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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Tonight - a sea of red and white. for the Swans. Sydney's rousing reception

CHEERING The new price pain - rising fuel costs hit the family food budget. And the hunt for a killer - in their secluded home. a Sydney couple found dead

and Jessica Rowe. Ten News with Ron Wilson

Good evening.

of illegal weapons Also tonight - the staggering haul

seized in Sydney's south. And into the Tigers' Den -

ahead of Sunday's big game. the true fans out in force But first this evening - in a sea of red and white. Sydney drenched

to hail the mighty Swans. The city coming to a standstill More than 30,000 fans turning out 72 years in the making. for a victory parade

It was raining red and white in

Sydney today. The joy at the Swans

ending a 72-year premiership

drought pouring out onto drought pouring out onto the ending a 72-year premiership

streets. Go Swannies! It's

fantastic, the weather is great.

This thing's not bad either. And

it's good for the game, Sydney

embracing it? Definitely a rugby

league town and the

league town and the people got embracing it? Definitely a rugby

behind it. We got a lot of support

from them and we'd from them and

from them and we'd like to thank behind it. We got a lot of support from them and we'd like to behind it. We got a lot of support from them and we'd like behind it. We got a lot of support

everyone. What will you do with the

keys to the city? Not sure.

Thousands lining George keys to the city? Not sure. Thousands lining

Thousands lining George Street to keys to the city? Not sure. Thousands lining George Street keys to the city? Not sure.

Thousands lining George Street to share

share their thoughts with the Thousands lining George Street to

heroes. You did did a bloody great job.

heroes. You did did a bloody great job. We love them heroes. You did did a bloody great job. We love heroes. You did did a bloody great job. We heroes. You did did a bloody great

job. We love them and want to say heroes. You did did a bloody great

thanks for bringing the first premiership in premiership in 82 thanks for bringing the first

premiership in 82 years. You thanks for bringing the first premiership in 82 years. thanks for bringing the first

premiership in 82 years. You here to give to premiership in 82 years. You here thanks for bringing the first

premiership in 82 years. You here to give the Swannies a premiership in 82 years. You here to give the Swannies premiership in 82 years. You here to give the

Yeah. to give the Swannies a hand today? premiership in 82 years. You here

to give the Swannies a hand today? Yeah. Are to give the Swannies a hand today?

Yeah. Are you going to say to give the Swannies a hand today? your Yeah. Are you going to say this is to give the Swannies a hand today?

your doing? I was fortunate Yeah. Are you going to say this is your doing? I was Yeah. Are you going to say this is your doing? I Yeah. Are you going to say this is your doing?

to take the your doing? I was fortunate enough to take your doing? I was fortunate enough to your doing? I was fortunate enough Yeah. Are you going to say this is

to take the most timely mark your doing? I was fortunate enough to take the most timely your doing? I was fortunate enough to take the most your doing? I was fortunate enough

to take the most timely mark of the your doing? I was fortunate enough to take the most timely mark of your doing? I was fortunate enough

day. Maybe if day. Maybe if there was another to take the most timely mark of the day. Maybe if there was to take the most timely mark of the day. Maybe if there to take the most timely mark of the

minute to go, day. Maybe if there was another minute to day. Maybe if there was another minute

be minute to go, we probably wouldn't day. Maybe if there was another minute to go, we probably day. Maybe if there was another minute to go, we day. Maybe if there was another

minute to go, we probably wouldn't

minute to go, we probably wouldn't be talking. The biggest

day be talking. The biggest cheer of the minute to go, we probably wouldn't be talking. The biggest cheer of minute to go, we probably wouldn't be talking. The biggest cheer

day was reserved for be talking. The biggest cheer of the day was reserved be talking. The biggest cheer of the day was be talking. The biggest cheer of the

day was reserved for the coach and be talking. The biggest cheer of the day was reserved for the coach be talking. The biggest cheer of the day was reserved for the be talking. The biggest cheer of the

captain and that cup. day was reserved for the coach and captain and that day was reserved for the coach and captain and day was reserved for the coach and captain

Even the CHEERING Even CHEERING

Even the gods were smiling on CHEERING Even the gods were smiling CHEERING Even the gods were CHEERING Even the gods CHEERING

Even the gods were smiling on the CHEERING

Swans. At Even the gods were smiling on the Swans.

Swans. At the Town Hall, Even the gods were smiling on the Swans. At the Town Even the gods were smiling on the Swans. At the Even the gods were smiling on the

duties, including Swans. At the Town Hall, official Even the gods were smiling on the

duties, including the handing over Swans. At the Town Hall, official duties, including the handing Swans. At the Town Hall, official duties, including the

of the duties, including the handing over of

duties, including the handing over of the keys to duties, including the handing over of the keys duties, including the handing over

of the keys to the city. duties, including the handing over APPLAUSE of the keys to the city. APPLAUSE AND of the keys to the city. APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

But APPLAUSE AND CHEERING But there's APPLAUSE AND CHEERING But there's only APPLAUSE AND CHEERING But there's only so APPLAUSE AND CHEERING But there's only so much APPLAUSE AND CHEERING But there's only so much flag

waving a waving a fan But there's only so much flag waving a fan can But there's only so much flag waving a fan can do. But there's only so much flag waving a fan can do. The But there's only so much flag waving a fan can do. The crowds

wanted to wanted to touch waving a fan can do. The crowds wanted to touch their waving a fan can do. The crowds wanted to touch their heroes waving a fan can do. The crowds wanted to touch their heroes and more. wanted to touch their heroes and more. What wanted to touch their heroes and more. What do wanted to touch their heroes and more. What do you wanted to touch their heroes and more. What do you make wanted to touch their heroes and more. What do you make of wanted to touch their heroes and more. What do you make of that?

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Angela Bishop, Ten News. Consumers are starting to pay dearly for higher fuel prices without going anywhere near the petrol pumps. Milk is going up to cover transport costs with other products set to follow. The increases announced by the giant Dairy Farmers co-operative

take effect next week.

Farmers are angry the price of milk is being increased to meet spiralling fuel costs

and yet they're unlikely to share in the price hike. The price of milk will jump by 16 cents to $2.18 a litre, with cheese and yoghurt also going up. By comparison, farmers receive just 32 cents a litre and haven't had an increase for several years. The cost of our inputs that come in grain, hay and fertiliser,

And there's a lot of frustrate on the milk after the milk after it

And there's a lot of frustrate on the milk after it leaves And there's a lot of frustrate on the milk after it leaves the And there's a lot of frustrate on the milk after it leaves the farm. Farmers will now start lobbying for more money to recover their costs. If there is justification to increase the price, well, it needs to be transparent,

so the consumer can see the increase is getting fairly spread through the supply chain. The big jump in the cost of fuel is tipped to push up the price of almost everything we consume, including meat, which could be going up by around 10%. Prices for basic commodities, like fruit and vegetables, are also under pressure. The Government watching the increases closely. I naturally am concerned but I don't think we should panic. I don't think we should assume that everything is going to go up in price.

But economists warn of further pain ahead. We are seeing now that inflation's going to go above the RBA's target range and that means only one thing for interest rates, and it's that they're likely to go up at some stage. The market tipping a 0.25% rise in December. John Hill, Ten News.

There's also been a rise in the cost of health care.

Not only is the Government paying much more, the out-of-pocket expenses for all Australians are growing as well. Staying healthy has never cost Australians more.

Health spending is now worth 10% of the Australian economy. We must expect health costs to go on rising because we are ageing as a population. The Institute of Health and Welfare report shows Australia spent nearly $80 billion on health last year -

nearly $4,000 a person. And our out-of-pocket expenses have risen by a staggering 5.4% a year over the past decade. After nine long years of the Howard Government, health costs for Australian households have gone up a startling 40%. Labor wants the health system overhauled. There is more than $1 billion that could be saved

if Mr Howard started working with the State premiers

for a better health system. Groups representing public health care want an end to the private health rebate and they say the popular Medicare safety net is actually forcing some costs up. Doctors are charging more because the pressure is not on them. They know the patients are being looked after through the public purse. The report shows spending on hospitals is actually down. Most groups agree the rise in out-of-pocket expenses

is because we're spending more on so-called alternative therapies. Private health insurers say

their cover means treatments like acupuncture are now more affordable, and their public counterparts agree. It is well known that as a country increases in prosperity, then people do spend more on health care. The PM is adamant our health system is still much better than that of most other countries. It's about time we stopped rubbishing it all the time

and recognised that it's a good health system. Laurel Irving, Ten News. A double murder mystery on the outskirts of Sydney. The bodies of a retired couple found

in separate rooms of their semi-rural home. A secluded home gives up its deadly secret. Inside the small single-storey house, the decomposing bodies of 60-year-old Ian David Hughes and his 57-year-old wife, Anna. They hadn't been heard from for at least a week. People can't even see the house from the road and everything. It's very secluded, and it's very scary, actually. The couple's 29-year-old son, David, found his parents dead in separate rooms. He went to check on them last night after failed attempts to contact them by phone. At this stage, I'm not discussing injuries. The bodies are also fairly decomposed and it will require a post-mortem examination to determine that.

A small army of masked crime scene investigators has been combing the property for clues since late last night in the hope forensic evidence will identify the killer. You try and catalogue and choreograph their last movements, sighting, etc. Visitors that they may have had to the home, um, telephone records, as well as any forensic evidence - fingerprints, DNA, etc. Among the items dusted for prints, the couple's car, which neighbours say unusually hasn't moved for days. the couple's car, which neighbours say unusually hasn't moved for days. There are no signs of forced entry to the house, no broken windows or kicked-in doors. Either the victims left the house unlocked or they opened the door to their killer. Mr Hughes was a former businessman. His wife, an ex-schoolteacher. They were grandparents, hoping to spend their retirement in semi-rural tranquillity. Shaun Fewings, Ten News. Four teenagers convicted of killing a Sydney man will be out of jail as early as next month, as early as next month,

after an appeals court upheld their sentences. The boys were imprisoned for between four and five years for the manslaughter of 19-year-old Kurt Smith in 2002. He was set upon while walking to a party,

punched to the ground, kicked and run into a telegraph pole. The Director of Public Prosecutions appealed his attackers' sentences, saying they were too lenient. But the State's highest court today found no error in law.

Bill Woods joins us. Bill, just two more sleeps till the big clash. Jess, some of them might have trouble sleeping, because the Sunday they've wanted for such a long time is finally here. Tigers and Cowboys fans going to great lengths to prove their loyalty.

There are fair weather fans and then there are the truly dedicated.

This shrine to the Tigers is Wilma Brinicat's. I think because I was born and bred in Balmain, I've been watching them since I was about five years of age. I go to every game. Because they are a really committed team, they're passionate. They are really loyal to their fans.

And for her efforts, Wilma's picked up a prize for Best Tigers Den around Balmain.

A frock-up, darling, you going to some shows and the best hotel in Sydney. Across the Gladesville Bridge, the Payne family is making quite an impact. Living on a main road means plenty of people have noticed their handiwork. Oh, it's been really good. Tigers supporters coming up to the home and wishing us well. to the home and wishing us well. Among the decorations is a 40-year-old Tiger and flags and footballs older than Brendan. Newspaper fans are buying up big. Throughout the season, the Tigers shop will sell around $400 worth of gear a week. The busiest day this week, it was $50,000 in just one day. Many of our troops stationed in Iraq are based in Townsville. So there's plenty of support for the Cowboys.

Go the Cowboys. And two lonely Tigers. We really want to see the Tigers get up this weekend and absolutely flog the Cowboys. That's shared across most of Sydney. Kevin Wilde, Ten News. Now, it's a matter of whether one of Wests Tigers stars will get to play. What a week it's been for Pat Richards - today he sweated on the latest medical report on his ankle, tomorrow he must run to prove his fitness. tomorrow he must run to prove his fitness. He'll talk about his chances in sport. Plus, we'll have reaction to the Tigers skipper being sick. And more on the Grand final shortly, including a Tigers great

on who he's tipping to star in the decider. Still to come, calls for croc hunting to be allowed after a spate of fatal attacks.

Also tonight - sinister seizure - the staggering array of illegal weapons disguised as toys. And 23 million reasons to lie - the incredible stories told to grab Australia's largest unclaimed lottery prize. We'll have that story later this news hour.

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Three fatal crocodile attacks in six weeks have prompted demands for the lifting of Australia's ban on trophy hunting. The latest victim was a professional Northern Territory diver. A routine dive turned to tragedy

when Russell Butel was taken by a 4m salt water croc.

Two gentlemen were diving there and one

and one reported Two gentlemen were diving there

Two gentlemen were diving there and one reported that the other one,

he'd and one reported that the other one,

and one reported that the other one, he'd seen disappear and there was a large he'd seen disappear and there was a large croc he'd seen disappear and there was a large croc near he'd seen disappear and there was a large croc near by. The 55-year-old was working, diving for aquarium fish on the Cobourg Peninsula, about 150km north-east of Darwin, when the reptile grabbed him.

We conducted a search of the area and We conducted a search of the area and we We conducted a search of the area and we found We conducted a search of the area and we found the We conducted a search of the area

We conducted a search of the area and we found the body of We conducted a search of the area and we found the body of the We conducted a search of the area and we found the body of the second diver. It's the second fatal croc attack in the Top End this week. The body of 37-year-old Russell Harris was found on Sunday morning. The British tourist had been snorkelling off a remote island in Arnhem Land. Rangers trying to track down the killer crocs have called off their search. They say it's impossible to identify the individual animals involved.

The whole coastline here is fairly well The whole coastline here is fairly well populated The whole coastline here is fairly well populated with The whole coastline here is fairly well populated with crocodiles. The latest deaths have led to renewed calls to end a 33-year ban

on hunting crocs in the Northern Territory. Trophy hunters want permission to kill up to 25 salties each year, but it's up to Canberra to lift the ban. Last month Townsville man, Barry Jefferies, was taken by a crocodile in a Far North Queensland waterhole.

Some of his remains found this week. Chloe Baker, Ten News. Customs has seized one of the largest collections of illegal weapons ever smuggled into Australia. There's concern some of the weapons, disguised as toys, have already been sold. These are among over 1,000 weapons that somehow made it past Australia's border controls. Over 4,000 knives and daggers, disguised as everything from the Eiffel Tower to Egyptian mummies.

200 electric shock stun guns disguised as torches. It's one of Australia's largest ever collections of illegal weapons, seized by Customs officers during raids on five Sydney properties. But it's likely some have already made it on to our streets. We're trying to determine how many of these items have entered Australia and potentially how many have actually eluded us actually eluded us at this point in time. Customs officers first became suspicious when they X-rayed a shipment of so-called novelty goods imported from China in August. Among toys, they found pistol crossbows and blowpipes.

Customs officers say all these weapons can kill.

Unfortunately, some people purchase them for criminal activity. Some people purchase them for personal protection, but either way, the goods are illegal.

Hundreds of replica fire arms too. This is a lighter - still illegal. If someone pointed it at you in a hold-up, it would be likely to look very real. Several people are expected to be charged. And to prove this is far from a game, the penalties for importing these types of weapons are tough. Offenders could face fines of up to $275,000 and 10 years in jail. Jacinta Hocking, Ten News. A chilling prediction from NSW Police - 132 people will die on our roads before Christmas.

It's hoped the frightening statistic will force motorists heading away this long weekend to slow down and take care on the roads. Double demerit points began at midnight and are in force until Monday night. Operation Slowdown will be targeting drink driving, speeding, seatbelts and driver fatigue. when the price of two city tolls increases tomorrow. A trip through the Eastern Distributor's northbound will now cost $4.50 - a rise of 50 cents. And the Cross City Tunnel will also go up just weeks after opening, rising to at least $3.56 one way. The State Government's strict new planning ideas for Sydney Harbour

are finally law tonight, guaranteeing the protection of our city's foreshore forever. The move is set to fast-track a bid

to get the Opera House on the World Heritage List. The Opera House may be the jewel in Sydney Harbour's crown, but both the Federal and State Governments

now want the world to acknowledge it with World Heritage listing. It's Sydney's greatest man-made icon. Its bid boosted today Its bid boosted today by the long-awaited gazetting of the State Government's Sydney Harbour Regional Environmental Plan. The aim is to create a buffer zone around the Opera House. This would effectively force the assessment of all new developments to make sure they don't visually impact on our most famous building. Under closest scrutiny will be the northern foreshore around Kirribilli. But just how far back the buffer zone will go is still to be determined. It's due to come into force by January next year, a month before the formal heritage listing application. The whole theme of the regional plan is protecting views and access. Initially announced earlier this year, the Regional Environmental Plan will list guidelines for harbour development, guarantee Sydney's future as a working harbour

and list a series of protected sites, including Garden Island, Middle Head and Manly's fairy penguin habitat.

On a beautiful day like today, we're protecting Sydney Harbour. Paul Mullins, Ten News.

Time for a check of the weather.

Time for a check of the weather. Tim Bailey, the whole city's turned into the Tiger town. into the Tiger town. Weather

Tim Bailey, the whole city's turned into the Tiger town. Weather you're

watching, this is not going to be

controlled. Round of applause,

please, for the big Tiger. APPLAUSE As

As we move across now, big round of

applause for the Magpie.

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING This APPLAUSE AND CHEERING This is APPLAUSE AND CHEERING APPLAUSE AND CHEERING This is a

This is a piece of work. This is APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

the Benji Marshall mobl.

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING APPLAUSE AND CHEERING He hasn't APPLAUSE AND CHEERING He

He hasn't seen this car and I'm not APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

sure it's roadworthy, but the man

who put it together is a friend of sure it's roadworthy, but the man Benji's. APPLAUSE Benji's.

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Benji's.

Never seen a

Never seen a car looking better. APPLAUSE AND CHEERING You You played touch football with Never seen a car looking better. Never seen a car looking better. You played Never seen a car looking better.

Benji? Yeah, good friend. Sh is a

shrine to him? Yes. You followed

Wests all your life? Yes. I'm rapt.

You are. Benji hasn't seen the car yet. What You are. Benji hasn't seen the car yet.

yet. What do we think You are. Benji hasn't seen the car You are. Benji hasn't seen the car

yet. What do we think of it? You are. Benji hasn't seen the car

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Ladies and gentlemen, the APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Ladies and gentlemen, APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Ladies and APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Ladies

Ladies and gentlemen, the Balmain APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

Tiger. Weatherwise, tomorrow 25 degrees. degrees. The

degrees. The Grand Final, 27 Tiger. Weatherwise, tomorrow 25 Tiger. Weatherwise, tomorrow 25 degrees. The Grand Tiger. Weatherwise, tomorrow 25

degrees at Homebush during the day,

fine, sunny, then the sun fine, sunny, then the sun goes fine, sunny, then the sun goes down, degrees at Homebush during the day,

the night-time Grand Final, 7:00, 20 degrees and the night-time Grand Final, 7:00, 20 degrees the night-time Grand Final, 7:00, 20

20 degrees and then a the night-time Grand Final, 7:00, 20 degrees and then

20 degrees and then a Wests Tigers' the night-time Grand Final, 7:00, 20 degrees and then a Wests the night-time Grand Final, 7:00,

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING premiership!

I'll see you I'll see

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I'll see you again it I can APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I'll see you again it I APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I'll see you again it APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I'll see you again APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

I'll see you again it I can live to APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I'll see you again it I can live

tell the story. I'll see you again it I can live to tell the I'll see you again it I can live to tell

who towed a woman's vehicle Next - the over-zealous car clampers

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of his private phone number following the leak

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Vic Lorusso on Time to check on the traffic with

Vic Lorusso on the Mix traffic Time to check on the traffic with

helicopter. Ahead of a long weekend,

I can only guess what the traffic will I can only guess what the traffic

will be like. Yeah. Before we took I can only guess what the traffic

off, we went towards the F3, will be like. Yeah. Before we took

thought the traffic would be

delayed heading to Gosford and a

minor accident contributed to minor accident contributed to northbound

northbound traffic we can see minor accident contributed to

barely moving toward the Central northbound traffic we can see

Coast. Motorists are doing 5km . Keep Coast. Motorists are doing 5km . barely moving toward the Central

Keep in mind, if you are Keep in mind, if you are leaving Coast. Motorists are doing 5km .

until Monday. later on, double demerit points until later on, double demerit points Keep in mind, if you are leaving

until Monday. We'll look later on, double demerit points

until Monday. We'll look at the later on, double demerit points later on, double demerit points

traffic out towards

Highlands. traffic out towards the Southern until Monday. We'll look at the traffic out towards the until Monday. We'll look at the

A Gold Coast woman has taken a stand towed for parking illegally. for everyone who's ever had their car

a call for help from Julie Wilson. Three police crews responded to

in a tow-away zone, She admits to parking but when over-zealous clampers and towing her car, started jacking up

she decided to stay put. or we tow you away," They said, "We want $250 cash

and I said, "I know my rights." can't tow you away, but they did. If you're sitting in your car they

No charges have been laid. has escalated sharply, The bushfire emergency in California

mass evacuations. with authorities ordering Thousands of homes are under threat

battle to contain the flames. as exhausted firefighters are fanning the flames Wild desert winds the Californian mountainside. as they roar through The already massive fire front

has more than doubled in size in the past few hours

and is now burning across 7,000 hectares and heading straight for homes. In its path - entire suburbs containing multimillion-dollar mansions. It's horrible. I'm homeless. God, I can't believe it. 64 years old and I don't have a home. Firefighters have saved 2,000 homes but weren't able to stop flames destroying a rocket-engine test lab used by NASA. As the giant wall of fire rages further out of control,

authorities have launched a nonstop bombardment from the air in support of ground crews. But a combination of strong winds, high temperatures and low humidity is making it a losing battle. In 48 hours, they've contained only a small portion of the fire and mandatory evacuations have been declared in several areas. Firefighters are on the line for upwards of 24-48 hours. But we'll be on this line until the fire is out. There are now growing fears the fire could turn towards the coast and roar through the celebrity-packed beachfront community of Malibu just 15km away. The weather is unpredictable in these parts and everybody needs to be on guard. This is far from over at this time. Choking smoke is hanging over the city of L.A. No-one's sure how the massive fire started. In Los Angeles, Leisa Goddard-Roles, Ten News. The Englishman who murdered two young school girls then pleaded for help to find their killer has been jailed for 40 years. Ian Huntley was convicted of murdering 10-year-olds Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman after luring them into his house at the girls' Cambridgeshire school where he was caretaker. The girls' families listened in silence, afterwards issuing a statement through police. But make no mistake, we hope that Ian Huntley spends the rest of his natural life in prison. Huntley is now under tight security in prison for his own safety. The Melbourne Demons' memorial to their lost mate Troy Broadbridge, who died in the Boxing Day tsunami, has been unveiled in Thailand. The footballer's young widow describing it as one of her happiest moments. After the heartache of losing a husband, Trisha Broadbridge took comfort in the happy faces of the local children. It was thoughts of them that spurred her on to build a centre honouring her husband, Troy Broadbridge, killed by the wave while the couple were on their honeymoon. By teaming up with the tough men of footy Troy called his mates, her dream has been achieved. Today is the happiest I've been since I lost Troy

and even can compare to my wedding day. With new computers and messages from Australia on the walls, the months of work have come to an end. I think everyone feels really positive about being part of this footy club and being part of this team, this group of guys. I think everyone definitely feels special just being part of the group. Never seen Troy's team-mates act in this sort of way and it's just amazing that we've been able to give them an experience that they won't forget. And they've even managed to sway the allegiances of the local children.

CHEERING The centre's teacher says she's overwhelmed by the generosity.

Trisha plans to return to the island Trisha plans to return to the island every Trisha plans to return to the island every year Trisha plans to return to the island every year to Trisha plans to return to the island every year to teach Trisha plans to return to the island every year to teach the

children, but she also hopes island every year to teach the children, but she also hopes what's

been achieved here will inspire

others to support the Broadbridge

fund and also Thailand. And after

all the hard work by the players,

one last gift . A different shaped

ball and fancy footwork by the

Thais proving chaling. ball and fancy footwork by the

the terms of federal governments. Still to come, the plan to increase

stories people have told Also tonight - the far-fetched And she's got the look - the 14-year-old country girl being hailed as modelling's next big thing.

Time for another check of the

weather. Tim Bailey, I want you to

roar like a Tiger! I'll leave roar like a Tiger! I'll leave that weather. Tim Bailey, I want you to

to a few other people. Doing it

live from Wests Ashfield league

club. Little thing on Sunday called

a Grand Final. You aware of that? APPLAUSE

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING a Grand Final. You aware of that? APPLAUSE AND a Grand Final. You aware of that?

If you happen to win the Grand APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

Final, you're going to go... CHEERING

I thought there was a bit of that. CHEERING

You're clearly not norpbl, sir. We

sort of get that idea. It was you? sort of get that idea. It was you? You normally sort of get that idea. It was you? You

sort of get that idea. It was you? You normally dress in sort of get that idea. It was you? You normally dress

You normally dress in the Mascot. sort of get that idea. It was you?

They've done $80,000 worth of You normally dress in the Mascot.

T-shirts and jerseys this week. Big round

round of support. The map of NSW. T-shirts and jerseys this week. Big

Saturday in Sydney, 25 degrees, fine

fine and sunny. Grand Final day in Saturday in Sydney, 25 degrees, fine and sunny. Grand Final day in Sydney,

degrees for kick Sydney, 27 degrees, about 20 fine and sunny. Grand Final day in

degrees for kick off degrees for kick off and we'll do Sydney, 27 degrees, about 20 degrees for kick off and we'll Sydney, 27 degrees, about 20 degrees for kick off and Sydney, 27 degrees, about 20

it live from Wests degrees for kick off and we'll do club. it live from Wests Ashfield league degrees for kick off and we'll do

Top stories this news hour -

on the outskirts of Sydney. a murder mystery

of a retired couple Police hunting the killer

found in their secluded home. and his 57-year-old wife, Anna, 60-year-old Ian Hughes last night. were discovered by their son

for a week. No-one had heard from them for rising fuel costs, Consumers are paying the price

and not just at the pump. with other groceries set to follow. Milk is going up,

are being blamed. Higher transport costs

And a sea of red and white in Sydney to hail the mighty Swans. as the city stopped More than 30,000 fans turning out honouring the grand final heroes. for the victory parade

is playing down reports The Prime Minister

he could try to increase the time can spend in office. a federal government

may look at extending terms There's speculation Mr Howard this time around. from three to four years

But any change to the law at the next election. would require a referendum I'm not certain, incidentally, by both sides of politics that even if it were supported

in favour of 4-year terms. that people would vote

are the way to go in the future. Labor agrees 4-year terms market took a battering today. Finance, and the Australian share

have been out in force again. it seems shoppers

Consumers are spending more on

Consumers are spending more on decking out our homes Consumers are spending more on decking out our Consumers are spending more on decking out Consumers are spending more on decking

decking out our homes with fewer Consumers are spending more on decking out our homes with

thanture, but decking out our homes with fewer thanture,

thanture, but less on decking out our homes with fewer thanture, but less decking out our homes with fewer

like thanture, but less on luxury goods decking out our homes with fewer thanture, but less on luxury decking out our homes with fewer

like jewellery, cafes and thanture, but less on luxury goods like jewellery, cafes thanture, but less on luxury goods like jewellery, thanture, but less on luxury goods

restaurants. restaurants. Overall, like jewellery, cafes and

were restaurants. Overall, retail sales like jewellery, cafes and restaurants. Overall, retail like jewellery, cafes and

were up restaurants. Overall, retail sales

were up 0.6% restaurants. Overall, retail sales

were up 0.6% for August. restaurants. Overall, retail sales were up 0.6% for restaurants. Overall, retail sales

interesting at were up 0.6% for August. It's interesting were up 0.6% for August. It's restaurants. Overall, retail sales

interesting at the same time the were up 0.6% for August. It's interesting at the same time were up 0.6% for August. It's interesting at the same were up 0.6% for August. It's interesting at the were up 0.6% for August. It's

cost of goods is interesting at the same time the cost of goods interesting at the same time the cost of interesting at the same time the cost

cost of goods is actually interesting at the same time the

cost of goods is actually rising? interesting at the same time the

We've had inflation numbers out cost of goods is actually rising? We've had inflation numbers We've had inflation

September and We've had inflation numbers out for September We've had inflation numbers out for cost of goods is actually rising?

September and inflation rose. Some We've had inflation numbers out for September and inflation rose. We've had inflation numbers out for September and inflation We've had inflation numbers out for

of the prices from a of the prices from a did increase September and inflation rose. Some of the prices from a did

was petrol and holidays and of the prices from a did increase was petrol and holidays was petrol and

of the prices from a did increase was petrol and holidays and food and was petrol and holidays and food and vegetables. was petrol and holidays and food and vegetables. We was petrol and holidays and food and vegetables. We saw was petrol and holidays and food was petrol and holidays and food and vegetables. We saw price

decreases around rents and furniture, decreases around rents and furniture, but decreases around rents and furniture, but overall

decreases around rents and furniture, but overall prices decreases around rents and furniture, but overall prices are increasing. How far would you go for $23 million? Well, Powerball says they've heard it all. They're holding on tight

to Australia's biggest ever unclaimed prize, which was drawn a year ago today. The Powerball team's on stand-by to congratulate a very rich winner.

Already they've been waiting a year. The multi-millionaire might elude them, but plenty of wannabes have come out of the woodwork. (Laughs) Interesting. But we still take it seriously. In fact, 96 have tried. "The receipt blew out the window" or "The dog ate it" or perhaps "It's going through the wash". They've all been off the mark and the winners' lounge remains eerily quiet. We're still waiting for the winner to come forward and we've got the champagne on ice. The money's earning $1.3 million in annual interest put towards medical research. The winning Powerball numbers belong to someone, it's just a matter of finding them. To a lot of people they do seem familiar. I could say 1 and 7 are my two favourite football numbers because I play fullback and halfback in football, so there's two numbers for you. Wish it was me. Better go get mine just in case it's going off, eh. So, here's the cheque, for a whopping $23.3 million. All they need now is a name to fill in the blank. The only person who'll get to that is the real winner who can either produce the ticket or answer the right questions. He, or she, has another six years to come forward.

Bill Woods is back with sport and Benji Marshall gets a rap from a Tigers legend. Gary Jack gives his Grand Final prediction for League's whiz kid. Also, why the club's not too concerned about Scott Prince's dose of flu.

Plus, a Tiger's torment - Pat Richards set to find out his Grand Final fate. Freddie Flintoff arrives as a new world force.

for every room in the house.

This program is captioned live. By this time tomorrow, injured Wests Tigers winger Pat Richards will know his Grand Final fate. The 23-year-old will undergo a fitness test on his injured ankle. Rob Canning has more from the Balmain Tigers leagues club.

Bill, all week it's been hard for Pat Richards to enjoy this kind of Grand Final fever. In the back of his mind is the very real possibility of missing what would be the biggest match of his career. Today he met with the club doctor, but tomorrow he'll know his fate.

He was wearing a smile en route to yet another medical check-up this morning,

but Pat Richards is well aware that time is running out. He just sort of said it basically comes down to how I go tomorrow in the fitness test. So there's still a bit of doubt there, but there is also a bit of hope, so I'll just have to see how I perform. The Wigan-bound winger has been taking cortisone injections to reduce swelling and is likely to have pain-killing injections prior to tomorrow's run. better, better, Every day has gotten better,

there is some hope there. so we think

He's had a light jog. We don't want to push him He's had a light jog. We don't want to push He's had a light jog. We don't want to

to push him too much too early. He's had a light jog. We don't want He's had a light jog. We don't want to push him too much He's had a light jog. We don't want to push him too He's had a light jog. We don't want

We'll save it for tomorrow. to push him too much too early. has been placed on stand-by Schoolboy Shannon McDonnell tomorrow. in case Richards is ruled out he'd be a liability in defence, But he denies is as big as Patty. No, I don't think anybody to Cowboys winger Ty Williams. despite giving away 12kg in bulk

to Cowboys winger Ty Williams. despite giving away 12kg in bulk is as big as Patty. No, I don't think anybody

It would be a big challenge. is a certain starter, Tigers captain Scott Prince

setting in late yesterday. despite flu-like symptoms

Just had the flu and he's got a

young family and the kids tend to

pass the flu around pass the flu

pass the flu around to their young family and the kids tend to pass the flu around to young family and the kids tend to

parents. Just a bit run down. Went

home last night, told me he had a parents. Just a bit run down. Went

great night's sleep and great night's sleep and fighting

fit today. fit today. Tomorrow, as well as great night's sleep and fighting

Richards' fitness test, fit today. Tomorrow, as well as Richards' fitness

Richards' fitness test, both sides fit today. Tomorrow, as well as Richards' fitness test, both fit today. Tomorrow, as well as

Richards' fitness test, both sides train at Richards' fitness test, both sides train

train at Telstra Stadium. Two Richards' fitness test, both sides

sleeps to go before the big one. that formed the West Tigers, Between the two clubs

that dates back to 1908. there's a tradition

Not so the Cowboys, of firepower in their corner although they have plenty for inspiration. Queensland's home base of Coogee It was a relaxed mood at North at the shops. with players spending a day off comes in two days time, The time to fire up

and big Gorden Tallis says his best ever pregame pep talk. he's ready to give them for me last year. They were wonderful

I played my last game in Townsville bent over backwards and the Cowboys as an organisation

so I owe them. so my family was looked after, the Cowboys today confirmed In a pregame strike, Ray Cashmere to a 1-year deal. they have signed giant Tigers forward

For the seventh year in a row, premiership-winning team. the NRL will have a new

the trophy to stay in Sydney. Last year's winning captain tipping in a very close one. I'll go with the Tigers plenty of enthusiasm at the moment They're playing with

and working for each other. Maybe by a point. Grand Final lunch at Leichhardt. The Tigers holding their annual catching up with his new colleagues. 2006 recruit Keith Galloway

job Tim Sheens has done this season. Guests thoroughly impressed by the

of my great trainer Johnny Lewis, Tim Sheens reminds me

with his players. with his association and affinity as I did my trainer and still do. They really respect him, most of those on hand Not surprisingly, Wests Tigers premiership. tipping an inaugural It's going to be a tough game by about eight. but I think we'll get there I'm only tipping them by one. I think it will be that close. by former Test full-back Garry Jack. The Cowboys given a warning

to wreak havoc at Telstra Stadium. He's tipping Benji Marshall

I think his best is in front of him. Why do you say that? I just think it is.

but he'll tear them apart on Sunday. He's scored a couple of tries, Adam Hawse, Ten News. has flown in to play for the World XI Ashes hero Andrew Flintoff

Super Series one dayers against Australia in next week's

and the Test in Sydney. as the world's best all-rounder, Described by Shane Warne

by his heroics for England. Flintoff says he hasn't been changed

Not a great deal's changed. obviously, I've still got the same family, with the same lads back home, and I still knock about having a pint with. on that front. So not a great deal's changed I'm a cricketer.

the rest of the day off to recover Flintoff has been given while the other members of the team practice session. will have their first

from his nemesis, Roger Federer, Lleyton Hewitt just can't get away Switzerland with Australia today drawing

of next year's Davis Cup. in the first round

weekend at the Thailand Masters. And they're on course to meet this against Justin Gimelstob 6-4, The second seed won the first set

but lost the second 7-5. four match points. In the third he saved The game going to a tie-break, with a Gimelstob double fault. with Hewitt winning Lleyton Hewitt. UMPIRE: Game, set and match

Hewitt wins by two sets to one. from Federer, Hewitt now just two games away from Federer, Denis Gremelmayr 6-3, 6-2. who beat German qualifier

World surfing champion Andy Irons alive has kept the defence of his crown

in the Quiksilver Pro in France. with a narrow heat win Irons struggled in the 2m swell a determined effort and was lucky to stave off from New Zealand wild card Maz Quinn. I'm stoked.

to go against the world champ You don't often get a chance

and almost beat him. You can take a lot from that.

Mark Occhilupo in round four. Irons will now meet Australian

defeated fellow Aussie Lee Winkler. Occy, who will retire at tour's end, selections for Randwick tomorrow. To the tips and Michael Sullivan's

That's the day in sport. with Leigh Diffey, Later in Sports Tonight

announced, the Swans' best and fairest player plus A-League soccer and much more.

I'm looking forward to that later

tonight. Back to Vic Lorusso on the

run to Mix traffic helicopter. How's the

run to the Mix traffic helicopter. How's the run to the Southern Mix traffic helicopter. How's the run to the Southern Highlands? Mix traffic helicopter. How's the run to the Southern Highlands? It's a a slow run to the Southern Highlands? It's a slow one. run to the Southern Highlands? It's a slow one. The run to the Southern Highlands? It's a slow one. The traffic run to the Southern Highlands? It's a slow one. The traffic is run to the Southern Highlands? It's a slow one. The traffic is off run to the Southern Highlands? It's a slow one. The traffic is off the

M5 a slow one. The traffic is off the M5 and a slow one. The traffic is off the M5 and onto a slow one. The traffic is off the M5 and onto the a slow one. The traffic is off the

a slow one. The traffic is off the M5 and onto the human Highway and

moving at moving at 10km/h M5 and onto the human Highway and moving at 10km/h to M5 and onto the human Highway and moving at 10km/h to 15km/h. M5 and onto the human Highway and moving at 10km/h to 15km/h. All the

the traffic heading moving at 10km/h to 15km/h. All the traffic heading away moving at 10km/h to 15km/h. All the traffic heading away from Sydney the traffic heading away from Sydney pretty the traffic heading away from Sydney pretty much the traffic heading away from Sydney pretty much queued the traffic heading away from Sydney pretty much queued back towards

Sydney pretty much queued back towards Bankstown. There's been no

accidents or accidents or breakdowns

towards Bankstown. There's been no accidents or breakdowns on towards Bankstown. There's been no accidents or breakdowns on major roads accidents or breakdowns on major

roads heading out, accidents or breakdowns on major

accidents or breakdowns on major roads heading out, but we can expect roads heading out, but we can

expect congestion on roads heading out, but we can expect congestion on the roads heading out, but we can expect congestion on the M3, roads heading out, but we can expect congestion on the M3, M5 roads heading out, but we can expect congestion on the M3, M5 and

expect congestion on the M3, M5 and keep in mind double demerit points in

keep in mind double demerit points in place keep in mind double demerit points in place until keep in mind double demerit points in place until midnight keep in mind double demerit points in place until midnight on keep in mind double demerit points in place until midnight on Monday. Tim Bailey's back with the long weekend weather next.

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We're doing our bit for the Tigers.

We have the arm bands. Jessica's

been trying to get Tim to growl

like a Tiger. Those Cowboys ought to be running for

like a Tiger. Those Cowboys ought to be running for the hills. Tim's

not going to do that. He's going to ask not going to do that. He's going to ask Vic not going to do that. He's going to ask Vic Lorusso not going to do that. He's going to ask Vic Lorusso to not going to do that. He's going to ask Vic Lorusso to get not going to do that. He's going to not going to do that. He's going to ask Vic Lorusso to get the chopper

down here and get me out of here.

These people are not normal!

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Now, now, now there was a whole lot

of pain when Wests merged with

Balmain. It wasn't easy, of pain when Wests merged with Balmain. It wasn't easy, two football Balmain. It wasn't easy, two football teams Balmain. It wasn't easy, two football teams came Balmain. It wasn't easy, two football teams came together Balmain. It wasn't easy, two football teams came together and

right now they are on the doorstep

of history, ladies and gentlemen! CHEERING

Can I tell you about something

that's sweeping the western

suburbs? This is mouth watering,

this is bigger than a big suburbs? This is mouth watering, this is bigger than a big Mac. suburbs? This is mouth watering, this is bigger than a big Mac. This

is called the Benji burger. this is bigger than a big Mac. This is called the Benji burger. It is 1kg

1kg worth. is called the Benji burger. It is 1kg worth. A

is called the Benji burger. It is

is called the Benji burger. It is 1kg worth. A hand for the man who

invented it. They reckon they'll invented it. They reckon they'll go through

invented it. They reckon they'll go through half aton of mince with people people eating through half aton of mince with people eating these. through half aton of mince with people eating these. John through half aton of mince with people eating these. John Edwards! APPLAUSE AND CHEERING And APPLAUSE AND CHEERING And really APPLAUSE AND CHEERING And really save APPLAUSE AND CHEERING And really save your APPLAUSE AND CHEERING And really save your applause APPLAUSE AND CHEERING And really save your applause for

ladies And really save your applause for ladies you And really save your applause for ladies you can't And really save your applause for ladies you can't see. And really save your applause for And really save your applause for And really save your applause for ladies you can't see. There's one at ladies you can't see. There's one at the ladies you can't see. There's one at the back with the ladies you can't see. There's one at the back with the red ladies you can't see. There's one at the back with the red hair. ladies you can't see. There's one at the back with the red hair. They have at the back with the red hair. They

have sold $80,000 worth this at the back with the red hair. They have sold $80,000 worth this week, normally do normally do $300. have sold $80,000 worth this week, normally do $300. Big have sold $80,000 worth this week, normally do $300. Big round have sold $80,000 worth this week, normally do $300. Big round of applause.

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Right. Right. What's APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Right. What's going APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Right. What's going to APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Right. What's going to happen APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Right. What's going to happen - APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Right. What's going to happen - if you're Right. What's going to happen - if you're after Right. What's going to happen - if you're after gear, Right. What's going to happen - if you're after gear, you Right. What's going to happen - if you're after gear, you can Right. What's going to happen - if you're after gear, you can still get

you're after gear, you can still get it you're after gear, you can still

get it down here. It has you're after gear, you can still get it down here. It has been

printed get it down here. It has been printed and get it down here. It has been printed and sold get it down here. It has been printed and sold as get it down here. It has been printed and sold as fast

get it down here. It has been printed and sold as fast as get it down here. It has been printed and sold as fast as it get it down here. It has been printed and sold as fast as it can.

What about What about that? printed and sold as fast as it can. What about that? Everything printed and sold as fast as it can. What about that? Everything from car What about that? Everything from car aerial What about that? Everything from car aerial streamers What about that? Everything from car aerial streamers at What about that? Everything from car aerial streamers at $4 What about that? Everything from car aerial streamers at $4 to What about that? Everything from car aerial streamers at $4 to a player's car aerial streamers at $4 to a player's jersey car aerial streamers at $4 to a player's jersey for car aerial streamers at $4 to a player's jersey for $150. car aerial streamers at $4 to a player's jersey for $150. You'll find player's jersey for $150. You'll find it player's jersey for $150. You'll find it all player's jersey for $150. You'll find it all here. player's jersey for $150. You'll find it all here. The

player's jersey for $150. You'll find it all here. The club player's jersey for $150. You'll find it all here. The club itself opened opened 3,000 find it all here. The club itself opened 3,000 people find it all here. The club itself opened 3,000 people will find it all here. The club itself opened 3,000 people will get

find it all here. The club itself opened 3,000 people will get inside here on here on Sunday opened 3,000 people will get inside opened 3,000 people will get inside here on Sunday and it opened 3,000 people will get inside here on Sunday and it will opened 3,000 people will get inside here on Sunday and it will be opened 3,000 people will get inside here on Sunday and it will be the

club here on Sunday and it will be the club the here on Sunday and it will be the club the Wests here on Sunday and it will be the club the Wests Tigers'

here on Sunday and it will be the club the Wests Tigers' players return to first return to first after club the Wests Tigers' players return to first after the club the Wests Tigers' players return to first after the win club the Wests Tigers' players return to first after the win the Grand return to first after the win the Grand Final return to first after the win the Grand Final of

return to first after the win the Grand Final of 2005! APPLAUSE Grand Final of 2005! APPLAUSE AND

Grand Final of 2005! APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I wasn't APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I wasn't joking APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I wasn't joking about APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I wasn't joking about that

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I wasn't joking about that chopper.

Get it over here and Get it over here and get I wasn't joking about that chopper. Get it over here and get me I wasn't joking about that chopper. Get it over here and get me out I wasn't joking about that chopper. Get it over here and get me out of here here soon. Get it over here and get me out of here soon. Weatherwise, Get it over here and get me out of here soon. Weatherwise, 25 Get it over here and get me out of here soon. Weatherwise, 25 degrees and blue

and blue sky

here soon. Weatherwise, 25 degrees and blue sky tomorrow. here soon. Weatherwise, 25 degrees and blue sky tomorrow. The here soon. Weatherwise, 25 degrees and blue sky tomorrow. The Grand Final, Final, 28 and blue sky tomorrow. The Grand Final, 28 degrees and blue sky tomorrow. The Grand Final, 28 degrees at and blue sky tomorrow. The Grand Final, 28 degrees at Homebush, and blue sky tomorrow. The Grand Final, 28 degrees at Homebush, 20 degrees

Final, 28 degrees at Homebush, 20 degrees for Final, 28 degrees at Homebush, 20 degrees for the Final, 28 degrees at Homebush, 20 degrees for the kickoff Final, 28 degrees at Homebush, 20 degrees for the kickoff and

Final, 28 degrees at Homebush, 20 degrees for the kickoff and it Final, 28 degrees at Homebush, 20 degrees for the kickoff and it will be degrees for the kickoff and it will be 18 degrees for the kickoff and it will be 18 degrees degrees for the kickoff and it will be 18 degrees when

degrees for the kickoff and it will be 18 degrees when they degrees for the kickoff and it will be 18 degrees when they hold degrees for the kickoff and it will be 18 degrees when they hold up degrees for the kickoff and it will be 18 degrees when they hold up the premiership

be 18 degrees when they hold up the premiership cup! APPLAUSE premiership cup! APPLAUSE AND premiership cup! APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I need I need a APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I need a chopper APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I need a chopper about APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I need a chopper about two

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING I need a chopper about two minutes away.

The satellite - cloud cross WA

ahead of a ahead of a front The satellite - cloud cross WA The satellite - cloud cross WA The satellite - cloud cross WA ahead of a front causing showers

to increase. The map for tomorrow -

a Tasman a Tasman high to increase. The map for tomorrow - a Tasman high will to increase. The map for tomorrow - a Tasman high will keep to increase. The map for tomorrow - a Tasman high will keep the to increase. The map for tomorrow - a Tasman high will keep the east dry a Tasman high will keep the east

a Tasman high will keep the east dry and warm, a front will brush

Victoria. dry and warm, a front will brush Victoria. Checking dry and warm, a front will brush Victoria. Checking for dry and warm, a front will brush Victoria. Checking for showers,

across NSW, it looks like only showers showers for across NSW, it looks like only

across NSW, it looks like only showers for far north eastern parts.

What I'm telling you is, it's going to be a

What I'm telling you is, it's going to be a long, long, long weekend,

the Magpie and the Tiger come

together for premiership glory.

together for premiership glory. Fine and sunny through to Tuesday.

Tim to Channel Ten chopper, you

should be outside now!

should be outside now! APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

Go the Tigers! Remember the name Amy Fromm - she's being tipped as the next big thing in Australian modelling. Amy's just 14 years old,

but she's taken out this year's 'Girlfriend' magazine model search. 7,000 budding catwalk queens from around the country entered the competition, but the judges decided

the girl from Bordertown in South Australia had the look. Amy's prize - a 2-year modelling contract in Sydney,

and then another contract in New York once she's finished school. That's the 5:00 News. I'm Ron Wilson. And I'm Jessica Rowe. Bill Woods will the Late News just before 10:30. Goodnight. by the Australian Caption Centre. Supertext Captions by the Australian Caption Centre. www.auscap.com.au