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Tonight, from excitement to

exhaustion - Jamie Neal's

incredible ordeal catches up with

him. He's a bit down in the mouth

and he's worried about what's going

to happen to him. Australians among

the scores of people killed in the

Iranian air disaster. And the

after their wild Origin win. battle-scarred Blues arrive home

after their wild Origin win. It's

not what you want, but that's footy,

mate. You get on with it. Good

evening. I'm Bill Woods. And I'm

Deborah Knight. Also, a new swine

flu warning as the number of deaths

here doubles. And the moment that

changed Michael Jackson - unseen

video of his fiery accident.

But first, British backpacker Jamie

Neale is on the road to recovery,

eating and sleeping well as he

comes to grips with his amazing

surival in the Blue Mountains. Ten

reporter Evan Batten has been

following the story, and he joins

us now from outside Katoomba

Hospital. Evan, Jamie seems to be

doing remarkably well considering

what he's been through?

what he's been through? Absolutely.

He issued a statement this

afternoon. It is brief. It tells us

that he is very thankful to

everybody for their help and

support. We expected him to

possibly leave hospital today but

there has been a bit of a setback.

there has been a bit of a setback.

He's a bit down in the mouth and

he's worried about what's going to

happen to him. Heading back to his son's bedside, Richard Cass was

still obviously concerned. Any hope

19-year-old Jamie Neale would be

released from hospital today faded

as his ordeal caught up with him -

the extreme exposure, dehydration

and lack of food. Quite regularly

people are on a high when they are

rescued. Then they start to fall

off, their condition falls off - a

lot of it is about the nutrition.

lot of it is about the nutrition.

Doctors will watch Jamie for at

least another night and have least another night and have

carried out a series of tests.

Essentially it's precautionary but

we are waiting for further

investigations. Tests being normal,

then should be OK. They've also

taken a sample of the seeds and

leaves he survived on. He's given

us some things that we have sent to

the botanical people - experts who

will give us some more information

on it. Jamie's apparently talkative

and eating well. His first meal was

a hamburger. He's

a hamburger. He's showing no signs

of hypothermia, despite enduring

the freezing conditions in only a

lightweight jacket, T-shirt, jeans

and sneakers. The only visible sign

of his 12 days lost - scratches to

his upper body. The incredible is

always harder to believe. The

remarkable story of survival

against the odds attracting a

worldwide audience. The interest in

this story is huge.

this story is huge. People in

Britain have woke up to the news

and they were delighted. It is

close to the top of the news agenda

in Britain. Our first look at what

is supposed to have been his

memorial. Carved in

memorial. Carved in stone at by his

father. A final tribute to a son of father. A final tribute to a son of

almost certainly lost forever. A

red rose for England and his name

carved in the rock. At his darkest

moments, Richard has placed the

flour on a rock which was the last

flour on a rock which was the last

place Jamie was seen alive. Other

backpackers pause to date to taking

in. It is hard hitting. What must

have been going through his

father's mind when he carved the father's mind when he carved the

name. It today we retraced some of

Jamie's steps. Police beat up -

Jamie's steps. Police beat up - -

believe he went off course after

announce voluntary. Because he was

mobile that made the search more

difficult. He was not equipped with

a mobile phone or an emergency

beacon. It sends a signal back to

the a authorities and they know

the a authorities and they know

precisely where to find do. It is

easy to understand why his father

may have given up hope. You get an idea

idea of the massive surge terrier

rescue teams were facing. And all rescue teams were facing. And all

the foliage that would have made it

hard for rescue teams to see from

the air. The Bush is very thick.

the air. The Bush is very thick.

Very slow country to move through.

There have been five more swine flu

deaths in NSW, including a 9-year-

old boy. And some pregnant women

are now becoming so sick they've

been put on ventilators, with doctors warning expectant mothers

to keep away from crowds.

to keep away from crowds. One of

the latest victims is a man in his

twenties who died a few weeks ago.

The others were two males and two

females. All had underlying medical

conditions. The nine-year-old child

had significant medical conditions.

I can confirm that they had multiple medical conditions.

multiple medical conditions. The

latest deaths bring the told in New

South Wales to 10. Modelling

predicts thousands of the

Australians could die this winter

from swine flu. Many people in the

community will be impacted and the

younger people will suffer the

impact. Pregnant

impact. Pregnant women are

suffering from the effects. Life

support systems are there to keep

oxygen levels up. That is very

important in pregnancy. Took babies

swine delivered because their mothers had

swine flu are suffering because

they were premature, not because

they have swine flu. Pregnant women

are being advised to stay away from

crowds and wash their hands and the

use masks if there is a risk of

being exposed to flu. To

being exposed to flu. To

Australians were among victims

killed in a plane crashed in Iran.

The plane crashed soon after take-

off, killing all on board. A

brother and sister from New South

Wales were passengers on the flight

but their identities have not been

revealed. Investigators have

recovered the plane's black box.

recovered the plane's black box. A

small son army hit New South Wales

last night, triggered by an

earthquake off New Zealand. Tidal

wave. A major earthquake triggered

alarms. A small tidal wave was

generated. We

generated. We saw the wave about

10pm local time. It was only 15

centimetres high but a tidal wave

none the less. 15 minutes after the

quake struck, a tidal wave warning

was issued for parts of Australia.

It is important to treat a tidal

It is important to treat a tidal

wave warning as serious. If it had

been in deeper war there - - water

off further south it could have

been a more serious tidal wave. In

Queenstown at stock fell from the

shelves of supermarkets. It was

shelves of supermarkets. It was

really mad. I was not sure whether

to be scared or excited. A similar

earthquake killed people decades

ago. The event proved a test of the

warning system for a tidal waves in

Australia. Sport with Brad McEwan.

Australia. Sport with Brad McEwan.

And, Brad, the Blues are home

looking, well, a little black and

blue. Bill, State of Origin was

taken back two decades last night

with the wild series finale in

Brisbane. NSW won the game 28-16

but all the talk is on the brawling

that left players from both sides bruised, bloodied and battered.

Steve Price sporting the scars of

battle. The Queensland front rower

with no memory of the night before,

a knockout at the hands of Blues

rival Brett White Heard from plenty

of people sort of what happened.

of people sort of what happened.

All I know is I was asleep and

Brett wasn't. Blues forward Trent

Waterhouse was sent off for being

third man in. But it was White who

did the damage. Origins are full of

passion. It is an arena where there

is a lot of passion.

is a lot of passion. Mayhem

followed. Queensland fans hurled bottles, Queensland players hurled

abuse The boys were pretty angry,

they were pretty fired up about it.

Felt as though Pricey was cheap-

shotted. Look everyone's seen the

replay - it was toe-to-toe and

that's footy. If someone wants to

get in a stink then he's got to be

prepared to cop one. The Maroons

furious with an incident involving furious with an incident involving

Justin Poore as Price lay unconscious on

unconscious on the turf. I think

someone shook him up when he was on

the ground, which was a bit of a

dog act. But obviously we'll have

to wait and see. We'll get him next

year. A first tackle up and under a

final chance to bash a Blue. Only

about a minute to go and we weren't

going to win the game so we just

wanted to get up and hurt them like

they hurt one of our brothers,

Pricey. We wanted to do the same.

Pricey. We wanted to do the same.

The next game the next game is not

for another 10 months. He has

announced his retirement one day

before the start of the second Test

at Lord's. The

at Lord's. The reaction of

Australia later in sport. The

schoolboy who has earned a call up

to the Swans. Car whose put on

notice with tough new laws. The

parents campaigning for traffic

light changes after the

light changes after the death of

their little girl. Remembering a war hero.

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The RTA will be told to adjust

traffic light timers around the

State after the death of a 3-year-

old girl. The Coroner also wants

truck doors changed so such tragedies don't happen again.

3-year-old Jessica de Andrade was

cuddled in her mother's arms as

they crossed Botany Road in

Waterloo when they were run over by

a garbage truck in July 2007.

a garbage truck in July 2007. Her

mother was seriously injured.

Jessica died at the scene. Every

moment of every day we think about

her. Whatever we may be doing, she

is always in our mind and in our

thoughts. Today her parents were in

court as the truck driver, Marinko

Curkovic, explained how the

accident happened. He was given a

green light to turn left at the

green light to turn left at the

same time the mother and daughter

got a green pedestrian signal to

cross. They were in his blind spot

and he simply didn't see them. Mr

Curkovic hopes that giving the

evidence today in front of the

Coroner will help ensure that a

tragic accident like this never

happens again. The Coroner

recommended the Roads and Traffic

Authority fix traffic light timers,

so that pedestrians start crossing

before drivers start moving.

before drivers start moving. He

also suggested clear doors, like

those on buses, be installed in

trucks to improve visibility. Last

year, the 43-year-old driver was year, the 43-year-old driver was handed a 9-month suspended sentence

after pleading guilty to negligent

driving causing death. I would just

urge all truck drivers to realise

that you are professionals and you

should take your job very seriously.

should take your job very seriously.

Gabrielle Boyle, Ten News.

There are tough new laws on

modifying cars. From next month,

drivers won't be allowed to raise

or lower vehicles by more than 5cm,

or they won't pass registration. We

know that some young car hoons know that some young car hoons

think a severely modified vehicle

looks cool, but it's dangerous and

there's no place for it on our

roads.

roads. But four-wheel drive

enthusiasts claim there's no

evidence raising vehicles is

dangerous. The law doesn't apply to cars already modified.

Negotiations are underway into

whether a group of homeless men can

continue to live at the back of

Bondi Pavilion. Today Sir Laurence

Street was brought in as a mediator between the men and

between the men and Waverly Council.

Last week council workers threw out

the men's belongings in an attempt

to evict them, but the group,

dubbed the 'Bondi Nine', took their

battle to the Supreme Court. battle to the Supreme Court.

They're fighting to stay in their

makeshift home, or be provided with makeshift home, or be provided with public housing.

Victoria Cross hero Ted Kenna has

been given a final salute at a

state funeral in Melbourne. The

Prime Minister and military leaders Prime Minister and military leaders

joined family and friends in

honouring the World War Two hero.

honouring the World War Two hero.

Ted Kenna once said he wasn't a

hero, just the right bloke in the hero, just the right bloke in the

wrong place at the wrong time. The

Prime Minister, Victoria's Premier,

military leaders and old comrades

joined together to remember him.

Keith Payne, one of only two remaining Australian VC recipients,

attended with the last living attended with the last living

Ghurka to have received the honour.

In time, he will be remembered as

an Australian icon.

an Australian icon. All of us have

lost a very special Australian. In

New Guinea, months before World War

Two ended, Private Kenna stood in

full view of a Japanese bunker and

killed two machine gunners with two

rounds. His clothes were left

riddled with bullets, but somehow

he wasn't, earning the Victoria

Cross, Australia's highest military honour.

honour. Here was a man who wore his

VC not for himself, but for those

he served alongside. Badly wounded

soon after, Mr Kenna was nursed

back to health by the woman he

eventually married, his wife of 62

years, Marjorie. She was the love

of his life. Described as humble

and generous, he had a competitive

streak so strong he once took on

Don Bradman in a cruise ship game.

You were a hero to me for so many

more You were a hero to me for so many

more reasons than your bravery

award. Private Edward Kenna VC,

this is your last parade. May you

rest in peace. One last honour for

a man who proved his character on

the battlefield and the many years

that followed. Ted Kenna was 90.

Christopher Still, Ten News.

Christopher Still, Ten News.

If you are looking for a way to

warm up or put a spring in your

step, Tim Bailey says he has the

answer. How clever it is this? The

aroma festival - if you're looking

for a great cup of coffee, in

Sunday it will be here. 3604

different types of coffee. We had

shivers along our spine. We had a

better rainfall in the state today.

Snow on another table lands. It is

cold and will remain so for the

next 24 hours. We like creativity.

next 24 hours. We like creativity.

This is the weather photograph.

Mental illness on the rise as the

financial crisis wears on - we'll

have that next. have that next.

Also, the troubled space shuttle

finally gets off the ground.

And Paul McCartney shows he's still

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got it... (SINGS 'GET BACK').

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concert in New York.

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problem tonight on the road? That

is correct. The traffic at Ryde

Bridge, Rhodes. There was an

accident. Have a look at how slow

the traffic is. This is all the

traffic. If you are at home wanting

to go on the Ryde Bridge, Rhodes,

you may want to go another way.

Global health experts are warning

we need to prepare for a surge in

mental illness. Cases of depression

and suicide are expected to

increase as unemployment rises.

Chronic depression it claimed the Chronic depression it claimed the

20 is of this man falls - -.

Without treatment I probably would

not have been around today.

not have been around today. Full-

time treatment meant that he could

not hold down a jobs and had to

sell his home. Careful mental

health is critical as unemployment

brings on a surge in depression. I

am seeing at least 100 per cent

increase in times of economic loss.

The inevitable mental health crisis

will sadly claim Australian lives.

If we do not respond adequately by

providing not only jobs but good

psychological services, we run the

risk of a large mental health

problem. There is a risk that the

economy will mean more mental

health problems. The economy will mean more mental health problems. The best thing

that you can do it is talk about it.

You can call these numbers if you

need help. You can call these numbers if you

need help. The i n g Direct finance

report. It has been a day on the

market? It has been. Investors were

encouraged by a stronger than

encouraged by a stronger than

expected second quarter Chinese GDP

numbers. The government stimulus

packages are working. Locally,

retailers received a boost from the

latest bulletin. Consumers still

racked up $17 billion collectively

in May. racked up $17 billion collectively

in May. Research stocks were the racked up $17 billion collectively in May. Research stocks were the biggest winners today.

Tonight all eyes will be on Google,

with investors keen to see if the

new Microsoft so genuine has eaten

into their revenue. The space into their revenue. The space

shuttle's 'Endeavour' has been

damaged two minutes after lift-off.

Nasser is trying to work out if

there will be problems bringing the

astronauts home. They finally found

a break in the weather. Brewster

ignition and the lift-off of

'Endeavour'. Within two minutes,

more drama. Pieces are seen falling

off the external take. It would

take time for engineers to see if

this has caused significant damage.

There will be 13 people on board

the International Space Station, a

NASA art record. Although delayed one month,

one month, this date is special. 40

years commemorating them first moon

landing. We are still fascinated.

Sir Paul McCartney has played an

impromptu concert on the roof of a

New York theatre. It was a stunning

return to the place where it all

began 40 years ago. It is hard to

believe his - - it is 45 years

since he first played at this

theatre. In 1964 it was it their

big introduction to the United

States. Append - - appearing with David

David Letterman, Paul McCartney

remembered the big night. A man

asked me if I was nervous. I said

no and he said you should be. There

are 73 million people watching.

Even Bruce Willis was there today.

Some of New York's finest employees

taking a quick dance break. Back to

work. This weekend he will make

more history, playing another concert.

Looks good. The simple device that

could have saved Jamie Neale from

his 12 day ordeal. Also, unseen

video of Michael Jackson and the

accident that changed his life.

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This program is captioned live. Top

stories this news hour. Two

Australians are among 168 people

killed in a plane crash in Iran. killed in a plane crash in Iran.

Believed to be a brother and sister

from New South Wales, they died

when the jet came down in farmland

shortly after take-off. The number of

of swine flu deaths has doubled in

New South Wales. 10 people have now

died, including a 9-year-old boy.

And some pregnant women are now

becoming so sick they've been put

on ventilators. And Blue Mountains

survivor Jamie Neale is to spend

another night in hospital. Doctors

say he's still not well enough to

be released after his 12-day ordeal

in near freezing conditions.

Experts say their Jamie Neale would

have been found within hours if he

had carried it a personal tracking

device. Police loan them for free

and it has already proved to be a

life-saver. Tracking experts

believe that he would have been believe that he would have been

found within one day if he had

hired a piece of personal

technology. When activated, the

device sends out an alert by

satellite to emergency services.

Within hours they can track down

the beacon and the bush walker.

They are not hard to come by.

Police stations in the Blue

Mountains have them available for

hire. They are free of charge. We

ask them to complete before and we

give them information about safety

in the bush. An engineer or donated

the devices after a 17 year-old

died after becoming lost in the

Blue Mountains. We believe the

death of David was an avoidable

death. The devices have already

saved the life of a man who broke

his leg while bush walking in March.

He was rescued within hours. Snow

it right on cue for this more

holidays? There is correct.

Incredible conditions. Natural snow

falls of around 25 centimetres.

Man-made snow it is also going well.

Conditions I just fabulous. We have

a really good forecast. It should

be great on Saturday. More snow

forecast for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. forecast for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

A wonderful weekend down there and

also here in Sydney where there is

a festival happening at the rocks.

That is the Mona Lisa. BDO has

emerged which may help explain the

addiction of Michael Jackson to

painkillers. While filming a

commercial Michael Jackson is seen

going down the stairs. His hair

caught on fire. He continued

dancing Bokhari members smothered

the fire. He was taken to hospital.

Proving that the Australians love a

food fight, to a million people

watched the show last night. The

judges and contestants had become a

very famous. You know the interview

it is going to be fun when a menu

had never met shows you how to

where Croat. Matt Preston is a man

in demand. Everyone wants to speak

to him and his fellow judges. He

certainly makes tasting food fun,

even theatrical. A lot of the

tasting is done in the nose.

Preston concedes some people

misunderstand him. I have swallowed

it. Some people think I am

pretentious. I think both contraire.

His final meal would include sushi,

a Chinese suckling pig, Pablo Bach

and a Snickers bar. His favourite

hangover meal is a hamburger. What

makes a good chef is humility and

good technique. If you say hello to

end, it will be a good experience

in the street. Sport is next with

brand. - - Brad. Fronting the NRL

chin - - judiciary. How David

Williams is feeling after his kick

in the head, courtesy of Jonathan

Burston.

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The current Ashes series will be England all-rounder Andrew

Flintoff's last. He announced his

retirement from Test cricket, but

didn't reveal if his injured knee

would rule him out of the second Test, starting tonight.

He was the hero of England's 2005

campaign. Now this Ashes series

will be Andrew Flintoff's last.

It's just the timing of it - my

body is telling me it's time to body is telling me it's time to

give in. Still, the 31-year-old

all-rounder's decision came as a

shock to his competition. If he's

been thinking about it for a while,

then it's probably a little bit

surprising it's come on the eve of

the second Test. A Test the Aussies

are now well prepared for, after

another day getting used to the

ground. It was a lonely training

session for paceman Brett Lee, with

a rib injury still holding him back.

Obviously that means he won't be

able to be available for bowling

this game. We would have wanted him

to do more bowling before this Test

match. The Australian captain, of

course, wants to led his team to

victory here, but he's also got a victory here, but he's also got a

bit of personal business to attend

to - Ricky Ponting is hoping to

make his first Lord's century. I've

played two Tests here and haven't

got my name on the board in there

inside yet, so at the end of the

day it'd be nice to achieve that.

Preferably on top of an Aussie win.

At Lord's in London, Danielle

Isdale, Ten News.

The Penrith Panthers will be

waiting anxiously tonight to find

out whether their Blues forward,

Trent Waterhouse, out whether their Blues forward, Trent Waterhouse, will be suspended

for his role in last night's Origin

brawl. The Maroons walked away with brawl. The Maroons walked away with the

the series win, but NSW restored

some pride by taking the honours in

the fiery clash.

After games one and two, they said

NSW had no passion. COMMENTATOR:

It's toes to toes. I think the

Queenslanders carried on a bit. The

biff in the dying stages denied

Hayne four points. It also left

Steve Price unconscious and Trent

Waterhouse in the stands. He'll

front the judiciary in the next

half an hour to fight a one-match

ban for his involvement. There was

no swinging arm. He was going down

as I got there. Sam Thaiday and Ben

Creagh were in the bin soon after,

as as the clock ticked down on a

spiteful encounter. Creagh's hands

were put to much better use with

the ball. The winning points

restored pride in the Blues jersey.

It was a tough fight, though - the

clash spirited from the kick-off.

The early stages didn't look good The early stages didn't look good

for the Blues. David Williams

coughed it up. A mistake handed

Queensland the first points. Justin

Hodges handed them a spectacular

"no try". Can you believe that?

Jumping Jack Flash. Team-mate

Johnathan Thurston wasn't as pretty

at the other end, gifting the

visitors an 8-point try with a boot

to David Williams's head. He's

escaped suspension with an early

guilty plea. Yep, but I did

apologise. The Maroons failed to

produce one of their trademark

comebacks, but made sure their fans

were entertained. Inglis kicks for

Slater. Yes, he can, Billy the Kid!

The Blues won this battle, but it

was Queensland who won the war -

until next year, of course.

Victoria Murphy, Ten News.

Wests Tigers coach Tim Sheens says

he won't be using their 2005

premiership to motivate his team as

The Tigers trained minus hooker they struggle to make the finals.

Robbie Farah, who has a bout of

tonsilitis, but he is expected to

line up against the Cowboys on

Sunday. Sheens says any talk of

past glory is out. The anything

about is it can be done. You can

win a series of games. Anyone who

knows me knows we will not get too

far down. The Tigers are currently

11th on the ladder.

The Wallabies believe an Auckland

hoodoo is just the motivation they

need to beat the All Blacks in the opening Tri-Nations Test on

Saturday night. Australia has just

four wins from 22 attempts there,

while the Kiwis haven't lost at the

venue since 1994. The importance is

critical to the match on Saturday

night. We want to get that first

fought in the door in terms of

retaining the title. It's 23 years

since the Wallabies last beat the

All Blacks at Eden Park. 18-year-

old schoolboy Dan Hannebery will old schoolboy Dan Hannebery will

make his AFL debut for the Sydney

Swans on Saturday against Carlton. Swans on Saturday against Carlton.

The move is part of Paul Roos's

planning for next year, with the

Swans currently in 11th place and

unlikely to qualify for the finals.

It is an awesome feeling. He took

me into the office and said he

would give me a match this week would give me a match this week,

would give me a match this week,

and congratulations. I'm really

happy to have the opportunity. The

teenager has been playing with

Sydney's reserves but still lives

in Melbourne while he finishes high

school.

Australia's Joel Parkinson has

tightened his grip on the world

surfing crown after taking out the

Billabong Pro in South Africa. The

ratings leader was too good for Billabong Pro in South Africa. The ratings leader was

America's Damien Hobgood in the

final. He now has three victories

from five events on this year's

tour. I was not really thinking

about it. I was thinking about the

event and what it means to me.

Parkinson scored two amazing 10-

point rides on his way to the final.

His win comes 10 years after he

old. first won at J-Bay as an 18-year-

old. first won at J-Bay as an 18-year-

Tonight on One, a big edition of

Thursday Night Live. Billy and the Thursday Night Live. Billy and the team will

team will chat live to Grand Prix

winner Mark Webber, plus Wallaby

great George Gregan joins them in great George Gregan joins them in

the studio, along with former pro golfer and MasterChef finalist Lucas Parsons.

golfer and MasterChef finalist

Lucas Parsons. There is a lot to

look forward to.

Time to check the traffic. Another

poor accident is causing problems

in western city? This is on Windsor

Road at Baulkham Hills, just before

the M2. The emergency services have

arrived. Take a look at the traffic

- it is struggling. It goes all the

way back to Parramatta. That will

affect all traffic going to the

Hills District. It has been very Hills District. It has been very

breakdown. busy on the Anzac Bridge after a

all the weather details. breakdown. Tim Bailey's next with

This program is captioned live.

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fast making a name for themselves

north of Sydney. They're learning

the classics under the guidance of

some of the biggest names in

Australian music. We're talking 8-

year-olds who can belt out Led

Zeppelin. It's ridiculous. The

details tomorrow on Ten News. Time

now for the weather with Tim Bailey.

Is there were they going to be good

for this festival? Welcome to look at

at the aroma Festival. It is an

engaging event by the Sydney

Harbour for sure authority. 100,000

people will arrive on the weekend.

There will be coffee from around

the world. It is this Sunday it,

with coffee from around the world.

You will even be able to take a

Ryde. It is not just coffee - it is

chocolate, tea, spices, all things

nice. What about this centrepiece?

It is so clever. 3,600 and for It is so clever. 3,600 and for various types of

various types of coffee. You must

come down and be part of his

wonderful festival. 100,000 people

cannot be wrong. 17 degrees and

sunny on Sunday. Today it was cold.

Some parts of the state received

snow. There was sleet and light

snow across the mountains my camera.

There was slated in the Blue

Mountains. It got to 16.5 degrees

in Sydney, but the wind was putting

us in half. Tomorrow, mainly fine

with sunny periods. A coastal

shower and 17 degrees. Sunny on Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures up

up to 17 degrees. On Monday, a

sunny. beautiful day with 20 degrees and beautiful day with 20 degrees and

A little bit of rain is just

starting to fall in some parts of Sydney.

On the satellite, cloud over

southern Queensland, nor the NSW is

generating light showers. Winds generating light showers. Winds

will ease and Michele as well clear

in south-west WA. Try northerly

winds will develop in SA. Chile on

the East Coast. Patchy showers

along the NSW coast. This is clever

stuff, with brilliant coffee.

Come on to the festival on Sunday.

The best coffee in Sydney.

That's Ten News for now. I'm

Deborah Knight. I'm Bill Woods.

Thanks for your company. We'll have

updates throughout the evening

before the Late News with

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