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Good morning everyone. I'm Ron

Wilson. And I'm Kath Robinson.

Welcome to Ten's Early News.

This morning, a new twist in the

jack jk bombings. Claims a termor

fugitive fine-tuned the atrocity

from one of the targeted hotels.

Charged with her brother-in-law's

mother, a Melbourne matriarch

facing court.

Climate U-turn, the policy slip-up

that put Malcolm Turnbull on a

slip-up course with his own party.

And Australia defeated at Lords for

the first time in 75 years.

Let's begin with a check of the

weather around the country:

Heading the bulletin this morning,

Indonesian police have taken DNA

samples from a family believed to

be related to one of the two

suicide bombers in Jakarta. It's

believed that the mastermind of the

attacks stayed in the Marriott

Hotel prior to the atrocity.

Radical cleric Abu Bakar Bashir has

labelled the bombings a warning from Allah.

Australian families are preparing

to bring home the bodys of their

love ones. They've been here for

several days but it appears that

today will be the day that the families of threet Australian blast

victims finally get to take their

loved ones home. The Jakarta Police

said that it would be within the

next 24 hours that the remains

would be repatriated. The

Department of Foreign Affairs said

that it is offering all assistance

required to the family. DNA will be

the key to solving the case. It's

understood that DNA samples have

been taken from the suspected

family members and that will be

used to confirm their identity,

although it is thought that police

are trying to reconstruct the face

and head of the suicide bomber.

Another interesting point was

revealed last night. There appears

to be a case of thanks, but no

thanks when it comes to AFP

involvement. The department

revealing that just one AFP officer

has been appointed to share

information about the three

Australian victims in this case,.

involvement in the actual However, there is no AFP

investigation itself. That's in

stark contrast, of course, to the

2002 Bali bombings where there were

dozens of AFP officers involved in

the investigation. From now though,

from Jakarta, it's back to you.

Melbourne matriarch Judy Moran has

been charged with the murder of her

brother-in-law. Desmond Tuppence

Moran was gunned down in a suburban

deli a month ago. She was

originally charged with being an

accessory to the murder, but

yesterday, that charge was upgraded.

The sister-in-law of one of her

sons, Suzanne Kane, has also been

charged with murder. Both women

will appear in the Melbourne

Magistrates Court this morning.

The bodies of a Gold Coast couple

has been found locked inside their

home. The man and woman may have

been dead for weeks, but no-one knew.

Police carrying out a welfare check

made the grim discovery. The bodys

of a 59-year-old man and his 56-

year-old wife were in the back room

of the house. There was no sign of

forced entry. At this point in time,

we've only conducted preliminary

inquiry and we're still yet to do a

full scientific examination as to

the possible calls of death.

Detectives say it is unclear how

the couple died. There were no

obvious injuries. Now, that's a

surprise to me, really. That they

passed away. Because there was

never any trouble that I knew of,

anyway. Police don't know how long

the bodies have been there, but the

couple hadn't been seen for weeks.

The lights were still coming on

inside their home - possibly by

automatic timer. We've had drinks

with them. Our children have played

together. Medical examinations will

now be carried out to determine a

calls of death.

Malcolm Turnbull is facing a

partyroom revolt over climate

change. News Limited papers say

that weeks after the disaster rows

ute-gate, the Liberal leader has

angered members by pitching a

policy which hasn't been decided on.

Mr Turnbull looked to mod ify the

proposed Emissions Trading Scheme

rather than knocking it down.

Coalition policy is to knock down

the laws in the Senate.

More than 10,000 residents have

evacuated their homes with wild

fires in western Canada. Three

large blazes broke out in pine

forests. At least nine homes have

been destroyed and a further 6,000

residents are on evacuation alert.

In sport this morning, England has

taken a 1-0 lead in the ash ashes

after victory in the second Test

against Australia. The hosts

claimed the final five Aussie

scalps before lunch on the final

day. All-rounder Andrew Flintoff

finishing with a five-wicket haul.

Brad Haddin and Michael Clarke

departed without adding much to

their scores. Mitchell Johnson

proved capable with the bat.

It's England's first Ashes victory

at Lords since 194.

It's that long drought that has

English fans gloating and the

Aussie cricketers in damage control. Ten's Europe correspondentisisise

was at Lords for the final day's

play.

History has been made here in Lords

in London. Unfortunately, not the

kind of history that Australia was

looking for. After waiting 75 years,

England has finally beaten

Australia here at the world famous

cricket ground and the last day of

the second Ashes Test was all

wrapped up before lunch. It's

disappointing any time you don't

win a Test, and we've been

outplayed for the majority of the

game. Looking back on the series so

far, captain Ricky Ponting knows

exactly which areas his men have to

improve on before the next Test.

The first two days is where the

game is being decided. I'm pretty

happy with the way weistic at

things for the remainder of the

game. It's just little skill errors

that have cost us big time. While

the Australian team figures out how

to bounce back in time for the Test

in Edge, the Australian fans have

taken time coming to terms with the

lost. Disappointed. Very

disappointed. You come here to see

cricket in the other side of the

world and see the first time we've

lost in years. Cheer up, mate! Yeah,

that's alright, thanks. So, 1-0

down, the Aussies certainly have

their work cut out for them, but

there is plenty of the Ashes series

left to play, and now the

Australian players and fans have

plenty of time to recover and

prepare for the next big battle.

Two rugby league, and Jarryd Hayne

has helped Parramatta keep their

finals hopes alive with an 18-16

win over the Melbourne Storm. He

set up the first try of the night

with some exciting sideline

attacking. COMMENTATOR: He links up

with Jeff Robson there's nobody in

front of him. Greg Inglis is coming.

The Storm scored two tries in the

final ten minutes, but it wasn't

quite enough. The Eels holding on

for a narrow victory.

A double blow for AFL ladder

leaders St Kilda with the Saints

losing two players to suspension.

Justin Koschitzke and defender Zac

Dawson both banned from the

blockbuster against the Bulldogs.

It was late and wreckless, and just

as big a blow to the undefeated

Saints. Justin Koschitzke to miss

Saturday night's match against the

western Bulldogs for collecting

crow Richard Douglas. The Saint

handed a 2-match ban, but an early

guilty plea will see him mills the

one. Zac Dawson is in the same.

Fremantle's Des Headland and

Michael Walters are the subject of

a police investigation following a

brawl outside a popular Perth pub

in the early hours of Sunday

morning. Police and an ambulance

were called to the hotel when a

group of people started brawling at

a nearby taxi rank. The Dockers

have confirmed that the pair were

involved, but are yet to take

action. And Sydney's Ted Richards

is expected to be discharged from

hospital tomorrow after suffering a

punctured lung in Saturday's loss to Carlton.

All the morning's finance news now

and more evidence that we're

actually missing the worst of the

global financial crisis cies.

Yes, the latest Access Economics

business outlook says that

Australia has made it through the

most dangerous phase. That's thanks

in part to trade and raw materials

and stronger than expected retail

spending fuelled by lower interest

rates. Amongst the rich nations,

Australia is clearly leading. We're

doing very well. Now, that's not to

say that we're not in trouble. The

economy is weak. Access predicts

the jobless rate to peak at 7.5%.

Good news now for motorists with

petrol prices set to fall. A drop

in the price of crude oil and the

rising dollar is expected to shave

a further 5 cents a litre off

unleaded. That's on top of a 3 cent

average fall last week. The

Singapore oil price, which is a key

indicator for our oil industry has

fallen by more than 10% over last month.

Taking a look at the screen now for

a check of the weather in your part

of the country today:

Checking today's newspaper

headlines - the 'Daily Telegraph'

says parents may soon be banned

from junior rugby league matches to

stamp out violence, abuse and

offfield spectator scuffles.

The 'Financial Review' reports

almost 60 Federal Government

agencies ran at a loss last

financial year mainly due to the

global financial crisis.

The Australian says that unions are

stepping up their push for a "buy

Australian" policy. Australian" policy.

And in 'Business Day', claims that

a fall in PPI claims inflation is

rapidly being skweetzed out of the economy.

The Melbourne widow facing court

over the murder of her brother-in-

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This program is captioned live.

Headlines every 15 minutes here on

ten's early news.

Melbourne mt ray a Judy Moran to

face court charged with the murder of her brother-in-law.

Fears a couple have been dead in

their home for weeks before being

found by police. Detectives haven't

yet found a motive.

DNA swabs taken as police try to

solve the Jakarta bombings which

terrorists orchestrated from a room

in one of the targeted hotels.

And moon versus Mars. Where should

we go next? A panel of astronauts

thrashes out the possibilities on

the anniversary of the landing that

made them household names.

There have been startling

developments in the murder

investigation of Desmond Tuppence

Moran. The charges against his

sister-in-law Judy Moran have been

upgraded. She'll face court this morning.

Melbourne matriarch Judy Moran was

expected to front court on a lesser

charge and apply for bail. Instead,

shell ale appear in the Melbourne

Magistrates Court accused of the

murder of her brother-in-law.

Desmond Tuppence Moran was gunned

down at a busy deli on June 15.

Soon after, the 64-year-old was

charged with being an accessory to

the murder, but yesterday, that

charge was upgraded. Judy is the

widow of Lewis Moran and the mother

of Jason and Mark, all victims of

Melbourne's bloody gangland war. Charges against the sister-in-law

of one of her sons, Suzanne Kane,

have also been upgraded to murder.

Her boyfriend, Jeffrey Armour, was charged with Desmond Tuppence charged with Desmond Tuppence

Moran's murder last month. The new

charges suggest that Judy Moran and

Suzanne Kane conspired to kill Des,

or had prior knowledge of his

murder plans. Both women remain in custody.

The bodies of a Gold Coast couple

found dead inside their home may

have been there for weeks. The man have been there for weeks. The man

and woman were discovered by police

yesterday afternoon after their

distraught family requested a

welfare check. Detectives say the

home was locked and there was no

obvious injuries. Medical tests

will be carried out to determine

the exact cause of death.

Neighbours say they haven't seen

the couple for weeks.

The 15-year-old girl whose family

was brutally murdered in a Sydney

home is now being cared for by

relatives and is under police

protection. Chinese-born newsagent

Min Lin, his wife yunly, her sister

Yun Bin and two sons were found Yun Bin and two sons were found

bludgeoned to death. The victim

facial wounds are so severe, DNA facial wounds are so severe, DNA

evidence and dental records will be required to positively identify

them. Detectives are yet to find a

motive for the murders.

A breakthrough treatment is

stalling the effects of a disease

which send someone to hospital

every five minutes in Australia.

With more on the new osteoporosis

pill, I'm joined on the telephone

live by Professer Peter Eberling.

What makes this pill different to

other medications that are already

available? This pill only needs to

be taken once a month, so most of

the current treatments are taken

once a week. Well, there is an

infusion once a year, so it creates

greater choice for patients and we

hope that more patients will take

treatment for osteoporosis if they

need it. What sort of effect can

sufferers from osteoporosis expect

from the medication? The medication

works quickly to reduce the risk of

getting other fractures or broken

bones by 50%, and what happens in

osteoporosis is that patients need

to take medications in the long-

term, so we hope that the

convenience of taking a tablet once

a month means that they'll take the

tablet longer to get effective

treatment for the condition. What

is the availability of the new

medication, and also the benefits

of it on the pharmaceutical

benefits scheme? The benefit of it

being on the pharmaceutical

benefits means that more patients

have access to it, so it is really

important that we have equity of

access to treatments for

osteoporosis so that the people who

need it can get it, and it is now

available from July 1, so that's

very good news for patients with

osteoporosis. Indeed it is.

Professor, thank you very much for

speaking with us this morning, Professer Peter Eberling from

Melbourne's Western Hospital.

Indonesian police say DNA will be

the key to solving the deadly

Jakarta bombings. They've taken

samples from a family in Java,

believed to be related to one of

the two suicide attackers. Officers

are also digital tally rebuilding

the faces of the men who have been

linked to the radical terrorist

group Jemaah Islamiah. It's also

believed that the mastermind of the

bombings may have stayed at the

Marriott Hotel with the bombers for

two days before the attacks.

Radical cleric Abu Bakar Bashir has

claimed the atrocity was a warning

from Allah. The families of three

Australians killed will today bring

home the bodies of their loved ones.

There's been a dramatic confession

from the loan surviving gunman from

the terror attacks in Mumbai.

Mohammed Ajmal Kasab told an Indian

court details of their journey from

Pakistan and the details of the

shooting rampage. 166 people were

killed. The unexpected admission of

guilt came after months of denying

his involvement in the atrocity.

There's rekindled interest in space

travel as the world celebrates the

40th anniversary of man's first

walk on the moon. While NASA is

planning another expedition there,

it's being challenged to take

another giant leap and send man to Mars.

Neil Armstrong was the mission

commander, the daring test pilot

who during the thrilling July days

in 1969 became one of the most

famous men in the world. Despite

the intense publicity 40 years ago,

Armstrong has only rarely spoken

about 'Apollo 11' and the first

steps on the moon. But last night, steps on the moon. But last night, to celebrate the anniversary, he

stepped out of the shadows once

more to national acclaim. The story

of 'Apollo 11' and its stunning

achievements has only served to

highlight how man's in low orbit

and how NASA has lost the ability

to unite the nation. The other

astronaut who walked on the moon

that day is Buzz Aldrin. He is

directly challenging NASA's

ambition to return to the moon,

saying that Mars is a much more

inspirational destination. America,

do you still dream great dreams? Do

you still believe in yourself? Are

you ready for a great national challenge?

A country town has withdrawn its

offer to take over Australia's

oldest professional foot race.

Ballarat had pledged $1.25 million

over five years for the Stawell

Gift. It made the offer on

information that the Victorian

Government was considering withdrawing funding, but Premier

John Brumby has since confirmed his

support for the carnival in the

gold fields town.

Well, they've done it. England has

snapped a 75-year Ashes at Lords

claiming a win over Australia in

the second Test. The hosts lead the

series 1-0 after finishing off

Australia before lunch on the final day. Australia before lunch on the final day.

Australia's dream of an historic

win dashed on the 10th ball of the

morning. COMMENTATOR: What a start

with Andrew Flintoff there. Brad

Haddin out in quick time. Clarke

followed. As the vice-captain

departed, so too did the tourists'

chances. Andrew Flintoff again

haunting Australia. It was the all-

rounder's first Test since the 2005

Ashes. Johnson with the final

Ashes. Johnson with the final

wicket to fall for a brisk 63.

Australia one down in cricket's

most treasured trophy. They've

outplayed us and we have to bounce

back quickly. Emotional scenes post

match for Andrew Flintoff who was

named man of the match. And despite

speculation, the all-rounder ruled

out any immediate retirement. I

have three more Test matches left

and I'll give my all. It will be

hard to get through them but I'm

going to give my all. hard to get through them but I'm going to give my all.

The Parramatta Eels ease have with

stood a late come back from the

Melbourne storm. Once again, it was

the fullback who provided spark.

Nathan Hindmarsh ran out for his

250th game, and his team-mates got

it off to a great start. 250th game, and his team-mates got it off to a great start. There's

nobody in front of him. Greg Inglis nobody in front of him. Greg Inglis

is coming. Jarryd Hayne tip toing is coming. Jarryd Hayne tip toing

along the sideline to set up the

first try of the night, and

Parramatta fans didn't have to wait

long for another. Fuifui MoiMoi on

there. The Eels extending their

lead while it took the Storm until lead while it took the Storm until

the second half to score. Melbourne

outscored the Eels in the second 40,

but the damage had already been

done. Parramatta getting home by 2.

We're not sitting in the best

position on the ladder, and we

needed a win, and it was a tough

win, which is good. The win means

the Eels keep their finals hopes alive.

Well, it was another bumper night

on Wall Street thanks to a major US

lender avoiding bankruptcy. With

more, I'm joined by Juliana Roadley

at Commsec. CIT Group has found a

savior? Yes, they have and it has

come in the form of the bond

holders. $3 billion to get them out

of the hole. Also in the US,

positive signs with economy leading

indicators coming in higher than

expected. A rally in oil and metal

prices. The NASDAQ up by 22 points.

The news flow gets heavier tomorrow

with the Federal Reserve chairman

Ben Bernanke, his half yearly

conference meeting with Congress

kicks off. Apple, Yahoo and Cater pillar reporting.

What can we expect from our market?

Our market is set to open higher.

The oil price is now just below US

$64 a barrel. The gold price is up

$11 to $969. Base metals are higher

and also car sales out for the

month of June. We're looking for a

whopper increase of around 10%

boosted by the Government's small business stimulus.

OK, thank you.

Here's a weather check for you:

'Masterchef' runner up, Poh Ling

Yeow, has apologyised to her

parents for her shock nude art

exposee. The 35-year-old Adelaide

artist posed for the pictures after

losing out in the kitchen to Julie

Goodwin. Coming from an artistic

background, I don't have any

regrets or shame about it. I think

my family is a little shocked so

sorry mum and dad. One in five

Australians watched 'Masterchef''s

finale. The nation's largest ever finale. The nation's largest ever

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This program is captioned live.

Headlines on the quarter hour in

Ten's Early News. A new twist in

the Jakarta bombings claims a

terror fugitive fine-tuned the

atrolsity from a room in one of the

targeted hotels. Moil Charged with

her brother-in-law's murder, the

Melbourne matriarch facing court a

month after wailing over his dead body.

Climate U-turn. The policy slip-up

that's put Malcolm Turnbull on a

collision course with his own party.

And Australia loses an Ashes Test

at Lords for the fi time in decades.

England posting a trumping 1150 run victory.

Checking the weather:

Indonesian police have taken DNA

samples from a family believed to

be related to one of the two

Jakarta suicide attackers. It's now

believed the mastermind of the

attacks stayed in the Marriott

Hotel prior to the atrocity.

Radical cleric Abu Bakar Bashir has

labelled the bombings a warning

from Allah. Our correspondent is in

Jakarta where family families are

preparing to bring home the bodies

of their loved ones. They've been

here for several days now, but it

appears that today will be the day

that the families of three

Australian blast victims finally

get to take their loved ones home.

The Jakarta Police said that it

would be within the next 24 hours

that the remains would be

repatriated to Australia. The repatriated to Australia. The

Department of Foreign Affairs says

it is offering all assistance to

the family that is is required. On

the investigation front, police the investigation front, police

here say that DNA will be the key

to solving this case. It's

understood some DNA samples have

been taken from suspected family

members of the suicide bombers in

Java, and that will be used to help

confirm their identity. Although

it's understood that police here

are trying to reconstruct the fails

and head of the suicide bombers to

see if they can be recognised. One

other interesting point was

revealed at a press conference last

night. There appears to be a case

of thanks but no thanks when it

comes to AFP involvement in the

investigation. The Jakarta police

revealing that just one AFP officer

has been appointed to share vital

information about the three

Australian victims in this case.

However, there is no AFP

involvement in the actual

investigation itself. That's in

stark contrast, of course, to the

2002 Bali bombings where there were

dozens of AFP officers involved in

the investigation. From now though

from Jakarta, it's back to you.

There have been startling

developments in the murder

investigation of Melbourne

underworld figure Desmond Tuppence

Moran. The charges against his

sister-in-law Judy Moran have been

upgraded. She'll face court this morning.

Melbourne matriarch Judy Moran was

expected to front court on a lesser

charge and apply for bail this

morning. Instead, she'll appear in

the Melbourne Magistrates Court,

accused of the murder of her

brother-in-law. Desmond Tuppence

Moran was gunned down at a busy

deli on June 15. Soon after, the

64-year-old was charged with being

an accessory to the murder. But

yesterday, that charge was upgraded.

Judy is the widow of Lewis Moran Judy is the widow of Lewis Mora

and the mother of Jason and Mark,

all victims of Melbourne's bloody

gangland war. Charges against the

sister-in-law of one of her sons,

Suzanne Kane, have been upgraded to

murder. Her boyfriend was charged

with the murder last month. The new

charges suggest that Judy Moran and

Suzanne Kane conspired to kill Des,

or had prior knowledge of his

murder plans. Both women remain in

custody. Moil The 15-year-old girl

whose family was brutally murdered

in their Sydney home is being cared

for by relatives and is under

police protection. Min Lin, his

wife, yunly, her sister, Yun Bin,

and two sons Henry and Terry were

found bludgeoned to death. The

victim facial wounds are so severe,

DNA evidence and dental records

will be required to positively

identify them. Detectives are yet

to find a motive for the murders.

Malcolm Turnbull is facing a

partyroom revolt over climate

change. News Limited papers say

weeks after the disaster rows ute-

gate afai, the Liberal leader has

angered members by pitching a

policy which hasn't been decided on.

Mr Turnbull commit today modifying

the Government's proposed Emissions

Trading Scheme rather than knocking

it back all together. Coalition

policy is to vote down the laws in

the Senate.

40 years ago, two Americans became

the first people to walk on the

surface of the moon. As the world

remembers, the focus has now

changed to Mars. Our correspondent

is there. Is a mission to the Red

Planet even possible? Well, it is

possible, but very complex.

According to the two men who first

walked on the moon, Neil Armstrong

and Buzz Aldrin, Mars is the new

frontier and a journey long overdue.

The last crew to be on the face of

the moon was in 1972, and some of

them thought that they would see a

landing on the read planet

somewhere in that decade. Obviously

they will be waiting some time.

NASA does have plans to head to

Mars under the Constellation

Project, but at a cost of some $186

billion. That's all now under

review. Well, I gets the question

now is about the preparation. How

soon could have manned mission to

Mars be launched? Former President

George Bush had a timeline of 2020

to head back to the moon and then

back to Mars. As I said, that's a

very expensive project, but also a

huge mission. NASA estimates it

would take two and a half years to

go to Mars, six months getting

there, six months getting back and

planet. 500 days exploring the face of the

There's been an awful lot of

honouring going of the 'Apollo 11'

crew, even Barack Obama stepped up?

He certainly has. A short time ago,

he met with the 'Apollo 11' crew to

celebrate the 40th anniversary of

the lunar landing. The President

has described those menace pioneers,

and no doubt they used the

opportunity to push ahead for a

manned Mars mission. They want to

answer the questions of life beyond

earth sooner rather than later. Thank you.

66 people have been injured in a

mass pile-up on a German motorway.

259 cars were involved in the smash

on the main highway between Berlin

and the Polish border. A large

number of ambulances was called to

treat the injured, while rescue

teams worked overnight to clear the

road. Police say the crash was

caused by wet conditions and very

high speed.

There's been a dramatic rescue in

the US after an SUV hit a tree,

flipping over and bursting into

flames in Milwaukee. Neighbours

raced to the car to rescue the

mother and child. They used sticks

and pipes to break the window and

pulled the woman and her two-year-

old daughter there. Two off duty

police officers freed a 4-year-old

boy. The rescuers have been praised

for their bravery.

England has taken a 1-0 lead in the

Ashes series after victory in the

second Test against Australia. The

scalps hos claimed the final five Aussie

The last day of the second Ashes

was all wrapped up before lunch.

You know, it's disappointing any

You know, it's disappointing any

time you don't win a Test, and

time you don't win a Test, and

we've been outplayed for the

majority of this game no doubt

majority of this game no doubt

about that. Looking back on the

series so far, captain Ricky

Ponting knows exactly which areas

his men have to improve on before

the next Test. The first two days

is where the game has been decided.

I'm pretty happy with the way we

stuck at things for the remainder

of the game. It is just little

skill errors, I think, that have

cost us big time during the course

of the game. While the Australian

team figures out how to bounce back

in time for the Test in Edge, the

Australian fans have spent the day

Australian fans have spent the day

coming to terms with the loss. A

bit down, but I reckon it was a

great Test. Disappointed. Very

disappointed. You come here to see

cricket on the other side of the

world and you come and see the

first time we've lost in years.

Cheer up, mate. Yeah, that's

alright, mate. So, 1-0 down, the

Aussies certainly have their work

cut out for them, but there is

plenty of the Ashes series left to

play, and now, the Australian

players and fans have plenty of

time to recover and prepare for the

next big battle.

David Beckham has angrily

confronted a fan. He was jeered and

booed in the friendly against AC

booed in the friendly against AC

Milan, the club he joined on a 6-

month loan, much to the disgust of

the Galaxy support base. This fan

had to be restricted by security.

You know, they said, you need to

calm down and try to support the

team, and one of them jumped over

and I thought it was to shake my

and I thought it was to shake my

hand, but maybe not. Beckham

answered the critics on the pitch

and set up both Galaxy goals in the

2-2 draw.

More on finance now, and some very

important inflation figures just

out? important inflation figures just

Yes, business inflation numbers out.

They were subdued. There was the largest

largest drop in a decade. The flat

economy and lack of business demand, economy and lack of business demand,

domestic demand forced manufacturers and businesses to cut

costs and selling prices which kept

business inflation low.Ment rising business inflation low.Ment rising

Aussie dollar has also seen imports

record the largest price fall.

Tomorrow's CPI numbers are expected

to be weak, showing a reading of

0.5% for the June quarter which

could mean that interest rates

could be low for the time being.

Telstra is set to introduce new

fees for customers who choose to

pay their bills in person. From

September, customers paying at a

Telstra shop or Post Office will be

charged a $2.20 admin fee. The move

is designed to cut costs by forcing is designed to cut costs by forcing

people to pay their bills online

where no fees will be charged.

Now let's check the market numbers

and the DOW up over 100 points

after the Government threw a lifeline.

Strong corporate earnings also

lifted stock. European markets were

also firmer with the FTSE higher

thanks to strength in mining and

shares. A report that property

prices have bottomed also helped.

Hong Kong shares closed at 10-month

highs yesterday levels not seen highs yesterday levels not seen before the GFC.

Briefly in other business news,

Access Economics credits shopping

mums for keeping the economy afloat.

The average family's retail

spending is higher than last September.

Investors in Timbercorp will have a

say in the company's meetings.

CIT Group has avoided bankruptcy

after reaching a deal with bond

holders to secure a $3.7 billion

loan. And the minutes from the

loan. And the minutes from the

RBA's July 7 board meeting will be

available today.

A snapshot of the weather on the

screen right now:

Checking news websites from around

the word this morning, the 'New

York Times' says the US military

has called for an overhaul of the troubled American-run prison in

Afghanistan that's become a

recruiting ground for militants.

The New Zealand herald says an

agreement has been reached between

Sir Edmund Hillary's family and the Auckland museum.

And the China Daily says that the And the China Daily says that the

US has accused China of restricting

the export of raw materials

important to US manufacturing.

Australia's crushing Ashes loss.

Next, what brought our decades-old

reign to a halt? GOOD MORNING, I'M FIONA NELSON... WITH YOUR LOCAL NEWS UPDATE... FIRST UP, THERE'S BEEN ANOTHER PETROL STATION ROBBERY IN CANBERRA. YESTERDAY MORNING, POLICE WERE CALLED TO THE CALTEX ON O'HALLORAN CIRCUIT, AT KAMBAH, AFTER REPORTS A MAN WITH A GUN, AND ANOTHER ARMED WITH A KNIFE, HELD UP THE ATTENDANT. POLICE SAY, THE PAIR ENTERED AT AROUND A QUARTER PAST THREE, AND STOLE CIGARETTES, CHOCOLATES AND CASH. ANYONE WHO HAS INFORMATION THAT MAY HELP POLICE WITH THEIR INVESTIGATIONS IS ASKED TO CONTACT CRIME STOPPERS. CANBERRANS, WILL FIND OUT MORE, ABOUT THE COTTER DAM EXPANSION PROPOSAL, THIS WEEK. ACTEW, HAS RELEASED DETAILS OF THE DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION, IN RELATION, TO THE TWO HUNDRED AND 40 MILLION DOLLAR PROJECT.

THE COMPANY, IS HOPING TO HAVE WORK BEGIN ON THE EXPANSION BY THE END OF THE YEAR... AND WILL EVENTUALLY, SEE A 30 PER CENT INCREASE IN THE DAM'S CAPACITY. THE A-C-T GOVERNMENT, HAS BEEN LEFT TO DEFEND ITSELF, AFTER CONCERNS WERE RAISED, ABOUT THE SCREENING PROCESSES, FOR PEOPLE LOOKING TO BECOME PUBLIC

BUS DRIVERS. IT COMES, AFTER 52 YEAR OLD DENNIS WALLACE, WAS CAUGHT

BEHIND THE WHEEL, WITH A BLOOD ALCOHOL READING, OF POINT - TWO - FIVE - SIX, WHILE ALREADY HAVING A DRINK DRIVING RECORD. TO SPORT, AND RAIDERS COACH DAVID FURNER ADMITS, THERE

HAS TO BE SOME CHANGES TO HIS TEAM, AFTER LOSING TO THE PANTHERS ON THE WEEKEND. THE GREEN MACHINE WERE DOWNED, 27 TO 14 ON SATURDAY NIGHT. NOW HAVING A LOOK AT TODAY'S WEATHER... A NUMBER OF FRONTS ARE APPROACHING THE REGION - THEY'LL BRING WINDY CONDITIONS, FOLLOWED BY SCATTERED SHOWERS TOMORROW. LOOKING ACROSS THE NATION - FINE AND SUNNY FOR CANBERRA AND SYDNEY - WET AND WINDY FOR MELBOURNE - AND IT SHOULD BE FINE FOR BRISBANE CHECKING WHAT TO EXPECT ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES - CLOUD INCREASING AND 19 DEGREES FOR DUBBO - CLOUD INCREASING AND 19 DEGREES FOR DUBBO - CLEAR AND 19 DEGREES FOR DUBBO - CLEAR SKIES AND 21 FOR THE GONG MOSTLY SUNNY WITH AN EXPECTED TOP OF 16 FOR BATHURST - BOWRAL CAN ALSO EXPECT A TOP OF 16 MOSTLY SUNNY AND 18 FOR MUDGEE - FROST THEN SUNNY FOR COOMA 15 - WINDY AT THREDBO LOOKING AHEAD - TOMORROW - WE CAN EXPECT A WET AND WINDY DAY - WITH A TOP OF 14 THURSDAY - SHOULD BE MOSTLY AND FRIDAY - MORNING FROST THEN FINE .

This program is captioned live.

These are the headlines on Ten's

Early News. Melbourne matriarch

Judy Moran to face court charged

with the murder of her brother-in-

law in a suburban cafe.

Fears a couple had been dead in

their home for weeks before being

found by police. Detectives are

still looking for a motive.

DNA swabs taken as police try to

solve the Jakarta bombings which

the terrorists planned from a room

in one of the targeted hotels.

And moon versus Mars. Where should

we go next? A panel of astronauts

thrashes out the possibilities on

the anniversary of the landing that made them household names.

Melbourne matriarch Judy Moran has

been charged with the murder of her brother-in-law. Desmond Tuppence

Moran was gunned down in suburban

derbgs eli. She was originally

charged with being an accessory to the murder but yesterday that

charge was upgraded. The sister-in-

law of one of her sons, Suzanne

Kane, has also been charged with

murder. Both women will appear in

the Melbourne's magistrate court today.

The bodies of a Gold Coast couple

have been found locked inside their

home. The man and woman may have

been dead for weeks, but no-one knew.

Police carrying out a welfare check

made the grim discovery late

yesterday. The bodies of a 59-year-

old man and his 56-year-old wife

were in the back room of the house.

There was no sign of forced entry.

At this point in time, we've only

conducted preliminary enquiries and

we're still yet to do a full

scientific examination as to the

possible cause of death. Detectives

say it is unclear how the couple

died. There were no obvious

injuries. Now, that's a surprise to

me, really, that they passed away,

because there was never any trouble

that I knew of, anyway. Police

don't know how long the bodies have

been there, but the couple hadn't

been seen for weeks. The lights

were still coming on inside their

home, possibly by automatic timer.

We've had drinks with them. Our

children have played together.

Medical examinations will now be

carried out to a cause of death.

Indonesian Police say DNA will be

the key toful soing the deadly

Jakarta bombings. They've taken

samples from family in Java,

believed to be related to one of

the two suicide attackers. Officers

are also digital tally rebuilding

the faces of the men who are linked

to Jemaah Islamiah. It's it's also

believed that the mastermind of the

bombings may have stayed at the

motocross Hotel with the bombers

before the attacks. Radical cleric

Abu Bakar Bashir has claimed the

atrocity was a warning from Allah.

The families of the three

Australians killed will today bring

home the bodies of their loved ones.

The US military has launched a

massive offensive to try to rescue

an American soldier in Afghanistan.

The Taliban released a video of the

23-year-old over the weekend. The

surge for a captured American

soldier is now the largest US

military operation in eastern

Afghanistan. Secretary of State

Hillary Clinton, who is overseas in

India, told reporters the hostage

video of Private Bowe Bergdahl is a

sign of desperation from the

Taliban. The 23-year-old soldier

from Idaho disappeared in

Afghanistan earlier this month.

Please bring us home. America and

the American people have that power.

In a 28 minute video US military

call nothing more than propaganda,

he says he was captured lagging

behind a patrol. He chokes up

talking about his family and

girlfriend. I have I m girlfriend

who I was hoping to marry. I have

my grandma and grandpas. The the

Obama Administration is condemning

the video tape and says it is not

willing to negotiation with the

Taliban. Some experts say the video

of the hostage is a message from

the Taliban that they treat

prisoners better than US forces

take care of captured militants,

and they're hoping that that means

sooner or later, the US military

will find Private Bowe Bergdahl

alive. In Washington, Joel Brown,

Ten News.

As the world celebrates the 40th

anniversary of the first moon

landing, there's been an appeal for

man to head deeper into space to

Mars. The second man to walk on the

moon, Buzz Aldrin has directly

challenged NASA's plans to go to

the man, saying that Mars is a much

more inspirational destination.

America, do you still dream great

dreams? Do you still believe in

yourself? Are you ready for a great

national challenge? Neil Armstrong

also made a rare public appearance

to mark the anniversary.

A golden garden gnome with his arm

raised in a Nazi salute has stirred

a hornet's nest in Germany. The

gnome was for sale in a shop until

a local gallery owner asked to put

it on display. The sculptor says

that it ridicules the third reich,

but police have launched an

investigation. Nazi salutes and

symbols have been illegal in

Germany since the end of WWII.

They've done it - England have

snapped a 75-year Lords ashes

hoodoo claims a win over Australia.

The hosts led before finishing off

on the final day.

Australia's dream of an historic

win dashed on the 10th ball of the morning. win dashed on the 10th ball of the

morning. Brad Haddin out in quick

time. Clarke followed. As the vice- time. Clarke followed. As the vice-

captain departed, so too did the captain departed, so too did the

tourist chances. Andrew Flintoff

against haunting Australia. It was

the all-rounder's first Test since

the 2005 Ashes. Johnson with the

final wicket to fall for a brisk 63.

Bowled him. Takes the final wicket.

The Lords voodoo to an end.

Australia 1-down in the fight.

They've outplayed us and we have to

bounce back quickly. Emotional

scenes post-match for Andrew

Flintoff. He was named man of the

match, and despite constant media

speculation, the all-rounder ruled

out immediate retirement. I have

three more Test matches left and

I'll give my all in them, it will

be hard to get through them but

something I'm confident of doing. be hard to get through them but something I'm confident of doing.

Twoil To rugby league, and Jarryd

Hayne has helped Parramatta keep

their finals hopes alive with an

18-16 win over the Melbourne Storm.

Jarryd Hayne set up the first try

of the night with exciting attacking.

The Storm scored two tries in the

final ten minutes, but it wasn't

quite enough. The Eels holding on

for a narrow victory.

In the AFL, St Kilda has suffered a

massive blow ahead of Saturday's

match against the western Bulldogs.

Ford, Justin Koschitzke and

defender Zac Dawson will both be

unavailable for the blockbuster

after being found guilty by the

Match Review Panel. Justin

Koschitzke copped a two match ban,

but can escape with a one game ban

if he enters an early guilty plea.

Dawson will miss just the one match

for his bump on Brad Symes if he

enters an early guilty plea.

Well, it was another bumper night

on Wall Street thanks to a major US

lender avoiding bankruptcy. With

more, I'm joined by Juliana Roadley

from Commsec. And CIT Group has

found a savior? Yes, and it's come

in the form of the bond holders. $3

billion there at the last minute

and positive signs of growth in the

US economy. The leading indicators

up for the third month in a row.

Rises in oil prices and rises in

metal prices. The DOW up 104 points

and the NASDAQ up by 22. A lot of

news coming out in the next few

days. Apple, Yahoo and Caterpillar

after the break, and a two-day

testimony of Ben Bernanke, the head

of the Federal Reserve, sitting in

front of Congress for two days for

the half yearly conference. What

can we expect from our market?

We're set to open up higher. The

oil price is now just below US $64

a barrel. The gold price is to $969

an ounce. Car sales are out for the

month of June. We're looking for a

10% increase.

Thank you.

Briefly in other bills news now:

And that's finance to the minute.

We'll do it all again tomorrow.

We will. A check of the weather before we go:

Parisians have been enjoying the

beach lifestyle right in the middle

of the French capital. The stone

and river banks have been turned

into sandy shores complete with

deckchairs and palm trees. There's

even a pool area for those wanting

to go for a dip, play games or

attend night time concerts in the

Paris festival. It's an annual

summer event.

That's it for ten's early nice. The

first 15 minutes of this bulletin

are available from the website. I'm

Ron Wilson. See you again tomorrow

morning. Thank you for your company.