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Natarsha Belling updating Ten News. Good morning. of calmer conditions Firefighters are taking advantage in the Blue Mountains. to contain a major bushfire worked through the night Around 200 firefighters to extend containment lines. Australian music icon Glenn Wheatley with tax evasion. looks set to be charged may get a little cheaper today International travel on its first overseas flight. with Jetstar taking off Details 11:00am.

for firefighters and residents Yes, a sign of relief allowed fire crews The cooler conditions around the massive bushfire to establish new containment lines about 15,000 hectares. which has already burned out with fire authorities predicting But the risk is far from over

will return in the next few days. fire authorities are gearing up and also chat about how over the next few days. for the predicted weather conditions at Santa school. It's end of year exams Yes, just four weeks to go

it's time for the Santa stories. and that means very tough exams in Santa camp. have been put through some Dressed in traditional outfits, to walk the walk and talk the talk. they were taught how weren't available because the reindeer and sled of flying through the air. to give them the feel

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Making news this morning. the bushfire crisis west of Sydney. Cooler conditions ease Hundreds of firefighters weather conditions overnight taking advantage of the favourable

burning in the Blue Mountains. to get the upper hand on the blaze and Australian jobs will go Fears fares will rise in a $11 billion takeover bid. with Qantas under siege Glenn Wheatley And Australian music manager set to be charged with tax evasion.

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This program is captioned live. send Qantas shares soaring Takeover talks for jobs and fares? but what does it mean

welcome relief A cool change gives firefighters but the threat isn't over. lovers are in for a merry Christmas. And despite the drought - cherry Ten News with Natarsha Belling. this morning Calming words on the future of Qantas that wants to buy the airline with the consortium

majority Australian ownership. guaranteeing it will retain also determined The Federal Government's

remains an Aussie. to make sure the Flying Kangaroo

joins us from Canberra. Political reporter Greg Turnbull could cause some political fallout. Greg, this US-funded swoop on Qantas