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(generated from captions) return to their loved ones. Newcastle's bomb victims Australia fights moves

to get out of jail early. for JI's alleged spiritual leader

Ronnie Barker. And the death of comic legend

So it's goodnight from me... ..and it's goodnight from him. (Both) Goodnight!

Good evening. Also tonight - badly mauled by his own dogs. the Hunter Valley man

to make housework homework. And the push just touched down near Newcastle, Nine Bali bombing survivors have

after their horrendous ordeal. flown home on an Air Force Hercules medical treatment They'll now continue

close to their loved ones.

Darwin Hospital Emerging from the Royal

their arrival early Monday morning, for the first time since

nine victims of the Bali bombing and all on their way home. all from Newcastle

Doctors declaring them fit to travel. and blood tests We've done last-minute chest X-rays

and all of those things are stable. two of those in an ambulance. Seven patients were stretchered out - expected to take six hours. The flight on a C130 Hercules

at sea level to avoid ear problems. It has to fly low with cabin pressure

and nurses called on A team of doctors, specialists to accompany the injured. personnel for each patient There'll be at least one medical on the plane, so we're well covered. 21-year-old Aleta Lederwasch, For one victim, simply drawing is helping her cope. were caught up in the explosions She and her mother, Julia,

at Jimbaran Bay. and friends. They'd sat down to dinner with family

just before sunset We tried to get there

in the horizon. so the sun was just hanging That's when the first bomb went off. just been a gas explosion. A lot of people thought it might've

Tried to remain calm scared of it before, I just ran. but I think just 'cause I had been

quickly in my head what it might be I was just trying to process it

drop to the ground, I wasn't sure, and whether or not we should just

but she just took off and so my mothering instinct was just to take off after her. by ball bearings The pair were both hit

but managed to get to safety. When we were actually in hospital what could've happened to dad I just couldn't stop thinking about

um, just hoping he'd run as well. Luckily, her father escaped unharmed. On arrival in Newcastle, to the local John Hunter Hospital the patients will be transferred

ongoing treatment for several weeks. where most are likely to receive Gerda Jezuchowski, Ten News. In Darwin, from the Williamtown Airbase And Kevin Wilde joins us

have just touched down. where the injured Kevin, what happens from here?

Well, a fleet of seven ambulances

arrived a short time ago. They will

take the patients to John hunter arrived a short time ago. They will

Hospital in Newcastle. It is the

busiest emergency and trauma

department in the State. They will

receive the best possible care.

Once they arrive, their medical

condition will be re-assessed to

see if there's any changes on the

flight down. The flight has taken

an hour less than expected because

of northerly winds making it easier.

They have gone at a lower altitude of northerly winds making it easier. They have gone at a lower altitude to minimise They have gone at a lower altitude to

to minimise any complications for They have gone at a lower altitude to minimise any complications for any of to minimise any complications for any

any of these patients suffering to minimise any complications for

shrapnel wounds. There's another any of these patients suffering

three novkasreens in an shrapnel wounds. There's another

Singaporerupt and in Sydney's

Prince of Wales hospital. For those

Prince of Wales hospital. For those back here,

friends and back here, from tonight their friends back here, from tonight their Prince of Wales hospital. For those

friends and family will be able back here, from tonight their friends and family will be back here, from tonight their friends and family will back here, from tonight their friends and family back here, from tonight their

friends and family will be able to back here, from tonight their

help them in the recovery process

treatment and of course their medical

treatment is just one side and of course their medical treatment is just one and of course their medical treatment is just and of course their medical treatment is and of course their medical

treatment is just one side of it. and of course their medical and of course their medical

trauma They have to also get over the treatment is just one side of it.

trauma they They have to also get over the

trauma they have experienced. Great They have to also get over the trauma they have experienced. They have to also get over the trauma they have They have to also get over the

trauma they have experienced. Great news

news they're home early and will be trauma they have experienced. Great surrounded by family earlier. surrounded by family and friends news they're home early and will be surrounded by family and

earlier. Back to surrounded by family and friends earlier. Back

surrounded by family and friends earlier. Back to you, surrounded by family and friends

earlier. Back to you, Jess cu. surrounded by family and friends

Thanks, Kevin. over the 2002 Bali blasts, Amrozi, The first man charged and convicted over the latest bombings. has been questioned

Although fearful of more attacks are doing their best the Balinese people to get on with life. from adhering to Hindu tradition. No terrorist will stop the Balinese

the triumph of good over evil The festival of Galungang celebrates their God of the Earth. and gives thanks to BELL RINGS young and old pray for the future. At the ceremonies,

were living from tourists, right. Mostly people in Bali is not good, If the...the...the security

so we will pray for that. it will be very bad for us, investigators stayed away At the bomb sites for the public holiday, out of respect but police maintained a presence. after the bombs exploded, In the hours Bali police questioned Amrozi in his cell. He's the smiling assassin sentenced to death for his role in the Bali bombings three years ago. It's unclear if Amrozi was able to shed any light on the latest attacks, or if his co-conspirators will also be interrogated. Bali police have revealed, however, the number of witnesses helping with the investigation. (Speaks Indonesian) TRANSLATION: The number is 39 witnesses. That is expected to sharpen the police investigation in this case. 14 Indonesians remain in hospital and vital to their treatment is help from Australia.

Special medical treatment is on its way to detect small pieces of shrapnel still in the injured. Australian Federal Police officers are today concentrating on identifying the dead, a long and difficult process but crucial before the bodies can be released. This process has to be right. It's not a guessing process, it's a scientific process and with most scientific processes, it does take days and weeks to get the results and to get it right. If the determination is that we do need further assistance, I'm sure that we could make the request to Canberra and the people would be sent up very quickly and th However, they acknowledge forensic facilities in Bali have improved greatly since 2002. In Bali, Nichole Strahan, Ten News. And Nicole Strahan joins us from Kuta. Nicole, the official Australian death toll still stands at two. When can we expect final identification of the others presumed dead?

The other two presumed dead are the

The other two presumed dead are the Zwolinski family, there's a couple

of frue castle and we're expecting

today some medical records frail

arrive in Denpasar to help police

formally identify the couple,

that's DNA, fingerprints and dental

that's DNA, fingerprints and dental records. Theyual be compared to the

post mortem records to make the

process complete. Until that

happens, no Australian bodies will

be released from Bali and returned

to Australia. It is expected perhaps to Australia. It is expected perhaps by to Australia. It is expected

to Australia. It is expected perhaps by the end of the week we

will expect to see some Australians,

unfofrp thetly dead, return to

Australia. More federal police

Australia. More federal police officers are on the way? That's correct. officers are on the way? That's correct. They

officers are on the way? That's correct. They will officers are on the way? That's officers are on the way? That's correct. They will arrive tomorrow,

increasing the numbers from 37 to

45. On their way are forensic

45. On their way are forensic analysis experts who have experience analysis experts who have

analysis experts who have experience from the 2002 bombings

here in Bali and experience from the 2002 bombings

experience from the 2002 bombings here in Bali and also the

Australian Embassy bombing in

Australian Embassy bombing in Jakarta. Following on from that, we understand Jakarta. Following on from that, we understand two Jakarta. Following on from that, we understand two people Jakarta. Following on from that, we

Jakarta. Following on from that, we understand two people Bali police

were questioning have been released and were questioning have been released and there were questioning have been released and there have were questioning have been released and there have been were questioning have been released and there have been no were questioning have been released and there have been no arrested. Thanks, and there have been no arrested.

and there have been no arrested. Thanks, Nicole Strahan in Bali. Foreign Minister Alexander Downer will travel to Jakarta next week for talks on terror, but adding insult to injury news tonight that Jemaah Islamiyah's alleged spiritual leader could be released even earlier than expected. Abu Bakar Bashir sentenced in March to 2.5 years jail for masterminding the Bali bombings in 2002. He could be out in six months. That would send precisely the wrong message to anyone concerned about terrorism in Australia and in Indonesia. The Muslim cleric has been listed to receive a remission next month reducing his sentence by 30 days. Added to the 4.5 month reprieve, granted in August, Bashir could walk free in April next year. We continue to make representations in the strongest possible terms to Indonesia that remissions should not apply to anyone convicted of a terrorist offence. The Government is hopeful of swaying Jakarta on the issue. During a meeting with PM John Howard just last month, President Bambang Yudhoyono indicated he would review the system which automatically cuts prison terms on certain holidays.

But Indonesian Islamic expert Dr Greg Fealy is not so sure. It has been very difficult for the Indonesians to find clear evidence of him being a terrorist, of him having directly sanctioned terrorist acts. Foreign Minister Alexander Downer will again raise concerns with the Indonesian Government during a visit to Jakarta next week. He'll thank them for their response to the latest attacks and again push for terror group Jemaah Islamiah to be outlawed. I am in favour of banning Jemaah Islamiah but I am not in favour of misleading the public and pretending if the Indonesian Government did that, that would fix the problem. Adding to the tension a suspicious package sent to the Australian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur. It's being analysed by authorities. Leonie Mellor, Ten News. A western Sydney man faced court today accused of murdering his brother -n-law. He allegedly pumped five bullets into the victim then surrendered to police. Cuffed and under close guard John Antarky makes the long walk from court. Police claim he handed in a gun at his local station yesterday as distraught relatives of the 50-year-old victim wrestled with police.

You're talking about my (bleep) family. Then more trouble. (Screams) ..go see my Mum... I think people have to take it easy and wait until the truth comes out in court. The court heard that the 50-year-old suspect, father-of-two John Antarky, has an unblemished reputation. But police opposed bail, claiming he'd be a threat to witnesses, Antarky's barrister maintaining the police case was not strong. And even though he offered $100,000 surety the magistrate ruled out bail. Security was tight with seven police and sheriff's officers

brought in to guard the courtroom. However, the relatives of the victim who were so upset in the hours after the shooting chose to stay away. And the accused, John Antarky, wasn't a problem either, nodding off several times resting his head on the side of the dock. Antarky's wife wiped away tears after hearing her husband would remain behind bars until he appears again next month. There's a number of issues in relation to the family

that will need to be addressed in time. It's a very tragic situation. Harry Potter, Ten News. Ryan Phelan has a look ahead to sport and it appears Melbourne fans are undecided about cricket's Super Sseries. Yes, Jess. For the opening game, at least, it appears fans are holding off. It may have been the world's best on show in this new series but so far there are plenty of empty seats at the Telstra Dome. A little later in sport - a promising start by our new opening pair. And they may have missed out on a street ticker tape parade but the Wests Tigers have been honoured by Australia Post. Like the Swans, their title heroics are now on commemorative stamps. And Bill, we'll also have the comments that have sparked a row between Ford and Holden teams at Bathurst. Still to come - the teenage car-surfing prank that turned to tragedy. Also tonight - an education expert's plan for students to replace homework - with housework. I think it'd be alright. I already do a bit of housework but homework does get a bit boring, and it's time consuming. And farewell to one half of a famous comedy double act.

So it's goodnight from me... ..and it's goodnight from him. (Both) Goodnight! Our salute to Ronnie Barker later this newshour. You'll find everything to tackle your project in the Bunnings Warehouse spring catalogue. a sharp $96. 100-litre poly tray wheelbarrow, just $49.94. If you happen to find a cheaper price on a stocked item, are just the beginning. in Australian motoring - winning 'Wheels' magazine Car of the Year. the possibilities are amazing. The NRMA has gone on the attack, targeting State and Federal politicians

over the state of our highways. It's launched a no-holds-barred campaign, aimed at securing a big increase in funding. Motoring groups have been calling for better roads for years. Trouble is, politicians haven't been listening. A decade ago, State and Federal Governments promised to upgrade the Pacific and Hume Highways to dual carriageways and improve safety on the Princess Highway. But 10 years on, the work is yet to be completed. If they did up those roads, we'd see a 40% reduction in the fatalities on those roads. So the motoring group is targeting politicians to make roads a priority. Called Fix Our Bloody Roads, the campaign focuses on 750 deaths on our highways over a 10-year period. A website will let motorists bombard politicians with email complaints. The NRMA says the Pacific Highway needs $8 billion worth of improvements to make it safe, the Princes Highway another $750 million. The Federal Government under fire

for slugging motorists $14 billion in petrol excise

but allocating only $2 billion for roads. So if they're not giving it back in reduced excise, Billboards carrying the "fix the roads" message will be erected along all three highways. The NRMA complaining State and Federal Ministers routinely shift the blame to each other. It's about money at the end of the day and I've asked the Federal Government to pay its fair share and the Auslink agreement has shortchanged NSW motorists by $298 million a year. The motoring group insists roads must be improved or more lives will be lost. John Hill, Ten News.

Police believe a teenage prank may have caused the death of a 16-year-old boy overnight. The youth died after being hit by a car at Rosebery. Police found the boy trapped under a VW Golf that had been driven by a 17-year-old. It's feared the victim may have been attempting to car surf at the time of the accident. The car is now undergoing forensic testing while a report is being prepared for the coroner. An elderly man has been stabbed during a brutal home invasion in Bellevue Hill. The 81-year-old and his 74-year-old wife were threatened by two armed men and forced to hand over jewellery. The robbers stabbed the man in the leg before fleeing. The attack followed a similar home invasion in Sans Souci where a man was hit over the head with a chair.

An education expert has confirmed what students have always thought - homework Is horrible. He says teenagers should do housework instead because it teaches them more about life. For years students have been telling anyone who'll listen that homework is boring. Now they've found an ally. A lot of kids say homework sucks. You agree with that? I agree with that, yeah. Ian Lillico was a high school principal but is now an education consultant. He says if students did housework and homework they'd be better prepared for the real world. So the work ethic that employers talk about - the kids have not got any work ethic. They got no idea about jobs, they haven't done any work - their parents do all the work for them. His theory has found support among parents and students. I think it'd be alright. I already do a bit of housework but homework does get a bit boring, and it's time consuming. But just busy work - stencils, homework sheets, things to keep people busy at home. It's really not productive use of young children's time. Another homework alternative is shopping. Ian Lillico says children should be taken to the grocery store at least once a fortnight to learn first-hand the value of money. He also says most high school classrooms need a drastic overhaul, listing: as major impediments. It's almost like putting them into a jail cell and saying, "Now, write well and do well and engage," and of course, because they're adolescents, they want to move around, they think this is just horrible. Well, I think Ian Lillico's probably visited different schools to what I have.

He must have visited this one. Oh, the carpet's ugly - we have green carpet. We've got nail polish in ours. I don't know if ours is really going to be classed as carpet - it's really disgusting. Dan Nolan, Ten News.

Now to a man who has never done

homework or housework homework or housework in Now to a man who has never done homework or housework in his Now to a man who has never done homework or housework in his life, Tim homework or housework in his life, Tim Bailey. homework or housework in his life, Tim Bailey. That

homework or housework in his life, Tim Bailey. That was homework or housework in his life, Tim Bailey. That was a homework or housework in his life, Tim Bailey. That was a lazy homework or housework in his life, Tim Bailey. That was a lazy hazy

one, Woodsy. That will be enough for one, Woodsy. That will be enough for you. one, Woodsy. That will be enough for you. Pay one, Woodsy. That will be enough one, Woodsy. That will be enough for you. Pay attention. 30

one, Woodsy. That will be enough for you. Pay attention. 30 degrees

in the greater west. The city

didn't get to the 30 didn't get to the 30 degrees in the greater west. The city didn't get to the 30 degrees I thought didn't get to the 30 degrees I thought it didn't get to the 30 degrees I thought it would didn't get to the 30 degrees I thought it would today didn't get to the 30 degrees I

didn't get to the 30 degrees I thought it would today because of a

roaring north-easterly that's gone

roaring north-easterly that's gone through blowing at 22km/h. It will

drop out of the west through blowing at 22km/h. It will drop out of the west tomorrow to

around 25 or 26 degrees and you'll

around 25 or 26 degrees and you'll appreciate that. Right, let's look at appreciate that. Right, let's look

appreciate that. Right, let's look at Skywatch and quickly all day

today, we had the high cloud

drifting up across the place and it is drifting up across the place and it is very

drifting up across the place and it

drifting up across the place and it is very grey on it right now. Tomorrow is very grey on it right now.

is very grey on it right now. Tomorrow across Sydney will be 24

to 26 degrees. See you in around about 10. Next - the faulty $50 cufflinks that left a law student with thousands of dollars in legal bills. and more hurricane horror. A deadly storm in Mexico claims dozens of lives. Escape petrol prices with Action's Xpresso service, running directly between Belconnen and Tuggeranong, Russell or Barton. and from selected suburbs to the city, Russell or Barton. To find out more, call:

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this on the Eastern Distributor? Yes, this truck on the Eastern Distributor? Yes, this truck is on the Eastern Distributor? Yes, this truck is whiching

on the Eastern Distributor? Yes, this truck is whiching out on the Eastern Distributor? Yes, this truck is whiching out of on the Eastern Distributor? Yes, this truck is whiching out of the Domain this truck is whiching out of the Domain Tunnel

this truck is whiching out of the Domain Tunnel towards this truck is whiching out of the Domain Tunnel towards the this truck is whiching out of the Domain Tunnel towards the Harbour Bridge. Domain Tunnel towards the Harbour Bridge. It Domain Tunnel towards the Harbour Bridge. It is Domain Tunnel towards the Harbour Bridge. It is in Domain Tunnel towards the Harbour Bridge. It is in the Domain Tunnel towards the Harbour Bridge. It is in the left-hand Domain Tunnel towards the Harbour Bridge. It is in the left-hand lain. It Bridge. It is in the left-hand lain. It looks Bridge. It is in the left-hand lain.

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crews are with the truck. As a result of the breakdown, crews are with the truck. As a result of the breakdown, you

crews are with the truck. As a result of the breakdown, you can

see how far the see how far the traffic result of the breakdown, you can see how far the traffic extends. We'll see how far the traffic extends. We'll show see how far the traffic extends. We'll show you see how far the traffic extends. We'll show you to see how far the traffic extends. We'll show you to the see how far the traffic extends. We'll show you to the start see how far the traffic extends. We'll show you to the start of see how far the traffic extends. We'll show you to the start of the

tunnel tunnel and We'll show you to the start of the tunnel and the We'll show you to the start of the tunnel and the delays We'll show you to the start of the tunnel and the delays go We'll show you to the start of the tunnel and the delays go back towards tunnel and the delays go back towards Sydney tunnel and the delays go back towards Sydney airport. tunnel and the delays go back towards Sydney airport. We

tunnel and the delays go back towards Sydney airport. We will check towards Sydney airport. We will check it towards Sydney airport. We will check it out towards Sydney airport. We will check it out again towards Sydney airport. We will check it out again at towards Sydney airport. We will check it out again at 10 towards Sydney airport. We will check it out again at 10 to towards Sydney airport. We will check it out again at 10 to 6 towards Sydney airport. We will check it out again at 10 to 6 with

Jess. check it out again at 10 to 6 with Jess. Thanks, check it out again at 10 to 6 with Jess. Thanks, vic.

A Sydney law student is over $3,000 out of pocket tonight after trying to sue Australia's highest court. Clayton Croaker's troubles began when he bought a $50 pair of cufflinks from the High Court's merchandise brochure. He says they quickly tarnished so he asked for $1,000 in damages to cover a repair bill and his inconvenience. The Supreme Court hearing his case disagreed, leaving him with an even bigger legal bill. I don't think it's only $50, I just think it was the principle that if you are a consumer you should be rewarded

or compensated for damages. Mr Croaker says he may yet take his case to the High Court. Tragic numbers of abandoned pets are ending up on death row across Sydney. Some of the city's pounds are having to put down four out of every five animals that come into their care. They may be adorable but the truth of the matter is these puppies are now on death row. Once they're locked inside these cages very few get out. Every day, councils say, they are forced to destroy cats and dogs. that arrive at a pound In some cases 8 out of every 10 that arrive at a pound are put to death. Authorities insist it's a necessary evil caused by irresponsible owners. It's tragic. It puts no price on the animal and it's very sad to see the figures that have come out on the level of euthanasia. In Canterbury almost 80% of unwanted pets are euthanased, just 10 out of 327 cats finding a new home, while Campbelltown, Rockdale and Blacktown Councils put down up to half of theirs. Animal activists say governments should subsidise micro-chipping and de-sexing programs to help deal with the stray problem. Admittedly, some councils are going the other way, passing no kill policies, meaning they'll only put down animals too sick or too aggressive to be found a new home. Others, though, simply refuse to reveal just how many are put down, but they won't be able to hide for much longer. Planned changes to the Animals Act will shame council pounds into cutting their kill rates. Frank Coletta, Ten News. The State Government is under pressure to back an Aboriginal redevelopment plan for Redfern. The Opposition Leader visited the notorious Block to support the so-called Pemulwuy project, which will guarantee a large Aboriginal presence on the site. Negotiations between the Government and the Aboriginal Housing Company have broken down after Planning Minister Frank Sartor made a racial slur. The Opposition accuses the Government of a hidden agenda. The real concern we have is that it appears the Labor Government is far more interested in redeveloping the air space over the railway lines. Frank Sartor is in for a big fight. We're going to fight tooth and nail to keep this land,

and the fight goes on. The Aboriginal Housing Company has repeated its calls for Frank Sartor to stand down. Another deadly hurricane, this time in Mexico. Raging floodwaters and mudslides from the storm have killed 59 people. What Hurricane Stan didn't destroy the floodwaters did. Rivers turned to raging torrents in southern Mexico and across Central America, washing away homes and people. The storm yet again forcing offshore oil workers to evacuate in what is now one of the worst hurricane seasons on record. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans has been dealt another blow, the cash-strapped Mayor forced to sack 3,000 city employees - half his workforce. We are just not able to put together the financing necessary to continue to maintain our City Hall staffing. Business owners are trying to rebuild the economy but they face a new problem - mounting rubbish. It's estimated 22 million tonnes of garbage is waiting to be removed - that's equivalent to 200 football fields, each piled 15 metres high. Today former president Bill Clinton was welcomed back to the disaster zone as a hero. CROWD APPLAUDS He's promising those still stuck in shelters that the $100 million he and former president George Bush Snr have raised will improve their poor quality of life. What we've tried to do is to set up a system that will help people solve problems in the short run that the Government won't fund. Problems, it seems, like a shortage of clean clothes, medical care and a home. In United States, Leisa Goddard-Roles, Ten News. Still to come - we'll have the latest on the arrival of the Bali bombing victims in Newcastle. Also tonight - the death of Ronnie Barker. His comedic 'other half' remembers his larger-than-life partner. He was just, I mean, an absolute gem. And the all male dance troupe putting the fun back into ballet. SONG: # Fit and strong... # MAN: It seems just yesterday. This building stands as a powerful reminder of just how far Canberra and the region has come since our predecessors first switched on our city some 90 years ago, in 1915. This solid stone powerhouse also symbolises ActewAGL's strength of purpose in serving the community right from day one. Every essential service in Canberra is provided by ActewAGL - electricity, water and natural gas. All delivered by local people - Our commitment to supporting the community gets stronger every day. We're setting the benchmark in customer service. We're always looking at ways to improve our products.

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around Temperatures will drop tomorrow to around 27 Temperatures will drop tomorrow to around 27 degrees. Temperatures will drop tomorrow to around 27 degrees. The Temperatures will drop tomorrow to around 27 degrees. The coast Temperatures will drop tomorrow to around 27 degrees. The coast was

tempered around 27 degrees. The coast was tempered by around 27 degrees. The coast was tempered by a around 27 degrees. The coast was

around 27 degrees. The coast was tempered by a breeze. We got to 25

and tempered by a breeze. We got to 25 and it tempered by a breeze. We got to 25 and it will tempered by a breeze. We got to 25 and it will be tempered by a breeze. We got to 25 and it will be 24 tempered by a breeze. We got to 25 and it will be 24 tomorrow. tempered by a breeze. We got to 25 and it will be 24 tomorrow. Let's look and it will be 24 tomorrow. Let's look at and it will be 24 tomorrow. Let's look at the and it will be 24 tomorrow. Let's look at the map and it will be 24 tomorrow. Let's look at the map of and it will be 24 tomorrow. Let's look at the map of NSW:

Tomorrow 24 to 26. See you at 5:55. The top stories we're following this news hour - a western Sydney man has faced court accused of murdering his brother-in-law. He allegedly pumped five bullets into the victim. One of the State's longest-serving female prisoners, Roseanne Catt, won't face a retrial over an alleged plot to kill her ex-husband. The DPP saying it won't pursue five charges against her. And the first man charged and convicted over the 2002 Bali blasts, Amrozi, has been questioned over the latest bombings. As police continue their investigation into the attacks the Balinese people are trying to get on with life. Kevin Wilde joins us again from the Williamtown base near Newcastle where victims of the bombings recently touched down. Kevin, didi the flight go smoothly?

Well, Jessica, every indedication is Well, Jessica, every indedication is that Well, Jessica, every indedication is that it

Well, Jessica, every indedication is that it has Well, Jessica, every indedication is that it has so Well, Jessica, every indedication is that it has so far Well, Jessica, every indedication is that it has so far and

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than the initial estimate from the

air force. So far only two of air force. So far only two of the

patients have been taken off the

plane. A lot of care and taeng for

these two patients, the most critically

these two patients, the most critically injured with shrapnel

wounds. It will be a while before the wounds. It will be a while before the seven wounds. It will be a while before the seven ambulances wounds. It will be a while before the seven ambulances take wounds. It will be a while before the seven ambulances take the wounds. It will be a while before the seven ambulances take the nine

patients to Newcastle. They will

have a police escort and get there as as quickly have a police escort and get there as quickly and have a police escort and get there as quickly and safely have a police escort and get there as quickly and safely as have a police escort and get there as quickly and safely as possible but as quickly and safely as possible but every as quickly and safely as possible but every care as quickly and safely as possible but every care has as quickly and safely as possible but every care has been as quickly and safely as possible but every care has been taken as quickly and safely as possible but every care has been taken to make but every care has been taken to make sure but every care has been taken to make sure the but every care has been taken to make sure the patients but every care has been taken to make sure the patients won't

but every care has been taken to make sure the patients won't be rushed in and rushed in and their

make sure the patients won't be rushed in and their long-term care, a rushed in and their long-term care,

rushed in and their long-term care, a plan will be organised early this evening. a plan will be organised early this evening. We a plan will be organised early this evening. We will a plan will be organised early this evening. We will of a plan will be organised early this evening. We will of course a plan will be organised early this evening. We will of course have a plan will be organised early this evening. We will of course have all the evening. We will of course have all the details

evening. We will of course have all the details on evening. We will of course have all the details on the evening. We will of course have all

evening. We will of course have all the details on the late news. Thanks, Kevin. To finance - and the market took a battering today.

Craig James at Commsec, we saw red

right across the share market, what happened? It happened? It started right across the share market, what

right across the share market, what happened? It started with the share

market down 1% and our share market

recording the largest one-day

points fall since September 11. The

companies that fell most today rose most companies that fell most today rose most in companies that fell most today rose most in the companies that fell most today rose

companies that fell most today rose most in the last couple of months

but most in the last couple of months but the most in the last couple of months

most in the last couple of months but the good news for longer term investors but the good news for longer term investors is but the good news for longer term

but the good news for longer term investors is the Australian economy

is in good shape and the share

market is in market is in fundamentally is in good shape and the share market is in fundamentally good

market is in fundamentally good shape also. Interest rates staying

put? Yes, for the 7th consecutive

month. It

put? Yes, for the 7th consecutive month. It is the most stable period

for interest rates we've seen since the for interest rates we've seen since the 1970s. They for interest rates we've seen since the 1970s. They look for interest rates we've seen since the 1970s. They look as for interest rates we've seen since the 1970s. They look as though

they'll stay put for the rest of

the year. Building approvals are at

the year. Building approvals are at the lowest level in four years but car the lowest level in four years but

the lowest level in four years but car sales at record highs. A Hunter Valley man is lucky to be alive after being mauled by his three bulldogs, the pets pulling him to the ground and ripping off his ears. they will never forget the sickening screams as the man was attacked. The dogs have been destroyed. I saw a man lying on the ground being eaten alive by three dogs. The sad passing of a television comedy legend. Ronnie Barker, the larger half of 'The 'Two Ronnies', has died. He was 76. Think British television comedy, think Ronnie Barker. Good evening. I'm from the Ministry of Sex Equality. When two pairs of spectacles and two comedians with the same name appeared on the box you just knew you were in for a good time. Music, and a team of researchers in Salzburg have uncovered an early Mozart score. She was only 16 and lived over the bakery opposite. Ronald Barker was born in 1929 and had lofty ambitions - to become a bank manager. But something drew him to the theatre then radio and eventually TV. Hello. He first teamed up with Ronnie Corbett in 'The Frost Report' but it was as 'The Two Ronnies' that they would make television history, starting in 1971. I can read women like a book. What system do you use? Braille. At its peak, they had 17 million viewers tuning in across Britain. As a performer and as a writer and as a person, really, he was just, I mean, an absolute gem. 75% of the show was written by Barker but for years he sent his scripts in under the alias Gerald Wiley so they'd be selected on their quality

and not because he was one of the show's stars. For a time Barker went inside, starring as Fletcher in the prison comedy 'Porridge'. I've got something very serious to say. I don't know quite how to put this, gentlemen, but there is a thief among us. He considered it his best work but many fans also loved him as Arkwright, the stuttering, sex-crazed, shopkeeper in 'Open All Hours'. Avagar is prounounced Ava Gardener. We used to say if you're going to 'ave a gardener she's the one to have, all right. He officially retired after that to open an antique shop but was lured back for a number of reunions with Corbett, the last earlier this year. What wonderful luck to be flanked on either side by my two best friends. Sad but true - we'll never hear this famous farewell again. So it's goodnight from me... ..and it's goodnight from him. (Both) Goodnight! Angela Bishop, Ten News. Sport with Ryan Phelan is next and a war of words on the mountain at Bathurst. Yes, Jess, and no surprises who it is

as two of V8 racing's fiercest rivals go at it again. Plus - all the highlights as the Aussies try to raise the roof against the World. COMMENTATOR: And that's the best of Ponting, too. Also - there's a good reason why our best swimmers are practising in the snow. Small pieces of information from members of the public can help keep Australia safe from terrorism. Police and security agencies are working hard, but you could help them complete the picture. If you see anything suspicious, call the 24-hour National Security Hotline and help protect Australia from terrorism. Call 1800 123 400. Trained operators and you can remain anonymous. for a new dimension in flavour? Domino's Meatmaster features big, juicy meatballs, peperoni and beef. ALL: Ahhhh! Supreme Chicken rates five stars, with delicious chicken, peperoni, mushroom and pineapple. Mega Supreme has a massive flavour rating, with bigger bacon, bigger meatballs and Mediterranean-style olives. Try Domino's new dimension of flavour now. Say goodbye to grey roots in between colourings with new Root Touch-Up from Nice 'n Easy. Brush on the colour-matching formula and 10 minutes later greys are gone and you're looking naturally gorgeous again. This program is captioned live. Australia is finding the going tough against the world's best in the first game of the Super Series in Melbourne. Simon Katich and Adam Gilchrist got the Aussies away to a blazing start but there's been no respite against one of the best attacks ever assembled. New caps for a side taking on the World. Simon Katich first to try Matthew Hayden's place at the top of the order, but it was one half of the old firm re-capturing his best. COMMENTATOR: Crash! A magnificent cover drive. Adam Gilchrist showing he's not done with yet. Oh, what a shot, what a ripper! Fiery opening spells from Pollock and Akhtar, followed by Gilchrist's Ashes nightmare, Andrew Flintoff. A no-ball wiping the smile off Freddie's face - a life for Katich in an explosive 80-run opening stand, broken by Jaques Kallis. Got him! Not such a great start now. But losing Gilchrist for 45 didn't slow the run rate. That's brilliant. The Aussies well aware these opponents needed something to chase. And that's the best of Ponting, too. But after passing 100 in the 17th over the good start began unravelling. Oh, it's a good catch if he takes it. He does! Beautifully taken. The steady fall of wickets stopping the onslaught. Damien Martyn's first innings since his Test axing ending with a duck. Muttiah Muralitharan spinning Australia's innings out of control. Two of the world's best slow bowlers clearly enjoying the drop-in pitch. The Australians in trouble. Clarke gone for 6. A new look but the same old problems for the Aussies.

The rescue mission again resting with the middle order. Tania Armstrong, Ten News. The Kangaroos have declared they're looking for a clean sweep of the upcoming Tri-Nations tournament against New Zealand and Great Britain. when Australia play the Kiwis at Telstra Stadium, but the Kangaroos may be without their skipper, Darren Lockyer. They were made to fight all the way before prevailing in last year's Tri-Nations, but that hasn't stopped the Kangaroos from thinking they can win all five Tests in the upcoming series. For sure, that's probably our goal. We haven't sat down and had a chat about it yet but that would probably be our goal, yeah. It's definitely within our grasp. I think this team, on paper, is a very strong squad. Lockyer, though, is no guaranteed starter for the opening Test on Saturday week. Along with centre Matt Cooper he was restricted to light duties today because of a hamstring injury. Coach Wayne Bennett defending the decision to rule Nathan Hindmarsh unfit to tour after criticism from Parramatta. The doctor felt he was certainly very susceptible to doing some more damage to that leg.

It wasn't healed properly and then we'd be getting blamed for being incompetent, so it's pretty hard to win. Hindmarsh's replacement, Ben Creagh, welcomed into camp. Still bearing the scars of a rowdy Mad Monday with Dragons team-mates, Creagh was forced into a late change of plans by his Kangaroo call-up. I was going to Cairns next week with the boys for the trip away but I think I'd rather take this trip than the Cairns one. While Lockyer will captain the Kangaroos Bennett knows who's going to be calling the shots on Saturday week. Joey will be the captain, anyway. He'll be running the show. He doesn't need C beside his name. Johns joins the team on Sunday along with Grand Final stars Scott Prince and Luke O'Donnell. Meanwhile, premiers Wests Tigers have been snubbed in the first betting market for 2006. They're listed at fifth with St George Illawarra the favourites. Adam Hawse, Ten News. Sydney appears to have given up hope

The Storm have announced they are signing signing Chris The Storm have announced they are signing Chris Walker. The Storm have announced they are signing Chris Walker. I The Storm have announced they are signing Chris Walker. I feel The Storm have announced they are signing Chris Walker. I feel I The Storm have announced they are signing Chris Walker. I feel I need to signing Chris Walker. I feel I need to improve signing Chris Walker. I feel I need to improve a signing Chris Walker. I feel I need to improve a lot signing Chris Walker. I feel I need to improve a lot of signing Chris Walker. I feel I need to improve a lot of areas signing Chris Walker. I feel I need to improve a lot of areas in signing Chris Walker. I feel I need to improve a lot of areas in my game to improve a lot of areas in my game and to improve a lot of areas in my game and feel to improve a lot of areas in my game and feel I

to improve a lot of areas in my game and feel I have to improve a lot of areas in my game and feel I have got to improve a lot of areas in my game and feel I have got the potential

game and feel I have got the potential to game and feel I have got the potential to do game and feel I have got the potential to do it. game and feel I have got the potential to do it. Hopefully game and feel I have got the potential to do it. Hopefully I game and feel I have got the potential to do it. Hopefully I can learn potential to do it. Hopefully I can learn a potential to do it. Hopefully I can learn a lot potential to do it. Hopefully I can learn a lot off potential to do it. Hopefully I can learn a lot off the potential to do it. Hopefully I can

potential to do it. Hopefully I can learn a lot off the coaching staff

here and of course the other players. here and of course the other players. Hopefully here and of course the other players. Hopefully my here and of course the other players. Hopefully my football here and of course the other players. Hopefully my football will improve improve from players. Hopefully my football will improve from there. players. Hopefully my football will improve from there. The players. Hopefully my football will improve from there. The Storm players. Hopefully my football will improve from there. The Storm begin training improve from there. The Storm begin training on improve from there. The Storm begin training on November

improve from there. The Storm begin training on November 7. Sydney appears to have given up hope of signing Hawthorn ruckman Peter Everitt with the Swans completing a trade for Geelong bigman Paul Chambers. Following the retirement of Jason Ball

the AFL premiers were desperate to secure another ruckman and offered Everitt a lucrative 3-year contract. But with Hawthorn refusing to trade the 31-year-old the Swans agreed to trade pick 35 in the AFL draft to Geelong in exchange for Chambers, who has played 32 games for the Cats in four seasons. The mind games have already started at Bathurst ahead of this weekend's Super Cheap Auto 1000, the Caltex Racing Team angered by Mark Skaife's claim that Russell Ingall can't win with a part-time co-driver. Luke Youlden is no household name but he's got the backing of team-mate and 2-time Bathurst winner Russell Ingall. The Ford ace attacked Mark Skaife for his criticism of Youlden, a part-time V8 driver. I just haven't heard anything so ridiculous in my life, to be quite honest. Like, I was a rookie when I first won here in '95. I mean, there are plenty people that have won this race without having regular co-drivers, and this year is going to be no exception because we are going to win it. Doing laps, say, around any other track doesn't really equate to laps around Bathurst, I suppose. You've just got to get in there and do it. You know, I was sort of doing laps during the season in a Porsche, as well, so I am not totally green. In five starts at the mountain 27-year-old Youlden has shown impressive speed, his best finish a third alongside Steve Ellery in 2003. Not everyone in pit lane shares Ingall's view on part-time drivers. 4-time Bathurst winner Mark Skaife is adamant an experienced full-time team-mate is a key ingredient to success here at Mount Panorama. If you are going to believe Russell Ingall about race strategy you are kidding yourself, aren't you. If Russ could have, and just ask him this question, if Russell could have a top-line driver in the car with him, would he be better off? Absolutely. I think he's kidding himself a bit, to be quite honest, I think a few other drivers have made less mistakes than him that haven't been in the category this year.

Ingall's second in the championship behind team-mate Marcos Ambrose. There'll be no team honours this Sunday. Trent Higgs, Ten News. Already on a high our world-beating women's swim team aim to stay there with a bit of altitude training, pushing fitness levels in the thinner air. Based at the AIS training facility at Thredbo

the golden girls, including Leisel Jones and Libby Lenton, have been exploring some new and very icy gliding techniques. We had a lot of fun up there - we were sliding down and throwing snowballs. It's good to get into a different environment and have a bit of fun. They'll be lining up at the FINA World Cup meet in Sydney next month against the likes of US Olympic champion Natalie Coughlin. And in Sports Tonight - more from Bathurst, plus we'll talk to Kostya Tszyu about his future in the ring, Jess.

Interesting. Thank you, Ryan. Back

now to Vic Lorusso in the Mix 106.5

traffic helicopter. Where are the delays tonight? It delays tonight? It will traffic helicopter. Where are the delays tonight? It will be traffic helicopter. Where are the delays tonight? It will be a traffic helicopter. Where are the delays tonight? It will be a slow run delays tonight? It will be a slow run through delays tonight? It will be a slow run through morlands delays tonight? It will be a slow run through morlands to delays tonight? It will be a slow run through morlands to the delays tonight? It will be a slow run through morlands to the M4. There's run through morlands to the M4. There's been

run through morlands to the M4. There's been a run through morlands to the M4. There's been a breakdown run through morlands to the M4. There's been a breakdown on run through morlands to the M4. There's been a breakdown on the Cumberland There's been a breakdown on the Cumberland Highway There's been a breakdown on the Cumberland Highway on There's been a breakdown on the Cumberland Highway on the There's been a breakdown on the Cumberland Highway on the M4. There's been a breakdown on the Cumberland Highway on the M4. This is is motorists Cumberland Highway on the M4. This is motorists struggling Cumberland Highway on the M4. This is motorists struggling to Cumberland Highway on the M4. This is motorists struggling to get Cumberland Highway on the M4. This is motorists struggling to get from Smithfield.

is motorists struggling to get from Smithfield. If is motorists struggling to get from Smithfield. If you is motorists struggling to get from Smithfield. If you know is motorists struggling to get from Smithfield. If you know of is motorists struggling to get from Smithfield. If you know of anyone heading Smithfield. If you know of anyone heading from Smithfield. If you know of anyone heading from the

Smithfield. If you know of anyone heading from the south-west,

Smithfield. If you know of anyone heading from the south-west, get them heading from the south-west, get them to heading from the south-west, get them to delay

heading from the south-west, get them to delay the heading from the south-west, get them to delay the trip heading from the south-west, get

heading from the south-west, get them to delay the trip on the Cumberland them to delay the trip on the Cumberland Highway. them to delay the trip on the Cumberland Highway. Thank, them to delay the trip on the Cumberland Highway. Thank, Vic. Tim Bailey's back with the latest weather details next.

Time for a look at the weather now.

Hot in the heartland, Hot in the heartland, cool Time for a look at the weather now. Hot in the heartland, cool on Time for a look at the weather now. Hot in the heartland, cool on the

Hot in the heartland, cool on the coast and Tim Bailey in the middle of coast and Tim Bailey in the middle of one

coast and Tim Bailey in the middle of one beautiful coast and Tim Bailey in the middle

coast and Tim Bailey in the middle of one beautiful sunset. Yes, the

sun has been making a habit of

setting in the west, I've noticed

in the last 13 years of doing in the last 13 years of doing the weather. in the last 13 years of doing the weather. Beautiful in the last 13 years of doing the weather. Beautiful sunset in the last 13 years of doing the weather. Beautiful sunset out in the last 13 years of doing the weather. Beautiful sunset out there.

They will be pleased to see it go,

the western the western suburbs.

They will be pleased to see it go, the western suburbs. It They will be pleased to see it go, the western suburbs. It got They will be pleased to see it go, the western suburbs. It got to They will be pleased to see it go, the western suburbs. It got to 33 degrees, hot

degrees, hot and the western suburbs. It got to 33 degrees, hot and sticky the western suburbs. It got to 33 degrees, hot and sticky out the western suburbs. It got to 33 degrees, hot and sticky out there today. degrees, hot and sticky out there today. Tomorrow degrees, hot and sticky out there today. Tomorrow a degrees, hot and sticky out there

degrees, hot and sticky out there today. Tomorrow a better one, folks, 27 today. Tomorrow a better one, folks, 27 degrees today. Tomorrow a better one, folks, 27 degrees and today. Tomorrow a better one, folks, 27 degrees and around today. Tomorrow a better one, folks, 27 degrees and around about today. Tomorrow a better one, folks, 27 degrees and around about 24 today. Tomorrow a better one, folks, 27 degrees and around about 24 on the

27 degrees and around about 24 on the coast. 27 degrees and around about 24 on the coast. We 27 degrees and around about 24 on the coast. We had 27 degrees and around about 24 on the coast. We had east 27 degrees and around about 24 on the coast. We had east north 27 degrees and around about 24 on the coast. We had east north east winds the coast. We had east north east winds tempering the coast. We had east north east winds tempering things the coast. We had east north east winds tempering things and the coast. We had east north east winds tempering things and got the coast. We had east north east winds tempering things and got to the coast. We had east north east winds tempering things and got to a

top winds tempering things and got to a top of winds tempering things and got to a top of 25 winds tempering things and got to a top of 25 degrees. winds tempering things and got to a top of 25 degrees. The winds tempering things and got to a top of 25 degrees. The good winds tempering things and got to a top of 25 degrees. The good news winds tempering things and got to a top of 25 degrees. The good news is

having top of 25 degrees. The good news is having a top of 25 degrees. The good news is having a look top of 25 degrees. The good news is having a look in top of 25 degrees. The good news is

top of 25 degrees. The good news is having a look in the next 48 to 72 hours, having a look in the next 48 to 72 hours, it having a look in the next 48 to 72 hours, it looks having a look in the next 48 to 72 hours, it looks like having a look in the next 48 to 72 hours, it looks like solid having a look in the next 48 to 72 hours, it looks like solid rainfall across hours, it looks like solid rainfall across Saturday hours, it looks like solid rainfall across Saturday for hours, it looks like solid rainfall across Saturday for the hours, it looks like solid rainfall across Saturday for the Sydney

basin across Saturday for the Sydney basin and across Saturday for the Sydney basin and boy, across Saturday for the Sydney basin and boy, do across Saturday for the Sydney basin and boy, do we across Saturday for the Sydney basin and boy, do we need across Saturday for the Sydney basin and boy, do we need that drink. basin and boy, do we need that drink. Alright, basin and boy, do we need that drink. Alright, into basin and boy, do we need that drink. Alright, into your basin and boy, do we need that drink. Alright, into your backyard as drink. Alright, into your backyard as we drink. Alright, into your backyard as we do drink. Alright, into your backyard as we do it drink. Alright, into your backyard as we do it live drink. Alright, into your backyard as we do it live from drink. Alright, into your backyard as we do it live from Seaforth drink. Alright, into your backyard as we do it live from Seaforth and if as we do it live from Seaforth and if you're as we do it live from Seaforth and

as we do it live from Seaforth and if you're wondering about Ron Wilson, Wilson, he's if you're wondering about Ron Wilson, he's back if you're wondering about Ron Wilson, he's back on if you're wondering about Ron Wilson, he's back on deck if you're wondering about Ron Wilson, he's back on deck tomorrow after after acute

Wilson, he's back on deck tomorrow after acute lamington-itis, Wilson, he's back on deck tomorrow after acute lamington-itis, I'm told.

To the satellite - cloud is crossing To the satellite - cloud is

To the satellite - cloud is crossing over south western WA and

unstable crossing over south western WA and unstable north-westerly crossing over south western WA and unstable north-westerly winds causing unstable north-westerly winds causing showers unstable north-westerly winds

causing showers to increase. unstable north-westerly winds causing showers to increase. Mostly sunny causing showers to increase. Mostly sunny across causing showers to increase. Mostly sunny across Northern causing showers to increase. Mostly sunny across Northern Territory, Queensland Queensland and sunny across Northern Territory, Queensland and NSW sunny across Northern Territory, Queensland and NSW under sunny across Northern Territory, Queensland and NSW under an sunny across Northern Territory, Queensland and NSW under an area sunny across Northern Territory, Queensland and NSW under an area of high high pressure. Queensland and NSW under an area of high pressure. Tomorrow Queensland and NSW under an area of high pressure. Tomorrow - Queensland and NSW under an area of high pressure. Tomorrow - strong

westerly winds westerly winds maintaining high pressure. Tomorrow - strong westerly winds maintaining showers across across Tasmania, westerly winds maintaining showers across Tasmania, southern westerly winds maintaining showers across Tasmania, southern Victoria and across Tasmania, southern Victoria and a across Tasmania, southern Victoria and a ridge across Tasmania, southern Victoria and a ridge of across Tasmania, southern Victoria and a ridge of high across Tasmania, southern Victoria and a ridge of high pressure

causing showers and storms and a ridge of high pressure causing showers and storms to and a ridge of high pressure causing showers and storms to ease in causing showers and storms to ease in WA.

causing showers and storms to ease in WA. A trough causing causing showers and storms to ease in WA. A trough causing patchy light rain

in WA. A trough causing patchy light rain in WA, Victoria,

southern NSW southern NSW and

light rain in WA, Victoria, southern NSW and hot, north-westerly southern NSW and hot,

southern NSW and hot, north-westerly winds in Queensland.

The business of the brolly,

predicted precipitation, drips and

drops across rooftops - the next 48

hours, what is falling from the

sky? Light, patchy rain across the

sky? Light, patchy rain across the southern half of NSW.

So tomorrow will be the

best-looking So tomorrow will be the best-looking day So tomorrow will be the best-looking day for So tomorrow will be the best-looking day for the

best-looking day for the next two So tomorrow will be the So tomorrow will be the

or three, I've got a feeling. 24 to

26 or traev degrees, mainly sunny. -- 27. Then the

-- 27. Then the cloud increases on 26 or traev degrees, mainly sunny.

Friday and the city gets some -- 27. Then the cloud increases on

much-needed rain on Saturday. I

know if always needs to be a

Saturday but we'll take every drop

we can get. Things should up on

Sunday. Let's go interstate: we can get. Things should up on

Late-breaking news - Woods out, Wilson in. That's Wilson in. That's tomorrow. We'll Late-breaking news - Woods out, Wilson in. That's tomorrow.

put the hard questions to Wilson in. That's tomorrow. We'll put the hard questions Wilson in. That's tomorrow. We'll put the hard Wilson in. That's tomorrow. We'll put the Wilson in. That's tomorrow. We'll put

put the hard questions to Ron. Why Wilson in. That's tomorrow. We'll put the hard questions to Ron. Wilson in. That's tomorrow. We'll

did he go missing for two

think did he go missing for two days? I put the hard questions to Ron. Why did he go missing for two days?

think it was something surgical did he go missing for two days? I think it was something did he go missing for two days? I think it was did he go missing for two days? I think it did he go missing for two days? I

that would think it was something surgical but that think it was something surgical but did he go missing for two days? I

think it was something surgical but that would be giving t