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This is Sunrise on Seven. here's Kochie and Mel. Now from Brekky Central

# Put your hands in to the big sky # Good morning. It's Wednesday the 9th of November. for police, It's been another busy night the night before. although nothing like that's been raided At this stage, we know of one house but there were no arrests. shortly. We'll have details and pictures

of yesterday's operation. We'll also go behind the headlines ahead, We'll examine the legal process talk to a terrorism expert and hear from the Muslim community. That's coming up after 7.00.

On a lighter note we'll reveal the household chores to the gym. that are a good alternative You can

You can kill two birds with one

stone. We have all the fall-out

from Dancing with the Stars. Plenty

picked Bathie. of drama. Ada won after the judges

We'll hear from them after 8 o'clock.

you. What did you think? They We want to hear from

both fantastic The night was you. What did you think? They were

highlights right from the start.

What a wonderful opening from Daryl.

On a night like this, the Kylie

Minogue classic. He just belted it

out. I hope he has a Christmas CD

coming out Funny you mention that,

I think he might have Do you think

he does? That would be

he does? That would be great. The

whole night was terrific. The girls

did really well. I thought hats off

to both of them All the way through

they have been the stand-outs. the latest news with Natalie Barr. Right now though it's time for Good morning, everyone. Australian Federal Police

in Sydney's south-west overnight have raided another home counter-terrorism operation. as part of an on-going searching the home Officers spent the night searching the home

so far no-one's been arrested. were called up again last night. Australian Federal Police officers The target - in Sydney's south-west. a house in Glenview Avenue, Revesby About 20 police raided the home were forced to wait outside. while a man and three women and media attention in the area The relentless police

over the past 24 hours has everyone on edge. the front yard Officers reportedly photographed and collected forensic samples. One witness has told Seven News his wife and two young children. he saw police take away a man, In the aftermath of the raids he's not interested in vindication. John Howard says I've only ever set out to do security of the Australian public. everything I can to protect the

was politically motivated... As for any suggestion the operation I don't direct the police. of government, as they should. The police act independently

Among the Islamic community of a community backlash. there are fears

protection to the innocent Muslims, And I want the government to give who the vast majority of them are. and we need their help. This is not directed towards them and the broader community's help. We need the Islamic community's help

come to rely on that assistance The police may well in the coming weeks. with promises of more raids the central west of New South Wales The flood emergency has eased in overnight. after waters began receding and Wagga Wagga The towns of Eugowra, Molong, Trundle natural disaster areas. have been declared

monitoring local waterways Emergency services spent the night as high as initially feared. but the flood waters didn't rise flooding, several evacuations, At the moment we've got some minor but thankfully no real damage. to their homes this morning Around 100 residents will return overnight. after being evacuated from Eugowra The French Prime Minister in the country's riot-hit estates has declared a state of emergency

after a 12th night of unrest. of Paris' turbulent suburbs The decree allows the mayors they feel necessary to impose whatever curfew worst civil unrest in decades. to halt the country's In the city's north, a night-time memorial hundreds attended being bashed by a rioting teenager. for a 61-year-old man who died after

sparked a series of copycat attacks The urban unrest is thought to have of Berlin. in the working class districts in the German capital, Rioters torched more than 10 cars prompting police to step up patrols. fire in the capital, Brussels. In Belgium, five cars were set on

Also making news this Sunrise - Wallabies captain Phil Kearns The injured daughter of former to serious but stable has moved from a critical condition

after Andie was run over more than two weeks

of her family's Sydney home. in the driveway Japan is culling 170,000 chickens was detected at a farm near Tokyo. after the deadly bird flu virus has ploughed into a supermarket And a cargo plane in the US State of New Hampshire.

suffered only minor injuries. Amazingly the pilot the building shortly after take-off. The aircraft clipped the corner of Sport is next with Mark Beretta, another shot at the Windies. and one player is hoping to get Australian batsman Mike Hussey in the Test side is hopeful of retaining his place against the West Indies is named when the team for the second Test this week.

to his Test career in Brisbane Hussey made a slow start with a combined knock of 30,

another chance to impress but he should have ruled himself out of selection after regular opener Justin Langer still suffering from a rib injury. will take a gamble Socceroos coach Guus Hiddink World Cup qualifier against Uruguay. and start Harry Kewell in the from a double groin surgery Kewell has fully recovered of top-flight football since May. but has played just 179 minutes Kewell's presence on the field Hiddink believes

for the rest of side. will provide a huge lift Gary Flowers Australian Rugby Union boss is under review. says coach Eddie Jones position until the 2007 World Cup Jones is contracted but Flowers says Wallabies' way on the current tour if results don't go the Jones would be held accountable. The pair is expected to meet when the team arrives back from the UK. Sydney Roosters utility Craig Wing says he is over the moon

after receiving the call-up to replace skipper Darren Lockyer on the Kangaroos tour. Wing was left out of the original touring party after his indifferent club form. He says he will perform in the green and gold.

Some big news in motorsport, our own

own Grant has been nominated for

rookie of the year. He is up for

that one. That is fantastic Where

we ask him, isn't that wonderful

news about Andie ? We wish them all

the best. Grant's checking on the floods around Parkes in New South Wales. Good morning.

Congratulations. Thank you. Clearly

they have a short memory. They

can't remember Adelaide which is

good. The year didn't start off so

well. It is very nice to be

nominated. I don't know how they

come up with that. I think it is

the high seft in the amateur

the high seft in the amateur

championship. We are focused on the

flood situation. We are based on

the edge. You can see the low-lying

areas behind us have been water

logged but the dangerous parts have

been diverted. The population here

have escaped by the skin of their

teeth. Most of the rainfall was

looking to be a near record flood

once again like the great one of

1990. All indications were that the

town would go under. Evacuation

points were set up but when the bus

came to pick up as many residents

that were ready to go, everybody

seemed to think this one was going to

to pass them by and it has. The

water rose at about a metre under

what was expected and it resided

very quickly. They got by by the

skin of their teeth and most of the

residents have escaped it. With a

bit of sunshine it won't be much of

a drama today.

Warm, humid, northerly winds will trigger afternoon showers and storms across north-east New South Wales and south-east Queensland. A cool change will spread light showers across South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania. A ridge will clear isolated showers from south-west WA.

Defiant residents electing to stay

made the right choice. There may be

a couple buildings that are water

logged but they are a handful. They

are expecting it to go pretty

quickly by mid-morning Thank you

for that. Still to come how to have your favourite music follow you around the house, and how to get fit, with household chores.

But next the highlights of last night's final of Dancing With The Stars. This is Sunrise, Aussie-made and proud.

Australia has crowned a new dancing queen. Ada Nicodemou won the viewer's vote, and snatched the Dancing with the Stars title from Chris Bath. Let's take a look at some of last night's highlights.

Good evening, thousands have tuned

in to see Ada and

see the result of Dancing with the

Stars and to find out

Stars and to find out what

newsreaders really wear under the desk. #TNT my power love #

# TNT my power love #

# Sex bomb you are my sex bomb # Sex bomb

# Sex bomb

# You are my sex bomb

# And baby you can turn me on

# Baby you can turn me on # APPLAUSE 'Billie Jean/Smooth Criminal'

# She was more like a beauty queen # From a movie scene # I said don't mind

# Billie Jean's not my lover # She's just a girl # As he came into the window # It was the sound of a crescendo

# Annie, are you okay?

We can reveal the winner of Dancing

with the Stars series 3 is Ada

with the Stars series 3 is Ada and Aric. APPLAUSE

Because we... oh here she comes. Oh

dear. Don't cry or all the make-up

will run. Wasn't

will run. Wasn't that wonderful

Ada's mum couldn't help herself.

That was a nice moment. Talk about

raunchy. No wonder it's on late

Hang on. Because these girls strut

their stuff it's raunchy. The last

series... I didn't say that You

said wasn't that fantastic when

said wasn't that fantastic when Tom

took his gear off. I say go girls.

If I had a body like that...that

was awesome When we played that

last time...That is raunchy. You

didn't even talk about it last time.

Your jaw was on the ground and your tongue

tongue was hanging out Tom and Kim

are back to take them on next week.

Dancing with the Stars comes back

for a dance-off. Bec is about to

drop . Do you think Daryl will sing

again? I hope so. I really go for

it. I think he has a terrific presence. Later in the show we'll speak to Ada about her win, but before that the road safety program really hitting home with schoolkids. After the break we'll have all the finance from Wall Street. This is Sunrise with John Farnham performing live on Friday.

The Sunrise Finance Report is brought to you by AAPT. The telco that tells it like it is.

Let's get an update on the overnight financial markets. Valerie Morris is on Wall Street. Good morning, how's the market trading?

Kochie, stocks right now are

pulling back after a four-session

winning streak. The numbers for you

the Dow industrials is down about a

third of a per cent and the

third of a per cent and the Nasdaq

down nearly a quarter of a per cent.

A lawsuit has been filed against

Fox . The suit charges that the

company discriminated against the

woman when she and others

complained. A fox New it's lawyer

says the claims are unfounded. The

on demand universe is growing and it is changing

it is changing the television

landscape. NBC and CBS have struck

separate deals that will allow

viewers for a fee of 99 cents a pop

to watch shows whenever they want

and commercial free. Viacom has teamed up and

teamed up and the move follows a

deal by a third of the three big

networks ABC to offer episodes of

its shows on the new video iPod. That is the latest. Checking the markets in our region.

The Aussie dollar has sunk to its lowest level this year. Next hour,

the full background briefing on those anti-terror arrests. We'll speak to David Galbally QC and Aldo Borgu.

Next news, sport, and Grant has the weather from Parkes on Sunrise.

Sheffield in Tasmania's remote north. Out here the silence is overwhelming and Mother Nature provides in abundance. Wouldn't it be good if you could simply capture this moment?

and snap frozen within four hours of harvesting. Birds Eye - simply good.

#You're the voice try and understand it

# Make a noise and make it clear...# John Farnham is coming to Sunrise and we can't wait. You'll see him at Brekky Central this Friday at 7.50 and 8.40.

He's part of our Aussie-made and Proud month. He does have

He does have a great voice, just

sensational. But you are the voice.

I am the one. Let's go to the news. Good morning, everyone. The Australian Federal Police have spent the night searching a home in Revesby in Sydney's south-west as part of an ongoing counter-terrorism operation. Officers took photos of the front yard

and collected forensic samples. They also inspected a car parked in the driveway. A man and three women were forced to wait outside. No arrests were made. The relentless police and media attention in the area

over the past 24 hours has communities on edge.

Police are searching for three men after a

after a Molotov cocktail was thrown

at the police station. The Prime Minister says he's not interested in vindication following the anti-terror raids in Sydney and Melbourne. John Howard insists

his motivation has always been to protect the Australian public and he denies the raids targeted the Islamic community. This is not an anti-Muslim action. This is action being taken by the police because they believe the law has been broken.

The Prime Minister says anyone who supports terrorism is the enemy of the whole community. Senior police have predicted more arrests and charges. Around 100 residents will return to their homes in central New South Wales today after a flooding emergency in the region has now eased. The towns of Eugowra, Molong, Trundle and Wagga Wagga

have been declared natural disaster areas. Emergency services spent the night monitoring local waterways but the flood waters didn't rise as high as initially feared. The damage bill is expected to run into the millions. The condition of ex-Wallaby captain Phil Kearns' injured daughter has improved. Andie Kearns has moved from critical to serious but stable more than two weeks after being accidentally run over by her father

on the family's driveway. The 19-month-old remains in intensive care suffering abdominal injuries from the accident. Andie is slowly being eased off a ventilator and is said to be aware of her surroundings. The French Government

has announced plans to impose curfews in Paris suburbs that have erupted in violent riots for the 12th consecutive night.

Rioting teenagers torched almost 1,200 cars and attacked police in a number of estates around the country. The French Prime Minister has defied calls from the conservative right to send in the army. He has given local mayors the right to impose curfews and raid homes to curb the violence. The estimated death toll from the South Asian earthquake disaster

has soared to 87,000. It has been one month since the quake flattened entire communities and some villages are still waiting for aid. Relief agencies are worried about the upcoming Himalayan winter with more than 3 million people still homeless. A rhinoceros has successfully given birth to a baby boy at an Indian zoo. The newborn weighed in at a hefty 40kg.

He is expected to grow to about 4,000kg. He joins the zoo's family of nine great Indian rhinos. The species is one of the largest and rarest mammals in the world. Sport is next with Mark Beretta and a Windies great offers to lend a hand. Courtney Walsh says

former players need to help the current side regain their edge.

The new-look West Indies was demolished by Australia in the first Test at the Gabba last week. The former bowling world recordholder was called in to offer encouragement to the players and says coach Bennett King should call on past players more often. Former dual international Michael O'Connor says Matt Giteau should be given an opportunity at scrum half in place of the out-of-form George Gregan. O'Connor says Giteau's performance in the loss to France was due to Gregan's game at half-back.

He's suggested Giteau and Mat Rogers would make a better scrum base duo in the lead-up to the 2007 World Cup. The Socceroos will continue preparations in Argentina today.. ahead of Sunday's first leg of the World Cup qualifiers against Uruguay. Coach Guus Hiddink is expected to announce a few surprises when naming the side for the match. Striker Harry Kewell

the starting line-up. is rumoured to be pencilled into the starting line-up. The Australian PGA golf tournament is set to take a leaf out of the hit movie Happy Gilmore and bring a carnival atmosphere to the sport. Tournament promoter Tony Rosenberg says golf will take a leaf out of one-day cricket's book to bring a younger crowd to the game.

Lleyton Hewitt has pulled out of the Masters Cup in Shanghai to stay home with wife Bec Cartwright and wait for the birth of their first child. Bec is due within the next two weeks.

Dad is at home now. Good man. Excellent. Let's get a check of today's weather from Grant Hello again.

He is on the central west

He is on the central west of New

South Wales. It is about 40

kilometres from Parkes. It is a

town that was a concern for

emergency services because it is in

a low-lying area. The floods did

peek at 9.40. To bring us to speed

is Karen. You run the pub, the Flat

land. They were threatening

land. They were threatening to shut

off the power to encourage everyone

to evacuate. The buses came and

people elected to say. We take the

word of the locals. We know what

the river is going to do and they

said it wasn't going to be that bad

so we stayed. They had people with eight

eight hours notice and they were

warned? Yes. How much damage? Just

a lot of silt and debris and

general rubbish and that is about

it. You had to remove the pokie

machines. We had to move all

machines. We had to move all the

furniture, the bar stools are still

on top of the bar. Do you think

everyone is wiping a bit of sweat

off the brow? Yes, we didn't lose

anything and it is only going to be

a small clean-up So the local fire

trucks will come in and hose

everything out? They will come in

and hose everything

and hose everything down and

everybody lends a hand to help

clean-up. Good luck with the

clean-up. In the four years there

has been a fire, a flood, a lokuft

plague And four years

Live pictures of the first vehicle

to cross through the town. A

council vehicle is the first person

to make it through. The water is

residing as we speak. Hopefully by

8.30 we should be at that pub just

back there. We will soon see That is a

is a target. Thank you for that. We

are celebrating the wonderful

performance of the girls on Dancing

with the Stars last night. Ada took

out the title, the third crown. As

we said at the start of the show,

one of the highlights for me and

most of the

most of the highlights for me was

Daryl Somers singing Kylie

Minogue's classic that I think

could have been better than Kylie's.

# It's like a fantasy

# When you know this is how it should be # You kiss me #

# Im falling

# Can you hear me calling

# You touch me

# Feels like I have always known you

...# He was just...There is a bit of

controversy though. It was so

obvious Daryl was

obvious Daryl was lip-syncing and

Sonia spoke into his microphone it

was turned off. I didn't see it.

No! I am sticking up for Daryl here.

Lip-syncing? I am not saying it.

Just a few emails said it He was

under pressure. Maybe it is a way

to control the nerves. You can't do

to control the nerves. You can't do

that. I am really surprised if he

was lip-syncing. Where is the bit

with Sonia? We clip thad I think.

No, see that was right We need to

ask Daryl. Yes. Could we get Daryl

on the phone? This is an anonymous

one. They are putting their name to

one. They are putting their name to

the allegation He has the potential

to be Australia's Tom Jones. He has

that all-round showmanship. He can

handle the big numbers and he can handle...

We are taking a break. We will be

back in a minute.

Sunrise is powered by Dell. Buy online and receive an additional $100 off selected Dell desktops and notebooks. Welcome back to Sunrise. Let's check the newspapers from around the country. As you can imagine, yesterday's counter-terror raids dominate the front pages. The Courier-Mail says "Ready to Die for Jihad".

The Age quotes authorities "We have disrupted the final stages of a large-scale attack". And the Daily Telegraph is pretty succinct, "Holy War on Australia". That's what's making the papers today.

We just love talking about our favourite celebrities and finding out all the goss. So let's check in with Nelson Aspen in Hollywood and see what's going on. Good morning, Nelson. It's been reported that Tom Cruise has fired his sister. Do you have an update?

She hasn't been doing the job for

too long. As far as showbiz

too long. As far as showbiz news

goes this is what everybody in

Hollywood is talking about this

morning. He said the reason she has

gone on to another area of cruise

productions she expressed a desire

to oversee and expose my charity endeavours. She said she is

thrilled to work

thrilled to work on niz

philanthropic but many believe she

wrecked his image and getting the

lion 's share of the blame. It is

time to whip it back into shape.

But how can they blame her? He

didn't act like this with his old publicist. Now

publicist. Now he hired on Paul

Bloch who is really one of the

gurus of PR but with the baby on

the way and mission impossible

three on the way. You won't see any

more couch jumping. You will more couch jumping. You will see

Tom the macho man, the family man,

dramatic changes. He

dramatic changes. He can say what

he wants, it was a precautiony

strike against further

deterioration of his image or

potential earnings down the line It

would be nice to see the real Tom

Cruise. We just got a glimpse You

have some news on Michael Jackson.

What happened? You would think all

the stories of growing up as a

member of the Jackson five that he

would do everything to keep the

kids out of showbiz. He is takes

Prince and Paris and Prince Michael

II, that St one he dangtled off the

balcony. He is taking them into the recording studio

recording studio giving them

singing lessons and he may record

an album with his own children

Enough said. Nelson, thank you for

that. We will check in with you at

half past. We were hoping it could

skip a generation Working with your

family, Tom Cruise and his sister.

Can it work? Has anyone out there have

have had bad experiences or good

experiences? It is hard to fire

your sister. My sister worked with

me for a while and we had a

terrific time What did she say

about it though? Exactly right,

good point. Thanks for bringing that up.

Ahead on the show,

the legal picture on those anti-terror arrests. And the Muslim community fears of a backlash.

That's after the 7 o'clock news. Later, the latest winner of our True Blue Award. This is Sunrise, Aussie-made and Proud.

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How true is that? That is Nat We

are keeping the makers of tomato

sauce up. As part of our Aussie-made and Proud campaign, we want to encourage you to get to know your neighbours. What better way than by throwing a big street party. If you reckon your street deserves a Sunrise Street Party, write to us and tell us why.

Perhaps you live in a neighbourhood where everyone mows each other's lawns or simply says g'day to each other. We'll be holding five of these street parties across the country. So head to the web site and get nominating.

I am so excited about this. Are

you going to all of them I don't

think we can make all of

think we can make all of them. Why

don't we all go to one? Does anyone

mow each other's lawns? John has

occasionally mow our neighbours.

Our gorgeous neighbour Lois whizs

out and gets our washing. You

should nominate your street So she

breaks into your yard to get there?

breaks into your yard to get there?

We have a hole in the fence.

Whenever I can't find my key I go

visit her. Don't forget today is

g'day Australia Day. Go up to

anybody and say g'day. Put a smile

on their face. In fact Kerry

on their face. In fact Kerry said I

thought I would send in my g'day to

you guys from Kerry. Thank put for

that It is such a simple thing. It

makes you feel good and it makes

them feel good. There you go. What

else is happening today. Time now for the Thought of the Day. It's from Richard Glover's series How to Tell If You're an Australian. "On the beach

"all Aussies hide their keys and wallet "by placing them inside their sandshoes. "No thief has ever worked this out.

"We may have really stupid thieves or really stinky sandshoes." If you have an Aussie Thought of the Day just log onto our web site to email it to us.

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introduce his wife? Meet patty. Still to come how some light housework can burn up those calories. And we'll chat to Ada and Chris about the Dancing With The Stars finale. Straight ahead

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Just ahead, we'll get the legal picture on those anti-terror arrests in Sydney and Melbourne.

An email from Tanya in WA and she

says just checked on my children.

My daughter three and a half and my

son seven months and I feel that

tightening of the chest and would

do anything to protect them. We

talk about the injustices in our

country. We ask why do people think

they have a right to attack other

people. People are

people. People are cite sizing the

anti-terrorist laws. Why would you

not want the toughest laws possible.

It

sort of reflect fz the views we are getting on the email. Criminal lawyer David Galbally QC will offer his insight, and we'll also seek reaction from the Muslim community. Then later this hour, Pete Blasina shows off the latest wireless music technology, and Sunrise personal trainer Heidi Di Santo

has details on the non-gym work-out. But now it's over to Nat for the latest news. Good morning, everyone. Australian Federal Police have raided another home in Sydney's south-west overnight as part of an ongoing counter-terrorism operation.

Officers spent the night searching the home. So far no-one's been arrested. Australian Federal Police officers were called up again last night. The target - a house in Glenview Avenue, Revesby in Sydney's south-west. About 20 police raided the home while a man and three women were forced to wait outside. The relentless police and media attention in the area Officers photographed the front yard and collected forensic samples. One witness has told Seven News he saw police take away a man, his wife and two young children. The relentless police and media attention in the area over the past 24 hours has everyone on edge. A Molotov cocktail was thrown at a police car outside the nearby Auburn Police Station. In the aftermath of the raids he's not interested in vindication. he's not interested in vindication. John Howard says I've only ever set out to do everything I can to protect the security of the Australian public. As for any suggestion the operation was politically motivated...

I don't direct the police. The police act independently of government, as they should.

Among the Islamic community there are fears of a backlash. And I want the government to give protection to the innocent Muslims, who the vast majority of them are. This is not directed towards them and we need their help. We need the Islamic community's help and the broader community's help. The police may well come to rely on that assistance with promises of more raids in the coming weeks. The flood emergency has eased in the central west of New South Wales after waters began receding overnight. The towns of Eugowra, Molong, Trundle and Wagga Wagga have been declared natural disaster areas. Emergency services spent the night monitoring local waterways but the flood waters didn't rise as high as initially feared. At the moment we've got some minor flooding, several evacuations,

but thankfully no real damage. Around 100 residents will return to their homes this morning after being evacuated from Eugowra overnight. The French Prime Minister has declared a state of emergency in the country's riot-hit estates after a 12th night of unrest. The decree allows the mayors of Paris' turbulent suburbs

to impose whatever curfew they feel necessary to halt the country's worst civil unrest in decades.

In the city's north, hundreds attended a night-time memorial for a 61-year-old man who died after being bashed by a rioting teenager. The urban unrest is thought to have sparked a series of copycat attacks in the working class districts of Berlin.

Rioters torched more than 10 cars in the German capital, prompting police to step up patrols. In Belgium, five cars were set on fire in the capital, Brussels. Also making news this Sunrise - The injured daughter of former Wallabies captain Phil Kearns has moved from a critical condition to serious but stable more than two weeks more than two weeks after Andie was run over in the driveway of her family's Sydney home.

Japan is culling 170,000 chickens after the deadly bird flu virus was detected at a farm near Tokyo. And a cargo plane has ploughed into a supermarket in the US State of New Hampshire. Amazingly the pilot suffered only minor injuries. The aircraft clipped the corner of the building shortly after take-off. Checking finance news.

US stocks have fallen amid concerns the boom in the housing market is coming to an end. The Aussie dollar has sunk to its lowest level this year. Sport is next with Mark Beretta and a former Super 12 coach offers Eddie Jones some advice. Former Queensland Reds coach John Connelly says the Wallabies have lost their invincible aura. The squad is suffering from their worst losing streak in 36 years. Connelly says there were plenty of players at the top of their game when Australia was dominate in the late '90s. He says Eddie Jones should give youngsters a shot before the next World Cup but the coach is standing firm. I think the team is coping fairly well. We are obviously as disappointed as anyone with our results but there is plenty of work ethic and we are going to turn it around. They will have that opportunity when they take on the old enemy Sunday morning at Twickenham which can be seen right here on Seven.

Australian coach Wayne Bennett will give Craig Gower the captain's role for the first time when the Kangaroos meet France in a one-off Test on Sunday morning. Gower will also take to the field at five-eighth after Darren Lockyer was ruled out because of a broken bone in his foot. Former Australian captain and selector Allan Border says current selectors should take a punt on youth for the rest of the Test series against the West Indies. Border says five bowlers should be taken into the next Test in Hobart to see whether the side can cope.

Scott Draper has made the jump from tennis to golf. He has hung up his racquet to focus fully on what he hopes will be a flourishing golf career.

I wish I had half that talent.

Quick email, someone please wake

Kochie up he is dreaming if he

reckons Daryl Somers could be the

next Tom Jones. I don't know. We

could have him come on the plaza

and just prove. I thought he did a

terrific job. Well done to Daryl.

Grant's checking on the floods around Eugowra in central-west New South Wales. Good morning.

That is right. When these near

record daily rainfall of about 130

record daily rainfall of about 130

millimetres fell, bad things were

expected for the low-lying regions.

We just took a drive through the

centre of town and locals have woke

up to find about a metre of water

lying in the shops in the

mainstream of town. Damage is

limited. Only 20 of about 670 local

residents decide today evacuated.

The reason the water hasn't been a

great concern considering the

amount of rainfall because there

hasn't been much rain south of the

region. The river systems were not

as clogged as in 1990 when the town

went under. That is what is happening here. Warm, humid, northerly winds will trigger afternoon showers and storms across north-east New South Wales and south-east Queensland. A cool change will spread light showers across South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania. A ridge will clear isolated showers from south-west WA.

The rezdints are pretty resilient

this way. The worst

flood they had

seen was in 1990 and they don't

mind sticking it out. They got

photos of locals sitting in waist

deep water Swim to the bar in the

floods. Glad to see it is such a

beautiful day. Hopefully all the water runs off quickly. To more on the terrorist raids in Sydney and Melbourne. 17 people were arrested and police now say there could be more but just how strong is the case against them? David Galbally is a prominent criminal lawyer. Good morning to you. Firstly, what charges have been laid?

The first charge that has been laid

is one of directing a terrorist act.

Another charge is one that is

preparing for a terrorist act. And

the third one is being a member of

a terrorist organisation. The first

two charges, the preparation and

carries a life sentence, maximum

penalty. The second one directing a

25-year maximum penalty and being a

member of a terrorist organisation

carries a 10-year maximum penalty.

That last one, how is that

defined? A terrorist organisation

is defined as being an

organisation that directly or

indirectly enhances or causes a

terrorist act. A terrorist act is

an act that directly or indirectly

intends to cause harm to the public

for the purposes of advancing a

political, reliej us or I'd logical cause What do prosecutors have to do to prove their case? The first step the

prosecution has to prove is that

each of the individuals intended to

harm the public and intended to

belong to an organisation that was

- that fulfiled that definition,

that is going to harm or have

intention to harm the public. Every

criminal case is difficult because

the burden of proof is on the

prosecution and the standard of

proof is beyond reasonable doubt so

all cases are difficult to prove.

How do the courts handle this?

Often lawyers say new laws are

tough to enforce because there is

no legal precedence that

prosecutors can call on? Will that

tb the case in this instance or are

the laws so clearly defined that

that should not be an issue? The

law appears to be clearly defined

but each case depends on the facts.

There will be evidence that has

been collected in a number of ways. Firstly, telephone intercept of conversations between the accused

and other people. The evidence of

the purchase of chemicals and

evidence of the individuals getting

together and training. If the

prosecution is able to introduce

all that evidence and all that

evidence clearly shows that the

individuals intended to cause harm

to the public for the advancement

of a cause, they will prove their case beyond reasonable doubt Police and politicans say the arrests couldn't have happened without last week's changes to anti-terrorism legislation. What was the change that enabled these to happen?

The important change that took

place was the changing of the

phrase "The act" to "An bgt act".

Previously you had to prove what

the act was that was going to be

taken. By changing the word it toa

you don't have to prove that. You

just have to show there was an

intention and not nominate what was

going to be blown up or who was

going to be shot at We appreciate

your time this morning. We will

talk to you soon I am sure.

the threat was imminent The authorities told us but was that really the case?

Aldo Borgu is a terrorism expert in Canberra. with the Strategic Policy Institute Good morning. the threat was? How serious do you believe

That is one of the problems. It is

hard to judge based on the

information we are being drip fed

at the moment. You can judge it on

how seriously the police took it by

the resources they put in. The

reality we won't know how serious

or imminent it was without knowing

the details of the charges brought

against them let alone the evidence

that is being used against them. being members of a terrorist group. The charges against the men include in Australia? How many have been banned

There are currently 18 Islamic

extremist groups that are on the

government's prescribed list. This is confusing about what is

happening at the moment. There is

no indication they were formally

members of the organisation or

supporters of them. There is

confusion about being a member

indicates one of those groups or a

group that these guys formed for

the purpose of this operation. which group these men belong to? Do we have any idea

No, there is a lot of speculation.

Certainly before these raids there

were a lot of attention on Pakistan

Kashmiry group. There was

speculation there was an Algerian

because of the arrest of Abu back

kir. For them to be formally

involved would be a step up. You

mentioned Abu back ir he is the

alleged ringleader. Can you tell

Tuesday a little more about him. He

was the one supporting Osama bin

Laden, is that right? He is on the

record as praising bin Laden as a

great man. Se a dual citizen S he

has been in this country for 16

years and has a reputation of being

a fire brand cleric but has gone on

the record saying he is not

involved in terrorism. It will be

interesting to see what the actual

evidence is against him because he

is being charged with directing

the activities of a terrorist

organisation. Thank you for that.

We really appreciate your time this

morning. We are being drip-fed the

information at the moment and no

doubt we will be talking to you

later when we get a clearer insight.

all Australians on edge The arrests have put in the Islamic community. but tension is especially high Yesterday a Channel 7 cameraman of the arrested terror suspects was attacked by friends

outside a Melbourne court. In Sydney's Lakemba, for the Australian Government. messages on the streets show hatred with Muslim leaders. In a moment we will talk has this background report. But first Adrian Brown Not everyone applauded the arrests, Renoun Street this morning. or the attention they brought messages from those who believe

our government and George Bush are the real enemy. A day that was all about national security

left some feeling unsafe in their homes, fleeing with their possessions and the family pet.

Others were struggling to come to terms with it all. It's very, very scary, actually. It's not safe living on the street at all. Of course I worry, because it not something happen like that in my street. It is a neighbourhood with a distinct Middle Eastern character and where some fear the new anti-terror laws the Muslim community. will unfairly target the Muslim community. The general reaction is one of, I suppose, consternation and suspicion, or even fear. And that was all too evident on the streets of Lakemba today. REPORTER: What do you think about the raids that happened this morning? They distrust the media almost as much as the new police powers. I'm concerned that, you know, the laws will be abused and used by the police to target people just because they want to get political mileage out of it. I would hope that our fellow Australians will still see us as neighbours and wait until the courts decide on this matter.

It is understood that the men arrested here

were all members of an Islamic group known as Salafi,

which means "descendents of the Prophet". They are staunch fundamentalists, hold extreme views and, in Australia, could number up to 10,000. And now, almost certainly being watched. Such behaviour has Muslim leaders concerned about a community backlash. To discuss this, we're joined by Islamic leader, Keysar Trad and author Randa Abdel-Fattah. Good morning. What's the response in the Muslim community to these arrests?

The Muslim community are reserving

judgment. We are waiting for the

courts to decide. We are supporting

the police and calling on people to

the police and calling on people to

who has information to assist the

police to come forward. Moroney

came out and voiced his

appreciation and we appreciate that.

Information about the suspects had

been with the media for days in

advance and some names have been

floated as about six months ago.

This is certainly something that

was not done with the normal level

of discretion that you would expect in such operations Are you surprised by the arrests?

You could see it coming because

the information had been leaked? We

knew there was an investigation.

Commissioner Moroney was saying

that some of these people were seen

purchasing materials used in

explosives. A chemical company

tipped the police off and said they

thought it could be happening

because it was purchased from them.

This is the issue that people are

acting on suspicion something that

anyone can purchase because of

someone of a

someone of a Muslim background...If

I purchased the same chemicals you

wouldn't be suspicious of you? I

would never be suspicious of you.

It is something that would spark

authorities. It depends if you work

in the industry. You don't Maybe we

should register these people. I

don't know what the solution to

that is but we have a society that

is alert and reporting to

authorities and just the fact that

we are on an alert level it should

give great reassurance to the

public that police are pursuing every lead.

Randa, what do you say to other Australians, who see messages of hate on the streets of Sydney.

Is it understandable that the rest of community is concerned?

I think that it is important to

realise that Australian Muslims are

as concerned about the possibility

of terrorist attacks as other

Australians and we are not a

separate community. We are part of

the community and we are as

concerned as other members of the

community. There should not be this

fear and mistrust because it leads

to a sense of a lean nation and

people should realise we are just

as committed and loyal to Australia

as other Australians and we are

just as concerned about terrorism

Every group has it, that rat bag

minority that isn't representative

of the vast majority of Muslims?

The language that we use in

describing criminal activity is

having an effect. By prefixing the

word Islamic there is a cumulative

effect in the way people perceive

Muslims. These headlines don't

exist in a vacuum. They come with

judgments behind them and people

are only introduced to Muslims

through these headlines and people

will think we spend our weekends in

the garage making bombs. What

should we do to counteract to that?

I have a degree of fear since September 11 and the terrorism

around the world. We sit here today

I would like to think that anybody

is doing any suspicious alleged

terror related activity be pounced

upon whether they be Muslim or

whatever religion? We need to

ensure that we don't

marginalise...How do we do that?

Drop the ethnic label and label

criminals as criminals. We have a tradition in this country of

playing the ball and not the man.

We are playing a whole religion and

we have to move away from that in

the interest of a cohesive society.

That happened before particularly

in the northern Irish situation

years and years ago and there was

some Catholic priest who supported

the IRA here in Sydney and there

was a huge outcry against him. When

religion comes into it and

particularly when there is a Muslim

cleric arrested at the same time I

suppose you can't help but refer to

the Islamic religion There are

issues whether he is a genuine

cleric. Just because someone wears

a long white shirt it does not mean

- You are disowning him He has been

disowned for a long time. He might

have support from a small number of

people. Regardless of that, you get

extremists from all walks of life.

The only two convicted were two in

Victoria who are not Islamic at all.

Their case is under appeal. Back to

the Irish example, you don't hear

the Christian or the In northern

Ireland. There to some extent but

not in the rest of the world. The

views are not pole rised. There is

so much misconceptions out there

about Islam. A big part understands

kathol six. The Anglican

church...Do you need to educate us?

There is so much fear and

misunderstanding about the Islamic

religion. These headlines don't

help because if we make a

distinction between criminal acts

and religion and then we recognise

it for what it is, criminal

activity. We have to continue to

disown them who put them as Muslim

clerics and people that they are

charlatans And they are innocent unt

proven guilty Eight months pregnant.

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Now to the news of this Wednesday morning. Here's Nat. Good morning, everyone. The Australian Federal Police have spent the night searching a home in Revesby in Sydney's south-west as part of an ongoing counter-terrorism operation. Officers took photos of the front yard and collected forensic samples. They also inspected a car parked in the driveway. A man and three women were forced to wait outside. No arrests were made. The relentless police and media attention in the area over the past 24 hours has communities on edge. Police are searching for three men after a Molotov cocktail was thrown at a police car outside the Auburn Police Station. The Federal Police are warning of more counter-terror raids and arrests to come. 17 men have been charged for allegedly belonging to a terrorist organisation

and conspiring to commit a terrorist act. Criminal lawyer David Galbally has told Sunrise the community needs to remember all suspects are innocent until proven guilty. The first step the prosecution have to prove is that each of the individuals intended to harm the public and intended to belong to an organisation

that fulfilled that definition. Yesterday's raids came just days after changes to Australia's anti-terrorism legislation. Meantime Muslim leaders are pleading for calm in the wake of the anti-terror raids. The Federation of Islamic Councils says there's been an element of fear and insecurity in the Islamic community since September 11,

but Islamic leader Keysar Trad has told Sunrise he is concerned the media was tipped off before the raids. This is certainly something that was not done with the normal level of discretion you would expect in such operations. The president of Islamic Councils, Dr Ameer Ali,

is hoping to raise his concerns with the Federal Government today.

Around 100 residents will return to their homes in central New South Wales today after a flooding emergency in the region which has now eased.

The town of Eugowra has been declared a natural disaster area. There's also been flood damage in Molong, Trundle and Wagga Wagga. Emergency services spent the night monitoring local waterways but the flood waters didn't rise as high as initially feared. The damage bill is expected to run into the millions.

The French Government has announced plans to impose curfews in Paris suburbs that have erupted in violent riots for the 12th consecutive night. Rioting teenagers torched almost 1,200 cars and attacked police in a number of estates around the country. The French Prime Minister has defied calls from the conservative right to send in the army. He has given local mayors the right to impose curfews and raid homes

to curb the violence. The condition of ex-Wallaby captain Phil Kearns' injured daughter has improved. Andie Kearns has moved from critical to serious but stable more than two weeks after being accidentally run over by her father on the family's driveway. The 19-month-old remains in intensive care suffering abdominal injuries from the accident. Andie is slowly being eased off a ventilator

and is said to be aware of her surroundings. Sport is next with Mark Beretta.

And Guus Hiddink keeping them guessing. The Socceroos coach will take a gamble

and start Harry Kewell in the World Cup qualifier against Uruguay. Kewell has fully recovered from a double groin surgery but has played just 179 minutes of top-flight football since May. Hiddink believes Kewell's presence on the field

will provide a huge lift for the rest of side. Australian batsman Mike Hussey is hopeful of retaining his place in the Test side against the West Indies is named when the team for the second Test this week. Hussey made a slow start to his Test career in Brisbane with a combined knock of 30, but he should have another chance to impress after regular opener Justin Langer ruled himself out of selection still suffering from a rib injury.

Australian Rugby Union boss Gary Flowers says coach Eddie Jones' position is under review. Jones is contracted until the 2007 World Cup but Flowers says if results don't go the Wallabies' way on the current tour Jones would be held accountable. The pair is expected to meet when the team arrives back from the UK.

For Sydney Swans fan the

premiership Cup continues. They are

taking around Australia How many

groins do you have? The same groin

Double groin is a strange term. Well, he

Well, he is good. That is not near

the AC joint? No. With all the

injuries we become medical

professionals. Who has ever heard

of a cruciate ligament? Liz Ellis. Let's get a check of today's weather from Grant in Eugowra, New South Wales.

We got a firm grasp of the

situation out here this morning.

Perfect conditions for drying out

one's town. We took a drive through

about a ... I think we just lost

Grant. We can see you but we can't Grant. We can see you but we can't

hear you I hope the people

Eugowara. In the tradition of sendin

Simon Reeve to the beached whales.

They send they will get record levels and can

levels and can you send Grant so we

did: There is just a bit of water

in your pipe snz It was a close

call. It was only because the river

system down stream was so empty

that it didn't backlog it and

didn't override the town. Good

situation here this morning. One of the other towns

the other towns was in the firing

line was Minora. Wendy is on the

line with us as we speak. You were

in the line of fire. How did you

fare? It was hit really hard and I

don't know how the towns people are

going to recover. Is it that

going to recover. Is it that

serious? It is that serious. We

hear stories of incidents...Pardon.

We hear stories of incidents that a

horse floated through a window of a

local cafe. How do you describe the

level of damage? It is horrific. It was

was if it had been hit by a cyclone.

Cafes, supermarkets, fuel is the

same. Everything that we have...the

business community will not be able

to walk in and mop up like they

have in previous years. We are very

sorry to hear that. We wish you the

very best if recovery from here on

very best if recovery from here on

in. We hope the city gets the 's

answer that it requires. Let's

a look at the weather where you are.

Strong evidence of the hit and miss Strong evidence of the hit and miss

nature of the spring storms at this

time of the year. Two very

different stories as you just heard

of the central west region of New

South Wales It is good to know that

it is not bad there but...It is

awful We wish you all the best in

the recovery. If you are in the area

area drop us an email if you do have access to a computer. On the way how to burn up calories without ever setting foot in the gym, and the new way of getting the road safety message through to schoolkids. Next, the new way of getting your digital snaps printed. Pete Blasina looks at developments in photo kiosks when Sunrise continues.

The Sunrise technology segment is proudly brought to you by Mitsubishi Motors. Pretty much everyone is familiar with automatic teller machines at the bank but what about automatic photo kiosks for our digital snaps? Fuji has a new model which can even print pictures from your mobile phone camera. Sunrise gadget guy Pete Blasina is here to tell us more. Good morning.

A lot of people are leafing their

photos in the phone or on the

camera and transferring it into the

computer and not printing it out.

This makes it so easy. You use

your phone with blue tooth or

Just slide infrared or using a memory card.

Just slide it in. It is so simple,

everything is touch screen. We go

to digital prints. We go to snart

media. It is really easy. You got

all your photos there. If you want

to edit it and we turn it around.

Turn it around and phones - Is it

someone ringing you?

someone ringing you? Must be Do you

want me to answer it? Hi, Pete 's

phone. Hello? You want milk? No

problem. I will pick it up on the

way home You can turn it black and

white. And the photo really does -

I just think it is great. The I just think it is great. The

quality of the photos are

tremendous. Look at that. They are

very persistent. Obviously they are

watching Channel 9. How much does

it cost? It varies from place to

place. You are looking at 29 cents

a print. When you are ready to go,

out a you go continue and it prints you

out a receipt and your photos come

out through this. If you want to

order bigger ones, you can do that

as well. Oh Peter?

The next thing with your photos, me

moment owe. We did this before but

it is a

it is a great way of putting your

photos on the web and watching them

and printing them out. You can put

an album together and you can see

the album itself. This is quin's

first six months and you click on

it page by page so you can see it

before you have it printed and then

it comes to you as the printed

album. Is that

album. Is that expensive? It works

out to a couple dollars a page.

They have also produced a diary

which has just been released. You

can put photos on diary pages like

that. It is really smart to do The

software is free You go to the site

up load all your photos and up load all your photos and then

you get a preview of what the album

is going to look like. Very cool.

You got some music stuff for us?

This looks cool. This is called the

Philips wireless music centre. It

has a hard drive in it. You put

your disk in and then you just

from simply access the music directly

from here. So from the hard drive

and it has a satellite unit. This

is a satellite unit over there. It

can be in a different room? Yes.

You can have up to five satellites.

If I go to another room it switches

off there and turns on here. If you

got five in the house, each got five in the house, each one can

be listening to a different track

So you have five of these and one

of those? Yes. The kids could be

listening to Nelly and we could be

listening to Daryl's new CD in the

lounge room It has a follow-me

function. If you walk into function. If you walk into the

kid's room does it overwrites Nelly

remote. with Daryl? Only if you use the

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