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(generated from captions) And looking forward to family visits. of her friends, the co-accused. she feels alone, craving the company who can't speak English, In a cell with women wishing only for one thing. Renae spends her days She believes it's her only escape. she's tried to harm herself. Renae Lawrence confirmed of her observation cell, Clenching the bars expressing her feelings too. Another of the accused drug smugglers today. visible from his death-row cell one of the bombers, Imam Samudra, The answer is no - This was his reaction. for him. police wanted the death penalty Martin Stephens learnt Straight out of interrogation from police in Denpasar. That's the dire warning tonight if convicted. will face the firing squad on heroin smuggling charges in Bali First tonight - all nine Australians so familiar. We'll tell you why it looks fetches $344,000 at auction. And this pretty pinafore her five babies at birth. And why this mum gave away 13 or 14. (Publican): He's only a kid - Wouldn't the police love to know. but where are they now? cleaning out a city shop, Boys caught on camera that have borrowers breathing easier. Also tonight - the vital stats and welcome to the Late News. Good evening, I'm Sandra Sully first flight. for its much anticipated as this mega-jet spreads its wing And a stunning sight yet? Have they killed the Bali bombers for the nine Australians in Bali. Anguish worsens on the shooting block then. Just take me out and put me Tonight -

is a double-decker people mover, The giant bird before the entry into service. of flight tests We have months and months of the flight test today. This is just the beginning by aviation experts around the world. today's maiden flight anticipated of an aviation revolution, has been hailed as the beginning or 'super jumbo', The largest commercial airliner with grace. the Airbus A380 taking to the skies But so far so good, the real world is unpredictable. how much work is done on a computer, and parachutes, as no matter should they crash, for rescuers to spot them bright flight overalls the six crew donning were taking no chances, Those on board the inaugural flight for globetrotting travellers. launching an age of luxury made its first flight, The world's biggest passenger jet started tonight. A new era in aviation In Bali, Jeremy Pudney, Ten News. Just rice. Just rice... but still food and water are scarce. to allow prisoners into the sun, have prompted police Meanwhile health concerns Andrew Chan. of his alleged right-hand man, by the girlfriend and the house occupied ringleader Myuran Sukumaran, They were the home of alleged two Sydney homes. where Federal Police have raided have intensified. Police investigations here in recent months. who had been to Bali several times and among five of them with multiple passports It's alleged Renae was one of three face the death penalty. at the airport, not just those arrested that all of the suspects, Police revealing this afternoon and her family. threats made against her she was forced to smuggle drugs, She claims

present and future cycles will. doesn't guarantee that may have ended badly But the fact that previous cycles to stall the economy into recession. rate rises won't be used is optimistic Federal Treasury head Ken Henry Key Reserve Bank board member moderate inflation. continuing inflation, that the outlook there is for in relation to these figures, You'd have to say, next month. for another interest rate rise and that means no pressure the Reserve Bank's target inflation is within But the Treasurer says for complacency here. and that's why there's no room higher petrol and fuel prices. the figures don't reflect The Opposition says for an annual rate of 2.4%. in the three months rose 0.7% The cost of living without question, Today's Consumer Price Index, coming in at a 5-year low. March quarter Consumer Price Index was a big reason for the thanks to lower tariffs, Cheaper imported cars and trucks, inflation figures. pointing to lower than expected the Federal Treasurer interest rate rise has eased, Pressure for another a little easier tonight. Nervous borrowers are resting Mignon Henne, Ten News. and ease airport congestion. a move that'll boost tourism from Melbourne and Sydney, 17 long-haul flights a week to LA hopes to have at least and, within two years, of the super jumbos Qantas has ordered a dozen beds available a casino, showers and, of course, like never before - in comfort and luxury and takes people long distances It's even more cost efficient This one will go one step further. to millions. opened up international travel or so-called Queen of the Skies, when the 747, a sight like this was in 1970 The last time we saw the tail seven-storeys high. it's wing span stretches 80 metres, Twice the size of a 747, carrying up to 800 passengers.

Mr Howard said he met hundreds of Australians at Gallipoli during the various ceremonies and thought their behaviour was appropriately respectful. I felt very proud to be their prime minister yesterday and, frankly, I won't have a word said against them. And, as for the controversy about the music DVDs played to the crowd overnight, including James Taylor and the Bee Gees... I'm no great fan of those particular songs. After a meeting with Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan, Mr Howard announced two joint studies into how to manage the battlefield site and a suspension of any further work on a retaining wall at Anzac Cove. But Mr Howard was also forced to withdraw any Australian plan to list Anzac Cove on Australia's heritage register. Just remember that this is Turkish property, this is Turkish land. The Australian Government is determined to play some role in the protection Sydney Harbour on New Year's Day? from what you see around Is that any different after any large gathering. it's par for the course But John Howard reckons regarded the area as a sacred site. how seriously those present calling into question after the dawn service, left at Anzac Cove This was the rubbish at the Gallipoli dawn service. against claims they were litterbugs He fiercely defended then today have found a friend in the PM. Australian backpackers Paul Bongiorno, Ten News. has fed into health inflation. poorly designed safety net The Howard Government's in out-of-pocket expenses. for this blowout The Opposition blames the Government by 5.8%. specialist services rising in cost The biggest contributor - They rose 5.7%. isn't mirrored in health costs. The good news there of the Gallipoli battlefield sites. But it also recognises, as it must, that the land belongs to Turkey and the Turks aren't about to give up control of it now - any more than they were in 1915. As for the new road around the Gallipoli sites, John Howard reckons the critics have exaggerated. Not one person I spoke to complained about the road. In Istanbul, Greg Turnbull, Ten News. A formal welcome home ceremony today for Australian military personnel involved in the tsunami relief effort. Hundreds of airmen and women, along with their families, gathered at Richmond Air Base for the service, in honour of those who helped restore villages in Indonesia. 450 Air Force personnel were deployed to the devastated region, delivering food and medication. Well done and thank you very much, and I think this operation will go down as one of the landmark operations for the ADF. A minute's silence was also observed to honour the nine crew killed in the Sea King helicopter crash on the island of Nias. Police release security camera footage of boy bandits cleaning out a city shop. Take a close look - you might recognise someone. (Publican): See how old he is? He's only a kid, 13 or 14. And why this mum gave away her five babies at birth. GIRL: Here's a little secret this Mother's Day. Kmart has 25% off women's sleepwear, including 25% off Georgie by Georgie Parker and lots of gorgeous 'jamies, camis and more. For Mother's Day gifts, hurry into Kmart. (Giggles) This program is captioned live. The Australian Government is considering a request from Hungary for the extradition of a Perth man accused of being a Nazi war criminal. 86-year-old Charles Zentai has denied accusations he beat a young Jew to death while serving in the Hungarian Army in 1944. that it's in accordance with the treaty with the Hungarian Government and, of course, a magistrate will then have to rule for surrender. The final decision will then rest with me. Zentai is said to have fled to Australia to escape charges over the murder while his two alleged accomplices were convicted and jailed. Calls tonight for an Islamic leader in Australia to be hauled into line after an astonishing tirade against women, the cleric sparking outrage by telling his followers women who wear skimpy clothing are asking to be raped. Sheik Mohammad Faiz is a young Muslim firebrand who's attracted a following on the fringes of Sydney's Islamic community. But his comments about how Australian women dress have outraged Muslims, as well as the wider community. The comments were supposed to encourage Muslim women to wear the Islamic scarf. Where the woman are veiled you don't see any of these problems. You don't see rapes - very, very rarely - and in Western countries, you know, every minute or two a women is getting raped. But the Sheik is being condemned for inciting rape. What he's done is to say that women are responsible for the rapes that are inflicted on them, and that is intolerable and plain wrong. the Sheik risks being charged with incitement to rape These comments are prehistoric. his guy ought to go back to the cave where he belongs. Women are free to dress as they chose. Muslims organisations have universally condemned the Sheik. People were upset with those comments, they're concerned that these comments do not reflect their views. Sheik Faiz is also on the record, urging young Muslims to fight coalition forces in Iraq. And we are too comfortable with cultivation, we're too scared to go to jihad. What are you living for? Lessons from half a world away may hold the key to helping fight a disease that affects the lives of every third Australian. An Australian woman is having remarkable success controlling eczema using an old-style approach from Africa. It's a painful, unsightly and generally unpleasant condition. My skin used to get really red in my arms and on my chest, there, and it just was really itchy and red and wasn't too fun to live with. But Paul is far from alone. In fact, one in three Australians will suffer eczema at some point in their lives. I did a lot of research regarding what was available at the chemist and I was turned back to the doctors and they used cortisone. But Nancy decided she didn't want her son being treated with a chemical cocktail and so began a one-woman quest to find a cure, a quest that took her back to the ideas of her birthplace, Mauritius. We never had chemists. We never had large supermarkets where we can get help with. After three years of trying, Nancy came up with a formula that she says works. Not a miracle cure, just something the Gold Coast woman says can help control the disease, made up of about 150 organically-grown plants, herbs and essential oils. It was the sort of answer Leanne Smart had been looking for for her young son. Children at school these days, if there's anything with them that's slightly different to the other children, it's, you know, easy to be targeted and so he wants to look and feel like all the other children. Samples are being sent out to nearly 50 potential new users every week. Her success has helped Ms Evans secure a government grant to assist her establish export markets throughout Asia. Daniel Barty, Ten News. One of the world's most memorable pieces of film memorabilia has fetched a small fortune at auction tonight in London. The little pinafore worn by Judy Garland in the famous film classic 'The Wizard of Oz' cost a mysterious phone buyer $344,000. Dorothy's blue and white gingham number is one of the most recognisable in movie history since first seen in the 1939. The dress was expected to fetch under $100,000, but the final price surprised everyone. It is an iconic piece of film memorabilia and I think whoever buys it might well use it for marketing and publicity purposes because it does draw the crowds. 'The Wizard of Oz' was the most expensive film ever made at the time and launched the young actress into stardom. Boys caught on camera cleaning out a city shop, but where are they now? (Publican): See how old he is? He's only a kid, 13 or 14. Why this mum gave away her five babies at birth. And in 'Sports Tonight' - Lions star Jason Akermanis has found himself in hot water once again. A young fisherman has undergone surgery after an extraordinary incident off the New South Wales coast. Anthony Charet was taking in a trawler line early this morning when a 1.5m mako shark bit into his thigh. Stunned shipmates did their best to stop the bleeding As they brought the fish over the side, it just dropped down onto his thigh. So, as it latched on, he grabbed the nose and ripped it back off. The 25-year-old is recovering in hospital and says he'll be back at sea in a couple of months. Boy bandits have been caught on tape ram-raiding a liquor store. Police are now hoping someone will recognise the rampaging kids and dob them in. A swift break-in and the boy bandit starts looting liquor without hesitation. as another young thief and a senior gang member begin their lightning raid on an Adelaide drive-through. (Publican watching CCTV): Not mucking around are they? Moments later they become more brazen, smashing their stolen car through the steel door. Cradling as many bottles as their little arms can carry, one young robber forced to climb shelves (Publican): See how old he is? He's only a kid, 13 or 14. There's adults and... ..it's like a family. The boys are undeterred by security cameras that clearly capture their identities, the risk of being caught seemingly of little concern. but not before one last dash to the fridge. The bottle shop raid followed an unsuccessful attempt on a sports store just 20 minutes earlier. Frustrated shop owners say the centre has been hit at least five times in the past six months. Management now plans to upgrade security even further, installing bollards around the entire complex. saying the biological parents would need it to raise the boys. (Sings) # Happy birthday all five. # Doctors are amazed I start crying. When I see them, my first baby, in less than five minutes. all five were delivered at the quick delivery - but refused the money, She was to be paid $20,000, for adoption as a teenager. and gave up another two children with her husband already had two daughters The nursing student agreed to be a surrogate. before 25-year-old Teresa Anderson for 10 years to have a baby had been trying unsuccessfully Luisa Gonzalez and her husband Jorge. Do you know? REPORTER: What's this one's name? they'll ever know as mum. to the only woman Then the tiny baby boys were handed to the woman who gave them life. they were introduced tonight, but they're doing well. All babies remain in intensive care with five baby boys. providing a childless couple to an instant family, A surrogate mother has given birth they are not even getting charged. Some of them are under-aged and and they are straight out again. They do six months over the the past six months. across Adelaide sports and liquor stores that's been ram-raiding if the young offenders Police are investigating they'll strike. it's not the first or the last time But angry retailers know

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We saw the big target, ahead of the 8% set earlier banks came in for a tougher time, such as the banks came in for a tougher time, such as the Bank banks came in for a tougher time, such as the Bank of banks came in for a tougher time, such as the Bank of Queensland banks came in for a tougher time, such as the Bank of Queensland and Bendigo such as the Bank of Queensland and Bendigo bank. such as the Bank of Queensland and Bendigo bank. Thanks such as the Bank of Queensland and such as the Bank of Queensland and Bendigo bank. Thanks Tom. CommSec's Tom Bendigo bank. Thanks Tom. CommSec's Tom Petros Bendigo bank. Thanks Tom. CommSec's Tom Petros Ki. Well it was another day of negative trade for the local bourse, reflecting declines in overseas markets overnight. least there's one consolation, least there's one consolation, Sandra, and that's the annual least there's one consolation, Sandra, and that's the annual rate concerned, unfortunately it's to the up side. 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There's of inflation fell in the last quarter from 2.6 to 2.4%. of inflation fell in the last of inflation fell in the last quarter from 2.6 of inflation fell in the last of inflation fell in the last quarter of inflation fell in the last Sandra, and that's the annual rate of inflation fell in the Sandra, and that's the annual rate of inflation fell in Sandra, and that's the annual rate of inflation fell Sandra, and that's the annual rate of inflation Sandra, and that's the annual rate of least there's one consolation, Sandra, and least there's one consolation, Sandra, least there's one consolation, At would you? on the Reserve Bank board right now, Tom, you wouldn't envy the people Tom Piotrowski now. Let's check in with CommSec's Leisa Goddard-Roles, Ten News. In the United States, get to take the babies home. on when she and her husband get to take the babies home. on when she and her husband but there's no word yet she will be a stay-at-home mum Not surprisingly, Luisa says with the delivery. and everything went well for a better procedure, we couldn't have asked any better, We could not have done it and may need surgery. weighs just over 1kg who is battling a heart problem, The smallest, The largest baby is almost 1.5kg. for a long, long time. I've been waiting for this moment

The weather's next, and then it's Sports Tonight with Ryan Phelan. All the results from the AFL tribunal as Carlton lose Brendan Fevola after being found guilty of eye-gouging. The Blues forward was a shattered man after the decision. We'll reveal what he copped as well as Swans ruckman Darren Jolly. But better news at the NRL judiciary for Parramatta five-eight John Morris. And there are hearings are all over the place. What's the outcome for V8 driver Paul Dumbrell after this incident? You'll know shortly. Now a quick look at tomorrow's weather. So around the capital cities and it's showers for Cairns, showers also for Brisbane, a mostly sunny day in Sydney, Canberra will have a sunny day too, becoming overcast in Melbourne, a late shower in Hobart and also tipped for Adelaide. Mostly sunny in Perth, the chance of a late shower for Darwin and a mostly sunny day in Alice Springs. And that's the latest from Ten News. Sports Tonight with Ryan Phelan is next. I'm Sandra Sully. From the Late News team, goodnight. Supertext Captions by the Australian Caption Centre. www.auscap.com.au