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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. this Monday morning - Our top stories sweet success - the toast of the NRL Brisbane's brilliant Broncos their sixth premiership. after nabbing new South-East Asian terror network, Australia urged to wary of a made up of Islam coverts. of the September 11 attacks New video of the mastermind laughing with a fellow hijacker. And the hard sell - launched a $20 million advertising campaign for the third Telstra share float. Checking the weather briefly - of finance - Now time for our first check biggest third quarter advance US stocks rallied to their in 9 years on Friday. setting it up with a miracle pass. Departing five-eighth Scott Hill Brisbane an 8 points to 4 But a penalty goal and a try gave lead at half time.

against the Broncos A high tackle penalty soon levelled the match. and the Storm Brisbane did better. But everything Melbourne did, captain Darren Lockyer handled twice Taking a 6 point lead after their in the one devastating movement. A Melbourne try disallowed the match out of the Storm's reach. before a Lockyer field goal put shattered runners-up. The minor premiers the Clive Churchill medallist. Brisbane hooker Shaun Berrigan more than any other coach. Wayne Bennett's 6 premierships A chilling, hour-long video has emerged. of two of the September 11 hijackers Ring-leader Mohamed Atta, into the World Trade Centre, who flew one of the planes with Ziad Jarrah is seen laughing and chatting flight 93. who seized control of United Airlines

was obtained by a British newspaper The martyrdom video al-Qa'ida and American authorities. and has been authenticated by in January 2000 It was reportedly filmed in Afghanistan. at an al-Qa'ida training camp also features on the tape. Osama bin Laden to decipher what the men are saying. Lip readers had been unable year's terrorist attacks in Indonesia This all comes as survivors of last their lives 12 months ago to the day. gathered to remember those who lost including four Australians died 20 people attacked bustling Bali restaurants. when suicide bombers enjoying a beach holiday They were families was thrown into turmoil by terror. when their world One year on, returning to the spot were killed at Jimbaran Bay. where three Australians journey of healing. a painful, but perhaps necessary, Ben and Isaac, The Zwolinski brothers, lost both their parents on the beach, lost her mother Jennifer. while Megan Williamson Australian and Indonesian survivors, Joining them to mourn, horrific injuries, including many who suffered requiring months of treatment. by three suicide bombers. In all, 20 people were killed 16 year-old Brendan Fitzgerald, The fourth Australian, died at Rajas restaurant, in Kuta. We come here to mourn, remembering lives, stories, hopes but many of us also will be affected by these attacks. of each person still being felt. The devastating effects Mitchell Pillar's parents in the bombings. were among the most seriously injured depression, post-traumatic stress, My dad still suffers with so it's constant every day. I see the scars on Mum and Dad. from the service. The Prime Minister stayed away In less than two weeks, to reflect on lives lost Australians will again have reason of the 2002 terror bombings. on the fourth anniversary Nicole Strahan, Ten News. a Philippines based group Australian authorities are monitoring further terror attacks. suspected of plotting the Rajah Solaiman group Cashed up and well educated, eyeing off western interests. is said to be for the 2004 bombing The group's blamed that claimed 116 lives. of the Phillipines' super ferry an alliance with al-Qa'ida It's now formed training camps in the county's south. and is understood to be conducting answering the jihad call. Islamic converts are reportedly Police have arrested one man overnight. after a brutal bashing in Sydney aged in his forties It's believed the man was attacked by at least two males around 10:00pm. outside a shop in Sydney's east and was rushed to hospital He suffered serious head injuries in a critical condition. where he remains Investigations continue. A typhoon has slammed into Vietnam, and injuring up to 70 others. killing at least two people have devastated the city of Danang, Wild winds and rains

destroying nearly 1,000 homes, and causing widespread blackouts. ripping up trees have been brought into the region Teams of soldiers and police to help with the rescue effort. could cause landslides and flooding Authorities fear the rains in coming days.

bridge collapse in Canada The death toll from an horrific has risen to five. Two cars were trapped gave way when this overpass near Montreal and two in another. crushing three people in one car

two of them seriously Six people were also injured, fell into the gaping hole after cars they were driving left when the bridge collapsed. the structure to give way It's not yet clear what caused in the same city just six years ago. but a similar accident happened has taken third place Aussie beauty queen Sabrina Houssami Miss World competition. at this year's

was pipped to the post The 20-year old Sydney local by a teary Miss Czech Republic. competitors from 103 countries Tatiana Kucharova fought off to take out the title. hopes the win The 18-year-old high school student

her modelling career. will help launch Shane Webcke Brisbane handed has give prop the perfect retirement gift, against Melbourne. winning last night's NRL Grand Final described the 15-8 win Broncos coach Wayne Bennett as his sweetest grand final victory. Leading 10-8, second half try to Brent Tate. Brisbane sealed the win with this It wasn't without controversy. When Melbourne trailed 14-8, disallowed this apparent try to Matt King after the video referee Bill Harrigan ruled Ryan Hoffman had knocked on in the lead-up. The Broncos' win their sixth from as many grand final starts. Wild celebrations in the west after the return of the 2006 AFL premiers. More than 20,000 fans savouring West Coast's dramatic Grand Final victory. 12 years between drinks, but the wait for the fans from the west was well worth it. The third premiership cup delivered home to Subiaco after Saturday's thrilling one point win. Further celebrations will come on Tuesday with a street parade for the premiers. On the other side of the country, the Swans were welcomed home. No cup this year. But the red and white army was still out in force. Tim Hodges, Ten News. Another week another delay for Airbus and it's giant A3-80 super jumbo. It's the third delay for the European plane maker and comes as the company works to reduce costs by cutting jobs. Airbus says it can now hope to only deliver just four planes in 2008 - half the number it forecast back in June. Qantas has ordered 12 of the huge planes that were initially supposed to be delivered this year. It now likes like they won't arrive for another 12 months. Qantas has already been paid compensation by Airbus for the delays.

The Government begins the hard sell of its Telstra share offer But the message will have to be convincing, with a number of Australians sceptical about the telco's stock. The T3 prospectus can be reserved from today and will be issued a week later, with the share offer opening on October 23rd. But one industry analyst has issued a warning. If you are a mum and dad investor, for heaven's sake, don't invest.

Potential investors appear unconvinced. Not a good buy.

I do not want to get burned again, nah. It's something that I would think about. The share price plunge which followed the T2 float is still etched in the minds of many Australians. Yeah, we bought shares, at what $7.20 original, they're down to about $3.40 and no sign that they're heading upwards. Other factors conspire to make the new Telstra share offer a hard one to sell - one of them, the public animosity between Telstra and the Government. If you look at the outside face, that we see, is actually appalling, it's shocking, it's very un-Australian. The Government is hoping to overcome the negative perceptions with a $20 million advertising blitz, aimed at getting Australian investors to take a chance on Telstra stock. Murray McCloskey, Ten News. at the national weather - Now for a look at today's newspapers -

Australia reportedly monitoring a new terror threat in South-East Asia. The details when Ten's Early News returns.

Welcome back to Ten's Early News. This morning. Homegrown terror networks - Islamic converts in South-East Asia reportedly working with al Qaida. One year on - survivors of the second Bali bombings remember the 20 lives lost - four of them Australian. Thailand has an interim Prime Minister after the turmoil of last month's coup. And in sport - Broncos big man Shane Webcke sheds a tear in a fitting NRL farewell. Despite closing Friday's session lower US stocks rallied to their biggest third quarter advance in 9 years. Australian authorities are monitoring a Philippines based group suspected of plotting further terror attacks. Cashed up and well educated, the Rajah Solaiman group is said to be eyeing off western interests. The group's blamed for the 2004 bombing

of the Phillipines' super ferry that claimed 116 lives. It's now formed an alliance with al-Qa'ida and is understood to be conducting training camps in the county's south. Security was tight as hundreds gathered to remember the victims of last year's Bali bombings, in which four Australians died. One year on, families and friends of those who died are still struggling to understand the loss of life. Twenty people were killed when three suicide bombers detonted bombs in restaurants along Jimbaran Bay and Kuta.

Nine families from Newcastle, north of Sydney, were caught up in the attacks. A total of four Australians died. A chilling, hour-long video of two of the September 11 hijackers has emerged. Ring-leader Mohamed Atta, who flew one of the planes into the World Trade Centre, is seen laughing and chatting with Ziad Jarrah who seized control of United Airlines flight 93. The martyrdom video was obtained by a British newspaper and has been authenticated by al-Qa'ida and American authorities. It was reportedly filmed in January 2000 at an al-Qa'ida training camp in Afghanistan. Osama bin Laden also features on the tape. Lip readers had been unable to decipher what the men are saying.

By the time southern Lebanon awoke almost all of Israel's soldiers had left. Through the the border fence you could see UN peacekeepers. Israel's tanks rolled out of south Lebanon in the early hours. When the UN verify's the pull-out a key part of the cease-fire agreement would have been met. We found this unit - they brought out souvenirs - the last Israeli flags to have flown over Lebanese soil. Now Lebanon's flag is there and so too is its army, for the first time in years. Its job is to stop Hezbollah's fighters attacking Israel again. Inside southern Lebanon relief that Israel's soldiers have now gone. But there's also anger at the death and devastation caused by Israel's military onslaught. Some are now calling for revenge. The UN's peacekeepers appear to be in charge. But with Hezbollah refusing to disarm that could easily change. Federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock has fiercely defended the aggressive questioning of terror suspects in the US. Like that country's government, he says it's not a form of torture.

America has banned torturing suspects, in a move Mr Ruddock says

may complicate the fight against terrorism. Tonight in Glasgow a Catholic mass for a Polish community

greiving the loss of one of their own. The murder of a young student has shocked many. I feel sad and upset. Angela was 23. She came to Glasgow on a working holiday to raise money for university studies. Her body was found inside the church she had made her home. The detective leading the inquiry would not reveal how she died or whether she had been sexually assaulted

but her death was horrific. In my career this is a very violent and tragic - this is very violent. Police also confirm a volunteer from the church arrested in London on a unrelated matter connected to the sex offenders' register. Police say they are keeping an open mind as to who killed the woman. The operation will continue for some days. Two weeks after a bloodless military coup, Thailand has a new leader. Former army chief Surayud Chulanont was sworn in as interim PM at a brief ceremony at Government House in Bangkok. 63-year-old Surayud is expected to remain in the job for nine months until new elections are held and a constitution drawn up. He'll pick his interim cabinet this week. And has cited citizen happiness as his leadership focus.

Officials in Brazil say

there's little chance any survivors will be found in the wreckage of a passenger plane that went down in the country's north.

These pictures show what's believed to be the wreckage of GOL Airlines flight 1907 that crashed over the weekend deep in the Amazon jungle. 155 passengers and crew are believed to have perished in the accident, which is the worst in Brazilian history. Thousands of fans are expected to greet the Broncos when they arrive home in Brisbane this afternoon, after winning the club's sixth NRL grand final. No doubt there will be some sore heads amongst the crowd, The game might have been played on neutral territory but interstate, there was nothing neutral about the fans. In Melbourne, they flocked to Federation Square. The dress code purple. Fans proudly showing their support.

In Brisbane, they cheered from Southbank's Suncorp Piazza. Flags and jerseys creating a sea of maroon. While it was Melbourne who scored the first try it didn't take long for Brisbane to spoil the party. Up 8-4 at half time. Storm supporters unimpressed. But it was Shane Webcke's night. The big man of the game reduced to tears as his beloved Broncos galloped home. The players will arrive home later today. Qantas says the skills needed to upgrade its IT systems are no longer available in Australia and it's sending the 300 jobs to India. Two India companies have been short-listed to takeover the airline's IT development, maintenance and support services. The Flying Kangaroo has been looking to upgrade its IT systems for some time and says the most cost-effective way

for it to replace the ageing infrastructure is to send the work overseas. Unions say passengers should be concerned their personal information will end up overseas once the deal is complete. And Qantas isn't the only Australian company shifting jobs overseas. The St George Bank is reportedly next in line, also looking at sending more positions to India. 80 workers from the bank's collection office have already been told they're jobs are going to the subcontinent and now more are expected to follow. The Broncos roll the Storm in a controversial NRL grand final. We'll bring you the cheers and tears on the other side of a short break.

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This program is captioned live. Our top stories this Monday morning - sweet success - Brisbane's brilliant Broncos the toast of the NRL after nabbing their sixth premiership. Australia urged to wary of a new South-East Asian terror network, made up of Islam coverts. New video of the mastermind of the September 11 attacks laughing with a fellow hijacker. And the hard sell - a $20 million advertising campaign launched for the third Telstra share float.

US stocks rallied to their biggest third quarter advance in 9 years on Friday.

Thousands of fans are expected to greet the Broncos when they arrive home in Brisbane this afternoon, after winning the club's sixth NRL grand final.

No doubt there will be some sore heads amongst the crowd, The game might have been played on neutral territory but interstate, there was nothing neutral about the fans. In Melbourne, they flocked to Federation Square. The dress code purple. Fans proudly showing their support. In Brisbane, they cheered from Southbank's Suncorp Piazza. Flags and jerseys creating a sea of maroon.

While it was Melbourne who scored the first try it didn't take long for Brisbane to spoil the party. Up 8-4 at half time. Storm supporters unimpressed. But it was Shane Webcke's night. The big man of the game reduced to tears as his beloved Broncos galloped home. The players will arrive home later today. A ticker tape parade planned for Wednesday morning. Australian authorities are monitoring a Philippines based group suspected of plotting further terror attacks. Cashed up and well educated, the Rajah Solaiman group is said to be eyeing off western interests. The group's blamed for the 2004 bombing of the Phillipines' super ferry that claimed 116 lives. It's now formed an alliance with al-Qa'ida and is understood to be conducting training camps in the county's south.

Islamic converts are reportedly answering the jihad call. A chilling, hour-long video of two of the September 11 hijackers has emerged. Ring-leader Mohamed Atta, who flew one of the planes into the World Trade Centre, is seen laughing and chatting with Ziad Jarrah

who seized control of United Airlines flight 93. The martyrdom video was obtained by a British newspaper and has been authenticated by al-Qa'ida and American authorities. It was reportedly filmed in January 2000 at an al-Qa'ida training camp in Afghanistan. Osama bin Laden also features on the tape. Lip readers had been unable to decipher what the men are saying. This all comes as survivors of last year's terrorist attacks in Indonesia gathered to remember those who lost their lives 12 months ago to the day. 20 people including four Australians died when suicide bombers attacked bustling Bali restaurants. They were families enjoying a beach holiday when their world was thrown into turmoil by terror. One year on, returning to the spot where three Australians were killed at Jimbaran Bay. a painful, but perhaps necessary, journey of healing. The Zwolinski brothers, Ben and Isaac, lost both their parents on the beach, while Megan Williamson lost her mother Jennifer. Joining them to mourn, Australian and Indonesian survivors, including many who suffered horrific injuries,

requiring months of treatment. In all, 20 people were killed by three suicide bombers. The fourth Australian, 16 year-old Brendan Fitzgerald, died at Rajas restaurant, in Kuta. We come here to mourn, but many of us also will be remembering lives, stories, hopes of each person affected by these attacks. The devastating effects still being felt. Mitchell Pillar's parents were among the most seriously injured in the bombings. My dad still suffers with depression, post-traumatic stress, so it's constant every day. I see the scars on Mum and Dad. The Prime Minister stayed away from the service.

In less than two weeks, Australians will again have reason to reflect on lives lost on the fourth anniversary of the 2002 terror bombings. Federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner Pru Goward says becoming the first female premier of NSW is not her immediate goal. Ms Goward is vying for the seat of Goulburn after winning Liberal Party pre-selection. Leadership ambitions become I suspect very very insignificant to candidates because what's really important is winning that seat and serving. Ms Goward was involved in a tense pre-selection battle for a Sydney-based federal seat last month. But, unlike the victor there, Greg Smith, she'll stand aside from her full-time job next month. A million-dollar plan to boost security at some of our busiest train stations. Anti-terror technology - including high-resolution cameras and screens relaying live pictures to commuters - will be installed at several Sydney stations. If you know you are being watched, if you know you are being recorded, hopefully you are less likely to do what you were intending to do

The cameras come equipped with facial recognition software, allowing police to easily identify suspects in the event of attack.

It might have been a book launch, but Kylie looked every inch the pop diva as she took time out from rehearsals for her comeback tour. MAN: Kylie, look this way, please.

The 38-year-old's latest career path drawing on inspiration from her younger fans.

What really spurred this book on was when I was on tour, I'd get a lot of drawings from children and I just melted every time. And it was the aspiring Kylies in the crowd who gave her, and her book, the big thumbs-up. I think she's really strong to actually come back and face all her fans again. She's a good singer and I just, kind of, like her music. I think it's really amazing how strong she is, like she's looking as gorgeous as ever. Kylie is now in remission following surgery and chemotherapy and says focussing on the book helped her through the difficult times. It could all happen whilst I was in recovery, and so, yeah, for me, I think everything I do at the moment feels very monumental because I'm here and it's happening. The pop princess will make her return to the stage in Sydney, in November.

Hugo Ward, Ten News. Brisbane handed has give prop Shane Webcke the perfect retirement gift, winning last night's NRL Grand Final against Melbourne. Broncos coach Wayne Bennett described the 15-8 win as his sweetest grand final victory. Leading 10-8, Brisbane sealed the win with this second half try to Brent Tate. It wasn't without controversy. When Melbourne trailed 14-8, this apparent try to Matt King disallowed after the video referee Bill Harrigan ruled Ryan Hoffman had knocked on in the lead-up. The Broncos' win their sixth from as many grand final starts. Wild celebrations in the west after the return of the 2006 AFL premiers. More than 20,000 fans savouring West Coast's dramatic Grand Final victory. 12 years between drinks, but the wait for the fans from the west was well worth it. The third premiership cup delivered home to Subiaco after Saturday's thrilling one point win. Further celebrations will come on Tuesday with a street parade for the premiers. On the other side of the country, the Swans were welcomed home. No cup this year. But the red and white army was still out in force. Tim Hodges, Ten News. Both Qantas and the St George Bank flag plans to shift more jobs overseas.

Now the National Australia Bank has confirmed it too will be sending 70 jobs to India and is considering 70 more. The nation's biggest lender will shed the positions from its back office staff in its credit cards and personal loan operations. The NAB says the positions were going overseas out of competitive necessary. 25 jobs to India. The bank had previously sent

at today's newspapers - Now for a look

Welcome back to Ten's Early News. This morning. Homegrown terror networks - reportedly working with al Qaida. Islamic converts in South-East Asia

One year on bombings remember the 20 lives lost - - survivors of the second Bali four of them Australian. Prime Minister Thailand has an interim of last month's coup. after the turmoil And in sport -

sheds a tear Broncos big man Shane Webcke in a fitting NRL farewell. The ferocity or terror the Phillipines, Bali and Thailand. has already struck at the heart of of converts Now, fresh fears a radical group in the region, is plotting to attack more targets including Western interests. Solaiman is said to be well financed, Phillipines' based group Rajah

highly educated and poised to strike. links to al-Qa'ida leadership It's relative low profile and direct making it a genuine threat. Under the orders of Jemah Islamiah, Rajah Solaiman was accused Phillipines' super ferry boming of carrying out the 2004 killing 116 people. are said to be concerned Australian authorities pursuit of the group. and closely monitoring That search won't be easy - conducting covert training camps Rajah Solaiman's said to be virtually impenetrable south. in the depths of the Phillipines' gathered to remember Security was tight as hundreds bombings, the victims of last year's Bali in which four Australians died. those who died One year on, families and friends of the loss of life. are still struggling to understand Twenty people were killed bombs in restaurants when three suicide bombers detonted along Jimbaran Bay and Kuta. north of Sydney, Nine families from Newcastle, were caught up in the attacks. A total of four Australians died.

Tonight in Glasgow a Catholic mass for a Polish community greiving the loss of one of their own. The murder of a young student has shocked many. I feel sad and upset. Angela was 23. She came to Glasgow on a working holiday to raise money for university studies. Her body was found inside the church she had made her home.

The detective leading the inquiry would not reveal

how she died or whether she had been sexually assaulted but her death was horrific. a very violent and tragic - In my career this is this is very violent. from the church arrested in London Police also confirm a volunteer

the sex offenders' register. on a unrelated matter connected to mind as to who killed the woman. Police say they are keeping an open for some days. The operation will continue after a bloodless military coup, Two weeks Thailand has a new leader. was sworn in as interim PM Former army chief Surayud Chulanont at Government House in Bangkok. at a brief ceremony to remain in the job for nine months 63-year-old Surayud is expected and a constitution drawn up. until new elections are held this week. He'll pick his interim cabinet bridge collapse in Canada The death toll from an horrific has risen to five. Two cars were trapped gave way when this overpass near Montreal and two in another. crushing three people in one car two of them seriously Six people were also injured, fell into the gaping hole after cars they were driving left when the bridge collapsed. the structure to give way It's not yet clear what caused but a similar accident happened in the same city just six years ago. A typhoon has slammed into Vietnam, and injuring up to 70 others. killing at least two people have devastated the city of Danang, Wild winds and rains

destroying nearly 1,000 homes, and causing widespread blackouts. ripping up trees have been brought into the region Teams of soldiers and police to help with the rescue effort. could cause landslides and flooding Authorities fear the rains in coming days.

this morning The Brisbane Broncos will fly home premiership trophy. with the National Rugby League

in last night's Grand Final. They beat melbourne 15 points to 8

For the first time, a truly neutral venue, rugby league's grand final city starting in top gear. Minor premiers Melbourne setting it up with a miracle pass. Departing five-eighth Scott Hill

Brisbane an 8 points to 4 But a penalty goal and a try gave lead at half time. against the Broncos A high tackle penalty soon levelled the match. and the Storm Brisbane did better. But everything Melbourne did, captain Darren Lockyer handled twice Taking a 6 point lead after their in the one devastating movement. A Melbourne try disallowed the match out of the Storm's reach. before a Lockyer field goal put The minor premiers shattered runners-up. the Clive Churchill medallist. Brisbane hooker Shaun Berrigan more than any other coach. Wayne Bennett's 6 premierships have arrived back home The West Coast Eagles Grand Final win. after their history-making

have arrived back home The West Coast Eagles

Grand Final win. after their history-making of delirious fans at Subiaco Oval - Players were greeted by thousands

for days. the partying set to continue

of the morning's top stories. A quick recap

are teaming up with al-Qa'ida Claims Asian Islam converts on Western interests. to plot a new wave of attacks

Terror on tape - the September 11 mastermind a video shows joking with a fellow hijacker. And weathering the storm - to a sixth NRL premiership. the Broncos gallop That's it for Ten Early News.

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