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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Tonight - serious safety concerns on Sydney's biggest road project. over a bridge

a couple of inches, Part of it has dropped an unlicensed young driver crashes. Five teenagers injured when

to be by her side. And Kylie's little sister heads home and Jessica Rowe. Ten News with Bill Woods Good evening.

the jury returns its verdict Also tonight -

in the Mal Meninga assault trial. 'Star Wars' film invades our cinemas. And fans out in force as the last

But first this evening - in Sydney's biggest road project - dangerous faults discovered Orbital in the city's west. an overpass giving way on the M7

Unions fear motorists are in danger, what caused the bridge to slip. and authorities are still unsure

overpass on the M7 at Rooty Hill Work on the northern side of this was suspended a month ago. the deck of the bridge had slipped. That's when officials first noticed a couple of centimetres, This side lifting

the outer edge dropping just as far. should be level. These two sections of the barrier

just how far the deck has moved. Underneath, deflection gauges reveal brought in At least seven hydraulic jacks

to bolster the concrete structure. at more than 1,000 tonnes. Its weight estimated shifted like a tectonic plate. Pipes broke in half when the bridge

in the concrete. Cracks also appearing a couple of inches, Part of it has dropped

a couple of inches. has actually moved and slipped down below the overpass. Today work continued

of the problems above, Motorists, unaware

section of the new orbital. still driving the Phillip Parkway

offering little reassurance. The project's safety officer The bridge has slipped a long way. Can you guarantee the bridge is safe? The bridge is safe. the Industrial Relations Commission The union went to

AbiLeighton's joint venture, to try to force the building company, to hand over an engineer's report. They refused. And the union is none the wiser

of the bridge really is. as to how dangerous this section are under too much pressure Unions believe builders ahead of schedule. to get the $1.5 billion job done closing the road The RTA is yet to consider

and fixed. until the fault can be identified Evan Batten, Ten News. A tragic car accident has left five schoolchildren in hospital. was at the wheel A 15-year-old girl without a licence

This may have begun as a joy-ride,

left the road and slammed into a tree but at 10:00, the Magna sedan

in this Doonside park. all aged 15 and 16. On board - five schoolchildren, was at the wheel. Police say a 15-year-old girl She escaped without injury. freed three others. Dozens of emergency personnel raced to the scene. Two CareFlight helicopters

A 16-year-old boy was airlifted to Westmead Hospital with head injuries. tonight fighting for his life. He's in a critical condition,

was also flown to hospital, A 16-year-old girl

in a serious but stable condition. serious leg and internal injuries. Two other 16-year-old girls suffered

is in a stable condition. Another 15-year-old boy

tragic examples of what goes wrong Unfortunately these are

licensed drive motor vehicles. when people who aren't properly of a tragedy waiting to happen. This is another example

One of the occupants was impaled, to extract the patient. and it made it extremely difficult in hospital being treated for shock. The 15-year-old driver remains

but it's likely charges will follow. She's yet to be questioned by police,

Police say the car wasn't stolen, it was taken without permission but are investigating whether from a relative. were from Doonside High School It's believed four of the students and one from Blacktown Boys. devastated by the news. The principal of Doonside

The school is deeply shocked about

what happened this morning. The school is deeply shocked about what happened this The school is deeply shocked about what happened The school is deeply shocked about what

we're what happened this morning. And The school is deeply shocked about

what happened this morning. And we're all trying to what happened this morning. And we're all trying what happened this morning. And we're all

we're all trying to come to what happened this morning. And we're all trying to come

with the we're all trying to come to terms with we're all trying to come to terms what happened this morning. And

with the accident. These we're all trying to come to terms we're all trying to come to terms

with the accident. These are four we're all trying to come to terms with the accident. These are we're all trying to come to terms

of our with the accident. These are four of

of our students who we with the accident. These are four of our students who with the accident. These are four of our students with the accident. These are four

of our students who we care for with the accident. These are four of our students who we care with the accident. These are four

very much and we are very much and we

very much and we are very concerned of our students who we care for very much and we are very of our students who we care for

about their welfare. Jacinta Hocking, Ten News.

have suffered serious injuries Seven schoolchildren in Melbourne's south-east. after a car careered into a school Driven by a P-plater, a wire fence and over a fire hydrant the vehicle plowed through before slamming into a brick wall,

onto the unsuspecting pupils. which then collapsed

Then there was a car smashed. People were running everywhere.

Police were been unable to interview the driver at the scene, of an interpreter. requiring the services

on the state of our public schools. A damning report card tonight leaky roofs and overflowing toilets An independent audit warning

into the private system. are pushing students

of Hurstville Public The angry parents

poorly maintained schools. know all about shoddy,

on the audit's shame file. Their school is right up there toilets that simply can't cope, Problems include

suffering health problems with children because they refuse to use them. They smell, they're dirty, in many cases they don't have toilet paper. We have situations where toilet seats are taken

and not replaced. And despite this, cleaners are given just six minutes to clean each toilet and classroom. Six minutes, that's how long they can do, otherwise they have to stay later and they don't get paid for it. Professor Tony Vinson's report says an injection of $180 million is needed to plug what he calls an intolerable maintenance backlog.

Dilapidated buildings, dirty walls, broken paths, rusted railings, roofs that leak and toilets that stink. Professor Vinson says the down-at-heel appearance of some schools is contributing to the exodus of students to private institutions. The Government admits that all is not well with school maintenance, but it says it's spending the money to fix the problem.

Maintenance is a challenge. The Government's acknowledged this. Parents are hoping there'll be a boost for school maintenance in next week's State Budget. Paul Mullins, Ten News.

will tell gamblers how long they've been playing. It's part of new measures aimed at curbing the addiction, but critics say it doesn't go far enough.

Grant McBride is the minister for gambling, but he refused to be videoed in front of poker machines today. Launching changes that will include a clock on all poker machines, McBride insisted on standing in front of an empty bar instead. I'm the Minister for Gaming, I'm not the minister for pokies

and I won't appear in it for this reason.

I'm not there to promote poker machines. But his Government isn't coy about taking revenue from problem gamblers.

NSW has 99,000 poker machines, generating $4.4 billion in profits for clubs and pubs and $750 million in taxes every year. And as for clocks on poker machines and a pop-up telling gamblers how long they've been playing -

a reformed addict says it's a joke. By knowing the time, it's not going to stop you from keeping feeding your money into the poker machines.

Experts say the changes are welcome, but don't go far enough. Right now we don't even know what the prevalence of problem gambling really is. One contentious issue - whether to restrict the value of notes that can be fed into a machine. While there's some evidence that banning $100 and $50 bills from poker machines would be an effective harm minimisation measure,

the Government wants more research before making a decision.

Every other jurisdiction in Australia follows our lead in terms of the issues of problem gambling and harm minimisation. Would it be fair to say you don't want to do anything that would limit the Government's tax take from pokies? I totally reject that statement. The minister says in the past two years his policies have seen the numbers of pokies in the State reduced by 1,800.

John Hill, Ten News. Landslides have devastated eastern regions in New Zealand's North Island. More than 40cm of rain has fallen in just 36 hours. Homes have been swept away by landslides and dozens more are poised to collapse. The sound was this huge rumbling. It just sounded like a whole heap of cracking bones - crack, crack, bang, bang. Oh, it was a horrible sound. Hundreds of people have been evacuated, including a retirement village, and 20 schools have been closed. A caravan park left destroyed by the downpour. Emergency services say it will take at least a month for the region to return to any sense of normality. Rugby league legend Mal Meninga

has been found not guilty of assault charges over a pub fight in Canberra two years ago. He's now taking his own action

against the man who took him to court. His relief was obvious. Two years after he hit a man outside a Canberra pub, a jury has found Mal Meninga not guilty of two assault charges. I thank my family and friends for all the support they've had over the last two years and obviously I'm very, very pleased with the verdict. Mr Meninga had punched 42-year-old Grant Hurley in the mouth after an earlier incident inside the PJ O'Reilly's pub where Hurley had crash-tackled him. Meninga said Hurley had racially abused him and claimed he hit him in self-defence. During three days of evidence, the court was told Mr Hurley was extremely intoxicated but was described by his girlfriend as a "pathetic little rabbit". In summing up this morning, Justice Terence Higgins told the jury

they could also consider another defence - consent. That Mr Hurley was... jury returned not guilty verdicts. After a short deliberation, the jury returned not guilty verdicts. Mr Hurley was not in court at the time.

But today's verdict is not the end of the matter. Mr Meninga is now suing Mr Hurley for assault over the same night - If successful, it could mean a $50,000 payout for Mr Meninga.

Laurel Irving, Ten News. Kylie Minogue has thanked her well-wishers as she endures further tests for breast cancer.

She'll undergo surgery this week. Her Melbourne medical team confirming the disease hasn't spread. Dannii Minogue jetted out of London's Heathrow Airport to be by her big sister's side in her hour of need. As Kylie prepares to undergo surgery, her immediate family are on the move.

Her father Ron, himself a cancer survivor, making a hasty exit from the family home this morning.

In a statement released by her management company:

The 36-year-old called on her fans to make donations to the Cancer Council rather than sending flowers or a card.

I think it's terrific that she is thinking that way. It goes out to other women in the same situation. A stream of well-wishers passed on their best at her family home. Pupils at her old high school penning their pledges of support to its most famous past student. It's just the thought, and I'm sure she'll appreciate it. A visit to the Ramsay Street set by a busload of English fans today took on extra significance.

Kind of grown up watching her. Started watching 'Neighbours' when I was really young and she was kind of the first person you wanted to be like. It's probably especially hard because she won't have the privacy that other people - but the other side of it is she'll have a lot of support. Newspaper photos have revealed the pop idol spent time with boyfriend Olivier Martinez on her family's French island getaway just prior to her initial diagnosis.

The pair enjoying some much-needed down time ahead of the fight of her life. Cameron Baud, Ten News. Fears the Muslim leader on a hostage mercy mission may be in danger himself. That story next. Also tonight, the gang of schoolboys accused of planning a robbery spree. And Paris Hilton's saucy new ad sends the American networks into a spin.

We'll reveal all later this news hour.

Skipping school to pull off armed robberies - five schoolboys have been arrested over an alleged carjacking. A court hearing they planned to go on a robbery spree in Sydney's south-west.

They're possibly the country's youngest car-jacking suspects. A 15-year-old boy, still wearing his school uniform, and his 16-year-old classmate, his hands in cuffs, arriving at court to face charges of being armed with intent and aggravated car-jacking. Police allege they're just two of the five boys who skipped class yesterday, armed themselves with a replica pistol and bailed up a driver in this car park,

taking his Toyota Camry. Bidura Childrens' Court has heard they planned to embark on a robbery spree through Lakemba and Belmore. The 15-year-old has been granted bail. His father says he's been mixing with the wrong crowd. His son's been placed on a nightly curfew, but his dad says that might not help.

The older boy is already on a bond. Meantime, a setback for police investigating last month's double shooting murder at the Rocks. Detectives assumed a black BMW spotted leaving the scene

was the same vehicle involved in a shooting an hour later at Stanmore. Now they realise the crimes were unrelated. So in other words, the black BMW that we've already seized from the McDonald's shooting is a different vehicle

to the one we allege is involved in the double-murder shooting in Hickson Road. While they're still looking

While they're still looking for the killers' beamer, they have recovered a second car, a Volkswagen Bora,

thought to have been used in the killings. A man accused of killing two people in the car accident that sparked the Macquarie Fields riots

has lost his last avenue for bail. Jesse Kelly appeared in the Supreme Court, his grandparents offering to give up their life savings I believe in him 100%, OK. But the judge ruled Mr Kelly has an ongoing disobedience problem and was concerned he could interfere with witnesses, as he also faces assault charges against Jason Greeks,

Australian man Douglas Wood has spent another night as a hostage in Iraq as efforts continue behind the scenes to secure his release. The Sydney Islamic leader who's trying to free him is reported to have left Baghdad after making contact with Mr Wood by phone. Sheik al-Hilali's rescue mission continues to produce plenty of hope but not yet the release of Douglas Wood,

the 63-year-old private contractor engineer kidnapped on May 1. (Speaks Arabic) The sheik says "We are told by those whom we trust "that Douglas Wood is still alive and his medicine has reached him.

"And that the matter will be solved shortly with his release." It's also been claimed, though not directly by the sheik, that during a phone call from people who said they were the kidnappers a man claiming to be Douglas Wood spoke briefly to him,

saying he was well. We have no independent verification of that. We are no better informed or advised than what you are on that particular aspect of it.

It's now believed the sheik has left Baghdad for Dubai for medical treatment, and because there are fears for his own safety in Iraq as an Australian-based Islamic leader. The trickle of positive news from the sheik has created a roller-coaster of hope and despair for the Wood family.

Sources close to the family say they've been warned that the leads in the case so far could come to nothing. In Alamo, San Francisco, a neighbour of the Wood family remains optimistic. The news sounds great and we all hope that it comes to pass. REPORTER: Have you been following the news reports? Of course, everybody has here. The Wood family is still trying to appeal for his release

through newspaper and television ads in Arabic. And an Australian Government hostage response team is also doing its best to help. It's composed of various personnel and it's working very hard. Greg Turnbull, Ten News. The Tax Commissioner has found a way for the Budget's tax cuts to apply from July 1 without a Senate vote. But there is a catch.

The Treasurer faced protesters in Sydney unhappy with their $6 tax cut compared to the $42 on offer for the top end. Sheriff of Nottingham, $6 man.

But the Senate is threatening to make the Treasurer a no-dollar man by blocking all his Budget tax cuts. That is until the Tax Commissioner showed his hand, today publishing two schedules of tax changes

for businesses to apply to pay packets from July. You won't know which one to apply until we can deal with Kim Beazley in the Senate. By issuing two schedules,

the Tax Commissioner has made it possible for all the Budget tax cuts to apply. This Tax Office decision means a massive increase in red tape

for some 850,000 businesses across the country. Mr Hendy says the simple solution is for the Senate to pass the bill. Labor should at least allow the tax cut schedules to stand. Labor is sticking to its guns and will vote for its amendments in the Senate and against the Government package. It also seems to be saying that it will separately vote against the Tax Commissioner's solution. We're going to go into the Parliament

and use every available means to fight for a fairer deal for the 7 million Australians that John Howard's forgotten. He can delay those tax cuts but he will never stop them. Paul Bongiorno, Ten News. Unions have joined business groups to challenge State Government taxes on investment properties. Protesters staged a mock funeral procession outside Parliament House, claiming the vendor tax is killing jobs and the economy.

Construction workers marched alongside real estate agents and members of the Property Council. We have to call on the State Government in next week's Budget It's a dumb tax.

The State Government is expected to keep the vendor tax but wind back land tax.

Time for our first check of the Time for our first check of the weather tonight.

Time for our first check of the weather tonight. Look at this ,

just over my right shoulder are two

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nice. It's a bit chilly. The mercury got down

nice. It's a bit chilly. The mercury got down to 10 in Sydney,

the coldest start of the year today. 6 the coldest start of the year today. 6 out the coldest start of the year today.

the coldest start of the year today. 6 out in the Greater West. We're going through

6 out in the Greater West. We're going through the 6 out in the Greater West. We're

6 out in the Greater West. We're going through the electric blankets.

You forget how nice a blue sky is

You forget how nice a blue sky is in Sydney after day after day of all that all that grey.

in Sydney after day after day of

in Sydney after day after day of all that grey. The coastal rain

cleared a little bit. It's been

cleared a little bit. It's been a long cleared a little bit. It's been a long time cleared a little bit. It's been a

cleared a little bit. It's been a long time since we've had surf like this, long time since we've had surf like this, six long time since we've had surf like this, six days long time since we've had surf like this, six days in long time since we've had surf like this, six days in a long time since we've had surf like this, six days in a row long time since we've had surf like this, six days in a row of long time since we've had surf like this, six days in a row of 6 long time since we've had surf like this, six days in a row of 6 foot surf

this, six days in a row of 6 foot surf . this, six days in a row of 6 foot surf . These this, six days in a row of 6 foot

this, six days in a row of 6 foot surf . These shots are this, six days in a row of 6 foot surf . These shots are tracking this, six days in a row of 6 foot surf . These shots are tracking big

waves at Manly from a waves at Manly from a helicopter.

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If you can get to the coastline in the next few days, If you can get to the coastline in the next few days, that If you can get to the coastline in the next few days, that low If you can get to the coastline in the next few days, that low off If you can get to the coastline in the next few days, that low off the Tasman the next few days, that low off the

Tasman Sea is generating great the next few days, that low off the Tasman Sea is generating great fun.

Skywatch Tasman Sea is generating great fun. Skywatch - Tasman Sea is generating great fun. Skywatch - it Tasman Sea is generating great fun. Skywatch - it was Tasman Sea is generating great fun. Skywatch - it was blue Tasman Sea is generating great fun. Skywatch - it was blue with Tasman Sea is generating great fun. Skywatch - it was blue with a

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Skywatch - it was blue with a bit of white cloud sneaking through the place, the place, the coastal of white cloud sneaking through the place, the coastal showers of white cloud sneaking through the place, the coastal showers not

of white cloud sneaking through the place, the coastal showers not as frequent place, the coastal showers not as frequent today. place, the coastal showers not as

place, the coastal showers not as frequent today. It's a bit chilly,

as I said. as I said. Pollution frequent today. It's a bit chilly, as I said. Pollution is frequent today. It's a bit chilly, as I said. Pollution is low frequent today. It's a bit chilly, as I said. Pollution is low all over.

over. Tomorrow as I said. Pollution is low all over. Tomorrow -

as I said. Pollution is low all over. Tomorrow - a mainly as I said. Pollution is low all over. Tomorrow - a mainly sunny as I said. Pollution is low all over. Tomorrow - a mainly sunny day after over. Tomorrow - a mainly sunny day after an over. Tomorrow - a mainly sunny day after an early over. Tomorrow - a mainly sunny day after an early shower over. Tomorrow - a mainly sunny day after an early shower on over. Tomorrow - a mainly sunny day after an early shower on the over. Tomorrow - a mainly sunny day after an early shower on the coast. Your

after an early shower on the coast. Your weekend after an early shower on the coast. Your weekend looking after an early shower on the coast. Your weekend looking good. after an early shower on the coast. Your weekend looking good. I'll tell Your weekend looking good. I'll tell you Your weekend looking good. I'll tell you about Your weekend looking good. I'll tell you about it Your weekend looking good. I'll tell you about it in Your weekend looking good. I'll tell you about it in 10 Your weekend looking good. I'll tell you about it in 10 minutes' time.

Next in the 5:00 News - the tourist who survived 10 days on an Aussie island. How he plans to thank his rescuers. And bigger and bolder - Donald Trump's controversial plan to rebuild the World Trade Center.

This weekend, Bunnings Warehouse are having a huge stock clearance. Basin mixer - $35.

Taubmans' Living Proof silk finish - $34. Lowest prices are just the beginning.

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Time could check the traffic. Tim

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over it. Bridge, and Vic Lorusso is almost over it. We're Bridge, and Vic Lorusso is almost over it. We're not

Bridge, and Vic Lorusso is almost over it. We're not spying Bridge, and Vic Lorusso is almost over it. We're not spying on Bridge, and Vic Lorusso is almost over it. We're not spying on Tim.

We're checking over it. We're not spying on Tim. We're checking the over it. We're not spying on Tim. We're checking the Harbour over it. We're not spying on Tim. We're checking the Harbour Bridge traffic We're checking the Harbour Bridge traffic trying We're checking the Harbour Bridge traffic trying to We're checking the Harbour Bridge traffic trying to get We're checking the Harbour Bridge traffic trying to get out We're checking the Harbour Bridge traffic trying to get out of We're checking the Harbour Bridge traffic trying to get out of the

city traffic trying to get out of the city this traffic trying to get out of the city this evening.

traffic trying to get out of the city this evening. It's traffic trying to get out of the city this evening. It's a traffic trying to get out of the city this evening. It's a beautiful

shot city this evening. It's a beautiful shot of city this evening. It's a beautiful shot of the city this evening. It's a beautiful shot of the city city this evening. It's a beautiful shot of the city for city this evening. It's a beautiful shot of the city for a city this evening. It's a beautiful shot of the city for a Thursday

shot of the city for a Thursday night. Unfortunately, it's a very

slow run. That's the slow run. That's the western

slow run. That's the western

distributor. Traffic passes under

the Harbour

distributor. Traffic passes under the Harbour Bridge, it's very slow

for motorists

the Harbour Bridge, it's very slow for motorists trying the Harbour Bridge, it's very slow for motorists trying to the Harbour Bridge, it's very slow for motorists trying to get the Harbour Bridge, it's very slow the Harbour Bridge, it's very slow for motorists trying to get out by

the Gore Hill freeway. Good news for for shoppers the Gore Hill freeway. Good news for shoppers heading the Gore Hill freeway. Good news

the Gore Hill freeway. Good news for shoppers heading towards the M2 and for shoppers heading towards the M2

for shoppers heading towards the M2 and Castle Hill. Thank you, Vic. Traffic in Sydney's north-west was brought to a standstill this morning after a head-on collision in Ryde.

Emergency crews freed two trapped drivers. One man was airlifted to hospital where he remains in a critical condition. The second driver is also in hospital with head injuries. And a truck driver is dead after a head-on collision between two semitrailers on the North Coast. The heavily laden vehicles careered into each another as they negotiated a bend on the Pacific Highway south of Ballina. The second driver escaped with only cuts and bruises. A Central Coast community is fighting to save the lives of young drivers.

A South American tourist is recovering in hospital after surviving for 10 days lost on an island off Brisbane. Tonight, there's special recognition for the sisters who found him. It's not often a search like this one has a happy ending, a really happy ending.

Thank you very much. His brother, Ricardo, pulled yesterday from thick bush,

but not before he posed for photographs with his rescuers. More smiles

and a proposal to one of two sisters who found him. I asked him whether he had a wife and a family

and he said, "No", and he said that he had a girlfriend now that he'd found me and he said he wanted me to be his wife. The area Ricardo was found in is so rugged SES volunteers walked right past him without actually spotting him.

The Colombian businessman then drew on his last ounces of energy to call them back. We called back and forth a couple of times till we worked out where he was and then four of us went down and found him. Ricardo told his brother he became lost not long after he went bushwalking on what was supposed to be a day trip. He was walking in circles. If he'd walked in a straight line he was only an hour away from help.

And, if it wasn't for rain, he'd have died days ago. He was able to stand under some tress. that had leaves that put a lot of water down, so he drunk a lot of water. Overnight, the Colombian Consulate shouted for the entire island. And the gratitude won't stop there. A wealthy man, Mr Sirutis has also pledged to somehow repay his rescuers. I love Australia

and now I really love, love Australia. Jesse Grayson, Ten News. Larger-than-life billionaire Donald Trump has proposed controversial plans to rebuild the World Trade Center. Trump is critical of the original plans, saying the Freedom Tower has no place in New York, But he says most New Yorkers want the Twin Towers rebuilt.

We want to rebuild the World Trade Center as the World Trade Center, but better, a little bit taller, a lot stronger, just plain better. A decision is expected at the end of next month. Still to come - the safety concerns behind a mass car recall.

the new diabetes treatment showing excellent results. And fans turn out in force as the dark side invades our cinemas.

This weekend, Bunnings Warehouse are having a huge stock clearance.

$12. $10 per square metre. are just the beginning.

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bit chilly. The temperature will go goosebump in the night. It's a bit chilly. The temperature will go down down to bit chilly. The temperature will go down to about

bit chilly. The temperature will go down to about 7 bit chilly. The temperature will go down to about 7 degrees bit chilly. The temperature will go down to about 7 degrees in bit chilly. The temperature will go down to about 7 degrees in the

Greater down to about 7 degrees in the Greater West. down to about 7 degrees in the Greater West. 2 down to about 7 degrees in the Greater West. 2 in down to about 7 degrees in the Greater West. 2 in the down to about 7 degrees in the Greater West. 2 in the Blue Mountains Greater West. 2 in the Blue Mountains and Greater West. 2 in the Blue Mountains and 10 Greater West. 2 in the Blue Mountains and 10 tonight Greater West. 2 in the Blue Mountains and 10 tonight in Greater West. 2 in the Blue Mountains and 10 tonight in Sydney. A Mountains and 10 tonight in Sydney. A spark Mountains and 10 tonight in Sydney. A spark link Mountains and 10 tonight in Sydney. A spark link blue Mountains and 10 tonight in Sydney. A spark link blue sky Mountains and 10 tonight in Sydney. A spark link blue sky three Mountains and 10 tonight in Sydney. A spark link blue sky three or Mountains and 10 tonight in Sydney. A spark link blue sky three or four days A spark link blue sky three or four days in A spark link blue sky three or four days in a A spark link blue sky three or four days in a row.

19 to 20 degrees tomorrow and a

fine blue fine blue sky. 19 to 20 degrees tomorrow and a fine blue sky. Thank 19 to 20 degrees tomorrow and a fine blue sky. Thank you, 19 to 20 degrees tomorrow and a fine blue sky. Thank you, Tim Bailey. The company building the M7 orbital has responded to our lead story, backing claims the overpass is safe.

Work was suspended a month ago when the northern side of the bridge slipped several centimetres. Westlink M7 has just released a statement, saying a professional engineer has inspected the Eastern Road Bridge and determined the structure is safe. Type 2 diabetes in obese patients has been reversed by exercise.

Doctors at Concord Hospital in Sydney say this is a world-first discovery. Patients have been doing about 50 minutes of exercise a day, reducing their blood pressure and cholesterol levels and reversing type 2 diabetes. They've also achieved blood glucose control equal to being on insulin therapy. Not only have people been able to bring their diabetes under control

but they've also dramatically reduced their medication usage, and with this there's obviously a significant cost saving. Diabetes is the fastest-growing disease worldwide brought on by a population that's getting fatter. Safety fears have forced Toyota to recall thousands of four-wheel drive vehicles across Australia. But the Japanese manufacturer insists

drivers and passengers are not at risk from the manufacturing fault. In Australia, the recall is restricted to the Prado four-wheel drive manufactured between May 2001 and August 2002. Toyota estimates more than 13,000 of the Japanese-made vehicles could be affected by a fault detected in the suspension. In the manufacturing process, the ball joint may have been scratched slightly

that with excessive wear could cause this to fail.

Internationally, however, Japan's largest car maker is being forced to recall over 880,000 vehicles, including several models in the United States. A driver of the car may notice some changes in suspension or loosening of the steering and in the worst case it may in fact break. The fault has been detected in eight vehicles locally but the company insists there is no immediate danger to drivers.

In none of those cases have there been any accidents or injuries. Prado owners are being urged to check the manufacturing date on engine plates. We have called this a safety recall and it means it's pretty important, so come June, we would ask people to make sure they bring in their vehicles at that time. All vehicles will be repaired free of charge. Nicole Strahan, Ten News. It's been a brighter day on the Australian share market. Donohue D'Souza at Commonwealth Securities - a bit more enthusiasm on the market today.

You can say that again. We haven't

seen gains of this magnitude in a

month. To month. To start seen gains of this magnitude in a month. To start off

seen gains of this magnitude in a month. To start off with, seen gains of this magnitude in a month. To start off with, Wall Street month. To start off with, Wall Street gave

month. To start off with, Wall Street gave us month. To start off with, Wall Street gave us the month. To start off with, Wall

month. To start off with, Wall Street gave us the strong lead, oil

prices fell overnight and there has been been economic prices fell overnight and there has been economic news prices fell overnight and there has

prices fell overnight and there has been economic news of late that

this market is in no mood to be disappointed. this market is in no mood to be disappointed. Shoppers this market is in no mood to be disappointed. Shoppers are this market is in no mood to be disappointed. Shoppers are getting

more bang for their buck? more bang for their buck? Data showsour

more bang for their buck? Data showsour wages more bang for their buck? Data showsour wages are more bang for their buck? Data

more bang for their buck? Data showsour wages are rising faster than

than prices. We made

showsour wages are rising faster than prices. We made up a showsour wages are rising faster than prices. We made up a shopping basket and basket and added meat, than prices. We made up a shopping basket and added meat, chicken, fruit fruit and basket and added meat, chicken, fruit and milk, basket and added meat, chicken, fruit and milk, petrol basket and added meat, chicken, fruit and milk, petrol and basket and added meat, chicken, fruit and milk, petrol and beer. Over the last Over the last three years the cost fruit and milk, petrol and beer. has Over the last three years the cost has risen Over the last three years the cost has risen by Over the last three years the cost has risen by about Over the last three years the cost has risen by about $18. Over the last three years the cost has risen by about $18. Wages Over the last three years the cost has risen by about $18. Wages rows by by about has risen by about $18. Wages rows by about $132 has risen by about $18. Wages rows by about $132 a has risen by about $18. Wages rows by about $132 a week. Thousands of 'Star Wars' fans have turned out in force at cinemas across Australia for the final instalment in the series. 'Revenge of the Sith' answering questions, building since the screen saga began. 'Star Wars' fanatics have been waiting almost 30 years for their questions to be answered and their adventure complete. The moment that once seemed a galaxy far far away, finally here.

The dark side has been preparing for this moment for a millennium. We've been counting down pretty much from 100 days, so it's finally here. Thousands of the movie's faithful queuing through the night for the saga's final instalment, 'Revenge of the Sith'. The long-awaited movie that shows how one of the screen's most evil characters came to life. Preparation for the premiere rivalling the film's own production. Many arrangements have been made, many costumes have been sewed.

The excitement of the moment and clash of characters too much for some. Until the real battle began. We are at war, Anakin.

Fans have been waiting for years

to see the final chapter in this adventure

and cinemas are selling out across the country. Experts are predicting it will be the most successful 'Star Wars' film. It will be the biggest of the last three by a significant margin

and probably the biggest release of the last few years. Tim Potter, Ten News. Sport with Tim Webster - and a worrying injury for a former Origin star. Yes, we'll find out why playing would be a serious health risk for Jason Croker. Plus - why Manly have reached a contract impasse with one of their best players. Also - surfing perfection for Kelly Slater. And when in Monaco - the diamond accessories for two F1 drivers.

Here's to the 2.7 litre, V6 as standard, to taking it anywhere, with six airbags, and smart seating, and six-speaker MP3. here today. future driven. #

Hooker Brendan Cannon has been recalled to the Waratahs starting line-up for Saturday's Super 12 semifinal against the Bulls at Aussie Stadium, replacing Adam Freier. Hopefully it's not his last game for the 'Tahs - Cannon will join the Western Force next year. The Waratahs' horses-for-courses policy has worked in Brendan Cannon's favour at the right time of the year - set to take the challenge

of the Bulls forwards head-on in Saturday's semifinal.

We're really looking forward to the challenge We're really looking forward to the challenge the We're really looking forward to the challenge the Bulls

We're really looking forward to the challenge the Bulls present. We're really looking forward to the challenge the Bulls present. We're

not challenge the Bulls present. We're not looking challenge the Bulls present. We're not looking just challenge the Bulls present. We're not looking just to challenge the Bulls present. We're not looking just to compete challenge the Bulls present. We're not looking just to compete with

them not looking just to compete with them but not looking just to compete with them but take not looking just to compete with them but take the not looking just to compete with them but take the game not looking just to compete with them but take the game to not looking just to compete with them but take the game to tem. not looking just to compete with them but take the game to tem. The coach

coach believes them but take the game to tem. The coach believes flexibility them but take the game to tem. The coach believes flexibility in selection

coach believes flexibility in selection is coach believes flexibility in selection is vital coach believes flexibility in selection is vital so coach believes flexibility in selection is vital so success. coach believes flexibility in selection is vital so success. You need

selection is vital so success. You need depth. selection is vital so success. You need depth. You selection is vital so success. You need depth. You look selection is vital so success. You need depth. You look at selection is vital so success. You need depth. You look at other selection is vital so success. You need depth. You look at other teams with need depth. You look at other teams with injuries, need depth. You look at other teams need depth. You look at other teams with injuries, and you need depth. You look at other teams with injuries, and you need need depth. You look at other teams with injuries, and you need Deppth. The with injuries, and you need Deppth. The Bulls with injuries, and you need Deppth. The Bulls have with injuries, and you need Deppth. The Bulls have won with injuries, and you need Deppth. The Bulls have won their with injuries, and you need Deppth. The Bulls have won their last with injuries, and you need Deppth. The Bulls have won their last six

matches and matches and tried The Bulls have won their last six matches and tried to The Bulls have won their last six matches and tried to move matches and tried to move The Bulls have won their last six matches and tried to move the pressure matches and tried to move the pressure onto matches and tried to move the pressure onto the

matches and tried to move the pressure onto the home matches and tried to move the pressure onto the home side,

declaring pressure onto the home side, declaring they'll pressure onto the home side, declaring they'll enjoy pressure onto the home side, declaring they'll enjoy themselves. I bet

I bet you declaring they'll enjoy themselves. I bet you they declaring they'll enjoy themselves. I bet you they don't. declaring they'll enjoy themselves. I bet you they don't. It's declaring they'll enjoy themselves. I bet you they don't. It's nice declaring they'll enjoy themselves. I bet you they don't. It's nice to be I bet you they don't. It's nice to be able I bet you they don't. It's nice to be able to I bet you they don't. It's nice to be able to say I bet you they don't. It's nice to be able to say we I bet you they don't. It's nice to be able to say we have I bet you they don't. It's nice to be able to say we have nothing

I bet you they don't. It's nice to be able to say we have nothing to lose.

lose. I be able to say we have nothing to lose. I can't be able to say we have nothing to lose. I can't believe be able to say we have nothing to lose. I can't believe - be able to say we have nothing to lose. I can't believe - we've be able to say we have nothing to lose. I can't believe - we've spent 10 or 10 or 11 lose. I can't believe - we've spent 10 or 11 weeks lose. I can't believe - we've spent 10 or 11 weeks working, lose. I can't believe - we've spent 10 or 11 weeks working, to lose. I can't believe - we've spent 10 or 11 weeks working, to get lose. I can't believe - we've spent 10 or 11 weeks working, to get into

a 10 or 11 weeks working, to get into a semifinal 10 or 11 weeks working, to get into a semifinal and 10 or 11 weeks working, to get into a semifinal and to

10 or 11 weeks working, to get into a semifinal and to think 10 or 11 weeks working, to get into

10 or 11 weeks working, to get into a semifinal and to think it's OK to losz. losz. Alex a semifinal and to think it's OK to losz. Alex Kanaar a semifinal and to think it's OK to losz. Alex Kanaar is a semifinal and to think it's OK to losz. Alex Kanaar is set a semifinal and to think it's OK to losz. Alex Kanaar is set to a semifinal and to think it's OK to losz. Alex Kanaar is set to come

back

back and has been bracketed losz. Alex Kanaar is set to come back and has been bracketed with Will back and has been bracketed with Will called back and has been bracketed with Will called wall. South Sydney legend George Piggins has slammed Sydney City Council's plan to reject his proposal for a new stadium at Redfern. Instead, the Council wants to demolish the spirtual - but rundown - former home of the Rabbitohs in favour of more open parkland. But Piggins has vowed to fight on with his stadium idea against Mayor Clover Moore.

City council has really tried to

destroy rugby league. It destroy rugby league. It survives because destroy rugby league. It survives because it's

destroy rugby league. It survives because it's a destroy rugby league. It survives destroy rugby league. It survives because it's a great game. Even with the

because it's a great game. Even with the NRL war it survived. She

is not going to take the Oval off us is not going to take the Oval off us without is not going to take the Oval off us without a is not going to take the Oval off us without a fight. 6-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater continues to set the benchmark for the sport. He's celebrating victory in the Billabong Pro

at Tahiti's notorious Teahupoo reef. But it's the way he won it against Damien Hobgood that's re-written the record books. Slater scoring a maximum 20 points from two perfect 10-point rides. He held the previous points record. While Hobgood dislocated his shoulder on the reef Slater lifted the Teahupoo title for a third time. Extra glamour for this weekend's Monaco Formula One Grand Prix McLaren drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Juan Pablo Montoya will race in diamond-encrusted helmets. The high quality gems spell out the drivers' names and took three months to create. The helmets will be auctioned off for charity after the race.

In a similar promotion for last year's Grand Prix, a diamond worth almost $300,000 was placed in the nose cone of a jaguar. But after a crash on the first lap it mysteriously disappeared. The diamond still hasn't ben found.

That's all for now.

Why put diamonded on a helmet?

Because Why put diamonded on a helmet?

Why put diamonded on a helmet? Because you can. Such a waste. Back

a Vic on the Mix 106 traffic helicopter. a Vic on the Mix 106 traffic helicopter. The a Vic on the Mix 106 traffic a Vic on the Mix 106 traffic helicopter. The problems are traffic

helicopter. The problems are traffic heading towards Seven Hills.

It's very slow for late night

shoppers. You can see traffic

crawling, and that's all three

lanes heading away from the M2

junction and into Sydney's Greater West. junction and into Sydney's Greater

junction and into Sydney's Greater West. We have delays leaving the

city after a crash. Unfortunately the city after a crash. Unfortunately the Gore city after a crash. Unfortunately the Gore Hill city after a crash. Unfortunately the Gore Hill freeway city after a crash. Unfortunately the Gore Hill freeway and city after a crash. Unfortunately the Gore Hill freeway and the

city after a crash. Unfortunately the Gore Hill freeway and the M2 is slow.

Tim Bailey's back with the latest weather details next. Then - Paris becomes a saucy salesgirl, but what exactly is she selling?

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everything's on the menu. The Pentagon is using video games to try and understand the horrors experienced by soldiers returning from Iraq.

It's estimated one in five suffer some form of trauma or depression. Lieutenant Julian Goodrum is a veteran of two Gulf wars. He returned from the first a hero and from the second a suicidal wreck. My nightmares are so intense, I woke up one night with my hands around her throat. REPORTER: Around your fiancee's throat? Correct. Another night, she woke me up - I was really kicking and really getting violent in my sleep, so now I sleep on the couch until I can get my sleep more under control, my nightmares. He suffers from PTSD - post-traumatic stress disorder. And he's not alone - more than 10,000 returnees from the Iraq war have sought help for a condition in which the mundane becomes a menace. The smell of diesel takes me back to Iraq. Anything that triggers memories of combat, of being in Iraq?

Correct. It is the nature of Iraq's insurgency of unseen snipers and suicide bombers which has fuelled the trauma. And so the Pentagon has gone to an unlikely source for help - video games, designed here in Atlanta to recall the streets of Falluja and thus exorcise the ghosts of war. Persons with post-traumatic stress

may go back to the streets of Falluja every day in their own mind. We're just providing a shared experience where a therapist can work with a person and have a better understanding of where they were and help them process that information. The Pentagon says it is taking post-traumatic stress disorder seriously. But Lieutenant Goodrum and many other veterans disagree bitterly. It is the epidemic that dares not speak its name.

Tim Bailey with the weather. A

sight Tim Bailey with the weather. A sight of Tim Bailey with the weather. A sight of winter? Tim Bailey with the weather. A sight of winter? Yes, Tim Bailey with the weather. A sight of winter? Yes, our Tim Bailey with the weather. A sight of winter? Yes, our coldest day

sight of winter? Yes, our coldest day so sight of winter? Yes, our coldest day so far sight of winter? Yes, our coldest day so far today sight of winter? Yes, our coldest day so far today according sight of winter? Yes, our coldest day so far today according to sight of winter? Yes, our coldest day so far today according to the minimum day so far today according to the minimum temperature. day so far today according to the minimum temperature. We day so far today according to the minimum temperature. We got day so far today according to the minimum temperature. We got down day so far today according to the minimum temperature. We got down to 10

minimum temperature. We got down to 10 and minimum temperature. We got down to 10 and Parramatta minimum temperature. We got down to 10 and Parramatta got minimum temperature. We got down to 10 and Parramatta got to minimum temperature. We got down to

10 and Parramatta got to 6. I

minimum temperature. We got down to 10 and Parramatta got to 6. I have the sniff of the sniff of a 10 and Parramatta got to 6. I have the sniff of a weekend. 10 and Parramatta got to 6. I have the sniff of a weekend. It's Thursday the sniff of a weekend. It's Thursday night the sniff of a weekend. It's the sniff of a weekend. It's Thursday night and the sniff of a weekend. It's Thursday night and I the sniff of a weekend. It's Thursday night and I have the sniff of a weekend. It's Thursday night and I have a

the sniff of a weekend. It's Thursday night and I have a feeling I'll I'll do Thursday night and I have a feeling I'll do you Thursday night and I have a feeling I'll do you a Thursday night and I have a feeling I'll do you a deal. Thursday night and I have a feeling I'll do you a deal. Some Thursday night and I have a feeling I'll do you a deal. Some blue Thursday night and I have a feeling I'll do you a deal. Some blue sky across I'll do you a deal. Some blue sky across Friday, I'll do you a deal. Some blue sky across Friday, Saturday I'll do you a deal. Some blue sky across Friday, Saturday and

I'll do you a deal. Some blue sky across Friday, Saturday and Sunday and across Friday, Saturday and Sunday and Tuesday across Friday, Saturday and Sunday and Tuesday and across Friday, Saturday and Sunday and Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures Temperatures getting and Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures getting warmer and Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures getting warmer - and Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures getting warmer - 22 and Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures getting warmer - 22 and 23 Temperatures getting warmer - 22 and 23 degrees. Temperatures getting warmer - 22 and 23 degrees. We'll Temperatures getting warmer - 22 and 23 degrees. We'll get Temperatures getting warmer - 22 and 23 degrees. We'll get rid Temperatures getting warmer - 22 and 23 degrees. We'll get rid of Temperatures getting warmer - 22 and 23 degrees. We'll get rid of the

showers 23 degrees. We'll get rid of the showers tomorrow 23 degrees. We'll get rid of the showers tomorrow morning.

Satellite - cloud is forming across south-east Satellite - cloud is forming across south-east Queensland Satellite - cloud is forming across south-east Queensland bringing showers south-east Queensland bringing showers and

south-east Queensland bringing showers and isolated south-east Queensland bringing showers and isolated storms. south-east Queensland bringing showers and isolated storms. Allow cloud showers and isolated storms. Allow cloud is showers and isolated storms. Allow cloud is pushed showers and isolated storms. Allow cloud is pushed onto

showers and isolated storms. Allow cloud is pushed onto the southern NSW coast cloud is pushed onto the southern NSW coast causing cloud is pushed onto the southern NSW coast causing showers. cloud is pushed onto the southern NSW coast causing showers. The cloud is pushed onto the southern NSW coast causing showers. The map for NSW coast causing showers. The map for tomorrow NSW coast causing showers. The map for tomorrow - NSW coast causing showers. The map for tomorrow - a NSW coast causing showers. The map for tomorrow - a cold NSW coast causing showers. The map for tomorrow - a cold front NSW coast causing showers. The map for tomorrow - a cold front will bring bring a for tomorrow - a cold front will bring a burst for tomorrow - a cold front will bring a burst of for tomorrow - a cold front will bring a burst of showers for tomorrow - a cold front will bring a burst of showers to south-west south-west WA. bring a burst of showers to south-west WA. Warm bring a burst of showers to south-west WA. Warm winds bring a burst of showers to south-west WA. Warm winds puff across

south-west WA. Warm winds puff across SA south-west WA. Warm winds puff across SA and south-west WA. Warm winds puff across SA and Victoria. south-west WA. Warm winds puff across SA and Victoria. Cool south-west WA. Warm winds puff across SA and Victoria. Cool winds will across SA and Victoria. Cool winds

will maintain showers across SA and Victoria. Cool winds will maintain showers on across SA and Victoria. Cool winds will maintain showers on the across SA and Victoria. Cool winds will maintain showers on the NSW and will maintain showers on the NSW and southern will maintain showers on the NSW and southern Queensland will maintain showers on the NSW and southern Queensland coast

will maintain showers on the NSW and southern Queensland coast lines and and southern Queensland coast lines and a

and southern Queensland coast lines and a broad and southern Queensland coast lines and a broad high and southern Queensland coast lines and a broad high will and southern Queensland coast lines and a broad high will keep and southern Queensland coast lines and a broad high will keep the and southern Queensland coast lines and a broad high will keep the rest of and a broad high will keep the rest

and a broad high will keep the rest of the country mostly dry. Predicted of the country mostly dry. Predicted precipitation of the country mostly dry. Predicted precipitation - of the country mostly dry. Predicted precipitation - that's tomorrow. tomorrow. Isolated Predicted precipitation - that's tomorrow. Isolated showers Predicted precipitation - that's tomorrow. Isolated showers along the

tomorrow. Isolated showers along

tomorrow. Isolated showers along the NSW coast, clearing from the south. By south. By Saturday, the NSW coast, clearing from the south. By Saturday, a the NSW coast, clearing from the south. By Saturday, a high the NSW coast, clearing from the south. By Saturday, a high will keep keep most south. By Saturday, a high will

keep most of Queensland and NSW south. By Saturday, a high will keep most of Queensland and NSW dry. Warm Warm winds keep most of Queensland and NSW dry. Warm winds will keep most of Queensland and NSW dry. Warm winds will persist keep most of Queensland and NSW dry. Warm winds will persist across keep most of Queensland and NSW dry. Warm winds will persist across the south-east Warm winds will persist across the south-east ahead Warm winds will persist across the south-east ahead of Warm winds will persist across the south-east ahead of a Warm winds will persist across the Warm winds will persist across the south-east ahead of a cold front.

The big weather story The big weather story all

south-east ahead of a cold front. The big weather story all week south-east ahead of a cold front. The big weather story all week was the The big weather story all week was

The big weather story all week was the deep blue sea. Look at these

picts from the the deep blue sea. Look at these picts from the chopper the deep blue sea. Look at these picts from the chopper above the deep blue sea. Look at these picts from the chopper above Manly.

Surf is up.

picts from the chopper above Manly. Surf is up. Surfers grinning. Brilliant shots. Brilliant shots. That Surf is up. Surfers grinning. Brilliant shots. That is Surf is up. Surfers grinning. Brilliant shots. That is plain Surf is up. Surfers grinning. Brilliant shots. That is plain good

Brilliant shots. That is plain good fun and showing off. There's more on the

fun and showing off. There's more on the beach tomorrow. It's well worth a look.

Coming up next, a stror about Paris

Coming up next, a stror about Paris Hilton. Finally, Paris Hilton's at it again. Her latest on-screen performance may look like an adult movie, but it's actually a television ad and believe it or not she's not selling a car or a car wash, but a hamburger. Look closely and between the suggestive washing and sponge baths, the heiress is juggling a burger which promoters say is almost as spicy as she is. Fried jalapenos on it and it's really juicy and tasty. Some American networks fear the ad's too saucy, but that's exactly what the burger company wanted. Great-looking actress, great-looking car, great-looking burger - That's the 5:00 News. I'm Bill Woods. And I'm Jessica Rowe. Tim Webster will have the Late News at 10:30. Goodnight. Supertext Captions www.auscap.com.au Supertext Captions by the Australian Caption Centre. www.auscap.com.au