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(generated from captions) investigating the Sydney bomb hoax. Gai Waterhouse assists police the hunt for the intruder, This morning - Maddie's recovery to the bizarre story. and the novel twist Fears of another financial crisis, Europe's economic cold. as America catches trapped under the sand The frantic rescue of a teenager collapsed. when the hole he was digging of penny-pinching royals. The new breed to perform the band's biggest hits. Aussie music stars come together this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, here's Kochie and Mel. Now, live from Brekky Central, Good morning. this morning. We're celebrating the Beatles That means you are going to be singing all morning, doesn't it? That's great. They don't make music like that anymore. Well they do this morning. have formed an act Six of our best rockers Fab Four classics later in the show. and they'll perform some Classics and we will have lots of Beatles trivia too. And also, Warnie. No, that's only half of Warnie, where is the other half? In his lips. He is wasting away. Or is his head just getting bigger. It doesn't look like Warnie anymore. He's not craggy in the face anymore. The rugged. The rugged.. He needs to change his name to the artist formerly known as Maybe he is worried about his Warnie.

shares. It's awful. More on that later. Let's kick it off with the news. is believed to have spoken to police Horse trainer Gai Waterhouse as they investigate the bomb attack Madeleine Pulver. on Sydney school girl on the same street as the Pulvers Waterhouse, who lives acting suspiciously claims have seen people left attached to a fake collar bomb. around the time the 18-year-old was last night. The Pulver family arrived back home to get on with her life But she is now as eager as we are respect our privacy. so, again, I ask you to sincerely to speak to Madeleine again. Police are hoping the Australian share market today It could be a bloodbath on went into freefall this morning. after US and Europe stocks shortly after the opening bell The Dow Jones was down 353 points as investors around the world grow increasingly pessimistic about the economic outlook. Today's loses have wiped out any gains the Dow has made for the year. European stocks were down by at least 2% because of concerns Italy and Spain may need help from the EU. Officials from Malaysia have arrived on Christmas Island to monitor the removal of asylum seekers under the government's deportation deal. I'm here to be given some briefings on the process at work and some time to observe. This is a very good opportunity for us to see the good work that's being done here. The first asylum seekers detained under the swap deal with Malaysia arrived on Christmas Island yesterday. The Immigration Minister says Tiger Airways will remain grounded until at least next week after the air safety regulator asked for more safety documentation. The Civil Aviation and Safety Authority says deficiencies in areas such as pilot training and aircraft operations still need to be addressed. The budget airline was hoping to return to the skies today after being grounded on the 1 July. Tiger has revealed it's lost around $20 million. Our tourism industry has taken another hit with a record number of Australians choosing to take a break overseas. According to the latest Bureau of Statistics figures there's been a six-figure increase in some destinations abroad. Trips to the US and Indonesia were at record levels in June. Experts say the figures are a blow to local economy and the retail sector. Coming up - how you can go behind the scenes of Sunrise. But first it's over to Kochie. For more finance. No. No. No. I don't care about that, I just don't want to do finance. Do you really want it? Here it comes. Oh!!!! No. 512 points down. That's 4.

512 points down. That's 4.3% 512 points down. That's 4.3%. Even Oh!!!! No. 512 points down. That's 4.3%. Even worst than London was down 3. worst than London was down 3.4 all because of the fear that Italy and Spain have caught the debt contagion in Europe and may need bailing out. It is an ugly, ugly, ugly night on financial markets around the world. The Dow finished close to lows for the day as well. To our yesterday, look, the Dow was up slightly. We thought it would be a the day as well. To our region

better day but the nervousness started in our region yesterday. Today commodities: Oil has dropped significantly because of the fear the world could be going into global recession. Oil down to 86 US dollar a barrel. Let's get more on this. The definition of panic in financial markets is what you saw last night. Craig James, can you believe it? No I can't believe it, if you told me one factor, something happened and caused the Dow to go down 500 points and I would believe it. But if you look up panic selling in the drikzary -- dictionary drikzary -- dictionary this drikzary -- dictionary this is what you would see. Now it is up to policy makerers to provide stability. It is fear. The Europeans have got to stand behind Spanish debt, Italian debt, Portuguese debt. They need assurance with liquidity. But the European But the European central bank, their version of our Reserve Bank and Federal Reserve in America came out version of our Reserve Bank and the and said they were buying government bonds of some of the European countries which was meant to settle the market down, instead it set it plunging? Smo Yes, Perhaps it now requires International Monetary Fund to say we are going to stand behind it as Perhaps it now requires the

well. We know Italy is making the right moves. We know these countries are making the right moves to improve their finances. Now we need the major policy makers such as the IMF to say, " IMF to say, "It is not a problem for us. If you continue to sell, we will continue to buy because we believe these countries are doing the right

thing." We will catch up with you later in the show as we go live to Wall Street for the latest. I hope you have got better news? I will work on it. The AFL is considering a proposal to bring back State of Origin football in 2013. The Origin concept was warehoused back in 1999 but it's now back on the agenda after a meeting between club bosses and the AFL yesterday. The league is also looking at bringing in a mid-season trade window next year which could see players switching clubs during the season. Round 20 gets under way at Etihad Stadium tonight with St Kilda up against Fremantle. The Cowboys have lost damaging winger Kalifa Fai Fai Loa to a hamstring injury for tonight's encounter with the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium. Bill Topou comes onto the wing for what will be the first time the two sides have met since the now-infamous game that sparked the NRL betting scandal last year. In tonight's other match, the Dragons will be out to snap a 2-match losing streak when they tackle the Wests Tigers at the SFS. The Wallabies will wrap up their preparations today for the Bledisloe Cup opener in Auckland tomorrow night. Coach Robbie Deans is tipping another epic encounter and has promised not to shackle his creative players. Quade Cooper is likely to be stationed on the wing in defence and All Blacks coach Graham Henry is confident his side will be able to isolate the talented playmaker. I would not be so sure. Turn it on, boys, that's what we want. The flair. The fire. The All Blacks have got the grunt and the meanness, we have got the flair. The skills, the talent and the ticker. That's where it all boils down to, the ticker. Don't tell us, tell them. Tell the team. Start with us, we will convince ourselves. We don't need to be geeed up. Lib says you want to go out to dinner tomorrow and I said, " dinner tomorrow and I said, "A late one." Grant is still a bit crook this morning so we are going to give you your Friday forecast. Sunrise weather is warming up to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Save 50% of your second lamp only at Beacon. Sale on now. Another beautiful day in Sydney. to the beaches, get out to the cafes, have your Another beautiful day in Sydney. Get

It's enough to get anyone outdoors, isn't it? I think I know what happened to Grant, I am going through the Confidential, and it says Grant, host of 'Australia's Got Talent' is having a latte. Maybe he stopped for a coffee on the way from the doctor. Yes, best wishes. Tell us your stories of being caught out taking a sicky, where you have been sprung. Not that that is related to anything happening here. No, no. Ahead - the push for retailers to open 24/7 to combat online sales. Also, the Beatles' biggest hits. The Aussie music stars with a very special concert. But next, behind the scenes of Sunrise. It's live and it's uncut. OK, so NIB offers great value health cover that gets the way you live. And Hospital and Extras packages start from just... ..$11.95 a week for singles. Visit nib.com.au. It's worth it. How you can break free. James Tobin is powering Australian smiles for Oral B. First stop, Brisbane and Sea World. Weekend Sunrise. We love to do things a little bit differently here at Sunrise. A little. Thinking outside the square. And this morning we're trying something Follow me, Beretts. This is the edge. no-one on Australian TV has tried before. Google's social networking site Google+ has just become the fastest growing website ever. It has 25 million users since its debut in June. That's equivalent to about one million new visitors a day. So, with the help of some social networking we're inviting you behind the scenes. Thanks to technology like Google+ the team at Yahoo7 and Telstra's Next G Wi-Fi network you'll be able to see and hear everything that's happening back here all streamed live on our website. We'll have five cameras. One here on the studio set. There's had crew, can you see all that? The crew turning it around. Exhibit A. that? The crew turning it around. Exhibit A. One in the green room. Make-up. The news room.

And the nerve centre. Come with me, We don't do befores do we? here, into the control room. Okay, follow me, follow me, thank you, Matty well done, that's a bit close, isn't it, this time of the morning. Here we are control room, say hello. Hello! And They swear a lot here, so we have a beep button and a swear jar and you can see what's happening here, live. Now, see the beauty of Google+ Now, see the beauty of Google+, can do this on Skype, but I do it Now, see the beauty of Google+, you with Sam in Vietnam and mum from her home, we get together and have a chat with the grandkids home, we get together and have a chat with the grandkids chat with the grandkids but home, we get together and have a chat with the grandkids but with Google+ chat with the grandkids but with Google+, it is there instantly, you don't have to book in. You can just drop in and it is what we are asking you to do today. Just drop in to the Sunrise web site. Maybe on your you can follow us on the bus or train to work, or whatever, and we Sunrise web site. Maybe on your iPad

will have five cameras all around the place. Very cool. Love it. I think it is hilarious everyone in front of the studio waving live we've never seen a camera before. I'm on TV! Hi, mum! You come back out here, that is very, very cool. We will all behave ourselves. We have have dress nicely, head to toe. Coming up - would you sell your kidney for cash? Also, the wealthy parents hiring security guards to look after their children. Plus, the man who takes couch surfing to a whole new level. This is Sunrise on Seven. to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Save 50% of your second lamp only at Beacon. Sale on now. Making news this Sunrise, the slim 'Spin King'. New photos of Shane Warne show he's lost even more weight - 12kg in 4 months. Warney's been dropping the pounds since hooking up with Liz Hurley and now there's talk he's addicted to a diet shake. Whatever his secret it sure appears to be working. But tell us what you think about the new-look Shane Warne. He looks very... Healthy. Or has he gone too far. Looks very fan scaped. It's a full workover. Metrosexualized. He does appear to have lost a lot. Good on him, one should be healthy and not carry weight and look after yourself, which he does but he has got to extremes. He has come a long way from the baked beans being shiped to Sri Lanka. There you go. Want to ask Mr David Koch this morning about calls to let Australians sell their kidneys. Some doctors here, I think, actually the medical director of Kidney Health Australia and doctors in the United Kingdom are pushing the idea to boost donation rates. In Britain they are talking about a year's salary for a kidney, kidney Health Australia reckons if Aussies support the idea we should trial it. Would you sell a kidney? Would you buy a kidney? Should we go down this path? Cash for organs? The whole ethical issue? Do we want to get into organ trade. But if we do, what is the, where does it go? What is wrong, I am just playing devil's advocate. If it is properly monitored. You can do a kidney exchange, if you have got a friend or relative who needs a kidney and you are not a match, you can say, hey I'll go ina pool to donate my kidney to somebody else when there is a match for my friend or relative. For somebody else too. I just think the whole thing of money, do we get into black market kidneys and these horrible stories you hear from South America. But does it cover people's medical expenses. To go to hospital, time off work, it is very expensive. I can see the other side but I am uncomfortable. Speaking of health, Mel has come up with a new health commercial, she found it on the net. The places I trawl. It stars '80s singer Richard Marks. # Are you feeling lethargic # Have you considered a cleansing colonic # We are clogged up now and again # It's time to take a trip to # It's time to take a trip # It's time to take a trip fount # Fountain # fountain of health # Spread those cheeks # And get your colon clean. Where was I goog taolg find that. Hello, I'm Richard marks and I'm getting a colonic now. That's a cracker, isn't it? That's great. Okay, I am glad you got that one. Also going vireal, an adorable puppy e taking on a hoard of much larger ducks who want to eat his dinner. He holds his ground, the cute puppy seeks reinforcement, rallying his brothers and sisters from the doug house, they don't help but he continues to defend his dish against the ducks and becomes an Internet hit. Also going viral, the real couch surfer. Forget the person camps on your sofa, this guy takes couch surfer. Forget the person who his couch for a spin on the water. his couch for a spin on the water true to form for any good couch surfer, he has a beer in his hands and a hit on his hands. Later, the royals trying to live life on a commoner's budget. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise on the Seven Network. And behind the scenes this morning on the worldwide web. Between 7 and 8.

How amazing is that? That is a photo in Utah. I subscribe to an iPad app called Star Walks. It comes up with these photos all the time that just make your day. You look at it, you look at it and you think, " look at it and you think, "Wow! Smell the roses." Don't you reckon. I reckon that is the I reckon that is the Zion National Park. You are having a lend of me. No. Did someone tell you that in your ear. Okay: The commercial. Don't you reckon you need that sort of stuff to send to you. Nature is amazing. The other one, goodness me, it is Friday. Ahead - an Aussie sports star opens up about his family tragedy. But right now more on the big story of the morning - the massive shares sell-off in New York. Unbelievable. You going to do this one? Pandemonium, markets around the globe remain unstable with the Dow Jones plunging 500 points at the close, 512 to be precise. The freefall started from the opening bell, what are you clapping for? As investors grew pessimistic. If you told me one single factor, something happened and it caused the Dow to go down 500 points and I would believe it but you look up panic selling in the dictionary this is what you would see. panic selling in the dictionary and Huge fears we will go into an international recession, shares shedding 3% shedding 3%. Let's look at the final figures. figures. . European markets got smashed as well. Just extraordinary. shedding 3%. Let's look at the final

To the commodities: You might not believe that oil price. That has dropped a lot overnight. Why? Because global economic recession means lower demand for oil, pushes the oil price down. The Aussie dollar buying $ down. The Aussie dollar buying $1. down. The Aussie dollar buying $1.-0 4. Going to be an ugly day on our market today, Nat. Going to be an ugly day on our market today, Nat. Yes, thank you very much, Kochie. Other news: Sydney police have spoken to teenager Madeleine Pulver overnight as they try to piece together why she was the target of an elaborate extortion attempt. The 18-year-old spent 10 terrifying hours attached to a fake collar bomb inside her Mosman home. The family arrived back at the house last night and have asked for their privacy. Champion horse trainer Gai Waterhouse is believed to have also spoken to police after she apparently saw some people acting suspiciously around the home. The retail industry has been told to sharpen up its act and adapt to customers' changing needs. A productivity commission report has found shoppers are increasingly turning to the internet to snap up bargains. The government warns it should serve as a wake-up call to retailers to be more innovative. The customer's not dumb. And if the customer's not shopping in your shop it could well be that you need to buy a mirror and have a look at your own performance rather than just blaming everyone else. The report suggested round-the-clock shopping to compete with the internet. IMF chief Christine Lagarde is being investigated over corruption allegations during her time as French finance minister. A court ordered the probe after hearing she authorised a multimillion-dollar payout to end a legal dispute with a former Adidas owner. Lagarde took over as IMF chief in July after former boss Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned after being accused of sexual assault. NASA scientists have discovered the strongest evidence yet of water on Mars. Clusters of trails which fade during winter and reappear in warmer months could be caused by flowing saltwater. If the mysterious streaks prove to be caused by streams of water they could help scientists prove extraterrestrial life exists on the planet. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. Reigning NRL premiers St George Illawarra are determined to make a statement in tonight's clash with the Wests Tigers at the SFS. Dragons coach Wayne Bennett has publicly questioned his side's hunger after two straight losses and the Tigers are expecting Bennett's comments to have the desired effect. Any time your attitude gets questioned, your desire you take that personally. I think those comments would have hit the mark. In tonight's other match, the Cowboys travel to ANZ Stadium to do battle with the Bulldogs. Demons caretaker coach Todd Viney has wasted no time swinging the selection axe in the wake of last week's humiliating loss against Geelong. He's dumped four players including Liam Jurrah and Colin Sylvia for tomorrow's game against Carlton. Elsewhere, Collingwood goal sneak Alan Didak is back from a calf injury and Hawthorn skipper Luke Hodge has overcome a knee problem. St Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt returns from suspension in tonight's encounter with Fremantle at Etihad Stadium. Mark Webber is hoping to use Formula 1's mid-season break to finalise a contract extension with Red Bull. In the meantime, the Aussie ace has been indulging his passion for flying at Red Bull's Austrian headquarters. Webber is currently second in the world championship standings behind team-mate Sebastian Vettel. The F1 season fires back up at the end of the month in Belgium. Nice chopper. Let's have a look at the footy tips for this weekend. There are a couple of games we don't agree on. Good going girl, change of coach. Good theory. Caught me out there. This could turn it around. The girls are throwing the dice here. Big time. This could change momentum. You know what they say. You've got to speculate to accumulate. Is that what they say? Last week? The share market, we just like to keep it close to our chest, not too much. Let's look at the weather. Sunrise weather is warming up to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Save 50% of your second lamp only at Beacon. Sale on now. More warm winter weather for New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland today thanks to some northerly winds ahead of a cool change approaching from the west. The rain and showers in South Australia will ease and extend into Victoria later today. Remaining fine in the west and warm in the north. Darwin is the place to be in winter. Joke of the day. Remember four or five thumbs up gets you a $ five thumbs up gets you a $500 Spreets voucher, the web site with daily deals on restaurants, travel, experiences, tickets the whole thing. It is worth a look. Great bargains there. Joke of the day comes from, comes from Kerv in WA, two comes from Kerv in WA, two blondes, no two ladies of a distinctive hair colour were driving to an air left and they came to a sign that said, " and they came to a sign that said, "Airport left." So they went home. Oh! It is one of the few blonde jokes I haven't heard. Really? Two thumbs up gets you a Kochie's Best Jokes Book Four, Five is on the way. After the break - the 19 children facing deportation to Malaysia. The first big test for the government's asylum-seeker solution. And, a change of pace with a look behind the scenes of Sunrise. Your access-all-areas pass, next. The savings that you make at Bunnings allow you to expand on the projects that you do at home. Euro Reed fencing screen, $19.99. 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# # This morning, Beatle-mania has hit Brekky Central. Six rockers have joined forces for a touring act of the English band's classics. Find out who they are and hear them perform live later in the show. Did you know 'Can't Buy Me Love' was the first album to sell 1 million copies before it was released. Don't look at me quizicly, floor crew. That is how massive they were. The government's asylum-seeker deal with Malaysia is about to face its first big test. In particular, how to treat children who arrive on our shores. The first boatload of people subject to the arrangement arrived at Christmas Island yesterday. And among them are 19 kids. Under the deal with Malaysia, Australia will process and deport asylum seekers within 72 hours. And the government has reaffirmed there won't be any blanket exemptions. So what will happen to the children and other vulnerable asylum seekers? We're joined by the big guns of politics Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey in Melbourne and in Sydney, Environment Minister Tony Burke. Tony, we'll start with you. There are 19 children. Are they really off to Malaysia? There is 19 who, either are children or who are saying they're miners and that's yet that's yet to be checked. But you got to be clear, there are no blankets exemptions. We are making sure people are being treated with dignity and having human right respected but the people smuggler's model we are trying to break does involve, from time to time, children being face down in the water. That is what we are dealing with and trying to stop here. So we can't have blanket exemptions. What do you think should happen to the children? What sort of parent would send their kids by themselves on a dangerous mission In I don't care about the parents, I care about the children. This government said it is going to send the children to Malaysia uncompanied. There is one hospital in Malaysia for refugees that services 93,000 refugees. There is no formal education process. And what? They are just going to send them to Malaysia? Who the United Nations says, even now, refuses to sign the United Nations refugee convention. Whereas under our Nauru solution, we would over sea the education, the hospital care for those children. This is just a bad policy. It is a wrong policy. It is a bad policy. We are not a nation that sends uncompanied children, blindly to another country. We shouldn't be. Well, we will be. Tony, just a point, I am trying to Yeah. figure out why somebody would send a kid here uncompanied. Is this the rational to tear at our heart strings, keep them here and it makes it easier for the parents to follow? I am not going to pretend to understand the rational of the people who run the trade. But is that what happens? If a kid comes here and we settle them here, they can bring the parent and the rest of the family? They are like the decoy for the rest of the family? They would be able to do that if it happens, it is true. Or is it a parent who is so desperate for a child to have future they put them on boat. But they are nine-year-olds? 7-year-olds. But they want them to have a life somewhere. Let's not lose sight of the fact in this trade people drown on the way here. We can't change the reality if you put some sort of incentive that encourages people to put children on, you will end up with children face down in the water. But the bottom line it, if parent engages in an act of bastardry towards the child, we can't make it worse for the child by dumping them in a third country. I am sorry, one evil shouldn't be compounded by another evil by a government. I understand exactly where the government is coming from, I understand the concern about having more children come uncompanied but, ultimately, we got to put the kids first here. I just don't like the idea we are sending them to Malaysia. Okay, get your view on something entirely different. We will talk will talk this later in the show. The retail sector is struggling against online competition. A report is calling for deregulated shopping hours. Open 24 hours a day. Do you think that is what is needed? Any stores that run their own web page have a way of running 24 hours a day at the moment. States regulate this and there is very different cultures of shopping in each state. For myself, I do the late night shopping very regularly when I am out, in part because you have got people in the aisle that can help you find things. But the concept of 24 hours, I think the demand for it is probably over stated but states regulate it, anyone with a web site is open 24 hours. is probably over stated but the

Retailers are doing it tough, Aussie dollar means people are travelling overseas and coming back with suitcases full as we saw with the tourism numbers we saw yesterday, suitcases full of the new winter wardrobe. The exemption of GST for anything under $ anything under $1,000, how can we help retailers survive. Give them flexibility. If they want to open at to open at 3 o'clock in the morning and think they can make a buck, that is fine. Because online storeerize open at 3 -- stores are open three o'clock in the morning but retailers have less flexibility now than they previously had under the industrial relations system and the question is whether they can get affordable labour at 3 o'clock in the morning to compete with the online stores. It is a challenge and everyone to be mindful if they want to see It is a challenge and everyone needs deregulated labour market and retail sector. to be mindful if they want to see a

Just quickly, Wall Street overnight, Europe overnight, former Finance Minister, you come from a Finance Minister, should we pan snk No, you shouldn't panic but this the moment of truth. The debt No, you shouldn't panic but this is of foreign governments are unsustainable. They are the moment of truth. The debt levels

unsustainable. 40% of the US' budget is financed by debt. 4% is financed by debt. 4%. That's the interest payment? No, 40% is how much they have to borrow to fund the budget, not touching the interest payment. The bottom line for us, 73% of Australian government debt is held offshore, so when there is pneumonia offshore, it is going to have a direct impact on us because of our level of debt and the fact that nearly three quarters of the debt is held by people living offshore. It is a simple solution. Be cashed up, the best way to be positioned at the moment for a nation and for an individual is to have cash in the backbank. We haven't got it. We have by comparison low levels of debt. But Kochie you have got to service that debt. Importantly, the debt is growing. It has grown from $ growing. It has grown from $94 billion last year to $110 billion now. If there is another deficit next year because growth is not consistent, trend levels, if growth next year because growth is not at is not at trend levels we will have another deficit and it will keep going. That is the problem at the moment. I know you boys can talk finance all day. All day, all day. I have no doubt, all week, but we will have to say goodbye. Have a good weekend, see you next week. This morning we're inviting you behind the scenes thanks to Google+, Yahoo!7 and Telstra's Next G wi-fi network. we've set up five webcams in areas you don't normally get to see. In just a few minutes you'll be able to log on and watch what else is happening around here, live and uncut. Let's check it out. We have got one here, another one in the Control Room, go to the web site, it is all here. Thought we would show you around, a bit of the background. background. It is called the would show you around, a bit of the Hangout. So everyone is on their best behaviour. All dressed nicely. On Google+ On Google+. this morning's news, sport and weather. Bau Bau , have a seat when you are ready. Then, police manhunt. The search for an extortionist who terrorised a Sydney schoolgirl. There's only one ingredient for quality coffee, the arabica bean. For a chance to win a trip to South America,

home of the arabica bean, plus an iPad every week, visit Nescafe Gold on Facebook for your chance to win. (RHYTHMIC, PERCUSSIVE MUSIC PLAYS) SONG: # Ha, ha, ha # Ha, mmm # Ha, ha, ha # Ha, mmm # Ha, ha, ha # Ha, mmm... # For all the latest news, goss and more, including the new pull-out cooking section. On sale now. Showbiz editor Nelson Aspen joins us. And Avril Lavigne has been given quite a fright on stage in Brazil? What happened? Scary moments when a fan rushed stage with outstretched arms. I want you to take a look at the video and Scary moments when a fan rushed the

see the lightning fast reflexes of the security team and also of Avril herself. Watch. Wow, she was quick. She did have a good attitude bout it. She came back and resumed performing and laughed it off. Well done, Avril. Moving on, and we're getting our first look at the new 'Superman'? I am so excited. You know what I a freak I am about all these 'Superman' kinds of things. These first pictures, I first pictures, I was dubious, British actor Henry Cavill, he is superman, get rid of that picture, he with going to show it to you, she doesn't have the black curl, look at that. Is that superman or is that superman? I am still were aedz about Amy Adams as Lois Lane but I will get over it. Look at that! Notice. I was going to say, notice he doesn't have the little red shorts anymore. Maybe that will be explained. But the last time 'Superman' came to the big screen, you will recall I celebrated from transforming myself from a Clark Kent type to a Lex Kent type to a Lex Luthor type, I don't know, I will get the red S tattooed on my chest if I have to. Well, the red undies aren't being used anymore. Owww... We are talking about when you are get caught out chuck agsicky. What brought it up A story in the paper. Grant is off unwell, but there is something in the paper he was spotted. Picked that up earlier, it 'Australia's Got Talent' host having a Liberal Democratae in Sydney's Picked that up earlier, it says

Santas Cafe. We are not accusing anyone. This from anonymous, I chucked a sicky so I could pick up bargains at the Myer sale. Well done. To my horror, as I walked out of the changing room I walked into my supervisor, evidently she was doing the same thing. She quickly acknowledged me and scurried off in the opposite direction. We have not made eye contact at work since. Go, girls. A bit of a chat about Warnie, Rihanna says he looks terrible, his face is blast plastic and orange, not a good look. He is very slim. And a bit hot and sweaty there too. Now, still ahead on Sunrise this morning - Gai Waterhouse assists police investigating the Sydney bomb hoax. This morning - the hunt for the intruder, Maddie's recovery and the novel twist to the bizarre story. Fears of another financial crisis, as America catches Europe's economic cold. The frantic rescue of a teenager trapped under the sand when the hole he was digging collapsed. The new breed of penny-pinching royals. Aussie music stars come together to perform the band's biggest hits. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Mel. We're celebrating the Beatles this morning. Did you realise John Lennon was the first person ever to grace the cover of 'Rolling Stone' Six of our best rockers have formed an act called the Beatles Back 2 Back and they're going to perform some Fab Four classics later. We might ask them about the words to some of the songs because you boys have both got different versions on a couple of gems, everyone sings their own thing. But if you've just tuned in, a massive plunge on the overnight finance markets. Kochie is right across it. It's set to be a white-knuckle ride on the Australian share market today after overseas stocks recorded dramatic loses. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones closed 512 points lower Stop clapping, start getting the

tissues out. As investors around the world grow increasingly pessimistic about the economic outlook. Thereis a view the global economy will go into recession. European stocks also closed lower, shedding around 3% on concerns Italy and Spain may need help from the European Union. Let's take a look at the numbers now. The Dow is down 512 points. Let's take a look at the numbers now. The Dow is down 512 points. European markets were also smashed. To our region yesterday, and Wall Street being up a bit, the To our region yesterday, and despite fears started here in the Asia-Pacific region. It is why we were down 55 and 56 points. The commodities have taken a hit too. Gold is down a touch. Oil has had a big drop. Why? Because investors say if the world is going to go into a global recession, there will be less demand for oil so the price comes down. To the rest of this morning's news with Nat. Champion racehorse trainer Gai Waterhouse and her husband have expressed their concern and sadness after Sydney teenager Madeleine Pulver was attached to a fake bomb. Mrs Waterhouse is believed to have spoken to police after she apparently witnessed people acting suspiciously around the home. I feel very sorry for the Pulvers. It's a most extraordinary thing, I feel very sad, it's a most terrible thing. She's written on her blog about the incident. Tiger Airways' hopes of returning to the skies have been dealt a blow. The air safety regulator has asked the budget airline to do more work on its documentation before it'll be allowed to fly again. CASA cited deficiencies in areas such as pilot training and aircraft operations that still need to be addressed. Tiger Airways was grounded on the 1 July for flying below height safety limits into Melbourne airports. The airline has announced its Australian business is expected to post another full-year loss following its grounding. A teenager is lucky to be alive after spending more than 30 minutes buried under sand on a California beach. Matt Mina had been digging sand tunnels with friends when the walls caved in. Dozens of beachgoers worked to dig him out Despite hearing rescuers he thought he was going to die. I heard people. I was kind of fading in and out. I was kind of unconscious in the sand and then I was just surprised I was actually being pulled out. The 17-year-old says his digging days are over. Cosmetics giant L'Oreal Paris has chosen a home-grown beauty to be its latest ambassador with Megan Gale announced as the new face at a star-studded event in Sydney last night. I mean, look at the L'Oreal Paris girls, the fact that we have an Australian one for the first time ever is really exciting. Gale follows in the footsteps of celebrities like Beyonce and Andie MacDowell as the face of the global brand. Coming up, authorities raid the home of the woman leading the fight against bats on the Gold Coast. But first it's over to Beretts for sport. North Melbourne legend Glen Archer has accused the AFL of having its head in the sand when it comes to tanking. Sacked Demons coach Dean Bailey has admitted to coaching for draft picks prompting Archer to call for the priority pick rule to be scrapped. But not everyone is convinced that tanking happens. Personally, I don't think it exists because you stick 22 players out there and they have all got something to play for individually and as a team. Round 20 gets under way at Etihad Stadium tonight with St Kilda up against Fremantle. Mercurial Tigers playmaker Benji Marshall will need to be at his absolute best to break down the Dragons in tonight's blockbuster at the SFS. Marshall is likely to be targeted by gun defender Beau Scott who hasn't missed a tackle since back in round 13. We've done a little bit of video work on a couple of players in the team and we've discussed how to handle him. In tonight's other game, the Bulldogs host the Cowboys at ANZ Stadium. Michael Clarke plans to lean heavily on former Aussie captain Ricky Ponting during this month's Test tour of Sri Lanka. Ponting is the only player in the 15-man squad to have played Test cricket in Sri Lanka and Clarke won't hesitate to ask his predecessor for advice. Cameron White's Australian Twenty20 team takes on Sri Lanka tomorrow night. Aussie hurdler Sally Pearson is confident she's on target for the World Championships in Korea later this month. Pearson is competing at the Diamond League meet in London this weekend along with the fastest man over 100 metres this year, Asafa Powell. 24-year-old Pearson will be one of Australia's leading gold-medal hopes on the track at next year's London Olympics. Good luck to the Wallabies this weekend against the all blacks rr. A cracker. Grant is off sick, so let's check your forecast. Sunrise weather is warming up to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Save 50% of your second lamp only at Beacon. Sale on now. Back to the markets, Wall Street has seen a big slump overnight The panic that swept around the world overnight. The Dow Jones experiencing its worst drop in almost three years. European markets were also sharply lower. For more we cross to CNBC reporter Amanda Dury in New York. What's prompted the sell-off? Well I think you have really hit the nail on the head there, Kochie. There was a lot of panic and a lot of fear. You saw that when you watched the volatility index go up. It was indiscriminate selling, all asset classes were going, stocks, even gold a normal safe asset classes were going, bond, haven going dodown because it was liquidity rush. People trying to cover margin calls suffering losses haven going dodown because it was a

in other areas. But it is -s not just too, we have been falllinging for ten days, fears of a double-dip recession, I know you mentioned Europe as well, growing vulnerability in the banking in Europe. In Italy and Spain and it feels people are pulling fund out of vulnerability in the banking system

the banking system and it is creating a credit crunch and we know whait what a credit crunch we had a couple of years ago. It finished on lows. Once markets fall, they trigger sort of computer selling and they break charts. feeds on itself, doesn't it? selling and they break charts. It feeds on itself, doesn't it?? Yes, it really does feed on itself. We saw in the last hour of trade, when the declines really accelerated. A lot of people I was talking to, traders, people in the market were saying it is the machines, not people, you have to remember also that back during the financial crisis and ineconomic crisis that followed a lot of the retail investors, the mums and dads, people like you and people like you and me pulled out of the market because they were so burned and the big flash crash in May of last year they were burned again. It is the big institutions in the markets and they are driven by machines. Bottom line, we don't know if it is still selling tomorrow. A lot of fear about the growth prospects of the US and Europe and buyer default around the globe. We have to see how it all pans out. If you have sitting there wondering what happens overseas uzfect me, the superan what happens overseas uzfect me, the superannuation funds and if our market fallathise same as America -- falls the same as America, that is a 150, 200 point drop on our indices today so serious stuff. Police are still hunting the person responsible for that terrifying bomb hoax involving a Sydney schoolgirl. 18-year-old Maddie Pulver and her family returned to their Mosman home last night. High-profile neighbour Gai Waterhouse has become involved in the investigation, providing police with potentially vital clues. Police are also continuing to examine the extortion note which included references to a historical novel. For the latest on the investigation we're joined by Sunrise Correspondent Edwina Bartholemew at police headquarters. And to look at Maddie's recovery psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg joins us from Melbourne. Eddy, how did Gai Waterhouse become invloved in the investigation? Well, Mel, Gai Waterhouse and the family live on the corner Burrawong Avenue, a few doors up. family live on the corner of She and her driver reportedly told police as the bomb drama was unfolding they saw a man from the Pulver's house, a woman unfolding they saw a man running driving up and down the street looking nervous. The man looking nervous. The man got into the car and sped away at significant speed. She has written a note on her blog saying, " blog saying, "This young lady could easily be affected for life by this horrendous experience. How dare someone violate the privacy that she and her family are entitled to." This firsthand witness account is what the police need. They formed a strike force but they don't have much to go on aside from what Maddie has toad them. Nothing has been released. They will be relying heavily on the Waterhouses heavily on the Waterhouses's information and CCTV from the huge homes around the area and also their home. Maddie spoke to the police yesterday, returning to the home, last last night, at 9. last last night, at 9.30 with her family. They are looking that extortion letter and seeing what clues they can gain. Michael, Maddie's dad says, she is doing well, but to go through something this terrifying, 18, for ten hours, how does she begin to recover? Yes, good morning, Mel. I think the reality is 40% of the kids who go through something like this will experience some level of post traumatic stress. It would be inconceivable for her to be completely unaffected, given the fact she is an 18-year-old girl, sitting at home alone, a masked man breaks into her home, puts a collar around her neck for ten hours she thinks is a bomb it would be very unusual for her not to suffer effects. We would effects. We effects. We waob looking at reliving of the event voidance and hyper arousal and vigilance. But I am sure the people looking after her will monitor her. We have seen she has a lot of support, family, friends, I understand the family has thanked teachers. One question, the family is everyone's main concern, teachers. One question, the Pulver but if I was a neighbour or other people in the wider area or family or friends, they would have to have some worries as well after all this? Yes, three main effects of this, one is elation and relief she has recovered. The second is many families in the situation will push the pause button on the DVD of their life, reevaluate priorities and feel closer to friends and neighbours but sadly, the bad effect is they will feel the world is no longer such a safe place. We often see a fortress mentality emerge. Which particularly, I know, in the area with children have said they had to have conversations with Which particularly, I know, people

their kids and telling them they safe and okay and that is the big their kids and telling them they are concern. As always, Michael good to talk to you. Eddy, let talk to you. Eddy, let us know if there is any there is any developments. As a parent, there would be nothing worse than injuring your child. But every week in Australia a youngster is run over in their own driveway. It's a nightmare that rugby great Brendan Cannon has faced firsthand. And now he's helping to warn others about the dangers. You can feel a lot of people behind the car and not see them. About three kids a week are run over in Queensland. It can happen to anyone. I ran over my son. When moving your car, know where your kids are, the drive wake, walk around the vehicle. Don't go if Don't go if you don't know where the kids are. Brendan Cannon joins us from Brisbane. Such a powerful ad, three kids a week just in Queensland run over in driveways in low speed. A big message to parents? Yes, Kidsafe Queensland are leading the charge in term of research and trying to e are deuce the numbers. When we had our terrible incident can with Sam last year, we were aware, it made us aware as to how frequent these incidents are. It is so horrific to go there for anyone. Our outcome is a very fortunate one with Sam making a good recovery but there is a lot of people who don't get that outcome. It is sobering message to parents who take their car for granted, rush out to the shops, get in the car, it is a message to say, " is a message to say, "Stop, slow down and look around." Yes make sure where the kids Yes make sure where the kids kids are at all times, they are deceptively fast, if they are not car they are with someone who is removed from the vehicle. Make sure the drive way is treated a as safe zone, almost like the pool zone, like kids can't get in and out without a parent. It can happen so quickly and it can change your life in an instant. Not just 4-wheel drives, it is sedans, don't get lured into a false sense of security if you are inen ordinary sedan. Mate, I can't let you go without the last question, can we beat the All Blacks? It will be a good benchmark on Saturday night. If we don't win we will give them a fright, but if we win in September or October that some the one that matters. You don't sound confident, come on. Not Saturday night, I don't think, unfortunately.. As you say it is October which is the big one. Thank you, great campaign. Here is Mel. After the show today, I'll be heading to Africa to see firsthand the devastation of the massive humanitarian crisis unfolding. 1,400 desperate Somali refugees pour into Kenya daily each fleeing drought, famine and conflict only to starve in overcrowded camps, waiting for food rations and medical help. One of the places we'll be visiting is the Dadaab region, where United Nations relief groups are struggling to cope with the 440,000 refugees that now reside there. I'm joined now by CEO of World Vision Australia, Tim Costello. The camp was built to hold 90,000.

Good morning. What can we expect to see when we arrive? Could things possibly get any worse than the pictures we have been seeing? Sadly, yes. Because the rains may not come now until January or February. Which is the next rainy season. And even Kenya, where we are going, where Somalia refugees are pouring in, is in drought. We have fed over 300,000 people with emergency food in Kenya, in drought-affected areas. Trucked in 14 million litres of water, diesel fuel just to keep water, bore pumps pumping. It is unbelievable. The red sorghum, the main staple has gone up

240%, a $ 240%, a $3 loaf of bread to $ 240%, a $3 loaf of bread to $7. These are desperately poor from the start. The people who are fortunate enough These are desperately poor people

to make it alive to the camps, what happens to them once they get there? to make it alive to the refugee

Those that get in, as you rightly pointed out, they simply weren't built for the numbers pouring in. They get some shelter, they get the food pipeline and the water that keeps their children alive. And what a famine is technically when 30% of children are acutely malnourished, when they when they don't have access to water and on less than 2,000 calories a day. So this is not just Somalia, this is Kenya, Ethiopia, now creeping inUganda and tans neea. -- tans neea, now it is 13 million, creeping inUganda and tans neea. In unlike a tsunami or earthquake we go that is terrible, we see that and must responds, this is a slow onset. The world has been very slow to respond. Thus the scale of the tragedy, is back to Ethiopia Live Aid in 1984. tragedy, is back to Ethiopia and For us to head off this afternoon, obviously to highlight it and show people what is happening. So anyone watching from home, what can they do to help? They need to give. Still, because of troubles in America and Europe with sovereign debt, even Australians turning in and worrying about our ownselves, to raise funds for this momentous crisis is really difficult. To give to World Vision or other agencies is absolutely desperately needed. For a small amount, it keeps us being able to truck in water and to feed and to help those who can't even flee famine areas because they are just too far away and their children are going to die, to actually get help to them. When we look at this $ When we look at this $40 for vitamin-enriched food and it vitamin-enriched food and it will make vitamin-enriched food and it will make such a difference. We are privileged to head over and attempt to do something. Thanks so much for make such a difference. We are so

joining us this morning. It is a pleasure. 94 to Kochie. Now a follow up to a story we brought you about this time on Wednesday. You might remember Gold Coast woman Robyn Burgess and her neighbours had been threatened with action if they kept using air horns to scare off bats. Tens of thousands of bats that have nested around their homes. Well, authorities have carried through with their threat. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper joins us now. Good morning. Tell us what's happened. Good morning, Kochie, authorities turned up at Robyn house yesterday and served her with a search warrant. She said they have been waiting outside her home for two hours and she got the warrant when she returned home from a funeral. Instead of leave agnote, they waited until she came home. She said she complied with everything they second, she handed over the air horns because they are threatening her with a fine of up $ her with a fine of up $100 thousand or a jail sentence and she doesn't want either of those to happen. The air horns have been a last resort. Did they offer to help with other means? Unfortunately, no, the State Government isn't doing anything about it at the moment. But Robyn is hoping they will step up and hopefully review the wildlife protection act. She has tried everything to get rid of the bats, she said she sound-proofed her home and spent at least $ and spent at least $100,000 but nothing is working because thousands of bats arrive every morning, sometimes as early as 2am, outside the bedroom window, screeching and making a racket and there is the hepd ruvirus. -- hendra virus. A dog up here contracted it and had to be put down and she has three cats and she is concerned they will contract it. Don't fine her. They should be working for us, they are public servants. Keep us up to date servants. Keep us up to date with it. A 17-year-old is lucky to be alive after being trapped underground for 30 minutes. It happened on a Los Angeles beach when a tunnel he was digging suddenly collapsed. Seven News US bureau chief Mike Amor joins us now. Good morning. It was an amazing rescue operation wasn't it? What a freak accident? Yes, Mel you look at these pickturals, just incredible. -- pictures are incredible. Mat Mena was buried in 6 feet, old scale. He managed to let out a scream when the tunnel collapsed. People ran from everywhere to dig him out, not sure where Matt was or if he would be alive when they reached him. Watch. It was controlled chaos as dozens of beachgoers, lifeguards and rescue personnel dug furiously to try to find Matt Mina. The 17-year-old had been digging giant tunnels in the sand with friends at Newport Beach when the sand suddenly collapsed, burying him alive. But I guess my cousin did, thankfully. Skip Snead videotaped the rescue wondering if there was any chance Matt would be found alive. I'm a parent. I have a 10-year-old son. And I was making sure my kid wasn't the one buried in the sand. I was pretty scared and when I found out it wasn't my son, I just let the camera roll and I can't believe he lived. Finally after 30 minutes of digging rescuers got to Matt. He was alive and the beach erupted in cheers and applause. I was kind of fading in and out, so I was kind of unconscious underneath the sand. And then I was just surprised I was actually being pulled out. Like, I thought I was going to die. Paramedics took him to a local hospital where he was checked out and sent home lucky to be alive. Amazingly, Matt is the third teenager, all coincidently 17-year-olds to be buried at the beach in the past three weeks. A 17 girl had to be revived after being buried for two minutes and another boy is in hospital, sadly, he is brain dead after being trapped for 15 minutes. It underlines how lucky he is. My gosh! Mike! Incredible. You don't want to say it but maybe ban digging on the ban digging on the beach. Don't dig so deep. Yes, just a little. Thank you for the update, good to talk to you, Mike Amor in the US bureau. Later - the wealthy parents hiring security guards to protect their children. Plus, Beatles mania. One of the bands biggest hits, live. # Come together # Right now # Over me # Good morning.. Another beautiful sunny day for our region. We're told to enjoy it while it lasts.. with a wet weekend ahead. We can expect a top of 19 in Canberra and Bungendore.. and 18 for Cooma. Detectives desperately want to talk to anyone who was around the Braddon flats early yesterday morning.. as they hunt for a killer. A post mortem's likely to be done today.. to determine exactly what killed an asian

man.. aged between 20 and 40. He suffered MAJOR head injuries. SHOCK for locals.. after a p-plater was killed in a tragic crash at Windellama south of Goulburn. Police say she lost control.. crossed to the wrong side of the road.. and

was t-boned. Her husband and 4 year old boy were in the car in front.. and saw it happen. The child was meant to be in the mum's car.. but the kids seat wouldn't fit.

And new Brumbies coach Jake White will announce 4 new recruits later today.. as he rebuilds our struggling squad.

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If you head to our website right now you'll see the show like you've never seen it before. We've set up five webcams around every corner of Sunrise the green room, make-up, the control room - . In . In fact it is a big music day so good one to go to. Hello, none are . In fact it is a big music day so a swearing today. Good morning, Jack. Wave to us Jack. That is her Berocca going in. She is happy about this. It's with the help of Google+, Yahoo!7 and Telstra's Next G wi-fi network and it's the first time it's ever been done on Australian TV. It's all live and uncut but streaming stops at 8:00 so check it out. Check Be nice or she will put you in black. Ahead, would you donate your kidney for cash? But right now, Kochie's been following the tumble on overnight financial markets and he's bracing for a bad day here. It could be a really ugly day here today. The Australian share market expected to follow Wall Street's lead again and plunge further the red. The Dow Jones closed a lead again and plunge further into whopping 512 points lower this morning, the worst drop since 2000. When there is pneumonia offshore it is going to have a direct impact on us because of our level of debt and the fact that nearly three-quarters of our debt is held by people living offshore. European stocks were down by 3% because of concerns America down 512 point, as we said. That is the carnage in Europe. is a fear the world is going to go into global recession because of the That is the carnage in Europe. There

problem in the US and Europe. Our dollar has also retreat immediate. Gold is down, aluminium is down, copper is down, which is not good for our currency. We will keep you updated throughout the day. We will keep you updated throughout the day. Now to the rest of this morning's news with Nat. Psychologists say it's important family and friends rally around Sydney teenager Madeleine Pulver. There are concerns for her welfare and state of mind after being attached to a fake collar bomb in her Mosman home yesterday. Look, I think the reality is 40% of these kids who've gone through something like this will experience some level of post traumatic stress. The family has now returned home. Police managed to speak to Madeleine for around an hour overnight as their investigations continue. Officials from Malaysia have arrived on Christmas Island to monitor the removal of asylum seekers under the government's deportation deal. I'm here to be given some briefings on the process at work and some time to observe. This is a very good opportunity for us to see the good work that's being done here. The first asylum seekers detained under the swap deal with Malaysia arrived on Christmas Island yesterday. The Immigration minister says children won't be given special exemptions. Media ownership in Australia could still be scrutinised with the Federal Government failing to rule out a media inquiry. Prime Minister Julia Gillard has stopped short of saying whether or not an inquiry into media ownership should be held following her meeting with News Limited executives. When Parliament resumes I understand there'll be people who'll want to raise the issue with me and I'll have a conversation with them then. The 'News of the World' hacking scandal raised concerns about how media organisations operate here. A lockdown at Virginia Tech University has been lifted after authorities failed to find a suspected gunman. Three teens attending a summer camp told police they saw a man carrying a gun near a dining hall. 33 people were killed in a shooting spree at the university in 2007. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. The AFL is considering a proposal to bring back State of Origin football in 2013. The Origin concept was warehoused back in 1999 but it's now back on the agenda after a meeting between club bosses and the AFL yesterday. The league is also looking at bringing in a mid-season trade window next year which could see players switching clubs during the season. Round 20 gets under way at Etihad Stadium tonight with St Kilda up against Fremantle. The Cowboys have lost damaging winger Kalifa Fai Fai Loa to a hamstring injury for tonight's encounter with the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium. Bill Topou comes onto the wing for what will be the first time the two sides have met since the now-infamous game that sparked the NRL betting scandal last year. In tonight's other match, the Dragons will be out to snap a 2-match losing streak when they tackle the Wests Tigers at the SFS. The Wallabies will wrap up their preparations today for the Bledisloe Cup opener in Auckland tomorrow night. Coach Robbie Deans is tipping another epic encounter and has promised not to shackle his creative players. Quade Cooper is likely to be stationed on the wing in defence and All Blacks coach Graham Henry is confident his side will be able to isolate the talented playmaker. We shall wait and see. What if? Just what? The Wallabies could rattle All Blacks, on home soil, heading into a World Cup. what? The Wallabies could rattle the

But they are psychologically strong. You listen to Brendan Canon earlier when he reckons we couldn't do it. Fz The mind game. They are always No.1 going into World Cup and then they choke, every Kiwi knows it. Sinister. Imagine on home soil. It is what we are doing on tipping, under dog. You will keep. Here is the weather. Sunrise weather is warming up to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Save 50% of your second lamp only at Beacon. Sale on now. More warm winter weather for New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland today, thanks to some northerly winds ahead of a cool change approaching from the west. The rain and showers in South Australia will ease and extend into Victoria later today. Remaining fine in the west and warm in the north. Ahead this Sunrise - Warney wasting away. Shane's big slim-down continues And, a Beatles classic. Some of Australia's biggest music stars pay tribute to one of the world's biggest bands when we come back. It's only four days until Census night, so let us shed some light on what you have to do. Firstly, your Census form will be delivered. Then on Census night, you can either complete your form to be collected or do it online at census.gov.au What you say will go a long way to helping your community wherever you are. So shed some light on Census night, August 9. Census. For a brighter future. VOICEOVER: Join Medibank Hospital and Extras by August 31 and get a whole month free. Now THAT's something to smile about! New products, great value. Switch today. You know that Milo Cereal tastes great. But did you know that it's made with 50% wholegrain and has earned the Heart Foundation Tick? Milo Cereal. With the Heart Foundation Tick. Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar. # Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba Low fares are just part of the story. # Come together # Right now # Over me # That's 'Come Together', one of the Beatles' most famous songs. It was the opening track on the band's 1969 album 'Abbey Road' and now it's back thanks to a special Australian touring event. Six of our best rockers have formed an act called the Beatles Back 2 Back - Mark Seymour, Rai Thistlethwayte, Irwin Thomas, Jon Toogood, Dean McGrath and Tim Morrison will perform Beatles hits around the country starting this weekend. They are playing 'Sergeant Pepper' and 'Abbey Road' back to back, how good is that? This is 'Come Together'. # Here come old flattop # He come grooving up slowly # He got juju eyeball # He one holy roller # He got hair down to his knee # Got to be a joker, he just do what he please # He wear no shoeshine # He got toe-jam football # He got monkey finger # He shoot Coca-Cola # He say, "I know you, you know me" # "One thing I can tell you is you got to be free" # Come together # Right now # Over me # He bag production # He got walrus gumboot # He got Ono sideboard # He one spinal cracker # He got feet down below his knee # Hold you in his armchair you can feel his disease # Come together # Right now # Over me # He roller-coaster # He got early warning # He got muddy water # He one mojo filter # He say, "One and one and one is three" # Got to be good-looking 'cause he's so hard to see # Come together # Right now # Over me # Come together # Come together

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE The Beatles Back 2 Back kicks off in Adelaide on Saturday. Concerts will also be held in Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. Go to the Sunrise website for all the details. Ray, why? 'yy Road' and 'Sergeant Pepper'. They are great albums. Yes, and we are stoked to be performing them live. I am speaking into John 2good's lapel Mic, up nice and personal. We are sorted down this end. What is 2like to jamming out to Beatles classic. Big? How many musicians? 22. 13 today. Others are sleeping in. A brilliant sound. You going to be back later in the show to sing for us, we will chat to you again, but 'Sergeant Peppers