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(generated from captions) players coming. There's a lot of factors that go into our motivation. This time of year you've had a long season, a big marathon. Now it's about taking the opportunities and we've learnt a lot of lessons throughout the season. Different adversities that you face through certain games. Wallabies captain James Horwill has been named to return from injury in this weekend's rugby championship Test against the Springboks at Newlands. The Brumbies outside centre will make his run on debut as the Wallabies aim to break their 21-year losing streak in Cape Town. Brumbies assistant Steven Larkham says he's prepared to take over as head coach of the rurp rugby club following Jake White's shock departure. White has been granted a release from the final two years of his contract. That's all the news for now. I'll be back in about half an hour when we'll take you live to the second Labor leadership debate. See you then.

As you rightly point out, the friendliness of these debates is certainly the things that set them out from other political debates we've witnessed in recent times. In fact, the spin from the Labor Party is very much that this has been very much a healing sort of process for the party in the wake of its big election loss? That's right. And both leaders, leadership contenders are trying to paint that picture as well, in these debates. Both men saying very kind things about each other in these debates and also in the lead-up to these debates but this is a part of a wider campaign for each of these men since the Labor Leadership became vacant. There were changes under Rudd when Kevin Rudd took back the Prime Ministership. The Labor members will have a vote and the Labor caucus will have a vote, and these debates are part of those campaigns by both men. Anthony Albanese has been travelling around, he has been to Sydney, Brisbane, they're in Melbourne, Bill Shorten was in Adelaide yesterday. He's also been in Melbourne and Sydney as well. Also trying to win over the party faithful. El we'll see more of that in this debate as they try to woo party voters.We're just about to hear from left winger Anthony Albanese and right winger Bill Shorten. We'll listen to that debate now from the Victorian Trades Hall Council.

(Background noise) We're just watching the scene there just watching the scene from the Victorian Trades Council, waiting for the second #4r50eders' debate for the r between #4r50eders' debate for between the two men vying for the federal leadership of the the federal leadership of Labor Party.

First of all, before I make a couple of very brief comments, I'd like to begin by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land the Waringari people and pay my respects to their elders part of the and present. The trades hall Council this afternoon are very pleased to put on this debate this afternoon. There's no secret that the union movement as the industrial wing of the Labor movement has been very busy and had itself tested for a number of years about