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Today rockets rained down on Israel and Gaza as Egypt's president indicates a ceasefire may be possible. A major advertising program launched by the Government hee h highlighting the importance of travelling insurance, Cambodia hosts world leaders as the annual ASEAN summit. 4 o'clock in Melbourne, 6 o'clock in Wellington, thus now for Sunday 18 November I'm Gemma Furness. Southeast Queensland prepares to be battled by more wild weather. In sport Adam Scott holds a two-shot lead in the final round of the Australian Masters, showers and storms in the east mostly Sunny in the south. This is news now. Violence in the Middle East is showing no siep of ending with the Israeli airstrikes on Gaza continuing, a large explosion has shaken Gaza City on a fifth day of raids targeting militants in the territory. More Rocket attacks launched from within Palestinian territory was in response to a bombardment by Israel which saw the Prime Minister's officer and other targets hit including the media building. Six journalists were injured and a cameraman lost his leg in the attack. Mohamed Morsi said there was some indication a skaes fire could be reached between Israel and the Palestinians, warned there were no guarantees. Israel drones combed the skieps above Gaza, guiding missiles like this Rocket which hit a house close to the home of Israel's Prime Minister. The target list for bombardment has widened to Hamas offices and homes which Israel believes are harbouring senior officials. Only Israel's intelligence agencies would know why this house was targeted in the refugee camp. Mohammed run a carpentry store and denied allegations that a Hamas officer lived here. TRANSLATION: The guy is a normal guy, 60 years old, he and his son and his daughter. He do nothing, not even Hamas. The mill gants have gone upped ground so finding them isn't easy. On the streets locals keep one eye out for airstrikes. Another for the hated collaborators who helped with targeting. Israel's bombing campaign against Hamas and other groups have relied heavily on intelligence gathered with high tech equipment. There still is no substitute for human intelligence, for spice. As an example of what happens to them yesterday Hamas dragged a known spy, already in prison, to this location during Friday prayers. They put him on his knees and they shot him in the head.The execution was filmed and photographed to spread the message to other informers.These emotive scenes have done nothing to weaken support for Hamas in Gaza, instead they are building support in Gaza among the governments of the Muslim world who themselves were swept to power in the Arab Spring. Tunisia's Foreign Minister. TRANSLATION: We are sending out a clear message from our brothers in Gaza to the Arab League meeting in Cairo to discuss this matter urgently and put pressure on the Security Council to put an immediate stop to these attacks and put forward an Arab plan to the Security Council. What is occurring at this hospital in the full glare of the international media is a split between the east, the Arab and Muslim world and the west that are predominantly backing Israel. And it's getting more and more serious by the day.Arab League diplomats in eye Egypt have been working frantically to establish a truce before Israel invades Gaza. TRANSLATION: There are now some indications there is a possibility of a cease fire soon between the two sides. We have no guarantees there. What I would like to say this aggression and the siege of Gaza none of this will ever lead to peace or stability ofIf a ground attack is launched Hamas has promised a vigorous defence. TRANSLATION: We have no choice, but to defend our country, our people, our women, our land, our children, and our Gaza Strip. This occupation will fail because this occupation was built on aggression, on injustice on the raping of land on the killing of women and children.With Israeli troops poise today go in the window for peace is rapidly closing.In the meantime 75000 Israel Reservists are massing on the border with Gaz 0 on top of the 16000 already called up. So far there's no ke h dhe cision to begin a ground offensive, the operation is threatened to be widened if the Rocket fire doesn't stop. This report was tiled from the Israeli Border. He is railies are Prague for the rk rockets from Gaza to stop. Until and unless they do a prospect of a ground war edges ever closer which is why the Israeli government is making sure its own citizens, the international community, perhaps most importantly Hamas are aware of the very public massing of troops and equipment on or close to the Gaza Border. Roads all but decertificated by ordinary vehicles carry trucks which in turn carry tanks to what may soon be the front line. Israel knows that despite several days and nights of airstrikes on Gaza's missile launch sites the Rocket keep coming putting fear into the residents that live within the target zone which now includes the country's most populated area, in and around Tel Aviv. Let's remember we are under attack, 3 million Israeli kittens are now within the range of the Hamas fire we have a responsibility to know that the other side knows we are serious, we need to restore peace and quiet to the south. Is it a show of force or a realistic option to go over the border and start a ground war. The Minister of defence said clearly we will consider this option in order to restore the peace and security to the south.Israel's government knows it is effectively in control of the start date for any prospective ground incursion but may not be in control of how or when it ends. Israeli s calling up tends and thousands of Reservists, they are building up their forces on the Gaza Border, but it would be a risky option to send them over the border and engage this a ground war, immense political and diplomatic fallout.For now the pieces of the military jigsaw are being moved into place on the Israeli sight fd Border, how soon before the picture is complete is far from clear. David Boden Sky News. Just in time for schoolies week the Federal government that is launched a major advertising campaign aimed at Australians travelling overseas, the number of Aussie injured arrested or killed has soared in recent years with most kittens needing embassy assistance when travelling to Thailand, Indonesia or the United States. The Department of Foreign Affairs says that many travellers fail to take up travel insurance or register their details prompting Minister Carr to launch this campaign. Australians get into some difficulties overseas each year. That difficulty is going to be a whole lot less if they have travel insurance, a whole lot less if they have registered with Smart Traveller. We are are launching this campaign to get Australians to take out travel insurance before heading off overseas, cheapiesy to obtain, it can save your life when overseas. Fronting the campaign 22 year-old Aaron Langworthc whose Bunji cord snapped. Her insurance saved her a 50000 medical bill and enabled her to be air lifted. Before my return 104 others had jumped safely, everyone from my tour had been and gone. Lucky me was last. As you go off the bridge you see the background blur behind you. Suddenly I came to a stop, my line snapped. I remember putting my arms above my head, I heard the sound of the air. The next thing I was opening my eyes under the water. The Government safety advertisements will run until December 31. The annual Asian summit has began in the Cambodian capital. Among topics to be discussed would be increasingly devicive Maritime territorial rouse. This summit will be followed by a two-day East Asia Summit involving Chinese premier Wen Jaobao, Barack Obama, Julia Gillard and the leaders of five other countries. People living in Queensland's southeast have been warned that dangerous storms are on their way for the second day in a row, strong winds and flash floods ripped through Brisbane streets yesterday wrecking homes and cars leaving thousands without power. While the clean-up continues more severe storms are expected. This district and the Wide Bay and Burnett could get some storms leading to large hail, heavy rainfall and damaging gusts could be possible for today. We currently have some storms going over the scenic rim, well west of the Gold Coast at the moment. We do do expect activity to increase during the day. Residents are being told to beware of fallen power lines and trees, to contact the SES if they need urgent assistance. Hundreds of people have turned out to a commemoration service in Sydney to mark the one-year anniversary since the deaf straighting Quakers Hill Nursing Home fire killing 29 people. The service started at 6am to mark the moment the final survivor was brought out of the of burning building. The granddaughter of one of the survivors of says the blaze still haunts her grandfather. He still hears the fire alarm, sees the black wall of smoke down the corridor he can smell and taste it. Roger Dean the nurse charged heifer the murders pleaded not guilty and will stand trial next May. The US coastguard has confirmed the body of a man has been recovered a short distance from where a oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. The identity of this man is not known. It is thought he may be one of the two men going missing after the oil platform exploded. The news came a short time after the coastguard suspended a 32 hour search for two workers, the search would be resumed if there was credible evidence that one of the men had survived. Four other workers who were severely burned remain in hospital in a critical but stable condition. In Syria Rebel fighters have seized control of an airport used by pro Assad forces deer the Iraqi Border, images posted on line appear to show the Rebels in control of the desert air base, activists claim the Syrian military retal yated bombing the airport with Jets. They have been coming the bases in an attempt to weaken Assad's superior firepower. Confidence in the US a budget framework will be drawn up by Christmas, it follows the first round of negotiations at the White House. We have urgent business to do. The big White House meeting did it feel like someone took their foot off the gas pedal as we headed towards a steep cliff. We had a constructive meeting. It sounds like progress, we need one, this is what happens January 1 if the President and congress don't make a deal. The bush tax cuts will expire which in essence means a tax increase for every taxpayer. Oh that 2% cut in the payroll taxes we have had to pay for the past two years will also go away. A number of small tax cuts for businesses and individuals disappear as well as unemployment benefits for the long-term unemployed. Now if that wasn't enough there's that poison pill too, mandatory cuts, 55 billion at the pent gone, another 55 billion in domestic programs, everything from the Education Department to the parks service. All together this is $500 billion, which some say could send the country back into recession. For ABC's this week Margaret Raditz asked the house's leader if there was room for compromise. Would you accept a deal that would not include tax rate increases for the wealthy? No, the President have been clear the highly income people have to pay their fair share. Wall Street loved the constructive talks main street business $want to deal, they can't plan, hire or increase production without knowing what taxes they'll be paying next year. This is news now, the top stories just ahead, plus we have all the sport with Megan with the Wallabies getting their string tour back on track.And the Jets do battle with the Phoenix in this afternoon's A-League.

The top stories, Israel and Gaza have been bombarded by air attacks as 75000 reserve Israeli troops mass on the border for a possible ground invasion. In the meantime Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi has indicated a ceasefire may be poss ebl. Bob Carr has launched a 2.6 million awareness campaign highlighting the importance of travel insurance, the annual Asian summit is getting under way in Cambodia as world leaders including Barack Obama and Prime Minister Julia Gillard prepare for highly levels regional talks. Tomorrow's weather, showers and storms in the North and east, mosty Sunny in the south. Coming up to 19 past 4 eastern daylight now, news now. All the sport with Megan, Adam Scott still in the lead. At Kingston Heath not tomb holes to be played. He holds a 2 stroke lead in the Australian Masters, just a few holes remaining, Ian Poulter is beginning to unravel. Adam Scott came out with his A game shooting birdies on the opening two holes. Oh, brilliant!Yes! Absolutely outstanding!It was essentially matchplay between Scott and Poulter, it was a contest that would go down to the wire.He loved it from the word go. Calling it to be right and right it is!The pair the approach play continued to be the greatest strength setting up the third birdie on the sixth. But the Australian had moments of brilliance with the putter as well.Oh! Of course he can!Poulter fell a stroke back, he wasn't going away quietly.What a beautiful shot! That's turning around, six feet for Poulter. But the Englishman came unstuck on the bunker at the 12th hole, only a stunning par saved him from a double bogey as Scott pulled two strokes ahead. He got it, what a putt!He is Mr Clutch!Elise Holman, Sky News Sport. Wallaby centre Pat McCabe will miss the next three months after scans revealed he sustained a fractured neck in the loss to France, the news aim came is the Wallabies got their spring tour on track. In our results South Africa downed Scotland, the All Blacks out classing Italy, Australia responded with a six point win at twik enham. There couldn't have been more pressure on the Wallabies after this man Robbie Deans after an embarrassing scene against the French. Almost as embarrassing England's purple jersey used instead of the traditional l white. They kicked to an early lead, with an improved scum Australia had the better of the opening exes. Barnes on to the left was more of a willingness to run the ball as well. That was finally rewarded in the 35th minute. Beahe thought about kicking, Cummins on the outside! Strike time Wallabies. It's been a long time coming. They're rejoicing at Twickenham. Moments later England hit back.He's coming across, did he get it down on the line? I think he did. He thinks he does. It turned out to be a controversial decision with plenty of debate as to whether he was short of the line. Down 14-11 at half time the Wallabies showed courage after the break to repel engine glirbd. Bair Rick Barnes put the Wallabies ahead, they held on. Coach and players responding to a week of heavy criticism in the best possible way. The Cup is coming home to Australia!Look at the celebrations. Look at the relief. Any result significant. It doesn't come easily here, so very pleased for the lads and the way they played.They did it, not me. The meantime the All Blacks 13-7 at half time against Italy, recording a Victory. Here is Reid, he cuts in. South frik's hooker was the star in the win over Scotland.In for the score, the hooker for his second try!Paul Gregg Sky News Sport. The Jets are trailing against Wellington at half time in the A-League this afternoon. The FFA CEO David gallop is enjoying the action. The match began to open up towards the end of the second half, a goal coming in the 44th minute. The ball, no flag for the Phoenix, the sucker punch. Jeremy Brockie scores for Wellington Phoenix against his former club!The Phoenix will move off the bottom of the ladder if they can hold on and win the match. South Sydney is in danger of losing their star power with Russell Crowe set to sell out of the club. Moves suggest Crowe will set out as an owner. He bought into Souths in 2006 along siefd Peter homes a court turning around the fortunes of the club, the decision is a consequence of his family situation recently splitting from wife Daniel Spencer. NSW has set Victoria a massive title in the Ryobi cup clash at North Sydney oval. Steve Smith led the way, the Blues belted 350 in reply the Bushrangers are going along nicely with just the one wicket down so far. There was no place to hide at North Sydney oval.Same area, same result, back-to-back. The Bushrangers belted to all parts. He goes in the air again and it's miles past. It's on the roof!But the keen end for the Blues was Steve Smith. He goes again, that will be a six surely!The star allrounder belting 62. Swams finishing with a daunting total of 350. That has gone into the deep. It's over. There it is, 14. Jaimee Mitchell, Sky News, sport. The Kings have come from behind to beat the Tigers in the NBL this afternoon, they led at half time Sydney turned it around in a heated second half. The Tigers lost control in the third quarter, with two fights breaking out.In the end they got themselves into a bit of a tangle.He's gone down, a backhander. Look at this one. I think Sam Scott has let one go there, a genuine punch. That was an absolute punch. It's on here.Scott was given an early shower for his involvement. They won the match by 5 points. Adam Scott still head leading the way at the Australian Masters, a few holes to go. Keep us up-to-date. Not even the Hollywood sign can escape a face-lift like the movie stars the sign will get a makeover in time for its 90th birthday. It will take 10 weeks to strip. The film industry that represents a huge part of the economy in Los Angeles is alive and well. To strip, prime and repaint the sign, no Botox required just yet. The weather, the forecast for tomorrow, a possible thunderstorm in Brisbane, showers in Cairns, Sunny for Canberra:

The top stories are ahead as air attacks and missile strikes continue over Israel and Gaza.

This hour's top stories, Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi has indicated a ceasefire may be possible in the Israel pal is Steyn conflict. A 2.6 million awareness campaign highlighting the importance of travel insurance has been launched by Foreign Minister Bob Carr. World leaders have begun arriving in Cambodia for the annual Asian summit. The sky weather forecast for tomorrow, showers and storms in the North and east, mostly Sunny in the south. The violence in the Middle East is showing no siep of ending with the Israel airstrikes on Gaza continuing, earlier Rocket attacks launched from within Palestinian territory were in response to a bombardment by Israel that saw the Prime Minister's office and other Hamas targets hit. This comes as the President Mohamed Morsi said there was some indication a ceasefire could be reached between Israel and the Palestinians, warned there were no guarantees. Israel drones combed the skies above Gaza, firing and guiding missiles like this Israel naval Rocket which hit a house close to the home of Gaza's Prime Minister. The tar get list for bombardment has widened to Hamas offices and homes which Israel believes are harbouring senior officials, only Israel's intelligence agencies would know why this house was targeted in the refugee camp. Mohammed ran a carpentry shop. He denied an Israel ly officer lives here. TRANSLATION: The guy was a normal guy, he is 60 years old, he had his son and his daughter, he did nothing, he's not even Hamas. Gaza's militants have gone underground, finding them isn't easy. On the streets locals keep one eye out for airstrikes.Another for the hated collaborators who helped with targeting. Israel's bombing campaign has relied heavily on intelligence gathered with high tech equipment. There is no substitute for human intelligence, for spice. As an example of what happens to them, yesterday Hamas dragged a known spy, already in prison, to this location during Friday prayers. They put him on his knees and they shot him in the head. The execution was filmed and photographed to spread the message to other informers. These emotive scenes have done nothing to weaken support for Hamas in Gaza. Instead they are building support for Gaza among the governments of the Muslim world who themselves were swept to power in the Arab spring. This hospital Tunisia's Foreign Minister is the latest pril grimWe are sending out a clear message from our brothers in Gaza to the Arab League meeting in Cairo to discuss this matter urgently, to put pressure on the Security Council to put an immediate stop to at tax and put forward an Arab plan to the Security Council. What is occurring here at this hospital in the full glare of the international media is a split between the eechlt, the Arab and Muslim world and the west that are predominantly backing Israel, and it's getting more and more serious by the day. Arab diplomats in Egypt have been working frantically to establish a truce before Israel invades Gaza. TRANSLATION: There are now some indications that there's a possibility of a ceasefire soon between the two sides. We have no guarantees yet, but what I would like to say this type of aggression and the siege of Gaza none of this will ever lead to peace or stability.If a ground attack is launched Hamas has promised a vigorous defence. TRANSLATION: we have no choice, but to defend our country, our people, our women, our land, our children and our Gaza Strip. This occupation will fail, because this occupation was built on aggression, on injustice, on the raping of land, on the killing of women and children.With Israeli troops poised to go in the window for peace is rapidly closing. Sky News reporter Sam Kylie is in Gaza City and provided details on a lucky escape a short time ago. The Israeli demonstrate that had they have expended their target list to include buildings, housing of media. This is the second strike against a media building in the over night bombardment by Israel. The first was against a building housing Arkuits. 10 minutes ago there were two incoming missiles that hit the floor above the Sky News radio, the Sky News UK offices and studios. this studio, the reason for this strike we are unaware of. I think this demonstrates just how dangerous and this aerial bomb boardment is. The Israelies have distributed leaflets all over the strips warning to Isaia way from Hamas groups. It is difficult to know if these people are collocated with perfectly innocent individuals such as ourselves, and in this case we don't know whether these were missiles, extremely unlikely, since two hit the building within a space of four minutes, one floor above the stairs between the floor we work on, in fact where we still are, the next floor above are spattered with gouged stationary he's been torn from the walls, most of the windows of course on our floor have been blown out. There is water cascading down the side of the building as a result of the breach of water mains, and of course the air is absolutely thick with Acrid smoke. We have had a very lucky escape. I have to say that there is a very clear targeting over night of buildings housing the media. Back home now, soaring number of young Australians have found themselves getting into trouble overseas prompting the Federal government to launch a $2.6 million advertising campaign today. The advertisements feeter 22 year-old Aaron Langworthy who suffered collapsed lungs after a Bunji cord snapped after leaping off a bank in Zambia. Ism I had to be air lifted to a better medical facility in South Africa. If I hadn't had travel insurance I would have hit with a bill for over $50000. We think we can minimise risk, and make a lot of difference. About 14000 Australians get into some difficulty overseas each year, and that difficult is going to be less if they have travel insurance and a whole lot less if they have registered with Smart Traveller. We are launching this campaign to get Australians to take out travel insurance before heading off overseas, it's cheap, easy to obtain, it can save your life overseas. Over 3000 Australians were injured, killed or required assistance while overseas this year. Many travel offers failed to take out travel insurance or register their details prompting Bob Carr to launch the awareness campaign. The Federal government says it's committed to National Disability Insurance Scheme is unwavering, the next budget will set out a time line for funding. The NDIS is only in the trial stage set to cost $15 billion a year when fully operational. It will be jointly funded by the state and Federal Government. The Gillard government says a funding plan will be finalised by May next year.It will be a sustainable sift #e78, the very high expect -- system. Very high expectation out in the community of the change in lives of hundreds of thousands of people living
with serious disability and their families. We are under no illusions about the levels of expectation and under no illusions that this is a very substantial funding commitment by the Commonwealth, in particular, but also by states which is why our Ministers, Minister Macklin and the financial Ministers are working hard on finalising those details in the coming months. The NDIS would cover every Australian for reasonable and necessary support if they became disabled. Thunderstorms will continue in parts of northern NSW and Southeast Queensland today. Another weather warning has been issued following a damaging super cell yesterday. That brought damaging winds, heavy rain to Brisbane, 65 millimetres of rain fell in some parts, flooding roads and cars, while a roof collapsed at a local hotel.A short bit of plaster fell, then the whole roof caved in. More than 11000 lightning strikes were recorded, the Storm brought 100 power lines down causing electricity out rajs. The annual Asian summit has began. Increasingly devicive Maritime territorial rouse were discussed. A hot line was called for with China to diffuse the tensions, it will be followed by a two-day east arb is a summit involving Wen Jaibao, Barack Obama, Julia Gillard and the leaders of five other countries, and meantime US president Barack Obama has left on a four-day visit to foreign trip since winning reelection, he will visit of Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar, the first US president to visit the once internation limb stunned nation. Barack Obama will meet with Opposition Leader Ong Sung Suki, he will call for political reforms. His trip to Asia is part of a broader strategy for an expanded footprint in the region. Gold Coast police have arrested 20 schoolies as end of school celebrations killed off. Most arrests for public nuisance offences and being drunk. In soaking rains the teens braved the wet weather to let their down and party. It's good sart to schoolies, I hope the weather clears up. Police say overall they're pleased with the behaviour. 50 people have been killed as after a train collided with a bus in a city south of the Egyptian capital Cairo, an official said 4 of 48 of the dead were children aged between four and six. One woman from the vehicle bomb, we hurried towards the broken into two pieces. Reports say barriers on the level crossing were up as the train approached. Books and school bags were strewn along the tracks as rescuers gathered to help in the recovery with operation. Egypt has a poor safety record on the railway network and angry locals hit out as officials as what was described as the worse tragedy. The country's transport Minister and head of railways resigned in the aftermath has ordered an immediate investigation. But for many of the distraught families it may be of little comfort. Sky News.Top stories for you just ahead on news now, plus we have a check in of all the latest sport including a much-needed win for the Wallabies.And Adam Scott on track for the Gold Jacket.

Making headlines, Israel and Gaza have been bombarded by air attacks as 75000 reserve Israeli troops mass on the border for a possible ground invasion, Mohamed Bob Carr has launched a 2.6 million awareness campaign highlighting the importance of travel insurance, the Asian summit is getting under way in Cambodia as world leaders including Barack Obama and our Prime Minister Julia Gillard prepare for high level regional talks. Looking to tomorrow's weather forecast, showers and storms in the North and east and mostly Sunny in the south. Sport now with Megan, Adam Scott has a handy lead. Not long to go at Kingston Heath, he's closing in on Victory in the final round of the Australian Masters, the Aussie leads Ian Poulter by two strokes with two holes remaining.Trailing Poulter by one, Adam Scott came out with his A gad shooting birdies on the opening two holes. Oh!Brilliant!Yes!Outstanding!It was essentially matchplay between Scott and Poulter, it was a contest that would go down to the wire. He loved it from the word go. He was calling it to be right and right it is!The pair were trading slip up the way. Scott's approach play continued to be his greatest strength, setting up the third birdie on the sixth. The Australian had moments of brilliance with the putter as well.Of course he can!Poulter fell a stroke back, he wasn't going away quietly.That's a beautiful shot, great reply. About six feet for Poulter. But the Englishment came unstuck on the bunker in the 12th hole, only a stunning putt saved him from a doubly bogey as Scott pulled two strokes ahead. He got it. He is Mr Clutch!Sky News Sport. The Wallabies have suffered another injury blow with centre Pat McCabe out for at least three months, the end result this morning New Zealand and South Africa had comfortable wins, the Wallabies restored lost pride with a vastly improved performance against English. The Wallabies only try of the match was set up.Now Beale thought about kicking. Phipps is having a run. He has Beale on the inside. Strike time Wallabies! It's been a long time coming, but they're rejoicing at Twickendon. The six point win bringing relief to the entire camp including coach Robbie Deans.It doesn't come easily here, so very pleased for the lads and the way they played. They did it. Italy next weekend. Adelaide and the Jets are trailing against Wellington this afternoon new FFA CEO David gallop enjoying the match. It opened up at the end of the first half and the first goal came in the 44th minute. A sucker punch, Jeremy Brockie scores for Wellington Phoenix against his former club. Now League ladder to bitter rivals Manchester City after suffering a shock defeat to Norwich. Swan seam downing Newcastle. Arsenal put past past a 10-man Spurs, West Brom stunned Chelsea, Liverpool accounted for wig begin, the second half strike from Anthony pilling tonne was enough for the Canaries to grab the 10 points against the devils. Norwich was intent on making it as difficult as possible forever the ladder leaders, dominating for 60 minutes the pressure was finally felt.He kicked it! Manchester United fall behind again!Try as they might there was no coming back for the red devils this time around.A North London Derby which could have big implications on the make-up of the top four. Tottenham made the top start. It all turned sour 8 minutes later, arse nat not waiting the opportunity firing in the goals! -- Arsenal. A 5-2 Victory pushing the Gunners above the Spurs on the Premier League ladder. Chelsea travelled to the Hawthorns looking to keep pace, a less than ideal start for the visitors.They made sure they went to the break on level terms, it was changed shortly after.They hit the front again!West Brom continuing to surprise everyone as they moved into the top four. Everton made the perfect start against Redding on a night of upsets the home side were intent of adding another to the list. Foilg Everton's win for a top four berth they ran out the winners. It may have taken Manchester City 44 minutes to get going, it took less than that to pile on the next four. Five-for Manchester City!Somehow it all appears to be about Lewis Suarez these days, why should this week be any different? The Uroguayan netting a double as Liverpool claimed a 3-0 Victory. Back home, it helped turn around the
fortunes of South Sydney, Russell Crowe believes his job is done with the Hollywood actor set to sell his stake in the club. He will carry on his role before selling up ahead of the 2014 season, he's poured millions of dollars into the Bunnies since purchasing the club along side Peter homes a court. It is understood the decision is based on family reasons. This afternoon's Ryobi cup clash Smith led the way with 92, the Blues led with a daunting total of 350. The Vics going along with two wickets down so far. There was no place to hide at North Sydney oval.In the same area, same result, back-to-back. The Bushrangers belted to all parts.He goes in the air again and it's miles past. It's on the roof!But the end for the Blues was Steve Smith. That will be a six surely. The allrounder belting 92 off just 68 balls. Swams finishing with a daunting total of 350.That is gone into the deep. It's over, there it is, 14 today. Jaimee Mitchell, Sky News, sportNot far from now in the golf. Two stroke lead to Adam Scott. Excellent. Looking to the weather forecast, cloud over Southeast Queensland, North even NSW this a Trophy causing potentially severe thunderstorms, cloud over Victoria and Tasmania causing storms. Moist unstable areas causing a few showers and storms. A low pressure sift of em developing off the east coast directing scattered showers and fresh winds into eastern NSW. A Trophy will linger near the Queensland coast leading to storms. Winds in SA ahead of a Trophy generating storms over WA. The forecast for tomorrow:

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trough will linger near the Queensland coast leading to storms. Winds in SA ahead of a trough generating storms over WA. The forecast for tomorrow:

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