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$WHITE Tonight, terror in Jakarta -

foreigners among the dead and

injured in two hotel bomb blasts.

The building move a lot, you know,

and after there's a lot of smoke.

Backpacker Jamie Neale leaves

hospital, cashing in on his Blue Mountains ordeal.

And hanging his head in shame -

Rooster Nate Myles back training after his hotel disgrace.

Good evening. I'm Deborah Knight.

And I'm Bill Woods. Also, masked

bandits embark on a violent crime spree across Sydney.

And cooking up a storm - the

'MasterChef' finalists on their

sizzling success. We couldn't be

happier for the other person to win,

and we absolutely mean that.

But first, two luxury hotels have

been bombed in Jakarta, killing at

least 9 people, with 2 Australians

among the 50 injured. The

terrorists struck just before 11am,

the bombs exploding at the Marriott,

then the neighbouring Ritz-Carlton.

An unexploded bomb has also been

found at the Marriott. We warn this

story contains graphic images.

In the horrifying moments after the

first blast, passers-by did what

they could for the injured. They'd

crawled bloodied but alive from the

Marriott Hotel's shredded lower

floors in central Jakarta. It was

just before 8:00 in the morning. I

was just waking up. I heard the

first bomb in the Marriott, saw a

away. lot of people crying and running

away. 10 minutes later, the bomb

went off in my hotel. The building

moved a lot. The lavish facade of the neighbouring Ritz-Carlton was

also ripped apart. It's believed

suicide bombers detonated their

deadly cargo in the hotels'

basements. I have actually got

photographs. I actually saw what

may have been a suicide bomber. I

saw a body which was very mutilated.

The bomb went off inside the

restaurant. How many victims

brought out? At the moment of

explosions, they brought one victim

out, but some more coming out.

Among them, many Westerners

suffering serious blast and burn

injuries. I'm OK, yeah. As they

were getting treated, a Melbourne

father received a harrowing phone

call from his son who, like dozens

of others, was still on his way to

hospital. He was in the building

and all of a sudden an enormous

explosion. He was bleeding from the

left leg, lost the hearing in one

ear. But, thankfully, alive. On the

first list of victims posted

outside were two Western names. New

Zealand authorities have confirmed

one of their their nationals was

among the dead. News of the attacks

Government's counter-terror experts broke as the Australian

were meeting in Canberra. I was

sick in the stomach. I think all

Australians would feel sick in the

stomach. This is an assault on all

of us. We're dealing with some very

ugly people. As hundreds of hotel

workers and guests were evacuated

across the road from the Marriott

Hotel, it was impossible not to

draw a link between these attacks

and a similar strike on the same

hotel six years ago that killed 12

people. Everybody saw Indonesia was

calming down and everything was

under control. The question is

everybody is asking, is if they can

get in these hotels they can get in

anywhere. Experts say it again has

all the hallmarks of terror group Jemaah Islamiah, warning hundreds

of its members have recently been

released from jail. Many are

walking out unrepentent and fully committed to continuing this campaign of violence against

Western interests, and that's the

danger. A danger which today

appears to have turned into a

frightening reality. Ali Donaldson,

Ten News.

And for those concerned about

family or friends in Jakarta, there

is a hotline you can call.

Experts have pinned responsibility

for the bombings on Jemaah Islamiah.

While the terrorist group has yet

to claim responsibility, today's

bombings bear a chilling

attacks in Indonesia. resemblance to a string of similar

Jakarta's J.W. Marriott Hotel was

first torn apart in 2003, when a

suicide bomber detonated a car bomb

outside the lobby. The full brunt

of the explosion was felt in the

hotel's restaurant. 12 people were

killed in the lunchtime bombing,

claimed responsibility for the timed for maximum damage. Al-Qaeda

attack, which is alleged to have

been carried out by affiliate group

Jemaah Islamiah. Experts say these

latest bombings bear all the

hallmarks of JI. It is the

continuation of the same group

within JI that seeks to use

terrorism to achieve a political

objective. The pattern began in

2002, when bombs ripped through Bali's popular tourist strip.

Suicide bombers inside Paddy's Bar

and the Sari Club set off

devastating explosions which killed

182 people. 88 were Australian.

Members of Jemaah Islamiah were

convicted and sentenced to death

over the attacks. The group's

alleged spiritual leader, Abu Bakar

Bashir, was sentenced to 2.5 years

behind bars. In 2004, Australia was

again targeted when a car bomb was

parked outside our Jakarta embassy.

Closed circuit video captured the

explosion, which claimed the lives

of 11 people. All were locals. JI

is also thought to be responsible

for the 2005 Bali bombings which

killed 20 people. Brad Hodson, Ten News.

British backpacker Jamie Neale is

finally out of hospital. Evan

how Batten joins us from Katoomba. Evan,

how does he look? He looked tired

and exhausted. He spent the last

two days in hospital. He was

released from hospital in the Blue

Mountains a short time ago, to a

massive media pack. He refused to

answer any questions as he got into

his car and was driven away. He

made one restatement, denting the

local people. I would like to thank

everyone for their support,

especially the staff at the Blue

Mountains hospital. They had been

magnificent. One of the reasons he

is not talking is he said to be

paid handsomely for his story. We

have had the number of $200,000

being thrown around this afternoon.

That was paid by an Australian

television program. He has spent

the day in hospital hammering out

the last details of that deal with

his father. Doctors were doing

final checks before they let him go.

They did have some concerns about

some shattering on his lungs. X-

rays revealed some concerns. In the

end, they obviously were happy to

let him go. We have also learnt

this afternoon that he was

suffering from hypothermia when he

ago. walked from the Porsche two days

A man has been shot in a terrifying

crime spree across Sydney's inner

west. The victim was blasted

opening his front door, before the

attackers held up a service station

and hotel, all in 30 minutes.

At 9:40pm, police were called to an

attempted home invasion in Campsie

to find a family cowering in terror

and a 28-year-old man with a

shotgun wound. His girlfriend and

young child were inside as two men

tried to rip the security door off.

They fired when they couldn't get

in. As he's attempted to close the

door, a shot has been let go

through the door and has hit him in

the back. It was bang, bang, like

that. The victim is in a stable

condition in hospital. Detectives

believe the victim was most likely

a target. From there, the bandits,

wearing balaclavas, robbed a Summer Hill service station, threatening

to kill the attendant. And shortly

afterwards, two men with a pump

action shotgun robbed the Gladstone

Hotel in Dulwich Hill. They opened

fire when a patron tried to fire when a patron tried to

intervene. He grabbed one of them

from behind, and that's where the from behind, and that's where the

shotgun was fired. Police are

describing the timing shotgun was fired. Police are describing the timing between these

crimes as tight. describing the timing between these

crimes as tight. By 11pm, the

getaway car was found burning down

a back street at Waterloo. getaway car was found burning down a back street at Waterloo. Police

say there is no question the same

people were responsible for Boats

robberies. They will need ballistic

results before they can lend them

to go shooting. Police want anyone

with information to contact them.

John Hill, Ten News.

Football bosses say their codes

will be crippled by any move to ban

their alcohol sponsorship. The Rudd

Government is expected to consider

a report that recommends breaking

the link between booze and sport.

Sport and alcohol sponsorship have

enjoyed a long partnership. But

it's understood a Rudd Government

health task force wants the booze

ads banned from our TV screens and

stadiums. Look, I'm not getting

into ruling in or out things that

may or may not be in reports that

haven't been released. Sports

bosses are worried. It would cripple football, wouldn't it?

Absolutely it would. And they argue

it would harm not only the high-

flyers, but also the up-and-comers.

A lot of the money spent from those

sponsors gets out into the country sponsors gets out into the country

areas, it gets out into the junior

rugby league. It helps us develop

our community and charity work as

well. But it would have the ability

to bring some clubs, some codes and some local sporting organisations

to their knees. Look, the same

thing was said when we put tobacco

advertising restrictions in place.

They said the sky was going to fall

in for sporting clubs. It never did.

Senator Fielding's not alone in his

push to blow the full-time whistle

on sport and its reliance on

alcohol sponsorship money. Alcohol

and sport - it's a dangerous

cocktail. Certainly we'd like to

see a far more rigorous arrangement

around the way in which alcohol is actually marketed and advertised.

If the rules change, then we just

play by the rules. Banning beer ads

would certainly make half-time a

little less interesting.. Murray McCloskey, Ten News.

Sports headlines now with Brad

Sports headlines now with Brad

McEwan, and a Roosters bad boy

returns to the coop.

Nate Myles is back at training for

the first time since his

regrettable trip to the Central

Coast. It's been over a fortnight since the representative forward

defecated in a hotel hallway. Myles

is two weeks into his 6-match

suspension. We'll find out if his

team-mates have welcomed him back with open arms.

And Mitchell Johnson's had an awful

start to the second Ashes Test at

Lord's. Australia's strike weapon

was torn apart by the England batsmen, in particular captain Andrew Strauss, who finished

unbeaten on 161. Highlights later in sport. Plus, the 59-year-old veteran

lighting it up at the British Open,

and the Wallabies prepare for a

Bledisloe blitz in Auckland.

A win for the homeless of Bondi -

we'll bring you the details next.

Also tonight, taking a turn for the

worse - the Sydney couple who

converted their home into a drive- through.

And meet the new generation of rock

stars, under guidance from some of

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It's another way we give something back to the community. Without them, a lot of people like Jase here mightn't be around. At your Capital Chemist we know what matters. This program is captioned live. An

elderly couple turned their home

into a drive thru this morning

after crashing their car through

the garage and into the living room. after crashing their car through the garage and into the living room.

It then smashed through the back

wall into the garden, where it

demolished a brick fence, and

entered a neighbour's yard.

Emergency crews worked for two

hours to free the car and push it

back through the house. The driver

and his wife, both in their

eighties, were not injured, but

they were taken to hospital as a

precaution. Workers have been

forced to evacuate after a water

main burst in Camden this afternoon.

It shot torrents of water more than

30 metres into the air, flooding a

real estate agency and damaging an

upstairs unit. It took an hour to

switch off the main. There's been a switch off the main. There's been a

win for the homeless of Bondi. The win for the homeless of Bondi. The

men have been allowed to keep

living behind the Bondi Pavilion

for the next five weeks while

Waverly Council finds them adequate

housing. The men had been locked in

a court battle with the council a court battle with the council

after their belongings were thrown

out in an attempt to evict them.

Australian scientists have

unravelled a mystery in the body's

immune system. It's hoped the

findings will help doctors create more effective vaccines. (Sneezes)

From the moment we pick up a bug, From the moment we pick up a bug,

our body's B cells start producing our body's B cells start producing

antibodies. But they can be of two

different grades. Some are created

quickly but are of low quality.

Others take longer to form but are

more likely to clear up an

infection. Aussie scientists have

now worked out what determines the

type of antibody created.

What we found was a particular

molecule that guides the B cells to

these two different responses.

Robert Brink and Dominque Gatto

demonstrated their findings in

mouse studies, published today in

the international journal

'Immunity'. The two different

responses can even happen in

different parts of the body, such different parts of the body, such

as the tonsils and lymph node glands.

What this particular molecule does,

the EBI2, does, is direct cells to

one of these compartments and acts one of these compartments and acts

like a magnet, drags the cells to

the compartments if they have it or

if they've switched it off it goes

to the other one.

And now that they've explained why

the body does this, work can begin on

on finding a way to manipulate the

EBI2 gene to provide the desired

level of protection in a patient.

The research has the potential to

help patients with auto-immune

diseases It could also vastly

improve the effectiveness of

vaccinations by boosting the body's

creation of higher quality

antibodies for the long term. The

timing of the study couldn't be

better with the world's attention

on efforts to fight diseases like

swine flu. The first human trials

of a vaccination for it begin in

Adelaide next week. He switched off

his golden microphone a long time

ago, but 2UE is still paying dearly

for former star John Laws. It's

been fined $360,000 for Laws

repeatedly flouting advertising

laws. The Federal Court has found

he failed to tell the station 13

times about his special sponsorship

deals and treated the Act with

contempt. Laws retired at the end

of 2007 after a 55-year career in

commercial radio. A new generation

of rockstars are fast making a name

for themselves north of Sydney.

They're learning the classics under

the guidance of some big names in

Australian music. Sings. It is more

fun than practising scales - these

kids are learning music, but not

the old-fashioned way. They are

learning to be rock stars. 300

talented youngsters have enrolled

at Rosie School of rock in

Newcastle. Craig Crows he's a

former drama and he is breeding the

next generation of Australian rock

stars. Craig checked out schools in

the United States as models for his

program and has explodes on his

staff including a former up the

straight and I will start as a

vocal coach. He teaches me how to

control my voice. He's brought

connections mean some big stars

come by to help conduct workshops.

And just as they would add any

music school, they are studying the

classics. They study dance-like

case, led Zeppelin. The students

get the chance to play Dees. This

gives them the chance to learn he

does not all about the glamour or

performance - it is hard work to.

We make them work for the

opportunities. We might just be

looking at the rock stars of

tomorrow. Let's look at the weather

now. It is crunch time for the

weather time but I am very

confident. A fine, crisp and sunny

Saturday. Tops of 17 to 18 degrees.

Sunday looks good to with blue sky

and 18 degrees. We might even get and 18 degrees. We might even get

up to 21 degrees by Monday and

Tuesday. Out than levels are down a

little bit to 61%. 13 millimetres

of rain on the coast. Good news for

Craig Hawkins. You have won the

Panasonic camera this week thanks

to Harvey Norman and Panasonic.

That was a lovely photograph. If

you would like to be involved we

have a camera to give away each

Friday. Sandhu him. We had 700

photographs come in this week.

Great work, we love it. The weekend

- fine and blows. Police hunt those responsible for a crawl scissor

attack on a puppy. Also - as a

giant leap for mass soap - new

technology giving us a clearer

picture of Neil Armstrong's moon

landing. End indecent proposal -

why a trip to the movies will never

be the same for one blushing bride- to-be. There's a change in the air at McCafe. Now we're freshly baking a new range of delicious pastries in store throughout the day. So come and try a new freshly baked pastry at McCafe today.

Time to check the traffic. It is

the Friday exodus. It is a familiar

sight. This is actually the top of

the Big Dipper. All those poor

commuters who have joined the trip

going to the Central Coast, it is

looking terrible. Lines and lines

of traffic that are not going very

far. It is a slow, lousy run high.

There's outrage around the world

over the shocking attack on a

Melbourne puppy which had its ears

and tail hacked off with scissors.

And a warning - these images may upset viewers. Authorities have been inundated with adoption

inquiries and pledges of support

from as far away as the US. Police

are hunting those responsible for

the vicious scissor attack on 8-

week-old Buckley. Obviously there

are other pups out there that could

be about to suffer the same fate.

We're appealing for people with any

information. Buckley was found

abandoned at a primary school on Saturday.

Now to the ING Direct finance

report with Jacqueline Maddock.

Jacqui, it's been a lacklustre end

to the trading week?

It has. After soaring 7% in just

the past few days, profit takers

drove the local market to a flat

finish. It follows another bumper

night of gains in the US, after

financial giant JP Morgan surpassed

expectation by posting a US$2.7

billion profit for the second

quarter. Despite repaying the White

House US$1 billion in bail-out

money, the result marks a 36%

profit surge on the previous year. The building heavyweights finished

in front today, while the financial

and resources stocks were sold off pretty heavily. and resources stocks were sold off

pretty heavily. After a rocky

session, Rio closed flat, after a

spokesman for the mining giant dismissed Chinese allegations of

bribery and espionage against a

team of its staff as "wholly

without foundation".

And that's finance news for this week.

A petrol tanker has crashed and

burst into flames, bringing down an

overpass in America. The tanker and

a truck collided when they tried to

avoid an out-of-control car. The

crash sparked a massive fire.

60,000 litres of fuel spilled from

the tanker, leading to the partial

collapse of the overpass. Three

drivers suffered minor injuries.

It's 40 years today since the

Apollo 11 space mission launched on

its quest to the moon. Four decades

later, NASA has released restored

footage of Neil Armstrong's giant

leap for mankind.

40 years ago, the world watched in

awe. What a watchword blurry

figures flickering across the

television. They have touched up

those live pictures sent back from

the Moon in 1969, adding definition

to a defining moment in the Moon in 1969, adding definition to a defining moment in history.

Watch the difference. That is one Watch the difference. That is one

small step for man, one giant leap

for mankind. Hollywood's finest

digital restorers have worked on

the images. The original recordings

are missing. After it searching for

three years, Maasai has concluded

the Tate were probably recorded

over. -- masseur. 40 the Tate were probably recorded

over. -- masseur. 40 years on,

another called the film of the

mission has resurfaced. Some scenes

from this documentary are well

known. This is the first time in

decades Apollo 11's launch on this

day in 1969 has been seen in such

detail. The original of this film

was a lost two. It was only when a

British producer contacted the

director it emerged he had kept a

copy. I could not believe it. I

thought that it was completely lost.

It was extraordinary and thrilling.

It has been wonderful trying to

bring it back. The documentary was

intended to record not just the

moon mission but the preparation

that went into red and the immense public interest it generated. Wedding proposals come in all

shapes and sizes, but one British

man has gone all out to pop the

question. Peter Simpson relied on

the bare essentials to ask for

girlfriend's hand in marriage. With

a minimal wardrobe, he shot a music

video and played it at their local

cinema. I always had an idea of

making a video, a personalised making a video, a personalised

message or something. It was a yes.

How could you say no to that? The

Romeo plans on being more suitably

attired for the big day.

We'll bring you more on the Jakarta

terror attacks next. Witnesses

describe the moments the blasts

ripped through two luxury hotels.

And the knives are out - 'MasterChef' finalists on the

contest ahead. We're actually the

messiest cooks in the competition,

so the last women standing, but the messiest.

This program is captioned live.

The top stories this news hour -

masked gunmen have embarked on a

violent crime spree across Sydney.

One man was shot opening his front

door, before the attackers held up

a service station and a hotel.

British backpacker Jamie Neale has

finally left hospital after his

ordeal in the Blue Mountains. He

thanked those involved in his

rescue, and is now set to cash in

on his story with an exclusive media deal.

And at least nine people have been

killed in two hotel bomb blasts in

Jakarta. The explosions tore

through the Marriott and Ritz-

Carlton hotels minutes apart. 2

Australians are among the 50 injured.

The Prime Minister has described

the attacks as a "barbaric act of murder".

In a country that has seen so many

acts of terrorism, another dark

chapter. Coordinated explosions

tore through the luxury Marriott

and Ritz-Carlton hotels just after

7:45am local time. A bomb went off,

the building movied a lot and I

start to hear alarms. Prime Minister Rudd quickly convened Australia's national security

committee, emerging later to offer

every assistance to the Indonesian

government as it hunts down those

responsible. Any terrorist attack

is an act of cowardice. It is an

act of murder. It is a barbaric act

that violates the fundamental

principles of human decency. He

stopped short of blaming the al-

Qaeda-linked Jemaah Islamiah, but,

given its history, the finger of

accusation is pointing directly at accusation is pointing directly at

the shadowy Islamic militant group.

Terrorism experts today warned that

hundreds of its supporters have

recently been allowed out of jail.

Many are walking out unrepentent

and fully committed to continuing

this campaign of violence against

Western interests, and that's the

danger. Terrorists have a bloody

past in Indonesia. The Marriott was

first attacked in 2003. 12 people

died. A year later, 10 people were

murdered when the Australian

embassy was targeted. And in 2002,

Islamic militants murdered 200

people in the first Bali bombings.

More than 1,000 Australians are

currently thought to be in Jakarta.

Anyone concerned about relatives should phone Anyone concerned about relatives

should phone the Foreign Affairs

hotline on 1300 555 135. Amelia

Adams, Ten News. hotline on 1300 555 135. Amelia Adams, Ten News.

Australian actors are again up for

honours at this year's Emmy Awards.

Simon Baker has been given his

first Emmys nod for outstanding

lead actor in the drama series 'The

Mentalist'. Toni Collette is also

flying the Aussie flag, with her

second Emmy nomination for her new

show 'United States of Tara'. And

Sydney actress Rose Byrne is a

favourite, as supporting actor in

the series 'Damages'. The awards

will be presented in September.

With their knives sharpened, Poh

and Julie are ready to enter the

kitchen in the battle to become

Australia's first MasterChef. The

two women are poles apart when it

comes to their culinary styles, and

each has their own secret

ingredient for success. ingredient for success.

He was the favourite to win, but at

the crucial moment Chris Badenoch

failed to impress. Your food and

what you put on the plate let you

down. I did perform consistently

well through the entire thing, so I

thought that might have gotten me a

little bit further than third. The

shock elimination leaves Julie

Goodwin and Poh Yeow Ling headed

for a cut-throat culinary showdown.

They're rivals in the kitchen, but

clearly good friends... You

obviously both get along very well.

..bonded by their intense passion

for food. We're actually the

messiest cooks in the kitchen, so

last women standing, but actually

the messiest. Their journey has

been full of challenges. There have

been fiery exchanges, tears and

surprises - an adventure they'll

never forget. I've had some crazy

never forget. I've had some crazy

days. Running around Hong Kong with

a pig was one of those. For Poh,

it's a second chance after

returning from elimination. She's

drawn inspiration from her

Malaysian heritage, while Julie

focuses on hearty family meals. I

think your edge was cooking

honestly, don't you? Yeah, I guess

so. I can't do wanky food.

'MasterChef' has enjoyed phenomenal

success, even out-rating the State

of Origin. Really? The finalists

are still getting their heads

around it. The stories that I've

heard about families sitting down

together and cooking together,

children trying things they've

never tried before, that's

incredible to me. I don't know what

it's tapped into, but I think it's

wonderful. The winner will get a

cookbook deal and $100,000. As they

prepare for the finale - at 7:30pm

on Sunday - some final cooking tips.

You can never have too much salt or

butter or cream. Never give up. No

matter how bad it gets, just never

give up. Amelia Adams, Ten News.

Sport is next with Brad McEwan, and

the Roosters. Nate Myles returns to training with

He certainly has - we'll have those

pictures next. Plus, a major

milestone for one of rugby league's good guys. milestone for one of rugby league's

And the Australian cricket team's awful start at Lord's.

Plus, the 5-time Major winner

turning back the clock at the

British Open.

And could Usain Bolt do this? The

women proving stiletto sprinting is

not for the faint-hearted.

This program is captioned live.

Nate Myles was back at Roosters

training this morning after copping

a 6-week suspension for defecating a 6-week suspension for defecating

in the corridor of a Central Coast

hotel. And while the government

threatens to ban alcohol

sponsorship of sporting events, the

club is focussing on Sunday's match

against the Warriors. He's the

latest to tarnish the Roosters'

image, in the sport dogged more

than any other by stories player

misbehaviour. Nate, there's talk of

the Government banning alcohol

sponsorship. Do you feel partly

Yeah. responsible for that?

The team say they've forgiven Myles

but admit a move by the Government

to ban alcohol sponsorship is

something rugby league could do

without. Parramatta back rower

Nathan Hindmarsh is preparing for

his 250th first grade game.

Are the reason the club remain

stuck to the bottom of the ladder

is and clear. But spirits remain

quite high. We need a good

performance for our fans against

the Warriors. the Warriors.

Yeah, the body's getting a bit

sorer, all part of playing the game.

The team could move as high as 10th

with a win against the Storm on

Monday. And Hindmarsh says former

out. Eels half Brett Finch should look

Iope he's playing, yeah, because i

know he can't tackle that hard.

And Penrith back rower Trent

Waterhouse has been found not

guilty on a contrary conduct charge

for his part in the origin knuckle

between Brett White and Steve Price.

AFL boss Andrew Demetriou says he's surprised no suspensions were

handed out by the NRL following the

violent brawls in Origin three.

Despite claiming he doesn't comment

on the other codes, Demetriou says

AFL fans simply wouldn't tolerate

the violence seen in rugby league. We've

We've outlawed that kind of conduct

in our game. There have been 13

suspensions handed down by the AFL

tribunal in the last two years.

Australia fought its way back late

on the first day of the Second Test

at Lord's, after a disastrous start

which saw England rocket to 196

without loss. If Mitchell Johnson

easy, he thought Test cricket was all too

thought Test cricket was all too

easy, he was dealt a harsh dose of

reality at the sport's spiritual home.

Mitchell Johnson is hit for four.

Well, Mitchell has been hit out of

this Lord's ground Well, Mitchell has been hit out of

Too short and wide for much of his

spells - Johnson's first eleven

overs cost 77 runs. Australia's

strike weapon made to look little

more than a pop gun.

A bit of luck is what he needs but

it's not swinging back in.

it's not swinging back in.

Adding injury to insult for the

Australians, Nathan Hauritz dropped

a sharp chance from Andrew Strauss.

It resulted in a dislocated finger It resulted in a dislocated finger

and a trip to hospital for scans

down a bit. With a bit of luckthey will calm

Strauss and Alastair Cook set a

record opening partnership against Strauss and Alastair Cook set a

Australia at Lord's. They amassed

196 for the first wicket. Cook fell

victim to a rare straight ball from

Johnson - 5 short of his century.

There was no such trouble for the skipper.

A hundred - his third against A hundred - his third against

Australia. He powered past 150 -

the spine of England's innings.

Andrew Flintoff - in his final

Lord's test - arrived at the crease

to a standing ovation. He left just

10 balls later - one of four final

session wickets - as Australia

staged a late fightback. The

Wallabies say a win against the All

Blacks tomorrow night is crucial if

they want to win the Bledisloe Cup. they want to win the Bledisloe Cup.

Captain Stirling Mortlock believes

the game will be won in the second

half and is confident his side can

go the distance. This is a big

challenge but we are ready for it.

The Aussies will have a tough task

with All Blacks skipper Richie The Aussies will have a tough task with All Blacks

McCaw returning to the side.

Australia's Matt Goggin and John

Senden have fired on the opening

day of the British Open while

struggled. theTiger and the the Shark day of the British Open while theTiger and the the Shark

theTiger and the the Shark

struggled. The Aussies are just two

shots off the pace with Miguel

Angle Heminez out in front - but it was veteran Tom Watson's

scintillating form that has

everyone talking. Round one of the

British Open marking the return of everyone talking. Round one of the British Open marking the return of

a champion. British Open marking the return of

COMMENTATOR: Tom Watson straight to

COMMENTATOR: Tom Watson straight to

the top of the leaderboard. the top of the leaderboard.

It was on this very course 32 years

ago Watson won an epic battle with

Jack Nicholas for the crown, one of Jack Nicholas for the crown, one of

five open titles in his career - so

far. The 59-year-old winding the

clock back at Turnberry with a

stunning 5-under 65 Go on, Tom.

He's having a wonderful day.

He led for much of the day until

Spain's Migeul Angle Himinez fired

a late bogey-free round for a 1-

shot buffer. Greg Norman also on

target at the 18th - not enough of

those putts, though - he's 13 shots

those putts, though - he's 13 shots

off the pace. Fellow Aussie Geoff off the pace. Fellow Aussie Geoff

Ogilvy only slightly better a 75

has him at five over. The world

number one opted for more

expression as he also struggled.

Wow, wasn't expecting anything like

that. Damn it.

Tiger picked up his club and

finished the day one over 71.

There's plenty of big names sub-par.

American Jim Furyk in the mix in a

large group at 3 under. He's joined

by South Africa's Retief Goosen who

by South Africa's Retief Goosen who

got out of trouble at the 17th in style.

I don't think he knows that he's

still in the running ffor the championship. still in the running ffor the

championship. Dozens of Israeli

women have swapped their sprinting

spikes for stilettos in a mad dash

for cash in Tel Aviv. As you can

see it's a brutal sport, with

plenty of nasty spills down the 50

metre track. But those who put in

the practice were out in front

making it look all too easy.

I live on third floor, I have two

girls and I run all day. This is my

exercise. It's what I do.

The winner struts away with a

$1,000 cheque and a trip to Paris,

where she can put those heels to

much better use. To the Tips and Michael Sullivan's selections for Rosehill Gardens tomorrow.

Later on Sports Tonight at 9:30 on Later on Sports Tonight at 9:30 Later on Sports Tonight at 9:30 on

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This program is captioned live.

Time now for a check of the weather.

We love these visitors to Sydney.

If you're going to visit Subi this

weekend, you must have a look at

the northern beaches, which is

exactly what these are humpback

whales did. This was a near the

quarantine station. The hunt

Aquiles were having a lovely time.

The weekend is going to be

absolutely glorious. Lots of

sunshine across Sydney.

Temperatures up to 17 degrees.

Widespread frost. A sunny day on

Sunday with 18 degrees. Monday, Sunday with 18 degrees. Monday,

Tuesday, Wednesday, but

temperatures increase. The sunshine

looks like continuing. Temperatures

up to 21 degrees by Tuesday and

Wednesday. Sounds pretty good.

On the satellite, cloud along that

the NSW a North Coast causes some

showers, mainly around the Hunter showers, mainly around the Hunter

Valley. Some coastal showers.

Westerly winds will spread showers

into southern SA, and western

Victoria. High pressure will keep

the north and east coast drive.

Just the chance of a clearing

shower along the northern NSW coast. shower along the northern NSW coast.

Showers along the Queensland coast.

Showers spread along the southern

Showers spread along the southern coast of SA and Victoria.

coast of SA and Victoria. The coast of SA and Victoria. The

weather should clear overnight and

we will get a crisp, beautiful

Sydney morning. Tops a 17-18

degrees. Similar on Sunday. The weekend should be good. Have a great weekend.

That's Ten News for now. I'm Bill

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