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(generated from captions) This program is live captioned by Ericsson Access Services The PM rules out changes to negative gearing, making housing affordability a key battleground in the upcoming election. The death toll from last week's earthquake in Ecuador passes 650 as the search for survivors continues. One person dead and another in hospital following a stabbing in Hobart's southern suburbs. It is 4pm eastern. Hello, this is Sky News National. A push for veterans who served in secret to be honoured with bravery awards. The Giants have won again, a week after thrashing Port. GWS have rallied to beat the Saints by 47 points. Showers expected on public holiday Monday across the east and the west. I have your full forecast on channel 603.The PM says ruling out changes to negative gearing is a matter of common sense dclaring there will be no changes to the policy in the upcoming Budget. Malcolm Turnbull says Labor's housing tax will drive down house prices and hurt mum and dad investors.What Labor is proposing is a huge reckless shock to the market. This is not fine tuning. This is a big sledgehammer they're taking to the property market. They're going to drive down home values, drive up rents and discourage investment. That's why we won't have a bar of it.Labor has denied its policy would push down house prices, saying there's no independent evidence to support the PM's claims.Well, Malcolm Turnbull says house prices will crash under Labor's policy. It's a lie. He should stop lying about it. He has no independent evidence to support it. Come with some evidence. Come with some evidence to support your work, your claim. He's got nothing.By refusing to rule out changes to negative gearing, and capital gains tax reform, what he's doing is saying, "We're going to continue with these unfair tax breaks which means we've got less money to spend on schools and hospitals." That's what this policy announcement means.After Labor announced a policy to restrict negative gearing to new homes, the Government was considering some changes to the scheme with the Treasurer declaring there were excesses in the policy. Michaelia Cash says the Government won't be touching any aspect of negative gearing for now but has left the option open of changes down the track.Where you look at housing prices where they are currently in Australia, I don't think it's the right time to touch negative gearing. And certainly the overwhelming feedback we have received is to that effect.So maybe down the track?Hey, hey, in politics you don't rule anything in or out because you get into a situation like this. Our policy is we won't be touching negative gearing. Our budget will be handed down on May 3.The death toll from Ecuador's devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake last week has risen to 654. 113 people have been rescued from damaged buildings following we the quake which was the worst in nearly seven decades. It injured around 16,500 people. Several strong tremors and more than 700 aftershocks have continued to shake the country and they're expected to for several weeks. One man is dead and a woman has been injured following a stabbing in Hobart's southern suburbs. Live now to Hobart where our Sky News Hobart reporter is. What's the latest, Jennifer?Well, police were called to this home in Sandy Bay in Hobart about 4am after two people, two room mates of the victims actually located a man and a woman, both aged in their 30s, with stab wounds. Detectives arrived on scene and pronounced the man, aged in his 30s, dead. And rushed the woman to hospital in a serious condition. She's since undergone surgery and remains under police guard in hospital. Her injuries are not believed to be life threatening and detectives are yet to speak to her to understand the full circumstances surrounding the incident. Take a listen to the inspector.Initial inquiries with all our systems here at Tasmania Police and our holdings reveal there is no family violence history between the male and the female that are involved. Police are currently with the woman in hospital but she has, last update, having to undergo surgery. We haven't been able to conduct any formal interview with her.The man and woman are not believed to be related to each other but are known to each other. And police say that there is absolutely no-one else involved in the incident. Now the house is just a few metres away from the University of Tasmania and this area is actually known for student accommodation. But it is not known whether the victims were students of the university. Now, police and forensic officers have been scouring the front yard and even the neighbouring property as they've marked evidence scenes even on top of the roof of the neighbour's properties. We don't know exactly what happened in the early hours of this morning. A forensic team, a command post have been here on scene for the past, since 4am this morning. They're expected to be here throughout the night and tomorrow morning.Thank you so much for the update. Prince's body has been cremated in a private family ceremony. The 57-year-old was a Jehovah's Witness which required a funeral to take place within a week of his death. The Sunday Mirror is reporting he was cremated after his body was released to his family on Friday afternoon after a post-mortem examination. The music superstar was announced dead at his Paisley Park estate on Thursday morning after he was found collapsed in a lift. The-a cause of death for him remains unknown. And make sure you join us for a special report on the life and death of legendary singer-songwriter right here:

The West Australian Government has announced it's allocated $13.1 million over three years in the upcoming state budget for a mental health court program. It identifies people whose criminal offending is potentially the result of mental illness. The program so far has been a success and it will offer those people an alternative to prison through various treatments and support services, the Minister says.Courts have embraced it. They can see there's a benefit by treating the person. And it also helps them deal with the complex cases they are dealing with, making sure the person benefits, the family benefits and maintains community safeties.The families, friends and supporters of veterans of one of World War II's most secret Australian units say the men have never received the recognition medals they deserved. They carried out daring missions behind enemy lines in the South Pacific. The attack.What he did in striking a plo against the Japanese psyche is incredible.The captain, and a team of men, sailed an old Chinese fishing boat from Australia to Singapore. Used one-man submersibles and sank seven Japanese ships in the dead of night.The raid and subsequent operations remained a secret for more than 30 years by Government order. All died in a second raid to Singapore, either killed in action or beheaded by the Japanese.So, so, so many heroes.A group of World War II military history enthusiasts, wants their gallantry recognised. They're seeking a review and reallocation of military honours urgently.I have a passion and belief that these men deserve to be properly honoured and respected for what they did. There's not very many of them left now. There can't be more than half a dozen left in Australia.They did extraordinary things during the war and for many of them they felt - bitterness is the wrong word - but they felt sadness for many years about the fact they have not been remembered.Devotion to duty and our country we will recognise.But while Mr Nelson is sympathetic for the campaign, he can't support rewriting history.These men of Z Special are and will be remembered perhaps even more so than some who were actually awarded a Victoria Cross. That doesn't mean it's right or just, but one thing's for sure, they'll always be remembered not only here, but across the nation. And make sure you join Sky News tomorrow for extensive live coverage of Anzac Day Dawn Services and marches.

We'll have reporters at key event right around the country. Comprehensive coverage right here on Sky News Live rr. And over on APAC. -- Sky News Live. And over on APAC. An intense man-hunt is under way in southern Ohio. A reward is on offer for anyone who may have information.

Ohio's attorney general released the 911 calls today a day after the execution-style murders left this install town reeling. There are few clues about the killings that are spread across four crime scenes. All eight were members of a family - seven adults and a 16-year-old young man.

Police worked through the night, expanding their search to try and find the killer, or killers, who they say are still on the loose. One man was detained at gunpoint. He was one of 30 people questioned. Last night family and friends of the victims gathered at church. What did the attorney general and the sheriff say to the dozens of family members who were at your church about the concern that they are the target?They expressed the fact they needed to be very careful. The sheriff told 'em, "Arm yourself."There are pictures today of the victims. Among them, his grandmother and her daughter who was killed with her 4-day-old child laying in bed beside her. The child was unhurt. The pastor echoes so many in this town totally at a loss for words to explain what happened. Was there any violence in the family that you knew about?No. I cannot say that I knew of any violence in the family.Across Australia and New Zealand, this is Sky News Live. Around the world you're watching Australia Channel. Thank you for your company. Manchester United leave it late to book a spot in the FA Cup final.

The PM has ruled out making any changes to tax offsets through negative gearing or the capital gains tax discount on the basis of common sense. The death toll from the devastating seask.8 magnitude gains earthquake that struck Ecuador last week has risen to 654. Tasmania police are investigating a suspected double stabbing attack in Hobart after one man was found dead and a woman was taken to hospital with knife wounds. A look at tomorrow's weather for you across the country. A chilly start across the south-east corner but we'll have a fine and dry Anzac Day mostly. Time for sport now. What's the latest in the NRL? Just the one match on this afternoon and it's in the Shire. Scoreless between the Sharks and the Panthers. Last night in the NRL it was a night to forget for the Tigers. They were thrashed in Canberra. The Eels were denied the opening try in Townsville after an obstruction and the Cowboys were only too happy to capitalise on Parramatta's misfortune. Racing to in a 12-0 lead. Their big wing hr been relatively quiet, right up until the 47th minute.Now he gets away. Surging upfield. Tonight he's a road train.The flying Fijian bagged a double to revive the Eels' chances and another mistake saw the Cowboys fall behind with 20 to play.No-one will catch MJ.The sin binned returned.It's a massive call at that stage of the game to send a key player off for 10 minutes.It still wasn't enough to get a penalty try. The Cowboys took the 2 on offer there and returned soon after for more. Morgan sealing the victory with a piece of individual brilliance.The most pleasing thing about how right edge is the work they've done in defence. They're working well for each other, there in particular. The Tigers' goal line defence was tested early in Canberra. The Raiders crossed twice and the Tigers hit back. The faces in the Tigers' coach's box said it all as the seriousness of the situation increased.That's a brilliant the Canberra try.The half-time break did little the solve the Tigers' tackling woes. With Canberra crossing for two more 4-pointers to extend their advantage. A personal haul of four tries in a 60-6 thrashing for a player.We've had great effort. The sort of effort it takes to win every game up until tonight. We couldn't get up for this game. Mentally we just couldn't pick ourselves up after last week's golden point game. And, you know, I say it again, it's not good enough from us. Our fans deserve better. We'll play again in five days' time against Souths. They're in the same boat as us. And it's bloody tough.Fremantle and Carlton have just kicked off in their AFL match in Perth. Greater Western Sydney have thrashed St Kilda by 47 points. The jints had a healthy lead for most of the -- Giants had a healthy lead for most of the match. The Saints came back with back to back Nick Riewoldt goals but GWS kicked away again.He will go again. A clever kick puts them on the way. Got through the cracks to the back. Couldn't win the footy. Steal! It goes through. A great day out for Jeremy Cameron. He booted five bowls in what was his first appearance after a 4-week suspension -- goals in what was his first appearance after a 4-week suspension. The Western Bulldogs first trounced the Lions. Patrick Dangerfield came under heavy fire from Port Adelaide and Geelong didn't like it. A quarter time brawl that will surely attract the review panel's attention. But when the two teams actually played some football, the Cats came out on top with Dangerfield kicking key back to back goals.A kick on its way. Two goals in a minute to Danger. Jake Stringer kicked three goals for the Western Bulldogs. And North Melbourne sit alone at the top of the ladder as the only undefeated team after prevailing over the golsd Suns. Over the Gold Coast Suns. Anthony Martial has sent Manchester United through tew the FA Cup final. Liverpool drew with Liverpool. -- drew with Newcastle. Manchester United beating Everton in the dying stages at Wembley. Having underachieved in the Premier League this season, Manchester United and Everton were relying on the FA Cup to provide them with something to celebrate. Desperation from Rooney denied a goal. And then a former Toffee struck for the Red Devils.Against his former club. Everton had several opportunities to equalise. None better than this. To bring Everton back into the semifinal. Saved!No man in blue could get past him but the shot-stopper was beaten by one of his own.An own goal.It set the stage for someone to steal the show in the dying stages. United through to the FA Cup final where they'll play either Crystal Palace or Watford. Benetiz was back at Anfield. -- Benitez was back at Anfield.This is Lallana.They say a 2-0 half-time lead is dangerous. Liverpool learnt that the hard way. Benitez back at a place where he made dreams come true. He has got Newcastle United believing their dream of staying up right come true. Eden Hazard scored his first goals of the season. The Crusaders have taken an early 7-0 lead against the Brumbies. The Reds lost out in Cape Town despite hitting the lead in the 50th minute. The Lions beat the Kings 45-10. There were only nine points in it at half-time at NIB Stadium. Four second half tries not only gave the Tah is, a win but a crucial bonus point. -- Tah is, a win but a crucial bonus -- Tahs, a win but a crucial bonus point too.I look up to Lote but it's great to be part of something so great for a great club.The Reds were right in it for three quarters of their match but the Queenslanders let the Stormers back into the game and the South Africans finished with four tries to three. The NSW Swifrts remain undefeated for the -- Swifts remain undefeated after beating the Fever. West Coast were ahead but the Swifts came into their own. The visitors scored 35-33 to win by 11. Our first home away game which has been nice to get out on the road. We knew we had to be on our game today. Perth are such a quality team. We knew they had good performances leading into this game as well. We found groove in the last half.The Swifts will play the Firebirdsane grand final rematch. The Queenslanders are undefeated from their last 17 matches. Rafael Nadal is eyeing off a ninth Barcelona Open crown. Kei Nishikori is standing in his way possibly. Nadal won 6-3, 6-3. Nadal continued to build brilliantly for the French Open in Paris. It's his second clay court final in a week after taking out the Monte Carlo Masters.

Rafael Nadal opens up the door to the final.The best-placed Australian at the Texas opener is five shots heading off the pace heading into the final round. Stuart Appleby is a shot further back after a disappointing third round of 2/74. The American rolled in seven birdies during his third round of 67 to be one shot clear. That's sport for now. It's only just under an hour away from the Western Sydney Wanderers' semifinal against the Brisbane Roar. Go, the Roar. Thank you. Speak to you soon. Let's take a look at tomorrow's weather for you across the country now. A chilly start but we'll have a fine and dry Anzac Day for most of the capital cities. Sky News National continues with the top stories just ahead, including police investigating after a man is found dead and a woman hospitalised in Hobart. That's next.

Good afternoon. The top stories - the Turnbull Government has ruled out any changes to negative gearing in the May Budget, turning housing afford blt into a central election issue. Ecuador's PM has confirmed the death toll from last week's devastating earthquake has surpassed 650 as the search for survivors continues. Tasmania police are investigating a suspected double stabbing after the body of a man was discovered in Hobart's southern suburbs. A chilly start over the south-east corner but we'll have a fine and dry Anzac Day for most of the capital cities. The Government has ruled out making any changes to negative gearing, saying winding back the policy will hurt the cost of the family home. Two months after the Labor Party announced it would restrict negtsk gearing to new homes from 2016 -- negative gearing to new homes from 2017. The Government has been attacking Labor's policy. Confirmation the Coalition has taken changes to negative gearing off the table.I don't think today's announcement comes as a surprise to anybody given the attacks and the criticisms we've made on Labor's reckless plan. They're going to drive down home values, drive up rents and discourage investment.The PM and the Treasurer visiting a young family in Sydney's south. Honing their attack on the Opposition's plan.It's just a really, really bad idea and we won't be doing it. Labor wants to restrict negative gearing to new homes from 2017.

Chris Bowen claims his policy will drive new housing and increase affordability for first-home buyers.What we have done is come up with a carefully calibrated policy which looks after everything investment grandfathered.The Government said it's ill thought out.Labor is proposing a huge reckless shock to the market. This is not fine tuning. It's a big sledgehammer putting the value of every Australian home at risk.He has no independent evidence to support that. If Malcolm Turnbull is going to run a scare campaign, come with some evidence.By refusing to rule out changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax reform, he's saying that we're going to continue with these unfair tax breaks which means we have less money to spend on schools and hospitals.The Treasurer indicated earlier in the year he could rein the excesses of negative gearing. But after pressure from the backbench, the Government has decided to run a concerted campaign against Lake's proposal.If you vote for Labor and Labor wins government, less investment and against higher rent values."How are my children and grandchildren going to be able to afford to buy into this housing market?"Both sides think they can win. The death toll from Ecuador's devastating 7.8 magnitude quake last week has risen to 654. 113 people have been rescued from damaged buildings following the quake which was the worst in nearly seven decades. It injured around 16,500 people and left 58 missing along the country's ravaged Pacific coast. More than 700 aftershocks have continued to shake the country and they're expected to do so for several weeks. One man is dead and a woman has been injured following a stabbing in Hobart's southern suburbs. What can you tell us? Well, police were called to this home in Sandy Bay at about 4am after two people, two room mates of the victims actually located a man and a woman suffering stab wounds. When detectives arrived on the scene they found a man believed to be aged in his 30s dead in the bedroom and a woman suffering stab wound. They rushed her to hospital in a serious condition. She's undergone emergency surgery and ref mains under police guard. Police detectives are yet to interview her to find out the exact circumstances surrounding the stabbing. Take a listen to the detective from Tasmania Police.Initial inquiries with all our systems here at Tasmania Police and in our holdings reveal there is no family violence history between the male and the female that are involved. Police are currently with the woman in hospital but she has, last update, she was having to undergo surgery, so we haven't been able to conduct any formal interview with her.Both the man and woman are known to each other and police say no-one else was involved in the incident. The house is just a few metres away from the University of Tasmania. And it's in a location known for student accommodation but it's not known whether the victims were, in fact, students from the university. Now a team of forensics have been scouring the front yard, neighbouring buildings, even the Now neighbour's roof, marking evidence. It's not exactly sure how the incident took place in the earl ahours of the morning but we'll be expecting to hear an update from police a little later tonight. A command post has been established here and a team of unified officers also, detectives and forensics will remain here on scene until tomorrow morning. Thank you for the update. Prince's most beloved friends and family have held a private memorial for the music superstar after his body was cremated. He died on Thursday morning after he was found collapsed in a lift. He was just 57. The crowd gathered outside his home while friends and family held a memorial inside his Paisley Park mansion. Prince's girlfriend and close friend handed out momentoes. It's not easy to lose anyone you love.There is still no word on how Prince died and it's unlikely autopsy results will be announced for days, maybe weeks. What happens to Prince's estimated $300 million estate ncluding studio, unpublished memoir and the licence to his unknown trove of music. It contains thousands of unpublished songs. -- recordings. Prince had only one full sister. But Minneapolis attorney said it could be more complicated.If he had a half sibling, they would inherit equally with the full sibling.So it's the same?Yes.The co-owner here says Prince's death was felt immediately.We sold out completely of everything we had in the store. An estate fight could delay the new music from being heard at all. Prince would like to get it to the fans and celebrate what he's given us. The gifts he's given us I keep saying.And make sure you join us for a special report in the life and death of the legendary singer-songwriter.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has visited Turkey in a bid to bolster a controversial deal. The increasing pressure to reassess the agreement which deports refugees to Turkey who don't qualify for asylum in Greece. The EU will provide Turkey with ol moist $9 billion over the next four -- almost $9 billion over the next four years. Mrs Merkel says the deal is important to ensure refugees have adequate facilities while they wait for resettlement. TRANSLATION: We want to make available and put to good use the funds made available to provide the children with a good education, school children. We know how important that is. We also have to deal with the traumas of the children and their parents. We have many orphans amongst the children. We have children with a handicap, a disabled children there are many areas in -- disabled children. There are many areas that we can help. I'm confident the European Union will identify such projects. Chancellor Merkel has flagged the possibility of setting up refugee safe zones within the Syrian border. An idea Turkey has championed. The idea has worried the UN which says it's against the plan andun less there's a way to guarantee refugee' safety within the war-torn country. Students at a US school are still coming to terms with the tragic death of a class mate who died. She died after being assaulted by two other students. Her exact cause of death remains under investigation. The girl on her knees is andn Amy, who was allegedly killed by a group of girls in a bathroom brawl. Police confirm the horrific attack was filmed. Perhaps by more than one girl. Police say no weapons were used. She was airlifted Thursday to a local hospital where she died shortly after arriving. Authorities say they have questioned three girls who have now been suspended from school. The mayor now.They know they're in very serious trouble. And it's been a substantial amount of time in prison they'll spend.Do you think that's what should happen?The physical evidence shows that they are the perpetrators. And a person loses their life, absolutely.The violence of the attack has shocked Wilmington. At a vigil Friday night, hundreds turned out to remember her. Is there a message in all of this?Just love each other. Stop trying to fight with each other.Seniors say students often try to outdo each other by posting violent videos online.Social media play as big part in what goes along nowadays. It's cool to record a fight and be on social media because of a fight.The mayor says it's parents who have to take charge.I had a rebellious child. Oh, yeah. But I won the battle by going toe to toe with her.That's what you think more parents need to do?Absolutely. And parents need to step it up.Donald Trump is having a final weekend push before primaries in five key states. It comes after audio was released of his top aide saying he would start to sound more presidential. Ted Cruz has accused Trump of being a liar. Donald Trump sounds a lot like Donald Trump.Lying Ted Cruz. Don't forget with the Bible. He walks in, Bible held high. Then he puts the Bible down and then he lies. He's a liar.This, less than 48 hours after his new campaign chief was recorded telling Republican officials Trump will tone things down and his over the top rhetoric is just an act.

But Trump clearly isn't onboard.I sort of don't like toning it down. He said his style works.If I acted presidential, I'll guarantee you top that this morning I wouldn't be here. Here I have to rant and rave and keep you going otherwise you'll fall asleep on me, right?Voters have mixed feelings.He seems authentic. I think the whole political thing brought this out of him.I do like what he stands for but not the way he's been saying it.You're looking for a cleaned-up Trump?Yes. A bit of finesse and class.But Ted Cruz says it's all one big show.Donald Trump is the Harry Houdini engaged in an act of misdirection. Trump is a phony. With those next big contests, Donald Trump is preparing for what looks to be another night of big wins. Just a quick programming note. Make sure you join Sky News tomorrow for extensive live coverage of Anzac Day dawn services and marches.

Across Australia and New Zealand, this is Sky News Live. And around the world you're watching Australia Channel. The top stories are just ahead. And the Swifts make it four from four with their first win away from home.

The top stories - the PM has ruled out making any changes to tax offsets through negative gearing or the capital gains tax discount on the basis of common sense. The death toll that struck Ecuador last week has risen to 654, as dozens of after shocks shook cities and towns around the country. Tasmania police are investigating a suspected double stabbing attack in Hobart's southern suburbs after one man was found dead and a woman taken to hospital with knife wounds. A look at tomorrow's weather for you. A chilly start over the south-east corner but a fine and dry Anzac Day for most of the capital cities. It's approaching time for sport now. And Fremantle fans will be desperately hoping for a win tonight. Yes, they will. It's been a pretty grim start to the season so far for the Dockers and their fans. The scores are level between Fremantle and Carlton at quarter time. Greater Western Sydney thrashed St Kilda by 47 points. The Giants had a healthy lead for most of the match but St Kilda got within 10 points in the third term thanks to back to back goals from Nick Riewoldt. GWS kicked away again.He's going to go again with a clever kick. Puts them on the way. Kick inside 50. Got through the cracks to the back. Steal! Puts it through!It was a great day out for Jeremy Cameron. He booted five bowls in what was his first appearance after a 4-week suspension. North Melbourne are still undefeated after beating the Gold Coast Suns. Patrick still Dangerfield came under heavy fire from Port Adelaide and Geelong diddants like it. There was a quarter time brawl that will attract the review panel's attention. When the two teams actually played some football, the Cats came out on top with Dangerfield booting key back to back goals in the second term.Kick on its way. Two goals in a minute to Danger.Jake Stringer kicked three goals for the Western Bulldogs in their 53-point win over the Lions. And North Melbourne sit on top of the competition standings as the only undefeated team after they prevailed over the Suns by 38 points. The Sharks lead the Panthers 6-0 in the first half of their NRL clash. Michael Ennis continued his impressive start to the season. Last night in the NRL, Canberra embarrassed the Wests Tigers. The Eels fell short of completing an early season double over the reigning premiers. Parramatta were forced to play out the majority of the chosing stages with 12 men after Corey Norman was sin binned. The Eels were in front by 2 at the time but North Queensland gained the upperhand. The clock expires and Parramatta might expire right here because Michael Morgan strolled through. And the Tigers slumped to their sixth straight loss after a 60-6 defeat at the hands of the Raiders in Canberra. Western Sydney Wanderers and the the Brisbane Roar will battle it out this afternoon for the right to take on Adelaide United. In the English Premier League overnight, Liverpool drew United. with Newcastle. There were wins Manchester City, Chelsea and Southampton. Manchester United beat Everton in the dying stages of the FA Cup. Manchester United and Everton were relying on the FA Cup to provide them with something to celebrate. Desperation from Wayne Rooney denied a goal at one end. Before a former Toffee struck for the Red Devils.Against his former club.Everton had several opportunities to equalise. None better than this.To bring Everton back into the semifinal.No man in blue could get past the goal keeper but he was beaten by one of his own. And set the stage for someone to steal the show in the dying stages. United through to the FA Cup final where they'll play either Crystal Palace or Watford. Benitez was back at Anfield. Daniel Sturridge opened the scoring in the second minute. They say a 2-0 half-time lead is dangerous. Liverpool learnt that the hard way. Newcastle salvaged a draw. Newcastle United are believing their dream of staying up might come true.Manchester City thrashed Stoke. And Hazard scored his first goals of the season as Chelsea beat Bournemouth 4-1. The Crusaders have had a brilliant start against the Brumbies. The Kiwis lead 26-7 at half-time. The Reds lost out in Cape Town despite hitting the lead in the 50th minute.

There were only nine points in it at half-time at NIB Stadium but four second half tries not only gave the Waratahs the win but a crucial bonus point.Spinning out of one. Away goes Israel Folau. A record-breaking moment.I looked up to a guy like Lote but it's great to be a part, something so great for a great club.The Reds were right in it for three quarters of a match but the Queenslanders let the Stormers back in. The NSW Swifts will go into next week's ANZ Championship grand final rematch against the Firebirds on a high after continuing their unbeaten start to the season in Perth. The Swifts scored 11 of the next 14 goals to be up by five heading noolt the final quarter. -- heading into the final quarter. Rafael Nadal is eyeing off a ninth Barcelona Open crown. Standing between him and the title is Kei Nishikori. The Japanese star needed just over an hour to eliminate Paire in eight sets. Nadal continued the build brilliantly for the French Open in Paris. It's his second clay court final in a week after taking out the Monte Carlo Masters.

Rafael Nadal opens up the door.And here's an example of multitasking at its finest. A baseball fan in the US took a one-handed catch while cradling his child at the same time.A fantastic catch was made by a Pirates' fan, holding a baby with his left hand and a one-handed grab.The Pittsburgh Pirates won the game. That's quite an achievement there. Taking that catch.Certainly is. I think the might mith be going, "Oh, no."That is one extremely coordinated dad. Thank you so much. A chilly start over the south-east corner but we'll have a fine and dry Anzac Day for most of our capital cities. The chance of showers for Brisbane and Perth. Sky News National continues with the top stories just ahead, including Prince's friends and family holding a private memorial for the music superstar.

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