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This morning, market meltdown,

after savage session raises fears

of a new global recession.

Fresh allegations the secret gay

life file of former New South Wales

transport minister David Campbell.

Deadliest airlines - the carriers

to avoid and the safest in the

world. Plus Twilight tantrums. I

think they look like brats a are of

them. The ugly pay dispute that

could split the cast. Then marriage

over - singer Roman quoting splits

with his wife of 12 years, this

Saturday the 22 May 2010.

Live from Brekkie Central here is

Samantha and Larry. Thank you for

joining us. Welcome back to a very

tanned and relaxed Larry Emdur.

Nice to be back. I was unsuccessful

in the audition for catch that

coconut. It was a game shoi was

trying out for so I am back here.

You could not catch one coconut in

ten days. Nice to be home. Who was

here? Thanks Andrew. Big show this

morning. Why grey is the new black.

They call them silver foxes. Why

Hollywood is leading a new trend

towards ageing grey and phrase

fully. Also ahead - the usher

phenomenon, it was the performance

that stopped Sydney Harbour.

# There's so many way to love you.

# Baby I can break you down. I see

why the R&B sensation is number one

on our music charts. Let's begin

with all the latest news. Good

morning Novacastrian bione. Up to

three Australians are believed to

have been killed in a plane crash

in Afghanistan. The kpwher sal

airliner carrying 44 people crashed

on a remote mountain range north of

the capital Kabul on Monday. Search

teams reached the crash site

yesterday but found no survivors.

Eight foreigners were on board the

plane, including British, American

and Australian passport holders but

the Department of Foreign Affairs

has been unable to confirm how many

Australians died. The crash

occurred in heavy fog but the cause

has not been determined. Ex-New

South Wales minister David Campbell

is facing fresh allegations police

knew of his activities at a local

gay beat long before he became

their minister. A group known as

Wollongong against corruption

claims police have surveillance

recordings from the 1990s. When he

was appointed minister for police

this becomes a potential

vulnerability for the minister. Mr

Campbell has denied ever been the

subject of a blackmail or

intimidation. Never over the period

of my public life have those

personal choices impacted in any

way, shape or form on the decisions

I have had to make in public life.

The former transport minister has

produced phone records showing he

was at home last month on the night

drivers were left stranded on

Sydney's F3. A Sydney man accused

of murdering his mother's lover

will face court today after being

extradited from Singapore. The 20-

year-old arrived in Australia last

night under heavy police guard. His

mother and father have already been

charged over the murder of a

Malaysian consulate worker in

February. 43-year-old Ergin Saygun

was bashed with a hammer and

stabbed repeatedly near his lie

cart home. Global money markets

remain volatile despite Germany

approving its share of a $1

trillion rescue package for its

debt-stricken neighbours. The shock

and awe package is considered

crucial to international market

stability but while currencies

climbed on the announcement stocks

continued to fall. Australian

markets staged a remarkable

fightback yesterday to close just

11 points down while US markets

reacted positively after the Senate

approved historic legislation to

make Wall Street banks more

accountable. Four female Australian

soldiers have been sent home from

the Middle East after becoming

pregnant. The women were flown home

from interest frontline to protect

their unborn children. The

pregnancies have prompted the

defence department to remind troops

about safe sex. All female troops

are tested for pregnancy before

they leave the country and are

given free condoms and

contraceptive skills in conflict

zones. Thailand's Prime Minister

says order has been restored after

weeks of deadly mayhem in Bangkok.

The Thai government says it is

working towards reconciling with

the Red Shirts after violent

protests rocked the capital killing

16 people. As we move ahead the

huge challenges ahead of us,

particularly if challenge of

overcoming the divisions that have

occurred in this country.

Thailand's profitable tourism

sector is bracing for a backlash.

Visitor numbers are expected to

drop by 3 million this year as a

result of the unrest.

A bridge in Russia had to be closed

when it started buckling. Several

cars were travelling across the

volume gear river bridge when it

began swaying violently. Thwart

authorities are not sure what

caused the bridge to move but

recent strong floods and a possible

earthquake among the theories. A

movie is being made about Barack

Obama's younger years in Indonesia.

The film called 'Obama, the Menteng

Kid' tells the story of the US

President's multicultural

upbringing. It feel -- it feels

like it is a once in a lifetime

opportunity to be able to play such

an important character. Barack

Obama lived in Jakarta with his

mother from the age of 6 until he

was ten and was called Barry. The

movie will open there in June

coinciding with the President's

expected visit. In finance news

this morning Wall Street rebounded

Steep opening losses.

Good morning everyone. We can call

the US President Bazza now when he

comes Down Under. Geelong is on top

of the AFL ladder after a ruthless

win over the high-flying Magpies at

the MCG last night. The Pies

finished the first half strongly

the trail by five points at the

main break. The Cats leapt clear of

the Magpies in the third quarter.

The kick is on its way. It is

working back. I think it is good.

It is good. Geelong kept the

momentum going in the final quarter

with Matthew Stokes kicking three

goals as the defending premiers

eased to a six-goal within in front

of more than 88,000 Nans. Lions

forward Brendan Fevola remains in

doubt for Sunday's match in

Adelaide with a groin injury.

Jonathan Brown has been passed fit

to play. Port forward Robbie Gray

is set to miss tonight's match

against the Demons due to a back

injury. The Tigers have snapped a

four game losing streak with a win

over the nights in Newcastle last

night. After a thrashing with

Souths last weekend it looked early

on like a repeat for Wests but they

hit back to leave the sides level

at half time. The runaway

Englishman. In wet conditions Chris

Lawrence barged over to give the

Tigers a second half lead were

Benji Marshall put the game out of

the knight's reach.

Queensland hooker Cam Smith has

trained with his maroons team-mates

but still remains in doubt for the

opening State of Origin match with

an elbow injury.Ty man that Tahu

has been passed fit to take his

place in the Blues side for Wednesday's blockbuster. Socceroos

goalkeeper mark Schwarzer is in

doubt for the match against the

Kiwis on Monday night. He picked up

a thumb strain during training on

Thursday. He was notably absent

during last night's session in

Melbourne's Olympic Park. The

Australian women's soccer team is

through to the Asian Cup semi-

finals in China. It goes to the far

post. It is in the become of the

net. Well done to Tom -- well done

to the girls. The Matilda's scored

three goals in a 15 minute second

half blitz. Casey stoner clocked

the second fastest time in practise

behind the world champion Valentino

Rossi for the French MotoGP at the

Le Mans track. Richie Porte has

maintained his lead in the Tour Of

Italy. Well done to Melbourne, it

is such an extraordinary city.

89,000 people at a regular home and

away game at the MCG last night.

Huge numbers. Let's look at the

weather now with James Tobin. JT,

gee it is a hard life for you, you

are in far north Queensland this

morning. How lovely! I love my job.

I love your job too. I really love

my job. I have spent the rest of

the week in Sydney and Melbourne I

have to say it has been cold. It

don't want to rub that in the noses

of the people who are living there,

they are magnificent places. Have a

look at this - Port Douglas is just

magnificent. We have the Daintree

rainforest just over there and the

rainforest comes down and meets the

reef - the Great Barrier Reef, cape

tribulation, four mile beach just

over. There it is just spectacular.

I am hot wearing a T-shirt and a

short-sleeved shirt. That is what

the temperature is like up here at

the moment. It is spectacular. It

is like this for the entire year

but then for ten days at the moment

they have Carnival. If you like a

bit of fun the Port Douglas

carnival is on at the moment. There

we had a long lunch here yesterday

that moved into a street parade and

it does not stop. We have food,

wine and a taste of Port having

this evening. No rest for the

wicked and it goes for another ten

days - ten days in total. They even

have a theme song. They have a

theme song for the Port Douglas

Carnival. I will show you that in a

moment. Magnificent in Port Douglas.

Around the rest of the country -

let's have a look.

This is a signed local musician. It

is early, I hope the vocal chords

are warmed up. This is the theme

song for carnival.

# When I come home

# With you I'm alone

# And it feels like nothing is

wrong and everything is OK

# And it feels like nothing is

wrong and everything is OK. That's

how I feel today.

# And it feels like nothing is

wrong and everything is OK.

Everything is OK. We're in Port Douglas.

# And it feels like nothing is

wrong and everything is OK

# Everything is OK

# Nothing is wrong and everything

is OK You are such a groover JT.

# It feels like nothing is yong and

everything is okay. He needs to

talk tousher about some moves. I

was just picking up the words.

There's more.

# No time to put the bin out. Thank

you mate. See you soon. It is a yes

from Dannii Minogue, we're just

waiting on what Carl says. JT has a

problem, he has used all his

weather words in one cross. He will

be stuck for the next half hour. He

can double up. Or we can hear the

song again. Nothing is wrong except

for Jame's dancing. Another great

day in JT land. Major recovery -

Bret Michaels medical battle and

his score to settle with trump.

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There are growing fears financial

markets are once again headed for

global recession. Slumping markets

in America and Europe have hit

Australian stocks heavily and our

dollar has also fallen to a ten-

month low. Let's get more from our

US correspondent Mike Amor and

Michael Pascoe joins us as well.

Has there been any recovery in the

US overnight. After that Shocking

day yesterday the worst since

February 2009, it looked like it

was going to be more of the same

today, a bad start on Wall Street

but there was a recovery as some

investors moved in and perhaps

snapped up some of those stocks

that have been beaten down in the

past couple of weeks. In the end

the Dow finished up 125 points.

Perhaps beers are flowing on Wall

Street on a Friday night tonight.

Still the Dow is down more than 10%

of the heights of 2010 so not a lot

to celebrate. Big picture, I

suppose nervous would be an

understatement to describe US

investors today. They are very

nervous. The volume till --

volatility index was up slightly

today but it is around the same

levels as the time of the crash

last year. What is going on in

Europe is concerning a lot of

people. Also the fact that the

Senate passed those Wall Street

reformsover night has a lot of

people still very nervous. I saw a

quote from one investor today and

he said, "Traders and investors are

frightened here and they just want

out." That does not sound very

encouraging. Travellers are in for

a shock with the dollar, will it

stay low for the while? The one

sure thing about the Australian

dollar is you can't forecast it. It

also finds a way of surprising it

one way or the other. The

Australian dollar is reflecting

that global uncertainty in markets

about how far will Europe influence

the rest of the world. That money

being taken off the table by people

scared of risk hurts the Aussie

because it is seen as a bit of an

investment proxy for Asia. So if

the fears about Europe's problems

causing problems in Asia abait, the

Aussie will recover, if they don't

it will remain soft. Is it possible

at all things will bounce back

quickly or are we on one of those

long, slow spire rats now? There is

so much uncertainty around it makes

it hard to gauge. so much uncertainty around it makes

it hard to gauge. There is this

basic argument you have to decide,

will Europe's problems with bad

enough to hit Asia or will Europe's problems with bad enough to hit Asia or not. No one

is sure. You can mount a good

argument on both sides of that. To

keep in it perspective Wall Street

is down about 10%. That is

officially a correction but it is

the first correction since this

bull market took off in March of

last year and to have a ten%

correction after the rally the one

the US has had is not exactly earth

shattering. It is a worry for

people after a good long run but it

is not everyone heading for the

exits at the moment. We are hearing

from the business fraternity there

is a sense of moving out of the GFC.

Do you see this as a sign that we

are going back into it. It is a

different animal. The big different

this time is that people know what

is problem is. People know it is a

problem with sovereign debt in

Europe. Last time around, when

global finance froze for a while

people didn't quite know where the

bodies were buried. It was a much

greater uncertainty. This time it

is a question of the will and the

patience and the nerve to fix a

problem people know about -

sovereign debt in southern Europe.

Thanks for that.

The hunt is on for senior members

of a gooms -- doomsday cult in

Adelaide. The search was splashed

after a police raid on a property

uncovered weapons and explosives.

The Agape Ministrys, who have

several hundred followers

reportedly believe the world will

end in 2012. We are joined by our

Adelaide correspondent. What are

police saying to you this morning?

Good morning. What they are saying

is that they believe they do know

where the cult leader, Rocco Leo,

and his two main offsiders are

hiding. Earlier in the week they

said they had no reason to suspect

they had fledover seas but they

weren't sure if they had gone

overseas. I are -- they are now

saying they think they know where

they are and are waiting for the

appropriate time to talk to them.

This comes on top of the third day

of raids on properties in and

around Adelaide yesterday.

Yesterday they found thousands more

rounds of ammunitions stuffed into

metal bed heads packed into

shipping containers. Today what we

will see is possibly more raids but

certainly investigations continuing.

Is there anymore information on

what the cult was actually planning

to do? In terms of what they were

going to do with all the weapons

they were amassing, no, police

really don't know what that was

about. Whether it was to protect

this Pacific island colony they

were planning to move to or whether

it was some sort of suicide pact,

police don't know at this point.

What we do know is that they were

planning this move to an island in

the Pacific toest stkaip the end of

the world and -- to escape the end

of the world. Police say they might

have been ready to make that move

within days with the shipping

containers packed and ready to go.

It sounds like a movie. Detectives

are also investigating fraud within

the investigation - within the

organisation, is that right?

Absolutely. The plot thickens. It

is a case from congregation members

have aparently been asked to donate

10% of all their earnings to the

leaders of this cult as well

followers have sold their

businesses, their houses, their

cars, to donate to this move, to

move to the Pacific island. So

there is money, there is guns,

there has been talk that child

brides have been promised to

particular people although police

have said they are not

investigating any reports of abuse

and neither is families SA. I guess

we are looking at more people who

have been involved somehow to come

forward. Place are urging anybody

who may have been impacted, who may

have handed over dollars to please

come forward as this investigation

continues. Extraordinary story.

Thank you for your time. That

wasn't the Pacific island I have

just been to by the way. When you

travel the world there is plenty of

choice went it comes to airlines.

It is a decision not to be taken

lightly. We want value for money

and want to be in safe hands. The

2010 World Airline Awards have just

been announced. Airve United

Nations expert Jeffrey Thomas joins

us now. Which airlines have taken

out the top spots this year? Look,

these are the Skytrax awards from

the United Kingdom. The winner this

year iss a yarn that airlines out

of Korea which is a terrific turn

around story, a terrific

organisation not well-known to

Australians. The other airlines are

Singapore Airlines and Cathay pas

is -- Cathay Pacific. And Air New

Zealand, the best turn around story

we have seen in the industry for

decades. So some new airlines up

there and some very good operations.

What has happened to Qantas. We are

used to seige it near the top of

the list there. -- seige it near

the top of the list. -- seeing it

near the top of the list? These

awards are voted by

Garuda brought in an American turn

around during ru from delta

airlines in the US and he was

responsible for turning around

Korean Airlines. He has changed the

culture of Garuda. There is new

management there as well. They have

bought a lot of new aeroplanes, new

product and new commitment to

safety and they have really come

from nowhere to be a standout

airline this year and well done to

them. It is God to see. Thanks for

running us through that this

morning. I'm watching that and I am

glad you have your own jet so you

don't have to make that decision. I

have flown Garuda. I am very

surprised at the turn around. News

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It is bang on 7.30. It is news time

and here is Sarah. A Perth man

wanted over the murder of

millionaire businessman Craig Puddy

may be hiding in far north

Queensland. WA detectives have

taken their search for Cameron

Mansell to Cairns after releasing

him in Perth two weeks ago. It is

unclear whether they are talking to

his contacts there or chasing up a

possible sighting. He is the main

suspect in the murder of his

business partner Craig Puddy. A

12012-year-old girl and her mother

are among nine people on

Queensland's Sunshine Coast being

tested for the potentially deadly

Hendra virus. They all came into

contact with an infected horse that

had to be put down. We are pretty

shocked that the results came back

at Hendra virus. We are glad we

know what it was now. Their own

test results are expected to be

negative but won't be known for six

weeks. Scientists have installed

cameras at the quarantined property

to try to learn how bats transmit

Hendra virus. Researchers say

vaccine is still five years away.

South Australian police believe

they know where the leader of a

controversial doomsday cult is

hiding. Rocco Leo has been on the

run since police accused him of

fraud. There are also calls to

freeze the Agape Ministry's assets

which could total $10 million.

Using existing laws and law reform

and treating this cult with the

priority it deserves. Detectives

have seized hundreds of rounds of

ammunition stored in furniture

believed to be stockpiled by Agape

Ministry leaders. A British family

has been murdered in Pakistan after

a feud over an aranged marriage. A

young mother and her parents were

killed in a cemetery at aville

investigation -- village in the

country's south-east. It is

believed they were shot by gunmen

defending the family Oz honour

motivated because another son was

divorcing his wife. Australia and

the United States have warned North

Korea that acts of aggression will

not be tolerated. An international

report has found a North Korean

submarine torpedoed a South Korean

naval ship killing 46 people. I

think it is -- I think it is

important to send a clear message

to North Korea that provocative

actions have consequences. North

Korea has denied it was involved.

Two Indonesian boys were undergo

potentially life changing surgery

in Perth today for crippling burns.

The nine-year-old's were bad

Leyburned in separate accidents at

home. They have been brought to

Australia by West Australian based

charity The John Fawcett Foundation.

Today's operation is expected to

last eight hours. The main idea is

to restore their function and the

second idea is to make them as

aesthetically and cosmetically

pleasing as we can. The pois --

boys face many more operations.

Geelong has shown they are the

steam to beat in the AFL after a

humbling of the Magpies at the MCB

last night. In front of an almost

capacity proud at the MCG the Cats

put their mark on the game in the

third quarter. We were up for it.

How can you not get up for footy in

front of 88,000 people. Matthew

Stokes matched his team-mate

Cameron Moonee with three goals as

the Cats jump to the top of the

ladder with a commanding win.

The Tigers have bounced back from

last week's hiding to the Bunnies

with a win over the Knights in

Newcastle last night. The Tigers

coped better in the wet conditions

to set up the win in the second

half. I was real happy with the way

the boys controlled the footy and

trying to control the field

position wasn't easy kicking into

the win. Two tries in the final ten

minutes put the finishing touches

on the win that sees the Tigers

move back into the top eight. The

Australian women's soccer team have

qualified for the semifinals of the

Asian Cup in China after a win over

South Korea last night. The

Matildas can book their place in

next year's World Cup in Germany

with a win in the semis. Sook Roos

goalkeeper mark Schwarzer is in

doubt for the match against the

Kiwis on Monday night after

straining a thumb during training.

World MotoGP champion Valentino

Rossi had the fastest time in

practise despite admitting he is

still haunted by a recent accident.

Casey stoner was second fast rst --

fastest. What were the words again,

nothing is wrong, everything is OK.

It is in my head, it is bugging me.

It is a good song, isn't it. It is

that man's original song. He is a

local and a signed musician. That

is the theme for this year's

Carnival at Port Douglas. Due to

popular demand he will be back in

just a moment for you. I wanted to

point something out. Although

Carnival is on at the moment

everyday of the year is magnificent

up here. Have a look at this church

- St Marys. Over 900 weddings take

place here every year. That is why.

Look at the view. You step out of

the chapel and that is what you

look at. It is just spectacular.

Carnival is on at the moment. Think

Rio, think that sort of Carnival.

That is what it is like here -

colour, movement, sexyness. I want

to show you an example. That is

what is going on up here at the

moment. It gets a little loco but

it is also a lot of fun. Colour and

movement, sexyness. Simon is ready

to book his fight. It is sort of

like Carmen Miranda meets crocodile

Dundee. This weather will be

Australia's got 'X Factor' talent

mixed in with weather.

A strong low sweeping through

Western Australia today will bring

showers and storms. Mostly fine

conditions are expected for the

rest of the country but showers are

forecast along the northern New

South Wales coast. Looking at the

capital cities now, a fine day with

a top of 24 for Brisbane.

Continuing on the Australia's got

exfactor tall lnt I would like to

introduce you to all stars

entertainment troop, aaccompanied

by the man who has written a theme

song of this year's Carnival. Take by the man who has written a theme song of this year's Carnival.

it away. These guys will be

performing at the food and wine and

a Tas of Port tonight. Two Latin-

American routines, this is one of

the routines we will see this evening. Rock it girls.

Last week Kyle said your routine

was fantastic. What will he say

this week. Dannii was shock and

almost went into premature labour.

Brian McFadden, he is - his eyes

are large right new. Bryan Mac

faden doesn't know where to look.

Traffic lights in the bushes. The

stop/go guy over there, the guy

with the plates on his chest and

the fruit basket, isn't it grey to

see Andrew O'Keefe enjoys his days

off and gets into the spirit. James

from everybody here watching the

program and there are many people

watching the program this morning

from the bottom of our hearts we

thank you for bringing that -

whatever that was - it was terrific.

It is a party. If you get to the

airport now James there is a flight

out you can escape all that madness.

Are you OK. You were a bit puzzled

before. I didn't know where to look.

She is from Adelaide she is not

used to this. Can we get three

coloured plates for Sarah and some

fruit. I'm scare about o'clock.

Ronan Keating and his model wife

entheir marriage after 12 years.

Straight ahead, from Clooney to

conry, the new Hollywood trend

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Welcome back. Celebrities go to

greats to fight the ageing process

for the sake of their careers. Do

we? There is a growing crop of

stars who are happy to let nature

take its course. They are starting

a new trend. Meet Hollywoods silver foxes.

# We fade to grey..

# We fade to grey. They are some of

Hollywoods hottest celebs and are

some of the foxcyest. I think grey

hair, especially on a man says

experience, power, gravitas so men

should not be atrade to just let it

go white. Hollywood has a lot of

silver foxes but I think George

Clooney would have to be the

universal favourite because he is

so cool. When you think about it in

his early days he was sort of the

boy next door then he evolved into

a bit of a Playboy leading man type

but when it really started to go

salt and pepper around the oceans

11 time that is when he game really

cool. What is nice about seeing so

many men comfortable with their

white hair is that the women are

more comfortable with it too. When

older ladies were constantly dying

their hair colours of red, yellow

and brown it looked so unnatural.

Now when we say the Dame Helen

Mirrens or Judy bench or Meryl

Streep in devil wears Prada they

look sexy and fabulous. It means

experience and power. You have no

style or sense of fashion. Well, I

think that depends on what you...

No, no, that wasn't a question. For

some grey hair has come a little

earlier than expected. The fact

that Eric Dane has let himself go

naturally shows you that he is

comfortable with himself. Why not,

he his a great physique. He still

has a grateful head of hair. Why

not? What will you find fault with

a few grey hairs. Eric Dane the

Grey's Anatomy actor is only in his

late 30s but somehow if you are a

man and have grey hair it is

distinguished and mature. Grey hair

shows you have a confidence and a

self confidence. It is showing that

you don't care. You are happy with

how you look and there is an

acceptance of you, how you look. I

think that is very important and

particularly prevalent within men

in Hollywood. Then will are those

whose grey share not always

considered distinguished. Brad

president has a lot of grey hair

going on in there but how can you

notice it with the action on the chin. There

or 'The Sunday Telegraph' with any breakfast McValue Meal.

Good morning Sydney. A few showers

today a top of 18 degrees. That is

very intense music for a Saturday

morning. Getting Mareeed said to be

every girl's dream but the greem

can often take over reality. One in

three mans end in divorce. Experts

say there is too much pressure on

guys to propose. It does not stop

the ix sitement when it happens.

Take a look at this scene from the

first Sex and the City movie. The

other night Big and I were talking

about, you know, moving in together

and a future and, well, we decided

to get married. (screams)

eefrpblgts and I'm deaf. Everybody

is looking. I'm so sorry everyone

but this is my friend and she just

got engaged and she has been going

out with the man for ten years. I'm

fortified. There is literally a

ringing in my ear. Make no mistake

if it happens on Sex and the City

and 'Desperate Housewives' it is

real. Is there too much pressure to

hes that a fear of commitment you Reashower him you won't leave. If up to the top of the Eiffel Tower. writing and don't have to be taken the guys you are not expecting sky hard because they can't nag. Tell married and love him it is really them. If they really want to get question? It is really hard for down on one knee and popping the certainly hearing a lot of rushing into marriage but I am into marriage? I think we are Lamble joins us now. Are we rushing propose. Our psychologist Joe

have so say, "I am not your ex-wife

- I am not your mum. I am me." What

is wrong with proposing to him.

Does it matter - my parents will be

at home going what is she talking

about - does it matter in this day

and age, you have to be Mareeed in

To some people it is everything and

to other people it means nothing.

The trouble is it is normally one

of each. You can't compromise and

be half married. Obviously what is

most important is commitment

because a commitment will get you

through life together. That is what

you have to think about. I really

feel for both parties here. We have

ta take a commercial break because

Sam's mum is on the phone. She is

having chest pains. Speaking of

marriage, coming up what went wrong

- inside the marriage of Ronan

Keating's 12-year union.

The weekend sub rise showbiz report.

It is time for gossip now with Tomm

Taylor. Hello. Mr Nice guy Ronan

Keating's marriage is over. What

happened? His new single is love is

a hurricane but maybe really in

this case it could be love is a

dancer that's ten years younger

than your wife framed Fran seens

Cornell. It looks like he has been

thrown out of the household after

being married to his sweetheart for

12 years. They have three kids

tonight. He will be part of the 'X

Factor' which can be seen on

Channel Seven but it looks like

this dancer they got close together

during a recent tour and this could

be the thing that separates a

marital union. Moving on and

Lindsay Lohan has been back in

trouble with the law right? It

looks like Lindsay Lohan, first she

could not get back from France to

the United States to meet a court

appointment yet at -- yesterday at

8.30 because of a volcano erupting

and then she lost her passport. The

judge issued a warrant for her

arrest and put a band of $100,000

American. She posted 10% of that,

she will be probably travelling

from France and leaving the film

festival and coming back to a mess

of legal troubles. She was arrested

twice in the year of 2007 and has

to meet certain criteria related to

education and alcohol awareness. It

is to monitor her progress of

probation. She will be in a

courtroom on Monday to answer to

this. She could be locked up for

some time, maybe between 45 to 180

days but in the Los Angeles

community the last time Lindsay

Lohan was behind bars it was just

for 84 minutes. Quickly, we showed

some new photos there - some black

and white pictures - allegedly. Are

they - it looks like she may be

doing drugs in one of them? It

looks like there is some mysterious

white powder on one of the counter

tops, close to that drinking glass.

I don't know what that could be. I

live in Hollywood, I have never

seen anything like it, but these

photographs will not be part of the

legal proceedings that will take

place Monday morning in a Beverly

hills courtroom because they are

inadmissible. One we don't know

what the powder is and two we don't

know how old they are. Thank you.

For your eight years of legal

commentary across that. studies we aappreciate your

It 18 o'clock. It is news time.

Federal authorities are trying to

confirm reports up to three

Australians have been killed in a

plane crash in Afghanistan. The

commercial airliner carrying 44

people crashed on a remote mountain

range north of the capital Kabul on

Monday. Search teams reached the

crash sight yesterday but found in

survivors. Eight foreigners were

onboard the plane, including

British, American and Australian

passport holders. The Department of

Foreign Affairs has been unable to

confirm how many Australians died.

The crash occurred in heavy fog

buzz -- but the cause has not been

determined. Homicide detectives are

at the scene of afy tall shooting

in Melbourne's north last night. A

neighbour called police after

hearing a disturbance at a home in

Coburg just after midnight.

Detectives found the body of a man

in his 60s inside. A woman and two

men who were at the house are being

questioned over the shooting. The

New South Wales Premier Kristina

Keneally says she would welcome

former minister David Campbell back

into State cabinet despite him

living a life. The transport

minister resigned after seven News

revealed he visited a gay sex club.

It is one of the biggest scandals

to rock the New South Wales

Government but after accepting

David Campbell's resignation

premier Kristina Keneally said he

would be welcomed back to the

ministry. I would not rule that out.

I said that to day Sydney last

night. His secret double life

unrafveld after seven news caught

him leaving a Sydney gay sex club.

Facing the cameras he denied risky

and reckless activities compromised

his role as a minister. Never over

the period of my public life have

those personal choices impacted in

any way, shape or form on the

decisions I have had to make in

public life. There are allegations

Wollongong police now of his

activities at a local gay beat

during a surveillance operation in

the '90s. They identified David

Campbell, the Lord mayor of wool

long go on at that time, as a

person engaged actively on the gay

beat. After intense questioning

over his whereabouts on the night

of the F3 freeway debacle he

produced documents to show he was

at home during the night. I was

shocked actually. Nothing I

expected to see about him. He used

to be my neighbour and, yeah, I

just don't believe it. Private life

is private life. If it was in any

other profession it is - no one

will hassle you for where you go

after work. He insteands to stand

again at next year's state election.

US President Barack Obama has

scored a major victory in his bid

to avoid a repeat of the 2008

financial crisis. Overnight the

Senate approved historic reforms to

the financial sector designed to

make Wall Street banks more

accountable. There will be no more

taxpayer-funded bailouts period. If

large financial institutions should

ever fail we will have to tools to

wind it down without endangering

the broader economy. It is the

second major legislative win for

President Obama over after an

overhaul of the health care system

earlier this year. Thailand's Prime

Minister has sorder had been

restored after weeks of deadly

mayhem in Bangkok. The Thai

government says it is working

towards reconciling with the Red

Shirts after violent protests

rocked the capital killing 16

people. As we move ahead the huge

challenge is ahead of us,

particularly the challenge of

overcoming the divisions that have

occurred in this country.

Thailand's profitable tourism

sector is bracing for a backlash

though. Visitor numbers are

expected to drop by 3 million this

year as a result of the unrest. A

bridge in Russia had to be closed

when it started buckling. Several

cars were travelling across the

volume gear river bridge when it

began swaying violently.

Authorities aren't sure exactly

what caused the bridge to move but

recent strong floods and a possible

earthquake are among the theories.

While some Uni students don't

usually need an excuse to take off

their clothes these ones stripped

down for a good cause, led by

police escort hundreds of college

students from Columbus in the

United States donated their clothes

to the homeless then celebrated

their charitable deet with a

kilometre long uny run. -- undie.

Now it is over to our favourite

silver fox. I don't know what to

say after all that. Geelong is on

top of the AFL ladder after a

ruthless win over the high flying

magpies at the MCG last night.

Collingwood take the momentum to

half time trailing by 5 at the main

break. Inspired by Cameron Moonee

in his 2 hundreth game the Cats

saved their best for the third quarter.

Geelong kept the wheels rolling in

the last quarter with Matthew

Stokes kicking three goals as the

defending premiers ran away to a

six-goal win in front of a huge

crowd. More than 88,000. In the MRL

the Tigers snapped a four-game

losing streak with a win over the

nights in Newcastle last night.

After their huge loss to zoths last

weekend early on the signs were not

good again for the Tigers but they

hit back to have the scores level

at the break.

In the wed conditions Chris

Lawrence barged over to -- wet

conditions Chris Lawrence barged

over to give them the lead before

Benji Marshall put the game out of

the night knight's reach. The

Queensland hooker Cameron Smith has

trained with his maroons team-mates

but remains in doubt for the

opening State of Origin match with

an elbow injury.Ty man that Tahu

has been passed fit to take his

place in the Blues side for Wednesday's blockbuster. Socceroos

goalkeeper mark towardser is in

doubt for the match against the

Kiwis on Monday night. He picked up

a thumb strain during training on

Thursday. He was absent during last

night's session at Melbourne's

Olympic Park. The Australian

women's soccer team is through to

the Asian Cup semifinals in China.

Great news for the girls.

The Matildas scored three goals in

a 15-minute second half blitz to

down South Korea 3-1. And any key

has enlisted some of the world's

biggest names in its new add for

the soccer World Cup in South

Homer Simpson getting in on the

World Cup Steveer with such stars

at that man - Ronaldo. Good news

also Australian Richie Porte has

maintained his lead in the Tour Of

Italy despite finishing seven

minutes off the pace. Ours will be

a house divided today. Swans on one

side Dockers on the other. We will

be along screaming for our teams.

And Homer Simpson somewhere. James

Tobin is in paradise with some very

talented people this morning. Thank

you very much. My name is James

Tobin. I am the host of Australia's

Got X-FActor Talent at Port Douglas.

It is part of the carnivale that is

happening up here. As we have seen

this morning there is planty of

talent to see. We had a fantastic

Strait parade last night and today

we have the food, wine and a taste

of Port festival happening. There

is stuff happening for ten days

straight. It goes right through to

next week im. There can only be one

sash awarded. Last weekend miss

Carnivale 2010 was announced. It is

stowfy Stevenson. Look down the

camera. We will have a chat in just

a moment. Fist let's go around the

country and have a look at the

weather. -- first let's go around

the country and have a look at the weather.

Firstly, congratulations. Thank you

very much. Miss Carnivale 2010 No,

no, no, that is mine. Give it to me.

Give it to me. That is not fair. I

want it. It is mine. I don't like

that. I eat mine Arthur. Just a

quick chat. This is the real Miss

Carnival 2010. It was announced

last weekend but started with seven

finalists. We had seven finalists.

We all had to raise funds for the

chamber of commerce and breast

cancer. It is so Australian, what

did you do to raise funds? A pie

drive. You raised how much? $1,200.

Just over $1,200. You look

fantastic. Best of luck getting

through feastvafplt it is a lot of

fun. Trying to get through ten days

of fun will be hard. Have a little

nap and try to get through today. I

will be back in half an hour with

some amazing talent and some not so

amazing talent. That is mine, give

it back. Is Australia facing the

threat of recession - slumping

markets in America and Europe have

hit Australian stocks heavily while

our dollar has also fallen to a

ten-month low. We are joined by

Seven News US correspondent Mike

Amor and finance expert Michael

Pascoe. How did Wall Street finish

overnight? Sam, it is of clock on a

Friday night on Wall Street and

some of the stockbrokers there, the

beer and the bourbon is flowing. I

am not sure if they are celebrating

or economies rating after

yesterday's bloodbath, the biggest

drob since February last year. It

recovered today. It started off

shakily, but it did recover. The

Dow Jones up. It is still off 10%

from the height of 2010. So it is

certainly fallen a lot in the past

couple of weeks. How quickly do you

think things will bounce back this

time?, as long as the uncertainty

remains about Europe the markets

will stay nervous. It is impossible

to predict that. The thing about

having a correction after a big

rally, Wall Street is down 10%, the

Australian market is up 14%. It

does tend to tempt investors back

into the market. At some stage

people think, "You can't be sure

about the putture but this stock or

that stock, I buy it and hold it

for long enough, it will be good

value anyway." That is the ongoing

daily battle of the market between

those who see value and those who

are worried about uncertainty. Who

would it be too dramatic to say we

in Australia are headed for a

return to the GFC? I think it is

too dramatic. The lesson we learned

from the GFC is that the Australian

economy is part of the Asian

economy, not part of the European

commodity. It is really no surprise

that Europe is in for a very lean

number of years. They have massive

debt, they have massive problems.

But we continue to be part of the

China and India story where growth

- their main problem in China at

the moment is they are growing too

fast, they have to slow it a little

bit. We are in a good position. Our

federal deficit is quite small on

an international basis. We have

strong, profitable banks and a lot

of flexibility in policy. There is

no reason to think Australia is

facing recession, no. Sounds good.

Thank you for your time. Talk to

you soon.

American's rock store Bret Michaels

has been back in and out of

hospital this week after making an

aparent recovery from a brain

haemorrhage last month. He has had

two more serious health scares. It

has not stopped his competitive

edge. Congratulations you are the

final two. When they go head to

head in the boardroom on Sunday

night. One of you will become the

celebrity aapprentice. The rock

star may be doing it long distance.

He is a very competitive guy. He

wants to be there. But after a pair

of medical setbacks this week his

participation in the New York

finale might have to be via

satellite. There are things going

on he needs to take care of that

are far more important than the

reality show. It means a lit to him.

The lead singer suffered a warning

stroke earlier this week. That led

to the discovery of a hole in his

heart that will eventually require

surgery. We all just want him to

get better. He is the sentimental

favourites. These come a month

after he suffered a near fatal

brain haemorrhage. 50% of the

people that had what he had, an

explosion in the brain, they don't

even make to it the hospital. He is

diabetic and has been competing on

behalf of the American diabetes

association. I want to see this

disease gone. During production he

learned his nine-year-old daughter

also suffers from the condition huh

Trump insists his troubles will not

be a factor on deciding a winner.

If it did it on that basis it would

lose cedbilty. If he does tot do as

well as Holly he will not make it.

The decision comes Sunday night. A

roller koioner few weeks for him.

The media storm, the minister and

the gay sauna. In a moment fresh

allocations about outgoing New

South Wales MP David Campbell.

Plus nabbing Miranda Kerr, the

Australian supermodel tells us what

she wants in a man.

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Welcome back. The headline

political story this week has been

the resignation of New South Wales

state MP David Campbell. The

minister's double life as a gay man

visiting sex clubs using a

government car was uncovered

prompting his resignation but the

question remains was quitting his

job necessary given he didn't

actually breach any specific rule.

Let's put it over to the weekend

all stars. Paul Murray joins us

somewhere in Sydney and social

commentator Prue Mac wean is in

Brissie this morning. Thoughts

please. From a mystery location due

to my insecurity. The FBI, I am in

the witness protection program but

strangely appear on television. He

had to offer his resignation but

the Premier did not have to accept

it. He did not break any law

obviously what he did to his wife

is unacceptable but he should have

been given the opportunity by

either the media organisations that

broke the story or by the Premier

to say have 24 hours to tell his

wife, come out as a gay man and

move on. The idea he head to resign

because he went to a legal club -

he was not in some dirty park or

thing - I do have big problems with.

The fact that the Premier this

morning in your news is saying she

will welcome him back means she

didn't really want to sack him. She

should have shown leadership and

said, "This is not anything to do

with his performance in the job. It

is about his behave youfr with his

wife and he should have been given

the chance to leave his wife." Does

it matter what he does in his spare

time. It is really only he and his

wife's issue if he is married to

her but secretly gay. Should the

rest of us be worried? I get

uncomfortable about this because it

is a witch-hunt about his sexuality.

If you put in it context he was in

an era where a lot of men -

particularly men proposing to go

into public life - were prejudiced

- there was a prejudice against

them when they were perceived gay

and he perhaps felt he had to lead

this double life but it is a real

tragedy - a human tragedy. I

thought we should be judging him on

and a lot of the other ministers of

that government as dereliction of

duty as ministers. That is what he

should have been sacked over or

resigned over rather than anything

to do with his sexuality. I really

feel it is uncomfortable that

people are whipping up this whole

frenzy about going into his

personal life. It is a very tragic

situation for him. I hope he gets

out of it and I hope his family is

stronger from it. Also the thing is

we can't write tough fact that he

was a police minister and if he

wasn't given the opportunity to go

and tell his wife about this he was

open to blackmail so somebody did

have to push him on this whether he

had to be pushed out of a ministry

that. Is the other question. It is

a total error of judgment and he

did open himself up for a lot of

potential issues. Let's move right

along. A young woman has been

sacked this week for sending an

email about a private issue fro her

work address. She was complaining

about organisers of a festival she

atended about the proceedings and

she believes they tipped off her

boss as a form of revenge. The girl

was sacked because she violated

company policy. Doesn't everybody

send the occasional email from

their work address. In this case I

would have sacked the sheila as

well. She is working for a legal

form. She used their legal

siingnature on the back. The

implication is that there could be

legal proceedings. There was an

implicit threat atached to that. I

think she really overstepped her

mark. She was a temp. I would have

shown her the door and I think now

we all know her name I would put

loadser on her for head and never

employ that Dame. I would have

sacked the sheila. Totally. Given

ta Seven internet security won't

let me open most of the the emails

you send me where do you draw the

line? I would have marched this

sheila as well. Let's get the T-

shirts made up for that. I hope

this is not the death of one of the

great Australians traditions which

is the foreign order where you turn

up to work and you use work stuff

to make stuff for home. Right now I

am using the Sunrise pottery kiln

to make my mother a wonderful vase

for later in the show. The whole

point of going to work is to be

able to use stuff to come up with

other things. Miranda Kerr has some

dating tips for men. She has ten

pointers on what the fellas need to

do to score a girl like her. One of

the tips is to buy the right size

when it comes to clothes, she is

talking about be healthy, she says

get a babysitter. With these tips

you could