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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Tonight, the petrol crisis summit - hit harder than interest rates. shocking price rises a Cross City tunnel E-tag bungle. Motorists furious over

as a crippled plane lands safely. And passenger relief

the new Internet threat - Also tonight,

Robbers target chat-room users.

Sydney gets behind the Swans. And painting the town red and white - First this evening - from today's petrol crisis summit. the shocking truth and could well go much higher. High prices are here to stay

from the Federal Government The message now using alternative fuels. starting to consider

Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough at the petrol summit representing the Government

dismissed as a mere talkfest. the Prime Minister last week

from spiralling petrol prices, But with Australian families hurting just how hard the fuel crisis Mr Brough was told and the economy. is hitting business Fuel prices up 30% since January, $21 a week more to fill their tanks. costing motorists an average

in consumer confidence That sparking a collapse

and suggestions high fuel prices than a rise in interest rates. impact harder the equivalent We have just experienced point jump in interest rates of a jump of a couple of percentage

in the space of a couple of weeks. Farmers say food prices must rise, the same goes for every commodity. the trucking industry warning the trucking industry warning

9% long haul and 4% in urban areas. Transport costs already driven up

summit but kept prices down today. The oil companies boycotted the of profiteering. It didn't stop them being accused

going on. There has been some price gouging

from the ACCC? When will we see a response

if there's evidence. The Government promising to act, The PM pushing for a greater use of alternative fuels like ethanol. and also environmental contribution Because they can make both a cost

the current situation. towards easing

there's no quick fix. But everyone agrees

a whole lot worse. And things could be about to get in the Gulf of Mexico, With another hurricane has warned today the International Monetary Fund as high as US$80 a barrel. the price of oil could be heading

in Australia to $1.60 a litre. That will take petrol prices

John Hill, Ten News. Heads have rolled at Sydney Ferries

on Monday. over the crash of the 'Collaroy'

on the ferry master and crew Drug and alcohol testing

of the accident at Circular Quay. wasn't completed within three hours In addition, advice was provided the CEO and the Government to the Sydney Ferries board,

for safety have both resigned. The chairman and the general manager

More teething problems for Sydney's

new high-tech Cross City Tunnel. More teething problems for Sydney's have received notices Thousands of motorists paid the toll telling them they haven't

even though they have a working tag. This is what's meant to happen tollway. on Sydney's first fully electronic

But there's been a glitch, like Daniella Serhan some 10,000 motorists

haven't been working in the tunnel. discovering their electronic tags

I didn't know what was happening. I've been using it every day and some days it doesn't. and some days it beeps saying I hadn't paid the toll. Then I received all these letters

Those letters telling motorists without paying the toll. they were caught in the tunnel But when they phoned in to check, to tear the letters up. they were told

This is just about fine tuning.

sophisticated toll road. This is an extraordinarily

It has lasers, it has tag readers. It has video cameras. to be fine tuned. The system just needs to capture the number plates of cars The tunnel has specialised systems

not paying the toll. will eventually cross-check For those with E-tags, the system from an account so the toll can be deducted whether their tag registers or not. though I was using it with my E-tag. I thought I was getting tagged even

We are not going to infringe anyone, that's the first thing. if they get one of these letters. People should contact us there's no issues, And we'll make sure

or whatever results. no extra penalties Since it opened 25 days ago, have used the Cross City Tunnel. around 550,000 motorists around 25,000 cars a day. The operators say they're now up to is disappointing The NRMA says the glitch more people to use the tunnel. and will do nothing to encourage We've got to sort these things out who are using the tunnel because motorists of letters. don't like getting those sorts

with the operators, The NRMA wants a meeting the tunnel's high tolls. particularly to discuss Eddy Meyer, Ten News. for a dangerous gang of robbers, Police are on the hunt

with promises of sex. luring victims over the internet On several occasions, on to chat sites to arrange meetings, female members of the group have gone

in some cases posing as prostitutes.

carjacked and kidnapped at knifepoint Four men have been ambushed, by two male members of the gang. wallets and make ATM withdrawals. The victims forced to hand over their They put out knives, this and that, yeah. said "You, in the back," - Just happened so quickly. I've made. It's probably the biggest mistake having a knife around your gut. It's pretty terrifying

if the attacks don't stop. Police fear someone will be killed, in Los Angeles, A spectacular emergency landing the crippled aircraft more than 140 people on board live on the in-flight television. watching their tense situation unfold

coming in to land Jet Airlines Flight 292 with a damaged front wheel, airport bracing for the worst. emergency crews at Los Angeles

MAN: It's still holding. It did a little bit. blown - that's the front end. You can see the tyres have just

The tyres are blowing right now. The front wheel holding, turned sideways. despite being locked out of position, dead on the middle line. The pilot so skilled he brought it in

as it ground to a halt, Fire teams scrambling to the aircraft its structure surprisingly intact. did hold. The integrity of the front nose gear

shortly after the plane had taken off The drama unfolding hours earlier, from nearby Burbank Airport bound for New York. The pilots discovering the problem as they tried to retract the plane's landing gear. The Airbus was then forced to circle the Los Angeles area for three hours, dumping fuel in the Pacific Ocean, while authorities devised a plan to bring the plane down safely.

All the while, passengers were able to tune in to the developing drama via onboard satellite television. There were people laughing and calm. There were some people who were very scared - I mean, I was scared. We couldn't believe the irony that we might be watching our own demise on television. A final flyover the tower at Long Beach Airport and authorities cleared the plane for its descent, landing on the longest runway at LAX. None of the passengers or crew was injured in the emergency. The low-cost airline now under investigation. Kathryn Robinson, Ten News. More than a million Americans are tonight fleeing the path of a hurricane more powerful than Katrina.

Rita is now on collision course with Texas. The cities of Galveston and Houston are being evacuated and there's the danger New Orleans will also be hit again. It's happening again - another major American city being emptied. Just three weeks after Katrina forced over a million people from their homes around New Orleans, Houston, Texas, and a 400km stretch of coast is under mandatory evacuation order. Please evacuate. Unlike in New Orleans, where people were left to die, patients in nursing homes and hospitals are being bussed out. The President has already declared a state of emergency. We hope and pray that Hurricane Rita will not be a devastating storm, but we got to be ready for the worst. Overnight, Rita skimmed the Florida Keys, then reintensified to a deadly Category 5 hurricane -

the worst there is. Texas has 5,000 National Guards on stand-by, and America's Homeland Security has helicopters and other supplies at the ready. 100 years ago, a similar-sized hurricane levelled the coastal region. NASA has even handed over control of the International Space Station to Russia. It's really all hands on deck to deal with this storm. To try to protect the city's infrastructure,

water is being cut to the target area and power will be disconnected as the storm approaches. We think we will have some catastrophic occurrences on parts of the west island if the storm stays on its current track. New Orleans and Louisiana remain on alert, forecasters warning Rita could still turn

and hit the already hurricane-devastated region. In the United States, Leisa Goddard-Roles, Ten News.

The Sydney Swans are about to board a plane for Melbourne where, in just two days, east will meet west in the AFL Grand Final. Neil Cordy joins us from the airport, and Neil, they go knowing there's an entire city behind them.

Yes, they certainly do. The Swans

have been absolutely overwhelmed by the support they've got have been absolutely overwhelmed by the support they've got from

the support they've got from surprising sources, from all other

codes of football, basket ball as

well. They've been pleasantly

surprised by the number of people

passing them in the street and

patting them in on the back. So

they go to Melbourne tonight full

of confidence and this is what Paul

Roos had to say about the support. I Roos had to say about the support. I think Roos had to say about the support.

Roos had to say about the support. I think this week and probably the last I think this week and probably the

I think this week and probably the last four has showed how much

people now really have embraced

people now really have embraced the footy club and it is throughout

all goods. Brian Goodgin sent me an

e-mail. I mentioned Johnny Raper.

All codes and the message is e-mail. I mentioned Johnny Raper. All codes and the message is clear.

Good luck, we want you to win. So

Neil, what is in store for the team

tomorrow? Well, tomorrow they have

the annual Grand Final parade where both the annual Grand Final parade where both the the annual Grand Final parade where both the West the annual Grand Final parade where both the West Coast the annual Grand Final parade where both the West Coast and the annual Grand Final parade where

the annual Grand Final parade where both the West Coast and the Swans will both the West Coast and the Swans will parade both the West Coast and the Swans will parade through both the West Coast and the Swans will parade through the both the West Coast and the Swans will parade through the streets both the West Coast and the Swans will parade through the streets of Melbourne will parade through the streets of Melbourne in will parade through the streets of Melbourne in the will parade through the streets of Melbourne in the backs of

Melbourne in the backs of convertible cars. That will be the first convertible cars. That will be the first real convertible cars. That will be the first real taste convertible cars. That will be the first real taste for convertible cars. That will be the first real taste for many convertible cars. That will be the convertible cars. That will be the first real taste for many of the

guys of Grand guys of Grand Final first real taste for many of the guys of Grand Final action. first real taste for many of the guys of Grand Final action. Most

first real taste for many of the guys of Grand Final action. Most of

the players haven't been been to a

Grand Final in the Swans, let April

loan played in it. So it will be

something very exciting for them

I'm sure. It will, thank something very exciting for them I'm sure. It will, thank you something very exciting for them I'm sure. It will, thank you Neil.

And Tim Webster is down where the action will be

action will be It

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action will be It is a bit damp but they tell me,

mind you they're not often mind you they're not often right, but mind you they're not often right, but I mind you they're not often right, but I tell mind you they're not often right, but I tell you mind you they're not often right, but I tell you what, mind you they're not often right, but I tell you what, the

mind you they're not often right, but I tell you what, the dedicated fans, but I tell you what, the dedicated fans, for but I tell you what, the dedicated fans, for them but I tell you what, the dedicated fans, for them the but I tell you what, the dedicated fans, for them the Grand but I tell you what, the dedicated fans, for them the Grand Final

can't come soon

can't come soon enough. fans, for them the Grand Final can't come soon enough. Some supporters can't come soon enough. Some supporters turned can't come soon enough. Some supporters turned their can't come soon enough. Some supporters turned their homes can't come soon enough. Some supporters turned their homes into suburban clubhouses. Support for the Swans has never been stronger. has never been stronger. And it doesn't matter if you're staying home to watch the Grand Final or travelling south for the big day. I get very nervous, sit on the front of me chair and fair bit of yelling out.

It's fun.

It was exciting when Ian started decorating the house.

It started off with just putting a couple of banners up, it escalated to this.

The kids love it, all the kids in the street like it. And what will the kids do if Sydney wins? We're going to scream our lungs out because we're really happy.

Among all the decorations, one banner stands out. It summed up the moment two weeks ago when Sydney snatched victory with three seconds to go. COMMENATOR: I see it, but I don't believe it. One family lucky enough to get tickets are the Reinherts. The Castle Hill couple met their daughters at Newcastle airport so the drive north was just as long as their flight.

Go the Swannies! The enormous banner the Swans will burst through prior to kick-off was lovingly put together last night. The final message a closely guarded secret. (All cheer) Kevin Wilde, Ten News. And some lucky league fans have picked up the most wanted tickets in town.

These Wests Tigers supporters, selected in a club ballot, picked up 300 tickets freed up for Saturday's final against St George Illawarra.

How good is that. Go the Tigers. More on the league finals a little later, including how the Dragons and Eels are boosting the Australian clothing industry. And also later, all the Presidents men - half the international team for tonights President's Cup golf made up of Aussies and a Kiwi.

See you later, Ron. Still to come - anger grows as Frank Sartor digs in on those racial claims. Also tonight, dog attack terror - a woman mauled while trying to protect her grandsons.

And DVDs destroyed as the law comes down hard on movie pirates. We'll have that story later this news hour.

Police have gunned down a dog in Port Stephens

She suffered leg wounds as she tried to protect her grandsons. Back in the safety of her backyard, Erika Barrett bears the scars of a dog attack

that happened as she walked her two grandsons to the local shops. The dog just kept coming for us and obviously the boys were distressed. There was screaming and crying. Out of the blue, a black dog - another dog came out and went for the boys' faces. Erika says it was terrifying. It was, especially with two boys. I was more concerned for their safety than mine. Holding two children, the 49-year-old had no way of defending herself.

As she tried walking away, the dog grabbed hold. When ambulance officers got to her, her right calf muscle was torn open. She also had an open wound on her left thigh.

The dog's owner is Erika's neighbour, 80-year-old Alfred Lipke. No, I never heard nothing. He claims he doesn't know how the dogs got out saying his wife covered the exit.

She rolled that in front of the gate there, now how come that come off? the German Shepherd attacked them too forcing them to fire. Somebody called, "Come out here".

It was a policeman. That's when he shot the dog. While police consider charging Mr Lipke, they're also applying to have his other dog destroyed claiming it was involved in the attack as well. Erika Barrett would just like to hear sorry. I did think I might have at least got an apology or just to see how I was, but nothing. Jacinta Hocking, Ten News. Pressure is building tonight on Planning Minister Frank Sartor. Aboriginal groups say they'll refuse to negotiate with him on the re-development of Redfern and are threatening legal action. While the Aboriginal owners of Redfern's notorious Block stepped up their attack on Frank Sartor, the Minister was telling Parliament's Estimates Committee he never wanted responsibility for the area's redevelopment. I didn't seek to be the Minister for Redfern-Waterloo. I did not seek it. In fact, I resisted it, initially. In the wake of Frank Sartor's alleged racial slur against Aboriginal leader Mick Mundine, the Board of the Aboriginal Housing Company is adding its call for his resignation. It's also seeking legal advice on possible action against the Minister under the Anti-Discrimination Act.

We believe and I believe too, the board believe that he's a very arrogant man. He has a very, very loose tongue. I can't control what he does. I don't seek to control what he does. I want to deal with the issues. Disappointment too from Parramatta forward Dean Widders, himself a victim of racial vilification on the field. Frank Sartor's comments, he said, set a bad example for children. People gotta realise that these sort of things do affect people and, you know, the less we can hear of it, especially people in high-profile positions. The Opposition stepping up the attack in Parliament. Given you didn't want the job

and the local community doesn't want you as a Minister due to your loud-mouthed arrogant, racist bullying, how can you continue to have responsibility for the critical redevelopment of Redfern-Waterloo? All we want to hear from the Opposition is - what is your policy on the Block? The key question - what will be the level of Aboriginal housing in a redeveloped block? The Aboriginal Housing Company is refusing to negotiate with Frank Sartor,

demanding Premier Morris Iemma take over his role.

But the Premier is standing by his Minister. In breaking news - two people have been arrested over the death of a six-year-old girl at her home in Cattai.

A man and a woman are being taken to Windsor police station for questioning over the death. Former health minister Craig Knowles has been cleared of misconduct allegations made against him

by three whistle-blower nurses. The Independent Commission Against Corruption investigated claims Mr Knowles attempted a political cover-up after the whistle-blowers confronted him with concerns about the treatment of patients

at Camden, Campbelltown and Liverpool hospitals. But the watchdog has found

Mr Knowles's overall handling of the nurses' complaints

was entirely responsible and appropriate.

Dozens of angry primary school parents have stormed State Parliament to confront the Education Minister. They're furious their deputy principal has been replaced. Education Minister Carmel Tebbutt in the hot seat answering her Parliamentary colleagues when frustrated parents made a stand. Please, there shall be no demonstrations. Yeah, but it's a very frustrated parent body - that's why we're here.

Can you turn it off, please? It's the protest they don't want you to see, officials clearing the gallery.

There is no one-size-fits-all standard and that's what you're applying to us. Janie Strahle's at the centre of the storm. She's been acting deputy principal for four years at Maroubra Junction Public, overseeing solid growth. Now the Education Department wants to give her job to a deputy principal from another school.

I would appreciate the chance to apply for the position, to put in my CV along with whoever else who wishes to apply for it. Is there much support here for Janie? (All) Yes. She has such a nurturing ability in this school and the kids and the parents just love her.

Parents upset their letters have been ignored. The Opposition says the Minister has been... Arrogant, dismissive. It's about the Government not listening to parents' concerns

about their children's future. But the Minister claims there's nothing she can do. It's a done deal, the transfer will go ahead. The parents refusing to give up, some threatening to pull their children out of school. And it would be inappropriate for the Government to interfere politically.

Time to check the weather and as

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threatened, Tim Bailey is there stirring up the Mexicans. Perfect

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A man is still in hospital tonight after being run over by a train yesterday. The 18-year-old from Hurstville ran from transit officers at Town Hall Station when they approached him for allegedly behaving offensively. He crawled under a train, which then began to leave the platform. He lost a thumb and severely injured his arm. Two of his friends became involved in a scuffle with police and were arrested after being subdued by capsicum spray. They were bailed to appear in court next month. Eastern suburbs police have displayed goods stolen in up to 100 organised robberies over the past two years. Raids on three properties in Brighton-Le-Sands, Beaumont Hills and Tempe last week

uncovered $2 million worth of jewellery, cash, cameras, phones, weapons, alcohol and electrical equipment.

More than 50 relieved eastern suburbs residents

last night identified some of the property. A Melbourne man has hit the jackpot, stumbling over $10,000 on the footpath. But rather than pocketing the cash, the good Samaritan handed it in to surprised police. An unusual discovery livened up Jitenda Chirag's normally unremarkable midday stroll to the train station. Just to my surprise, I found an envelope which was lying on the road and I had a look at what was there and I could see cash in that. I was really surprised - how I could find so much money just on the road? But keeping someone else's money was never an option for the 24-year-old. Never. Not even once. Because, put it this way, if I lost that $10,000,

how would I feel? I would be devastated. The neatly bundled cash was dropped by an elderly Russian man who'd withdrawn it from the bank less than an hour before. He's taken a slight stumble -

he's assisted in his walking with a walking frame - and that money's become dislodged. Jitenda praised for his honesty. To have a sum of money in this quantity handed in just renews your faith in people. I feel very proud and happy. He really showed his character.

But would others act in the same selfless manner? I would do that. I'd do exactly the same thing myself. I'd keep it. Definitely I would keep it. I wouldn't return it. And what of the mysterious Russian who lost the cash? Well, police have refused to say just what the money was for. As yet, no reward's been offered, but that's not what motivated the humble hero. I feel good that I did the right thing. When I went to bed last night, I was satisfied that the right man got his money back. Luke Waters, Ten News. Supermodel Kate Moss is not having a good week, fresh drug allegations surfacing as two more top fashion houses dump her from their campaigns. Kate Moss's career is continuing its downward spiral with the London 'Sun's front page with the London 'Sun's front page reporting the model smokes crack. But fashion giants Chanel and Burberry didn't wait for these new allegations to surface - they'd already dumped her, hot on the heels of retail giant H&M. You can't take drugs and expect to be plastered all over Oxford Street and billboards all over the country. It's just not ethical. The model's financial losses said to be millions of dollars, thanks to the loss of her clean image. It's who do you chose to pay money to to associate with

and, obviously, there's a book of rules,

and drugs are not, you know, part of that. But some fellow models aren't convinced it's a problem. I think she's a big icon. You know, at the end of the day, she's not the first person to get into a bit of trouble, or whatever with drugs. She's still fabulous. It was these pictures in the 'Mirror' tabloid of Kate chopping and snorting what appears to be cocaine that started the trouble. that started the trouble. Some suggesting the story is payback after Moss won an apology and a financial settlement

from the 'Sunday Mirror' when it reported she had once fallen into a cocaine-induced coma. But in the biggest blow so far, London's Metropolitan Police are considering criminal charges. If we have an allegation which is so visible to the public where the person is such a role model, then it seems to be only appropriate that the police service investigate that. Some reports suggesting she's headed for Spanish party isle Ibiza for a rest. Angela Bishop, Ten News. Coles considers selling its Myer arm. Details in finance next. Also tonight - dvds destroyed as the law comes down hard on movie pirates. And the biggest names in music support the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Bailey, you are turning Melbourne

Bailey, you are turning Melbourne red and white at the moment. We

have taken over the

have taken over the joint. red and white at the moment. We have taken over the joint. Yes, red and white at the moment. We have taken over the joint. Yes, a bit have taken over the joint. Yes, a bit of have taken over the joint. Yes, a bit of drizzle have taken over the joint. Yes, a

have taken over the joint. Yes, a bit of drizzle in Melbourne as we

love it live from the AFL live bit of drizzle in Melbourne as we love it live from the AFL live site. A love it live from the AFL live site. A brilliant love it live from the AFL live site. A brilliant day love it live from the AFL live site. A brilliant day in love it live from the AFL live site. A brilliant day in Sydney love it live from the AFL live site. A brilliant day in Sydney and

love it live from the AFL live site. A brilliant day in Sydney and can love it live from the AFL live site. A brilliant day in Sydney and can I tell A brilliant day in Sydney and can I tell you

A brilliant day in Sydney and can I tell you one A brilliant day in Sydney and can I tell you one thing, A brilliant day in Sydney and can I tell you one thing, the A brilliant day in Sydney and can I tell you one thing, the Swans A brilliant day in Sydney and can I tell you one thing, the Swans are going tell you one thing, the Swans are

going to win because... Barry's tell you one thing, the Swans are going to win because... Barry's in.

Which going to win because... Barry's in.

going to win because... Barry's in. Which remind me. Barry is a legend. Barry Barry Hall's a Which remind me. Barry is a legend. Barry Hall's a legend. Which remind me. Barry is a legend. Which remind me. Barry is a legend. Barry Hall's a legend. Barry Hall's

a legend. What a legend. What about Barry Hall's a legend. Barry Hall's a legend. What about big Barry Hall's a legend. Barry Hall's a legend. What about big Harry Barry Hall's a legend. Barry Hall's a legend. What about big Harry hall. He's

a legend. What about big Harry hall. He's taken a legend. What about big Harry hall. He's taken over a legend. What about big Harry hall. He's taken over the a legend. What about big Harry hall. He's taken over the headlines a legend. What about big Harry hall. He's taken over the headlines all week week long. He's taken over the headlines all week long. As He's taken over the headlines all

He's taken over the headlines all week long. As the Swans storm into the the Grand Final week long. As the Swans storm into the Grand Final chasing week long. As the Swans storm into the Grand Final chasing the week long. As the Swans storm into the Grand Final chasing the first

Premiership since Premiership since 1933. the Grand Final chasing the first Premiership since 1933. What the Grand Final chasing the first Premiership since 1933. What about

the weather in the weather in Sydney Premiership since 1933. What about the weather in Sydney today. Premiership since 1933. What about Premiership since 1933. What about the weather in Sydney today. I woke

up the weather in Sydney today. I woke up and the weather in Sydney today. I woke up and thought

the weather in Sydney today. I woke up and thought I the weather in Sydney today. I woke up and thought I was the weather in Sydney today. I woke up and thought I was in the weather in Sydney today. I woke up and thought I was in Hawaii.

the weather in Sydney today. I woke up and thought I was in Hawaii. It was up and thought I was in Hawaii. It was gorgeous. up and thought I was in Hawaii. It was gorgeous. Another

up and thought I was in Hawaii. It was gorgeous. Another big up and thought I was in Hawaii. It was gorgeous. Another big one tomorrow. was gorgeous. Another big one tomorrow. 25 was gorgeous. Another big one tomorrow. 25 through was gorgeous. Another big one tomorrow. 25 through to was gorgeous. Another big one tomorrow. 25 through to 29

was gorgeous. Another big one tomorrow. 25 through to 29 in was gorgeous. Another big one tomorrow. 25 through to 29 in the greater greater west. tomorrow. 25 through to 29 in the greater west. Let's tomorrow. 25 through to 29 in the greater west. Let's look tomorrow. 25 through to 29 in the greater west. Let's look at tomorrow. 25 through to 29 in the greater west. Let's look at the tomorrow. 25 through to 29 in the greater west. Let's look at the map of greater west. Let's look at the map of NSW. greater west. Let's look at the map of NSW. I greater west. Let's look at the map of NSW. I promise, greater west. Let's look at the map of NSW. I promise, it greater west. Let's look at the map of NSW. I promise, it is greater west. Let's look at the map of NSW. I promise, it is not greater west. Let's look at the map of NSW. I promise, it is not as

drizzley as this place drizzley as this place I'm of NSW. I promise, it is not as drizzley as this place I'm in called Mexico.

I believe the word on the street is that I believe the word on the street is that Barry I believe the word on the street is that Barry Hall's I believe the word on the street is that Barry Hall's a I believe the word on the street is that Barry Hall's a legend. I believe the word on the street is that Barry Hall's a legend. See I believe the word on the street is that Barry Hall's a legend. See up

again at 5:55. Top stories we're following this news hour - a spectacular emergency landing in Los Angeles, more than 140 people on board the crippled aircraft watching their tense situation unfold live on the in-flight television.

A 44-year-old woman and a 55-year-old man, both from Cattai,

have been arrested over the death of a young girl. The 6-year-old girl died in her Cattai house on the weekend. Also - more teething problems for Sydney's new high-tech Cross City Tunnel. Thousands of motorists are furious after receiving notices telling them they hadn't paid the toll despite having working electronic tags. And more than a million Americans flee an on-coming hurricane.

Rita, which is more powerful than Katrina, is headed for Texas. The cities of Galveston and Houston are being evacuated

and there's the danger New Orleans will also be hit again. International rock royalty have performed a charity concert for the victims of hurricane Katrina. The 5-hour show featured a number of performers, including Lenny Kravitz and Elton John.

Bette Midler used the opportunity to criticise the Bush Administration

before giving an emotional performance. (Sings) # The signs implore me help the needy # And show them the way # Human kind... # Tickets to the event ranged between $50 and $500. Finance - and the Australian share market rallied in afternoon trade.

Julia Lee at Commonwealth Securities - Coles to go it alone without Myer.

Australia's largest retailer,

Coles Myer has put the

Coles Myer has put the Myer

Coles Myer has put the Myer department blocks on the auction block. department blocks on the auction block. They're department blocks on the auction block. They're looking department blocks on the auction block. They're looking for

department blocks on the auction block. They're looking for formal expressions of expressions of interest block. They're looking for formal expressions of interest to block. They're looking for formal expressions of interest to buy block. They're looking for formal expressions of interest to buy the department department stores expressions of interest to buy the department stores and a expressions of interest to buy the department stores and a bidding expressions of interest to buy the department stores and a bidding war

may may break department stores and a bidding war may break out department stores and a bidding war may break out with

department stores and a bidding war may break out with 12 department stores and a bidding war may break out with 12 parties interested.

may break out with 12 parties interested. This may break out with 12 parties interested. This is may break out with 12 parties interested. This is despite may break out with 12 parties interested. This is despite the

Myer's department store's earnings falling by falling by 46% Myer's department store's earnings falling by 46% last Myer's department store's earnings falling by 46% last financial Myer's department store's earnings falling by 46% last financial year. A piracy crackdown tonight on dodgy DVDs - thousands of discs were destroyed today following raids by NSW and Federal Police. This is the end for 150,000 pirated DVDs. Their total street value - $1.5 million. But it's a drop in the ocean. Film piracy will cost the Australian film market over $40 million this year. When we deal with mass copyright piracy, it's organised crime.

Today's technology makes pirating incredibly easy, with movies readily available over the Internet before they hit cinemas. The NSW and Federal Police are working together to shut down pirating operations but they need the public's cooperation. If there is no purchase at the end of the day, there's no market for the product. So it's very much something we need to do

Piracy is also crippling our small businesses. Over the last two months, my downturn in one store has been 46%

and the downturn in another store, about 31%. Video store owner Steve Jacobs has rented out 16,000 fewer DVDs so far this year. I've had to cut everybody's hours back and I've had to go back to work the counter myself, mainly to find out what the general public out there is saying about the piracy. The major challenge for retailers is trying to convince consumers to stop buying pirated movies which can retail for as little as $5. But there are ways to spot the imposter. Discs that are made available to the public like this, very poor-quality covers and often spelling mistakes. Tim Potter, Ten News. Tim Webster joins us again from Melbourne where he's soaking up the Grand Final atmosphere.

It's very butterflies in the stomach It's very butterflies in the stomach stuff.

Yes, Jess, and Swans will arrive in Melbourne later tonight.

But earlier, as the Swans wrapped up preparations,

the AFL issued an edict on rough house play in Grand Final. And the fans who picked up the hottest rugby league tickets in town. Woo hoo! They're brilliant.

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Franklins has price busted. 24 x 375ml Pepsi or Schweppes soft drink can cube varieties: Look for this and other price busters. Only at Franklins. As we reported earlier, the Swans are right now flying south to Melbourne. The team will settle in tonight ahead of tomorrow's Grand Final parade in the heart of Melbourne. They left on notice from the AFL that any violent play on Saturday won't be tolerated. Players on both sides have been warned they face more severe penalties than normal if found guilty. The team will be followed down by a horde of red and white fans over next two days and they can expect a huge slice of crowd support on Saturday.

And a rousing send off in Perth for the West Coast as they headed to melbourne. The Eagles are chasing their third Grand Final victory since joining the AFL competition in 1987. They last won the flag back in 1994. The Swans will, yet again, name an unchanged line-up for Saturdays AFL Grand Final against the West Coast Eagles. But their opposition have lost Michael Braun and Rowan Jones to injury. After making just one change to their line-up in the last seven weeks,

the Swans are set to name the same 22 once again. Paul Roos though with some sympathy for the Eagles who have lost both Jones and Braun. Even as opposition coach, you don't like to see guys missing who have given so much to their footy club in such a big game. The Swans coach believes his team's tough road through the finals will stand them in good stead. They're fully aware of the consequences of winning and losing. Nothing was more stark than Davo kicking a goal with two seconds to go. It could have been all over two weeks ago. If the Swans are looking for inspiration on Saturday, they need look no further than midfielder Brett Kirk who again showed his courage and determination in last week's win over the Saints. COMMENTATOR: He'll be back to the game

because he's made of the right stuff and knows what's at stake. I think that's why we are such a strong club at the moment.

Because we trust in each other and we demand every week of each other. And there's no way on the weekend, whatever happened to me that I was going to get back out there and help my mates out. Near to Kirk's heart on Saturday will be his family. His grandfather, Wally Morass, tossed the coin before the match against Brisbane and his father played football in Albury with only one hand after losing it in a farming accident as a child. There's no doubt that I wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for my family. And I think my father especially, the way he dealt with adversity when he was growing up,

it's definitely rubbed off on me. Neil Cordy, Ten News. And, of course, the Grand Final can only be seen here on Network Ten live all day Saturday with the opening bounce at 2:30. going into the Grand Final qualifier against the West Tigers. Boom fullback Clint Greenshields has signed on for one more year. And ahead of Saturday night's match, there are some Tigers fans who can claim to be the luckiest supporters in

They're the hottest tickets in town. Woo, go the Tigers! Woo, they're brilliant! Lucky Wests Tigers fans finally getting their hands on tickets to Saturday night's sold-out grand final qualifier with St George Illawarra courtesy of a club ballot. Saturday night's going to go off. It's going to be excellent. In a finals surprise, one player has declared he welcomes his side being regarded as premiership favourites at a time other teams are side-stepping such status. No, I don't mind it. It was a tag that was pretty hard-earned and becoming minor premiers was something we worked so hard for during the season. If people talk us up this time of the season,

we've got a good side and a good chance. Widders and the Eels to do battle with North Queensland on Sunday. One member of the Widders family torn over allegiances. It's funny because my little son, the Cowboys are his favourite team. And Matt Bowen's his favourite player.

So I'm going to break my little fella's heart if we beat them on Sunday. The Cowboys still waiting on Josh Hannay's injured shoulder. If he's ruled out, winger Ty Williams will be shifted to the centres. With three Sydney clubs still alive, merchandise is disappearing from the shelves. Classic Sports in Surry Hills forced to find 40 extra staff to deal with the demand for jerseys. We've been taking people from youth hostels, anywhere. Family, friends, anyone we can get. Adam Hawse, Ten News. The President's Cup gets under way in the United States tonight with five Australians and Kiwi Michael Campbell

making up half the international team. They'll be battling the odds with the American team unbeaten on its home turf, but the Aussies are determined to play their part

to ensure a historic win.

I can promise you one thing - the Aussies are great competitors and they come in here with big hearts and they're trying their butt off. American David Toms will play the event after putting corrective heart surgery on hold. Mark Worthington played for Australia before ever stepping on an NBL court. Now he's proving a revelation in the Sydney Kings' quest for a fourth consecutive title. Last night, the rookie scored the cheekiest two points of the season against the Hunter Pirates. A reminder to the veterans, that if you take your eye off the ball, anything can happen. COMMENTATOR: Great play, Mark Worthington. Russell Hinder could only look on, his backside unwittingly providing the assist. The Kings piled on 72 first-half points on their way to a 33-point win. And later in 'Sports Tonight' with Leigh Diffey - Swans legend Barry Round talks about his club's chances this weekend while two national team captains talk about living with pressure.

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I've p been coming here for a few years and the I've p been coming here for a few years and the vibe I've p been coming here for a few years and the vibe here I've p been coming here for a few years and the vibe here is unbelievable. Vic Lorusso in the Mix 106 traffic helicopter. What's happening

around the airport? It's a slow run for around the airport? It's a slow run for traffic around the airport? It's a slow run for traffic trying around the airport? It's a slow run for traffic trying to around the airport? It's a slow run for traffic trying to get around the airport? It's a slow run for traffic trying to get out towards for traffic trying to get out towards Brighton

for traffic trying to get out towards Brighton Le for traffic trying to get out towards Brighton Le Sands. for traffic trying to get out towards Brighton Le Sands. Here's for traffic trying to get out towards Brighton Le Sands. Here's a shot of shot of the towards Brighton Le Sands. Here's a shot of the airport towards Brighton Le Sands. Here's a shot of the airport running towards Brighton Le Sands. Here's a shot of the airport running in towards shot of the airport running in towards the shot of the airport running in towards the airport shot of the airport running in

shot of the airport running in towards the airport tunnel. It

looks like it is going OK but once we

looks like it is going OK but once we move looks like it is going OK but once we move the looks like it is going OK but once we move the traffic looks like it is going OK but once we move the traffic camera looks like it is going OK but once we move the traffic camera back, slowing we move the traffic camera back, slowing down we move the traffic camera back, slowing down near we move the traffic camera back, slowing down near the we move the traffic camera back, slowing down near the East we move the traffic camera back, slowing down near the East Lakes and slowing down near the East Lakes and traffic slowing down near the East Lakes and traffic eastern slowing down near the East Lakes and traffic eastern the slowing down near the East Lakes and traffic eastern the Eastern Distributor.

Distributor. Thank and traffic eastern the Eastern Distributor. Thank you and traffic eastern the Eastern Distributor. Thank you Vic and traffic eastern the Eastern Distributor. Thank you Vic and and traffic eastern the Eastern Distributor. Thank you Vic and Tim Bailey is Bailey is drenched Distributor. Thank you Vic and Tim Bailey is drenched in Distributor. Thank you Vic and Tim Bailey is drenched in red Distributor. Thank you Vic and Tim Bailey is drenched in red and Distributor. Thank you Vic and Tim Bailey is drenched in red and white and Bailey is drenched in red and white and he's Bailey is drenched in red and white and he's back Bailey is drenched in red and white and he's back with Bailey is drenched in red and white and he's back with the Bailey is drenched in red and white and he's back with the weather Bailey is drenched in red and white and he's back with the weather next.

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Tim Bailey is certainly stirring them Tim Bailey is certainly stirring them up Tim Bailey is certainly stirring them up in Tim Bailey is certainly stirring them up in Melbourne.''s Tim Bailey is certainly stirring them up in Melbourne.''s found Tim Bailey is certainly stirring them up in Melbourne.''s found a lot them up in Melbourne.''s found a lot of them up in Melbourne.''s found a lot of Sydney them up in Melbourne.''s found a lot of Sydney Swans them up in Melbourne.''s found a lot of Sydney Swans supporters

there. lot of Sydney Swans supporters there. I'm lot of Sydney Swans supporters there. I'm please lot of Sydney Swans supporters there. I'm please today lot of Sydney Swans supporters there. I'm please today see lot of Sydney Swans supporters there. I'm please today see that the there. I'm please today see that the weather there. I'm please today see that the weather is there. I'm please today see that the weather is doing there. I'm please today see that the weather is doing the there. I'm please today see that the weather is doing the right thing the weather is doing the right thing and the weather is doing the right thing and allowing the weather is doing the right thing and allowing you the weather is doing the right thing and allowing you to

the weather is doing the right thing and allowing you to shake

down the thunder from the down the thunder from the sky. thing and allowing you to shake down the thunder from the sky. The

atmosphere as we do it live from

Federation Square, it's Federation Square, it's the atmosphere as we do it live from Federation Square, it's the AFL

live site in Melbourne. There's live site in Melbourne. There's a sea live site in Melbourne. There's a sea of live site in Melbourne. There's a sea of red live site in Melbourne. There's a sea of red and live site in Melbourne. There's a sea of red and white live site in Melbourne. There's a live site in Melbourne. There's a sea of red and white here. We haven't sea of red and white here. We haven't won sea of red and white here. We haven't won a

sea of red and white here. We haven't won a Premiership sea of red and white here. We haven't won a Premiership since

1933. This is our time. haven't won a Premiership since 1933. This is our time. This haven't won a Premiership since 1933. This is our time. This is haven't won a Premiership since 1933. This is our time. This is our song. 1933. This is our time. This is our

1933. This is our time. This is our song. 1, 2, 34.

# Cheer, cheer # Cheer, cheer the song. 1, 2, 34. # Cheer, cheer the red song. 1, 2, 34. # Cheer, cheer the red and song. 1, 2, 34. # Cheer, cheer the red and the white

# We like the game by day and by night # night # Lift night # Lift that night # Lift that banner night # Lift that banner high

# Shake down the thunder from the

sky # # Great sky # Great or sky # Great or small

# We'll go in and win overall

# While the loyal sons are marching # # While the loyal sons are marching # I'll # While the loyal sons are marching # I'll watch # While the loyal sons are marching

# While the loyal sons are marching # I'll watch the reds go in. You'd hardly know it # I'll watch the reds go in. You'd hardly know it was Melbourne. It feels hardly know it was Melbourne. It feels like hardly know it was Melbourne. It

hardly know it was Melbourne. It feels like Sydney. Red and white

absolutely everywhere. All eyes on

the meedge mean on Saturday. The

forecasts likes like a late shower

on Saturday but we'll be all over

the West Coast like a kid on a

smarty. As I get into the weather,

can we do the Sydney chant. Sydney,

Sydney. Weather wise, Sydney turned it on

Sydney. Weather wise, Sydney turned it on today. 25 through to 27

it on today. 25 through to 27 degree, not a bad spring time

offering. Tomorrow, spring does summer. offering. Tomorrow, spring does summer. 25 offering. Tomorrow, spring does summer. 25 through

offering. Tomorrow, spring does summer. 25 through to offering. Tomorrow, spring does offering. Tomorrow, spring does summer. 25 through to 29 degrees

and a glorious day. As you can see, good and a glorious day. As you can see, good weather and a glorious day. As you can see, good weather for and a glorious day. As you can see, good weather for the and a glorious day. As you can see, good weather for the Swans and a glorious day. As you can see, good weather for the Swans here and a glorious day. As you can see, good weather for the Swans here in Melbourne. good weather for the Swans here in Melbourne. Let's good weather for the Swans here in Melbourne. Let's get good weather for the Swans here in Melbourne. Let's get into good weather for the Swans here in Melbourne. Let's get into the backyard Melbourne. Let's get into the backyard at Melbourne. Let's get into the backyard at the Melbourne. Let's get into the backyard at the moment Melbourne. Let's get into the backyard at the moment and Melbourne. Let's get into the backyard at the moment and I Melbourne. Let's get into the backyard at the moment and I can tell backyard at the moment and I can

backyard at the moment and I can tell you, 21 at Gosford.

So the satellite, cloud crossing

south-east Australia with a weakening south-east Australia with a

south-east Australia with a weakening front bringing heavy

showers. Tomorrow's map, a broad

low will combine with

low will combine with tropical

low will combine with tropical moisture to bring rain and isolated

moisture to bring rain and isolated storms. A weak trough bringing bringing isolated isolated storms. A weak trough bringing isolated storms isolated storms. A weak trough bringing isolated storms in eastern bringing isolated storms in eastern Victoria bringing isolated storms in

bringing isolated storms in eastern Victoria and south-east NSW.

The business of the The business of the brolly, predicted The business of the brolly, predicted precipitation, The business of the brolly, predicted precipitation, possible shower

predicted precipitation, possible

predicted precipitation, possible shower or storms in south-east NSW. By shower or storms in south-east NSW. By Saturday, shower or storms in south-east NSW. By Saturday, a shower or storms in south-east NSW. By Saturday, a jet shower or storms in south-east NSW. By Saturday, a jet stream shower or storms in south-east NSW. By Saturday, a jet stream cloud

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