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And I'm James Boyce. Welcome.

Indonesia on terror alert. Hundreds

of hard-line supporters clash with

police as they bury the Bali

bombers. Billion dollar bailout -

the Government deliver as taxpayer

funded shot in the arm to the

ailing car industry. A mass brawl

breaks out between monks at one of

Jerusalem's most sacred sites. And

in sport - tough in sport - tough target.

Australia's desperate defence of

the Border-Gavaskar Trophy goes in

to the last day of the final Test.

Aussie Home Loans ups the ante in

the interest rate war with another

40-point basis cut.

But first, tensions are running

high in Indonesia, with another

reported bomb threat on the

Australian embassy just hours after

the Bali bombers were executed. Hard-line supporters have clashed

with police as they buried the terrorists. Australians are being

warned to stay away from the island.

radicals Frenzied family members skpiz lamb

radicals buried the Bali bombers before

before the sun set on the day of

their deaths, turning on the media

as they farewelled men they

consider holy warriors. Helicopters

had airlifted the bodies from the

prison in a bid to avoid prison in a bid to avoid potential

riots. After one of the choppers

touched down, angry crowds surged

forward. Trying to take control of

the remains of the men. Chanting

"God is great", supporters claimed

they're destined for martyrdom.

It's been revealed the bombers were

granted one last request - an anth

of defiance. They chose -- an act

of defiance. They chose not to wear

blindfolds. News of the excushions

travelled fast. Very good, mate. Very

Very good. About time it happened.

Took a long time. Six years. Every

night we get told they get shot.

But for night it's real. It's all over. Others were moved

spontaneously to pray. It was a

happy time and also a sad time, you

know. There's that many people up

there that maybe my name could have been

been up there. Prayers too at Bali

temples and churches. Hope for

peace despite the radicals' promise

of reprisals. Violence is not

solution. The only solution is love.

This burns victim broke down,

recalling six years of suffering. This Melbourne man lost five

friends. He worries for the future.

I feel like a prisoner in some ways.

But it's changed the way I do

things in a little way. Back home,

and families whose lives would

never be the same because of the

Bali bombings have gathered across

the country to remember those lost

in the terror attacks. in the terror attacks. Emotions

ranged from celebration to sadness,

been and relief. Justice has finally

been served. Knowing they never

wake up again, knowing they never

see their families or loved ones

again, we do move on. I feel like again, we do move on. I feel

I've come out the end of it, seen

the light at the end of the tunnel

and it's over. The Coogee Dolphins

football team in Sydney's east lost

six mates in the 2002 explosions.

It's a tough day for me because of

those memories. I've been in tears

a couple of times. I've had a smile

on my face a couple of times. The

PM says his thoughts are with the

families of the victims but he will

press for an international ban on

the death penalty at the United Nations.

Nations. To other news. Police are

still hunting a teenager who

stabbed four people in Perth. It's

believed the teenager was sitting

in his car when he began argueing

with a group waiting at bus stop.

Police say the juvenile then jumped

out of the vehicle and luched at

them with a knife. All -- lunged at

them with a knife. All four were

seriously injured in the attack.

will Australia's ailing car industry

will receive a $3 billion shot in the arm amid fears the the arm amid fears the financial

crisis could hit the nation harder

than expected. The Government will

unveil a 10-year industry plan

today which is expected to focus on

smaller, more fuel efficient cars.

Car giants Holden, Ford and Toyota

will be expected to continue making

cars locally. The Government has

also indicated tariffs on overseas

cars will be halved from 10% to cars will be halved from 10% to 5%

by 2010. Finance ministers from the

world's most powerful nations world's most powerful nations have

agreed to take all necessary steps

to restore stability to global

markets. It followed the World

Bank's warning the economies of

emerging nations are facing

meltdown. of global financial turmoil, Searching for a way out were confronted with predictions finance ministers from G20 a dangerous new zone. emerging economies are entering This report indicates in the developing world that there will be a further slowing to countries in our region. that will have knock-on effects in its dire forcast - The World Bank includes China a key economy is pinning its hopes on which the Rudd Government out of recession. helping to keep Australia are still more optimistic I and many others will be stronger. that growth in countries like China the $10 billion bailout package Dipping into the surplus to fund as the right way forward. has been hailed by the bank to warn against a budget deficit, But the Opposition continues

future surplus predictions. after $60 billion was wiped off

Now that the money has been lost, have evaporated. a lot of their reforms for the Rudd Government - The real challenge to keep Australia strong? what now are they going to do Brad Hodson, Ten News.

At least 20 people have dined after

a fire extinguishing system was

accidently activated on a Russian

nuclear submarine. Both sailors and

shipyard workers died in the

accident which occurred during

trials in the sea of Japan. It's

the worst incident for the Russian

Navy since the kufrbg disaster. A

mass brawl -- 'Kursk' disaster. mass brawl -- 'Kursk' disaster. A

mass brawl has broken out at

between monks at one of Jerusalem's

holiest sites. Fighting erupted

between Armenian monks and Greek

Orthodox. Dozens of rival monks

traded kicks and punches and hurled

objects at each other. Trouble

flared as Armenians prepared to commemorate

commemorate the discovery of the

cross believed to have been used to crucify Jesus.

Australia will need to create

cricket history later today, to win

the fourth Test and draw the series

against India to keep the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. They're

chasing 382 for victory but it

could have been far less. The

tourists' poor over rate meant they

couldn't use their best bowlers

during the final session. Australia

needed quick wickets. They didn't

come as Sehwag dominated a

century-opening stand, finally

broken after lunch. It was a double

breakthrough. Watson got Dravid as

well. Sehwag followed for 92. Sharp

one minute, silly the next. It

might go in the record books. A

guard of honour for the retiring

Ganguly but he lasted just one

delivery. A first-ball duck. The

fans were stunned by Tendulkar's

runnout. A century stand from Dhoni

and Harbahajan rescued India.

Hussey and Krejza carried the load.

The off-spinner eventually taking

his third and fourth wickets. Before Shane Watson finally

returned to get four of his own.

They now need 369 runs for victory.

360 odd in a day is going to be

tough work. We'reane position that

we've allowed ourselves a chance to

win the game at least. It's up to

us to try and put our best foot

forward. Use all the skills we've

got and get out there and do it.

Australia has brushed aside Papua

New Guinea 46-6 to cruise in to the

semifinals of Rugby League's World

Cup. The Kangaroos blooded four

debutants but showed the same

ruthless approach they have all

series, leading 22-0 at the break.

PNG did score a popular second half

try but couldn't get near the

Aussies who now play either Fiji or

Ireland for a spot in the final. Extraordinary post match scenes

following the A-League draw between

Newcastle and Perth. Gary Van

Egmond storming the pitch to give a

verbal spray to Matthew Breeze and

Adrian Trinidad. It all stemmed

from this challenge on Trinidad

from Jade North. Eugene Dadi

slotting home the penalty to seal a

2-2 draw A. result Gary Van Egmond

was clearly not too happy about it.

Happier times in finance. Aussie

Home Loans has cut its rate by another 40 basis points. It's

standard variable home loan rate

drops to 7.65%. And the drops to 7.65%. And the basic variable rate for first-home buyers

is 6.99%. Executive chairman John

Symond says Aussie's rates are

below those of the big banks. Our

market is expected to open stronger

this morning after a rally on Wall

Street on Friday. The Dow Jones

surged nearly 250 points or 2.85%. It

It capped off another volatile week

on global markets. Back home, the

Reserve Bank will be in the

spotlight today when it stands down

its quarterly statement on monetary

policy. Analysts are expecting the

Central Bank will downgrade its

growth forecast to 2%. Taking a

look at the markets in more detail.

To the business in brief now.

Australia's mining industry has

frozen recruitment as it assesses

the full impact of the economic

global slowdown.

A wert check for you now on this

Monday -- weather check for you now on this Monday:

And the 'Daily Telegraph' has more on

on the clashes at the funerals for

thebally bombers who were executed

at the weekend. More on BankWest's

warning to the Federal Government

that the big four banks that the big four banks were

squeezing smaller players out of

the banking sector. The Queen leads

a Remembrance Day ceremony in London.

You're watching Ten's Early News.

Indonesia on alert for revenge

attacks as the Bali bombers are

buried. Industry lifeline - the

Government to unveil its billion

dollar bailout to keep car

companies afloat. In sport, too

easy - Australia cruises in to the

semifinals of Rugby League's World

Cup. A stronger start expected on

our market today. I'll cross live

to CommSec for a preview shortly.

Supporters of the Bali bombers have

called for revenge attacks against

foreigners, as they buried the

executed terrorists. Hundreds of

people clashed with police, as the

bodies of Imam Samudra, Mukhlas and

Amrozi were returned to their home

villages for funerals. The Rudd

Government is warning Australians,

especially school leavers, to stay

away from Bali, as fears mount of

reprisal attacks. There was another

reported bomb threat on the

Australian embassy. Tourists have

welcomed the executions. Very good.

About time it happened. Islamic

leaders in Indonesia have denounced

thebally bombers in a bid to quell

religious tension. For survivors

and victims' families across

Australia, the executions of

Samudra, Mukhlas and Amrozi marked

the final chapter of a 6-year

battle. These are the terrifying

scenes of 2002, which claimed the

lives of 202 people, including 88 Australians.

It's huge. It's scary. People are

burnt everywhere. People are dead.

There's everything. Six years on, There's everything. Six years on,

victims' families and survivors

celebrated with news the

masterminds of the attacks have

been executed. In Sydney, candles

were lit and 88 balloons released

in to the sky. This woman who lost

her mother says justice has been

served. I feel like I've come out

the end of it. Seen the light at

the end of the tunnel. It's over.

It's a good feeling. Phil was among

a group who gathered in Perth to

remember their mates who didn't

make it. He suffered burns to 60%

of his body and says the executions

will help him move on. I disengaged

myself emotionally for so on. And

it's dug some stuff back up which

is good to get it up and out. Brian

Deegan lost his son, Josh. He Deegan lost his son, Josh. He fears

there will be revenge attacks by

radical followers. Capital

punishment of those involved will

be seen as wrong. They'll be seen

as freedom fighters and you have

those ingredients together and those ingredients together and that creates martyrdom. Australians are being

being urged not to travel to

Indonesia, especially recent school

leavers. Queensland police are

hunting a man wanted over a

shooting at a Gold Coast home.

Police were called to the Upper Coomera address last night after

neighbours heard a gunshot. It's

believed the men were believed the men were drinking

together before the shooting took

place. The injured man made his way

to a friend's house where an

ambulance was called. Australia's

ailing car industry is set to get a

$3 billion funding boost with the

Government to announce its automotive assistance package today.

The 10-year plan will include a

reduction in car tariffs and production reduction in car tariffs and the

production of more environmentally

friendly vehicles. The Government

has sought commitments from Holden,

Ford and Toyota to continue making

cars in Australia. Australia's growth is under renewed threat growth is under renewed threat with

the World Bank warning some

emerging economies have entered a

danger zone. A G20 finance

ministers met to find a solution to

the financial crisis. This report

indicates that there will be a

further slowing in the developing

world that will have knock-on

effects to countries in our region.

Finance ministers have agreed to

take all necessary steps to restore confidence

confidence and stability in global

markets. Hurricane Paloma has

battered Cuba, forcing the

evacuation of half a million people.

Paloma lashed the island with heavy

rain and winds of up to rain and winds of up to 110 kilometres per hour. Downing power

lines and causing coastal flooding.

The hurricane has weak toond a

tropical storm as it moves towards

the Bahamas. Thousands of people

have marched through the streets of

LA and San Diego to protest against

a ban of same-sex marriage in

California. Demonstrators carried

signs and chanted against a constitutionalal

constitutionalal amendment constitutionalal amendment to

overturn the State's decision to

legalise gay unions. The Queen has

led a Remembrance Day ceremony led a Remembrance Day ceremony in London. Thousands of veterans gath

together pay tribute to their

fallen comrades a day before the

90th anniversary of the end of the

First World War. This morning, at

11 o'clock, two minutes silence to

remember those killed in the First

World War. And the many wars since.

Thousands of veterans stood at the

cenotaph in London. This

Remembrance Sunday just two days

before the 90th anniversary of the

Armistice, the end of World War I.

And the anversey marked too in

places where brist soldiers are

still engaged. Basra in southern

Iraq. And Afghanistan. Those who

lost their lives in war remembered

today by loved ones and friends,

and by all of us. Australia's

poor over rate seems set to cost

them dearly as they chase an unlikely victory on the final day

of the fourth Test in India. The

tourists require a further 369 runs

to win the Test and retain the Border-Gavaskar trophy. Jason

Krejza was forced to bowl throughout the afternoon and he did

very well. He grabbed another four

wickets, taking his match tally to

12. Australia's over rate was so bad

bad they couldn't use their pacemen

through the final session and India capitalised. Undefeated Australia

has cruised in to Rugby League's

World Cup semifinals in the quest

for a seventh straight title, after

brushing aside England and New

Zealand, the Kangaroos have brushed

aside Papua New Guinea. Four

debutant for the Kangaroos and it took

took just eight minutes for one of

them to open the scoring. David

Williams had a double before Williams had a double before the

first half was finished, so did

Joel Monaghan . 22-0 at Joel Monaghan . 22-0 at half-time,

more fun than a poke in the eye,

just ask Terry Campese. In his

absence, Scott Prince crossed once.

Then twice. The Wolfman went one

better with his third. But the most

popular try of the night didn't

come from the hosts.

Fans overjoyed. Australia's line

broken. They got those points back,

though, in the final minutes.

Beaten but not disgraced, in a

tearful farewell to international

football for Papua New Guinea's

longest servant. Chelsea is back on

top of the English Premier League

after a 2-0 Wayne away to Blackburn.

Nicolas Anelka scoring both of the

goals. Replays suggesting there was

a hint of a handball in the first

goal. No doubting the second.

COMMENTATOR: Superbly taken. Andy

Johnson scored his first goal in

seven games as Fulham beat Newcastle Newcastle 2-1.

All eyes will be on the Reserve

Bank today when it unveils its

quarterly statement on monetary

policy. I'm joined live by CommSec.

What's the data expected to show

today? Morning. I think today all

eyes will be on the RBA's view on

their tightest, most significant

interest rates cycle cutting we've

seen in 25 years. This is the

toughest it's been since the

floating of the Aussie dollar. I

think people will want to know

where the RBA will go forward? We

feel there will be another cut in

the works, possibly another quarter

percent in December. There's

information coming across every information coming across every day.

We've just heard some news out from

the G20 over the weekend and

there's another meeting being held

in Washington again tonight and since

since this information would have

come to pass, there's been a

revision from the International

Monetary Fund of Aussie growth or

GDP in 2009 coming down to 1.8%.

There's a lot of information.

Despite all that, it seems like our

market's going to open slightly

stronger today? If you look at the

spy, which is the key indicator of

where our market is going, it's

looking for an increase of around

24 points. I think it might be hard to

to get there. We did see a fall of

base metal prices across the board.

A tiny increase in the gold price

and the oil price might help the

markets and the fact the US markets

closed stronger. There's a lot of

information. I think all eyes will

be on that RBA statement. Thank you

for the update. Thank you. And

Aussie Home Loans has cut its rates

by another 40 basis points, taking

its standard variable home loan

traet to 7.65%. -- rate to 7.65%.

A weather check. It will be mostly

cloudy in both Brisbane and Sydney:

Punches thrown as monks clash in a

sacred church. That's right, monks.

when We'll show you all those pictures

when the Early News returns.

Indonesia on terror alert. Hundreds

of hard-line supporters clash with

police as they bury the Bali

bombers. Billion dollar bailout -

the Government delivers a taxpayer

funded shot in the arm to the

ailing car industry. Unholy night -

a mass brawl breaks out between

monks add one of Jerusalem's most

sacred sites. In sport, tough

target - Australia's desperate defenceer-Gavaskar defenceer-Gavaskar Trofry goes in

to the last day of the last Test.

Aussie Home Loans ups the ante in

the interest rate war with another 40-point basis cut.

But first, tensions are running high in Indonesia with another

reported bomb threat on the

Australian embassy just hours after

the Bali bombers were executed.

Hard-line supporters have clashed

with police as their buried the

terrorists. Frenzied family members

and Islamic radicals buried the Bali

Bali bombers before the sun set on

the day of their deaths. Turning on

the media as they farewelled men

they consider holy warriors.

Helicopters had airlifted the bodies from prison in a bid bodies from prison in a bid to avoid potential riots. After one of

the choppers touched down, angry

crowds surged forward. Trying to

take control of the remains of the

men. Chanting "God is great",

supporters claim they're destined

for martyrdom. It's been revealed the bombers were granted one last request. An act of defiance. They chose not to wear blindfolds - facing their executioners as they

pulled the trigger. News of the

executions travelled fast down the

narrow streets of the Bali bomb

sites. Very good, mate. Very good.

About time it happened. Took a long

time. Six years. Every night we get

told they get shot, they get shot.

But tonight it's for real. It's all

over. Others were moved

spontaneously to pray. It was a

happy time and a sad time, you know.

There's, you know, that many people

up there that maybe my name could

have been up there. Prayers too at

Bali temples and churches. Hopes

for peace despite the radicals'

promise of reprisals. Violence is

not solution. The only solution is

love. This burns victim broke down,

recalling six years of suffering.

This Melbourne man lost five

friends. He worries for the future.

I feel like a prisoners in some

ways. But it's changed the way I do

things in a little way. Back home,

and families whose lives will never

be the same because of the Bali

bombings have gathered across the

the terror attacks. Emotions country to remember those lost in

ranging from celebration to sadness

and relief that justice has finally

been served. Knowing that they never wake up again. Knowing they never see their families or loved

ones again, we do move on. I feel ones again, we do move on. I feel

like I've come out the end of it.

I've seen the light of the tunnel

and it's over. The Coogee Dolphins

football team in Sydney's east lost

six mates in the 2002 explosions.

It's been a very, very tough day

for me because of the memories.

I've been in tears a couple of

times. I've had a smile on my face

a couple of times. The PM says his

thoughts are with the families of thoughts are with the families

the victims but he will press for

an international ban on the death

penalty at the United Nations. To

other news. Police are still

hunting a teenager who stabbed four

people in Perth. It's believed the

teenager was sitting in his car

when he began argueing with a group

waiting at bus stop. Police say the

juvenile then jumped out of the

vehicle and lunged at them with a

knife. All four were seriously

injured in the attack. Australia's

ailing car industry will receive a

$3 billion shot in the arm amid

fears the financial crisis could

hit the nation harder than expected.

The Government will unveil a

10-year industry plan today which

is expected to focus on smaller,

more fuel-efficient cars. In return

for the rescue package, car giants

Holden, Ford and Toyota will be expected to continue making expected to continue making cars

locally. The Government has also

indicated tariffs on overseas cars

will be halved from 10% to 5% will be halved from 10% to 5% by

2010. Finance ministers from the

world's most powerful nations have

agreed to take all necessary steps

to restore stability to global

markets. It followed the World

Bank's warning that economies of emerging nations are facing meltdown.

of global financial turmoil, Searching for a way out

were confronted with predictions finance ministers from G20 a dangerous new zone. emerging economies are entering in the developing world that there will be a further slowing

to countries in our region. that will have knock-on effects in its dire forcast - The World Bank includes China a key economy is pinning its hopes on which the Rudd Government out of recession. helping to keep Australia are still more optimistic I and many others

will be stronger. that growth in countries like China the $10 billion bailout package Dipping into the surplus to fund as the right way forward. has been hailed by the bank to warn against a budget deficit, But the Opposition continues future surplus predictions. after $60 billion was wiped off Now that the money has been lost, a lot of their reforms have evaporated. The real challenge for the Rudd Government -

to keep Australia strong? what now are they going to do

A lockout policy in Melbourne pubs

and clubs is set to be dumped in

favour of increased police numbers.

A 2am lockout was trialled earlier

this year to curb alcohol-related

violence but the Brumby Government

is tipped to announce an

alternative plan today, including a

new police task force. A liquor licensing system is also planned

pay where problem-plagued pubs would

pay more to serve alcohol. At least

20 people have died after a fire

extinguishing system was

accidentally activated on a Russian

nuclear submarine. Both sailors and

accident which occurred during shipyard workers died in the

trials in the Sea of Japan. It's

the worst incident for the Russian

Navy since the 2000 'Kursk'

disaster which left 118 people dead.

Thousands of people have marched

through the streets of Los Angeles

and San Diego to protest against a

ban on same sex marriage in California. Demonstrators carried signs and chanted against a

constitutional amendment to

overturn the state's Supreme Court

decision to legalise gay unions.

Many of the protesters mocked the

Mormon church which spent millions

of dollars promoting the amendment. A

A mass brawl has broken out between

monks at one of Jerusalem's holiest

sites. Police were called in to

restore order when fighting erupted

between Greek Orthodox and Armenian

monks in the ancient church.

Shocked pilgrims looked on as

dozens of rival monks traded kicks

and punches and hurled objects at

each other. The trouble flaring as Armenians prepared to commemorate

to the discovery of the cross believed

to have been used to crucify to have been used to crucify Jesus.

Australia will need to create

cricket history later today to win

the fourth Test and draw the series

against India to keep the

Border-Gavaskar Trophy. They're

chasing 382 for victory. It could

have been far less. The tourists'

poor overrate meant they couldn't

use their best bowlers during the

final session. Australia needing

quick wickets. They didn't come as Sehwag dominate adcentury-opening

stand, finally broken after lunch.

It was a double breakthrough.

Watson got Dravid as well. Sehwag

followed for 92. Sharp one minute,

silly the next. A guard of honour

for the retiring Ganguly but he

lasted just one delivery. History

not lost on the fans but they not lost on the fans but they were

stunned by tonne fun's runnout. A century stand from Dhoni and

Harbahajan rescued India. Hussey

and Jason Krejza carried the and Jason Krejza carried the load.

The off-spinner eventually taking

his third and fourth wickets. Before

Before Shane Watson finally

returned to get four of his own.

They now need 369 runs for victory. 360-odd in a day is going to be

tough work. We're in a tough work. We're in a position

that we've allowed ourselves to win

the game at least. It's up to us to

try and put our best foot forward,

use all the skills we've got and

get out thru and do it. get out thru and do it. Australia

has brushed aside Papua New Guinea

46-6 to cruise in to the semifinals

of Rugby League's World Cup. The

Kangaroos blooded four debutants but showed the same ruthless

approach they have all approach they have all series,

leading 22-0 at the break. PNG did

score a popular second half try but couldn't get anywhere near the

Aussies who will play Fiji or

Ireland for a spot in the final. Extraordinary post match scenes

following the A-League draw between

Perth and the Jets. It's getting

ugly again. Trinidad is getting

involved. It all stemmed from this

challenge on Trinidad on From Jets

captain Jade North. You're going to

make us happy with finance. The

interest rate war is stepping up a gear? Especially if you're an

Aussie Home Loan customer. They've

cut their rates by another 40 basis

points. The standard variable home

loan rate drops . This comes on loan rate drops . This comes on top

of a 50 basis point cut before last

week's Reserve Bank reduction. John

Symond says Aussie's rates are

below those of the big banks. Our

market is expected to open slightly

stronger this morning after a rally

on Wall Street on Friday. The Dow

Jones surged nearly 250 points or 2.85%

2.85% to cap off another volatile

week on global markets. Back home,

the Reserve Bank will be in the

spotlight today when it hands down

its quarterly statement on monetary policy. Analysts are expecting the

Central Bank will downgrade its

economic growth to 2%. Taking a

look at the markets in more detail.

To business in brief now.

Australia's mining industry has

frozen recruitment as it assesses

the full impact of the global economic slowdown.

Mostly cloudy around the eastern parts:

Checking this morning's newspaper

headlines. The final moments and

funerals of the Bali bombers. US

president-elect Barack Obama is

calling for an unprecedented

stimulus package for the US economy.

The Queen leads a Remembrance The Queen leads a Remembrance Day ceremony in London.

You're watching Ten's Early News. Indonesia on alert for revenge attacks as the Bali bombers are buried. An semifinals of Rugby League's World Cup. A stronger start expected on our market today. I'll cross live to CommSec for a preview shortly. Supporters of the Bali bombers have called for revefrpg attacks against

foreigners as they biried the executed terrorists. Hundreds of people clashed with police as the bodies of Imam Samudra, Mukhlas and Amrozi were returned to theirome

villages for funerals. The Rudd

Government is warning Australians,

especially school leavers, to stay

away from Bali. Tourists have

welcomed the news of the

executions. Very good, mate. Very

good. About time it happened. Took

a long time. Six years. Islamic

leaders in Indonesia have denounced the

the Bali bombers in a bid to quell

religious tension. For survivors

and victims' families across

Australia, the executions of

Samudra, Mukhlas and Amrozi have

marked the final chapter of a

6-year battle. These are the

terrifying scenes of 2002, which

claimed the lives of 202 people,

including 88 Australians.

It's huge. It's scary. People are

burnt everywhere. There are people

dead. There's everything. Six years

on, victims' families and survivors

celebrated with news the

masterminds of the attacks have

been executed. In Sydney, candles

were lit and 88 balloons released

in to the sky. This woman says

justice has been served. justice has been served. She lost

her mother. It's over. It's

finished. I'm not going to see them

again. That's going to be it. It's

a good feeling. Phil was among a

group who gathered in Perth to

remember their mates who didn't

make it. He suffered burns to make it. He suffered burns to 60%

of his body and says the executions

will help him move on. I disengaged

myself emotionally for so on. By the executions coming

the executions coming along, it's

dug some stuff up. Brian lost his

son, Josh. He fears there will be

evenge attacks by radical evenge attacks by radical followers.

Capital punishment of those that

were involved will be seen as were involved will be seen as wrong.

And they will be seen as freedom

fighters. And as such youse have

those ingredients together and that

creates martyrdom. Australians are being urged

being urged not to travel to

Indonesia, especially recent school

leavers. Queensland ploos are

hunting a man wanted -- police are

hunting a man wanted over a

shooting at a Gold Coast home.

Neighbours heard a gunshot. It's

believed two men were drinking

together before the shooting together before the shooting took

place. The injured man made his way

to a friend's house where an

ambulance was called for him.

Australia's ailing car industry is

Australia's ailing car industry is

set to get a $3 billion funding boost with the Government tew

nounce its automotive assistance

package today. The 10-year plan

will include a reduction in car

tariffs and the production of more environmentally friendly vehicles.

The Government has sought

commitments from Holden, Ford and Toyota to continue making cars Toyota to continue making cars in Australia. Australia's growth is

under renewed threat with the World

Bank warning some economies have entered

entered a danger zone. As G20

finance ministers met to seek a global solution to the financial

crisis, they were told some

economies are heading for meltdown.

This report indicates there will be

a further slowing in the developing world that will have knock-on

effects to countries in our region. The finance ministers have agreed

to take all necessary steps to

restore confidence and stability

restore confidence and stability in

global markets. Hurricane Paloma

has battered Cuba, forcing the

evacuation of half a million people.

Paloma lashed the island with heavy

rain and wind of up to 110

kilometres an hour. Downing power

lines and causing coastal flooding. The

The hurricane has weak toond a

tropical storm as it moves towards

the Bahamas. The Queen has led a

Remembrance Day ceremony in

Remembrance Day ceremony in London.

Thousands of veterans gathered to

commemorate their fallen comrdz. --

comrades. This morning add 11

o'clock, two minutes silence to

remember those killed in the First

World War. And the many wars since.

Thousands of veterans stood at the

Cenotaph in London, this

Remembrance Sunday just two days before

before the 90th anniversary of the

Armistice. The end of World War I.

And the anniversary marked too

And the anniversary marked too in

places where British soldiers are

still engaged.

still engaged. Basra in southern

Iraq. And Afghanistan. Those who

lost their lives in war remembered today

today by loved ones and friends.

And by all of us. Hard to believe,

but a mass brawl has broken out

between monks at one of Jerusalem's

holiest sites. Police had to be

called in to restore

called in to restore order when

fighting erupted between Greek

Orthodox and Armenian monks in the

ancient church. Shocked pilgrims

looked on as dozens of rival monks

traded kicks and punches and threw

anything they could get their hands

on. The trouble flared as Armenians

prepared to commemorate the

have crucified discovery of the cross believed to

have crucified Jesus. Australia's

poor overrate seems set to cost

them dearly as they chase an

unlikely victory on the final day

of the fourth cricket Test in India.

The tourists requiring a further

369 runs to win the Test and retain

the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Jason Krejza was forced to Krejza was forced to bowl

throughout the afternoon and he did

very well. He grabbed another four wickets, taking his match tally to 12. Australia's over rate was

12. Australia's over rate was so

bad they couldn't use their pacemen

through the final session and India

capitalised. Undefeated Australia

has cruised in to Rugby League's World Cup finals. The World Cup finals. The Kangaroos

have now eased past Papua New

Guinea 46-6 in Townsville. Four

debutants for the Kangaroos and it

took eight minutes for one of them

to open the scoring. David Williams took eight minutes for one of them

had a double before the first half

was finished. So did Joel Monaghan.

22-0 at half-time, more fun than a

poke in the eye, just ask Terry

Campese. In his absence, Scott

Prince crossed once.

Then twice.

The Wolfman went one better, with

his third. But the most popular try

hosts. of the night didn't come from the

Fans overjoyed. Australia's line

Fans overjoyed. Australia's line

broken. They got those points back,

though, in the final minutes.

Beaten but not disgraced. A tearful

farewell to international football

for Papua New Guinea's servant. Hawthorn champion Shane for Papua New Guinea's longest

Crawford has explained the Crawford has explained the reason

by his decision to retire. The 1999 Brownlow

Brownlow Medallist says it's time

to put his family before football.

It wasn't until when I went to go

and sign my contract the other day

that I had to say, "I don't want to

play on." I found it, you know,

there was like a sort of weight had

been lifted off. I'm very excited

about my future. Crawford described

as the perfect finish winning this year's AFL Premiership

as the perfect finish to a

decorated career. All eyes will be

on the Reserve Bank today when it

unveils its quarterly statement on

monetary policy. Good morning. What's the data expected to show? Morning. I suppose everyone is

information to hopefully get a view going to be looking at this

on the current easing cycle from

the RBA. It's the most significant

the RBA. It's the most significant

we've seen in 25 years. We've had

three rate cuts in the last three months and everyone wants to know

is there more on the horizon? We're

expecting another quarter of a

percent rate cut in December. And

our markets expected to open

slightly stronger today? Up around

24 points, if you look at the spy

futures. There might be a bit of

pressure coming through on the

miners. We did see base metals

miners. We did see base metals

across the board. The gold price

was a bit stronger and so was oil.

You never know. We're hoping the

banks and the industrial stocks

will be able to pull us across the

line. Thank you for the update.

Thank you. Aussie Home Loans has

points. cut its rates by another 40 basis

That's all the finance. Let's hope

we're talking about some of the

other banks having dropped their

rates as well. The challenge is out there.

Recapping this morning's top

stories. Indonesia on terror alert.

Hundreds of hard-line supporters

clash with police as they bury the

Bali bombers. Billion dollar

bailout - this time the Government

delivers a taxpayer funded shot delivers a taxpayer funded shot in

the arm to the ailing car industry.

Aussie Home Loans

Aussie Home Loans ups the ante in

the interest rate war with another

40 basis point cut. Goodbye for now.

Have a great morning.

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