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This program is captioned live. Tonight, a Sydney family bashed and abused in a religious attack. Weeks away, Schapelle Corby edges closer to freedom. Weary firefighters take advantage of easing conditions in the Blue Mountains. The lucky twins who got to mingle with royalty. And the Kangaroos set to kick off their World Cup campaign. Good evening. Five people have been treated in hospital after being viciously bashed on a Bondi streak by a group of men hurling anti-Semitic abuse -- street. Three men have been charged, but tonight police are still searching for up to five others. The Behar family walking home from Sabbath dinner in North Bondi, minding their own business, oblivious to the horror that's about to unfold. It's alleged they were racially abused and assaulted by a group of eight men so badly, four people, including a 66-year-old man, were taken to hospital. There were lots of expletives involved and the word Jew, so it was very much squarely based on their Jewish identity. CCTV captured the violence spilling down Glenayr Avenue, bodies smashed against the windows of a kebab shop. A brawl so ugly, security guards from the nearby Beach Road Hotel, wearing yellow vests, raced down the street to intervene. A witness who doesn't want to be identified has told Channel Nine the elderly man was punched to the ground and kicked, while the woman, who tried to intervene was also pushed to the pavement. On the Jewish Sabbath, no religious leaders were available to speak today. But in cosmopolitan Bondi, home to a large Jewish population, locals were appalled. A lot of people that live in this area are actually migrants from South Africa who've escaped violence there. And to face that in Australia, such a wonderful country, is very concerning. Violence of this kind and in particular racist violence, anti-semitic violence is completely unnacceptable in our society. We should have zero tolerance. Three people were arrested at the scene. Police are reviewing CCTV as their investigations continue. Jayne Azzopardi is at St Vincent 's Hospital. What is the latest on the condition of the victims?Georgie, two of the men are still here at St Vincent 's, a man in his 20s, who has facial injuries, is likely to be released soon. But the 66-year-old man has severe head injuries and he's in a stable condition. Three people were charged with affray this afternoon, two are just 17, and they will face the children's Court tomorrow. Police are looking for five more people they believed were involved, and they want anybody who knows anything to get in touch. Schapelle Corby has spent almost a decade in a Bali jail, but now she could be released in just two weeks. Indonesia's chief lawmaker says he's waiting to sign off on her parole, the final hurdle in her bid for freedom. The latest video of Schapelle Corby, striking a pose outside a jail cell beside a giant butterfly. She looked happy and healthy, and for good reason. Her parole it is looking like a done deal. Indonesia's Justice Minister just needs to sign her application and she's a free woman. He's all but guaranteeing he will give the OK when it lands on his desk. TRANSLATION: The record of Schapelle Corby is good, and if a good person serves her sentence well, we have to give her rights. The Minister could sign off on her parole within the next two weeks, allowing her to leave prison and move in with her sister, Mercedes, in their town house, where she will have to serve out the remainder of her sentence, up to four years.She can receive parole as long as there is someone who guarantees her. I know the Australian embassy has guaranteed her behaviour, and I know other parties have also already given guarantees.He was the man that intervened in the case of the 14-year-old from the Central Coast caught buying marijuana. The minister ordered the boy be kept in an immigration centre rather than for the cameras. He knows he won't be popular anti- drugs campaigners in Jakarta, who claims that Schapelle Corby is getting preferential treatment. He's likely to be put before a powerful parliamentary committee and asked if local prisoners are being discriminated against compare to foreign inmates. But all the signs are that Schapelle Corby is on the final lap to freedom. Two people are in hospital after a high-speed crash near Marella in Sydney 's south-west. A Toyota landed on its roof, leaving the driver trapped when it collided with an oncoming car. Offices caught street races in the area around the same time, but they say this incident is not related. A dramatic drop in temperature and wild winds have given our weary firefighters some relief in the Blue Mountains. Crews took advantage of the easing conditions to carry out vital backburning on and get some well-deserved rest. They are a gift that keeps giving. Volunteers who refuse to give up. Into the 11th day, and signs that fatigue is taking its toll.Try to relax the muscles and help them out, they have a tough job.Not only for those on the front line, but for those whose lives are in ruins. Last night for residents of Winmalee, some old-fashioned support.My job is to make your journey from utter devastation to something approaching normality. Comfort somewhat overshadowed by government changes that make it tougher to access disaster relief payments.I think in these very difficult times people expect assistance and support from their governments.This is what you don't see, side-by-side, 100 beds. A base came -- a base camp for the men and women, a place to rest their heads.Relax, sleep it off, and get ready for another day.When disaster strikes, Doreen Peters has been feeding the troops for the last 40 years.I started off with three, two sons and a husband at the fires, I said I've got to feed them so I might as well feed everyone.Between them crews have clocked up hundreds of hours not only trying to fight the fire, but when they can backburn around these blazes. Many have been volunteers for decades, and say they are more than ready to pass the batten on. We're looking like dad 's Army, volunteer firefighters are getting old. You wouldn't send someone my age to a war.They still have a few days before firefighting danger returns on Tuesday. Our hospitals are under more pressure today with claims lives are being put at risk because of minimal staffing levels on weekends. A new study has found patients are more than 15% more likely to die if it admitted through an emergency department on the weekend rather than a week day. Illness doesn't work business hours. Heart attack, stroke, or a worsening cancer condition can happen any time. And now new research has revealed the day a patient is admitted to hospital may determine whether they live or die. The deadly weekend effect.Is it because care is somehow poor work? Or is it sicker people are turning up on the weekend? In fact it is both -- poorer.

We all know the very senior staff, the most experienced staff, particularly medical staff are not rostered on weekends. In that first hour, that is when lives are saved the most quickly.While the paper paints a grim picture of hospitals on the weekend, researchers say by no means does it suggest that patients should avoid coming in just because it is a Saturday or Sunday. And it is not just a problem in this state.This is a global story, if you repeated this study in any state you would find the same. When we compare our results to international research, the numbers are about the same.NSW Cup health says admissions and treatment on the weekends has improved since 2007, when the data was taken -- Health. A 7.3 Mike Lynch eight earthquake has struck the east coast of Japan, triggering tsunami is up to 47m -- 47cm high -- magnitude earthquake. It was the scene of untold tragedy and today demolition began on Sandy Hook. A fence has been put up around the site to deter souvenir hunters. A new school will be built, and is expected to open in three years. Tony Abbott has lashed new Labor leader Bill Shorten and taunting him to back a Coalition push to scrap the carbon tax. On the Yvonne 50 days as Prime Minister, Mr Abbott has urged Labor to let the legislation passed before Christmas -- on the Yvonne. Rallying the faithful on the Apple Isle, but it was sour grapes from the PM over Labor's continued support of a carbon price. If you can change your mind on your colleagues, you can change your mind on something of far more weight for the people of Australia. The Opposition's yet to back a Coalition bill, but it was another Bill in Mr Abbott's sights. Good ol' electricity Bill Shorten. Good ol' Electricity Bill, that's what people will be thinking every time their power bill comes in. They call it Bill Shock, Bill 'Shock' Shorten. But Mr Abbott saved his most colourful critique for an international audience. In an interview with the 'Washington Post', he describes the former Government as wacko, deeming Labor untrustworthy, incompetent, scandalous, grubby and embarrassing, a Government, he says, Australians are relieved to see the back of. Tony Abbott, who cares?Not that the PM had a monopoly on nicknames. I think we can make Tony Abbott 1-term Tony. The barbs flying too over Joe Hockey's move to bolster the Reserve Bank's reserve fund to the tune of almost $9 billion. Labor revealing then Treasurer Wayne Swan was advised against bankrolling the bank.I think the question for Joe Hockey is who advised him to borrow $9 billion, and why.

A day after confirming their split, Orlando Bloom has opened up about his marriage breakdown with Miranda Kerr. The newly single actor says he and the Australian supermodel are still on good terms. Orlando Bloom out on the New York streets today, getting on with single life, or trying to.

Please welcome Orlando Bloom. Also today he appeared on morning TV in New York. Great actor that he is, no sign of the dramatic change that was taking place in his life. Thank you for having me on the show.We love having you here. Noticeably gone, his wedding ring. And for a show which is always about family matters, obviously the hosts had been warned don't mention Miranda. Although talk of 2.5-year-old son Flynn was OK. I like to walk him in the countryside. Build camps. We were upstate the other day. Do you remember those helicopter leaves that when you were a kid. Can you imagine his face for the first time seeing that? Just perfect. Reports of rocky times in the 6-year relationship had been swirling for months. Miranda has spent a lot of time recently reworking her career in Australia after splitting with Victoria's Secret, while Orlando's been on the New York stage in a modern take on 'Romeo and Juliet'. A fire! Sparkling in love's eyes. I'm loving Broadway. This is my first time. The separation announcement reads like the predictable missives penned by eachother's PR reps, saying.

Miranda seems to be hinting at trouble even last April, saying then, as a couple that had been married just two years, they were trying to work through their challenges. -- seems to be. Thousands of race-goers have turned out at Melbourne's Moonee Valley to witness the winner of the Cox Plate right to glory. But today wasn't just about betting, it was also about dressing to impress -- ride to glory. For the racing purists and party animals the Moonee Valley track was the place to be. While there was no formal fashions on the field competition, the women and blokes, put their best feet forward. We don't even know each other, we just rolled up today an thought these guys look pretty suave, why don't we hang out with them. The headwear was bold, the frocks popped and accessories were creative with a floral touch.I might die, but that's OK, I will deal with it. Cut it off and I will still look pretty. Bright colours are the way to go with tangerine the most popular in the style stakes. The Cox Plate is the third richest race in Australia behind the Melbourne Cup. And around $10 million in bets are laid. But those who queued to withdraw cash, couldn't guarantee a return. Lost in the last race, so I think I will give up, might go look for fashions on the field.Sweet success could be just one race away. Coming up, the biological parents of Maria the gypsy girl finally found. Also, the best and brightest dogs protecting Sydney 's streets. And from one princess to another. Mary delights her smallest of fans.

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The mystery of the little girl found in a gypsy camp in Greece has finally been solved. DNA tests have proved a bold Aryan couple are the biological parents of the child, known only as Maria. -- Bulgarian. They are the ultimate weapon, sniffing out drugs and bombs and stopping criminals. Sydney 's police dogs are an integral arm of our force, and today some of the best and brightest got to show off their skills. Playful, tails wagging, ready for fun. Man's best friend. well, they're like a dog with a bone. Put through their paces at the Australasian Police Dog Trials at Campbelltown today, these dog cops are the best of the best. To actually determine who are the best general purpose and detection dogs in Australasia. 16 teams from around the country and New Zealand put their best paw forward. And they won plenty of hearts.Some of them even jumped onto real tall places. They chased all these baddies around.There was a puppy going in the tunnel. Skills such as agility, speed, vehicle searches, obedience and drug, gun and explosives detection were all put the test. We have awarded a trophy for the state that achieved the highest marks overall in general-purpose, and that went to New Zealand. The police dog unit is seen as key tool in crime fighting, crucial in crowd control and drug detection. Just last night this black lab was hard at work helping his handler identify anyone suspected of carrying drugs. I've done nothing wrong. And while their policing role is critical, for them it's simply all a game. She's married into royalty, but Princess Mary is still one of us. Today she met some of her littlest fans in Sydney. She and her husband, Prince Frederick, spent time with twins at the Children's Hospital before visiting a charity close to their hearts. If there's one thing Mary has shown, it's that she understands every little kid is a Prince or princess. You wore your tiara today?I wore it because she's a princess.It started with a visit to the Sydney Children's Hospital at Randwick, a place where hearts are regularly healed, but today it was about melting them. She's said thank you for the flowers.With Prince Frederik by her side, they were here to share a passion they know plenty about. Twins.Can you trick your teacher? Yeah.The mother of four including her own set of twins was in her element, a double dose of fun and a few handy tips from one mother to the next.Give them different coloured glasses.And with her own children back home in Denmark, what must have been a poignant moment for the pair. Then it was around the corner and another warm welcome. At the Randwick shopping centre, word had spread that a princess was in town. Her cute security presence keeping the crowds at bay. She was oozing Aussie charm.She clearly cares about people.How are you enjoying Australia?Great to be back.What about Frederick?So handsome and charming.Inside things talk on a more sombre note -- took on a more sombre note.I'm very proud to support the foundation's efforts to provide every Australian child with the basic human rights of a safe and happy childhood.A noble message from a princess who was also a mother at heart. The royal couple has timed their trip perfectly as Sydney enjoys a break from hot, windy conditions. Much cooler conditions, Sylvia?

from hot, windy conditions. Much
cooler conditions, Sylvia?It's been a mild Saturday afternoon across Sydney after what was a very chilly morning for most of NSW next to clear skies and light winds. We saw the temperatures go below zero in some locations. The coldest spot was in the north-west. Nine degrees below average. Canberra felt the chill at -1. In the Blue Mountains:

Blue skies will make way for showers next week. I will tell you how much rain we can expect later.

showers next week. I will tell you
how much rain we can expect later. Thank you very much. Sport is next.There's a big shock in racing today, a horse that had never won a race won the Cox Plate. Plus, ahead of a career defining summer, Michael Clarke reveals his plan for the Ashes. And why the Kangaroos are wary of trouble stricken This program is not captioned. The biggest of upsets in the Cox Plate, Shamus Award taking out the $3 million race at Moonee Valley. It's a Dundeel started favourite, but was never a threat as Shamus Award broke its maiden status in spectacular fashion. Plenty of intrigue prerace with It's a Dundeel vetted amid rumours of a mystery injury.Their security on the horse of course. One of those is a steward. But the favourite was eventually cleared to run. It was an outsider, though, who shot to the front at the top of the straight and never looked back.

Trained by Danny O'Brien, Shamus Award was only an emergency before the withdrawal of Atlantic Jewel. Jockey Chad Schofield a mere apprentice, his win delighted mum. Unbelievable. So, so exciting. I watched the beginning of the race and then I couldn't watch the end.

watched the beginning of the race
and then I couldn't watch the end. Shamus Award paying $22.60 ahead of Happy Trails and Fiorente. Earlier grand old gelding Precedence streaked clear in the famous colours of Bart Cummings.

Grandson and now training partner James left to lobby the chief handicapper for a start

James left to lobby the chief
handicapper for a start in the Melbourne Cup. handicapper for a start inSomeone should tell Greg Carpenter that if he did this horse a penalty, he will get a run in the Cup, and Bart will be there on Melbourne Cup date.Precedence a healthy $5.90 on the tote ahead of Shoreham and Gotta Take Care. -- day. Meanwhile in the Moonee Valley Vase, there was an eye towards another Spring feature, the Victoria Derby. Savvy Nature living up to its name for John O'Shea, as bookmakers quickly installing him new Derby favourite. Australia's captain Michael Clarke says he's concerned about the lack of cricket he will have under his heading into the Ashes. His injured back is on the mend, but he admits it has hardly been the ideal preparation for such an important series. Michael Clarke's back injury stood up to the test in a game of handball, but he's not kidding itself when it comes to the rigours of a five test Ashes series.My body is going well at this stage, I have been pencilled in for the second Sheffield Shield game against Victoria in two weeks. If all goes to plan I would love to play the first as well.The prospect of 14-day game doesn't sit well with Clark, who sat out the 1-day series in India to prepare for the summer. With under a month until the first test, time is running out.I need to play before the first test, I wouldn't feel comfortable going in underprepared. It is a massive series and I want to make sure I'm 100% fit.The 1-day squad isn't getting much game time either with another washout in India tonight. But for some it could be a blessing in disguise.We've been playing non-stop for the last seven or eight months, me especially, it has worked out that the rain has come along and certain times, even during the 1-day series for England, to freshen me up and a few other players.Still suffering jet lag, England were today given the toughest of it out and there wasn't a bat or ball insight.A lot of running today -- it outs. Sets of however long it was and do it again five times, not particularly pleasant.They begin their Ashes preparations with a 3-day game against a Western Australian 11 beginning tomorrow. A sellout crowd of 46,000 A-League fans are making their way into Allianz Stadium for tonight 's Sydney Derby. Rob Canning is one of them. Will Alessandro Del Piero play tonight? Know he won't, around 15 minutes ago Del Piero was ruled out of this match due to a calf injury sustained last week. It's a double blow for Sydney, though, not only will they missed their captain but their vice captain Brett Emerton will be out due to a back injury. Disappointment for the massive crowd arriving at Allianz Stadium, they are a passionate crowd. They love to hate each other. One thing is for certain, the atmosphere will be electric here.Indeed, it was a fitting farewell for new Socceroos coach and is Padraig gloom last night?That's right, in his final match in charge he scored a victory against the Brisbane Roar -- Ange Postecoglou. An emotional win for Postecoglou. He coached all of his staff and playing roster, and he was quite choked up in a postmatch interview -- he hoped. His next job is getting the Socceroos back on track. But tonight, perfect conditions for the ball.In Rugby league the The Kangaroos believe England could be even more dangerous after a week of turmoil in the lead up to tomorrow mornings World Cup opener. The hosts are sick of the scrutiny and the Aussies fear they'll take it out on them. A world class team taking their first steps in the world famous Millennium Stadium. The Kangaroos certainly looked impressive as they took to the field for one last run through. It's our first game as a group for a little while so we want to get out there and get through the fundamentals.The Aussies have had a drama free preparation the same can't be said for the English side. Forward Gareth Hock was sent home after breaking a booze ban and prop James Graham has been sensationally left off the team amid reports he was caught up in the same scandal. Not that coach Steve McNamara would confirm it. I'm not going to answer anymore questions on it, if you want to continue asking the questions we'll wrap up now.A few minutes that's exactly what he did. Is the subject of Gareth Hock off limits as well? Yeah, of course it is I gotta go anyway boys, the bus is leaving. See you tomorrow.The drama in Camp England can only be a good thing for the Australian team but when they run out here for the first game they won't be relying on their opponents weaknesses and are as bigger fight as ever.The only comment I'll make is that a embarrassed side is a dangerous side. The main aim is to make sure that our game is right. We need to do what we need to do. I do not expect anything from England except a test match.Holden's Craig Lowndes is the new V8 Supercars Championship leader after winning the first race of the Gold Coast 300 ahead of Shane Van Gisbergen and Mark Winterbottom. It was a horror day for Jamie Whincup who failed to finish on the destructive street circuit. The event that brings out the prankster in even the most professional drivers. The prerace party on the Gold Coast is always entertaining. Jamie Whincup played along but there was little to cheer about for the Championship leader. A penalty during qualifying forced him to the back of the pack. His Red Bull team-mate Craig Lowndes sitting pretty on pole. It didn't take long for the concrete jungle to claim its first victim. Paul Dumbrell in Whincup's number one car pushed Greg Murphy into the wall. It started an avalanche. Nissan pulled out all the stops to get back on the track. Brothers Will and Alex Davison collided. And the carnage just kept coming. Mirrors became disposable - avoiding the concrete walls just about impossible. In fact the safest place to be was in the air. Wings would have helped Holden's Fabian Coulthard avoid this. Lowndes led with 10 laps to go. Things weren't going so well for James Moffatt. Just finishing on this track is impressive - Lowndes did it first.You have the Leo the championship by nine points.Thank you very much. No need to do the same thing tomorrow.A major coup for the Tour Down Under, Cadel Evans will ride the event in January. Evans was announced as a confirmed starter today. It's his first appearance in Adelaide since winning the Tour de France in 2011. It is great to see him still supporting the local brand. In the news ahead, the iconic American sports team, that's headed to Australia. Also, the man who gave it all up to live like a hobbit. And the baby dolphin making a splash in Coffs Harbour. This program is not captioned. Australia, get into Coles
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This program is not captioned. To news just in, emergency crews are battling a house fire at Lilyfield in Sydney's inner-west. The blaze broke out just after 5pm and witnesses say they heard an explosion. Paramedics treated a woman for serious burns to her hands and face. She's been taken to Concord Hospital. We might be a cricketing nation, but next year, another attempt will be made to get Australians hooked on baseball when the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Arizona Diamondbacks at the SCG. The Dodgers are one of the greatest teams in American sporting history and as Robert Penfold reports, some of that history is alive and well at Dodger Stadium. In Los Angeles, it's not just called baseball. In this city its Dodger Baseball. The Dodgers are part and parcel of the fibre of the city and while the players do their bit on the field. Its the old heads upstairs who are the glue that've held it all together year after year. Let's start with former manager Tommy Lasorda. At 86 still employed as a selector. He's been a Dodger for 65 years and looking forward to them playing next year in Australia.I think the Aussies are going to love them and I think they're going to love the Aussies.Tommy managed the Dodgers to World Series wins and then took the American baseballers to a gold medal win at the Sydney Olympics. What is it about Dodger baseball that gets the whole city involved?Well this is what with our fans. We've drawn so many fans. When I was the manager, I was the manager first. We'd draw three million people. So we have the best fans in all of baseball.And it's not Dodger baseball without the voice.It's time for Dodger Baseball.There he is, up in the broadcast box just as he has been for the last, wait for it, 64 years. The man recognized as baseball's greatest commentator of all time Vin Scully Vin turned 85 this year. A homerun. His wife Sanda has the final say and thankfully last month Sandra gave him a leave pass for one more year and as tradition demands Vin appeared to deliver to the fans the good news from we.We've decided that we will come back with the Dodgers for next year.And as for retirement. Well it doesn't seem to matter as long as you are good at your jobs here at the Dodgers. And that brings us to the subject of a woman Nancy Bea. She sits up here high up in the stands amongst the reporters. Nancy Bea the Dodgers organist for the last quarter of a century. Baseball can sometimes be a bit like cricket and Nancy is there to fill in during the boring bits.I don't use music. It's all off the top of my head. So I play and then I watch to see how is the pitcher if he is done with his warm up because when he is done with his warm up that's when I have to quit. So you've got to time it right. Right. Well there are strange endings on all of my songs.And after a real turnaround 2013 season The Dodger boys have had plenty to celebrate although to Tommy Lasorda don't expect this during the Australian tour. For them it's all business.Well they can expect a team of class, dignity and character.A man in the US has taken his stressful life much further than fiction ever could. The 56-year-old was inspired by the book "Lord Of the Rings" and now lives like a hobbit. Denham Hitchcock went on a mission to find him. A man who hides from the modern world is a hard man to find but eventually the backwoods of Oregon would give up its secret.In the whole lived a hobbit. It was not a nasty hole. It was a hobbit hole. That means comfort.You are a hard man to find.It is cold out there.The good thing is doesn't take long to give the tour this is it - yeah and no fridge so no beer. It wasn't always this way, for most of his life Dan William Price fitted in like the rest of us, stressful job, large house, mortgage, wife and two kids but the call of the wild was always there and getting louder.I realised that a lot of people have all these things and buy all this stuff but I came to the conclusion they didn't have time to use all those toys they were buying. They were too busy working.Dan yearned for a more simple life and he finally read about it in a book that would later become a blockbuster movie. It is no bad thing to celebrate simple life. The Shire.In junior high I picked up the hobbit book as a kid and flipped out. I always wanted to live like a hobbit.At twom across, call it cosy or claustrophobic. Cleaning day doesn't take too long either - no, it's real simple. From the outside it's little more than a tiny doorway and there's not much else inside, barely room to lie down. No TV, no fridge, no furniture, no running water. Just a chopping block, a single burner and whole lot of time for one.I have a wonderful feeling of cosyness and a womb like feeling returning to the womb and I'm comfortable and safe and no-one is looking at me.The wife and kids weren't entirely on board, so mostly it's just Dan and the wilderness of Oregon. He's been here for 23 years. Turns out the simple life is also quite peaceful - I love living next to a river it has the white noise it calms you its great. There's a shower with a view. Let it heat up and take a little shower in here. Even a sauna. Nice and small keeping with hobbit lifestyle - yeah, I build everything compact. Has anyone ever asked, make it a little bigger? Yes, they do.Going small is also going cheap. $100 dollars a year to rent the land. $75 for the building materials. The few dollars he needs comes from his series of journals called the moonlight chronicles, part philosophy, part poetry and much of it a guide for hobos at heart.As always it was good to be out in the wild. No longer dreaming of pictures or those great movies you are missing, content to be a quiet observer and that alone being enough to satisfy your soul.When he does leave his personal shire he gets there. When he gets there. Like it or not, we judge a job by our jobs are material possessions. And this man has well and truly got past all of that. But what he lacks in creature comforts like a regular doorway, has more than being replaced by something else. Peace and quiet. In comparison it's hard to not see the rest of us as wasteful consumers, nine to fivers enslaved by technology and trashing the planet. Dan? He wants to save the world, one hobbit hole at a time. A less is more philosophy?I think that axiom is very true. Coffs Harbour Marine Park is celebrating the arrival of a baby bottlenose dolphin. The as-yet unnamed calf was born on Thursday. Weighing 10kg, he's already stealing the limelight from his pod and will be monitored over the next three months. Still to come, the day 's top stories. A Jewish family attacked on a bond a street. The row over claims Prince Charles compared becoming King, to a prison sentence. And a gorgeous day for Sydney - but is there a change on the way? -- Bondi.

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This program is not captioned. Now to our top stories. Three men have been charged, accused of viciously bashing a Jewish family as they walked home from Sabbath dinner. Freedom could be just two weeks away for Schapelle Corby with Indonesia's Justice Minister waiting to sign off on her parole. And Princess Mary and Prince Frederik have delighted their smallest fans at Sydney Children's Hospital. Buckingham Palace has gone into damage control over claims Prince Charles is dreading becoming king. Time Magazine revealed he fears it'll be like being in prison after the British heir gave a wide-ranging interview. For the next 80 years or more, the line of succession is secured. It was all smiles for the cameras at his christening but behind the cream of the next in line, there is a key grimace. A man whose wings will be clipped when he takes on a duty for which he has spent his whole life preparing. This is the conclusion of an article written by time magazine. Spending time with the Prince, they found a man who wanted to do as much as possible as this before he spent a lot of time doing this. Charles sees this as a keen to prison.The quote from someone in his household, and I did not say an aid, echoes something that a lot of people in the household had said. They said they are worried about how to utilise his time. The word prison was about talking about the loss of freedom of time. That was it.Prince Charles has spent more than 60 years carving out his own legacy as a. He would like it to continue for a while longer yet. Coming up, the weather.

a while longer yet. Coming up, the
weather. After our hottest September on average, Sydney is on set for a very dry October. So far we have only picked up 13mm and with only five days left in the month we are a long way off the monthly average of 77. We should see some showers develop tomorrow and they will stick around for days. But we are not expecting large falls. The coastal sea most of the rental. But the rainfall is not likely to exceed 10mm. The city is in for a week of mild temperatures, I will have the rest of

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This program is not captioned. Blue skies today provided the perfect backdrop for photographers at sculptures by the sea. The crowds at an early to capture their own images of the artwork. Some were more creative than others. It is remained mild through the afternoon an average in 80. It was 25 in Campbelltown. To troughs are generating rain and storms across the tropics and WA. A bridge of high pressure is causing stable conditions across NSW. It will dominate the weather for the rest of the week bringing mild temperatures and isolated showers. Brisbane will pick up a couple of showers, another cool start for Canberra and a top 21 the afternoon. A cool day in the south, a top of 18 for Adelaide, sunny in Perth. Across NSW we are expecting showers along most of coast tomorrow. Batemans Bay and bigger will drop to five degrees overnight, 22 Macs and Walker. Sydney will drop to 14 degrees overnight, a top of 23 tomorrow afternoon. It will be partly cloudy with showers in the morning and the evening. We are also being warned of powerful surf tomorrow to take care in the water. In the west, temperatures will be in the need to high 20s. 25 for Liverpool and Campbelltown. That will be building and a chance of isolated showers. Looking further ahead, in the city will have showers lingering until Tuesday. The capture will stay below 30 degrees. Showers should be lighter in the west, 31 maximum on Tuesday. A sunny top of 33 degrees for Friday and Saturday stop before we go, here is a quick look at what is happening on 60 minutes. The last great migration. Get ready for the most incredible event you will ever be. 2 million animals crossing the plains of Africa. Some of these animals make their living eating. That is tomorrow night at 8pm. And that is nine years for this Saturday. Thank you for being with us.

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ANNOUNCER: Please welcome your host,
Shelley Craft.

Hello, good evening and welcome to a shockingly good
episode of the show. Tonight in here is Fright Night so get ready for
a whole lot of thrills and chills, like this horror video. It's called
Paranormal Cabbage Activity. Kids, do not eat these greens! So, let's start the spooky stuff
with a haunted house-load of videos that are so good, they're scary.

Excuse me, I'm lost. Could you tell me
how to find the morgue? (GIRLS SCREAM)

Gordon Ramsay isn't the only person
who has kitchen nightmares.