1. Various of Prince Andrew touring "Ground Zero" with Mayor Giuliani
2. Wide shot, Giuliani at podium in city hall
3. Close-up, Prince Andrew
4. Cutaway Bernard Kerik (New York Police Department) and Tom Von Essen (New York Fire Department)
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Prince Andrew, Duke of York (two shot with Giuliani standing next to him)
"It gives me the greatest of pleasure, this morning to announce that her Majesty the Queen has approved the following three honorary awards: to Rudolph Giuliani, Mayor of New York has been appointed an honorary knight, commander of the most excellent order of the British Empire for his outstanding support and help for the bereaved British families in New York."
6. Close-up Bernard Kerik (NYPD)
7. Various of cars going into Holland tunnel which reopened on Monday
New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani toured 'Ground Zero' - the ruins of the World Trade Centre twin towers- with Britain's Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.
Over one month after the terrorist attacks, the pile of debris that was once one of the world's most powerful financial centers was still smouldering from fires below.
Later at City Hall, Prince Andrew announced that Mayor Giuliani was to receive an honorary knighthood from Britain's Queen Elizabeth II for his "outstanding help and support to the bereaved British families in New York."
The mayor was named Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.
It is the highest honor the sovereign can bestow on a foreign citizen.
He does not get the right to call himself "Sir Rudolph," but he can put the initials "K.B.E." after his name, according to the British Consulate General.
When he was asked if he would like to be called "Sir Rudolph" anyway, the mayor said, "Just call me Rudy. I always like that."
The Queen also conferred honorary titles - Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire - on the city's police and fire commissioners for their service after the levelling of the World Trade Centre.
Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik and Fire Commissioner Thomas Von Essen may now use the initials "C.B.E."
Giuliani and the commissioners will be invited to Buckingham Palace in London for the formal appointments.
And in a sign that life in New York is very slowly returning to some sort of normality, the Holland Tunnel between New Jersey and Manhattan reopened but for inbound lanes only.
The tunnel, a major crossing point into Manhattan, has been closed since the September 11 attacks and has been used mainly for rescue and recovery operations.
Traffic at midday was much lighter than in the morning.