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(generated from captions) Tonight - Barry Hall to play the Grand Final. the Swans' secret weapon to clear Mystery death - a little girl could have been saved. disturbing new allegations

And the neighbourhood noise dispute in Sydney's south. that sparked a dramatic siege

relief for motorists Good evening. Also tonight - a rise in fuel excise. as the Government scraps on the moon in just over a decade. And we'll have another man the Swans' secret weapon But first this evening,

of his striking charge. to clear captain Barry Hall

from the AFL Judiciary Ten's Rob Waters joins us where Hall will be arriving shortly. up their sleeve? Rob, what have the Swans got

Sydney Swans in They are pulling out all stops the Sydney Swans They are pulling out all stops the Sydney They are pulling out all stops the

Sydney Swans in a bid to try They are pulling out all stops the Sydney Swans in a bid to They are pulling out all stops the Sydney Swans in a bid They are pulling out all stops the Sydney Swans in a They are pulling out all stops the

Sydney Swans in a bid to try to get They are pulling out all stops the Sydney Swans in a bid to try to They are pulling out all stops the

Sydney Swans in a bid to try to get the captain, the

the captain, Barry Hall right to Sydney Swans in a bid to try to get Sydney Swans in a bid to try to get the captain, Barry Hall Sydney Swans in a bid to try to get the captain, Barry

play and lead his the captain, Barry Hall right to play and lead the captain, Barry Hall right to play and the captain, Barry Hall right to play

play and lead his team in a the captain, Barry Hall right to play and lead his team in the captain, Barry Hall right to play and lead his team the captain, Barry Hall right to

against the Eagles play and lead his team in a battle against the play and lead his team in a battle against play and lead his team in a battle the captain, Barry Hall right to

Final against the Eagles in the Grand play and lead his team in a battle against the Eagles in the play and lead his team in a battle against the Eagles in play and lead his team in a battle

Final on Saturday. I believe against the Eagles in the Grand Final on Saturday. I against the Eagles in the Grand Final on Saturday. against the Eagles in the Grand Final on against the Eagles in the Grand

Final on Saturday. I believe part of Final on Saturday. I believe part against the Eagles in the Grand

of the evidence will be of the evidence will be previously Final on Saturday. I believe part

unaired video shot of the evidence will be previously unaired video of the evidence will be previously unaired

unaired video shot by the AFL which of the evidence will be previously unaired video shot by the AFL of the evidence will be previously unaired video shot by the of the evidence will be previously unaired video shot by of the evidence will be previously

they do at unaired video shot by the AFL which they do unaired video shot by the AFL which they

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every they do at most games. And it is unaired video shot by the AFL which unaired video shot by the AFL which

every players' right when a every players' right when defending they do at most games. And it is

a case to every players' right when defending a case

a case to request all available every players' right when defending a case to request all every players' right when defending a case to request every players' right when defending

video even if it has not been aired and I believe and I believe the Swans like what video even if it has not been aired and I believe the Swans like video even if it has not been aired and I believe the Swans video even if it has not been aired and I believe the

they've seen. and I believe the Swans like what they've

they've seen. A wide shot which and I believe the Swans like what they've seen. A wide shot and I believe the Swans like what they've seen. A wide and I believe the Swans like what they've seen. A and I believe the Swans like what

will be able to they've seen. A wide shot which will be able they've seen. A wide shot which will be they've seen. A wide shot which will

will be able to point to the fact they've seen. A wide shot which will be able to point to the they've seen. A wide shot which will be able to point to they've seen. A wide shot which will be able to point they've seen. A wide shot which

will be able to point to the fact that

that Hall was leading when he gave will be able to point to the fact

Maguire the love tap and therefore

it was in play and that will have a

big bearing on whether he gets to

play in the Grand Final or not. The

man himself arrived in Melbourne

earlier this afternoon and came

earlier this afternoon and came down

down by chartered jet. So he earlier this afternoon and came

avoided a disappointed avoided a

at the avoided a disappointed media scrum at avoided a disappointed media scrum down by chartered jet. So he avoided a disappointed media down by chartered jet. So he

avoided a disappointed media scrum at the airport. He avoided a disappointed media scrum at the airport. avoided a disappointed media scrum

at the airport. He then headed into avoided a disappointed media scrum

the city for a meeting with the

appointed legal team. The Swans have

appointed Terry Forest QC to lead legal team. The Swans have

the Hall case and he is very much a appointed Terry Forest QC to lead

man inform in terms of the legal

area. Because he is the man who got

the man accused of manslaughter of

the former Victorian cricket coach the man accused of manslaughter of

David Hookes acquitted. So he will

be heading the Hall case here

tonight. Every Sydneysider is be heading the Hall case here be heading the Hall case here tonight.

hanging on the outcome. What are

pretty the chances? I think actually hanging on the outcome. What are

the chances? I think actually pretty good. the chances? I think actually pretty good. What the chances? I think actually pretty good. What they'll the chances? I think actually pretty good. What they'll be

the chances? I think actually pretty good. What they'll be trying

to do is try to get a couple of the pretty good. What they'll be trying to do is try to get a couple of the

gradings downgraded. They want to get gradings downgraded. They want to

gradings downgraded. They want to get it either downgraded from

reckless to neglect. If that

happens and he pleats guilty, he

will receive a reprimand. The other

chance is to get it graded down

from behind play to inplay. And if

from behind play to inplay. And if they can invince the tribunal of

either of the two thins, he will be

either of the two thins, he will be right. But it is probably around

50-50. Thank you. And we'll come

back to Rob later in the bulletin

back to Rob later in the bulletin for an update. And while Swans fans are sweating on the result of the hearing, it didn't deter them from turning out in force at today's traditional fan day. It's an extra trip to Melbourne no player ever wants to make, especially during Grand Final week. But Swan's skipper Barry Hall flew down this afternoon to face the tribunal. As far as we're concerned, we're going on as normal. Hall left behind team-mates for the club's only training session open to fans. Almost a thousand supporters turned up, and there was only one thing on their minds. With or without Barry Hall we will win, but he deserves to be there.

They've got a much stronger unit this year and they can win without Barry Hall. Players happy with the support. good atmosphere for training for the boys. So it's exiting, obviously a big week. Nice to see we're getting big support. Footballers from other codes mocking the idea of a possible suspension. It's an absolute joke that game, it was a love tap. The never-say-die spirit that has won them so man games this year, will be tested if the tribunal rules against Barry Hall. But fans say if there is a club that could tough it out against the odds it is Sydney. The Northside Childcare Centre painted a tribute for their heroes.

There was even good luck kisses for the There was even good luck kisses for the leader. There was even good luck kisses for the leader. Blow There was even good luck kisses for the leader. Blow him There was even good luck kisses for the leader. Blow him a There was even good luck kisses for the leader. Blow him a big There was even good luck kisses for the leader. Blow him a big kiss

There was even good luck kisses for the leader. Blow him a big kiss for good luck. Here's hoping it will make all the difference. Kevin Wilde, Ten News. And an apology today from NRL boss David Gallop over the Wests Tigers ticketing fiasco. We'll have that story later in sport. The Department of Community Services is under fire tonight, following the death of a 6-year-old girl in her family home. There are claims DoCS ignored dozens of calls about her welfare. Homicide detectives have searched the girl's home at Cattai, 6-year-old Rose Villaneuva-Austin was found dead on Sunday. Police say her stepfather and mother tried frantically to revive her. But the State Opposition has now revealed disturbing allegations that the youngster was at risk and her death might have been prevented, had the Department of Community Services stepped in.

We understand there have been an alleged 23 notifications to the Department and, given that history, why was more not done to make sure her safety was secure? A post-mortem on the little girl has not revealed the cause of death. Detectives are now waiting for a toxicology report to check whether she died from the effects of a chemical or drug. The Premier is launching a fresh inquiry into the Department, which holds a poor record of protecting children at risk. That particular case you are referring to is under review and is troubling. It is concerning and I'll await the outcome of those reviews. in its duty to protect this young girl. The Opposition is calling for a check on any other children in the family. It also wants to know what action, if any, was taken by the Department of Community Services. John Hill, Ten News.

A tense stand-off today in Sydney's south. A simple noise complaint led to a dramatic 2-hour siege at Kogarah Bay. Elite tactical officers rolled in amid reports of a man holed up in a house, a suspected arsenal at his disposal. Each of them crack shots, they went to work quickly, arming themselves with an array of assault rifles. They clambered aboard an armoured truck and set up a perimeter as negotiators equipped with a speaker box tried to convince him to give up. Never bothered anyone. Keeps to himself a bit? Yeah, he does. I believe he lost his mother, he was always with his mother and he's a loner. The stand-off was sparked by a simple noise complaint. It's believed the man confronted this builder about the construction work next door. He allegedly pulled a hand gun and returned to the house. This is apparently the second time in a week police have been called to this street

to investigate reports of a man with a firearm. Locals say someone initially took a couple of pot shots at a Greek man walking along the footpath. I spoke with neighbours here, neighbours there, and they said he doesn't like new Australians. Guns raised, the SPG entry team made a beeline for the house. But within seconds, the 56-year-old suspect surrendered without a struggle. He laid down on the ground, he may be a person with some heart problems. We're also concerned about his state of mind. The man's been taken to hospital as police seek a warrant to search his house for weapons. Shaun Fewings, Ten News. The young woman pulled from a car full of the laughing gas nitrous oxide at the weekend, has died in hospital. She was 23-year-old, north-west Sydney businesswoman Jessica Murray.

Her distraught parents want it known that tests show Jessica had no other drugs in her system. They say she was popular and kind. According to her wishes, organs from her body were donated overnight. 38-year-old Tolson Dimovski died as the gas flowed from a cylinder in the car's boot. Police now trying to work out who turned it on and when. Two other men pulled from the car survived. Signs today the Federal Government is starting to crack over skyrocketing petrol prices. A scheduled hike in fuel excise scrapped, as a survey shows rising costs have wiped out the benefits of the July tax cuts. With petrol hovering around $1.40 a litre, the Federal Government's plan to fund the refining of cleaner fuel from a small rise in the tax was looking very bad. Whatever the reason, now is not the time to increase petrol excise. The Prime Minister didn't need much prompting. Let me tell you it is being reviewed and we may have something further to say about it. By mid-afternoon, the Treasurer put out a statement saying there would be no tax increase given current market conditions. The incentives for refiners to reduce the amount of sulphur in petrol will now be paid for out of the budget instead. While this is good news from the Government it still does not quarantine Australian motorists

from increases levied by the oil companies to pay for these fuel specs. Today's backflip will save motorists about three cents a tank but analysis by investment bankers JP Morgan finds the rise in petrol prices amounts to a $12-a-week cost hike for the average household. JP Morgan points out that the Government's $6 tax cut does not cover that. Labor's $12 tax cut would have covered that. And today's small relief will be short-lived. All the signs are petrol prices will rise even higher in the weeks ahead thanks to a new tropical storm, Rita, building in the Gulf of Mexico. And threatens refineries scarcely recovered from Hurricane Katrina. It's caused the biggest one-day price jump ever at US$4 a barrel. Paul Bongiorno, Ten News. Still to come - the Premier caught up in the racial row threatening one of his ministers. The attack that's sparked a security review at St Mary's Cathedral. And the 19-year-old country girl who's the new Miss World Australia. Her unusual reason for entering the pageant later this newshour. VOICEOVER: The dual cab Nissan Navara STR Turbo Diesel has a massive 110 kilowatts of power. And right now, for a very limited time, it also comes with a mass of extras.

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and someone calls your mobile from any type of phone in Australia, you'll get: Want to get something for nothing? Now you can. For full details of how to get this offer, visit our website or your Telstra Shop. Premier Morris Iemma has issued a stern public rebuke to his Planning Minister over a racial slur. But despite outrage from the Aboriginal community, Frank Sartor won't be sacked. Down in Redfern's notorious Block, Frank Sartor was under fire. I'm totally, wow, overwhelmed by it in this day and age. I didn't think we'd actually come to such a comment. There's no need for that comment. I think he was totally out of line. But it was nothing compared with the criticism from his own Premier. It was stupid and inappropriate. The Planning Minister forced to make a public apology after telling Aboriginal leader Mick Mundine during a radio interview

to "get off his black arse". But, despite the Premier's scolding, the Morris Iemma was refusing to sack his minister

or say if Frank Sartor had offered his resignation. I'm not going to reveal the details of our private discussions. The Opposition was quick to attack. Frank Sartor has proved again that he's a foul-mouthed and arrogant bully. in the last 24 hours? Did you offer to resign in the last 24 hours? No. Frank Sartor will keep his responsibility

for the redevelopment of the Redfern-Waterloo area including the Block. And the Government has also rejected calls by the Opposition for Frank Sartor to be charged under the Anti-Discrimination Act. Paul Mullins, Ten News. Outgoing Deputy Police Commissioner Dave Madden says he hasn't ruled out suing, after learning he won't face any charges over the Bulldogs phone tapping incident. The Police Integrity Commission had recommended that Mr Madden and Assistant Commissioner Peter Parsons be charged with a breach of the Listening Devices Act during a probe into possible drug use by a Bulldogs player. But the Director of Public Prosecutions has decided not to pursue charges. I'm delighted to hear the Commonwealth DPP has made the decision not to prosecute. Mr Madden, who's applied for a medical discharge, released a statement saying he's bitterly disappointed by the investigation. He believes it's damaged his reputation. Sydney's St Mary's Cathedral is reviewing its security after another distressing act of vandalism.

A 61-year-old man went on the rampage overnight,

targeting artworks that may be impossible to replace. Two statues lie in pieces, another severely damaged. Stunned witnesses claim this man walked into the Sacred Heart Chapel and started putting out prayer candles, burning his fingers

and knocking over the statue of the Virgin Mary, smashing the two angels, then collapsing to the floor.

The statue of the Virgin Mary dates back to the 1880s and is valued at more than $120,000. It's part of the heritage of the cathedral and is precious to us. The cathedral is still recovering from an arson attack on the main altar just four months ago. The church saved by worshippers rushing to douse the flames. Following yesterday's incident, the church's sympathy is with the attacker - believed to be homeless. St Mary's cares for over 30 homeless people a week, who wander in at night and sleep in the church grounds. Two weeks ago, we had 30 people in one day. So the number seems to be increasing. The church wants more support for the growing number of homeless men and women left to the city's charities and abandoned by the Government. The church will continue to care for the homeless who come to sleep on their grounds, but will be reviewing security inside the cathedral with the police. We may have to get security, but it's very expensive but it's money we'd rather spend on something else other than security. The suspect has been charged with malicious damage. One of the statues can be repaired, the others still being assessed. Tim Potter, Ten News. Police have foiled an attempted ram-raid in Sydney's south. An emotional appeal tonight

from a grieving mother who lost her young son in a motorcycle accident. The Government now considering tougher laws to stop P-plate riders buying high-powered bikes. Caine Allen was 20 years old when he was killed instantly in November last year, thrown from his high-powered motorcycle, a bike he'd bought just two days before the accident. His mother wonders why he was allowed to buy it in the first place. Bike shop owners need to realise that a young child does not have the mentality of what we do, as parents. They don't think of the risks, they don't think of the dangers. They think they're invincible. As a P-plater, Caine was not eligible to ride the Honda CBR-600, but there was nothing to stop him from buying and registering it. She wants tougher laws stopping retailers from selling them to unqualified riders. It was a powerful bike that he was not used to riding. That was proven when the car turned in front of him - he over-braked, he was ejected from the bike and he was killed instantly. cracking down on retailers won't solve the problem.

If that shop doesn't sell it, they'll go to another shop. And if that shop also won't sell it, they'll go into the paper and buy it privately. The Government will consider making it impossible to register the bikes. A review of the legislation is quite a significant step. Therese Allen asked me to do that and I've agreed to do that. I just don't want any other family to have to go through this. Evan Batten, Ten News.

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out Sydney's roads again and have another update at out Sydney's roads again and have another update at 5:50. Two men have been charged with kidnapping a 14-year-old Perth boy. The teenager was rescued after a police raid on a house just metres from where he disappeared three weeks ago. 14-year-old Blake Reynolds had been the subject of an intense 20-day search. and the State Emergency Service Police divers

in a bid to find the boy scoured waterways and bushland

late yesterday A police raid on this house family had been waiting for - finally brought the news his anxious

the teenager was alive. says she never gave up hope. His mother, overcome with emotion, Just so happy, it's a joyous time. He's safe and he's home with us. today appeared in a Perth court Two men in their 40s charged with the boy's kidnapping. had been held prisoner at the house It's alleged Blake from a nearby street. after being snatched

More charges are expected to be laid. to see Blake Blake's father was the first one

and kissed him and cuddled him. and obviously Blake ran to his dad Dad was over the moon. When the information came through

and when some of the reunions took place some hardened investigators had a tear in their eye. The teenager has undergone medical checks

and is still helping police with their investigation. Blake's been away for the last almost three weeks. We have to look at every aspect of the whole time that he was away. We're giving him lots of hugs and kisses. Matt Moran, Ten News. Residents of hurricane-stricken New Orleans have been ordered to flee their city again as fears grow that Tropical Storm Rita will turn into a hurricane. Just a day after being told they could return to clean up and check their properties, tens of thousands are being turned away. Although Rita is still only a storm, few want to live through another Katrina. Likely a major hurricane in the central to western Gulf of Mexico by later in the week. After Katrina, we're not takin' any chances.

Thousands of cars are now jamming highways out of New Orleans as disappointed evacuees do an about-turn. Man could be back on the Moon within 13 years, but the cost will be out of this world. NASA is planning to use a powerful new rocket based on the original '60s design plus a lunar lander three times the size of the old one. Four astronauts are expected to make the trip in 2018 at a cost of more than $136 billion. Man was last on the Moon in 1972, with three other lunar missions cancelled due to a lack of public support. Still to come - more bad news for motorists. Also tonight - why the system is failing Australian kids with ADHD. Less than 1% of children who have this condition are being diagnosed so we're not doing a good job in that regard. And meet the new Miss World Australia - the 19-year-old country girl's unusual reason for entering the pageant. 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:

It request be pretty tricky being a

weatherman sometimes. It is a game

of mill metres. Yesterday I thought we of mill metres. Yesterday I thought we would of mill metres. Yesterday I thought we would get of mill metres. Yesterday I thought

of mill metres. Yesterday I thought we would get between 1mm and 5mm

and we would get between 1mm and 5mm and we we would get between 1mm and 5mm and we got we would get between 1mm and 5mm

we would get between 1mm and 5mm and we got between 2mm and 7mm.

I'll take that as a victory. A

carbon copy coming to your place

tomorrow. Then we shoot to 25

degrees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. degrees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The degrees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The map degrees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The map of degrees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The map of NSW degrees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The map of NSW please

degrees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The map of NSW please as

Saturday. The map of NSW please as it rolls across the television. Let

me tell you, top tips across the state.

A blue sky day tomorrow and then

warming temperatures all the way

through to the gorgeous word call

add weekend. See you add weekend. See you again through to the gorgeous word call add weekend. See you again at through to the gorgeous word call add weekend. See you again at 5:55. The top stories we're following this newshour - The Department of Community Services is under fire tonight, following the death of a little girl in her family home. There are claims DoCS ignored dozens of calls about Rose Villanueva-Austin. Police are now waiting for a toxicology report after a post-mortem failed to find the cause of death. A neighbourhood noise complaint has sparked a dramatic 2-hour siege in Sydney's south. A 56-year-old man is undergoing a psychiatric assessment, after barricading himself in his house and allegedly pulling a gun.

Security at Sydney's St Mary's Cathedral is under review after another act of vandalism. A 61-year-old homeless man accused of damaging precious statues that may be impossible to replace. British forces have smashed into an Iraq jail to free two captured soldiers after a day of deadly clashes. In a tense stand-off, angry crowds attacked a British tank with petrol bombs in the southern city of Basra.

At least two Iraqis were killed and a British soldier was engulfed by flames. The violence had been sparked by the arrest of two British undercover soldiers, who'd been accused of firing at Iraqis. They were later snatched by British troops who stormed the jail. Australian doctors are being accused of dismissing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in children. New research has found once parents seek help, a diagnosis still takes around two years. For most kids, temper tantrums are part of growing up. (Screams) But an international survey by the World Federation for Mental Health has found many misbehaving children could have ADHD, but not know it. Nicholas Myers wasn't diagnosed until age 12. I remember seeing documentaries years ago of kids throwing themselves off roofs

and banging their heads against walls. But he was suspended twice from primary school. It was like a roller-coaster of erratic behaviour. Now almost 16, on medication he's a different child. New research has raised concerns our health system is failing children with ADHD, by leaving many parents visiting doctor after doctor for up to two years before the problem is acknowledged,

and also leaving many children completely undiagnosed. Less than 1% of children who have this condition are being diagnosed, so we're not doing a good job. Getting the blame - lack of doctor awareness, waiting lists, and specialists many parents can't afford. We know exactly what helps from lots of research and experience, but the services are not easily there. The survey also found parents avoid seeking help, worried a diagnosis will label them as bad parents. You then think, "Is that so? Is it my fault? Am I guilty?" Jacinta Hocking, Ten News. To finance, and the Australian share market continued surging into record territory, the All Ordinaries leaping 27 points. Craig James at Commonwealth Securities. No good news for motorists?

No, no good news atd all. The light

at the end of the tunnel for

motorists has turned out to be a

train moving in the opposite

train moving in the opposite direction. Overnight, the price of

crude oil rose by $4 a barrel, the

largest one day rise on record.

It's all because tropical storm

Rita is threatening facilities in the Rita is threatening facilities in the gulf Rita is threatening facilities in the gulf of Rita is threatening facilities in the gulf of Mexico. Rita is threatening facilities in the gulf of Mexico. The Rita is threatening facilities in the gulf of Mexico. The share

the gulf of Mexico. The share investors were seemingly unperturbed investors were seemingly unperturbed by investors were seemingly unperturbed by it.

investors were seemingly unperturbed by it. Banks investors were seemingly unperturbed by it. Banks and retailers also did retailers also did well. A lot unperturbed by it. Banks and retailers also did well. A lot of talk retailers also did well. A lot of talk of retailers also did well. A lot of talk of American retailers also did well. A lot of talk of American interest retailers also did well. A lot of talk of American interest rates

talk of American interest rates going up. Any concern for us here?

No concern for us here at going up. Any concern for us here? No concern for us here at all.

going up. Any concern for us here? No concern for us here at all. The US No concern for us here at all. The US federal No concern for us here at all. The

No concern for us here at all. The US federal reserve meets later and

is widely tipped to increase

interest rates. But they're is widely tipped to increase interest rates. But they're lifting

them interest rates. But they're lifting them because interest rates. But they're lifting them because rates interest rates. But they're lifting them because rates are interest rates. But they're lifting them because rates are simply interest rates. But they're lifting them because rates are simply too

low. That's not the case them because rates are simply too low. That's not the case in

Australia. The Reserve Bank

believes our interest rates are just about just about right. believes our interest rates are just about right. Thank

believes our interest rates are just about right. Thank you. A 19-year-old PA from Albury-Wodonga has been crowned Miss World Australia. Dennae Brunow will represent us in the Miss World pageant in China It's crunch time for the Miss World Australia contestants. After four days of judging, the big night is here and the 15 finalists are frocked up and ready to roll. What made you enter? Believe it or not, it was a spray tanning session. I was recruited from a spray tanner who was part of the Miss World organisation. What are you most nervous about tonight, do you think - swimsuit? You just said it. I think everyone is nervous about that. The swimsuit category is an age-old tradition in beauty pageants but judges stress, in the Miss World contest, other attributes matter just as much. She's got to be a fit woman and she's got to also be very articulate. She's got to be able to speak and be able to sit next to the PM perhaps one day. As well as taking home a bunch of prizes, tonight's winner will go to China where she will compete against 120 other women for the title of Miss World. But, even if she doesn't win, she's bound to get noticed. The Miss World pageant is watched on television by 2.8 billion people. VOICE-OVER: Miss World Australia 2005 - Miss Dennae Brunow. APPLAUSE AND CHEERING It's just such a surreal experience to be here. I feel ecstatic.

I'm so honoured to do it and to represent my country. Yesterday, 19-year-old Dennae Brunow was a PA in Albury-Wodonga, now she's Miss World Australia. She'll jet off to China for a month's judging before the big announcement on December 10. Angela Bishop, Ten News. Helping women fight breast cancer may be as easy as buying a bottle of tomato sauce Masterfoods is joining forces with cricket legend Glenn McGrath and wife Jane, to raise money to fund more breast cancer nurses. Jane has battled the disease twice and says the specialist carers helped her survive. Masterfoods is donating $1 million to the McGrath Foundation,

plus 30 cents from every bottle of pink tomato sauce sold this month. Tim Webster is back with sport and there's an Ashes fallout? Yes, the axe has been wielded for the series against the Rest of the World side. The Test and one-day changes shortly. Plus the NRL apologises to Wests Tigers fans. Also, Benji Marshall talks about risking his shoulder to get the Wests Tigers into the Grand Final And as Swans fans salute their heroes, we'll hear from the player on stand-by for Barry Hall. is $22 million. ask for a Powerball Megapick. Premiership glory is within sight for the Wests Tigers, And while all the hype seemingly surrounds the Tigers/ Dragons match, the Eels are happy to take a back seat in the countdown to their grand final qualifier against the Cowboys. It's the season where Parramatta's largely been on a roll, kicking on from a slow start to finish NRL frontrunners. But in somewhat of a shock, they say neighbours the Wests Tigers are the team to beat. The Tigers are playing very well and probably deserve to be premiership favourites at the moment. They're just flying high, and good luck to them. The Tigers laughing off Riddell's suggestion. Yeah, it's funny because they're minor premiers. Very funny. Dally M winner Johnathon Thurston can expect plenty more of this type of treatment when he faces the Eels on Sunday afternoon. He's their game breaker. Him and Matt Bowen, they're the two guys they go to. Obviously we're going to do a lot of work on him and do a lot of videos. Thurston unphased by Parramatta's plan.

Despite being named five eighth, Thurston again likely to start the match at halfback putting him up against blue and gold whizz kid Tim Smith. Calls for the young halfback to run the ball more in attack shot down by his coach. He's set up that many tries and scored quite a few himself and we have finished as minor premiers.

I'm not sure why he needs to change too much. Meanwhile, the ARL is furious with former Test captain and NRL board member Gorden Tallis' comments that Darren Lockyer should stand down from the Tri-Nations tour Adam Hawse, Ten News. Premiership glory is within sight for the Wests Tigers, and play-maker Benji Marshall says he's no longer protecting his weaker right shoulder. The 20-year-old risks further damage but warns in defence, he'll be going as hard as as the rest of them. At times, Benji Marshall is at pains with his right shoulder. This flashy five-eighth refuses to let on

and, with a premiership just two wins away,

Marshall has decided defensively it's now or never. A few weeks back I was holding back and you could see it on the field a bit. Mate, I just gotta go out like every game in my last, if it goes, it goes, you know. Whatever happens, happens. After viewing video footage of his defensive technique earlier in the season, Marshall made some changes. One being commitment. His new-found desperation pulling the Tigers together. The courage that he shows is truly inspirational and the team can draw strength from that.

The Dragons aren't going to bother about targeting Marshall's crook shoulder. If you try to pick on him, he cuts you up bad, so won't pick on him too much, I don't think. St George Illawarra hold a massive crowd advantage on Saturday night, with tickets sold prior to the Tigers advancing. There will be a lot of Dragons fans so we're not complaining. But the Tiger Army certainly are. We're upset, a lot of our friends have been crying, everyone is ringing each other to try and get tickets.

They supported the club and I feel we've let them down now. We are apologising but we are saying our hands are tied on this one.

Even the golden boy who has family and friends flying in from NZ Melbourne and the Gold Coast can't provide the goods. I just asked Noycie for a few extra tickets and he said how many. And I said 24 and you should have seen the look on his face, ha, ha. Rob Canning, Ten News. Sydney Swans skipper Barry Hall's hopes of playing in the Grand Final hang in the balance, and his team-mates and coach have been waiting and hoping too. Senior players are trying to keep everyone's minds focused on the job at hand. Swans fans turned on a great reception for heroes as they when through their paces at the SCG this afternoon. Star forward Barry Hall conspicuous in his absence, but according to coach Paul Roos, the drama surrounding his possible suspension isn't disrupting his team's preparations from their first Grand Final in nine years. To be honest, it gets out of the way tonight and it shouldn't be any distraction at all. Adam Goodes ready to step in to Hall's position should he be suspended tonight. I'm prepared to go anywhere. Wherever Roosy wants me play. Last night, the Hall showed just what a good season he had when he came equal 5th in the Brownlow Medal. But it was little consolation to the star forward who is only thinking of playing on Saturday.

As a young bloke, you think it's

going to happen again. We going to happen again. We had As a young bloke, you think it's going to happen again. We had a good good side going to happen again. We had a good side with going to happen again. We had a good side with St going to happen again. We had a good side with St Kilda going to happen again. We had a good side with St Kilda but unfortunately never unfortunately never did. good side with St Kilda but unfortunately never did. So

good side with St Kilda but unfortunately never did. So to good side with St Kilda but unfortunately never did. So to be 28

unfortunately never did. So to be 28 now unfortunately never did. So to be 28 now and unfortunately never did. So to be 28 now and I unfortunately never did. So to be 28 now and I was unfortunately never did. So to be 28 now and I was 19 unfortunately never did. So to be 28 now and I was 19 at unfortunately never did. So to be 28 now and I was 19 at that unfortunately never did. So to be 28 now and I was 19 at that stage, to 28 now and I was 19 at that stage, to play 28 now and I was 19 at that stage, to play in 28 now and I was 19 at that stage, to play in a

28 now and I was 19 at that stage, to play in a Grand 28 now and I was 19 at that stage, to play in a Grand Final 28 now and I was 19 at that stage, to play in a Grand Final is 28 now and I was 19 at that stage, to play in a Grand Final is pretty special, to play in a Grand Final is pretty special, they're to play in a Grand Final is pretty special, they're hard to play in a Grand Final is pretty special, they're hard to to play in a Grand Final is pretty special, they're hard to come to play in a Grand Final is pretty special, they're hard to come by. The Brownlow won by West Coast captain Ben Cousins ahead of team-mate Daniel Kerr. That duo will combine with last year's winner Chris Judd to provide Paul Roos' men with a massive headache on Saturday.

It's a bit similar like to when Brisbane won their Brisbane won their Premiership. It's a bit similar like to when Brisbane won their Premiership. It

Brisbane won their Premiership. It was built around the midfield and

it's the same with the Eagles. Neil Cordy, Ten News. Heads have rolled in the Australian cricket team after they lost the Ashes. Batsman Damien Martyn axed from the Test side, and it seems Matthew Hayden's one-day international career is over. A billion cricket lovers will watch Australia play the Rest of the World next month. They won't see Damien Martyn in action. Stuart MacGill, Glenn McGrath, Ricky Ponting.

After six Test tons in an outstanding 2004, Australia's number four has paid the price for averaging less than 20 in the Ashes series. Certainly it wasn't made lightly, but in light of what happened in England, and the performances in England, just thought there needed to be a change. Victorian batsman Brad Hodge now poised for Test cricket's toughest debut. 34 next month, Martyn's been retained in the one-day squad and his best mate refuses to believe his 61-Test career is over. You know, he's been dropped before and he's come back and been successful.

I'm certain Marto will be back to show some more people that he's good enough. The international careers of Jason Gillespie and Michael Kapsrowicz also in tatters with Stuart MacGill and all-rounder Shane Watson in line for Test berths. Matthew Hayden's opening spot is up for grabs in the one-dayers. Queensland all-rounder James Hopes and Blues left-armer Nathan Bracken preparing to take on the most daunting batting line-up in world cricket. It is an amazing thought to knock over Lara and then Tendulkar and you've got Kallis and Flintoff and guys like that coming in. So looking forward to it, it's gonna be an awesome experience. Tania Armstrong, Ten News. Barry Hall's Tribunal hearing will get underway shortly in Melbourne and the Swans are throwing everything at it. Rob Waters joins us and what sort of mood were Barry and the team in when they arrived?

A determined sort of a mood. They weren't A determined sort of a mood. They weren't saying A determined sort of a mood. They A determined sort of a mood. They weren't saying much. They said

absolutely weren't saying much. They said absolutely nothing weren't saying much. They said absolutely nothing as weren't saying much. They said absolutely nothing as Barry weren't saying much. They said absolutely nothing as Barry Hall and absolutely nothing as Barry Hall

absolutely nothing as Barry Hall and the high-powered legal team arrived and the high-powered legal team

and the high-powered legal team arrived very stoney-faced into

the Telstra Dome which is the AFL

head the Telstra Dome which is the AFL

the Telstra Dome which is the AFL head quarterers and where tonight's

tribunal will be held. And that

will determine whether or not the

Sydney captain plays or not in the

biggest game of his career since he

left St Kilda. He is the skipper of

the Swans and I reckon this is the

biggest tribunal case probably in

AFL biggest tribunal case probably in AFL history biggest tribunal case probably in AFL history in biggest tribunal case probably in AFL history in 50 biggest tribunal case probably in biggest tribunal case probably in AFL history in 50 years. John Coalman AFL history in 50 years. John

AFL history in 50 years. John Coalman one of the legends was

rubbed out of a Grand Final 50

years ago and this is probably as

important as that. If it fails, God

forbid, is there a plan B for the Swans? forbid, is there a plan B for the Swans? Very forbid, is there a plan B for the

forbid, is there a plan B for the Swans? Very much so. If he doesn't

Swans? Very much so. If he doesn't get a result in the favour tonight,

get a result in the favour tonight, it will go to an appeal. You

suspect it will go to an appeal. You suspect it it will go to an appeal. You

it will go to an appeal. You suspect it would be most likely

suspect it would be most likely held tomorrow. If that fails, I reckon held tomorrow. If that fails, I

held tomorrow. If that fails, I reckon we're off to the courts. The word reckon we're off to the courts. The word out reckon we're off to the courts. The word out of reckon we're off to the courts. The word out of Sydney reckon we're off to the courts. The word out of Sydney is reckon we're off to the courts. The word out of Sydney is very

reckon we're off to the courts. The word out of Sydney is very strong

word out of Sydney is very strong that if they have no other option

in a football sense, they will take it in a football sense, they will take it to in a football sense, they will take it to the in a football sense, they will take it to the supreme in a football sense, they will take it to the supreme court in a football sense, they will take

in a football sense, they will take it to the supreme court as they did in

it to the supreme court as they did in 1996 that enabled Andrew

Dunkley to play against the Kangaroos Dunkley to play against the Kangaroos all Dunkley to play against the Kangaroos all those

Dunkley to play against the Kangaroos all those years Dunkley to play against the Kangaroos all those years ago. Dunkley to play against the Kangaroos all those years ago. If Hall Kangaroos all those years ago. If Hall doesn't Kangaroos all those years ago. If Hall doesn't get

Kangaroos all those years ago. If Hall doesn't get off Kangaroos all those years ago. If Hall doesn't get off tonne Kangaroos all those years ago. If Hall doesn't get off tonne - Kangaroos all those years ago. If Hall doesn't get off tonne - and

Kangaroos all those years ago. If Hall doesn't get off tonne - and I think Hall doesn't get off tonne - and I think he Hall doesn't get off tonne - and I think he has Hall doesn't get off tonne - and I think he has a Hall doesn't get off tonne - and I think he has a good Hall doesn't get off tonne - and I think he has a good chance Hall doesn't get off tonne - and I

Hall doesn't get off tonne - and I think he has a good chance of it. I

would rate it as a would rate it as a 50-50 think he has a good chance of it. I would rate it as a 50-50 chance. think he has a good chance of it. I would rate it as a 50-50 chance. If he would rate it as a 50-50 chance. If he doesn't would rate it as a 50-50 chance. If he doesn't get would rate it as a 50-50 chance. If he doesn't get it, would rate it as a 50-50 chance. If he doesn't get it, we're would rate it as a 50-50 chance. If he doesn't get it, we're off would rate it as a 50-50 chance. If he doesn't get it, we're off to would rate it as a 50-50 chance. If he doesn't get it, we're off to the

courts again. Champion Barcelona midfielder Ronaldinho has been voted the world's best footballer at a glitzy function in London. 38,000 professional footballers cast their vote in a secret ballot, and Australia's own A-list star turned out. Sydney FC owner and actor Anthony La Paglia adamant Australia's move to the Asian Federation will boost our World Cup hopes in the long run. I don't think FIFA could make it any more difficult for Australia to qualify if they tried, unless they just had us play Brazil and get it over and done with. Overnight, Arsenal picked up the pace in the English Premier League, two headers from defender Sol Campbell securing a 2-0 win over Everton. But Aussie Tim Cahill still isn't impressing club bosses - yellow carded after an indifferent start to the season. And later in Sports Tonight - of course, the wash-up from Barry Hall's tribunal appearance and Glenn McGrath talks about the many challenges that await the Australian cricket team.

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106 Traffic Helicopter. What is happening at north Parramatta?

We've found plenty We've found plenty of happening at north Parramatta? We've found plenty of traffic

happening at north Parramatta? We've found plenty of traffic west

bound along James Ruse Drive. There

was a break down at the intersection. intersection. We're was a break down at the intersection. We're flying was a break down at the intersection. We're flying over was a break down at the intersection. We're flying over the junction intersection. We're flying over the junction that intersection. We're flying over the junction that heads intersection. We're flying over the junction that heads into intersection. We're flying over the junction that heads into Winston Hills junction that heads into Winston Hills and junction that heads into Winston Hills and Windsor junction that heads into Winston Hills and Windsor Road. junction that heads into Winston Hills and Windsor Road. You junction that heads into Winston Hills and Windsor Road. You can junction that heads into Winston Hills and Windsor Road. You can see

from Hills and Windsor Road. You can see from the Hills and Windsor Road. You can see from the pictures, Hills and Windsor Road. You can see from the pictures, traffic Hills and Windsor Road. You can see from the pictures, traffic crawling there

from the pictures, traffic crawling there into from the pictures, traffic crawling there into Sydney's from the pictures, traffic crawling there into Sydney's north-west.

Other there into Sydney's north-west. Other than there into Sydney's north-west. Other than that, there into Sydney's north-west. Other than that, Sydney's there into Sydney's north-west. Other than that, Sydney's traffic has Other than that, Sydney's traffic has been Other than that, Sydney's traffic has been light Other than that, Sydney's traffic has been light this Other than that, Sydney's traffic has been light this evening Other than that, Sydney's traffic has been light this evening with Other than that, Sydney's traffic has been light this evening with a good has been light this evening with a good run has been light this evening with a good run over has been light this evening with a good run over the has been light this evening with a good run over the Spit has been light this evening with a good run over the Spit Bridge has been light this evening with a good run over the Spit Bridge to

Sydney's Northern Beaches and no

problems in the Harbour Bridge

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