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Tonight - a mum faces justice over the death of her little girl, that broke her father's heart. A Sydney's shopkeeper's terrifying brush with an axe-wielding thief. The Aussie survivors of a vicious gang murder in Papua New Guinea. And Ricky Stuart kicks the Eels while their down, walking-out for greener pastures.

Good evening. Before we get to those stories, there has been another bushfire drama late this afternoon. Terrified drivers have watched an inferno jump the M1, or the entry -- F3 as it was known, that's Morisset near Newcastle. Our reporter has been monitoring this story from the Rural Fire Service headquarters. This would have been extremely dangerous? Absolutely. And very scary. We can only imagine what the drivers were feeling as this wall of heat came towards them. As the fire jumped the M1, there would have been and is raining down on them. There would have been intense smoke and visibility would have been very low. There were reports that some drivers were trapped. Ambulance crews responded. Miraculously, nobody was hurt. The M1 was closed for about one hour. What's happening now?The fire still hasn't been contained.There are about 15 trucks, 40 firefighters and one water bomber trying to put the fires out. There aren't any homes in the area, the situation isn't as urgent as Tuesday. But the fire is out of control. Parts of the M1 have reopened, all southbound lanes and one northbound lane. But fire crews are certainly recommending that drivers remain very cautious and that they do slow down. Thank you. There was visible heartbreak in a Sydney court today, as a young father tried to describe the pain of losing his little girl, who died while in the care of her mother. As he read his victim impact statement in front of his ex-partner, who's being sentenced, Adrian Warwick said his heart was broken. Our reporter was in court. How did the accused, Donna Deaves, react? She sat shaking her head through most of it and occasionally wiped away tears.She had her own chance to speak and was questioned for over one hour. But by far the most compelling part was listening to the impact statement from Adrian Warwick, the father of Tanilla Warwick-Deaves. He described how a Donna Deaves had to scrap -- denied him access to the little girl in the weeks leading up to her death and he will always played himself that he wasn't able to save her. Adrian Warwick came to court overwhelmed and nervous, but determined to stand up for his sweet little girl.She was a beautiful child. Happy all the time. Pushing prams, always up and go.The 2-year-old was left for dead in the Central Coast home of her mother in August, 2011. Her little body lay battered and bruised for two days in a stroller. When she was finally taken to hospital, doctors just couldn't save her.

Adrian Warwick read from his victim impact statement.

Donna Deaves has pleaded guilty to manslaughter for failing to seek medical treatment for her daughter. She admitted in court: when asked if she was remorseful, she replied: as Adrian Warwick read from his victim impact statement, he went He asked the judge to consider him Tanilla's voice. .The sentence would be good. A bit of justice.No sentence will ever be enough. Tanilla isn't coming back.Donna Deaves' mother and brother say she's been suffering too.It's pretty hard for her. She hasn't gone to the grave where her daughter is buried. Just that alone.After a day of sentencing submissions, Ms Deaves will learn her fate. The maximum penalty for manslaughter in NSW is 25 years. But Donna Deaves' lawyers have been arguing she should not be subjected to that. Thank you. The Australian survivors of a deadly jungle ambush have told of their terror when attacked by machete wielding bandits in Papua New Guinea. The hikers say that they owed their lives to the bravery of their guide, a NSW mother of two. Bandages, wounds and a story of butchery and survival. Touching down in Cairns, ending an ordeal that will bind them for life.An act of murder and robbery. That's basically what happened.48 hours later, the memory of terror on the Black Cat Track is as vivid as ever.I saw them coming out of the bush and I thought, what? These three guys with hoods on, machetes, rifles and then they were into us.The bandits attacked the 10 porters first, killing two of them.I think we got off fairly superficial -- with fairly superficial injuries. The porters were very badly attacked. They came for money and then they brutalised the porters.That's what we have witnessed.Speaking pigeon English, they ordered the trekkers to the ground and to stay down.I got clubbed as I was coming out of my tent. I was pretty much in the dark. They started on us.I got hit a couple of times with the flat of the bush knives. They are that long.All of the hikers saying they owe their lives to guide Christie King, who promised to lead them to safety.Christie is a very brave woman and a brave person regardless. She is exceptional.The group is also getting behind the porters and their families.We're putting together a trust fund, like a donation fund, for the locals. We just want people to support it. Papua New Guinean authorities are hunting the three bandits. Local justice could mean the death penalty. Some of the trekkers vowed to return. One day.It's good to be home.A sentiment clearly shared by their families.

A shopkeeper has been left shaken after she was threatened with an axe during a brazen robbery in Sydney's west. She's been speaking with Natasha Squarey, who has the security vision that could identify the bandit. Emily Yu was just about to leave work when this happened. Just before 9pm, two men burst into the Lidcombe convenience store, waving an axe in her face.Very scared, very scared. Very nervous.The store's security cameras capturing the moment the shopkeeper was terrorised. The thieves helping themselves to $500 in cash and cigarettes. Today, the victim was still shaken, leaving it to her colleague to describe how the attack unfolded.She was preparing to close the shop but, suddenly, the robbery break in. They execute -- executed their crime in 30 seconds but that was enough time to leave Emily terrified at uninjured. We hope the police can stop these things happening and we don't want to be threatened again.The women say the train station across the road can sometimes bring unwanted visitors.Around the station is very dangerous now.Police are trying to uncover clues. While armed robbery rates are down, stunned shopkeepers are seeing more weapons such as syringes, knives and even axis. In fact, new figures out today showed these instruments are five times more likely to be used in robbery, rather than a firearm. Anyone who saw the robbery should contact police. Police have busted one of largest and most elaborate identity fraud operations in the state's history. Two properties have been raided and two men are behind bars, accused of making thousands of fake IDs and credit cards. They look so real it's worrying. Thousands of fake IDs and credit cards which would have made their way onto the streets. Police found all these and more inside what's being described as a fraud factory. Within that, the police found a number of embossing machines, a number of laptops, scanners, envelopes containing plastic holograms.Two men have been arrested and charged with numerous fraud offences after dual raids this week. They are accused of printing and selling fake drivers licences, Medicare cards and bank cards.Extremely scary. That's how I would put how lifelike these cards are.The effect of having a false identity is sufficient to produce other subsequent bank accounts and so forth.Police believe some fakes we used to buy luxury goods from major department stores. It has taken eight months to bring down one of the state's largest identity fraud rings. The latest bureau of crime statistics figures has shown there has been a 22% rise in fraud offences in the past couple of years and the majority involve credit and debit cards. There is no doubt this operation and the success of it would -- will put a dent in that. The men are expected that in court in the coming weeks. There is growing unease and even fear on the lower North Shore right now, after the murder of local businessman Morgan Huxley. Described by some as a popular young man with women, it's now thought he may have been stabbed to death by a spurned lover.

It is the murder mystery that is gripping the lower North Shore - who killed popular bachelor Morgan Huxley? The 31-year-old was found stabbed and slashed inside his flat at Neutral Bay early on Sunday morning. Neighbours from the apartment block are horrified. Scary. You don't know what really happened. You don't know what's going on. You see all these police going around. They were here for 24 hours.Police have been told Morgan was a fit and good looking man, with a keen eye for the ladies and he'd had plenty of girlfriends. Homicide detectives are trying to work out whether a spurned lover killed Mr Huxley in a fit of rage and are trying to track down all the women in his life. Morgan Huxley was last seen alive here at the Oaks Hotel at Neutral Bay. He was a regular at the pub and well liked. Staff described him as a great bloke. He left the hotel alone at about 1:30am, walking to his flat in nearby Watson Street. His female flatmate discovered the crime at 3am.Every time he came in there was a smile on his face. I bumped into him a couple of times around here. I was shocked to find out he was gone.Mr Huxley's marine repair business operated from this home in Balmain. He specialised in repairs to moorings, private jetties and boat sheds. Detectives want anyone with information about the murder to contact them.

Ricky Stuart says he is prepared to cop the criticism from Parramatta fans after walking out to join Canberra after just one year into a three season contract with the Eels. He says the opportunity to rejoin the Raiders, the club he played with, was too good to dismiss. I know we can criticise.I will cop the criticism for their decision. For my career and also my family.We will hear more from him and the interim Eels boss and later in sport. Still to come - more on tonight's bushfires. Also, how motorists in the bush are going bust at the bowser. Plus, they are on the frontline of suffering. But are our ambos OK? Princess Kate in a penny for charity. And on the beat with police on the Rebels' annual run. Traditional health insurance
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According to the NRMA, how much you pay for petrol comes down to where you live. A new study lists the cheapest to most expensive petrol over 18 months. It has found fuel is much cheaper in Sydney compared with smaller towns, thanks to competition. There was a significant 14 cents per litre gap between the cheapest and most expensive locations. Hades from today's bushfires will be causing problems. -- haze. We have been flying over the Central Coast back to Sydney. It's a pretty clear run, all the way to the Central Coast. But there will be some pretty major problems. One lane only open in both directions on the F1. 45km worth of traffic delays. If you are leaving city tonight, don't travel on the M1. Traffic will be significantly delayed to Newcastle. Unemployment has climbed to a 4-year high. The jobless rate in August edged up to 5.8%, its highest level since August 2009. Almost 11,000 jobs were lost last month, with both full and part-time employment falling. All states now have a jobless rate above 5%.

Bill Shorten has finally put his hand up to lead the Labor Party, insisting he can win the next election. The leadership push comes as Kevin Rudd hands the Lodge over to Tony Abbott. Paul Bongiorno joins us. Is it unusual for this changeover to take this long?Back in 2007, the changeover from John Howard to Kevin Rudd took nine days. The major parties are waiting to see what will happen in the hotly contested seat. Labor is now trailing in two seats. And the Liberals are making rapid gains on Clive Palmer in his seat. A potent symbol of the nation's Democratic powershift. Kevin Rudd hands over the official residence. Have a good time, as they say.The Lodge is under repair, much like the AOP. At least today, somebody put up their hand to lead it. Bill Shorten has his family on side. Now he will have two win over the party. I want to lead our movement and take the fight up to the Coalition in Australian politics. He is vowing no retreat from the carbon price, NBN or workplace reforms.Labor shouldn't stop pursuing its issues just because someone has a different idea. Anthony Albanese will announce tomorrow if he is challenging.This powerbroker is scathing of the month-long vote.These new rules that were put in place are a farce. Rules that have left us helpless. Bill Shorten stands by the reforms. I welcome having rank-and-file participation.While they regroup, Tony Abbott will have his government sworn in next Tuesday.One back venture cleared the way for him to finalise his ministry when she abandoned her spot. She trails badly in her seat. This independent quarterly optimistic. We are being hopeful.I imagine there will be a recount. -- cautiously optimistic. The US ambassador came calling and President Obama personally phoned in his congratulations.The two leaders discussed area and will meet next month in Bali. Just on the Labor leadership, Anthony Albanese is sure to run. Bill Shorten said today that if he loses to him, he certainly would work with him. As we saw at the start of the bulletin, it has been a hell of a week for bushfires around Sydney. Our reporter is keeping tabs on a blaze up near Newcastle. Are things under control yet? They are not.The fire is still burning out of control at Morisset. But there aren't any homes in of the fire. So, it's not as serious as others we have seen. Like the one in the Blue Mountains, where residents were completely unprepared -- unprepared. Ian Robley is new to the Blue Mountains.But he's aware of the dangers and has spent the past three months preparing for the bushfire season.I plumbed up to the roof. So that the sprinkler systems could go on.Problem is, it's not there yet.I thought the sprinklers could wait until this weekend. But I could have done with it on Tuesday.All the locals here thought they had at least another month.Fortunately it didn't come over.Leo Sargent has lived here for 26 years and survived three serious bushfires. But even he hadn't cleared his yard or the gutters.I think this is a lesson. That we need to be ready early. Firefighters spent the day eliminating any remaining hotspots. More than 1000 hectares have been blackened and the edges are likely to smoulder for days. There are many fires burning all around me. The real danger is that if the winds pick up, those embers could fly over into the unbalanced to rain. The community will be updated on the situation at a meeting this evening and they will have plenty of questions. It looks increasingly likely this was caused by a hazard reduction burning that got out of hand. The fire there was meant to be contained by this afternoon that it hasn't yet been fully controlled. Thank you. Tim Bailey is joining us with a look at the weather. You continue to dish up a September to remember? Sydney has been putting the bling into spring. Look at this beautiful wide shot of the city! The game today, our 12th consecutive September day above average. We have averaged 25 degrees through spring. The average is 20. The bad news about that, zero millimetres. We are chasing 70mm to get to the average. A bit of a change moving through. It will cool down a little. You can feel the air coming of this knowing mountains. The bit of snow in this knowing mountains.

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later. Thank you. Coming up - tension on our highways as the Rebels bikie gang make their annual run. Also, how popping too many painkillers is making your headache worse. And first there were cars, now planes and the Aussie who's onboard.

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Canberra after just one Drug smugglers devise all kinds of ways to try to beat the system, but this one may astound you. Authorities in Colombia arresting a woman attempting to hide more than 2kg of cocaine inside a fake pregnant belly. The 28-year-old Canadian citizen could face almost a decade behind bars. US president has led tributes as America paused on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Barack Obama, along with first Lady, Michelle, and the vice president, held a moment 's silence on the lawns of the White House.

At Ground Zero in New York, crowds gathered beneath the one World Trade Center, said to be completed early next year. It is out of the ordinary for young princes, but William and Harry have been buying and selling as they went trading places for the day.

Riding the markets is a stressful business. Especially when you're a novice, brokering multibillion-dollar deals. The future King of England is not getting any favours on the futures exchange.I've got GBL GDF, 2 million pounds?Princes William and Harry turning traders, raising money on the floor of an international finance firm to mark the anniversary of 911. The company lost 658 people when the twin towers came down in 12 years ago. Now, the day is for charity in honour of them. The Royals saving the best until last. Working together with a little help from the experts to net an eye watering 25 billion euros currency deal.

This is easy now, I'm getting the hang of it! Easy money.Well... Almost. Just ahead, how codeine is creating more headaches. Plus, the police keeping an eagle eye on the Rebels bikie gang. Also Jessica Marais' 1st-class performance in the new Pixar production. And the Australian share market has climbed to a new 5-year high despite profit slump from my. Here are the details. Another opportunity
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You might not think you need
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in my health insurance. But without it, I could have been waiting weeks
in the public system for surgery. With NIB, I was able to
choose my specialist and be treated in
a private hospital. With NIB, you can get
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are standing by, ready to take your call. It's worth it.

There are traffic delays tonight for a number of reasons, so let's go back to the details.

For the Thursday night drive after an earlier breakdown of the Harbour Bridge, traffic deep back into the city causing delays for the Western distributor. There is a bushfire, one lane of the M1 previously renamed the F3, traffic now getting through but at a very slow rate into Newcastle.

It's almost become a daily soap opera, but with very real and very deadly storylines. It's the war between our outlaw bikie gangs and the cops who are stuck in the middle. This week the Rebels have been riding West on their annual run. We have been embedded with the special police task force that is trying to keep the peace and collar the criminals. When Australia's biggest bikie club meets the country 's toughest police force, there's bound to be tension. It's the Rebels' annual run, and we are at the roadblocks with strikeforce Raptor. An elite force within the force targeting organised crime, big business for outlaw bikies. They are violent, organised criminals, involved in organised crime.Raptor was formed after the brutal and public murder of Anthony 's this at Sydney airport. In the four years since, specialist officers have been targeting and frustrating outlaw bikies at every turn. They have made more than 2000 arrests, laid 5000 charges, and seized 600 weapons, taking their money and slowing the supply of drugs on our streets.They have seized large quantities of illegal drugs, including cocaine, cannabis, heroin, ecstasy, but in particular anabolic steroids and peptides. Police follow them on each leg of their annual run, everyone is pulled over, that photo taken, addresses written down. These stocks are as much about letting them know they are being watched as they are about gathering intelligence, getting names and details of members, the police can keep tabs on them then.It's important we keep up the date of that membership and recruitment process.Police are seeing new members every month despite tough laws and tough talk from leaders.I would have no problem if you put all of the outlaw motorcycle gang members into rooms and allow them to shoot.The bikies said the police are targeting them unfairly. The fact they are outlaw motorcyclists doesn't mean there are criminals, there may be a few criminals in clubs but they all aren't.This lawyer is taking the bikies' fight to the Supreme Court. The laws are very dangerous, they are frightening, they give police unlimited power to tell everybody not to communicate with other people.Power police say they need, and are confident they will get.If they want to continue with their vile activities, we will be there watching over the shoulder and the moment they do something wrong we will pounce.Australian researchers have discovered that the long-term use of the painkiller codeine could in fact be causing pain. Scientists say there is a link between the widely used drug and heightened sensitivity to pain. Some users may even feel symptoms from things that were previously painless.They thought it was just their condition getting worse and they needed to take more painkillers, it wasn't the pain driving the medication, it was the other way round.Codeine is in fact the strongest over the counter painkiller available. It's the one day of the year when you can get a colleague a couple if they need it and no one will mind. RUOK? Day is all about making mental health OK. We spend the day with some people who know all about trauma. -- spent. It wasn't until someone asked Fred Koster how he was holding up after trying to save the life of a young man in a car accident that the paramedic realised he wasn't OK.Could we have done this or that, could that have changed the outcome.Paul McPharlin knows too well the devastating scenes his paramedics deal with, he worries about them. We thought we would visit you on RUOK? Day. They make a personal connection with people, they are the ones that can get through the shield.Mental illness can hit anyone at any time for any reason, from struggling students.Stress is one of the main things you go through, and struggle in your friendship environment and your family environment.To those who sometimes you would least expect. For the first couple of months I was faking the world, thinking whiny. I put myself in the situation where I didn't get the help I needed.It's hard to believe around 65,000 people in Australia tried to take their own lives every year, and out of those around 2000 are successful.And believe it or not suicide is the biggest killer for those between 15 and 44.Asked the question, and if they are not OK?You want to listen without judgement, not jump in and fix their problems but assist them in working out what the next steps are.But Ascot all the same. Stay with us, up next we will have the latest on the bushfires -- but Ascot. We go live to the Eels' presentation night to hear why Ricky Stuart turned his back on the club. Also, is this man the man to deliver the Goodes for Sydney this weekend? And rain saves England but fails to dampen Mitchell Johnson's chances of an Ashes recall. (TV TURNS ON)
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You might not think you need
private health insurance. It seems expensive, and there's always
the public health system if there's an accident, right? Well, listen to this. I've always been healthy, so up until my netball accident, I couldn't see the value
in my health insurance. But without it, I could have been waiting weeks
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a private hospital. With NIB, you can get
basic hospital cover from just $11.91 a week for singles. You'll get unlimited cover for emergency ambulance. Plus, if you're injured as a result of an accident and need immediate
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need to worry. If you don't have
private health insurance, don't wait any longer. Call NIB now on 13 14 63 for great value health cover. Their friendly consultants
are standing by, ready to take your call. It's worth it.

A fire near Newcastle that stopped traffic on the M1 this afternoon is still burning out of control, but not threatening homes. They Sydney shopkeeper has been terrorised by a bandit with an axe who escaped with just a few hundred dollars. And the Australian survivors of a fatal ambush in Papa New Guinea have described their horror. You can hear their stories on our website. After much speculation, it's official, Ricky Stuart is going back to Canberra after a disastrous year at the Eels.Parramatta's year from hell is complete, with Ricky Stuart quitting to take up a 3-year deal with the Raiders. Adam Hawse joins us from the Eels presentation night at Rosehill, will Ricky be making an appearance tonight?Right now Ricky is just down the road addressing his team over a beer, but he will be attending the presentation night, he will take to the stage and attempt to explain to the members, sponsors, club legends, exactly why he's walking out on Parramatta just one year into a 3-year contract. It will me fascinating to watch, because there are a lot of people unhappy with his decision. He said he was prepared for any heckling.It's a very difficult decision, the easy as part of this would have been to continue on. I didn't ask for this opportunity to present itself but it has. I know I'm getting criticised and I will pop the criticism -- cop the criticism. I will wear that for myself and my family.Every conversation we had had, and every indication was that he would be the coach here next year and onwards and honour his contract.Outgoing Cowboys coach Neil Henry is the obvious candidate to replace him, although we keep hearing Jason Taylor's name as well. In relation to Will Hopper Lahti, who is due to join the Eels next year after completing a Mormon mission, he doesn't have an ex-cyclone is in relation to Ricky Stuart leaving, but he does have one in relation to Stephen Kearney, the previous coach, who left 12 months ago, so technically he could still activate that clause and play for someone else. The fun and games far from over.Thanks very much. Let's cross now to Tigers legend and The Game Plan panellist Steve 'Blocker' Roache, what do you think?It was pretty bad before, they won the wooden spoon them as well. What sort of club puts a clause in the contract so the club can get out of it? Parramatta have only themselves to blame.The finals start tomorrow night with the Storm and the Rabbitohs, Inglis versus Slater, will that decide the outcome?It will go a long way to, both styles are very different, Rabbitohs try to mumble you in the middle of the park.On Saturday night how much are the Roosters going to miss Jared Waerea-Hargreaves?PSV go forward man, they all get on the back of him, he has had a great season but it was silly what he did last week -- he is there go forward man.Who is on the show tonight?Paul Gallen, Danny Buderus, Dave Williams, will he be howling this weekend? Also Jason Ryles, he is going to quit at the end of the year with the Melbourne Storm and go to the West Devils in Wollongong.Thanks very much. Make sure you tune into The Game Plan. Canterbury Trio Ben Barba, Frank Prichard and Greg Eastwood are racing the clock to play in Sunday 's elimination final against Newcastle. Des Hasler believes Prichard and Eastwood are unlikely to play and Barba will probably start on the bench if passed fit. There's a thing called adrenaline, that would get any player through anything in the semifinals.A boost for North Queensland with co captain Matt Scott confident a finger injury won't keep him out of Saturday 's elimination final against Cronulla. It's expected Adam Goodes's name will be on the Swans team sheet when the teams for the AFL semifinal are announced within the next hour. They are playing Carlton. The jewel Brownlow Medallist hasn't played since he hurt his knee back in round 13. Does he help us win? And his best he does, we have got to work how far away from his best he is.-- at his best. Jarrad McVeigh appears to have overcome a knee injury and Gary Rowan looks in doubt after struggling today in training. Great-grandmother Virginia Smith can take another achievement off her bucket list after attending baseball games for decades, she finally caught a foul ball.At last, I have carried this to every ball game I have ever gone to anywhere, and I finally got to be able to get one.Virginia has nine children, 16 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and now significantly one major league baseball. And, Sandra, she also has her very first Play of the Day. Takes the cake, I'm sure.I would think so.You could send her a telegram, let her know.Probably not.She might not get it. Who sends telegrams? An email maybe, I will tweet her.Thanks very much. Tim Bailey will tell us what to expect next this weekend, stick around.Live as always, from a studio with a view, and we throw in the weather as well. Looking forward to your company after the break.

Welcome back to Ten News, we are live from Sydney.You can see the cloud sneaking across the CBD, we are expecting a southerly change around 7pm. It is West Southwest at around 25 K pH at the moment. Look at the west, looking magnificent, the cloud billowing over the top. Some snow in Thredbo, Perisher, so the cold air coming tomorrow as a trough moves across western NSW, through central parts, into the East. It will bring some showers to NSW, dropping temperatures below average for the first time this spring. We will see temperatures of 18 in the greater west, and showers all over your day. It should clear on Saturday morning and we will get some blue sunny breaks on Saturday afternoon. Sunday will be a good-looking day as well before we get some real rain, and aren't we due some? As I said earlier, zero rainfall for September so far. Monday and Tuesday will help rectify that a bit with balls of maybe five to 10mm on both days. Getting ahead of myself a bit, though, fabulous Friday tomorrow, enjoy it, as we get a little chilly around the gills -- cold. Let's look at the satellite tonight.

around the gills -- cold. Let's
look at the satellite tonight.

look at the satellite tonight. Up
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we go there, a weakening cold front masses the cloud in the south-west and the cloud streams through. The map tomorrow looks suspiciously like what's on your television. A low in SA. The rainfall for the next 24 hours, predicted precipitation, trips and drops across rooftops and crops. Scattered falls and below-average temperatures for Victoria and NSW -- drips and drops. A good look around Australia tomorrow, it tells us that Cairns will be fine and mostly sunny.

A little late rain in Melbourne, 5-16. Sunny in Hobart, blue scars. 13. Morning rain then showers in Adelaide, the day will deteriorate for a drop of 18 -- blue skies. 20 degrees in Perth. -- a top of 18. NSW tomorrow, let's jump the fence into the best backyard in Australia. A few showers here and there. This trough really going to deliver more win to read conditions for once in spring rather than the better temperatures -- wintry. Let's get into the basin, and have a look at what we're doing. Be winds will be South south-west, 20 to 30 K pH. -- the winds. Sydney will be cloudy, isolated coastal showers, clearing early then isolated showers developing during the late afternoon and evening. Tops of 19. Let's look at the weekend. Rain at times on Saturday but sunshine in the afternoon. A little rain on Monday and Tuesday, 10 to 20mm we're hoping. There is a

little rain on Monday and Tuesday, 10 to 20mm we're hoping. There is a
change in the weather, you heard it here first, and we will see you again tomorrow night.Before we go, one of Australian television's favourite actresses has made the leap to the big screen in the latest Disney movie. But you will be hearing rather than seeing Jessica Marais in the role of a Qantas jet in the animated movie 'Planes'.Angela Bishop found out how she plans to keep her feet on the ground. They've done Tories, they've done cars, now there's a Disney movie about 'Planes' -- toys.It's a really heartfelt story with a really great message to keep trying, and not let what you see as your shortcomings hold you back. Former Australian TV star Jessica Marais joins Brad Garrett, Stacey, Teri Hatcher and John Cleese, all giving voice to the stars of the show.You are the snowplough, write?You could say that.And I am the ice.Yes!Her name is Rush L, and she is an Australian Qantas plane -- Rush L.She has a real tough go-getter attitude and her eye on the prize.Jessica has just finished playing legendary Sydney identity Carlotta for a television movie, as well as juggling her role in Magic city. Budgie is pleased to be in a movie she can show her 18-month-old daughter -- but she is pleased.Money is going to have a break now and it will be daddy's turned to work soon and money might have some time at home to watch 'Planes' over and over again while daddy goes out to bring home the bacon.'Planes' opens next week. That is Ten News for this Thursday, don't forget to join Hugh Rimmington tonight for the debut of 'Revealed' at 9:30pm. I Supertext Captions by

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THEME MUSIC

SCHOOL BELL RINGS

D'oh!

Arggh!
TYRES SCREECH

BEEP! BEEP!

SQUEAK!

(Whistles cheerfully)

Arggh!

(Whistles feebly) Oh!

(Continues attempts to whistle)

(Groans)

Oh, this doesn't look good, sir.

This man could sue us.

Yes. If he's smart,
he'll hold out for millions.

Whoo-hoo! I got skybox tickets.

And with only 20% loss
of my brain function.

Life is... (Slurs indecipherably)