cities is quite surprising. The most expensive place to raise a child is Perth, Darwin, mepbl, Brisbane, Hobart, Canberra, Adelaide and Sydney.I'm surprised Sydney is cheap. You I feel like I'm constantly filling up the car running my kids around. This is interesting, you probably know, just recently, you don't know how much it will cost. And in the lead- up, you don't consider that a cot will cost $1,000 and the nappies and everything. That's just the beginning. When they start school it gets more expensive with the sports, we are paying a huge amount for kids to do each sport. The thing is, they cost a lot of money. Would we not have them just because they cost money. They are gorgeous. The other thing is - we spend a lot of things that kids don't need. They need your face smiling at them. That's free.The things that you don't need bottle water, put it in a bowl of hot water.They don't need 1,000 clothes, they need hand me downs, it's good for them to get those I think.We wouldn't trade them in for the world. Let's not add up the total cost, it's not a good idea.$1,000 cot. I'm coming over to sleep at your place. Everybody has a bad day at work now and then. For some, it just gets a little too much. And it can lead to a meltdown. With smartphones at hand, some of these office outbreaks have become viral sensations.
sensations.When people perceive inequity, they are likely to feel angry and want to take steps. It can be worse for those who have to deal with the public. Especially in the pressure cooker of fast food. This fried fried chicken worker is a hit online. These are people who have to say have a nice day every single time they deal wuss.A lot of people in the customer-facing roles have to be actors and actresses and that can be a very onerous burden for certain people. Who when pushed to a point can break.How was your day. Dave worked in a well-known video chain store in New York. The day after Christmas Day 2009.My anger and frustration was building through the day. I was trying to be polite to the people. As soon as we locked the door, the switch went off and I just lost it.He says he was joking. Sort of. But he says he truly had had it with the customers and his manager.I bottled it up all day and finally, my glass jar justered and out it came. I don't regret it for a second. That oncamera meltdown was nothing compared to what came soon after when the boss wanted to write him up for slow sales.I said I'm not signing it and I've had enough of your company. If you at the end of the day are going to fire me, I'm going to quit and save myself the trouble. I just ripped straight open. I just ripped my shirt in half. I was done with the company. I ripped it straight down the middle. I said this is what I think of you guys. I took it off. You can take your job, shove it.Why is it that grown adults can act like children in the office? Workplace is a powerful social situation. We come to react to each other as if we were siblings. The workplace can be a big happy family or a big dysfunctional family.When your office is a classroom, it's inevitable that colleagues will act like children. Sometimes it's the grown up in the room with issues.I saw you just sitting there pulling it off.If you had more people telling you that you are doing a great job, you wouldn't have people freaking out like me.The former games store clerk says the workplace tantrums are nothing less than a desperate cry for dignity. And an angry anthem for the underpaid, underappreciated worker. And he says more people should try it.I say just let it out. Hate red. Back live into the studio. A big distraction in here. It's very therapeutic to have a bit of a meltdown now and again.It's get to get a visit from Karl Stefanovic collecting his leggies. Recycling the tie from two years ago.I don't know. This is Cam's outfit. I'm just taking it early.It's the same as last year's mate.It's stressful for us blokes getting ready. Anyway, I've got to go.Are you having a fake tan?Yeah. We'll see you later. Hollywood headlines with Michele Mahone. Gwyneth Paltrow has a new book. How is it being received? This is a glorious day. Her cookbook hit the shelves this week. And I hardly know where to begin. Let's start with the fact that based on her recipes, it would cost you $300 per day to feed your family. Her egg white omelette for instance calls for duck eggs, that will set you back $30. Her fish finger recipe for kids will cost $71.50. But that's nothing, nothing, compared to her tuna salad tomorrow start off, you need honey, which averages $25 per jar. And will cost you $ 120 to make. It it is drenched from a rich person, fearlessly boasting about her life of privilege. The New York post says it like a manifesto to creepy healthy girl with members who use beat juice rather than permanent marker to circle the problem areas of each other's booedies. It is a laughable Hollywood book that takes eating to the next level.Somebody has gone a little overboard there. No, sir, it's spot on.How can fish fingers cost $70. Snoot tuna salad's $120.You don't have to use the whole tuna.I'd share but I just can't do it. It's going to be what I eat all week.Would you feel better about moving on to Ritchie departing from Bon Jovi.He is out of the tour. It's because Bon Jovi said he had to go. But more to the point, Bon Jovi's wife said he had to go. It seems Ritchie is drinking a ton. And has a lot of, "Bimbos surrounding him at all times." Now, I'm sure they will lovely girls. He has been to rehab twice. Sources say he's not feeling the whole rehab thing right now. And he's just not going to quit drinking. So it seems his rock band has outgrown him. That's sad.He knows what he wants.Thanks. Stay away from the honey.
Julia Gillard condemns North Korea's aggression as she prepares to open a summit with our key Asian partners. The most famous feline in the world - you know the one - grumpy Cat. We have her direct from the US. Finding Nemo again - plans for a sequel on the way. We look at why it is a family favourite. And a tribute to a legend - we'll celebrate the career of Brian hendderson, who enters the Logies Hall of Fame.I'm Brian hen derson. Good morning to you. It is Sunday, 7 April. We do not impress Grumpy Cat. That Hendo story is interesting. All the news stories throughout Australia's history - seeing how they were reported back then - fascinating. The haircut, for a start! Breaking new