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A woman killed trying to lose down

a Queensland mountain. The first

court appearance for the US soldier

at the centre of a WikiLeaks

scandal. Molly Meldrum's friend

hopeful for a recovery.

Europe's financial woes go from bad

to worse as a war of words erupts

between two old foes. Geoff Ogilvy

puts on a show on moving day at the

Australian Masters.

A woman has been killed while

riding a modified skateboard down a

Brisbane Hill. So we can hit a

guard rail at high speed shortly

after dawn this morning. -- Sue

Wickenden. A 50-year-old woman has

died in this fatal traffic accident.

Mount Coote is an area in Lisbon

that is very popular with Brisbane

-- in Brisbane that is very popular.

It is a winding road and of course

it is a tragedy. Is what the group

was doing legal? This matter is

still under investigation by the

Korean crash unit. It is subject to

an ongoing investigation. It would

appear that this activity of

extreme sport of Luge would be a

legal and unlawful on a public

roadway, but that matter will be ongoing, subject to ongoing

investigation. Would you expect

charges to be laid? That matter

will certainly be looked at.

Douching by anybody's measure. --

luge is dangerous by anybody's

measure. We are very concerned by

what happened this morning. It is a

tragedy for this family, yet

another Australian family will be

without a loved one on this festive

session, which is extremely sad by

any measure. Is this sort of

activity something that police have

come across before in this area? We

are a there that the area is

popular with a lot of people for a

range of hobbies. We have

information to suggest that this

area has been used for this type of

activity before. Thank you.

An American soldier accused of

passing hundreds of thousands of

defence and diplomatic documents to

WikiLeaks has appeared in a

military court for the first time.

Bradley Manning could spend the

rest of his life behind bars, but

his supporters argue that he can't

receive a fair trial. The judge

refused to step aside despite a

request by amending's lawyers. refused to step aside despite a request by amending's lawyers. --

by Bradley Manning's lawyers.

attention. The video that drew international

The video that drew international

attention. Among those that died,

two members of an international

media team. Authorities say Bradley

Manning handed over the video, the largest Manning handed over the video, the

largest theft of intelligence in US

history. The day before his 24th

birthday, he is in the dock, facing

the prospect of life in prison. Julian Assange has always denied

any contact with Bradley Manning.

The soldier appeared to admit guilt

in online chat with a hacker. In

Fort Meade, Maryland, they will

determine whether he will face

court martial. On one side, some

say he put lives at risk. On the

other side, some say he is a hero

that wanted the world to know the

truth. We can't bring the TV

pictures from inside the hearing,

we can only broadcast one-mile from

the courtroom. Security is tight

and much of the hearing will be

held in secret as they discuss

classified material the world has

is no way he already seen. Supporters say there

is no way he can get a fair trial already seen. Supporters say there

after this.

President Obama has said that

Bradley Manning is guilty. He is

the top of the command structure.

Everybody who is a prosecutor,

charge in the Bradley Manning case

is under his command, so how can

you get a fair trial in the

commander-in-chief has said he is

guilty? The case continues to

divide opinion. No this man said, I

take a big risk, but I'm going to

do it so the world can know what's

really going on. Even the mass

media play down without knowing

what's going on. The American

people can't really decide whether

these wars are worth fighting or

whether in fact they are immoral

and in the a foolish errant. That

the embarrassment of the WikiLeaks

saga may mean America's military is just as much on trial.

Meanwhile the founder of WikiLeaks

has been granted permission to

appeal his extradition to Sweden.

Julian Assange faces allegations of

sexual assault by two Swedish women

last. The 40-year-old Australian following his visit to Stockholm

denied the allegations, claiming

they are politically motivated. The

Supreme Court this it will hear the appeal in February.

Molly Ultram remains in a critical

condition almost 48 hours after a

fall at his home. -- Molly Meldrum.

His family have been told this

condition is likely to get worse

before they the improvement.

Critical but stable, but his life

still hangs in the balance. I think

the fact that the night went

through well is positive, and there

has been no deterioration, so we

just have to sit and wait. It has

been almost 48 hours since he fell

3 m. He was putting up Christmas

decorations at his Melbourne home.

Three -- three broken ribs, a

cracked skull and swelling on the

green. Yesterday surgeons operated.

His family have been encouraged by

the outpouring of support. I always

feel that Molly is indestructible

and I'm really hoping that the case

on this occasion. It's been extraordinary. That has given us

tremendous heart, all of us, and we

know that there is so many people

out there pulling for him. It's

likely he will remain in a coma

until at least early next week.

Police have come to the rescue of a

group of fishermen in trouble off

the coast of -- off the coast of

Sydney. With no one injured, the

crew elected to remain on the point

once it became apparent it would

not sink. A New Zealand Defence

Force Hercules is on its way to

Antarctica to drop equipment and

fuel to a fishing boat. It suffered

damage in the ocean yesterday and

is taking on water. The 32 member

crew made good, stabilising the

vessel and patching up the whole.

They are still days off being

rescued, and the journey is being hampered by the ice.

Decaux pilot of a helicopter that

crashed three years ago has avoided

negligence. a jail sentence. He admitted

This was the aftermath of a trip

familiarisation exercise that ended

in tragedy. New recruits were taken

on a fast sortie.

The pilot and Sergeant at 33

Squadron died instantly. 17-year-

old Private Shaun Tait who only

recently joined the forces died

from his injuries in hospital three

days later. Copilot, Hamilton, was

in court today having survived. He

now uses a wheelchair having

injured his mind. They were shocked by the lack of professional

standards in this case. He said

Hamilton that he had a duty Brett

to prevent risk. He had a

responsibility to ensure the safety

of passengers. Anything less than a prison sentence would be derisory,

and he gave Hamilton a one-month

and four year sentence. He had been

rendered paraplegic and the sentence was suspended for two

years. These images were from an

earlier flight. Expect the question

if this was an accident waiting to

happen. Hamilton said he was guilty

of believing he was indestructible

and that no sentence could ever

match the room or in physical pain

he would interrupt the rest of his

life. A war of words has broken out

between French and British

politicians overdid eurozone crisis.

France has fuelled a deepening argument describing Britain's

economy as unstable. Research

visitors -- British visitors will

notice a chill in the air. Not just

because of this ice rink. They are

worried about the future of the

bureau. The French are trying to

give the impression that the French

economy is more stable than British.

This is a key ally and it is that

it is only the support of the Bank

of England that stops the U.K.'s

credit rating from being downgraded.

It just proves that our ministers

of are interested in what happens

in Britain. It has pressings

oneself on what happens elsewhere.

It is some sort of intimacy, isn't

it? It is politics when you tend to

say that you should look elsewhere.

Indeed, it is in Britain show that.

They feel markets are overlooking

key facts. Inflation is higher in

London and Paris. Between July and

September, British had slower

growth than the French. They do

have a slightly smaller national

debt at analyst say there is good

reason why it the pressure is on

French. The UK has given a detailed

plan and front haven't done that yet exercised will.

It is hard to believe it is only

three months since David Cameron

and Sarkozy went on a tour of Libya.

Two friends in war of now giving

each other the brush off. Mr

Cameron's veto did nothing to

improve things. The outlook from

Paris is not that different from

London. Both have major economic

problems that would go away any

time soon. The difference is that

President Sarkozy is up for re-

election in just four months time.

With no outlook for reparations of

relationship, London may have

beaten Paris for the Olympics in

2012, France may also have lost the

economy. Coming up will be all the

top story. In sport with Jim, the

smash and crash of cricket's big bash.

The top stories: $$CAPITALISEa

woman has been killed while riding

a modified skateboard in Brisbane.

A US soldier accused of leaking

defence documents as appeared in a

military court. Drs say they will

keep Molly Meldrum in an induced

coma until next week as they try to

ease swelling on his brain. His

family have been told it is likely

to get worse before they see signs of improvement.

All the sports now with Jim and

some great scoring in the Masters

golf. Yes, not just a good look at

them good scoring. Geoff Ogilvy is producing something of a

masterclass. The former US open

champion was eight and that through

his first 12 holes. He still remained three strokes clear of

overnight leader Ian Poulter. He

began the day four shots off the

pace. This day is called began the day four shots off the pace. This day is called moving day

for a reason. It led to an eagle on

the first and after three holes the

Australian had a share of the lead.

Overnight leader Ian Poulter was up

to the fight. The Englishman had

birdies at for his first two holes

while Brent McCollough with the

other move in of the day. Poulter

found himself in the wilderness,

but that was just the beginning of

his downfall. He got to know every

aspect of the Victorian of course.

Ogilvy comparatively was producing

a masterclass. He found himself

eight and it through the day with 12 holes.

More than 50,000 fans are expected

to flock to the MCG tonight when

Shane Warne competes in the to flock to the MCG tonight when Shane Warne competes in the big

bash. Last night they had a big win

over Brisbane at the SCG. Haddin

was the hero there. Out of over Brisbane at the SCG. Haddin was the hero there. Out of retirement and straight into it.

Haddin had no worried remembering where the boundaries were. Brett

Lee rediscovered his form. Brendon

McCullum copped one on the nose,

forcing him from the field. He

returned with stitches coming after

three years of retirement. He was

sent straight back to the pavilion.

Momentum stopped this Brett Lee

effort from becoming the catch of the match.

Andrew Robinson said the crowd

souvenir. They tried some rugby

tactics to stop the flow of runs.

Christian made 32 before his

accident. Bravo almost took a

classic catch for Steve Smith

showed him how it is done. Hundred

and 40 the victory, had an on an of

the first six on an of the first

for the Sixers. He looked relaxed.

He brought up his half-century off

just 35 balls. Two wickets fell

around him before the skipper was

eventually caught on 76, but by

then the damage had been done as

the six Earth cruised to victory.

Australian bowling coach Troy

Cooley says the younger players in

the national squad need to take

their chances when they spot opens

up. He says the up and comers have

to force the older staff out of the

starting 11. I think the players

are in a good place, it's just a

matter for the young brigade taking

the opportunity when it comes, and

scoring runs. India is expected to

play its full strength side against

the Chariman's XI starting Monday.

Adelaide United coach Rini Coolen

says he is disappointed by the

latest A-League effort. The rates

went down to a 10 man Gold Coast effort.

-- the Read. The visitors were

noticeably on song from the outset

at Hindmarsh Stadium. The red is

comparatively wasteful, that --

finding themselves on the wrong

side of the scoresheet in the 90th

minute. COMMENTATOR: Gold Coast

United in front! There was little

Adelaide could do to stop them.

Galekovic was frozen and could only

watch! Adelaide had something to

cheer about in the second half as they welcomed a 15-year-old

debutante. The A-League's youngest

ever player. Two players were lost,

one to injury and one to a second

yellow card. It was difficult to

capitalise on the one-man advantage.

There was no revival in Adelaide's

tank, the Gold Coast claiming its

first win since October. A -- they

score the third point of the game. first win since October. A -- they score the third point of the game.

Three matches tonight in the A-

League:

Chelsea and Arsenal have been

handed tough assignments in a round

of 16 of the European champions

league. Chelsea will have to get

past nobody while Arsenal drew

seven time champion AC newline. In

the Gunners advantage, they have

advanced in all previous times they

have met Italian teams. We knocked

out both Roma and Inter Milan.

Manchester city and an --

Manchester United were in the

second tier of you wrote the league

draw. -- Europe League draw.

Gold Coast will have its hands full

tonight when they take on Perth in

the NBL. Last night the Breakers

were too good for Cairns. The 36 is

led from start to finish in a

dominant performance. Simpson was

the best for Adelaide, with 22

points. COMMENTATOR: That is a

great finish. The bottom placed

Hawks will have plenty of time to

work on their game. They faced

Sydney in a fortnight. Ian Bell has

struggled in his latest comeback to

the pool. He was more than two

seconds off the pace, finishing

16th in the 100 m freestyle at the

Italian into champions. You would

imagine time is starting to run out.

Only three months away from when he

really needs to be on the pace.

Looking to the forecast for you:

The top stories are ahead,

including the latest on the violent

clashes between troops and protesters in Cairo.

The top stories$$JOIN : A woman has

been killed while worried in --

riding a modified skateboard. She

died after hitting the barrier

shortly after dawn the moment. The

soldier at accused of leaking documents to the WikiLeaks website

has appeared in court. Drs have

said they will keep Molly Meldrum

an induced coma until early next

year. His family have been told

that he is likely to get worse

before it gets better.

A woman has been killed while riding a modified skateboard down

Brisbane's Mount Coot-tha. 50-year-

old Sue Wickenden hit a barrier

shortly after dawn this morning.

She was part of a small group who

streaked luge -- Street luge in

Brisbane. It doesn't belong on a

public activity at such a high risk

activity. Friends were saying she

was wearing a helmet and full

bladder is and it was a freak

accident. An American soldier

accused of handing over a document

to WikiLeaks has appeared in court.

He could spend a lifetime behind

bars. People say he can't receive a fair trial. The

The video that brought WikiLeaks

international attention. The crew

of the US helicopter hunting for a

insurgency in Baghdad. Among those

who died, two members of the media

team. United States said Bradley

Manning saw that video and handed

it over with half 1 million pages

of secret. The largest theft of

intelligence in US history. The day

before his 24th birthday, he is

facing life in prison. WikiLeaks

founder, Julian Assange, has always

made contact with Manning. The

soldier appeared to admit gold in

online chat with a hacker at the

turn to men. -- Admit guilt in

online chat with a hacker at in.

Manning put lives at risk they say.

The other 70 the hero. Wanting the

world to know the truth. An open,

transparent process has been

promised. We can't bring your

pictures inside and can only look

at a mile from the courtroom

security is tight. The hearing will

be held in secret as they discussed

the classified into real the world

has already seen. Supporters say

there is no way he could get a fair trial after this.

President Obama said he is guilty.

He is the Commander in Chief and

the top of the command structure.

Anybody to as a prosecutor, juror,

officer in the Manning case is

under his command. How can you get

a fair trial within Commander of

Chief saying he is guilty? The case

continues to divide opinion. This

22-year-old decided to take a bit

riskier, we see that from his

correspondence, but I am going to

do it, why? That the world can know

what is really going on here. Without knowing what is really

going on, and even the mass media

play down the WikiLeaks disclosures

as best as they could, without

knowing what is going on, the

American people really can't decide

whether these wars are really worth

fighting and whether they are moral

or in fact immoral and indeed a full errand. The conditions in

which Manning has been held in 18

months continue to cause controversy, and the embarrassment

of the WikiLeaks saga. May be

America's military is just as much

on trial here. Meanwhile, the

founder of WikiLeaks, has been

granted a mission to appeal his extradition to Sweden. Julian

Assange faces accusations of sexual

assault of two Swedish women. The 40 Australian denies the

allegations, claiming they are allegedly motivated. The British

Supreme Court say they will hear

the two-day appeal on the first of

that Euro. Molly Meldrum remains in

an induced coma and is likely to

stay that way into next week as an

attempt to ease the swelling in his

brain. He suffered major injuries

including a fractured skull after a

fall at his Melbourne home on

Thursday night. It is in a critical

that stable condition at The Alfred

Hospital. His brother Brian says

the 65-year-old is making small

steps forward but is likely is that

balance. It will fight this with

every breath in his body. We will

always remain optimistic. Doctors

say it is too early to predict the

chances of a full recovery. Two

Australian man has been stabbed

during a bar fight in Bali. They were allegedly attacked early

yesterday morning during a fight at

the Bounty Discotheque. It is an

apparently started after it someone

knocked over the mainstream. He was

asked to replace a drink when he

got angry. Both men are in hospital.

Peter O'Neill appears closer to

taking control of government. Mr

O'Neill is locked in a power

struggle with court endorsed the

Murray. There are reports that the

two could enter into negotiations. PNG

Just yesterday, Michael ordered the

army into action. They have so far

ignored the request. Doctors are

considering adding boys the Garda

cell vaccine to protect them

against the human papilloma virus.

Women have been receiving it since

2007. Medical authorities said

should be given two boys aged 12 to

13 in school-based program. The

government admits that it is

unlikely any program or because in

place before 2013. In the US, the

Seattle police Department is

accused of targeting young groups.

Least division has then found to

violate human rights by routinely

using excessive force. It prompted

the schedule investigation last

year. John Williams is carrying a

piece of wood and a nice and the

office shouted to him to drop it. -

- The office so shouted at him to

drop it. Five shots were fired. He

carried a knife because of the

Native American woodcarver like his

brother Rick. Some people are

blinded by the badge. It is my 50th

year carving, and it would have

been John's 50th year calving too.

The officer was not charged,

eventually he did resign. It is

just one of the instances that the

attorney general says New Zealand.

They say it the police in Seattle

are often too quick to use violence.

When officers used force in the

cases we reviewed, it is done in an unconstitutional and excessive

manner almost 20% of the time.

Between 2009 and 2011, there were

several other instances captured on video and surveillance tape,

causing public outcry. It could be

poor training and supervision.

Plese officers are taught to win

fights. They're not taught how to

avoid them. The federal report found that more than avoid them. The federal report found that more than 50% of the

instances of excessive violence involve minorities. That raises serious concerns about the

perception of the military policing

that the city must now address. 112

people have been arrested in Europe

after allegedly sharing videos and

material at children being sexually

abused. The images involved

toddler's and babies and have been

described as one of the worst and

spread across 22 countries. Huge

quantities of illegal material has

been identified, tracked and

confiscated. Police expect to lay

charges as they white in the

investigation. The details that is

meant to save the eurozone has been revealed. David Cameron walked away

from them a week ago, citing the

U.K.'s national interest. It isn't

a merged that Richard officials

will take part -- British officials

will take part, but only as

observers. It doesn't seem to take

as much further than what we had

before. Just eight pages long. At

the briefing when it was unveiled,

they were keen to say it was just a

technical framework, the starting

point of the discussion and it will

now be circulated amongst the

capitals to give them something to

talk about for Christmas and then after Christmas. We believe the substantive discussions of them

begin. It is based on the sixpack.

During that? Was discussed at

European summits this summer.

Several guidelines were set out for fiscal rectitude inside the

eurozone. They were told that they

had to sharpen up their responses

and they couldn't allow their

budgets to believe beyond a certain

point. They had to keep national

debt is below a certain level. That

is in effect what the says. We are

not really hearing anything new.

When it was delivered to the journalists and discussed there,

you had journalists saying that

we're not seeing a huge amount of

meat on the bones, if you like.

What the technical officials were

saying was that we need to wait and

this is just the starting point and

it's now has to go back to the

capital. I think what is

interesting is that a single

majority, if they agree, 9/17 say

OK to proceed, but allows other

countries that may include Ireland,

but had problems back home, it

allows them to get on with them, if

the instance Ariel and has to call

a referendum. A dozen DeLaet, but

it doesn't give us a huge amount to chew on.

More than 100 people were killed as

police attempted to break up a

protest. Protesters hurled petrol

bombs and stones at officers.

Activist are demanding an end to

military rule in Egypt. The former

President, Hosni Mubarak, was

ousted in February. Thailand's

former prime minister has been

given his passport back. Thaksin

Shinawatra was stripped of his

travel documents by the former Thai

Government, but now that his sister

is Prime Minister they have been

handed back. He was deposed by the

army in 2006 and he now lives in

Dubai to avoid a two year prison

term on a corruption conviction.

The return of his passport has sparked tensions in the country,

with an interim report the new

Prime Minister is seeking a royal

pardon for her brother that would

allow him to return to Thailand without serving time.

We will have the headlines a head, including the tiger sanctuary

trying to preserve the endangered

species. Geoff Ogilvy chips into the lead at the Masters.

A woman has been killed while

riding a modified skateboard down

Brisbane's Mount Coot-tha. Sue

Wickenden hit a guard rail at high

speed shortly after dawn. Julian

Assange has been granted permission

to appeal his extradition to Sweden.

The US soldier accused of leaking

defence and diplomatic documents to

the website has appeared in a

military court. Doctor say they

will keep Molly Meldrum in an

induced coma until next week. His

family has been told he is likely

to get worse before they see improvement.

Tigers have become so endangered

there are now more living in City

than in the wild. The main threat

is poaching, but in an area on the

border of Burma and Thailand Tigers

are getting the chance to thrive.

This remarkable video, taken by

cameras hidden deep in the camera -

- jungles of Thailand, shows Tigers

as they are rarely seen. These are pictures of Tigers behaving

naturally, completely away from

humans. Except for poachers, who

have contributed to a 97% decline

in the worldwide tiger population.

If you block it in one place, it

will go somewhere else. In the

protected zone the population is

holding steady. It continues to

decline elsewhere. Why do you think

the population has -- has

stabilised? Because of the

enforcement of patrols in the area.

Park Rangers work in 20 patrol

teams, using GPS and tracking

devices to try to prevent poaching.

The video shows not just Tigers but

a clouded leopard, a jungle peak

and other animals thought to have

disappeared from this area, with a

mere 300 -- 3200 tigers left in the

wild worldwide, the patrols are

intended to be increased.

A great day at the Masters. Tiger

at the Masters, but one Aussie has

done very well. Geoff Ogilvy has

claimed the Australia Masters lead

after a stunning round of 63 at the Victoria golf club.

Geoff Ogilvy began the day for

shots off the pace, but the third

round is called moving day for a

reason. COMMENTATOR: That will be

stiff. It led to an eagle on the

first, and after three holes the

Australian had a share of the lead.

Eagle, birdie, birdie, star. At Ian

Poulter was up for the fight. It

looks like it is spinning. The

English man sunk birdies in his

first two holes as well, while

Brent McCullough was the other

mover of the day. Ian Poulter found

himself in the wilderness, but that

was just the beginning of his

downfall as he got to know every

aspect of the Victoria Golf Course.

Ogilvy comparatively produced a

masterclass, finding himself eight

under for the day. No! Is there

anything he can't do?

And 50,000 fans are expected to

flock to the MCG tonight in

crickets Big Bash.

Out of retirement and straight into

it, Matthew Hatton had no problems

remembering where the boundary was.

As Brett Lee rediscovered his form.

Brendon McCullum copped one on the

nose, forcing him from the field.

He returned with stitches and

coming out of three years of

retirement, but Stuart MacGill sent

him back into retirement. -- Back

off the field. Mick Hill would

eventually claim his old test.

Andrew Robinson said the crowd

souvenir. Lee tried some rugby

tactics to stop the flow of runs.

Christian made 32 for his exit.

Bravo almost a classic catch before

Steve Smith showed him how it is

done. Hundred and 44 victory.

Haddin took the victory with the

first of the sexes. They looked

-- they looked relaxed in the back.

He brought up his half-century off

just 30 ball. Two wickets fell

around him but the skipper was

eventually caught on 76. I then,

the damage had ready been done well

-- wihle the Sixers played to

victory. The up and comers have to

force the older stars after of the

starting 11. I think the players

are in a good place. It just allows

the young brigade to take their

opportunity when it comes. Scoring

runs. India is expecting to play at

full strength side against the

Germans 11 on a match that starts

on Monday. It is something of an

understatement, Adelaide United

coach is disappointed by their

latest A-League effort. They went

down to a 10 man Gold Coast at it.

They had just three wins between

them this season. The game was at

Hindmarsh Stadium. The Reds

comparatively were wasteful. They

found themselves on the wrong side

of the scoresheet in the 19th

minute. There was little Adelaide

could do to stop the Gold Coast.

The Reds had something to cheer

about in the second half as they

welcomed a 13-year-old debutants. -

- 15-year-old debutant. Moffat was

lost to a suspected groin injury.

And a second yellow card. Adelaide

continued to capitalise on the one-

man advantage. There was no revival

with the Reds take on the Gold

Coast aiming its first win since

October. -- Claiming its first win

since October.

Chelsea and Arsenal have been

handed tough assignment in the

round of 16 in the European

champions league. Chelsea will have

to get past Italian side Natalie

while Arsenal drew seven time

champion Milan. They have advanced

on all occasions were they have met

Italian teams in the knockout

rounds. We knocked out in fairly

recent history, Roma and Inter

Milan. In other marchers,

Manchester City and Manchester

United were in the second tier

Europa league draw. Jockey Huberman

and his men talk Quintin have

combined to take out the stakes at

Warwick farm at Sydney. Moment was

on charging home.

A great win ex-wife Bowman.

Gold Coast will have its hands full

tonight when they take on Perth in

the NBL. Last night The Breakers

which you go. Adelaide got the

better of of Wollongong. They led

from start to finish in a dominant

performance. Diamond Simpson was

the best of Adelaide.

Anchored at the bottom of the

ladder, the Hawks will have plenty

of time to work on their game, they

next race at the in a fortnight. It

really has been a season to

remember. Maybe by New Year.

(LAUGHTER) A look at the weather forecast$$JOIN :