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by Ai-MediaAn arsonist sets a fire man
at the front door of a 90-year-old frightening
man and his 80-year-old wife in a crackdown.
frightening attack.Justice arrest
crackdown. The plan for new laws to offenders.
arrest and monitor serious into
offenders.A Queensland river busts ignites
into flames after a Greens MP medal
ignites methane gasWe return a war years
medal to its rightful owner 54 can
years after it was stolen.How you with
can get into the property market with as little as $2500.

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It is Sunday, 24 April 2016. We are all feeling

guys.
all feeling very fresh, aren't we, weekend
guys. We are. Opens up a long your
weekendWe are delighted to be in pleasure
your company this morning. A the
pleasure to be with you. Lots in Good
the news. Let's get straight to it. Sydney's
Good morning. Let's again in year-old
Sydney's south-west where a 90- wife
year-old man and his 80-year-old ordeal
wife have woke to a frightening in
ordeal with their home set on fire Tim
in the middle of the night. Nine's Canley
Tim Davies joins us live from Talk
Canley Vale. Tim, a shocking attack. Well,
Talk us through what happened here that
Well, it was around 7:30 last night laying
that Margaret and Ivan Hogan were radio
laying in bed listening to the fire
radio when all of a sudden their she
fire alarm sounded. Margaret said mind
she jumped out of bed - keep in Ivan
mind she is 80 years of age and at
Ivan is 90. They headed for buckets Canley
at the back door of their home at Sydneyie
Canley Vale in Chancer Street in water
Sydneyie south-west. They through front
water on a blaze burning at their put
front door. Luckily they managed to greeted
put the flames out. They were then neighbours
greeted at the front door by the down
neighbours from a couple of doors and
down who also heard the fire alarm and raced to help. This morning the singed.
front door and the door frame is smell
singed. There is a very strong this
smell of petrol inside the front of here
this couple's home. They have lived have
here for 64 years and say that they whatsoever.
have never had any trouble one
whatsoever. Take a listen to what night.
one of the firies told us last to
night.The neighbours were alerted sounding
to the fire from the smoke alarm elderly
sounding within the house that the actions
elderly people lived in. Their the
actions at the front door enabled Understandably,
the people to get out. morning
Understandably, of course, this rather
morning Margaret and Ivan are no
rather shaken after this. They have like
no idea why they would be targeted like this. Police are treating

as
like this. Police are treating it been
as suspicious.Thank you. It has Australia's
been a horror long weekend on dying
Australia's roads with seven people country.
dying in crashing across the girl
country. In Victoria a 4-year-old Ballarat.
girl has died in a crash near people
Ballarat. It comes after three fatal
people were killed in a triple old
fatal near Dubbo in NSW. A 17-year- Mittagong.
old P plate driver was killed at struck
Mittagong. While a pedestrian was Australia
struck at Cardiff. In South her
Australia a woman was killed after Edwardstown.
her car struck a power pole at old
Edwardstown. Meanwhile, a 35-year- with
old woman is lucky to have escaped crashing
with only minor injuries after west.
crashing her car in Sydney's north- at
west. She lost control of her sedan late
at an intersection in Ermington pole,
late last night, smashing into a parked
pole, then into the back of a investigating
parked car. Police are were
investigating if speed or alcohol of
were a factor. The Australian dream become
of owning your own home will now issue
become a hotly contested election declaring
issue with the Turnbull government gearing
declaring reforms to negative count
gearing are off limits. The policy negative
count as Labor plans to remove properties
negative gearing on existing the
properties from next year, a scheme up
the Prime Minister says will drive in
up rents and discourage investment says
in the housing market. But Labor investors
says their policy will force boosting
investors into buying new homes, construction.
boosting local jobs and has
construction. A Queensland river politician's
has burst into flames during a seam
politician's protest against coal Buckingham
seam gas. Greens MP Jeremy bubbling
Buckingham ignited the gassy water River.
bubbling through the Condamine explosion
River. The force of the initial fall
explosion almost causeed him to Origin
fall out of the boat. However, methane
Origin Energy maintains the the not
methane bubbles in the river are reporter
not caused by CSG operations. Our story
reporter will have more on this Sweeping
story in the next half hour. system
Sweeping changes to the justice announced
system in Victoria are set to be of
announced to help honour the memory Let's
of murdered schoolgirl Masa Vukotic. Melanie
Let's go live now to reporter in
Melanie Slade at state Parliament changes.
in Melbourne. Take us through the offenders
changes. Well, once violent could
offenders are released to gaol they life
could be tracked lek tonically for be
life with ankle bracelets and could fews.
be also forced to submit to occur Victorian
fews. 9 sweeping review of the following
Victorian justice system was done found
following the death of Masa Vukotic, hands
found 49 times murdered at the was
hands of Sean Price who at the time

order.
was on bail and under a supervision have
order. A series of recommendations have been

Hold sex offenders for 72 hours enter
without charge. Police power to specialist
enter sex offenders home and a specialist response unit.

specialist response unit.
enter sex offenders home and a expected
specialist response unit. It is will
expected the Premier Daniel Andrews changes
will formally announce these today.
changes during a press conference girl
today.Thank you. A 15-year-old suspected
girl is fighting for life after a Groovin-the-moo
suspected drug overdose at the the
Groovin-the-moo music festival on was
the NSW north coast. The teenager yesterday
was found unconscious around 2:30 to
yesterday afternoon and was rushed A
to Newcastle's John Hunter Hospital. treated
A 17-year-old boy is also being 20-year-old
treated for a suspected overdose. A behind
20-year-old Perth man remains over
behind bars this morning charged old
over the death of his seven-month- remanded
old son. Dylan O'Meara has been when
remanded in custody until Wednesday, young
when he will apply for bail. The public
young man's family has asked the funeral,
public to help fund the baby's from
funeral, claiming the child died An
from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. broken
An elite par trooper suffered a stunt
broken leg after an Anzac aerial went
stunt at the Sydney Cricket Ground fans
went horribly wrong. Shocked AFL gust
fans thought the worst as a freak his
gust of wind suddenly took hold of towards
his parachute, sending him hurtling at
towards the ground. He was treated later
at the scene by paramedics and was condition.
later taken to open in a stable Obama
condition. US President Barack of
Obama has wrapped up the second day British
of his UK visit taking on his golf.
British counterpart in a spot of games
golf. But it wasn't all fun and a
games with President Obama copping to
a vocal backlash over his response visit
to Britain's future in the EU. A Theatre,
visit for the President to the Gobe since
Theatre, commemorating 40 years trip
since Shakespeare's death. This titled
trip to the UK could have been Europe."
titled "It's much a do about himself
Europe." But as he trod the boards audience
himself later in front of an was
audience of young people the script to
was much more nuanced when it came When
to Britain's place in the world. implore
When I speak to young people I reject
implore them and I implore you to I'm
reject those calls to pull back. notion
I'm here to ask to you reject the forces
notion that we are gripped by President's
forces that we can't control.The is
President's time in the White House his
is drug a close. He was asked what should
his legacy will be?Every person should have access to

healthcare
should have access to high quality That's
healthcare that they can afford. believe
That's something I'm proud of, I believe in.

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good.Leave campaigners will be Cameron
pleased to see him head off. David wished
Cameron though could hardly have even
wished for a better visit. He may thank
even let him win the golf as a thank you.OK.

Armenia
thank you.OK. George Clooney is in for
Armenia to present the Aurora Award first
for human tearian work. In the in
first year the award is presented in honour of the survivors of the century
Armenia massacre which happened a century goad. Clooney has been a

voice
century goad. Clooney has been a as
voice in recognising the killings figures
as genocideOur figure as public my
figures and as a son of a news man, years,
my father was a news man for 45 sometimes
years, is finding creative ways these
sometimes to always be able to keep At
these in the news and not forget it. a
At ward is said to be handed out in weekend
a ceremony today. It is a big over
weekend in spot. I will chuck it on some
over to youThank you. We will get after
some weather. That's coming up meant
after the break.It is too. I was is
meant to tell you that. The weather And
is coming up everyone, stay tuned. The
And the sport.Here is the sport. fiery
The fight back to down port nald a call
fiery clash. Plus a controversial home.
call keeps the Cowboys perfect at This program is not captioned. update
Here it is. Your first sports will
update of the morning in AFL, we stand
will lead things off. Geelong with against
stand their worst opening term notch
against Port Adelaide since 2002 to Adelaide
notch a 48-point victory at firing
Adelaide Oval. The Power came up first
firing and were up by 24 at the Patrick
first break before a late hit on in
Patrick Dangerfield sparked an all- intimidate
in brawl. But the aggression didn't of
intimidate Geelong. They kicked 15 with
of the final 18 goals to run away obviously
with the match.The players respond
obviously felt like they needed to happened.
respond to something that had was
happened. But the important part focus
was moving on and having the right were
focus to start the game. Because we So
were four goals down at the time. about
So we didn't need to get angry The
about it. We needed to be clinical. for
The Western Bulldogs were too good lifting
for Brisbane. 53 point victory the
lifting them back into second on Recruit
the ladder but it came at a cost. next
Recruit Matt Suckling in doubt for reconstructed
next week after damaging his Kangaroos
reconstructed right knee. Ouch! start
Kangaroos maintained their unbeaten victory
start to the year with a 38 point Cowboys
victory over Gold Coast. NRL. The 16
Cowboys claimed a controversial 32- maintain
16 win over nooels Townsville to home
maintain their perfect record at with
home for the year. Leading 16-14 Corey
with 15 minutes to go, Parramatta's obstruction.
Corey Norman as sin binned for North
obstruction. It opened the door for capitalised
North Queensland and they scoring
capitalised on the opportunity, scoring three

time.
scoring three tries before full- demanding
time. Eels coach Brad Arthur the
demanding a formal explanation for what
the decision.We just need ask him going
what the ruling is and if it is have
going to happen continually. I'd haven't
have to have another look at it. I bin
haven't seen many of them go to the bin this year, that's all.

is
bin this year, that's all.Pressure Jason
is piling on Wests Tigers coach destroyed
Jason Taylor after his side were Raiders.
destroyed 60 points to 6 by the Rapana
Raiders. Canberra winger Jordan the
Rapana with four four-pointers in Reynolds
the one-sided challenge. Josh extra
Reynolds nailed a 30m field goal in Heartbreak.
extra time to beat the Titans 21-20. Waratahs
Heartbreak. Super Rugby, the 49-13
Waratahs got their groove back in a produced
49-13 win over Western Force. NSW their
produced a late surge to record West
their highest total against the winger
West Australians in Perth. Star his
winger Israel Folau also etching his name in the

crossing
his name in the record books, become
crossing for his 30th career try to scorer.
become the club's all-time leading Hunt's
scorer. Elsewhere, Karmichael help
Hunt's first try of 2016 didn't Stormers.
help Queensland get past the Cape
Stormers. The Reds falling 40-22 in through
Cape Town. Manchester United are 2-1
through to the FA Cup final after a Martial
2-1 victory over Everton. Anthony injury
Martial stepping up deep into blow.
injury time to deliver the winning Manchester
blow. In the English Premier League, team
Manchester City became the third Stoke
team in a row to put four past came
Stoke in a 4-40 route. Newcastle 2-2
came from two goals down to have a had
2-2 draw with liverer pool. Chelsea season
had the first two goals of the overborne
season in a 4-1 demolition job took
overborne mouth. Valentino Rossi MotoGP
took pole position at the Spanish 2005.
MotoGP since the first time since Jorge
2005. He stunned Mark Marquez and the
Jorge Lorenzo to top qualifying at Rossi's
the home event. The pole was that
Rossi's 52nd in his career. Isn't great
that good stuff, AmeliaThat is Let's
great stuff. Thank you very much. your
Let's look at what is happening for possible
your weather on Sunday. Brisbane a degrees.
possible shower or two today. 27 A
degrees. Showers in Sydney as well. A high of 23 there. A cloudy day on Mostly
the way for Canberra. 22 is the top. degrees.
Mostly sunny in Melbourne, 21 degrees. In Adelaide,

degrees. In Adelaide,
Mostly sunny in Melbourne, 21 Perth,
degrees. In Adelaide, sunshine 24. A
Perth, expecting possible showers. A top of

A top of
Perth, expecting possible showers. in
A top of 27 and a mostly sunny day in Darwin, 36 degrees. Pete.

in Darwin, 36 degrees. Pete.
A top of 27 and a mostly sunny day up,
in Darwin, 36 degrees. Pete.Coming with
up, how you can invest in property coming
with as little as $2500. That's advice
coming up. Plus, we get expert healthy
advice on how to keep your family senior
healthy this flu season. Up next, a image
senior aid declares Donald Trump's see
image will soon change and we will controversial
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Welcome back. Good morning, Sydney. today.
A shower of two. Clearing for you Trump
today. A top of 23 degrees.Donald to
Trump and Hillary Clinton went home using
to New York and both had big wins dominating
using Trump, rather, using his opportunity.
dominating victory as an case
opportunity. Trump has made his denied
case that the only way he will be if
denied the Republican nomination is bring
if the game is rigged. So, let's Professor
bring in our global affairs expert an
Professor Joseph Siracusa. That's Trump.
an interesting summery there from that,
Trump. What do you reckon about Pete,
that, Joe?Well, some of the States, Caucuses
Pete, have unusual formulas for delegates
Caucuses and primaries. The vote.
delegates don't have to follow the the
vote. Even though Trump might win delegates.
the vote he might not win the play
delegates. He doesn't know how to a
play the game because Ted Cruz did away
a good deal to take some of that 69%
away from him. It is said Trump is about
69% favoured to win and Hillary is their
about 94%. So they are both well on and
their way to becoming who they are convince
and at the same time they have to very
convince everybody that they are case
very competent and likeable. In the shows
case of Hillary, social research regard
shows that a lot of voters don't competent,
regard women as likeable and And
competent, it is one or the other. trying
And in Trump's case, I know he is this
trying to change his image but just reported
this week The New York Times that
reported he tweeted off his phone Bill
that if Hillary couldn't satisfy American
Bill how can she satisfy the as
American Republic. He is as dirty going
as he ever was. I kept saying it is touch
going to be a dirty campaign.You one
touch odd that, twaechlt because projecting
one of his aides declared Trump is soon
projecting an image and we will Are
soon see a different side of him. death
Are you expecting there to be more No,
death in t trump in the weeks ahead. been
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been consistently the same guy for comment
30 years. He had a wonderful wouldn't
comment the other day. He said "I if
wouldn't be running for President care
if we had a good President. I don't Republican"
care if it is a Democrat or difference,
Republican" so he doesn't know the just
difference, for God's sake. He is think
just running for President. I don't The
think he expected to get the job. for
The job pays $400,000 a year which to
for him is peanuts.Let's move on one.
to Hillary Clinton. She had a big comfortably
one. She was always going to be getting
comfortably going get that. Is it Sanders
getting to the point where Bernie leave
Sanders has to say "Let's just defeated
leave it to Hillary."Hillary has Bernie
defeated this guy thoroughly but pocket
Bernie has $25 million in his the
pocket and he can hang around until until
the third or third week in July He
until the convention takes place. has
He is commanding the agenda, she In
has to move to the left with him. Sanders's
In fact, as a result of Bernie kritism
Sanders's complaints about her to
kritism Hillary had to die herself really
to Barack Obama's hip. She is election
really Barack Obama's third wear
election campaign so she has to herself
wear that but she has to make herself more likeable.

social
herself more likeable. As I said, is
social psychology research says she couple
is unlikable. Somebody said a of
couple of weeks ago that at the end Trump
of the day, if it was Hillary and instead
Trump it is who America likes least Because
instead of who they like best. folks.
Because they are not very likeable Hillary
folks. But I think in the case of around.
Hillary she can probably turn it some
around. Americans, do they have elected
some kerb that if one Clinton is because
elected then they get two of them Yes.
because Bill will alwaysly be there. line,
Yes. I mean, that was Bill's famous two."
line, "You vote for me you get Bill
two." Yes, you are going to have White
Bill Clinton walking around in the is
White House in his white socks. It guy
is hard to contemplate what this She
guy is going to do with himself. But
She will give him some things to do. Commander
But she will also be a very good things
Commander in chief. One of the Bill
things that separates Hillary from military,
Bill is that she knows about the about
military, she knows a great deal she
about what they are capable of and chief.
she would be a better Commander in Officer.
chief. Her dad was a Naval Petty military
Officer. She has cultivated the Secretary
military in her time in office as understood
Secretary of State. Bill nooefr understand
understood the military. She options.
understand the military is good for things
options. One of the interesting race
things we have coming, we have a probably
race where the Republican will accurate
probably be a dove and the dec years
accurate for the first time in 40 at
years will be Hawks. We will look divide
at that kind of foreign policy great
divide as we go along.As always, to
great to talk to you. We will chat the
to you next week. We will see what what
the week ahead evolves. We will see indeed.
what happens.Interesting times in
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Good morning. Welcome back to the

year-old
show. A 90-year-old man and his 80- targets
year-old wife have become the attack
targets of a frightening arson overnight.
attack in Sydneyie south-west who
overnight. The Canley Vale couple more
who have lived at their home for 7:30
more than 60 years were woken up at Screaming.
7:30 by their smoke alarm. and
Screaming. And I jumped out of bed was
and my whole front door, everything said
was alight there. A blaze. And I fire."
said to the hubby "Quick, quick, smoke
fire."The pair was treated for are
smoke inhalation and shock. Police suspicious.
are treating the blaze as a
suspicious. A man allegedly riding life
a stolen motorbike is fighting for shocking
life this morning following a rider
shocking crash in Melbourne. The car
rider ploughed into the side of a west
car at Melton South in the city's knocked
west around 9:00 last night. He was hospital
knocked unconscious and rushed to investigating.
hospital by helicopter. Police are have
investigating. Emergency Services dance
have been kept busy at an all night 9,000
dance party attended by more than revellers
9,000 people in Sydney. 18 young event
revellers at the midnight maf yeah with
event at Olympic park were found to
with drugs. Two of them were taken than
to hospital. Police charged more offences.
than a dozen people with various spectacularly
offences. A Queensland river has during
spectacularly burst into flames protest
during a politician's emotional Nine's
protest against coal seam gas. now
Nine's Emily Prain joins us live was
now with the details. The Greens MP certainly
was out to prove a point.He fiery
certainly was. He made a fairly the
fiery one at that. It happened on Queensland.
the Condamine River in south-west home
Queensland. That's an area that is operations.
home to several coal seam gas Buckingham
operations. Greens MP Jeremy himself
Buckingham released a vision of above
himself sparking a kitchen lighter into
above the river before it erupted next.
into flames. A few things happened exchanged
next. A few swear words were erupted
exchanged but then the river of
erupted into flames and the force him
of the gas explosion almost blasted the
him from the boat. The river held me
the flame for almost an hour. The were
me than gaze seeps in the river appeared
were first reported in 2012 investigations.
appeared they sparked a series of calling
investigations. Mr Buckingham is Murray-Darling
calling this a tragedy in the several
Murray-Darling basin and is holding responsible,
several people and groups operations.
responsible, including the CSG catastrophe
operations.It's an absolute the
catastrophe brought to Australia by and
the dirty frackers and the Liberal Party
and National Party and the Liberal this
Party for that matter who support is
this toxic industry.Origin Energy assures
is monitoring the gas bubbling and environment
assures there is no risk to the for
environment or public safety. As more
for the video, it has been shared more than 50,000 times on Facebook thank
and has more than 1.7 views. Into Sydney's
thank you. A suspicious fire in evacuation
Sydney's south overnight forced the from
evacuation of dozens of residents fire
from a unit block at Ramsgate. The basement
fire broke out at the unit's destroying
basement car park just after 4am, another.
destroying one car and damaging major
another. The blaze also caused water
major damage to the building's and
water and sewerage sus sometimes A
and is being treated as suspicious. south-west
A house was sdroired with fire property
south-west of Adelaide. The authorities
property was well alight when last
authorities arrived just after 9:30 it
last night. Despite best efforts, Pictures
it was too late to save the home. charred
Pictures from inside show the Thankfully
charred remains of the lounge room. injured
Thankfully no residents were ners
injured in the blaze. Holiday-make warned
ners WA's south-west are being sharks
warned to be on the look-out for school
sharks this long weekend. A large increase
school of salmon is prompting an Augusta,
increase in shark activity around Augusta, Margaret

Dunsborough.
Augusta, Margaret River and are
Dunsborough. Swimmers an surfers water
are urged to stay alert and avoid of
water when there is a large school made
of fish in the area. St Francis Peter's
made a special guest narps St appearing
Peter's Square. The Pontiff confession
appearing in person to hear boys
confession with 16 young girls and Unaffected
boys who were visiting the Vatican. the
Unaffected by his celebrity status, priests
the Pope joined 150 Catholic spending
priests gathered in the square from
spending more than an hour hearing Pope
from the teenagers. He is really a were
Pope of the people.I feel like if would
were you confessing to the Pope You
would you hold back a bit.Probably. would.
You would leave a few things out. I all
would.You can't share it. It is point
all in the vaultIsn't that the cleanse.
point of seeing the Pope, fully tell
cleanse.Possibly is. Just don't of
tell mum and dad.Thank you. A bit overcame
of sport starting with AFL. Geelong Adelaide
overcame a sluggish start Pete Port had
Adelaide by 48 points. The Power by
had all the momentum early, leading all-in
by 24 after the first term. But an sparked
all-in brawl following the siren Patrick
sparked the Cats into action. turn-around
Patrick Dangerfield leading the the
turn-around as Geelong dominated classed
the crash. Western Bulldogs out- Etihad.
classed Brisbane by 53 points at majors
Etihad. Jake Stringer with three points,
majors as the Dogs kicked 120 season.
points, their highest score of the fifth
season. The Roosters claimed their victory
fifth win in a row where a 38-point their
victory over Gold Coast. It is 2005.
their best start to a year since and
2005. That wasn't good though. NRL, Parramatta's
and a 65th minute sin fwoin North
Parramatta's Corey Norman helped Parramatta
North Queensland beat the Eels. second
Parramatta led by two late in the to
second half before Norman was sent Morgan.
to the bin for holding Michael Cowboys
Morgan. While he was off the claim
Cowboys ran away with the match to Canberra
claim a 32-16 win. Earlier, 6
Canberra monstered Wests Tigers 60- try
6 in the nation's capital. A fur- condemning
try perform France Jordan Rapana sixth
condemning the Tigers to their Israel
sixth straight loss. Super Rugby, all-time
Israel Folau became the Waratahs their
all-time leading try-scorer in Force.
their 49-13 win over the Western franchise
Force. Folau, who joined the 30th
franchise in 2013, crossed for his record.
30th career try to overtake lock's lock
record.I looked up to the go like part
lock lock. No, it is great to be great
part of something so great for a now
great club.A good player. The Tahs with
now travel to Cape Town for a date Queensland
with the Stormers who, defeated the Queensland Reds overnight 40-22.

Tennis,
Queensland Reds overnight 40-22. start
Tennis, Rafael Nadal continued his advancing
start to the clay court season final
advancing in straight sets to the eased
final of the Barcelona Open. Nadal 6-3,
eased part the German tennis player, his
6-3, 6-3. I don't know,pronounce equalling
his name. To move one win away from titles.
equalling the record for clay court Nishikori
titles. He will have to defeat Kei win
Nishikori for his 49th tournament also
win on clay after the Japanese ace What
also advanced in straight sets. have
What is that name again. Into I super-fit
have no idea. Coming up today, the generations
super-fit Kenny family. Three numerous
generations have all competed in on
numerous life-saving Championships the
on the Sunshine Coast and now Jet, out
the youngest, is attempting to take father
out the Championship to join his that's
father and grandfather's title. Yes, More
that's a good one. Fit men too. here
More on that story in 30 years but forecast
here is your Sunday weather Pete.
forecast with Amelia. Thank you what
Pete. Doing well. Let's look at A
what is happening in Brisbane today. degrees.
A possible shower for you, 27 degrees. In

degrees. In Sydney,
A possible shower for you, 27 a
degrees. In Sydney, showers as well, in
a top of 23. A bit of cloud about heading
in the nation's capital. Canberra knee
heading for 22 today. Mostly sun snien
knee Melbourne. 21 degrees. Sun possible
snien Adelaide, 24. Perth expecting Mostly
possible showers, a top of 27. 36
Mostly sunny in the Top End. Darwin 36 degrees.

36 degrees.
Mostly sunny in the Top End. Darwin up
36 degrees. Pete.Thank you. Coming treatment
up next, the break-through Alzheimer's
treatment bringing new hope for raceway
Alzheimer's patients. Plus, from raceway to runway. The motocross

champion
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today.Thank you, Pete. Well, a Caulfield
world first drug trial at the been
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been achieving amazing flults are
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are seeing significant improvements, their
giving those patients and of course Hay
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Hay joins us now to discuss. Sam, affects
good morning. Into good morning. It the
affects a lot of people. Is this waiting
the break-through we have been Alzheimer's
waiting for.It very well could be. Alzheimer's is the disease where older.
the biggest risk factor is getting population
older. As we have an ageing more
population we will see more and is
more people with Alzheimer's. This as
is a new drug. Melbourne was chosen trial
as the first place in the world to honour
trial it, which is a fantastic really
honour for them, and this drug does,
really shows great promise. What it receptor
does, it targets a particular stops
receptor on some brain cells that the
stops proteins from building up in the cells. Because that's one of Alzheimer's.
the major underlying issues with amazing
Alzheimer's.What results are have
amazing so far in this trialThey that
have seen some fantastic results in really
that the people on the trial had a There
really big increase in function. to
There was one lady that went back played
to playing the piano. She had years
played it for something like 50 years and had not had the function of
to be able to do that for a couple painting.
of years. Another lady went back to very,
painting. So the researchers are And
very, very excited about this one. sounds
And getting their lives back by the on,
sounds of itVery much so.Moving of
on, this week a video has emerged cracking
of a popular Melbourne chiropractor baby.
cracking the back of a four-day-old baby. A lot of doctors have

out
baby. A lot of doctors have come treatment.
out condemning the khiro's confronting.
treatment. The vision is pretty What
confronting. It is a tiny baby. Sam.
What do you make of it all drshgs when
Sam.I was absolutely horrified literally
when I watched that video. I expletives.
literally shouted out a couple of step.
expletives. Let's take it back a

and
step. There are physiotherapyists treatment
and chiropractors. In general the is
treatment they are trying to proid I
is musculo skeletal rehabilitation. whether
I want people to find someone, owe
whether this be a chiropractor, fis provide
owe or something else that is going medicine
provide good evidence-based medicine for them. That is

look
medicine for them. That is going to will
look at underlying imbalances. It massage
will provide therapy which might be giving
massage and Mobil icing joints but to
giving you strength ending exercise is
to fix that. What the controversy are
is about with chiropractors, there all
are a subset of chiropractors, not and
all of them, but think by whacking fix
and cracking your spine they can falling
fix everything, from your hair falling out, to reflux,

alcoholism,
falling out, to reflux, to swear
alcoholism, everything.Some people problem,
swear do it.Some people do. The chiropractors,
problem, this subset of money,
chiropractors, they are taking mur effect,
money, playing on the placebo get
effect, that these conditions will earth
get better in the period of time. I evidence-based
earth people out there to look at back
evidence-based medicine. If we go evidence-base
back to babies, there is no fix
evidence-base for this. You cannot dangerous.
fix reflux or cholic and it is at
dangerous. If people want to look is
at that video, as I said before, it the
is horrifying.It is scaryWatching the stress put on the baby's back paediatric
is terrible.I took my baby to a changed
paediatric physio and it really different
changed his life but that is a Completely
different thing, assistant tea? Physiotherapist
Completely different. going
Physiotherapist as a group are angle
going to come from a different angle and it is going to

evidence-based
angle and it is going to be soft
evidence-based treatments using stretching
soft massage or exercises or limits
stretching that are well within the Good
limits of what a baby can handle. Good advice.

some
Good advice. Finally today, for just
some asthmatics current treatments have
just don't work. Now US researchers for
have uncovered an alternative cause can
for that condition. They say they are
can explain why some medications potentially
are failing, which is good news for sufferers.
potentially a lot of Australian discovered.
sufferers. What have they of
discovered.They took a whole bunch hyperresponsiveness,
of mice that have an airway hyperresponsiveness, which is one found
of the issues with asthma, they that
found a particular protein, NPY1, So
that there is in abundant numbers. can
So if we can find some drugs that protein
can reduce the amount of this we
protein it can be another ang thael anyone
we can tackle asthma.It can hit Is
anyone at any age and stage asthma. if
Is there any way to know the cause of
if you are suffering. OnFor a lot allergic
of people it is some sort of pollen,
allergic trigger - cigarette smokes, food
pollen, grazs, particular food, f
food additives. For a lot of people will
f they can avoid those things they an
will their asthma symptoms. Seeing testing
an aler gift who can do skin prick Great
testing and can target that for you. you.
Great to get your insight. Thank indeed.
you.Have a great Anzac Day.Yes, come,
indeed. Happy long weekendStill to Vukotic
come, murdered schoolgirl Masa of
Vukotic inspires a major shake-up the
of Victoria's justice system. All news
the details coming up in our next Also
news bulletin coming up shortly. kids
Also ahead, how to know if your education.
kids are on track with their early live
education. And next we will cross Championships
live to the Aussie Surf Life Saving generations
Championships and talk to three That's
generations of the Kenny family.

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Well, they would surely have to be Australia
one of the fittest families in long
Australia and the Kenny men have a Surf
long and distinguished history in first
Surf Life Saving. Hayden won the back
first ever Ironman Championship Ironman
back in 1966. Grant is a four-time the
Ironman champion. Just young Jet is vision
the new up and comer.Great old have
vision this. Week Grant and Jet Australian
have been competing at the on
Australian lifesaving Championships Hayden
on the beautiful Sunshine Coast and son
Hayden has been cheering both his pleasure
son and grandson on. We have the Kenny
pleasure to be joined by all three Good
Kenny men. Good morning to you. you,
Good morning all.Grant, first to the
you, last time the Aussies were at fresh-faced
the Sunshine Coast you were a young, managed
fresh-faced 16-year-old and you and
managed to take out both the Open feeling
and the Junior Ironman. Are you Into
feeling a bit of nostalgia today. asked
Into yes, it is funny. I have been last
asked that question a lot over the have
last week. I think maybe because I have been so busy sort of that had
feeling hasn't come back. But we there
had a function here last night and the
there is a big picture upstairs in March
the surf club which was thaen day back.
March 18. It brought the memory get
back. A lot of finals today will finals
get off. By the time the Ironman have
finals are on this afternoon I will that
have some pretty close memories of in
that day. Hayden, as we mentioned first
in that introduction, you won the Obviously
first ever Ironman Championships. strong.
Obviously the Kenny genes are very is
strong. How proud are you that it the
is still going strong?Well, that's it.
the - I don't know, the thing about 50
it. Last night was a function for years
50 years and I sit back and go 50 yesterday.
years ago I remember it as plain as But
yesterday. Coolangatta that day. you
But then it was the first one. Saw Then
you thought "That's just an event." has
Then you look at it today and it inspiration
has become a major event. Of course, people
inspiration for a lot of young forms,
people who want to win it. In all the
forms, like in the under-ages. But win
the Open is the one. Anyone who can best
win the open, it is certainly the Saving.
best all-rounder in Surf Life that
Saving.It is a community. Jet, how Ironman
that is been for you having two bit
Ironman legends in the family. A bad.
bit intimidating.It is into the whole
bad. I have grown up in surf my them
whole life. I don't know, having pretty
them teach me how it is done is good
pretty good. Yes, no, it is just under
good being in the sport from I was Probably
under 8s when I first started. Jamie
Probably earlier with Morgan and was
Jamie started. Since I was born I is
was down the beach. Keep going. It for
is one of those sports you can do uphold.
for ever.You have a fine tra doigs feel
uphold.It gets harder.You must following
feel some pressure you are grandfather
following your father and at
grandfather into it. Do you kneel sort
at all or do you shrug it off.No, it
sort of growing up I sort of felt point
it a bit but it just got to that about
point where I don't really think the
about it all stuff. They both did back
the Ironman stuff. I took a step not
back from that this year, decided focussed
not to do swimming and just will
focussed on the craft events. I a
will have a go at it one year. Not from
a lot of pressure, not is something is
from me.I was going say pressure yourself.
is something you typically put on As
yourself. We don't talk about it. As a father I know how talented Jet was
is but at the end of the day that wanted
was he wants to do and this year he and
wanted to focus on the craft events Surf
and he is doing fantastic in that. Even
Surf is such a difficult thing. Even when you are best prepare and you
and maybe you are best on the day, medal
you may not come out with the gold are
medal because of the conditions you image
are thrown.We are looking at the They
image of the three chaps together. and
They gradually get bigger, bigger, Hayden,
and bigger. Jet, you are a big man. the
Hayden, first of all, just describe Kenny
the strength of the genes for the you
Kenny family. How pleased you are, this
you are responsible for that as levels.
this sport continues to move to new At
levels.Yes, it is very encouraging. many
At the gathering last night how there.
many iron men and iron women were people
there.20-odd.20-odd. To see those room
people gathered together in one they
room is pretty inspiring. Because kids
they are role models to a lot of are
kids that we don't even know today go
are thinking about it and we will a
go on to follow them. I think it is to,
a good thing for kids to as expire the
to, to "Let's go and have a go at proper
the Ironman." As long as they get properly,
proper coaching and research it for
properly, yes, it is very rewarding involved
for me, anyway, having been -
involved with T we brought to back team
- I was in an Australian lifesaving were
team that toured USA in 1965. We Immediately
were introduced to the event then. attention.
Immediately it grabbed our attention. Barry Rogers

Marrobra
attention. Barry Rogers from workhorses
Marrobra and myself were the to
workhorses of that team so we got California.
to participate it or contest it in California. Then we have come back supportive
to manage it. Our coach was very forward.
supportive and they pushed it as
forward.It is a great discipline Hayden,
as well for young men and women. tradition
Hayden, you have created a fine Grant
tradition there have champions. best
Grant and Jet, we wish you all the was
best for the week ahead.Yes.There wife
was another participant. That's my here.
wife and the mother and grandmother married
here. My wife Fay, we have been sending
married for 54 years. I hope we are And
sending a bit of - yes, it is good. whole
And I know nana, she commands the wires
whole entourage. Don't get your just
wires crossed and think I do. I else
just take orders like everybody said.
elseAs it should be.Exactly.Well not
said.As it should be, I agree. I'm chaps.
not responsible.Thanks very much, guys.
chaps.Good to chat to you.Thanks and
guys. Enjoy your day at the office and we will go to our office now doing
and try and make outYes, you are Maroochydore
doing it tough out there.Beautiful. Coming
Maroochydore beach.Strongest men. to
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straight
Welcome back to Today. Let's get begin
straight into the news for you. We morning
begin in Sydney's south-west this his
morning where a 90-year-old man and frightening
his 80-year-old wife have woke to a set
frightening ordeal with their home night.
set on fire in the middle of the live
night. Nine's Tim Davies joins us ago
live from Canley Vale. Tim, a shock It
ago tack. How is the couple doing? that
It certainly is. You can understand after
that you would be a little shaken morning.
after an event like this this the
morning. Let me introduce you to the home-owners at Canley Vale.

This
the home-owners at Canley Vale. Hogan.
This is Margaret and sichlt van morning.
Hogan. How are you feeling this the
morning. Still shaken.When I seen believe
the flames of the house I couldn't of
believe it. This happened.As a bit in
of background, you were both laying you
in bet around 7:30 last night and happened.
you heard your fire alarm. What absolutely
happened.Yes, the fire alarm absolutely went mad and I said to jumped
the hubby "That's a fire" and I door,
jumped out of bed, and the front a
door, the flames were high.I heard "It
a loud noise before that. She said to
"It is a fire, fire"So you managed to get buckets of water and you got out.
to the door and you put the fire helped
out. Your neighbours also came and absolutely
helped you.Yes, our neighbours was bucket
absolutely terrific. We got a fire
bucket of water and put a bit of back
fire out and then we were rushing neighbour
back to get more. By then our gall
neighbour had come. They helped us everything.
gall or to put it all out and someone
everything.Can you understand why lived
someone might target you. You have You
lived in this home for 64 years. do
You have never had any trouble. Why you?
do you think someone did this to really
you?I don't think that anybody Unless
really around here has done this. They
Unless they wanted to get rid of us. die
They want to buy our house. We will to
die here. I used to say "You want Yes.
to sell your house", I say "No." are
Yes. We will never sell out, yesWe morning.
are hope you are both OK this for
morning. It was a terrible thing night.
for you both to go through last treating
night. I can tell you police are Thank
treating this blaze as suspicious. thank
Thank you for the update. A big story
thank you to them for sharing their been
story with us this morning.It has Australia's
been a horror long weekend on road
Australia's roads with the national This
road toll now climb to go eight. firie
This morning a person was dmild a Victoria
firie crash in Queensland. In in
Victoria a 4-year-old girl has died three
in a crash near Ballarat N NSW triple
three people were killed in a old
triple fatal near Dubbo. A 17-year- Mittagong.
old P plate driver was killed at struck
Mittagong. While a pedestrian was Australia,
struck at Cardiff. In South her
Australia, a woman was killed after Edwardstown.
her car struck a power pole at old
Edwardstown. Meanwhile, a 35-year- with
old woman is lucky to have escaped crashing
with only minor injuries after west.
crashing her car in Sydney's north- at
west. She lost control of her sedan late
at an intersection in Ermington pole,
late last night, smashing into a parked
pole, then into the back of a investigating
parked car. Police are were
investigating if speed or alcohol Federal
were factors.Thank you, Pete. The security
Federal government has held ahead
security talks with Turkish firms at
ahead of the Anzac Day Dawn Service at Gallipoli.

is
at Gallipoli. Nine's Seb Costello good
is there and joins us live. Seb, always
good morning to you. Security is focus
always an issue. Why the increased focus this year?

is
focus this year?Good morning. It here
is due to the recent terror attacks months.
here in Turkey over the past few Cove,
months. What that means at Anzac ramping
Cove, organisers say they are preparation
ramping up security measures in Service.
preparation for Monday's Dawn used,
Service. X-ray machined will be In
used, bag checks for every visitors. veterans
In addition, the Minister for arrived
veterans affairs Dan Tihan who morning
arrived at the battlefields this Turkish
morning held a meeting with the discussed
Turkish Governor where they involved.
discussed the safety of all understand
involved.He reassured knee they happens
understand the importance of what New
happens here both for Australia, and
New Zealand and on the Turkish side can
and they have done everything they safe.
can to make sure everyone will be enthusiasm
safe.But that has not dampened the special
enthusiasm for what is a truly special event.

everywhere
special event. Aussies are A
everywhere all over the peninsula. stroll
A couple of hours ago I took a cemetery.
stroll around the Lone Pine around
cemetery. There were visitors from Turkish
around the country. They had a toast
Turkish wine and they were making a service
toast to the brave Australian battle
service men who fought here on the reflected.
battle at glips. The Ode was formalities
reflected. Lone Pine the wreath
formalities will begin with a hours
wreath laying ser meanieSpecial 24 all
hours ahead. You will keep across An
all the developments on Nine News. system
An overhaul of Victoria's justice the
system is set to be announced in schoolgirl
the wake of the brutal murder of live
schoolgirl Masa Vukotic. Let's go at
live now to reporter Melanie Slade How
at Melbourne's State Parliament. How has Masa's family reacted to the proposed changes?

have
the proposed changes?Masa's family mother
have welcomed the changes. Her these
mother says she would like to see other
these changes implemented so no sort
other family has to suffer the same schoolgirl
sort of heartache and loss. The east
schoolgirl was killed in Doncaster year.
east of Melbourne in March last the
year. She was murdered by a man by he
the name of Sean Price. At the time order.
he was on bail with a supervision state
order. Following her death the review
state government ordered a sweeping was
review of the justice system. That Court
was headed by a former Supreme The
Court judge and a panel of experts. and
The review has now been completed handed
and the recommendations have been monitoring
handed down. They include strict or monitored
monitoring to parole people can be bracelet.
monitored for life with an ankle power
bracelet. Police could have the hours
power to hold sex offenders for 72 hours without charge.

hours without charge.
power to hold sex offenders for 72 breaches
hours without charge. Anyone who 12
breaches a supervision could face new
12 is no gaol. There are call for a mother
new specialist response mother. The mother says if these changes

implemented
mother says if these changes are daughter's
implemented it will mean her Gold
daughter's degree see lives on A his
Gold Coast man has made a video of technical
his love of fishing with a new not
technical knee. It uses a drone to Check
not only find fish but cap them to. fishing
Check it out.It is a kind of fly before.
fishing like you have never seen drone
before. No boat. No worries. This up
drone is their eye in the sky. Way finds
up beyond the breaking waves, it drone
finds the fish. Attached to the The
drone is a fishing line with a bait. back
The line is also attached to a rod job?
back on the beach.What is your just
job?Just hold on to the rod and into
just make sure the line doesn't go go
into the water, less drag.Got to the
go out, send the bait out, look for right
the fish, drop the bait down to the moment
right level.The kril calendar bait.
moment is when the fish takes the the
bait. They had to find a way for line
the drone to release the fishing dragged
line so the drone didn't get that's
dragged down into the water.Well, different
that's the thing. We test a few ones
different bands. Finally fund thin when
ones that snap at the right time so when the fish takes you it lawns it
the drone and it sets the hook and fisherman,
it is still able to snapAs a frustrating
fisherman, there is nothing more fish
frustrating knowing there is big them
fish out there but you can't get to them because you don't have a boat.

With
them because you don't have a boat. partnership
With these, not only are we able to are,
partnership point where the fish bait
are, we have the ability to drop a drones
bait among them. That makes these history
drones the biggest changes in the almost
history of fish will.You always Especially
almost sorry for the fish. of
Especially this big fellowAif lot drone
of mates who be super interested in filming
drone punishing. They will be I
filming awesome photos.It is cool. fun
I feel like it will take a bit of You
fun out of it. When you go troling. fish.
You want to follow the schools of three
fish. I got my first rod when I was poisonous
three years old.I used to catch That's
poisonous puffer fish in Cairns. catch
That's all I could get.I would catch shark.

know
catch shark.Wobbegong.I don't careful
know what it was.You have to be out
careful when finishing in WA.I'm with
out of my league. Sport starting worst
with AFL. Geelong withstood their Adelaide
worst opening term against Port point
Adelaide since 2002 to notch a 48 Power
point victory at Adelaide Oval. The by
Power came out firing and were up late
by 24 at the first break before a sparked
late hoit Patrick Dangerfield aggression
sparked an all-in brawl. But the Geelong.
aggression did not intimidate final
Geelong. They kicked 15 of the match.
final 18 goals to run away with the like
match.The players obviously felt something
like they needed to respond to the
something that had happened. But and
the important part was moving on and having the right focus to start goals
the game. Because we were four didn't
goals down at the time. So we needed
didn't need get angry about it. We Bulldogs
needed to be clinical.Western 53
Bulldogs were too good for Brisbane. into
53 point victory lifting them back it
into second spot on the ladder but Suckling
it came at a cost. Recruit Matt after
Suckling in doubt for next week right
after damaging his reconstructed maintained
right knee. And the Kangaroos the
maintained their unbeaten start to over
the year with a 38-point victory Cowboys
over Gold Coast. NRL, and the 382-16
Cowboys claimed a controversial last
382-16 win over Eels in Townsville perfect
last night to maintain their season.
perfect record at home for the minutes
season. Leading 16-14 with 15 Norman
minutes to go, Parramatta's Corey obstruction.
Norman as sin binned for for
obstruction. That opened the door capitalised
for North Queensland and they scoring
capitalised duly on the opportunity, time.
scoring three tries before full- demanding
time. Eels coach Brad Arthur the
demanding a formal explanation for him
the decision.I just need to ask going
him what the ruling is and if it is have
going to happen continually. I'd haven't
have to have another look at it. I bin
haven't seen many of them go to the is
bin this year, that's all.Pressure Jason
is mounting on Wests Tigers coach thrashed
Jason Taylor after his side was Canberra
thrashed 60-6 by the Raiders. four
Canberra winger Jordan Rapana with route.
four four-pointers in the one-sided nailed
route. The Bulldogs Josh Reynolds time,
nailed a 30m field goal in extra Titans
time, breaking the hearts of the Rugby,
Titans to wrap it up 21-20. Super groove
Rugby, and the Waratahs got their Western
groove back in a 49-13 win over surge
Western Force. NSW produced a late against
surge to record their highest total Perth.
against the West Australians in also
Perth. Star winger Israel Folau recordbooks,
also etching his name in the career
recordbooks, crossing for his 30th time
career try to become the Tahs all- Karmichael
time leading scorer. Elsewhere, did
Karmichael Hunt's first try of 2016 the
did not help Queensland get past 22
the Stormers. The Reds falling 40- through
22 in Cape Town. Manchester United, been
through to the FA Cup final. It has victory
been a long time. After a 2-1 Martial,
victory over Everton. Anthony stepping
Martial, the French striker deliver
stepping up deep into entry time to EPL,
deliver the knock-out blow. In the third
EPL, Manchester City became the past
third team in a role to nail four came
past Stoke in a 4-0 Vic. Newcastle 2-2
came from two goals down to salvage see
2-2 draw against Liverpool. Chess two
see welcome's Eden Hazards first defeat
two goals of the see snon a 4-1 it
defeat of Bournemouth. For Hazards Nice
it has all come a bit too late. Today,
Nice strike though. Comes up on World
Today, the live reunion of a stolen veteran's
World War II medal and the here
veteran's family. Right now though, Thank
here is the weather with Amelia. happening
Thank you, Pete. Here is what is Sunday.
happening around the country this

Sunday.
happening around the country this for
Sunday. Brisbane a possible shower showers
for you today. 27 degrees. Some go
showers in Sydney as well. Head to with
go 23. A cloudy day in Canberra in
with a top of 22 degrees. Top open few
in Melbourne you are looking at a showers,
few showers, head to go 21. Hobart showers, 20 degrees. Adelaide there.
showers as well. 24 is the top cloudy.
there. Over to our west, partly knee
cloudy. 27 degrees. And mostly sun knee Darwin. 36 degrees.

knee Darwin. 36 degrees.
cloudy. 27 degrees. And mostly sun many
knee Darwin. 36 degrees. Well, for entering
many the great Australian dream of seem
entering the property market may some
seem impossible. But we have found with
some ways to get into the market and
with just a few thousand dollars from
and here to talk us through is bake Review'.
from 'The Australian Financial morning.
Review'. Good morning, Phil.Good true
morning.This sounds too good to be $2.5
true - getting into the market for That's
$2.5 grand. How can do you it. get
That's right. You obviously don't sort
get to live in the property noor property
sort of money but you become a scheme
property investor. It is based on a Over
scheme that is like crowd funding. have
Over the past few years businesses them
have done this. Banks have charged almost
them too much money so they have "Will
almost gone to the public and said like
"Will you fund our business? Do you something
like this idea? We have done something different? Would you like

that
something different? Would you like have
that partake?". That is idea. You part
have $2500. You can say "I will be part of this'. Someone else might 100,000.
have 10,000, someone might have group
100,000. You join forces with a either
group of peechlt together you property
either own the unit, commercial issued
property or house and you get sort
issued like shares in the whole managed
sort of property deal. A bit like a meant
managed fund. The idea is you are those
meant to be able to buy and sell do
those units you own just like you that
do on the share market.Given it is that sort of similar concept, what Well,
sort of return could you expect? of
Well, you can expect the same sort goes
of return if the property market property
goes up, you will win. If the lose.
property market goes down you will wachlt
lose. It is a bit like snars that that
wachlt the only problem I have with shares
that sort of deal, when you buy they
shares you can actually see what every
they are worth on the exchange every single day. If you buy BHP the
shares they go up and down. With house
the scheme you have shares in this whatever
house or commercial property or everybody
whatever you have bought with move
everybody else. Not sure if they get
move up and down if people want to your
get out. If you want to get rid of need
your $2500, how do you get out. You need someone to come in and take your place otherwise the value of benefit
the units will fall. Then you can hasn't
benefit even if the property market younger
hasn't done much at all. IntoThe harder
younger generation are finding it people
harder to get into the market, means
people like myself in my 30s. Which grandparents,
means the older generation, guarantor.
grandparents, are having to go involves.
guarantor. What are the risk hard
involves.This is happening. It is It
hard to get the deposit together. father,
It seems like a great idea. The their
father, mother or grandparents see great
their children doing well. Got a married
great job. Perhaps they are getting together
married and the two of them this
together should be able to repay guarantee
this debt so "Yes, I can go wrong,
guarantee for that." What can go they
wrong, they might lose the job, have
they might separate as a couple, sudden
have to sell the property. All of a and
sudden a few things could go wrong thinking
and you would be in your 60s corner
thinking retirement is around the the
corner and you are on the hook for it
the money because the debt is there, guarantee
it has to be repaid. If you go job
guarantee and your child loses his actually
job or something happens you yourselves.
actually have to end up paying for let's
yourselves. It can work out and risks
let's hope it does, but there are yourself
risks involved and you can find does.
yourself on the hook.Let's hope it watching.
does. Thanks, dad, if you are don't
watching. First-time home buyers Getting
don't always have a large deposit. an
Getting that money together can be around
an absolute killer. How do you get called
around that.There is a product You
called Lender's Mortgage Insurance. is
You are right, getting that deposit are
is hard and difficult. The banks They
are a little striker these days. What
They want you to have 20% deposit. have
What you found the property and you money
have 18%.It is such a whack of 17%
moneyAbsolutely. If you have 18 or say
17% of the deposit, the bank might You
say "How do you get that deposit. a
You saved it. That's good. You have That's
a gift from your money and dad. the
That's not so good. The value of it
the property you are buying is good, heard
it is a good property, have you Mortgage
heard of LMI." It is Lender bank.
Mortgage Insurance. This is for the insurance.
bank. It protects them, like other the
insurance. You pay for it. You are organise
the borrower. You pay for it. They you
organise it. How much they charge you depends on how the make-up of have
the deposit is, is it all money you fee
have saved. There can be a one-off depending
fee of maybe $1,000, lessor more way
depending on what they say. It is a having
way of getting the loan without If
having the fun amount of dedeposit. the
If you don't for some reason repay and
the loan the lender has insurance Makes
and it protects them, not you. challenge
Makes sense. Great advice. Huge Australians.
challenge for so many young for
Australians. Thank you very much you.
for coming in this morning.Thank friend
you. Veteran Nine reporter and our decades
friend Mark Burrows has spent three Australia
decades covering news around Australia and the world.

have
Embassy officials here now say they unaccounted
have concerned for 59 Australians unaccounted for in Thailand.We and
have been watching rescue workers Believe
and they have just told us to leave. alert
Believe it or not, another tsunami engineers
alert has been issued.If the can
engineers miss an ie D this is what Christopher
can happen.It is almost certain returning
Christopher Skase won't be soon,
returning to Australia any time will
soon, if at all.The Navy says it the
will be ready for an all-out war as Hoges
the ships sail towards the golf bleeding
Hoges suffered a small amount of surface
bleeding from a blood vessel on the take
surface of the brain.The lobby can economic
take some credit but it makes some Burrows,
economic sense to ban smokingMark a
Burrows, national Nine News.It is From
a tad nostalgic here at the moment. Corby,
From Christopher Skase to Schapelle delivered
Corby, his trusted voice has stories
delivered some of the biggest years.
stories to our lounge rooms for 30 been
years. Mark joins us now. It has you.
been a privilege to work alongside It
you.Thank you, very kind of you. is
It must have gone by like that.It newsroom
is strange. They said in the get
newsroom last week "We are going to Which
get you a cake and celebrate." quickly
Which we all enjoyed.It happened blifrpg
quickly T has happened in the this
blifrpg of an eye. I started doing Tassie.
this about 36 years ago down in thought
Tassie. It was a part-time job. I couple
thought "I will do this for a job."
couple of months and get a real for
job." Here I am now still looking love.
for a real job. But it is what I I'm
love. I still love doing it. And that
I'm fortunate to be able to say not
that I think I get up every morning You
not knowing what I'm going to do. about,
You guys know what that is all Some
about, and where I'm going to be. still
Some people would hate that but I both
still like that.Pete and I have of
both had the honour, the privilege stories
of working on some of those big stories with you around the world. mentor
You have really become, as well, a newsroom,
mentor to so many of us in the there.
newsroom, which is like a family up have
there.Thanks.It is a role you love
have embraced.Of course. Yes, I lucky
love helping. I was helped. I was jurnos
lucky in Hobart I had two wonderful Moffat,
jurnos who help me, Henry Gout, Tom had
Moffat, they were lovely. Then I looked
had guys in Melbourne who can don't
looked after me and wro say "No, don't do that do this." You are you
lucky when you have people who give Sydney
you a hand. When I came up to me.
Sydney I had senior reporters help you
me. It was a natural thing. Once me
you start to get it, it has taken start
me 36 years to get it, but once you fun
start to get all that it is good industry
fun helping people.Whereas the since
industry come from, particularly of
since you started. There is a lot going
of concerns about where it might be a
going into the future. Do you have started
a viewpoint on that?Well, I shoot
started in the early days, we would the
shoot film. But in a lot of ways It
the technology, yes, it has changed. in
It is incredible what we dock now quarter
in the newsroom. Sometimes it is "Quick,
quarter past 5 and someone will say edit
"Quick, we need you to write and couldn't
edit the story'. 30 years ago you impossible.
couldn't do that, it was physically changed.
impossible. So everything has Newsroom
changed. When I worked in the Nine Pastcoe,
Newsroom in 1986, we had Michael female
Pastcoe, Liz Hayes, we had two blokes
female reporters. About eight Two
blokes in navy with all red ties. Nearly
Two women in the production desk. now
Nearly all men. Our production desk of
now is exclusively wechlt our Chief majority
of Staff is women. I think the newsroom
majority of reporters in the incredible.
newsroom are women. They are are
incredible. They are smart, they that's
are fast, they are hard-working and have
that's the big difference that I dominated
have noticed, not being this male- really
dominated workplace. The women have great.
really just taken over and it is of
great.We are pretty amazing. Some ones
of your biggest and best yarns, the with
ones that have rel really stuck when
with you?They are the ones where, guess
when you first hear about it, I took
guess one of the biggest ones, it was
took a while to get there but it got
was 1997. I was bed in London and I the
got a phone call from someone in morning.
the office. It was 2:00 in the this TV,
morning. I was told to turn on the hear
TV, I think Diana has died. I could I
hear the party in the back ground. I put the joke down. I thought she put
was joking.She said doouf it.I TV
put the phone down and turned the started.
TV on. I saw the coverage getting dressed
started. I was slowly getting you
dressed and said to my wife "See for
you in a week." I didn't come home story.
for a week. It was a consuming Watching
story. I it went on for so long. through,
Watching what the Brits went the
through, it was incredible. I guess than
the story that has consumed me more at
than any other, which I didn't know to
at the time, was going up to Bali spent
to do the first Bali bombing. I going
spent probably close to 12 years intensive
going up there on a pretty bombing.
intensive basis. We did Bali established
bombing. We were lucky, we there.
established a great contacts up cameraman
there. We have a producer and would
cameraman up there. I thought I will
would do the Bali bombing and that Schapelle
will be it. No way, we had Nine
Schapelle Corby, we had the Bali Nine and the terror attacks up has
there. That section of my career not
has been very consuming too.It is to
not the end. You would still like come.
to think there is a lot more to another
come.I think I will give it still
another 2020.Robert Penfold is ready
still going strong.Is the world You
ready for an 80-year-old reporter. have
You have a master script writer. We lessons
have all learned from you. Life appreciate
lessons too on the road. We lucky
appreciate it.Channel Nine is about
lucky to have you here, no doubt them.
about that.Quick, duck up and tell Sunday,
them.Good to have you here on a right.
Sunday, too.It is a bit early.All come
right. Good stuff. Well, still to new
come from motocross to modelling, a Supercross
new career for an Australian expert
Supercross champion. Into plus, your
expert advice on how to protect season.
your children from illness this flu stolen
season. And next, a war medal be
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Well, it's 8.30, good morning, Adelaide
first to breaking news out of hunt
Adelaide where police are on the They
hunt for the men seen in this CCTV. raid
They are wanted over a brazen ram- overnight.
raid at a hotel in Maylands to
overnight. The bandits used a car glass
to smash their way through the Phillip
glass doors on the premises at cigarette
Phillip Street making off with a top
cigarette machine they hurled on remain
top of the vehicle. The offenders man
remain on the run. A 90-year-old been
man and his 80-year-old wife have and
been treated for smoke inhalation their
and shock after an arson attack at overnight
their home in Sydney's southwest who
overnight l. The Canley Vale couple than
who lived at the property for more smoke
than 60 years were woken by their deep!
smoke alarm.Screaming, you know, front
deep! I jumped out of bed. My whole there,
front door, everything was alight Hub
there, oh ablaze. And I said to the must
Hub yik "Quick, quick fire"They it
must have poured the petrol, poured or
it out there then put a match to it off.
or something like that then took off. Why? Why?

is
off. Why? Why?Police say the blaze stolen
is suspicious. A man allegedly on a life
stolen motorbike is fighting for shocking
life this morning following a rider
shocking crash in Melbourne. The car
rider ploughed into the side of a West
car at Melton South in the city's knocked
West around 9:00 last night. He was to
knocked unconscious and was rushed Queensland
to hospital by helicopter. A burst
Queensland river has spectacularery politician's
burst into flames during a against
politician's emotional protest joins
against coal seam gas. Emily Prain out
joins us live. The Greens MP was out to prove a point.

Greens's
out to prove a point.He was, the conned
Greens's MP took a trip to the Queensland,
conned mine river located in coal
Queensland, the home of several Buckham
coal seam gas operations. Jeremy sparking
Buckham released vision of him the
sparking a kitchen lighter above flames,
the river before it exploded into from
flames, it almost blasted the PM to
from his boat. The flames continued seams
to burn for an hour, methane gas mine
seams have been found in the conned subject
mine river four years ago and tragedy
subject to investigations this is a and
tragedy in the Murray Darling Basin responsible
and holding several groups companies.
responsible including the local CSG brought
companies.It's a catastrophe frackers,
brought to Australia by the dirty Party
frackers, Liberal and National support
Party and the Labor Party who Energy
support this toxic industry.Origin the
Energy says it has been monitoring assures
the gas bubbling for some time and environment
assures there are no risks to the thank
environment or public safety.Emily, up
thank you. A new unit has been put drug
up to manage AFL players batting panel
drug abuse, News Corp reports the using
panel will assess whether players to
using illicit substances have links use.
to mental health or recreational hair
use. The introduction of compulsory information
hair testing has armed medicos with footballers
information to identify at-risk government
footballers ofThe Turnbull negative
government has officially placed in
negative gearing reforms off limits key
in the budget make home ownership a election,
key battle ground in the next national
election, joining us is News Corp's Maiden,
national political issue Samantha announce
Maiden, the Prime Minister will response
announce the budget policy in What
response to the Labor proposal. Prime
What will be in the detail?.The Scott
Prime Minister and the treasurer to
Scott Morrison will be getting up off
to say negative gearing reforms is at
off limits. They looked seriously on
at this and looked at a crackdown tax
on wealthy investors that would cap tax concessions. The decision not the
to do anything in this place means Coalition
the gloves are off between the The
Coalition and the Liberal Party. this
The Prime Minister is going to say the
this is about your family home that the Labor reforms will drive down and
the value of existing properties and would put rents up. So I think ground
this is going to be a big battle to
ground in the election.I was going election
to ask you do you think the negative
election will be fought over be
negative gearing?I think it will be fought on two main issues,

reform,
be fought on two main issues, tax the
reform, we will hear a lot about thresholds
the issue they wants to move income for
thresholds to address tax relief will
for income earners, the tax relief about
will be small. It will also be who
about the family home and people market.
who want to enter the housing Labor's
market. They may be attracted to would
Labor's policy which they argue prices
would put downward pressure in Melbourne,
prices particularly in Sydney and market.
Melbourne, very hard to enter the we
market. There may be people who say point
we prefer the other policy.As you a
point out in today's column it was took
a decade ago the Prime Minister negative
took the other argument telling us property
negative gearing was creating a pursuits
property bubble and skewing wealth does
pursuits away from housing. How asked
does he counter that?He will be answer,
asked that question, he has an softening
answer, he argues the market is particularly
softening in some eastern states the
particularly Sydney. How would be on
the wrong time to drop this policy already
on the real estate market which is gearing
already pretty nervous, negative years,
gearing is a sacred cow in many never
years, people thought we would scare
never touch TLabor says it's a senior
scare campaign pointing out some proposal.
senior economists have backed the shorten's
proposal. How much weight is in down
shorten's defence?It will come convince,
down whether Malcolm Turnbull can Australia
convince, if you like voters of reasonable
Australia they should have Shorten's
reasonable doubt that Bill value
Shorten's policies could faebt the Australians
value of the home. 67% of bigger
Australians own their house, a much entering
bigger class, even the investors people
entering the market. Those are the targeting.
people Malcolm Turnbull is photograph
targeting. You have a lovely a
photograph of the Prime Minister in the
a Rose Bay basher shop, he wasn't the only one in the shop. What is adorable
the story behind it?There is an adorable little boy in the The
photograph which looks fantastic. The photo was taken by somebody on my
the shop by Twitter, I love taking lady's
my boys to the basher, unlike and
lady's hairdressers, you walk in in
and walk out. It's fantastic.Tonne a
in 10 minutes. Does the PM why with becomes
a short back and sides?This basher Prime
becomes fantastic, I think the Prime Minister has been butchered some
in Rose Bay occasionally, vi seen some hair cuts that look bad. It's butchered
a winner, I don't think that's been Is
butchered in Rose Bay. This is good. understand
Is this the local for the PM?As I Rose
understand it he always goes to the Let's
Rose Bay basher to get his haircut. Yes.
Let's hope this one is a good one. Absolutely.
Yes.An election haircut. pleasure
Absolutely. Sam Maiden, always a To
pleasure talking to you.Thank you. 90th
To mark the queen celebrating her There
90th birthday, Natalia carry on. this
There will be good hair cuts in getting
this one.Share this one.We are royal
getting a rare insight into the of
royal photo album. This selection number
of rare family snapshots span a previously
number of decades and show case life
previously unseen glimpses of royal driving
life including Prince Charles watches
driving his toy car, Princess Anne Elizabeth
watches on, a jovial Queen Prince
Elizabeth and a baby Prince, that's mother's
Prince Charles mystified by his going
mother's camera. The s world is photos
going cray cray over George and the pretty
photos of him. Prince Charles was got
pretty cute in his day.They have robe
got nothing on that George in the morning
robe shot.I read a report this the
morning that said something along looking
the lines George being the best What
looking out of all the royal babies. along?
What about Charlotte, she has come he.
along?George is coming along isn't I
he.I can't wait to hear him talk, voice
I have an idea he will have a deep of
voice princely to havy accent out There
of this tiny cute cheeked baby Natalia.
There you go.Mummy.Thank you with
Natalia. A splash of sport starting sluggish
with the AFL Geelong over came a Adelaide,
sluggish start to beat Port momentum
Adelaide, had he had all the term
momentum leading by 24 in the first Cats
term an all-in brawl sparked the Dangerfield
Cats dmoo action, Patrick as
Dangerfield leading the turn around Western
as Geelong dominated the clash, the Brisbane
Western Bulldogs outclassed Stringer
Brisbane by 53 points, Jake claimed
Stringer three majors. The Roos 38
claimed their fif nth a row with a Coast.
38 point victory over the Gold year
Coast. It is their best start to a minute
year since 2005. NRL, the 6th Corey
minute sin bin to Parramatta's Queensland
Corey Norman helped North Parramatta
Queensland beat the Eels. second
Parramatta led by two late in the to
second half before Norman was sent Morgan.
to the bin for holding Michael Cowboys
Morgan. While he was off. The claim
Cowboys ran away with the match to ran
claim a 32-16 win. Earlier Canberra Wests
ran away with that match against Nation's
Wests tigers literally 60-6 in the try
Nation's Capital. Too good. A four- condemning
try performer from Jordan Rapana sixth
condemning the tigers to their Israel
sixth straight loss. Super Rugby, all-time
Israel follow became the Waratahs win
all-time leading try-scorer in the who
win over the Western Force, Folau crossed
who joined the franchise in 2013 over
crossed for his 30th career try to look
over take Lote Tuqiri's record: I part
look up to Lote, it's great to be great
part of something so great for a Israel
great club. He's a wonderful player, Cape
Israel Folau. The Tahs travel to Stormers
Cape Town for a date with the Queensland
Stormers who defeated the Tennis,
Queensland Reds overnight 40-22. flawless
Tennis, Rafael Nadal continued his campaign
flawless start to the claycourt sets
campaign advance nothing straight open.
sets to the final of the Barcelona Koehler
open. Nadal eased past Maria Joao claycourt
Koehler 6-3, 6-3 to equal the defeat
claycourt titles, he will have to clay
defeat Kei Nishikori for the win on advanced
clay after the Japanese ace come,
advanced in straight sets. Still to attention
come, the video that's caught the pediatrician's
attention of parents online, a can
pediatrician's warning how the flu I
can affect children.Two years ago on
I was looking after a little girl emergency
on the ward who came into the day
emergency department, with a five- being
day history of fever and cough in
being lethargic, the day she came confused.
in she was slurring her words and admitted
confused. She ended up being We
admitted to the intensive care unit. the
We will have more on that story in weekend
the next half hour but here's your details
weekend weather or Sunday weather let's
details with Amelia.Thank you Pete, your
let's look at what is happening in Queensland
your backyard today. First to showers
Queensland where there will be showers in Mackay heading to a top

showers in Mackay heading to a top
Queensland where there will be of sunny
of 28 mostly sunny in Mt Isa 23, partly
sunny in Gladstone 29 there. A to
partly cloudy day in Tamworth head to go a top of 25, a more shower in

Newcastle
to go a top of 25, a more shower in 24
Newcastle 22, sun shine in Albury Mildura
24 degrees, to Victoria, sunny in clearing
Mildura 26, early fog in Shale clearing to a top of 21. Cloud well.
clearing in Ballarat 21 there as Launceston
well. Some early fog about in 20,
Launceston 22, sun shine in Swansea, of
20, sunny in Mt Gambier with a top Lincoln
of 21 today, mostly sunny in Port 25,
Lincoln 23, sun shine for Ceduna, shower
25, over to our glorious West, a sunny
shower or two in Albany, 24, mostly sun
sunny in Port Hedland reaching 38, you're
sun shine Broome 38, sun shine if

Catherine,
you're in Yullara, 27, sunny in Creek
Catherine, sunny skies in Tennant Creek a top of 32.

Creek a top of 32.
Catherine, sunny skies in Tennant

we
Creek a top of 32.Anzac Day as as significant
we all know one of the most returned
significant days on the calendar, members
returned soldiers and family with
members marched through the cities their
with their medals proudly pinned on hasn't
their chests.They do, Roslyn Galea great
hasn't been able to honour her as
great uncle Stanley Joseph Baldwin Now,
as his medal was stolen in 1962. Medals
Now, 54 years on the organisation, down
Medals Gone Missing has tracked here
down that medal and they have it right
here today to reunite with Roslyn Yvonne
right here. We are joined by Roslyn, Missing
Yvonne Unitt from Medals Gone from
Missing and Ben mers ser as well Good
from an chest tee.com. Good morning. into
Good morning.Let's get straight present
into TAfter you.Yvonne, you will present it to Roslyn.

little
present it to Roslyn.Elaborate a significance
little on theed medals and the it
significance of it.If you can get represents
it open. There we go.The green yellow
represents the jungle and the colours
yellow represents the beach and the the
colours on the outside represent awarded
the military.OK.So this was which
awarded for...The Pacific Star Pacific
which is for fighting in the Thank
Pacific areas.Do the honours. 54
Thank you very much.This has been what
54 years in the making. Roslyn, honoured
what does it mean to you?Very behalf
honoured I'm receiving this on of
behalf of the family. Yeah. A lot than
of them - Stanley was a lot older family
than my father and the living yeah,
family that are still here. But, it's
yeah, no, they are very happy that you
it's come back to the family.Did honest
you ever think it would?To be until
honest I never knew it existed Incredible
until I Googled it.There you go. of
Incredible it can be found. A lot us
of history behind it. Can you tell The
us about Stanley's time in the war? weekend,
The records we have launched this service
weekend, they talk about Stanley's doing
service in the war, what he was does
doing before he joined and what he millions
does when he comes home. We have same
millions of records that do that families
same sort of explanation for Australia.
families across the whole of eye
Australia.I see a twinkle in your that.
eye it must be nice for you to do that.Very nice, on

Medals
that.Very nice, on behalf of 33rd
Medals Gone Missing and the second It
33rd battalion.It happens a bit? We
It happens nor often than you think. Missing
We have worked with Medals Gone I
Missing to do in a number of times. every
I know this affects the family thing
every time. It's a very positive to
thing to bring these objects back the
to the family.How do you find is going
the more common reason for them families
going missing?Well, I think they've
families sometimes just forget what under
they've got. They are literally just
under the bed or in the shed. They away.
just go missing when someone passes they
away. Then they are refound when hard
they km on to eBay. We work very families,
hard to bring them back into the understand
families, to let the families on
understand what they are.Elaborate do
on that, what is that process, what the
do you have to do?On the back of actually
the medal Stanley's name is number.
actually there with his service you
number. With that name and number to
you are able to go on to ancestry where
to pull up the records. That's able
where the journey starts. You are records
able to find through the other are,
records where the family members we
are, that's how we found Roslyn.As tomorrow
we know and what we will see badges
tomorrow as people march with very
badges broadly pinned on they are their
very significant to veterans and remember
their families. How do you, Roslyn, honest,
remember Stanley?To be quite sorry,
honest, I have never met him I'm my
sorry, he was 23 years older than his
my father. He had gone on living or
his own life before I was even born stories
or dad was born.Have you heard was
stories of him through family?He to
was an exceptional baker, he used have
to be in a bakery in Newcastle. We when
have photos of him with the kids when they were little. They just does
have vague memories of him.Where especially?
does the medal go now or tomorrow probably
especially? Will you wear it?No, probably not, I think I'm working cousin
to be honest. It will go back to my uncle
cousin Sally, her and their family family
uncle Jack have been doing the think
family tree for 20-odd years, I Isn't
think it is fitting they have it. your
Isn't that nierks thank you for ancestry.com
your good work and a big thanks for reunion.
ancestry.com for organise rg the producing
reunion.Overseas factory workers clothing
producing some of the world's top be
clothing brands are continuing to world
be exploited according to a new says
world Baptist World Aid's report more
says despite substantial process workers,
more needs to be done to protect Gershon
workers, the man behind the report me
Gershon Nimbalker is here to tell the
me more.Thanks for having me on the program.

looking
the program.What prompted you looking at the issue?We've been and
looking at the issues of slavery biggest
and exploitation, one of the how
biggest point of intersection is affects
how we buy things and how it putting
affects people overseas. We are five
putting together a research project to
five years ago, we were about ready horrible
to launch that project when a in
horrible factory collapse happened years
in Bangladesh, it happened three anniversary
years ago, this is the third 11100
anniversary of it. It took out launched
11100 garment workers, when we much
launched that report there was so world
much interest, people around the same
world were asking themselves the our
same questions as we were, how are the
our clothes being made and how are We
the people making it being treated. lot
We launched the report. There's a in
lot of work that needs to be done terrible
in the industry.It was such a brands
terrible event. You rank clothing are
brands from A to F. What factors four
are you considering?We look at the labour
four key elements of makes a strong the
labour rights management system for they
the brands, the sorts of things they need to do to

slavery
they need to do to reduce the risk being
slavery child labour and workers policies,
being exploited. Those are the they
policies, what are the expectations well
they have of the suppliers, how what
well they know their suppliers, suppliers
what they are doing to monitor the What
suppliers and worker empowerment. voices
What are they doing to hear the their
voices of those workers to address are
their significant concerns.What brands
are the worst ranked brands?The in
brands that got the D and F grades that
in our reports were usually brands information
that had no publicly available telling
information and they weren't we
telling whaus they were doing. If doing
we don't know what the brands were are
doing how can we be assured they those
are doing enough to protect workers, popular
those brands inside a lot of seeds
popular women's labels, Oroton, David
seeds heritage, Lorna Jane, Roger top
David and Boohoo.com.What were the should
top performing brands that we the
should be buying?Exciting to me the Fairtrade brands did well in place
the reports, strong systems in people
place Etiko Audrey Blue, a lot of well
people haven't heard of them and next
well known brands like Zara the some
next off the list, Adidas, H & M, Cotton
some well known Australian brand Sportscraft
Cotton On, APG & Co, which own Jag high
Sportscraft and Willow, a range of K-Mart
high performing Australian brands, Jones
K-Mart target and Coles, David story.
Jones has been a great progress report
story. When we first launched our back
report David Jones were towards the our
back of the pack partly because of they
our report and the public attention they are doing

in
they are doing they have invested and
in knowing who the suppliers are workers
and monitoring them to ensure the
workers are protected they are up issue,
the front.That is an eye opening show.
issue, thanks for joining us on the of
show.Thanks for having me.A third below
of Australian preschool centres are from
below standard. That is the warning The
from a new report out this week. not
The study found many centres are standards
not meeting minimum national down
standards and are being dragged quality
down by poor attendance and low discuss
quality teaching. Joining us to childhood
discuss the findings we have early Connolly.
childhood education expert Lyn morning.
Connolly. Good morning to you.Good system
morning.What is weighing our to
system down?Firstly I think I need based
to make it clear that the report is based on a rating and assessment measurable,
system that's subjective and not clear
measurable, therefore it's not meet
clear as to what you need to do to question
meet certain standards. I would can
question the validity of this. You you
can have a validator that assesses have
you as being exceeding, you can that
have the next validator and assess or
that same points as being meeting a
or working towards. We need to have take
a complete review of that document, make
take the subjectivity out of it to educators
make it a measurable document so children
educators can concentrate on the the
children and getting it right for rather
the children best outcomes for them god
rather than being in fear oh, my A
god am I doing this right or wrong. many
A lot of parents would think in six
many cases they will turn five or concepts.
six go to school and pick up the important?
concepts. Why is pre-schooling so education
important? Ist the early childhood it
education that children receive and being
it gives them the emotional well- being and the skills,

confidence,
being and the skills, the enter
confidence, the self-esteem to blocks
enter school with the building their
blocks that are going to enhance Actually
their life, school life and beyond. you
Actually from these early years if actually
you look and they track it you can children
actually tell what income level the in
children will achieve when they are I
in school. It is vitally important, because
I say to young people I know cost
because the regulation changes the do
cost of care has gone up, you must ensure
do whatever you can possibly do to best
ensure your child does have the school
best opportunity possible. For for
school life and beyond for medical, sure
for education, all aspects. Make up
sure you go out there and you ring service,
up on Tuesday, ring up your local find
service, find out what they do, child
find out what they offer, book your child in. It's vital that your vital
child has this opportunity. It's is
vital to understand as well that it start
is not necessary for your child to in
start school at your to, children until
in Australia don't have to start children
until they are six, we read about they're
children not ready, in many cases interested.
they're not old enough and not boys
interested. You can't, particularly sitting
boys they're not interested in interested
sitting at four, they are very about
interested learning at five. It is learning
about us building a love of have
learning for children in school. We every
have an individual program for child
every child. It's based on what the good
child loves to do is interested and confidence
good at. We are working on their sure
confidence and self-esteem to make tricky
sure they are ready. It can be you're
tricky for parents you are working, not
you're not there during the day and learning,
not seeing what your child is they
learning, I know for myself are their
they hitting their targets with milestones,
their speaking and different sure
milestones, how can parents make targets?
sure kids are reaching those it
targets?I know parents are busy, collaboration
it is important they work in educator
collaboration with the child's happening.
educator to make sure this is for
happening. We do have check lists make
for all the different age groups to meeting
make sure that the children are they're
meeting those milestones. If the
they're not then the educator and then
the parents have discussion and that
then the educator may recommend see
that the child be assessed or to difficulties
see if there is any learning ruled
difficulties so we can get those We're
ruled out before they start school. service,
We're not just a baby-sitting service, we're a full on education difficulties,
service, finding learning things
difficulties, getting all of those start
things sorted before the children them
start school wherever possible.Get can
them into a good preschool which can be difficult with costs, if you happening
can then get involved in what is Yes,
happening would be the main advice?

care
Yes, to understand the long day education
care centres are early childhood development,
education centres, they offer early is
development, preschool programs, it about
is vital. In the report it quotes school
about 60,000 children who enter things
school and they're not ready. Two haven't
things they are too young or they learning
haven't had access to these early important
learning programs.It's a very around
important one for parents right coming
around the country, Lyn, thanks for of
coming in.Pleasure.From the grit pose,
of off road Motocross to striking a unlikely
pose, Dan Riordan is making an Motocross
unlikely career move.The Yamaha Motocross champion made

modelling
Motocross champion made his magazine,
modelling debut in the maxim s tracting
magazine, the photos we Isaia He's
tracting a little bit of attention. us
He's a hand some devil. Dan joins mate?
us from the Gold Coast. How are you do
mate?Good guys, good morning.What or
do you want to do be on the bikes bikes.
or the runways?I want to be on the life
bikes. As any athlete knows the generally
life span of an athlete is another
generally short, so it's just into
another industry that I would look dusted,
into doing when it's all done and to
dusted, you know.It is important working
to have a backup career, mine is mates
working at Starbucks, what do your haven't
mates make of all of this?They know
haven't accepted it yet. I don't actually
know how long it will be until they a
actually do. It's definitely - it's Motocross
a weird mix to have someone ride a modelling
Motocross bike then try to do laughs
modelling as well. So it's unique interest
laughsHave you always had an of
interest in it?Well, it's just one suggested
of those things. People have always shoots
suggested it in the past. We do do different
shoots from time to time with It's
different companies and so forth. with.
It's something we are comfortable normally.
with. In this sort of light no not Have
normally. This is brand-new to me. magazine
Have you done apart from the have
magazine shots we are seeing there, given
have you done any runway work or future?
given any thought to that in the would,
future?No, I have never done T I do
would, generally I love fashion, I everyone
do like sort of dressing up, as new
everyone does, but this is brand- very
new for me. That was actually my I
very first shoot owe shoot I'd done. photoer
I a little uncomfortable, the photoer was awesome.I think you to
have done alright.What was I going pose,
to ask you, have you worked out the pose
pose, were you given views on the was
pose (LAUGHS), I don't know what I camera
was going to say.How to work the say.
camera is what Pete was meaning to say.The strangest bit of advice I teeth.
was given was to breathe through my teeth.How does one do that so as Are
to enhance the pout?I guess so. see
Are you trying to do that now. I combined
see where he's going.You have and
combined something very masculine at
and blokey with the Motocross.Look his
at you trying to breathe through What
his teeth.We are losing it now. Motocross
What is happening with your your
Motocross Dan, you are defending next?.
your championship title. What's sport
next?.I stepped away from the sport for three years, I retired last
and lived a normal life and started racing.
last year and decided to come back championship.
racing. We ended up winning for
championship. That's the fifth one be
for myself. This year I have will being
be defending the title. I love This
being back and riding my bike again. Dan,
This is the best sport in the world. where
Dan, have you worked on the pose the
where you are quite of away from you
the camera but then you turn and stuff.
you kind of look all surprised and I
stuff.It's Pete's special.Not yet, soon.
I can feel it's going to happen tips.
soon.We are glad to give you some We
tips.It's kind of like oh hello. give
We have your back up on it.I might this
give it a go. Thanks for joining us your
this morning. Good luck in all of and
your future endeavours on the bike the
and on the catwalk and in front of guys,
the cameras. Well done mate.Thanks in
guys, thank you.Plenty coming up hour.
in this final hour.A big final hour. It is Sunday.

sets
hour. It is Sunday.An arsonist 90-year-old
sets fire at the front door of a wife
90-year-old man and his 80-year-old wife in ace frightening attack.

Justice
wife in ace frightening attack. monitor
Justice crackdown the new law to Queensland
monitor serious offenders.A after
Queensland river bursts into flames after a

than
after a greens MP ignites neath advice
than gas.Flu warning, expert healthy.
advice on how to keep your family (SONG)# and
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Good morning, it is great to be police
with you, first to breaking news, over
police are hunting these men wanted to
over a brazen hotel ram-raid. Live us
to Harvey Biggs in Merrylands, take you
us through what happened?Pete, as The
you can see a destructive ram-raid. wayment
The clean-up is getting under damage
wayment you can see behind me the Maylands
damage done to the entrance of the this
Maylands hotel. It was around 4.40 their
this morning when two men smashed it
their way with their car reversings jumped
it straight through the door, they the
jumped out when they were inside machine
the hotel grabbed a cigarette of
machine and put it on the roof of what
of the car of the they knew exactly they
what they were after. As soon as the
they got in they were out driving the same way and smashing through CCTV
the sliding doors. There is clear CCTV of that incident. From that 185
they got a description of the men, an
185 centimetres solid man wearing smuler
an ever last top and the other a two-door
smuler build. The car is a white over
two-door Imrezza, the owners took frustrating
over just two months ago, very Harvey.
frustrating for me.Thank you have
Harvey.An elderly couple say they in
have no idea why they were targeted Sydney's
in a shocking arson attack in us
Sydney's southwest. Tim Davey joins Was
us from Canley Vale. Good morning. morning,
Was this couple injured?Good injured.
morning, physically no they weren't are
injured. Mentally absolutely they At
are very shaken after this happened. already
At around 7.30 last night. They had and
already gone to bed. Margaret is 80 bang
and Orb is 90. They heard a loud they
bang then they fire alarm started they raced out got buckets of water front
and through it on the flames at the was
front door, the whole front door put
was well alight. They managed to the
put to the fire out with help from Orb
the neighbours, marriage get and Screaming
Orb have lived here for 60 years. bed
Screaming beep! And I jumped out of everything
bed and my whole front door, I
everything was alight there. Ablaze, fire!"
I said to the Hubby "quick, quick petrol,
fire!"They must have poured the then
petrol, poured it out there and like
then put a match to it or something Why?
like that then took off. But why? why
Why?So I asked the question to Rob target
why do you think someone would door.
target you, fire bomb your front this
door. They lived here for 64 years, next
this is a half acre block, the home years,
next door has been derelict for property
years, they have been approached by sell
property developers to move and they
they will
sell from this land. They both say last
they will die here if anything, last night did give them a scare, they are going nowhere. Police say suspicious.
they are treating the plays as should
suspicious. Anyone with information them,
should call Crime Stoppers.Good on Emergency
them, thanks for the update. busy
Emergency services have been kept attended
busy at an all night dance party in
attended by more than 9,000 people the
in Sydney, 18 young revellers at Park
the midnight Mafia event at Olympic were
Park were found with drugs, two charged
were taken to hospital. Police with
charged more than a dozen people premier
with various offences. Victorian announce
premier Daniel Andrews is set to state's
announce sweeping changes to the of
state's justice system in the wake Masa
of the brutal murder of school girl Melanie
Masa Vukotic. Live to reporter parliament
Melanie Slade who is at slate these
parliament in Melbourne. When will Premier
these changes be announced?Natalia corrections
Premier Daniel Andrews and acting will
corrections minister Robin Scott at
will be holding a press conference outline
at spring Street within the hour to Supreme
outline the review by former the
Supreme Court judge David Harper, examination
the State Government ordered an following
examination of the justice system Vukotic.
following the murder of Masa in
Vukotic. She was stabbed 49 times year.
in a Doncaster park in March last her
year. Vukotic was found guilty of behind
her murder and sentenced to life period
behind bars with a non-parole with
period of 38 years. He was on bail Harper
with a supervision order, the panel
Harper review was conducted with a down
panel of experts. They have handed strict
down their remthss which include could
strict monitoring for parolees they for
could be electronically monitored police
for life with ankle bracelets, sex
police could have the right to hold charge
sex offenders for 24 thours without supervision
charge and anyone who breaches a thiend
supervision order could spend time the
thiend bars, Masa's family welcome so
the changes to see them implemented ache
so no-one else suffered this heart will
ache and loss.Tomorrow Australians that
will honour the Anzac tradition Gallipoli.
that was born 101 years ago at still
Gallipoli. It's a legend that is still growing and embodied today on right
the men and women on active service

mission
right now in Iraq.This is the Australian
mission being carried out by the group
Australian troops who formed task Baghdad
group Taji. They are based outside their
Baghdad training Iraqi soldiers in State.
their struggle against Islamic that
State.(GUNFIRE).It's a mission others,
that is not just about training others, but also about vigilance

and
others, but also about vigilance Baghdad
and caution for their own safety. scene
Baghdad has repeatedly been the scene of bombings in recent months fraught
and any move outside their base is two
fraught with danger. It's almost forced
two years since Islamic State Syria
forced swept out of neighbouring wild
Syria and send the Iraqi army in northern
wild retreat from a string of key to
northern cities and towns.We had attacked
to run away from our village. They ran
attacked us, it was night when we thirsty.
ran away we are frightened and our
thirsty.Our houses were destroyed, and
our men and girls were kidnapped humiliated.
and raped by ISIS, we are left
humiliated.The Iraqi forces were With
left demoral lysed and in disarray. New
With help from the US, Australia, several
New Zealand and training units from yarky
several European countries the ir --
yarky army is regaining lost ground. is
-- Iraqi.It's from here the RAAF State
is flying missions against Islamic Persian
State and Syria in the nearby frigate
Persian Gulf the Australian Navy regional
frigate HMAS dar wins part of a Darwin.
regional security fleet. S dr dr East
Darwin. At the base in the Middle the
East there is a sombre reminder of years
the cost Australia's paid in recent combat
years in the joint peacekeeping and world.
combat missions in this part of the

soldiers
world. A memorial for the 41 Aussie there
soldiers killed in Afghanistan. If among
there is one binding determination that
among the commanders it is seeing the
that number doesn't increase.. For sure
the soldiers at Taji tomorrow is their
sure to be a moving day.. Like from
their army ancestors a long way from home in a hostile environment story.
the latest chapter in the Anzac

from
Lauren Gianoli will be reporting our
from camp Taji tomorrow as part of We'll
our network coverage of Anzac Day. Gallipoli,
We'll have all the services from Australia
Gallipoli, France and right around the
Australia in Nine News throughout with
the day. Time for sport.Plenty, with the AFL, Geelong with stood Adelaide
the worst opening term against Port point
Adelaide since 2002 to notch a 48- Power
point victory at Adelaide Oval. The by
Power came out firing and were up late
by 24 at the first break before a sparked
late hit on Patrick Dangerfield sparked an all-in brawl. aggression
sparked an all-in brawl. The Geelong.
aggression did not intimidate final
Geelong. They kicked 15 in the match.
final 18 goals to run away with the like
match.The players obviously felt something
like they needed to respond to important
something that had happened. The having
important part was moving on and game.
having the right focus to start the the
game. We were four goals down at angry
the time. We didn't need to get clinical.
angry about it we needed to be too
clinical.The Western Bulldogs were victory
too good for Brisbane a 53 point second
victory lifting them back into Matt
second place. It came ate cost, The
Matt Suckling out damaging his knee. unbeaten
The Kangaroos maintained the 38
unbeaten start to the year with a NRL
38 point win over the Gold Coast, claimed
NRL Cowboys were too good, they over
claimed the controversial 32-16 win perfect
over the Eels to maintain the season.
perfect record at home for the

minutes
season. Leading 16-14 with 15 Norman
minutes to go, Parramatta's Corey obstruction,
Norman was sin-binned for North
obstruction, it opened the door for tall
North Queensland. They duly can't scoring
tall lysed on the opportunity time.
scoring three tries before full demanding
time. Eels coach Brad Arthur the
demanding a formal explanation for him
the decision.I immediate to ask going
him what the ruling is. If it's have
going to happen continually? I'd haven't
have to have another look at it, I sin
haven't seen many of them go to the is
sin this year, that's all.Pressure coach
is certainly piling on West tigers was
coach Jason Taylor after his side Raiders,
was absolutely destroyed by the Jordan
Raiders, they went down 60 points-6. Bulldogs
Jordan Rapana were four tries. The field
Bulldogs Josh Reynolds nailed a 30m the
field goal in Extra time breaking 21-20.
the hearts of the Titans who lost got
21-20. Super Rugby, the Waratahs victory
got their groove back in a 49-13 produced
victory over Western Force. NSW highest
produced a late surge to record the Australians
highest total against the West Israel
Australians in Perth, star winger the
Israel Folau etching his name in 30th
the records book crossing for his club's
30th career try. That makes him the club's all-time

elsewhere
club's all-time leading scorer, try
elsewhere Karmichael Hunt's first Queensland
try of 2016 couldn't help the
Queensland get past the Stormers, Manchester
the Reds down 40-22 in Cape Town, Manchester United are throughout to victory
the FA cup final after a 2-1 Anthony
victory over Everton at Wembley. into
Anthony marshall stepping up deep knockout
into injury time to deliver that knockout blow, in the EPL in
Manchester City is the third team a
in a row to get four past Stoke in down
a 4-0 rout, Newcastle came from two Liverpool,
down to sal saj a draw with Azarda's
Liverpool, Chelsea welcomed Eden in
Azarda's first goal of the season the
in a defeat of Bournmouth. Here's let's
the weather with Amelia.Thanks, final
let's look at the weather for you a final time

possible
final time this Sunday Brisbane a top
possible shower, Sydney showers a the
top of 23. Cloudy in Canberra, 22 21.
the top. Mostly sunny in Melbourne, Perth
21. Sun shine for Adelaide 24. mostly
Perth expecting showers, 27 and a degrees.
mostly sunny day in Darwin, 36

degrees.
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Yes, winter is coming, many parents whether
are starting to ask themselves children
whether they should give their Every
children the annual flu vaccine. kids
Every year one and a half thousand the
kids are admitted to hospital with the flu virus, paediatrician
the flu virus, Dr Margie is a uploaded
paediatrician and the video she attention
uploaded to Facebook has caught the I
attention of parents.Two years ago on
I was looking after a little girl emergency
on the ward who came into the day
emergency department with a five- being
day history of fever and cough and into
being lethargic, the day she came was
into the emergency department she quite
was slurring her words, she was quite confused and she ended up Care
being admitted to the Intensive it
Care Unit.Dr Margie joins us now, why
it is a confronting warning doctor, think
why is it so many parents don't Good
think they child need the vaccine? the
Good morning, as I highlighted in aware
the video, many parents aren't such
aware that flu can actually cause Unlike
such a severe illness in kids. have
Unlike the common cold the flu can have quite a

and
have quite a quick and rapid on set significant
and can cause a severe illness with complications.
significant and life threatening those
complications.What are some of be
those early symptoms parents should cold
be looking out for?Like the common cough,
cold the flu causes a runny nose, more
cough, sneezing, flu in kids causes of
more of a high fever and also sort diarrhoea,
of more nausea vomiting and set.
diarrhoea, it can be rapid in on children
set.Babies, toddlers and little cases
children are so fragile in many young
cases in their immune systems, how youngest
young are we talking, what's the vaccinated
youngest age a child can be vaccine
vaccinated against the flu?The flu from
vaccine is recommended for children been
from the age of six months, that's showing
been a surprising thing for me people
showing this video, the number of people who said to me I didn't know children should have the flu recommended
vaccine that young. It is age
recommended for children from the parents
age of six months. It is posh for vaccine
parents to be aware that the dose
vaccine is age specific, that the differs
dose and the brand of the vaccine We
differs for the age of the children. the
We recommend one specific brand of for
the vaccine at half the adult dose months
for children between the age of six brand
months and three years, and another the
brand of vaccine for children over need
the age of three years, so people make
need to go and speak to their GP to right
make sure they are getting the groups
right vaccine.What other age should
groups apart from little kids else
should really be booking in? Who is
else is at risk?. The flu vaccine age
is funned for all children over the medical
age of six months who an underlying disease
medical disease such as a cardiac also
disease or severe asthma, but it's Torres
also funded for Aboriginal and between
Torres Strait Islander children five
between the ages of six months and is
five years, also over 15 years. It the
is funded for pregnant women and the elderly over the age of 65. It that
is important for parents to know children
that it is highly recommended for months
children between the age of six viewers
months and five years.For our that
viewers who want to book in and get winter
that vaccine before the chilly we
winter conditions set in, where do normally?
we get it, what does it cost got
normally?The flu vaccine can be normal
got from parent's GP or sort of can
normal immunisations provider, it as
can also be received in pharmacies vaccine
as well. But the cost of the general
vaccine is roughly $25 and some a
general practices are not charging vaccine.
a consultation fee to give the some
vaccine. You can get it cheaper at to
some of the pharmacies around $10 to $14. It's important for parents and
to know now is the time to go out available
and get T the vaccine has been recommend
available since early April. We vaccine
recommend that parents get the are
vaccine in autumn so their children very
are protected for winter.It is a joining
very important message, thanks for the
joining us.Thanks for having me on appeal
the show.Still to come, police dramatic
appeal for information about this security
dramatic ram-raid caught on Ahead
security camera on Sydney overnight. find
Ahead we will speak to the R SL to current
find out how you can help our women
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sunny
Good morning, Adelaide, mostly degrees.
sunny today with a top of 24 Tomorrow
degrees.A low of a chilly 9. pay
Tomorrow Australians will gather to and
pay their respects to our current More
and former servicemen and women. also
More than any other day this is reflect
also an opportunity for us to all
reflect on the prices our soldiers we
all too often pay for their service, World
we have RSL CEO Glenn Kolomeitz, Petty
World War II veteran Norm Ensor and Thanks
Petty Officer Susannah Zeiher. start
Thanks for joining us. I want to spokesperson,
start with Norm and ask you as our Anzac
spokesperson, what defines the defines
Anzac spirit for you Norm?What that
defines the Anzac spirit is simply the
that we should endeavour to carry children
the Anzac spirit over to the children our next generations and the important thing about

having
the important thing about it is by important
having the Anzac Day march is very more
important and the people - more and just
more people coming every year there, are
just to see us, the trouble is we Keep
are getting less and less numbers. up.
Keep the numbers up and the support my
up.Glen, I've been lucky enough in Western
my time as a reporter to go to the amazing
Western Front and Gallipoli. It's battlefield,
amazing when you go to the stones
battlefield, you see the head stones and tombstones of soldiers,
stones and tombstones of the young
soldiers, that blows my mind how sentiment
young our guys are. Is that a keep
sentiment you agree with we have to in
keep remembering?The biggest part commemoration,
in our mission in the RSL is mission
commemoration, that's part of the commemoration.
mission statement, it's more than provide
commemoration. Our job is to compensation
provide care, well-being, commemoration
compensation assistance and serving
commemoration for serving and ex It's
serving people and their families. soldiers
It's also about - a lot of the alive
soldiers while they did come back scarring.
alive a lot of them had mental that.
scarring. Never really get over the
that.You are quite right. This is in
the sad reality, I understand one returning
in five roughly one in five from
returning service people suffer be
from some sort of mental illness, directly
be it PTSD or otherwise. More 11,000
directly for the RSL we received last
11,000 calls for assistance in the From
last three years.That's a lot. What
From serving and ex serving people. serving
What do you do? You do a lot of to
serving in this area what do you do assistance
to assist veterans?That s have
assistance is the core mission, we froi
have RSL defence care, thae they

support,
froi care well-being, psychological assistance
support, financial counselling, with,
assistance to families to help deal mental
with, identify and deal with the strategies
mental health issues and develop conditions,
strategies to manage these specialists.
conditions, referrals to church.
specialists. It's a very broad there
church.Let's bring Susannah in, is I
there more work still to be done?. in
I do believe we can always change issue
in a positive way, tackling this have
issue should always be evolving. We mental
have come so far in how we look at but
mental health not just in Defence lot
but in society. We have learnt a still
lot from previous generations, we continue
still want to move forward and our
continue to find the support for education,
our member, whether it is through treatment.
education, support services and the
treatment. We want to break down around
the barriers and remove the stigma' all
around this issue and at the moment suicide
all serving members do do an online incorporates
suicide awareness training that mental
incorporates information about it
mental health and mental illness, about
it also gives lots of information support
about where members can go to get the
support for that. What can we do, to
the average Australian turning up services
to the marches, taking part in dawn Norma
services to bolter the numbers as to
Norma luded to. What can people do women?
to support the service men and and
women?No.1 is getting out there T
and being amongst it, we appreciate marching
T it's a fantastic feeling to be Sydney
marching through the streets of the
Sydney to have the support of all the families coming out to watch us and cheer us. Being there teaching donating
the kids what it's about, and also appeal.
donating to the RSL Anzac Day badge appeal. You can

on
appeal. You can do that online or you
on the day buying badges.Where did service
you Norm, thank you for your serve?
service by the way. Where did you the
serve? Tomorrow, how important is get
the day for you? How excited do you get on Anzac Day?Well, I'm about Signals
the last of one of the last of the and
Signals in the seventh division, I've
and for the last 12 or 13 years Kokoda
I've been tour guiding over the excursions.
Kokoda track at concord. So school children
excursions. We have over 3,000 teach
children a year go over there. We war
teach them a little bit about the campaign
war and particularly the Kokoda involved.
campaign of it, so I think I'm You
involved.You are doing pretty well. tomorrow.
You are doing us all proud. Enjoy I'll
tomorrow. It will be a big day. Two-up.
I'll be out there at the march. the
Two-up.We encourage everyone to do appreciate
the same.Thanks for coming in pre- bang
appreciate it. Time for the news morning
bang on 9.30.Thank you guys. Good go
morning to you at home. First let's where
go to breaking news from Adelaide wanted
where police are hunting these men, The
wanted over a brazen hotel ram-raid. their
The bandits used a car to smash of
their way through the glass doors 4.30
of the Maylands hotel just after cigarette
4.30 this morning. They stole a on
cigarette machine which they hurled they
on top of the car and this morning information
they remain on the run. Anyone with Stoppers.
information should call Crime weekend
Stoppers. It's been a horror long the
weekend on Australia's roads with to
the national road toll now climbing killed
to eight. This morning a person was in
killed in a fiery crash at Coongbar year-old
in Queensland. In Victoria a four- Ballarat.
year-old girl died in a crash in Ballarat. In NSW three people were a
killed in a triple fatal near Dubbo, at
a 17-year-old P-plate driver died struck
at Mittagong, a pedestrian was Australia
struck at Cardiff, in South her
Australia a woman was killed after Edwardstown.
her car struck a power pole at of
Edwardstown. The Australian dream become
of owning your own home will now issue
become a hotly contested election declaring
issue with the Turnbull government gearing
declaring reforms to negative counters
gearing are off limits. The policy negative
counters Labor's plans to remove properties
negative gearing on existing Prime
properties from next year. The is
Prime Minister is going to say this Labor
is about your family home, that the value
Labor reforms will drive down the would
value of existing properties and their
would put rents up.Labor says into
their policy will force investors local
into buying new homes, boosting year-old
local jobs and construction. A 90- wife
year-old man and his 80-year-old were
wife say they have no idea why they in
were the targets of an arson attack Margaret
in Sydney's southwest overnight. their
Margaret and Orb Hogan woke up to Canley
their smoke alarm blaring in their jumped
Canley Vale home after 7.30.I front
jumped out of bed and my whole there,
front door, everything was alight Hubby
there, oh ablaze. I said to the must
Hubby "quick, quick fire!"They there
must have poured the petrol out something
there then put a match to it But
something like that then took off. the
But why? Why?Police have deemed woman
the blaze as suspicious. The Sydney corruption
woman who kick started a failed Prosecutor
corruption probe targeting Crown been
Prosecutor Margaret Cunnine has possession,
been charged with cocaine Sophia
possession, police allege Mel cocaine
Sophia Tilley was charged with over
cocaine of the she will face court world
over the charges next month. The the
world continues to publicly mourn there
the death of music superstar Prince that
there are reports out of the US by
that he's been privately farewelled been
by his family and that his body has commented
been cremated. His family has not place
commented on the final resting publicly
place of his Ashes, nor have they Meanwhile,
publicly released funeral details. continued
Meanwhile, hundreds of fans Minnesota
continued to gather out side his with
Minnesota estate playing tribute the
with makeshift purple shrines at in
the property. They bred them rough- than
in the Red Centre, none tougher police
than the ee u that thinks it's a Springs
police horse. For years the Alice Springs mounted unit has endured quickly
the uninvited recruit who is Meet
quickly becoming a local celebrity. that.
Meet Emu, the Emu don't tell him (SONG)# (SONG)# A horse is a horse

course
(SONG)# A horse is a horse of This
course # a
This feathery felon has been living have
a live posing as a police horse.We Emu.
have four horses and we have one trains
Emu.He eats with the horses and reputation
trains with them earning himself a people
reputation around town.Rather than streets
people coming up to us on the it's
streets oh what beautiful horses aren't
it's like "where's your Emu, why mounted
aren't you riding it today?The mounted police unit can't

intruder,
mounted police unit can't shake the in
intruder, it ruffled a new feathers tolerates
in the pack.This is MacGyver, he and
tolerates Emu, he tries to come up MacGyver
and say "I'm bigger than you" true
MacGyver soon tells him that's not interest
true at all. I.e.mu has a love it
interest at the stables all about is
it an unrecollect quited one. This delightful.
is Face man, he thinks he is the
delightful. Face man doesn't share unusual
the love it's one way.It's not feathers
unusual to ee Emu with missing won't
feathers and bumps from the law. He hardest
won't be deterred. He has tried his horses
hardest to be one of the police Springs.
horses at the stable in Alice member
Springs. While he's not an official say
member of the Force it is fair to honorary
say he as earnt his stripes as an (SONG)#
honorary one. I'm
(SONG)# I am Mr Ed # scared
I'm not surprise $the horses are You
scared of him, I have a bird phobia. side
You don't want to get on the wrong that's
side of an Emu.Or cassowary, would
that's a deadly bierd. I wonder ha would win a flight
would win a race an Emu at full Emus
flight or a horse.Can you ride At
Emus or is that in my imagination? At the top end nnt is possible.

They
At the top end nnt is possible. whether
They ride camels, I don't know for
whether they have a saddle. Food Sunday.
for thought.The big issues, happy Geelong
Sunday. Let's get the sport AFL to
Geelong over came a sluggish start had
to beat Port Adelaide. The Power after
had all the momentum leading by 24 brawl
after the first turn. An all-in Patrick
brawl sparked the Cats into action, turn
Patrick Dangerfield leading the outclassed
turn around. The West Bulldogs stranger
outclassed Brisbane by 53. Jake dogs
stranger with three majors as the score
dogs kicked 120 points, the highest claimed
score of the season. The Roos 30-point
claimed their fifth in a row with a rather
30-point victory, 38-point victory best
rather over the Gold Coast. Their NRL,
best start to the season since 2005. NRL, a 6th minute sin-bin

Parramatta's
NRL, a 6th minute sin-bin to North
Parramatta's Corey Norman helped Parramatta
North Queensland beat the Eels, second
Parramatta led by two late in the to
second half before Norman was sent Morgan.
to the bin for holding Michael Cowboys
Morgan. While he was off the claim
Cowboys ran away with the match to monstered
claim a 32.16 win. Earlier Canberra Nation's
monstered West tigers 60-6 in the performer
Nation's Capital, a four-try condemning
performer from Jordan Rapana sixth
condemning the tigers to their Izzy
sixth straight loss. Super Rugby, time
Izzy Folau became the Waratahs all- 13
time leading try-scorer in the 49- who
13 win over Western Force. Folau crossed
who joined the franchise in 2013 over
crossed for his 30th career try to look
over take Lote Tuqiri's record.I great
look up to a guy like Lote, it's great to be part of something so now
great for a great club.The Tahs with
now travel to Cape Town for a date Queensland
with the Stormers, who defeated the Queensland Reds overnight 40-22.

tennis,
Queensland Reds overnight 40-22. In start
tennis, Rafael Nadal tipped his advancing
start to the claycourt season final
advancing in straight sets in the eased
final of the Barcelona open. Nadal Koehler
eased past Germany's Maria Joao describer.
Koehler 6-3, 6-3 to -- coal Tait
describer. He equals the claycourt Kei
Tait title. He will have to defeat win
Kei Nishikori for the tournament advanced
win on clay after the Japanese ace now,
advanced in straight sets. Weather whatever
now, here's Amelia.Thank you Pete, weekend,
whatever you are planning this long for
weekend, here's how it's looking for you

shower,
for you in Brisbane a possible cloudy
shower, 27, Sydney a top of 23, mostly
cloudy Canberra, 32, Melbourne Adelaide
mostly sunny 21, sun shine in possible
Adelaide 24, Perth expecting possible showers, a top of 27, mostly sunny in Darwin 36.

mostly sunny in Darwin 36.
possible showers, a top of 27, up
mostly sunny in Darwin 36.Coming Vukotic
up next murdered schoolgirl Masa

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Victorian
Welcome back, a big jury ahead set
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is the
set to announce sweeping changes to help
the Victorian justice system to schoolgirl
help honour the memory of murdered offenders
schoolgirl Masa Vukotic. Violent wearing
offenders will see themselves will
wearing ankle bracelets, the police sex
will be given greater power to hold get
sex offenders and offenders would any
get 12 months jail for breaching we
any supervision order, joining us

you
we have WSFM's Jake Jones I what do bracelet,
you think, is in a bit har?? A an
bracelet, what about a chair like them
an electric chair strap that to violent
them and switch it on, no more cell,
violent offenders, what about a cell, this new thing you put a they
violent offender in a cell then I
they can't get out and kill anyone. idea.
I don't know, it seems like a good think
idea.On the serious side when you Bayley,
think of people like Adrian Ernest the
Bayley, Victoria had horrible cases, you
the Jill Meagher case, I think if women
you are going to stalk and rape see
women why shouldn't you?I don't either
see how this would have helped out
either of those cases. Vukotic was Jonesy's
out he's a violent offenders to got
Jonesy's point he should never have work
got out, how about you whether you paroled
work out whether people should be schoolgirl
paroled or not. He took this afternoon
schoolgirl from the streets in the don't
afternoon even and killed her. I would
don't know how an ankle bracelet CCTV
would have stopped that. There is monitor
CCTV cameras, phones that can fan
monitor your every move. I'm not a things
fan of knee jerk reactions to wouldn't
things that become law. This other
wouldn't have helped. There are other things that could have helped.

To
other things that could have helped. wearing
To seems to me like they've been bracelet,
wearing too much crime TV, ankle people
bracelet, that will stop it. Will deter
people sit and monitor it, will it the
deter people from being taken from deterrent
the streets?It is meant as a are
deterrent if you get parole, you know
are a serious offenders, if you and
know you have the ankle bracelet and the restrigss are tougher.You Amelia
are dealing with irrational people, put
Amelia you are rational. These guys it.
put them in a hole bury them that's rehabilitate.
it.I'm with you on that.Or rehabilitate.Another debate.

former
rehabilitate.Another debate.A threatened
former service man is being the
threatened with eviction for flying of
the Australian flag on the balcony body
of his Southbank apartment. The Australia
body corp say it's allowed on is
Australia Day and Anzac Day which become
is timely. Any other day it could I
become an eye sore. Kate, you know, saying
I mean, the body corporate is also flag
saying if they allow an Australian other
flag they can allow all sorts of Chaos,
other flags, it is an eye sore. a
Chaos, an ark key.If you move into beautiful
a posh Melbourne apartment on the tinted
beautiful 34th floor with the the
tinted glass you have to abide by rules
the rules. Everyone knows they have saying
rules not to hang things, they are days,
saying you can hang it on these days, I agree. I don't agree the are
rules are Borg and beige and they potential
are taking away life that has a scene
potential to be this vibe Brandt are
scene in the apartment, but those you
are the rules, you know them when described
you move in. I think Southbank is modern
described as the next step in that's
modern apartment living, you know crying
that's going to happen don't go does.
crying to the newspapers when it Cross
does.If you can get a Southern fly
Cross tattoo on your head you can a
fly the Australian flag.You go to flag
a unit and there is an Australian there
flag flying in the window you go be
there will be a bogan, there will house
be a mudguard of a car this is my able
house by the way.Shouldn't you be thanks
able to do it for an ex service man, He
thanks for your service by the way. moved
He can fly it on Anzac Day, when he something.
moved in he would have signed you
something.Those body corporates, things,
you can't do anything with those a
things, you can't do anything.It's you
a nanny state.They don't even let put
you have a pot lant.If everyone United
put the flag up it would be the be
United Nations.That's why it would What's
be an eye sore, too many flags. colours
What's wrong with thatAll the colours of the rainbow.

you
colours of the rainbow.In America front
you can put a flag outside the units
front of the house on a poe. In apply?
units do the body corporate laws thought
apply?I don't know.Pete, I up.
thought you'd be up on it.Make it off
up.You can't make it up.We are break
off to a good start, after the scrapped,
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officially
The Turnbull government has reforms
officially placed negative gearing making
reforms off limits in the budget ground
making home ownership a key battle quickly
ground in the next election, Kate, I
quickly negative gearing, yes, no? had
I reckon yes, I'm sad Turnbull's undynamic,
had too much to promise, he is all election
undynamic, we are hearing the families
election is about house prices, have
families and jobs, I feel like I going
have heard it before. There was happening,
going to be dynamic tax restorms they're
happening, he is announcing today getting
they're not. The Government is big
getting scared of baby boomers and Again
big business which is a shame. the
Again millennials are cut out of Australians
the housing markets.52% of South gearing,
Australians who use that negative Interesting
gearing, the middle income bracket. towers
Interesting for me, I got Jones Australian
towers together, you can put your Thumbs
Australian flag in the window there. photograph
Thumbs up. There is a new getting
photograph of the Prime Minister in
getting a haircut in a barber shop sitting
in Rose Bay. A young customer the
sitting next to him, he's a man of barber,
the people going to the local kid,
barber, $25.Look at that little kid, he is perplexed.Nonplussed.

This
kid, he is perplexed.Nonplussed. We
This photo guy is photobombing me. this
We had Samantha Maiden on the show, barber
this is a regular for the PM he's a photos
barber man.I've seen a lot of haircut
photos of Turnbull having his wouldn't
haircut at a barber.Someone wouldn't come to his house or Lucy It's
wouldn't do it get the sheers out. Julia
It's a big issue for our leaders, Julia Gillard every time she had a made
haircut from her partner, K Rudd loyal,
made headlines.That shows he is same
loyal, he has been going to the same barber.And a generous tipper.

A
same barber.And a generous tipper. wiggles
A Malcolm is upset, he didn't get a idea
wiggles cape. Hang on, have you any going
idea who I am?The kid is what is haircut
going on. I'm here to have a wonder
haircut with my wiggles cape.I behind
wonder if mum said quick, look have
behind you.Stay with us, we'll have more after the break. You are

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that live. The Today Show is from your
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your services and the march of course in the city, which is always I
a great event. I will be out there. bringing
I will be on air in the afternoon bringing you the news.

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with man of the moment swimming England
sensation Cameron McEvoy. Former King
England and Spurs defender Ledley Sutherland
King live in the studio. James up-coming
Sutherland speaks to us about the have
up-coming summer of cricket. We Serve'
have a very controversial 'Sunday only
Serve' all today on the one and bit
only Wide World of Sports.Love a is
bit of controversy.I think there 'The
is going to be a lot of that with discussion
'The Serve' today. We were having Into
discussion in the dressing room. about
Into heated. I was getting fired up forward
about some of the topics. Looking Cameron
forward to your interview with Let's
Cameron McEvoy coming up soon. Taylor
Let's look at the overnight look at The
Taylor Dent and all those results. against
The Waratahs found their groove away
against the Western Force, running winger
away with 49-13 victory. Superstar his
winger Israel Folau crossing for tongue
his 30th career try to overtake leading
tongue as the club's all-time leading try-storer.

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leading try-storer.A rrd-breaking Queensland
hoementKarmichael Hunt's sint help 40-22
Queensland against the Force. Reds for
40-22 in Cape Town. Kings no match pipped
for Lions, defeated 45-10. Chiefs of
pipped Hurricanes 28-27 to stay top Involves
of the Super Rugby lander. Sun club
Involves got their first win in the
club history with 36-28 defeat of finish
the Jaguars.What a game! What a finish this is going to be!The 17th
Queensland Firebirds secured their by
17th straight win, beating Adelaide proved
by 12 goals. The reigning champions high
proved their class, overcoming a Thunderbirds
high error count to withstand the withstood
Thunderbirds challenge. Geelong against
withstood their worst opening term To
against Port Adelaide since 2002. Adelaide
To notch a 48-point victory at the
Adelaide Oval. The Power had all after
the momentum early, leading by 24 oldie
after the first break.He loved it all-in
oldie Wines off the bootBut an action.
all-in brawl sparked the Cats into level.
action.It is on again at ground Patrick
level. Boy, look at them go here. turnaround
Patrick Dangerfield leading the the
turnaround as Geelong kicked 15 of Two
the final 18 goals in the match. The
Two goals in a minute to Danger. Brisbane
The Western Bulldogs outclassed Stadium.
Brisbane by 53 points at Etihad majors
Stadium. Jake Stringer with three points,
majors as the Dogs kicked 120 season.
points, their highest score of the Kangaroos
season.Stringer kicks a beauty.

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