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(generated from captions) Today the Prime Minister

stands firm on the Government's 25 million

dollars advertising campaign

to sell the carbon tax Stop

the spin, tell the truth and

have a vote. Tony Abbott

slams the advertising blitz

describing it as propaganda.

Former Kings Cross underworld

identity Bill Bayeh walks

free from silver water gaol.

4 o'clock in Melbourne, 6

o'clock in Wellington,

welcome to News Day. Also

this hour the push to bring a

controversial IVF lottery

system to Australia N sport,

Fremantle wins a nail biter

in Sydney in the AFL. The Sky

News weather, rain over the

SE, western interior, mostly sunny elsewhere.

The Government will spend

more than 25 million dollars convincing Australia a carbon

tax is the way to go. Half

the money will be spent on TV

advertising alone, a move the

opposition says is another promise broken by Julia

Gillard. The Minister is

continuing to work her shoe

leather taking the message

from state to state. I'll

keep combatting that fear and

anxiety with simple

facts. Just a week into the pitch she's pulling an

all-out advertising assault. We have been very up

front with people that there

would be 12 million dollars

of television advertising,

another 13 million dollars

allocated to getting people

the information they need. 25 million dollars Julia Gillard

says is needed to spell out

climate change reform The

transformation that we are

about to undergoes a similar

transformation to the

industrial revolution. This

spending of taxpayer dollars

sounds like a practice she

wanted to abolish I'm always

worried when the Government

takes taxpayers money to use

political hide on the line it for politics It's her

and the line has

changed. There is always a

case for factual advertising,

and that's what we are doing

here. There's a public

interest to do this. You've

got a dodgy product, a sales

man whose lied to you, and now she's having trouble

selling the message, I'm not

in the least bit surprised.

The advertising campaign,

that's another lie. Tony

Abbott is not giving any

ground talking the talk in

western Sydney Doing them

slowy? The sausages, yes He

wasted no time getting to the

burning issue I think that

the Prime Minister does have

a trust problem, taxpayers

should not be ripped off to

fund political propaganda. It

has all the elements of an

election campaign, the multi Dale little interviews, the

political stunts, now the

ads, even the former Prime

Minister John how hard has

entered the fray shoring up

his support for Tony Abbott

and his anticarbon tax

message The truth is he's

effective campaign against fighting a tough and

something he doesn't believe

in. Very strongly critical

approach on this issue. She

should follow the Howard

precedent and not try to ram

this bad tax through a

parliament that has no

mandate. Once a supporter of

an ETS Mr Howard says the window of opportunity has

long past. Warns Australia

could be going down a lony

past. The rest of the world

is not doing it, whereas the

whole basis of what we put

forward in 2007 was that the

rest of the world was moving

towards a carbon tax, yet

that's not happening Former treasurer Peter Costello tell

lowly says it's not the

policy but the politician

that is the problem A lot of

people think this is killing

her, it's her that's killing this Former Prime Minister

John Howard said it's a tragedy Julia Gillard

reregulated the labour

market. Of the current p pm

didn't just abolish work

choices she took the country

back to a pre-1992

position For the first time

in a generation a major

economic reform has been reversed. I think this nation

will have to revisit

industrial relations in the

future. The retreat on this

issue will do us steadily

more harm as the years go

by. Mr Howard says he doesn't

believe there's anything

wrong with individual contracts Had individual

contracts for 11 years, they

weren't a product of work

choices, they were a product

of the 1996 Act, I think for very small businesses you

need relieve from the current

unfair dismissal laws Sid

neef underworld identity Bill

Bayeh has been released after

15 years in gaol. He was

serving time for cocaine and

heroin trafficking, arrested

in the 1996 Wood Royal

Commission into police

corruption, the 55 year old

did not comment as he walked

past journalists, his lawyer

said his clients wanted to

get on with his life. As a

condition of his release he

must not visit Kings Cross

and void gambling. A controversial overseas

lottery which awards winners

with IVF treatments may be in

Australia. It wants the

raffle here later this year.

IVF experts have slammed the

competition, saying it prails

on desperate infer tile

couples. They will have the

fert tilt drugs and treatment

all paid for. Qantas is

rejecting calls from the aircraft engineer association

urging an investigation into

the Qantas fleet after a

mechanical issue grounded a

flight from South Africa. The

flight from Sydney had to be turned back to Johannesburg

when the number 3 engine of

the Boeing 747 started over heating an hour into the

flight. The engineer's union

is raising concerns about

mechanical issues on mrans,

it says there have been a

dozen engine failures in the

last 18 months This is not a safety I shall urks any

claims by the un yaw are

unfounded, just a campaign to

scare monger the public A

phone defect on these engine,

since Qantas closed its own

engine maintenance facility

in 2009 we're concerned that

Qantas needs to get back into

control of its own maintenance. Qantas has categorically rejected the

claims, there is no issue

with the Johannesburg flight.

The airline is in a pay

dispute with the union.

Further links between Brisbane's metropolitan

police commission and an

arrested News of the World

executive. Sir Paul

Stephenson has admitted

accepting a free stay at a

health spa worth 18,000

dollars while he was

recuperating from illness,

kneel Wallace who was arrest

and bailed in week as part of

the investigation into phone

hacking worked as a PR

consultant for chap knee's

health spa. In further allegations the met police

chief has dined with news

international executives 18

times since the scandal ee

mernld in 2006. Tucked away

in the heart Ford shir

country side chapel knee is a

luxury health retreat, used

by cell ib brit tees and the police commissioner, he had

two operations on his leg,

during his time off work he

stayed near for five yeeks.

Chapel knee's does do

palmering, it also has rehabilitation procedures

which was used in the

commissioner's recovery, it

was paid for by the managing

director of chapel knee's, a

family friend I'mal annoyed

to get wrapped up in the

whole thing. I'm not

condoning what is going on,

at chapel knee's our role

toss get people better,

that's what we did successfully with sir Paul The metropolitan police

say there no, sir link

between the arrangements and

sir Paul's personal life. In

a statement they said in the

interests of transparency it

was nonetheless recorded in

the commissioner's gifts and hospitality register on his

return to work in April. What

Sky News revealed and what

sir Paul Stephenson says he's

only just learnt about is

that the PR man at chapel

niece was kneel Wallace, once

deputy editor at the News of

the World. The Neil wal wloos

had also been working had also been working for the

met as a media advisor. The

same Neil Wallace arrested this week as part of the

known hacking inquiry. An

investigation being carried out by met police officers whilst the commissioner was

staying at the retreat. Mr Wallace's solicitor has said

there is no connection

whatsoever between any stay

that sir Paul Stephenson may

have had at chapel knee's and

Neil Wallace, neither Neil or

any one connect today him had

any involvement whatsoever in

any visit or stay by sir Paul

Stephenson at chapel niece.

The commissioner facing news

about other meetings he

insisted he has no concerns

about his integrity I do not

believe on any occasion I

have acted inappropriately.

I'm very satisfied with my

own integrity The questions

nauing away at the met over

their relationships with the

press are not going away It

doesn't look good when you

then get this connection,

however innocent it may be,

it doesn't look good. I think

that at worst it's an error

of judgment by the commissioner The mayor of London has already said that

the met's dealings with the former News of the World

executives should be looked

at by the judge appoint today

hold the inquiry, bore ris

Johnson says he expects this

matter to be looked into as

well. Sky News. In the battle

for Libya fears fiething has

been report fd 50 miles south

of the capital Tripoli, the

Rebels occupy the high ground

and have forced Muammar

Gaddafi's forces to withdraw.

In Libyan western mountaining

filing this report, for over

a week now we have been

travelling all over the

Rebel's patch, one hundred mile stretch, we have learned

hay thing or two about a

people as rugged as the

landscape. They're Berba

people up here, not Arabs,

ethnic chree different from

most of the country and the

ruling elite in Tripoli, no

love lost between them. After

decades of persecution and

efforts to suppress their

language and culture the isolated mountain chrans took

a huge risk and joinedment antiGaddafi rebellion and

became some of its most

effective fighters, many who

had fled the regime came back

to fight I love this soil, I

love it They've

love it They've used

remarkable technology,

household door bell buttons,

some of them scratch their

heads wondering how they got

into the mess I'm a lawyer,

legal adviceor, I never

worked in my life before like

this, I never expect myself

to be in this situation Here

you are Yes. Finding recruits

isn't a problem. They train

in the school yards, neat a

classroom in front of a snow

white murl, an image that's

hard to forget, this no, sir

fairy tail war. Have you ever

fired a weapon, fired a gun

before? No Do you know

anything about it The first

time Raw frayed of going to

war? You are Yes Why are you

going? For my country For

your people and your country Yes There's plenty of

brave ri here, another thing

sacrifice, many have died.

There's another thing, a

growing realisation that if anybody thought Muammar

Gaddafi would go quickly in

the face of widespread popular protest nobody thinks

that any more. This is news

darks the top stories ahead,

all the sport with meal began

Barnard as the Storm go

allout to beat the Raiders.

Samoa record an unlikely win

over the Wallabies. That's next.

darks the top stories ahead, all the sport with meal began Barnard as the Storm go allout to beat the Raiders. Samoa record an unlikely win all the sport with meal began allout to beat the Raiders. over the Wallabies. That's next. ydarks the top stories ahead, all the sport with meal began Barnard as the Storm go allout to beat the Raiders. Samoa record an unlikely win over the Wallabies. That's next.

auf The top stories, Julia

Gillard and Tony Abbott

continue to push their carbon agendas, the Prime Minister

was standing firm on the 25

million dollars carbon tax ad

campaign. Bill bare has been

released half 15 years behind

bars for drug trafficking, a

controversial IVF lottery

system could be launched in

Australia, it is launching in

the UK this month, the winner

receives 38,000 dollars of

free treatment. Some rain in

the SE, over the western

interior, mostly sunny

elsewhere. Another Dale and

still no deal on the US debt

ceiling crisis ss the clock

continues to tick towards the

August 2 deadline, no meeting

was scheduled between the

President and congregsal

leaders, the fop senators from both sides are

discussing motd particular

kagss to the plan to raise

the nation's debt limit The

credit rating agencies are

putting the Government under

the gun. Thursday standard

and poors threatened there's

a 50% chance they could low

the chance within 98 days.

The bond rating was on review for possible

downgrade Getting more and

more worried about not

raising the debt ceiling,

this is increasingly

approaching the

unprecedented. Talks between

the credit agencies and the

Government are not

necessarily ununusual, says

Peter cook At the end of the

day it's their name on their

ratings, their own reputation, they have to make

the judgment call they

believe is right. What

worries the treasury is any

change in the gold plated

rating, just a half

percentage point intrees on

the 14 trillion dollar debt

would cost taxpayers 850

billion-dollar over the next

decade. Low risk investors

like those who run pension

and retirement fund would be

forced to dump US bonds, a

hit to their reputation If

it's not triple A-rated they

can't hold it This mounting

pressure from the credit

agencies is another reality

check for democrats and

republicans struggling to

find common ground The Cats

in trouble Who would have thought, Brisbane continues

to threaten and upset in this afternoon's AFL clash with

gee lopping, the Lions hold a

narrow lead at The Gabba, a

late resurgence from the

Swans to cement their place

in the top 8. One position

separated them on the ladder,

the Swans and the Dockers

couldn't be split in the

opening term Quick kick

Canterbury goal. Freef mantle

seized the initiative with

three straight majors in the second Beautiful linking hand

ball for the Dockers, main

finishing with a goal He

copped a knee to the head yet

sometimes walked from the field Knee to the side of the

head and was immediately

knocked out Two late goals

helped Sydney reduce the

margin to just 7, again Fremantle took charge in the

third quarter He's got it

over the top, all the way,

five from 55 Spectators were

scrambling for their upon

choes and tensions were

emerging in the wet Anything

can happen, a miracle Mark

Harvey handed out some stern words at the final change,

but the Swans were threat

ening a late resurgence With

a right foot banana, he's

kicked it, one of the goals

of the year! They're back,

they're back Sydney within

seven points! Sydney kicked

five in a row, it wasn't

enough, a late goal from Nick

Lower saving the day for

Fremantle. It looked like a miss match on paper but with

the Cats on a two game losing

streak, anything was possible He quickly runs on,

it's a goal, so end to end

stuff for the Lions After

outscoring the Cats by four

goals to three in the opening

term Brisbane continued to

threaten and upset in the

second Runs inside the 50 and

gets a goal! Elise

Holman. Canberra has been

held scoreless at home for

the first time in the club's

history, beaten by Melbourne,

manly led the Knights, the

sform was too strong,

thumping the Raiders A

terrible start from Canberra

had some paying a heavy price

within three minutes The try

to Matt Duffie Their problems

returned in the middle, a returning Dugan providing

some pressure First class! He

saved them once, but no-one

could stop Smith when he came

off the bench Short ball from

Hinchcliffe, they worry too

much about Cooper Cronk 10

nil up it was Slater's turn

to do some damage, he and

Cronk in sync Now Cooper

Cronk, they gave Slater too

much room and paid the

ultimate price,! Duffy going

in head first for the Storm's

fourth, the Raiders' seal son

over Wallabies coach rob yip

Deans has been accused not

showing sample mow a much

respect. Samoa pulled off an

upset that sent shock waves

through the Wallabies World

Cup squad. The theatre of

test rugby was alive at ANZ

stadium. Despite a strong

defensive start from the

Wallabies Samoa broke the

Australians out wide. Playing

on, he puts a goose step on,

too good, they will score the

first try! With a wealth of

Wallaby talent sitting in the

stands and running the water

Australia were under extreme pressure Try try coming up

for Samoa! Leading 17 nil the

powerhouse lost players to

the bin. Dig beef rushed through The Australians

trailed 17 at half time, the

10th best team in the world

could sense an upset Thompson

for the corner try, it's

Somai Dicky was happy, this

man was not. The ball has

been grounded over the line

with the try Try, a clever

chip and chase by

Higginbotham. But Samoa

pulled off an upset in the

world count down. The Aussies

are all out of contention

heading into the final round

of the British Open, Adam

Scott is the best of the

contingent, 7 shots off the

pace which is being set by

northern Ireland's Darren

Clarke Only for the die hardz

day three at roifl St

Georges, spare a thought for

this bloke. There are some

places you really don't want

to be today The conditions

didn't stop Tom Watson

putting on a show for the

gallery Not too bad. Oh,

beautiful, wonderful! The

veteran two over for the day,

but his round wasn't without

its highlights That took a

bit of judging, that was just

brilliant, did it get in,

no The man to watch again was

Darren Clarke Darren's second

of the fourth, very well

struck iron, oh,

yes, Northern Ireland star

will take a one shot lead

into the final day following

a round of 69. Brilliant!

That surprised him I think,

he missed a few earlier

on Dustin Johnson the next

best like Lucas Glover dropped three shots Flicked

away to the left. Ricky foul

letter is a chance going into

the final round, three

strokes back at 2

under Beautiful drive. Not a

lot to smile about, though,

for Adam Scott, the Aussie

falling from 1 under to now

sit plus 2. Jamie Mitchell,

Sky News sport. Thomas

Varkler seems safe in the

Tour de France on the final

day in the Pyrenees. Evans

tried to break away over

night, it will be on Thursday

when the race leaders hit the

Alpine stage. A fifth win for

the season is on the cards

for Casey Stoner tonight in

the German MotoGP. He will

start from poll, stoner

dominated the session, has a

chance to extend his championship lead over

Lorenzo We're happy with the

way things have gone, we have

left it to the last second to

try and make up the pace

deficit missing After a

dramatic practice session a

number of riders were brought

undone by the German circuit.

That is all the sport for

now We will chaek in soon The

weather, rain in the SE, over

the western interior, mostly

sunny elsewhere. This is News

Day, the top stories ahead,

plus a US woman Casey Anthony walks free from gaol.

This

hour's top stories, the Prime

Minister is standing firm on

the Government's 25 million dollars advertising campaign

to sell the carbon tax.

Meanwhile Tony Abbott has

slammed the advertising blitz

describing it as propaganda.

Former Kings Cross underworld identity Bill Bayeh has

walked free from silver water

gaol, he served 15 years for

drug trafficking. A

controversial IVF lottery

system could be introduced to

Australia offering 38,000

dollars worth of treatment.

Rain in the SE, over the

western interior, mostly sunny elsewhere. The

Government will spend more

than 25 million dollars convincing Australia a carbon

tax is the way to G half the

money will be spent on TV

advertising alone, a move the

opposition says is another promise broken by Julia

Gillard The Prime Minister is

continuing to work her shul

leather taking the message

from state to state I'll keep

combatting that fear and anxiety with simple

facts Just a week into the

pitch she's pulling an all-out advertising

assault We have been very

upfront with people, there

would be 12 million dollars

of television advertising,

another 13 million dollars

allocated to getting people

the information they need. 25 million dollars Julia Gillard

says is needed to spell out

climate change reform The

transformation that we are

about to undergo is a similar transformation to the

industrial revolution This

spending of taxpayer dollars

sounds like a practice she

wanted to polish I'm always

worried when the Government

takes taxpayers money and

uses it for its own politics

to try and save its mrit tal

hide It's her political hide

on the line, the line has

changed. There is always a

case for factual advertising,

and that's what we are doing here. There's a public

interest to do this You've

got a dodgy product, you've

got a sales man who's lied to

you, and now she's having

trouble selling the message,

I'm not surprised. The

advertising campaign, that's

another lie Tony Abbott is

not giving any ground talking

the talk in western

Sydney Are you doing them

slowly? The sausages, yes He

wasted no time getting to the

burning issue. I just think

that the Prime Minister does

have a trust problem, taxpayers should not be

ripped off to fund political

propaganda It has all the

elements of an election

campaign, the multiple daily interviews, the stunts and

the ads, even the former

Prime Minister has entered

the fray shoring up his

support for Tony Abbott and

his anticarbon tax message The truth is he's

fighting a very tough and effective campaign against

something that he doesn't

believe in. Very strongly

critical approach on this

issue She should follow the Howard precedent, not trying

to ram this bad tax through a

parliament that has no

mandate. Suns a supporter of

an ETS Mr Howard says the

window of opportunity has

long past, warns Australia

could be going down a lonely path. The rest of the world

is not doing it, whereas the

world basis of what we put

forward in 2007 was that the

rest of the world was moving

towards a carbon tax, yet

that's not happening. Former treasurer Peter Costello tell

low says it's not the policy

that's the problem it's the

politician A lot of people

think this is killing her, I think she's killing this. Laura Jayes, Sky News

Canberra Sydney underworld

identity Bill Bayeh has been

released after 15 years in

gaol, the former Kings Cross

heavyweight was serving time

for cocaine and heroin travenging, arrested during the Wood Royal Commission

into police corruption, he

would not comment as he

walked past, his lawyer says

his client wanted to get on

with his life. He must not

visit Kings Cross and avoid gambling Qantas is rejecting

calls from the aircraft

engineer association urging

an investigation into the

Qantas fleet after a

mechanical issue grounded a

flight from South Africa, the

flight to Sydney had to be

turned back to Johannesburg

when the number 3 engine of

the Boeing 74 p started over

heating an hour into the

flight. The union is raising concerns about mechanical

issues on Qantas planes. It

says there ha have been a

dozen failures in the past 18

months This is not a safety

issue, any claims by the un

yaw are unfounded, just a

campaign to scar monger the

public is a known defect on

the engines, since Qantas

closed its own engine

maintenance facility in 2009

we're concerned that Qantas

needs to get back into

control of its own

maintenance Qantas has categorically rejected the

claims, says there was no

safety issue with the

Johannesburg flight, it is

currently in a pay dispute

with the union. Fert tilt

experts say they're concerned

with plans to bring the

world's IVF lottery to

Australia, it sells tickets

for a monthly price of $38

worth of fert tilt treated as

a clinic. The lottery will be

run by charity to hatch,

Victoria assisted reproduct

thif authority, says she

finds it ethically murky. It

trif lysis an important issue

affecting thousands of

Australians. There are

further links between Met

toll tan police commissioner

and an arrested News of the

World executive, sir Paul

Stephenson has admitted to

accepting a free stay at a

health spa, worth 18,000

while he was recuperating from

illness, Neil Wallace who was

arrest and bailed this week

as part of the phone hacking

scandal worked as a

consultant for chap knee's

health spa. The met police health spa. The met police

police has dined with news international executive 18

times since the hacking

scandal emerged in

2006. Tucked away in the

heart Ford shir country side

chapel knees is a luxury

health spar, used by the rich

chrib rit trees and the Met

police station. Sir Paul

Stephenson had two operations

on his leg, during his time

off work he stayed here for 5

weeks, the accommodation was

paid for by the managing

director of chapel knee's a

family friend. The police say

there is no link between at arrangements and sir Paul's

personal life. In a statement

they said in the interests of

transparency it was

nonetheless recorded in the commissioner's gifts and

hospitality register on his

return to work in April. What

Sky News revealed and what

sir Paul Stephenson says he's

only just learnt about is

that the PR man at chapel

knee's was Neil Wallace, the

one who was deputy editor at

the News of the World, the

Neil Wallace who had been

working for the met as a

media advisor, the same Neil

Wallace arrested this week as

part of the phone hacking

inquiry. His solicitor has

said there is no connection

whatsoever between any stay

that sir Paul Stephenson may

have had at chapel knee's and

Neil Wallace, neither Neil Wallace or anyone connect

today him had any involvement

whatsoever in any visit or

stay by sir Paul Stephenson

at chapel knee's, last week the commissioner facing questions about other meetings with News of the

World executives insisted he

has no concerns about his

intreg Giteauy I do not

previous on any occasion I

have acted inappropriately The questions

nauing away at the met over

their relationships with the

press are not going away. The

mayor of London has already

said that the met's dealings

with the former News of the

World executives should be

looked at by the judge

appointed to hold an inquiry,

Morris Johnson now says he expects this matter to be

looked into as well. Sky

News. Casey Anthony has

walked free from a Florida

day, 3 years and one day

after she was rested arrested

in the disappearance and

death of her two year old

daughter, she walked out of

the front door of the Orange

count tree gaol. Given the

threats made against her Antony's lawyers have not

said where she will go next.

A thousands of 1,000 people

were at hand outside the gaol

to witness the release.

Hundreds and thousands of

families are fleeing a

drought in Somalia, refugees

are walking to fied foond water for weeks in

neighbouring

countries They're exhausted,

starving and desperate for help The drought is turning

one of the world's worst

humanitarian crises into a

human tragedy of unimaginable proportions These families

are carrying only what they

can, their mall nur riched

kids. They have survived an agonising journey without

food or water, dusty

desperate lands The baby just

died in my arms These

refugees have just arrived

here, walking for weeks to

get food and water At a nearby camp which find these

people with their six kids,

after travelling on foot for

30 years they life in this

makeshift tent they built.

They're some of the lucky

once, he told us at least he

and his family are alive,

safe now It seems

preparations for Carmageddon

in Los Angeles this week were

all in vain, they were told

to stay away from one of the

busiest highways as part of

the road was closed down. They were more likely to hear

Crick kets than cars For

weeks they predicted

doomsday Carmageddon Turning a highway construction

project into a moment of

public panic Now is the hour, we're asking you to cooperate Los Angeles heeded

the morning, plenty of

washing - parking, along

Sunset Boulevard people are

walking, jet blue flight 4

'05 was full of passengers on

the ultimate short haul to

Long Beach, flight time 9

minutes, tickets 4 bucks They

might take a little hit but

in the long run they'll have

more customers Carmageddon

may not spoil their bell air

wedding tomorrow One thing

for sure everybody is going

to mention the wedding Not

because of how beautiful we

look because of the 4 '05 A

few brief souls ventured out

without cars Nice day for a

bike ride We even Met her

intrep pid skateboarder who

rode all the way down from

Mulholland drive Clean and

unobstructed on the 4 '05 was

worth it any day Once in a

life time Check that one off

the bucket list The CHP was

not impressed You are told

right now by law enforcement

do not go on the freeway Now

we no All right Nice jump

suit In India a four year old

boy was left stranded in the

middle of a raging torrent

after flash floods swept down

a river The relatives were

forced back from the banks of

the river. Two men were

attempting a rescue, several

others also jumped into the

water eventually emerging

clutching the little boy..

Live across Australia and New

Zealand, this is News Day,

the top stories ahead, all

the sport, as mother nature

batters of the crowd and the

golfers at the British Open.

The brongsed Aussies at the

diving world championships.

The top stories, the

Prime Minister and opposition

leader continue their carbon

battle, Julia Gillard today

fighting off criticism over

her 25 million dollars carbon

campaign. Sydney underworld

identity Bill Bayeh has been

released from gaol after 15

years behind bars. Mr Baher

must not visit the Kings

Cross area and avoid

gambling. A controversial

lottery system for IVF may be

launched in Australia soon.

Tomorrow's weather, some rain

and SE, over the western

interior, mostly sunny

elsewhere. Sport now with

Megan, the Wallabies clearly outplayed They certainly

were, who could have

predicted this one. Robbie

Deans has been accused of not

showing calm mow a not enough

respect. They were monstered

by the islanders, they

produced an upset that sent

shock waves through the

Wallabies World Cup squad The

theatre of test rugby was

alive at ANZ stadium. Despite

a strong defensive start from

the Wallabies, the Sam mow

Canadians broke the Australians apart

outwide It's play on. they've

only got Giteau toe to beat.

he puts a goose step on, too

good, the big man will score

the first try! With a wealth

of Wallaby talent sitting in

the stands and running the

water Australia were under

extreme pressure. Try time

coming up for is a mow

a! Leading 17 nil the South

Pacific I havic powerhouse

lost Oane to the bin. The

Australians trailed 10/17 at

half time, the 10th best team

in the world could sense an

upset Back on the inside,

Thompson for the corner, try

to Somai! Dicky was happy,

Dan wicker nan was not. The

ball has been grounded over

the line, award the try Try,

Somai! A clever chip and

chase from hig injury.╝flush

both that many. Samoa pulled

off an unset in the world

count down Johnathan Brown

has been knocked out after a

sick ening clash in this

afternoon with Geelong.

Sydney held off a late

resurge gans by the Swans,

the Lions have threatened the

Cats all afternoon, they look

set to hold on for a win. It

looked like a miss match on

paper but with the Cats on a two-game losing streak

anything was possible He

quickly runs on, end to end

stuff for the Lions After

outscoring the Cats by four

goals to three in the opening term Brisbane continued to

threaten an upset in the

second. He runs inside the

50, gets a goal! Geelong's

class was back on show, they finished with five-for the

half as they claimed a

two-point lead at the long

break That's a magnificent

kick!. Just one position

separated them on the ladder,

the Swans and the Dockers couldn't be split in the

opening term Off hands, quick

Canterbury goal Fremantle

seized the initiative with

three straight majors in the

second Beautiful linking hand

ball there for the Dockers,

he finishes with a goal! Mat

copped a knee to the head,

yet some how walked from the field Knee to the side of the head was immediately knocked

out before he hit the

deck Two late goals helped

Sydney reduce the margin.

Fremantle took charge in the

third quarter That's going to

go all the way, five from

55 Spectators were scrambling

for their upon choes and

tensions were frayed in the

west. It was goals for Freo

who finished their term with

6 in a row Balantine kicks a

goal, a miracle! Mark shar

vee handed out some stern

words, the Swans were threat

ening a late resurge gans Way

right foot banana he's kicked

it, one of the goals of the

year, they're back! They're

back Sydney within seven

points! Sydney kicked five in

a row, it wasn't enough, a

late goal from Nick Lower

saving the day for Fremantle.

Sky News sport. Canberra has

been held scoreless at home

for the first time in the

club's history beaten by

Melbourne this afternoon, in Newcastle manly lead the

Knights, while the Storm were

far too strong, thumping the

Raiders 26/0 A terrible start

from Canberra had them paying

a heavy price for this fumble

inside 3 minutes On the

outside, the try to Matt

Duffie Their problems

continued through the middle,

a returning Dugan providing

some pressure He missed,

first class He saved them

once, no-one could stop Smith

when he came off the

bench Here he comes, short

ball to Hinchcliffe, they

worry too much about Cooper

Cronk and Dan Smith delivered

a try! 10 nil up it was

Taylor's turn to do some

damage, he and Cronk in

sing They gave Billy Slater

too much room and paid the

ultimate price, Cooper Cronk

gets it! Duffy going in head

first for the Storm's fourth,

the raid ers' season over The

season he would love to blame

the poor weather, Adam Scott

was his own worse enemy as he

fell out of contention for

the British Open, Darren

Clarke leads by one stroke

over dust entertain Johnson

heading into the final round,

Scott is seven shots off of

the pace, wind lashed royal

jant Georges - Royal St

George's. Brilliant,

absolutely brilliant In the

meantime schot a horror day

with the Aussie sitting at 2

over after a 3 over round of

736789 More frustration for

Cadell Evans still entrenched

in the leading pack, well off

the pace in the Tour de

France, the Aussie remains in

third, behind yellow jersey

holder sark letter. Ovens did

try Evans is moving up on the

crowd line, Evans has sense

there had could be a problem

here, this is going to be a

push by Cadell Evans now, if

he's got some good legs

there's time at stake, Cadell

Evans is pushing away, that's

the face of a man who wants

to win the Tour de France, he

has made a move. Voeckler has

done the ride of his life The

next chance for Evans to

strike may not come until

later this week. An bell

Smith and Charl lean

strategic ton have combined

to win bronze in the world

diving championships, they

were in the women's three

metre synchronised

springboard where they

impressed. China and Canada

finished one to strategic ton

is back in action today in

the one metre individual

springboard rounds, well done

girls. Manly winning, beating

the Knights in the NRL, two

big white washes this

afternoon Sounds good.

Looking at the weather, a

band of cloud across the

cloud generating a trough,

this rain is in eastern SA, western Victoria and

Tasmania, just ahead of a

cold front. Cloud scattered

over NSW and Queensland in a

weak trough, only causing

patchy light rain mostly

inland. A low will track

across Tasmania, Victoria and

southern NSW bringing shores

and cold SW winds, a trough

ahead of this system will

move off shore, Southeast

Queensland, a trough over WA

will generate heavy rain over

the gold fields. Looking at

the forecast for tomorrow,

mostly sunny in Darwin, a top

of 23, possible shower in

Cairns, also possible shower

in Brisbane, late shower

expected in Newcastle, mostly

sunny in Sydney, 17 top, rain

expected in Canberra, 11,

rain clearing in Dubbo and Tamworth. Across the

remainder of the SE, fog then

sunny in Hobart tomorrow, 11

top, late shower in Ballarat,

possible shower in Adelaide,

15, rain clearing Albury,

shores expected in Melbourne.

13 the top. Mostly cloudy in

Perth, 18 top, possible

shower in Kalgoorlie, sunny

and Shaws in Geraldton. The

cloud increase nothing

Wellington, frost and sunny

in Christchurch and Dunedin.

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