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what can't always be described. Consciousness, objective experience is indescribable,

it's just pictures and images

and fleeting thoughts and

feelings. The gallery's latest

portrait depicts world renowned

philosopher David Chalmers. I'm fascinated by consciousness. Melbourne

Melbourne artist Nick Motzakis

has stripped away his trademark

hair, preferring to explore his

mind. There is a strong and portraiture. Port rate connection between psychology

making is about trying to look

within. The show brings

together key moments and

players in the history of psychology in Australia.

Medical doctors who worked with

soldiers in World War II felt

they weren't being treated for

their internal war wounds. And artists like

furthered their cause by

stretching the trauma triggered

by warfare. There is a fascinating display of patient

drawings from the 60s,

art where words may fail. Using their creativity and free expression allowed that communication. Perhaps art can

answer what lies beyond the

face and what makes us who we

are. The last known veteran to have seen action in World War has died in Perth at the age of 110. Claude the age of 110. Claude Choules

served in both the British and

Australian navies and witnessed

the sinking of the German fleet

at the end of the First World

War. He also became one of the

world's oldest first-time authors, publishing his autobiography at 109. You're

part of a landing party ...

Claude Choules joined the Royal

Navy at 14 to fight for King

and country. He was fairly 17

when Germany surrendered and witnessed the scuttling of the German fleet at Scapa Flow.

After the war, Mr Choules

emigrated to Australia, along

the way meeting his

Ethel. They were married for 76

years and had three

children. Yes, we had some good

times. When World War II broke

out, Mr Choules once again

joining the Australian Navy. He

wired up Fremantle case the Japanese invaded. At

55 Mr Choules retired from the

navy and settled down to a

quiet life in Western

Australia. His family says he

spoke only of his happy

memories in the navy. I think

if you asked him his dying wish

would've been the fact please

don't let there be any more wars. He wrote his memoirs in

the 80s but the manuscript lay

untouched for decades until in

'The Last of the Last' was 2009 at the age of 109 his book

credited published. His longevity he

credited to keeping his family

close. I see them often, every

day, sometimes every day. I see

them often so they never get

stale for me. And we all love you. Australia's military

chiefs have described his

passing as a sad day. It is a moment that does represent the

passing of a something something we should acknowledge and reflect upon

very carefully. Mr Choules died

in his sleep. Now with a look

at the weather here's Mark Carmody. Thanks, Virginia. Good

evening. It was a good frost

first thing this morning. Mist

was rising off the lakes and no

wonder with a minimum of minus

2 at the airport and 0 in After that cleared it was fine Tuggeranong

and sunny all day. You expect

it to be warmer than 16 under

those conditions. But those conditions. But a cold

wind brought the temperature

right down.

Cloud is generating patchy rain over the Pilbara. Cloud rain

blown in by cold southerlies

covers Tasmania and parts of southern Victoria. A Heysen

tered in Bass Strait will keep

our region fine and sunny. coastal strip will be fine for

the weekend, but onshore winds

might bring showers down there early in the new week.

I misplaced my hat this morning and found it spending hours searching for

it. It protect miss face from

the sun and tomorrow it will be especially needed between 10.40

and 1.20. Then the weather will

be the same over the weekend.

This is a hakea, not a pink

rat as it looks from our

and Botanic Gardens. You can see it

there over the weekend. It looks like it's climbing up

your side. Before we go, a brief recap of our top stories.

The US says the photo of Osama

will never be released. bin Laden taken after his death

President Barack Obama says the

graphic photo could spark reprisals against Americans.

And there's growing anger in

Pakistan over what some are

describing as an American violation of its sovereignty. Politicians have hit back suggestions from US officials that Pakistani intelligence

couldn't be trusted in advance

with details of the operation.

Stay with us for Leigh Sales and Chris Uhlmann. Stay with us for 7.30 with

images from Grand Annual We'll leave you with dramatic

Steeplechase where six horses

lost their mounts and one

jumped a fence, ploughing into

Goodnight. a crowd of spectators.

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Live. Tonight on '7:30', trackside rebellion against one

of the most powerful bodies in

Australian racing. Either you

agree to it or there's no

funding for your club. They

are reluctant to give anyone an

equity in it, it's virtually

nothing. And the death of the

last Australian to see combat

in World War I. It's very sad,

it's a momentous moment for world history and for

Australia. Welcome to the

program. Last night we looked

at why one state, Queensland, has blocked the

industry from taking control of

broadcasting rights. At the its most important asset, its