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Good morning, this is Ten's 'Early

News', for Tuesday, 13 July. I'm

Tim Webster, I'm Kathryn Robinson,

welcome to the program. The

headlines - Prime Minister Julia

Gillard wrestles with an election

date. The man who led Labour for

four victories backs her for the

top job. The girlfriend of a Sydney

nightclub identity is arrested

trying to leave Australia and

charged over an alleged underworld

murder plot. Jarryd Hayne revisits

2009 scoring a hat-trick to lead

the Eels to an impressive victory

over the Cowboys. Headlining

finance - don't slam the door on

property markets yet. There's a

surprise rise in home loans. And

checking today's weather - winds

and rain lashing WA are moving to

the south and south-east. Rain

along the east coast. Brisbane

sunny. First this morning, plans

for an early election may be put on

hold after the government's plans

for asylum seekers suffered a

setback. Our Governor-General seems

to think an election can't be far

off, she's cutting short a planned

trip overseas. The long driveway to

Government House is the first road

travelled onery election campaign,

the Governor-General is making

every effort to be available for an

impending visit. Quentin Bryce was

due to fly to Europe thrrs, but

will now stay in Canberra --

Thursday, but will stay in Canberra

until Saturday. Perhaps for a cup

of tea as Ms Gillard calls for an

election. I have governing to do.

In Adelaide the PM was signing up

voters, her childhood home town may

have focused affection on parents.

I meet people around the country

who say to me "I am not sure about

you, but I love your parents".

Winning back disaffected voters is

Julia Gillard's challenge. Many

ditched the party when Kevin Rudd

shelved the Emissions Trading

Scheme. Throughout the morning

Ministers will arrive for Cabinet

hoping to emit a climate change

policy to win back the voters. The

PM's plan for an asylum seekers

regional processing centre has been

dealt a blow. East Timor's

parliament voting against the offer

to host the site. It's a reflection

of the views of the members of

parliament assembled, not a

reflection of the views of the East

Timorese government. Faced with

questions about exactly when she

plans to go to the polls, Julia

Gillard could do worse than ask

advice from a former PM who led

Labour to four victories, Bob Hawke

launched a biography about his wife

in Sydney, written by Blanche, the

second wife, the old PM gave the

new PM a backing. Hawke's brilliant

political career is over, the long

tail of its comet still shines, it

does still shine, we know T I know

I speak for the great majority of

the people here tonight in saying

Julia we wish you swell in the

weeks and months ahead. Julia

Gillard told the audience she was

not ashamed to say Bob Hawke was a

role model. Australia's acting high

commissioner to Fiji will be forced

to leave. Sarah Roberts told by

Fijian officials she'll be issued

with a notice to leave. It follows

Australia's decision not to back

Fiji in a summit meeting, Foreign

Minister Steven Smith says the

decision is unjustifiable and

disappointing. The girlfriend of a

Sydney nightclub identity has been

charged with conspiracy to murder,

Shayda Bastani, engaged it Fadi

Ibrahim was arrested at Sydney

Airport moments before being due to

leave the country, she was detained

over a murder plot, pay back for

the near fatal shooting of her

boyfriend. Fadi Ibrahim is the

younger brother of Kings Cross

nightclub owner John Ibrahim.

Shayda Bastani will face court this

morning. A man is fighting for life

in hospital after beak shot during

a fight in Sydney, he was shot

twice in the back during a brawl

involving a large group of men in a

park at Greenacre, he's ill in

hospital. He was shot in the leg

but not seriously hurt. Police are

not clear what the fight was offer.

Homicide detectives investigate the

suspicious death of an elderly man

in Melbourne. The 74-year-old was

checked on in the north-eastern

suburbs by police and was found

dead. Detectives set up a crime

scene around the property. His

family was informed. A friend of

his had not seen him for a period

of time and had concerns for his

welfare. Place are not sure when he

died. Overseas - fugitive Hollywood

director Roman Polanski will not be

extree dited to the US to face

child sex charges, he is wanted

over a conviction for unlawful sex

with a 13-year-old 33 years ago.

Switzerland rejected a request by

the US to extree diet Roman

Polanski, blaming US authorities

for not handing over controversial

testimony, he's been under arrest

in a Swiss chalet since 2009

pending the decision. It's been 6

months since the earthquake that

destroyed much of Haiti, Emma

Dallimore is in Port au Prince, and

joins us now. How is the recovery

effort going? Well, the answer is

it's almost non-existent, sadly.

Six months on we can only assume

that there are hundreds of people

buried in the rubble that still

covers most of Port au Prince,

almost 2 million people are

homeless living in tent cities

across the region, and the struggle

for food and water hasn't improved

much either. Nobody thought that

the recovery in Haiti would be a

quick process, but many are growing

frustrated by just how slow it is.

It's difficult for the people and

also the aid agencies trying to

help them. Actor Sean Penn spent

almost the entire 6 months since

the earthquake here in Haiti, he's

starting to feelle hopeless possess

of it all, take -- feel the

hopelessness of it all. Take a

listen. There's a tremendous

coordination issue between

international agencies and the

government of Haiti. Emma Dallimore

in Haiti. Rugby league now, it

looked like Jarryd Hayne in 2009,

scoring a hat-trick leading the

Eels to victory over the Cowboys.

Parramatta's hopes are well and

truly alive. Under pressure and

playing for their season the Eels

needed a spark. Enter Jarryd Hayne.

Look out Jarryd Hayne, versus Bowen,

Jarryd Hayne running away from

Matty Bowen, what speed. What power.

An irresistable 15 minutes from

Parramatta giving the blue and gold

army what they have been waiting

for season long. They'll go the

length of the field from the kick

off, are they back? Are they back?

You bet they are. Nothing went the

visitor's way, Jonathan Thurston

gifted Joel Reddy the easiest try

Eel score, despite a flurry from

the Cowboys hopes of a comeback

flushed out by Jarryd Hayne. He

scores. It's hat-trick Jarryd Hayne

tonight. The recent pressure on

Parramatta's halves eased for the

Time being. It makes the job easier

for the halves when he's in that

really aggressive mood. Parra's 12

point win keeping them in touch

with the 8 fuelling hopes of a

final's surge. Former Port Adelaide

Captain Warren Tredrea wants to

play beyond this season but admits

the new Power coach could spell the

end of his career, he's sidelined

with an ankle injury, hopeful of a

return for the end of the season.

My decision will be made end of the

year. The new coach may come in and

say "You've had a good run, if I

choose to play on, they may have

different plans. Warren Tredrea's

former team-mate Matthew Primus is

interim power coach. It was a rest

day at the Tour de France, bad news

for Australian Simon Gerrans ruled

out for the rest of the race after

X-rays revealed a broken arm. He

was caught up in a crash 7km into

the eighth stage of the tour. He

crashed on stages 2 and 3. Kath for

a look at finance, and surprising

housing figures. They were, the

number of new home loan approvals

for owner occupiers rises for the

first time in eight months, despite

signals the housing market is

cooling off. Approvals up 2%

despite the recent series of rate

hikes. Investors are seemingly

driving the rebound as finance for

new construction fell, but analysts

say this reflects the interest in

offthe plan, and existing homes.

Talking of home loans pressure is

growing on the big four banks to

raise mortgage rates with an

election looming mortgages won't be

reprised for several weeks. The

banks costs of securing costs to

lender finance, has risen. Banks

are feeling the squeeze and will

use a rate rise driven through the

Reserve Bank to pass on extra costs

to customers. A check of the

markets. Wall Street is flat ahead

of earning season. China's

weakening demand for materials

capping gains there. BP share price

jumped on hopes the oil leak will

be capped. Britain's recession

deeper than estimated.

Briefly in other business news,

Treasury Secretary Ken Henry will

appear before the Senate Select

Committee on fuel and energy this

morning, deregistered medico

Geoffrey Edelston is preparing to

sell his chain of GP clinics in

Melbourne and Brisbane. We'll see

the results of the NAB monthly

business survey for June.

Checking today's newspapers, 'The

Australian' - despite promises from

the Bligh government bottle necks

in ports mean 17 million tonnes of

coal won't be shipped out of the

country. 'Herald Sun' - police in

Melbourne may have found the body

of a man who murdered his wife and

children 40 years ago. 'The Courier

Mail' - learner drivers allowed to

speed up to five times during their

driving test and pass under a

testing regime in Queensland.

Coming up - he's a sucker for

success. Paul, Pay oleo, the octo

pundit. He gets a surprise that he

didn't see coming. Stay with us on

You are watching Ten's 'Early News',

recapping the main story, a setback

for the government's plan for

asylum seekers, East Timor's

parliament voting against hosting a

refugee centre. Jose Ramos Horta,

the President, was asked if his

nation would establish a regional

processing centre to stamp out

people smuggling, MPs in the Dili

parliament voted against the offer.

It's a reflection of the views of

the member of parliament assembled,

not a reflection. Views of the East Timorese government. Mr Smith says

Australian diplomats are in Dili

negotiating with the East Timor government. Victorian Police

believe they have found the body of

a man wanted for murdering his

family four decades ago, Elmer

Crawford has been on the run since

July 1970, after bashing and

electro cuting his wife and three

children before disposing of their

bodies over a cliff. During the 40

year investigation his savagery was

reinacted, a reward was offered for

information on his whereabouts.

Detectives home Elmer Crawford is

lying in a Texan morgue in the

United States. A post-mortem will

be carried out on a body of a young

woman found in Sydney, police

scoured the North Cronulla beach

and Elouera. There was no injurey,

she had no idea. Locals speculate

she may have been a tourist. I

don't think any local - it was cold

in the water, yeah, it's a bit

upsetting really. Police are

appealing for help to identify the

woman. Stormy weather wreaked havoc

in Perth, it's eased but is heading

south-east, carving a path of

destruction through the city.

Residents in this block had to run

for their lives as the roof peeled

away from a three-storey building.

As I'm looking at the ceiling, a

Ginn armic wind lifted the thing,

peeling in front of my eyes, I

dashed into the bedroom. Around 70

people took refuge in a hotel as

emergency teams secured the flats.

No-one was injured. A Somali

militant group with links to Al-

Quaeda claimed responsibility for

the bombs in Uganda, killing 74

people, the blast ripping through a

rugby club and restaurant as crowds

watched the World Cup final.

Emergency workers rushed people to

a hospital after bombs ripped

through a restaurant and a club. A

militant Islamic group, al-Shabab,

says it carried out the attack. We

were watching and heard an

explosion. An American aide workers,

25-year-old Nate Hann is among the

dead. Several members of a

Pennsylvania church group were

injured. Uganda's President lashing out at the terrorist.

The White House condemned the

attack, and says President Obama is

deeply saddened by the loss of life.

The United States stands shoulder

to shoulder with Uganda in the

fight against terrorism. The attack

in Uganda marks the first time al-

Shabab, with ties to Al-Quaeda,

struck outside its base in Somme struck outside its base in Somm

articleia. Al-Shabab wants Ugandan

peacekeeping troops out of Somalia

and has threatened to take action.

US officials will wherewith the

Ugandan government to bring them to

justice. Six people have been

killed after a former employee went

on a shooting rampage in a factory

in New Mexico. He opened fire

before turning the gun on himself.

Police locked down the

neighbourhood before entering the

buildings where they found the

bodies, his ex-partner among the

dead. Four others injured. A

military inquiry into a Gazan aid

ship found mistakes were made.

Activists were killed, Australians

taken into detention when Commando

boarded the vessel. The commondos

were ill-prepared and mistakes were

made. The report didn't call for

heads to roll over the botched raid.

Bulls 3, people 0 in Spain where

the Pamplona bull races are nearing

their en. Three unjurd yesterday in

a race lasting 2 minutes. The

festival lasted over a week.

Runners are chased by a herd of 6

bulls to the main ring. The 2006 bulls to the main ring. The 200

World Cup winners arrive home to a

welcome, thousands lined the

streets of Madrid to catch a

glimpse of the Spanish team, as

they paraded through the capital.

The squad met Spanish kink and the

Prime Minister. Spain won the --

Spanish king and the Prime Minister.

Spoin won 1-0 against Netherlands.

Spain weren't the only winners,

Paul the psychic opt pus or Paola

was awarded a minature version. The

German moll usk predicted the

outcome of all games and the final

match. Not everyone is a fan.

Several Germany supporters suggest Several Germany supporters suggest

he would make a tasty snack after

he predicted Germany's semifinal

exit. Couldn't make Calais marry

out of Paolo. Warren Tredrea backed

Matthew Primus's appointment as

Port Adelaide's interim coach. But

said the Power may need to look beyond their backyard for a

permanent replacement. It was a

show of support from one former

skipper to another. Warren Tredrea

content with Matthew Primus's

appointment but said a non-Port

Adelaide person could be the way

forward beyond 2010. I would

support Matthew Primus, if he was

the right person for the job. I

think he's going to do stuff over

the next few weeks, he has good

ideas. We are hopeful it comes out

right. One guy that is mentioned at

the bottom is Chris Scott at

Fremantle. He's gone from being

defensive to chief midfield and

arguably doing a good job. Fronting

the media for the first time sips

his appointment Sunday. Matthew

Primus warned careers were on the

line in the final 7 weeks. Everyone

is on notice from the coaching

staff to the playing staff and

medical staff.. It's an exciting

thing. Bad news for Collingwood at

the Match Review Panel. The elbow

to the head from Travis Cloke. He's

got himself in a bit of trouble.

Travis Cloke's landed with a 3-week

ban for an off the ball high elbow.

Rugby league and Jarryd Hayne led

Parramatta to an impressive victory

over the Cowboys showing glimpses

of 2009 form. Jarryd Hayne was

brilliant for the Eels, scoring a

hat-trick snapping a 3-game losing

streak. It's Jarryd Hayne, he's

away versus Bowen, Jarryd Hayne

running away. What speed, what

power. What a try by Parramatta.

Great to watch. The win keeps

Parramatta in touch with the eight.

North Queensland is lagging in 15th.

In other sports news, Wallaby's

half-back Will Genia adamant he'll

be fit for the Tri-Nations week.

Australia's wheelchair basketball

team upset Canada to finish on top

of their pool in the World

Championships in the United Kingdom.

Paint manufacturer Dulux brought a

splash of colour to the Australian

stock market. The firm debuting on

the ASX as shares edged to their

highest level in 10 days, let's

check in with James Rosenberg at

Macquuarie Private Wealth, a new

addition to the market, there's

only four new entries worth $100

million plus. It's slim pickings in

IPOs. What it is is that partly

disruption in the global markets

over the last couple of months have

weighed on the overall PE s of the

market, vendors have been

unprepared to accept lower PEs,

there's been a number of mooted

floats, including one as recently

as last week. In terms of Dulux, it

wasn't an IPO but a demerger from

the parent chemical company Orica,

the idea that the management of

both companies will have time to

focus on core strategies and pursue

their own growth. It's a good thing

for both camps. It's a solid enough

debut. A splash of colour for the

market. Looking overseas, Q2

reporting season kicking off in the

states. Alcoa the first major

company to report. They've beat ep

expectations. They did. It's

terrific, let's hope it's a

bellweather for reporting season

generally. Alcoa is one of the

first to come out, they reported

well. That was late in the day, it

didn't have a lot of impact on the

US market. As we look out over the

next couple of weeks, it will be

the start of US reporting season

that drives global markets

hopefully it should be a strong

reporting season, and that will

outway the concerns lingering over

Europe, and, of course in August we

have companies here who have a June

balance date. They'll start their

reporting season. It will be busy

time once again. No slacking off.

Thank you. James Rosenberg at

Macquuarie Private Wealth. Now to

business in brief - APN news and

media Brendan Hopkins to leave the

company in December. Demand in

China and India push the number of

mobile phone subscriptions in the

world past 5 billion.

Short break, plenty more ahead in

Ten's 'Early News'. Including why

Spain needs to cash in on its World

Cup win. See you after the break:

Headlines every 15 minutes on Ten's

'Early News', yes, Prime Minister's

as Julia Gillard wrestles with an

election date, the man that led

Labour to four election victories

backs her to win. In court - the

girlfriend of a Sydney nightclub

identity is arrested after trying

to leave Australia, and charged

over an alleged murder charge.

Jarryd Hayne leads the Eels to a

victory over the Cowboys.

Headlining finance - don't slam the

door on the property market just

yet. There's been a surprise rise

in home loans. Julia Gillard's

border protection plan is under

seeing with East Timor rejecting

Australia's bid to place an asylum

seekers centre within its border.

Natasha Exelby joins me from

Canberra. Is it a major blow for

the Prime Minister? Yes, it

certainly is. The asylum seekers

policy that Julia Gillard announced

last week seems to have caused her

no end of problems from day one.

You'll recall last week nah 24

hours after she announced the

policy, it was revealed that she

hadn't spoken to the East Timor

Prime Minister about it. The

Opposition were very quick to

pounce on this, and they were

labelling it amateur hour and

typical of the Labor Government,

that announced before consulting.

That argument has been given more

oxygen overnight with the East

Timor parliament passing a

resolution to reject Australia's proposal to establish an asylum

seekers centre there. It's worth

noting that 34 of the 65 members of

parliament were there for the vote.

The government says it remains

hopeful they'll be able to reach on

agreement with East Timor, but it

certainly is not looking lightly at

the - looking lightly at the moment

and the Opposition is making the

most of that. The Prime Minister is

lost somewhere in the Timor Sea, I

mean she said that the government

lost its way. It hasn't found its

way. It's wandering around the

region in search of an offshore

processing centre. The only country

it won't talk to is the one country

willing to host one. Now, that

country that he's referring to is

Nauru, that was where the Howard

Government's Pacific Solution came

from, where they did the offshore

processing. Nauru is not a

signatory of the refugee convention

and Labour is refusing to consider

that as an option. Here is the

thing, speculation is rife an

election will be called this

weekend or next. In wake of the

problems you outlined is Julia

Gillard likely to put that on hold

now? I don't think she is. That

doesn't mean that she doesn't want

to. I think that if she was to

delay things, it would be seen as

purely political, and $would be a

massive voter back-- there would be

a massive voter backlash. Julia

Gillard was elected Prime Minister under unprecedented circumstances,

elected by her party, not the

people. She needs to seek a mandate

from the people ASAP. There's a few

loose ends she needs to tie-up.

Asylum seekers is one of those, we

are expecting a climate change

policy announcement as early as

today. I think it's safe to say

that she will be going to see the Governor-General if not this

weekend, certainly the one after.

Thank you. Natasha Exelby in

Canberra. Well, faced with constant

questions about when she plans to

go to the polls, Julia Gillard

could do worse than ask vus from a

former PM who -- advice from a

former PM. Who took Labour to four

victories, Bob hawk launched a book

written by his wife Blanche

D'lpuget, he gave Julia Gillard

support. Bob Hawke was Australia's

longest serving Prime Minister,

political identities from past and

present gathered to launch 'Hawke:

The Prime Minister', Julia Gillard

said the reason for his success is

simply - he was one of the people.

Bob is one of us, but also not one

of us. He is a cheerful larrikin,

but also a rowed scholar with three

degrees, a man at home in a palace

or a pub, black tie for board

shorts. She admits that Bob was a

role model For those of my

generation in our 20s for most of

the Hawke era, he is the benchmark.

Compliments were returned by the

Prime Minister of eight years,

giving a tick of approval to the PM

of three weeks. We wish you swell

in the weeks and months ahead, and

that you get the outcome that you

want and so richly deserve. Bob

Hawke is expected to hit the

campaign trail when an election is

called. He won four elections, and

hopes to help Julia Gillard win her

first. This weekend you can see a

tellie movie recounting Babb Hawk's

rides to power, here on 10, it

looks very good indeed. Australia's

acting high commissioner to Fiji

will be forced to leave, Sarah

Roberts told she'll be issued with

a formal notice to leave the

country following Australia's

decision not to back Fiji in a

regional national summit. Foreign

Minister Steven Smith says the

decision is unjustifiable and

disappointing. The girl of a Sydney

nightclub identity has been charged

with conspiracy to murder, Shayda

Bastani, engaged to Fadi Ibrahim

was arrested at Sydney Airport

moments before being due to leave

the country, she was detained over

a murder plot, payback for a

shooting of her boyfriend. Fadi

Ibrahim is the younger brother of

kings cross nightclub owner John

Ibrahim. Shayda Bastani will face

court this morning. Man is fighting

for life in hospital after being

shot twice in the back in Sydney

during a brawl involving a large

group of men in a park at Greenacre,

he's critically ill in hospital. A

26-year-old was shot in the leg, he

wasn't seriously hurt. Police are

not clear what the fight was about.

Homicide detectives investigate the

suspicious death of an elderly man

in Melbourne. The 74-year-old man,

in a north-eastern suburb was found

dead by lis. Detectives set up a

crime scene around the property as

his family was informed. A friend

of his had not seen him for a

period of time and had concerns.

Police aren't yet sure when he died.

The man is recovering in a

Melbourne hospital after being

stabbed in an attempted robbery. A victim

victim and friend were walking

along a road in Bentleigh East

midnight when confronted by a man

demanding money, a 1-year-old was

stabbed in a chest. The -- the 21-

year-old was stabbed in the chest

when he said he had no-oney. The

offender was wearing a black hoodie,

jeans. Jarryd Hayne in 2009 scored

a hat-trick leading the Eels to

victory over the Cowboys,

Parramatta rr's final hopes alive.

Under pressure, playing for their

season the Eels needed a spark.

Enter Jarryd Hayne. Look out Jarryd

Hayne, versus Bowen, Jarryd Hayne

running away from Matty bow ebb,

what speed, what power. An

irresistable 15 minutes from

Parramatta rr giving the blue and

gold army what they've been waiting

for season long. They'll go the

length of the field from the kick-

off. Are they back? Are they back.

You bet they are. Nothing went the

visitor's way. Jonathan Thurston

gifted Joel Reddy the easiest try

he'll store. Despite a flurry from

the Cowboys hopes of a comeback

were flushed out by Jarryd Hayne.

He scores. It's hat-trick Jarryd

Hayne tonight. The recent pressure

on Parramatta rr's halves eased for

the time being. It makes the job

easier for the halves when he's in

that really aggressive mood.

Parra's 12-point win enough to keep

them in touch with the eight.

Fuelling hopes of a late final

serve. Former Port Adelaide captain

Warren Tredrea wants to play an

beyond this season, but admits the

new power coach could spell the end

of his career. Warren Tredrea is

sidelined with an ankle injury but

hopeful of a return. My decision

will be made end ffed year. The new

coach may -- of the year. The new

coach may say I've had a good run.

The coach may have different plans.

Warren Tredrea's former team-mate

Matthew Primus is interim power

coach. It was a rest day at the

Tour de France, bad news for

Australian Simon Gerrans, who has

been ruled out of the race after X-

rays revealed a broken arm. He was

caught up in a crash 7km from the

eighth stage, and he also crashed

on 2 and 3. Kath is here with a

finance update. It's mixed news on

the housing front. The number of

home loans for approval, owner

occupiers, has risen for the first

time in eight months, despite signs

the Australian house market is

cooling off. Figures for May

showing approvals up 2% despite a

recent series of rate hikes.

Investors are said to drive the

rebound as finance for new

instruction falls, analysts say

this reflects the interest in

offthe plan, and existing home

sales. Talking of home loans,

pressure is growing on the big four

banks to raise mortgage rates with

an election looming mortgages won't

be reprised for several weeks. The

banks costs of securing funds to

leaned to home buyers has risen leaned to home buyers has risen

five-fold. The banks are feeling

the squeeze and will use a rate

rise driven through by the rnk

later this year to pass on extra

costs -- rnk later this year to

pass on to customers. Wall Street

plot ahead of earning season.

China's weakening demand for

materials capping there.

Briefly in other business news,

Treasury Secretary Ken Henry to

appear before the Senate Select

Committee on fuel and energy this

morning, deregistered Med co

Geoffrey Edelston is preparing to

sell his chain of GP clinics in

Melbourne and Brisbane. Results of

the NAB monthly business survey for June.

Checking news from around the world,

the Jakarta post says an Iranian

woman faces the death penalty,

caught with 6 kilos of Speed at an

Indonesian airport. The Guardian -

the church to ordane women, moving

a step closer. Moscow time -

Russia's error plot has been

blasted by Vladimir Putin for

buying too many American-made

planes. Still ahead, Mark Webber

inspiring Grand Prix drivers.

Pushing his skill to the limit at

Silverstone, this lot purched their

legs to the limit in the ped --

pushing their legs to the limit at

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You are watching Ten's 'Early News',

recapping the main story - a major

setback for asylum seekers, the

government's plans, East Timor's

parliament voting against --

hosting a refugee centre. Julia

Gillard asked Jose Ramos Horta if

his nation would establish a

regional processing centre to stamp

out people smuggling, Dili's

parliament yesterday voted against

the offer. It's a reflection of the

views of the members of parliament

asemblgd, it is not a reflection of

the view -- assembled, not the

views of the East Timor government.

Australian diplomats are in Dili

negotiating with the East Timorese

government. Victorian Police

believe they have found the body of

a man wonted for murdering his

family four -- wanted for the

murder of his family four decades

ago, Elmer Crawford has been found.

He's accused of disposing of his

family's bodies over a cliff: his

cold-blooded murder spree was

reinacted and a reward offered.

Detectives hope DNA tests show that

Elmer Crawford is lying in a Texan

morgue. A post-mortem will be

carried out on the body of a woman

found at North Cronulla, and

Elouera. She was in her 20s. No

obvious injuries and no idea.

Locals speculate she may have been

a tourist I don't think a local

would be out. It was a bit cold in

the water. It's upsetting really.

Police are appealing for help to

identify the woman. Holiday makers

heading to 'oid's Sunshine Coast

could face higher rent br

Queensland's Sunshine Coast could

face higher rental rates. Noise

complaints led to court action, the

property owners were found to have

illegally let homes out short term,

hundreds of homes are in the same

situation. Local mayor conceded the

tourism and property market may

suffer. Overseas news, fugitive

Hollywood director Roman Polanski

will not be extradited to the US to

face child sex charges, he's wand

for a conviction on unlawful sex

with a 13-year-old 33 years ago.

Switzerland rejected a request by

the US, blaming US authorities for

not handing over confidential

testimony. Roman Polanski has been

under arrest in his Swiss chalet

pending the decision signs 2009.

It's been six months since the arth

quake in Haiti, despite the

dreadful living conditions

survivors are grateful to be alive.

It's a birthday kiss that matters

more than most. Haiti's earthquake

destroying Sophia's home, and

claimed family and friends. She and

surviving family are celebrating

that she's alive to see this day.

TRANSLATION: I feel great god gave

me the opportunity to have her.

She's 17. I'm happy and graitful my

child is here with me. However

dreadful living conditions may be,

looking the part for a birthday

party is as important here as

anywhere else. Gimed by her friends,

Sophia wants -- filmed by her

friends Sophia wants the world to

know although life is changed, it's

still cherished. TRANSLATION: I'm

thankful I was born, I'm thankful

my mother is here. If I had money I

would have gone to the movies, I

can't now. Sophia and her friends

are rebuilding their lives. They

want to show in their own way what

is happening in Haiti, the

milestone moments that matter to them.

Moments like flag day, when

communities come together to give

thanks for their country, it may be

damaged beyond recognition, but

it's a source of huge pride. It is

a humbling testament to the -airn

spirit, that a few month problem -

aishian spirit that months after

the trajity pride overwhelms

emotion of an earthquake generation.

The party starts in Madrid, the

players sharing with the fans. They

showed off the trophy to the king.

They've been celebrating for 20

up. hours now. This is still the warm-

# Music The players have done the

hard work. Now it's time to hand

over to the fans. APPLAUSE.

The emotions and tackles were high.

The cards were yellow and red.

Winner. So were the supporters and the celebrations.

Spain win the World Cup at last.

For cap tan, kissing the Cup was

the warm-up as he was interviewed

by a journalist, also his girlfriend.

On the plane home, a Spanish sing

song with a familiar South African sound.

Congratulations guys, you did well.

When you meet your king it's best

not to turn up empty-handed. You

can forgive the curiosity this

trophy has never been to Spain

before. This was their golden

generation of players, inspiring

the next. Could we put the Vuvuzela

away now. Mark Webber may have been

victorious at Silverstone, greener

rev heads took to the streets for

their version of the Formula 1 race,

100 competitors took part in a

British pedal car race. The boys in

blue made sure no-one exceeded the

speed limit. SIREN SOUNDS. The

charity. event raised more than 50,000 for

Warren Tredrea backed Matthew

Primus's appointment as Port

Adelaide's interim coach but says

the Power may need to look beyond

its backyard for a permanent

replacement. It was a show of

support from one former skipper to

another. Warren Tredrea content

with Matthew Primus's appointment,

but said a non-Port Adelaide person

could be the way forward beyond

2010. I would be fully supportive

of Matthew Primus, if he was the

right person for the job. He'll do

stuff over the next few weeks, he

has good ideas. We are hopeful it

comes out the right way. One guy

that's mentioned at the bottom is

Chris Scott at Fremantle. He's gone

from being defensive to chief

midfield coach and arguably doing a

good job. Fronting the media for

the first time since his

appointment Sunday Primus warned

careers were on the line in the

final 7 weeks. Season ffed Everyone

is on notice from the coach brg

everyone is on notice from the

players to the medical staff. It's

an exciting thing. Bad news for

Collingwood at the Match Review

Panel. The elbow to the head from

Travis Cloke, he's in trouble.

Travis Cloke's slugged with a 3-

week ban for an off the ball high

elbow. Rugby league and Jarryd

Hayne led Parramatta to an

impressive victory over the Cowboys

showing glimpses of 2009 form, he

was brilliant for the Eels scoring

a hat-trick, snapping a 3-game

losing streak. It's Jarryd Hayne,

he's away, versus Bowen, Jarryd

Hayne running away from Matty Bowen,

what speed. The win keeps

Parramatta in touch with the eighth.

North Queensland is lagging in 15th

on the ladder. Not usually a

sporting them, but Spain could

beginners in more way than one.

Spain has been in the headline for

its troubled economy and the

Australia territory measure imposed.

Financial analysts say -- austerity

measures imposed. 11 men chasing a

ball in what's known as the

beautiful game. The impact of the

World Cup according to an

investment manager exceeds the

perfect cross. We know sporting

events have an impact. Spaip has a

high unemployment rate. It's under

the pal of tough austerity measures,

that matter a week ago. Now Spain

are the World Cup champions and the

economy is getting a quick and

feverish football fix. Spain will

have benefit from this as the wave

of euphoria passes through. If

that's properly captured by

industry they can make benefits out

of it. The host country may not

have got far, but South Africa came

out of the World Cup with a balance

sheet. That will encourage more

people in terms of holidays and

other destinations and see it as an

international part of a leading

international nation and not just

another African country. The World

Cup provided a lasting legacy with

roads and infrastructure. Another

major impact is the regranding of

Africa with a significant impact on

investment and tourism.

Paint manufacturer Dulux has

brought a splash of colour to the

Australian stock market, debuting

on the ASX, shares edging to their

highest level in 10 days, let's

check with James Rosenberg at Macquarie Private Wealth, the new

addition to the market. We have had

four entries worth a couple of

hundred million in the past year.

It's been slim pickings, hasn't it.

A lot of reason for that is the

fact that markets around the world

have been a lot lower, and vendors

have been unwilling to accept a

lower multiple of their earnings

for their stocks in an IPO. Dulux

was a spin off from their parent

Orica. The idea is it will free up

the management of both companies to

pursue avenues of growth, in terms

of new companies, it's very slim

pickings, as I mentioned. It's a

question for do we take a lower

price for the vendors or is this as

good as it gets. I guess that is an

individual decision depending on

how keen they are to be a seller.

Overseas - Alcoa has been the first

major company to post Q2 results,

it's beaten expectations. It was a

good result. 13 cent a share

against a Brode forecast of 11 cent

a share. It's not a bellweather

company but the first big company

to kick off a solid US reporting

season. It is hopefully going to be

a fipr Philip for markets and

outway concerns dogging the rest of

global markets particularly over

Europe. You mentioned Spain in a

finance cross. Let's hope that the

US reporting season means that

we'll run with the bulls. Sounds

like a good plan. James Rosenberg

at Macquarie Private Wealth. Now,

Tim, before I go, ending on a sexy

note. Shares in playboy surging 41%

overnight for reasons - Hugh

Heffner is looking at privatising

the company, offering to buy the

shares he doesn't own. There's a

rival offer from penthouse.

Fascinating prospectus. It would be. The weather:

That's it for Ten's 'Early News',

I'm Tim Webster, have a great day.

I'm Kathryn Robinson, see you at 9. Goodbye.

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