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(generated from captions) are deserting Julia Gillard Claims Labor MPs nine votes from Kevin '11. with Kevin '07 on new fears of a global recession. Investors dump stocks What I want to show you today. we've been working on in a while. are two of the most exciting things recorded online, and music. Every year of your life will look now. How your Facebook page her new husband over that video. Zara Phillips confronts with screen goddess Helen Mirren. Our exclusive this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, here's and Matt and Mel. Now, live from Brekky Central, Good morning. Dame Helen Mirren. There's nothing like There's also nothing like Brad Pitt. He's also on the show this morning. , We will just leave you guys to it then, we will head off. Why can't we get a worse photo or is there such a thing. That's his worst. That's his worst. West Coast

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schools changing the second verse of the National Anthem. Let's begin with Nat. of a Sydney schoolgirl around the neck a fake bomb The man accused of strapping

is on his way back to Australia. in Los Angeles Paul Peters has just arrived in a Kentucky jail. after spending five weeks two New South Wales police officers He'll be escorted by on a flight to Sydney, on Saturday morning. where he's scheduled to arrive 18-year-old Madeleine Pulver Mr Peters is accused of terrorising at her Mosman home the Australian share market today Investors will be closely watching major losses overnight. after global markets experienced from the US Federal Reserve It follows a dire warning of the American economy. on the state to take immediate action. World leaders are being urged The world is in a danger zone. did not see the turbulence coming. In 2008, many people said they Leaders have no such excuse now. Australian share market yesterday. $30 billion was wiped off the Morning. Craig James is at CommSec. Where will this rut end? Well, it will end with some decisive action by some of the European politicians or the US politics. They have been fiddling while the markets have been burning. That's what we need to see, some real leadership by the Europeans and by the United States. China, is in good shape, Asia is in good shape, certainly we are in good shape here Down Under but we are part of the big wide world, we will be affected by it as well. Our share market at this stage is expected to open lower in the order of 75% order of 75%, around 2% order of 75%, around 2%, that's not so bad seeing the declines, there may be some bargains, for those game investors today, in London BHP shares were down over 8% shares were down over 8%. That is certainly not the case, in this sort of environment, if you've got - you've game, there are some of environment, if you've got - if you've game, there are some bargains to you've game, there are some bargains

to be had. Most others will sit oi sidelines. Thank you, Craig for the update this morning. update this morning

Neighbours of a Sydney man an armed intruder on Tuesday who fatally stabbed not to charge him. are asking authorities is expected 54-year-old Donald Brooke by police today. to be formally interviewed This is an innocent man he should be charged and I don't think with murder or manslaughter looking for a fight like somebody out there or looking to kill somebody, minding his own business. the guy's sitting in his own house 30-year-old Azzam Naboulsi, The man he stabbed, on a street. was found bleeding to death driver was arrested overnight. The man accused of being his getaway by a twin car bombing At least six people have been killed of Dagestan. in Russia's northern state when the blasts detonated Another 60 people were injured of the region's capital. in the centre was timed to explode Witnesses say the second bomb the injured from the first blast. as emergency crews raced to treat second bombing were police officers. Most of the people hurt in the Islamic militants Officials are blaming who want independence for Dagestan. to crash back to earth tomorrow. An old satellite is set The 6-tonne piece of space junk into 100 pieces is expected to break up as it enters the atmosphere. is behaving erraticaly NASA says because the satellite of the earth is most at risk it's impossible to tell what part that survive re-entry. from any pieces a human being hit are 1 in 3,200. But it says the chances of You have been warned. Time for sport, here is Beretts I've had better odds. and Sea Eagles It's D-day for the Broncos in the first NRL preliminary final who'll go head-to-head at the SFS tonight. with the bookies Manly are favourites the Broncos can put on the park. but they're wary of what a really competitive side No doubt they'll put out that we focus on ourselves so it's important play our own game. and go out there and coach Kevin Moore has signed And it's believed former Bulldogs Hull FC. with English superleauge club despite the possibility against Hawthorne that tonight's preliminary final with the club. could be his last game it out of the equation I'm just taking 'cause there's too much at stake and too many people involved. to full strength The 'Pies have surged but must overcome the Hawks back-to-back flags. to have a shot at claiming may be a no show Australia's cycling hero Cadel Evans at our very own Tour Down Under if the event clashes title defence schedule. with his Tour de France on his radar though, He's got the Olympics road race it's held a few days after the Tour. Interesting, it will be great to see Cadel race here but I think we all understand, he has bigger fish to fry. He has to look after his title defence - bless you. - I know you're motionalabout it, Nat, but a long way away. Where is Grant this morning? He is there. Beautiful weather. There he is. Another gorgeous morning. Did someone say it's Friday? Whoo. Itsiopoulos not one thing to be on the side of Sydney harbour on a glorious day, we thought quay top 2 t so why don't we just park ourselves on the harbour, just having a look at the sun come up over the water between north and south head, the beautiful sandstone cliffs, this is one of the great vistas of the world. This is a delightful day but as they do say, it's always darkest before the Dawn. This warmth that New South Wales is feeling is just in anticipation of a cold front that's moving through Victoria that is bringing us some strong winds. Before that next front comes through from the south. What day it is going to be. You are going to love it. Barbecue, don't know if you noticed that. Bacon and you noticed that. Bacon and eggs, staking qualifications. Let's staking qualifications. staking you noticed that. Bacon and eggs, steak taking qualifications. Let's take a look at the forecast. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. A possible shower in Cairns. The chance of a morning shower in Townsville. Fine for Rockhampton. Fine in Toowoomba. Fine in Brisbane. Fine for Coffs Harbour. Dubbo's in for a fine day. A gusty afternoon change is on the way for Sydney after a sunny start. Blue skies in Canberra. Fine in Wagga Wagga. An early shower or two in Ballarat. Mostly sunny in Bendigo. An early shower for Melbourne. A cool change in Bairnsdale. Showers clearing in Hobart. There's the chance of a light shower in Mt Gambier Mostly sunny in Adelaide. Fine in Ceduna. Partly cloudy in Alice Springs. A few clouds around also for Darwin. And over to Western Australia - Cloudy in Albany. Fine for Perth. Sunny in Geraldton. Fine in Broome. Sunny for Carnarvon. I am going to do my best to make you look forward to a well earned weekend but just set the mood rate for weekend but just set the mood rate

right for the start of your Friday. Are you enjoying, it feeling is it I want to come down for a ski if that's alright Off the back of this thing, it will rip your arms off but we'll give rip your arms off but we'll give it a go. We will come down for brekkie instead. Ahead, mission accomplished for Miley Cyrus. How the young star stopped a controversial Aussie development. But next, extradition underway. The man accused of the Maddie Pulver collar bomb hoax begins his journey back to Australia. has begun his journey back from the United States Paul Peters has left a Kentucky jail, where he's spent the past five weeks. Mr Peters is initially being escorted to Los Angeles by US marshals. New South Wales Police will then accompany the 50-year-old on the long flight back to Sydney. Seven News reporter, Paul Kadak is live at Los Angeles Airport. Good morning. When did Mr Peters arrive there? Well, good morning, guys, he arrived here at Los Angeles airport within the last hour. He came in on a flight that came from Chicago that had then come from Kentucky. Marshall Service escorted the 50 years old here. Taken from the jail had then come from Kentucky. The US

where he has spent 5 weeks since he was arrested at the was arrested at the home of his former wife just outside Luis ville. He arrived here not long ago. We saw him depart the air him depart the aircraft separate to the rest of the the rest of the passengers. He was handcuffed. He was taken into a vehicle and escorted to a cell. Later today he will be transferred to the custody of vehicle and escorted to a holding

New South Wales Police officers who will then escort him back to transferred to the custody of two

Australia on a flight that leaves tonight, arriving in Sydney, early Saturday morning. This is a very long and drawn out process to get Peters back to Sydney. What happens after that, Paul? Well, it's understood that once he arrives in Sydney, he will be taken straight to the police centre where he will be charged over the collar bomb hoax in the home of Madeleine Pulver last month. He will be charged with kidnapping and ex, to. That will be the next step. This is a case that has intrigued people both in Australia and here in United States as well. Now on his return to Australia to face those both in Australia and here in the

charges, we will will see the next steps unfold. Thank you Paul, very much. Ahead, is Kevin Rudd really just a handful of votes from toppling Julia Gillard? And the kids running wild and the parents left furious. The push to ban school muck-up days. Save up to 50% off absolutely everything in store and online. Sale on now. Making news, the orange crocodile. This beast is from a reptile park in Victoria. And he only has himself to blame for his colour. He ate the water filter in his enclosure, which contaminated the water, and turned him tandoori. Experts say the croc is healthy. , Bad spray tan, that's what that is. He has been taking those tanning tablets I have seen so manies like that at the Melbourne Cup. And the Oscars. That's what they did, they ate the water filters. 'Dancing with the Stars'! 'Dancing with the Stars'!. Also making news - the schools changing the words to the national anthem. They're adding god to 'Advance Australia Fair'. The Christian schools have tweaked the second verse. Instead of the official words, "Beneath our radiant Southern Cross", students sing an alternative verse. It begins with, "With Christ our head and cornerstone, "we'll build our Nation's might". And it says, "Our lives, a sacrifice of love, reflect our Master's care." Apparently the verse was in the anthem when it was first written but was omitted. There is a bit of doubt about that. Speculation about that. A bit of speculation about that Prime Minister's office said that you are not allowed to mess with the A bit of speculation about that the

verses. You are not allowed to with theovisions verses. verses. You are not allowed to mess What if it was in the official one. We are all messing with it It's a double mess There are just some things you don't

mess. You don't mess with the Australian anthem. You don't mess with the coat of arms. You don't mess with the Australian flag. That was done yet. Is there anything wrong, it's not taking things out and changing they are a bit. taking things out and changing - I think if they are going with the original verse, if they are just changing it, to add God, I don't think they should be. Let's face it, most people don't know the second verse. Maybe this is a good way of getting kids to get into the second verse. We need to know what it was They could change the second verse and we wouldn't have known. What would you like to put in the second verse. Rewrite your own. Go gel, go cats. It's gel, go cats. Da, da, da. The kids sing it in full voice. sing it in full voice.. Also making news - the end of school for Year 12 students. And for most, that means muck-up time. and they used to be harmless fun. But in past years we've seen vandalism and violence. So are the pranks getting worse? And is it time to end muck-up day? Have your say. There has to be repercussions but do you think it would be a few if a ruin it for all. How are they go to end muck-up day. you think it would be a few if a few

Just ban mum up day across the country, and police officers stand outside every house. I don't know if it's getting worse. I remember by the time we got to muck-up day, we were so lame, Feral. Lame, compared to what went on before us. It's so because now we see what happens, with the social media, it's all out there straight away. Mostly, up until recent years, what happened on muck-up day, stayed on muck-up day. Never really hit the media, a minute after. I don't know if certainly you muck-up day shouldn't be violent but if you have to let your hair down somehow. Yeah, share your stowies and tell us should muck-up day be banned? These days most of those Year 12 kids will live at home for years. But parents are fighting back. An Italian couple have resorted to legal action to get their 41-year-old son to move out. They claim they're too tired to keep cooking, cleaning and ironing for him. And so they've served him with a notice, telling him to leave within 10 days. Have you reached this point? And how do you get your kids to move out? Most I reckon I would just Stop cooking and ironing for them. Hello. Why don't they stop looking after him after him? This is a big thing this Italy. They call it the big baby syndrome. There is a cabinet minister over there he has admitted to staying at home until he was 30, having his ironing done. They are looking at ways of getting adults to get, cash bonus tows get out of mum and dad's house. You cockatoo well, no one will ever leave. Pasta is so good. Forget ironing and stuff. Speaking of kids, just a quick good morning to our audio director Andrew and his lovely wife, Katherine. They've just had their third child, Sofia Joy. Andrew's off this morning, with Sofia now home. That is awesome.. Andrew now has three girls, Sofia, Lila and Sienna, which is going to be a handful when they all grow up. Imagine that, three teenage daughters Imagine that when they decide to stay until they are 41? stay until they are 41?. Imagine the fight for the bathroom then. All those hair striteners everywhere. Still to come, how to beat the banks at their own game. Don't miss our simple tips to save big bucks. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise on the Seven Network. VOICEOVER: Now back to Sunrise with Melbourne Mel and Matt. We have got to make special mention of two who have done something quite remarkable. Just over a month ago I visited the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya and saw first-hand how thousands of people struggle to survive each day without food, shelter and water. That story caught the attention of 7-year-old Ned Murdoch and his mate, 8-year-old Jamie Gough from Melbourne. The grade-2 pair decided they wanted to make a difference and help the children they saw, who have nothing. So, in that time they've held numerous cake stalls at their primary school and sold flowers and herbs on the corner of their street during their weekends. Ned and Jamie stuck posters up around their school and spoke at assembly in front of 800 other kids asking for their support. And that's what they got. These two little boys have raised a staggering $1,530. That's quite a cake stall. Well, Ned and Jamie, I'm happy to report that Sunrise will match your brilliant fundraising efforts, dollar-for-dollar, meaning more than $3,000 will now go towards water tanks for those affected by the drought and famine in East Africa. And while we're at it, if big business wants to chip in send us an email to the Soapbox and get onboard. They can do it, you can do it. Isn't that wonderful, so for anyone else who wants to make a difference. else who wants to make a difference.. you can do so through the World Vision East Africa Emergency Appeal. You'll find all the details on the Sunrise website. 7 years old and 8 years old. Good on them, I think it's really great. Coming up - fabulous at 66. Our exclusive with Hollywood leading lady Helen Mirren. News time now though, here's Nat. The man accused over the collar-bomb attack has arrived in Los Angeles on his way back to Australia. Paul Peters was escorted by US Marshalls from Kentucky. He arrived a short time ago and placed into the custody of two New South Wales detectives. Peters will arrive in Sydney on Saturday morning. Global markets have suffered major losses overnight after top officials renewed fears of an impending recession. The Dow Jones dropped 390 points. The Nasdaq slid 82 points. London's FT-100 and Germany's Dax both suffered sharp losses. $30 billion was wiped off the Australian share market yesterday and forecasters predict there'll be more falls today. At this stage it's expected to open lower in the order of 75 points, or around 2%. That's not so bad considering the decline that we've seen overnight. The Australian dollar has fallen below parity overnight. Taking a look at the commodities: Kevin Rudd flies back to Australia on Sunday and into new Coalition claims that he's plotting against Julia Gillard. Coalition Senator Nigel Scullion claims he overheard Labor Senator Trish Crossin on the phone to the Foreign Minister. She said, "Well, Kevin's on the phone, he's pretty reluctant "he doesn't know if he wants to do these things". Senator Crossin says the claims are nonsense. Police are hunting a driver over a hit-and-run in Melbourne's south-east. A 21-year-old man was walking along the Princes Highway at Narre Warren when he was struck by a white ute. The driver failed to stop and was last seen heading east on the highway. Police say the victim was taken to hospital in a critical condition. A toddler has died after being run over in the driveway of a home in Sydney's north. The 2-year-old girl was hit at her home in Lindfield yesterday afternoon. She was rushed to hospital but died overnight. The Queens' granddaughter, Zara Phillips, has been reunited with her husband, English Rugby Captain Mike Tindall. Ms Phillips arrived in Dunedin and went straight to the team's hotel. There's speculation Tindall could be in trouble with his new wife after security vision surfaced of him hugging another woman in a bar. Stay tuned for more on that one. Time for sport. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. Hawthorn's big-game star Lance Franklin has been cleared for tonight's preliminary final against Collingwood. Buddy and his Hawks will be doing everything they can to upset the reigning premiers but Mick Malthouse says his players shouldn't feel pressured by last season's flag. I keep saying to them "Don't tighten up, we're not defending 2010, "no-one can take that off us". It could be Malthouse's last match as coach of the Magpies. Nervous times for stand-in Broncos' five-eighth Matt Gillett who faces the biggest moment of his short career tonight. He'll take Darren Lockyer's place when the Broncos go head-to-head with Manly in the first preliminary final. Sammy Thaiday comes back into the Broncos fold, refreshed after his suspension. The Springboks have flexed some muscle against Namibia during their World Cup pool match with the 87-0 score line, breaking South Africa's points record while giving them an almost certain quarterfinals berth. The Wallabies go up against the USA tonight. They need to win their final two pool games to progress to the quarterfinals. Let's have a look at the footy tips. Week three of the AFL finals and we're both tipping Collingwood over Hawthorn tonight. The boys are going for Geelong tomorrow with the girls tipping West Coast. And in the NRL preliminary finals the girls are backing Manly tonight while the boys think Brisbane can still win without Darren Lockyer and we're both tipping a Melbourne win over the New Zealand Warriors. It is crunch time of the year in footy tipping. We are like 500 points behind sfchlt Five points, Whatever spoises it up. 5 points a win. Just have a look where Grant is today. You are making us drool in here. Sorry, Beretts, I couldn't hear you over the cooking of my pork sausages here. You love a pork sausage, don't you, Beretts? Fairly well done would be good. Unfortunately, just the first Manly ferry went past and ruined my egg of the day. Do you like your ferry went past and ruined my first eggs rectangular. I will take an elongated egg any time. They will see that on'Masterchef'. That will be the next best thing around Sydney. Look at this, when you are looking forward to a weekend, is there a sight any more glorious, any more exciting than looking over a glassy Sydney harbour towards the sideline, glistening in the morning sunshine. It's a shame you couldn't get a better day. We are struggling out here, really struggling. I love a sunburnt country unless it's waterry and harbourry, let's look at the forecastry. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. Warm northerly winds are expected across New South Wales ahead of a gusty, southerly change. That same change will keep temperatures down in Victoria and Tasmania. A ridge of high pressure will keep fine weather across southern and Western Australia. Another fine and warm day in Brisbane. Much the same again tomorrow. The chance of a brief shower or storm on Sunday, clearing Monday. Sunny in Sydney ahead of a late cool change. A brief shower or two tomorrow, increasing to showers on Sunday. They'll clear just in time for the new working week. Mostly fine in Canberra. Cooling down over the weekend with some isolated showers, clearing Monday. A possible morning shower in Melbourne. Similar forecast tomorrow. Becoming fine on Sunday and Monday before rain returns on Tuesday. A morning shower or two in Hobart. Fine and warmer weather should develop heading into next week. Mostly sunny in Adelaide. Similar again tomorrow before becoming warmer next week, with temperatures in the high 20s by Tuesday. Sunny in Perth. Fine tomorrow, ahead of some isolated showers on Sunday and Monday thanks to a cold front. Partly cloudy in Darwin. Staying warm with temperatures in the mid 30s. With this barbecue, Pacific boating who are taking use out on the water have provided the barbecue. I feel like the Swedish chef on the Muppets. That egg is looking good. We will see you in half an hour, I should have this down Pat. Sunnyside Up. Egg rings. That's what you Do you use those things? Egg rings. That's what you need. Absolutely on the back of the boat, yes. Absolutely on the back of the boat, yes.. Sorry. Bear Grylls Would. Yeah, not. If it's good enough for bear. The Dulux 'Jelly Beans & Me' promotion is now on. When you buy eight litres or more of Dulux Wash & Wear or Weathershield paint, you'll receive a Dulux toy dog and jelly beans free. We have had a robbery. We have had two tins and one is empty. Call in the cops. Plus, you could win one of five Dulux home make-over prizes, including paints, colour consultancy and $2,000 cash. All you have to do is tell us in 25 words or less what your kids have tried to convince you to do. Go to yahoo7.com.au/sunrise to enter and make sure you tune in Monday to see if you've won. And congratulations to yesterday's winner: When her youngest son was seven he 'tried to convince her to teach him how to pash so he could kiss his girlfriend. Just like So grown up, aren't we Just like that. Busted. Later this Sunrise, the Facebook bombshell. Why the company changed everything overnight. And we have to stick to the rules. So why don't they? The officers crossing the police line when we come back. Daddy, you should by Dulux. Why? Wash & Wear is the only paint that utilises barrier technology. Polymer? ..providing superior stain resistance. It won't leave shiny marks after wiping and ensures washability unrivalled by any other paint. Really? In my opinion. VOICEOVER: Buy eight litres of Dulux Wash & Wear or Weathershield and receive a free can filled with a toy Dulux dog and jelly beans. Worth doing, worth Dulux. A very good morning to Brisbane, looking through our Jetstar Skycam. It will be a crack he ever a day today. Well, should police be allowed to speed even when it's not an emergency? Queensland Police bosses have defended one of their senior constables who was caught driving at 146km/h, 66k's over the speed limit. An internal investigation found while the officer wasn't taking part in a pursuit, he was trying to catch up to a speeding motorcyclist. Mick Barnes is from the Queensland Police Union. Good morning. Where is the line in the sand here on when and where police can break the rules? It's a difficult line to draw in the sand. In fact, even the police service can't even tell us an appropriate speed. Everything is taken into account. Obviously those sorts of speeds you wouldn't be doing a school zone but on an open highway, sure, there shouldn't be a problem. OK, so, I guess - does it determine if it's urgent duty or not? Is that what would help the situation? Urgent duty driving I suppose, if you are responding something. In relation to a speeding vehicle or someone that is committing a traffic offence. There are policies around the country that relate to that. The - our vehicles are marked with lights and sirens with a reason, if we try to intercept on the open highway or in our communities. I suppose the paramount is the safety of not only our suppose the paramount responsibility officers but the community as well. If that can be done, then sure, we will try and try and intercept the correct. Just looking at the stats, Queensland police, 558 were made to pay speeding or red light offences after it was found they had no valid excuse. Hundreds though did have a valid excuse. Does that mean that some officers think they are above the law? No, it probably shows that the system is working. It's always a point of argument as to whether or not the officers are justify able in their speeds or whatever offences may have been alleged. A fine line. You have to bear in mind that our officers out there are professional the their sole driving force is the their sole driving force is to try and do the right thing by the community. They are not the local hoons. They are hoons. They are out there trying to keep the straits safe and to police our communities. It's a fine line, I would imagine, everyone their tradesman to be on time but when they call for police would imagine, everyone expects

assistance, we want them there. We want them there as quickly as possible. Do they face any disciplinary action for this? They can do. Even if they are found to be exempt from the to be exempt from the specific traffic regulation, fending on the speed and the circumstances, they can still be disciplined. That in itself can bring a fine or be restricted from drifing police vehicles. It's a tough call to make, thank you for your time, Mick. Here is Matt. The absence of Darren Lockyer remains the key topic ahead of tonight's NRL preliminary final. Brisbane goes head to head with the Manly Sea Eagles. But the Broncos will be without Lockyer who ruled himself out after suffering a facial fracture in last weekend's win over St George Illawarra. But he says he will play in the grand final Sunrise sport's Jim Wilson and Seven AFL commentator, Matt Richardson join me now. Good morning, boys. Jim, can the Broncos make it through to the grand final without Lockyer? This is extraordinary, all the focus here on somebody who is not playing tonight. I think they can but I rather cedar yen Lockyer out there. I think he made the right call on I think they can but I would much

Wednesday. This Matt, he has played rarely in the halves, has he got big shoes to fill tonight. It's a huge task for him. The coach has great confidence in him, Sammy is back. The Broncos have got great belief in each other, they have done it without Lachie before. It will be a tough assignment. I think Manly will win and I think they will play win and I think they will play the Melbourne Storm. Were you surprised to cedar yen Lockyer after he had ruled himself out, still go to heavy training as well. And slip over and just go, a bit of a jolt to the jaw line. It's typical Lockyer. He will be sitting there tonight, he doesn't want the fairytale to finish with sun Suncorp last week. He wants to be in Grand Final next week. I give them a chance, I think the week off makes last week. He wants to be in the

such a difference. That's why I've ee going with Manly to ee going with Manly to play Melbourne. Let's talk about the AFL preliminary final. We have got Collingwood up against Hawthorn, what do you think? Can anybody beat the pies when they are at full strength. I don't think so. Mick malt house has declared they are in better shape than they have been in years. It will take a huge game from buddy and Cyril Rioli. They need cloak up forwards. That's a hard combination to deal with. If Gibson can play like did last week, maybe Hawthorn can cause an upset. I am really looking forward to it. But there will be a lot of people happy in the Hawks win. What about the Mick Malthouse factor and the emotion that this could be his large game in charge of the Magpies. It seems pretty extraordinary that it could be Mick's last it could be Mick's last game. He is the premier coach in the competition competition. This agreement was made a couple of years ago. We are all a bit sick of talking about it. I saw Mick during the week. He said he was feeling nervous about the game but he was just asener just last week game. If it is his last time, he will go out as one of the best coaches. Is he the chance of a St Kilda job. St Kilda the last piece of jigsaw, if he is not senior coach at Collingwood, go to the sainters. That's where he started. He started there as a player back in the 70s and people would - it would be a fairly tale if he ended back there. If you were the Queensland people, with why wouldn't you have a chat to him? There is no doubt about it is the best coach in the competition. I would be talk to go him? There is no doubt about it he

him where does leave Nayan Buckley. All his exhibits are leaving. Skatty waters. He has just lost Mark need to Melbourne. If I was Nathan Buckley, I don't know if I would want Mick Malthouse standing behind me. What about you? I don't think there is any chance that Mick will be at Collingwood. Nathan is the coach now. I think he will want to have his own stamp on the team. It will be pretty tough to do that with Mick still around the club. I think Mick will want to do other things as well. You are Fyfing the cats tonight. I think there may be an upset, the if there will be an upset, the Eagles, what a story would be. Wooden spoon last year. It will all depend on that ruck battle. Brad Ottens was huge in that first search. If he can have a big game, I think he will be able to get over the top of Natalie and the top of Natalie the top of the top of of Natinui. It's a huge week. The weather will be good here in Melbourne. Spring time and it's just a great time to be involved in the footy, a pies and a cats Grand Final. And I think the Melbourne Storm will get through as well, boys. Alright, pies, cats, you're tipping Manly storm

And the AFL. Two bets sides, there Guantanamo. How predictable. We are a happy family. Thank you, Richo. Here is Mel. News is next. Plus, music, a different news feed, and your life recorded on a timeline. We'll explain Facebook's new look. And your first look at the movie remake of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'. Because of the lowest prices, everyone can afford to have a better home. Solar pathlight kit, $29.90. 4-burner flat-top barbecue, $99. Irwin builder's toolbag, $15. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse! # Lowest prices are just the beginning. VOICEOVER: At Baker's Delight, if there's one thing we're good at, it's making real nutritious bread. And that includes white bread. In fact, we're especially good at making one in particular. Of all the freshly baked white bread in the country, this one's got the highest fibre. And it's low-GI too.

So, what have we called it? The Hi-Fibre Lo-GI loaf. Well, we never said we were good at coming up with names. And the much anticipated trailer for 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' has been released worldwide? , It looks pretty good. It's a It looks pretty good. It's a remake of the It looks pretty good. It's a remake of the Swedish film based on the global best seller which is still on my To-read list. Take a look. May I come in. We need it talk. Hey. Hey. Who do you think you are? Put some clothes on. Get rid of your girlfriend. Can I call you're Lisbeth? I want you to help me catch a willer of women. I've got absolutely no idea how they are connected to the death of a 16-year-old girl. Don't you need to look over those. I got it. It's better to look at what I've got to show you on an empty stomach. These are your notes. Village, fire The names, I may have some. Nobody likes people poking around in their lives. Everybody knows where you're here. Some killed her on the island that day.. We will kill the one. These people are insane. Soon you will know us all. Only too well. Only too well.. It always stars Robyn, Wright Christopher plumber so we love the It always stars Robyn, Wright and closer we get to the end of the year and Oscar season, the better better the movies look. It looks gritty. and Oscar season, the better and

Dark and miss tear Dark and miss tear just. Dark and miss tear just.. Moving on, and one of the year's most controversial men in Hollywood is writing a book? Well, we knew this was coming. Arnold Schwarzenegger. He said that he has been working on this book for Well, we knew this was coming. It's

over a year, before the scandal with the housekeeper and the love child and the split with Maria Shriver. It will be called'Total Recall unbelievablely true life story. While he will address the affair and the split with Marie a it is not a tell-all. I don't know what it will be. But it is not a " be. But it is not a "Tell-all" in other Schwarzenegger news, his son, Patrick, 17-year-old son, with Maria has been dabbling in the modelling a bit. And Patrick is now announced that he will follow in his father's

footsteps, not with body building but with acting. So but with acting. So here we go. Next Generation of acting but with acting. So here we go. The Schwarzeneggers. Alright. We Alright. We will wait. I don't know about the shirt. The Pink shirt with the socks. I am not very modelly or whatever. What do I know about fashion. The gene pool is all. Maybe the book should be "I can't recall" go halfway there. See you soon, mate. We are We're asking you about school muck-up days. They used to be harmless fun So are the pranks getting worse? And is it time to end muck-up day? talking about Our school provides a time and a place to muck-up and doesn't let other year levels weigh in. Maybe other schools need to take a similar approach By the time I got to muck-up day, it was controlled, silliness. There were lots of speeches on what not do we drove out of school and the nuns Raj into. An why why ace says they have a charity difficulty, they collected money for charities. Mudge eye high school, year 12 do a similar thing and economic money maybe we should have more positive coverage of these types of events. We met young Mitch, they were giving out carnation apology to all the people to apologise. There is that is Mick, his dad. It's that bad? You just unwind with your mates, very few times after those 7 years in high school do you get to unwind. One morning. Why not let us know how much muck-up day has been changed for you. Should it be banned? it be banned?. Claims Labor MPs are deserting Julia Gillard with Kevin '07 nine votes from Kevin '11. Investors dump stocks on new fears of a global recession. What I want to show you today. are two of the most exciting things we've been working on in a while. Every year of your life recorded online, and music. How your Facebook page will look now. Zara Phillips confronts her new husband over that video. Our exclusive with screen goddess Helen Mirren. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Mel. Good morning. We have Dame Helen Mirren coming up and Brad Pitt. A bit of a low key line up. Can we stop looking at that bloke! stop looking at that We'll also tell you about the schools changing the national anthem. But we're right now Nat has the details on the stock market meltdown. Global markets plummeted overnight after new warnings of a looming financial crisis. For the latest on the global financial jitters we are joined by Mandy Drury from CNBC Finance in New York. Mandy, it's all about confidence. How badly have world markets been shaken by developments overnight? Hey, there, I think you've hit the nail on the head when you talk about confidence, if you take a look at the Vics, the fear gauge here Wall Street, you can see instead of confidence, there is a lot of fear the Vics, the fear gauge here on

out there. What is the fear centring on? It's centring on things like is the globe going into another recession. Another credit crisis. What is happening with the mountain of debt that a lot of countries over in Europe are dealing with right now? Whether or not here in United States we are going to see a similar situation. So there is a lot now? Whether or not here in the

of fear out there and a lack of confidence and that is really pushing stocks downright now. How bad it will get? Is this the begining? Well, you know, no one really knows. Unfortunately, I have been talking to a lot of people and asking that same question. At what point is sentiment so bear. We may need to find a bottom and buying stocks on the dips. I think at this stage of the game, there is too much uncertainty. We have a lot of things to get through, on the European side. We need to see what happens with Greece, whether there will be some kind of default. That is hotly priced into the market right now. Another question is will the US economy go back into a recession. There are all these questions out there. Until some of those are cleared, there. Until some of those are cleared,an we have a capitulation in the market rkts it's hard to know whether we have hit bottom. Not many answers. Thank you. In finance news: The businessman accused of strapping a fake bomb around the neck of Sydney schoolgirl Madeleine Pulver has begun his journey back to Australia. Paul Peters touched down in Los Angeles a short time ago after spending five weeks in a Kentucky jail. He'll be escorted by two New South Wales police officers on a flight to Sydney where he's scheduled to arrive tomorrow morning. Mr Peters is accused of terrorising 18-year-old Madeleine Pulver in an attempt to extort money from her millionaire father. Neighbours of a Sydney man who fatally stabbed an armed intruder on Tuesday are asking authorities not to charge him. 54-year-old Donald Brooke is expected to be formally interviewed by police today. This is an innocent man and I don't think he should be charged with murder or manslaughter, Like somebody out there looking for a fight or looking to kill somebody. The guy's sitting in his own house minding his own business. The man he stabbed, 30-year-old Azzam Naboulsi, was found bleeding to death on a street. His alleged getaway driver was arrested overnight. At least six people have been killed by a twin car bombing in Russia's northern state of Dagestan. Another 60 people were injured when the blasts detonated in the centre of the region's capital. Witnesses say the second bomb was timed to explode as emergency crews raced to treat the injured from the first blast. Most of the people hurt in the second bombing were police officers. Officials are blaming Islamic militants who want independence. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. The Broncos are hoping their run eaches another milestone tonight. when they clash with Manly for a place in the NRL Grand Final. The club's endured a testing year culminating in skipper Darren Lockyer's injury which has ruled him out of tonight's game. But Brisbane still believe they can down the Sea Eagles. We got here this year with 25 players. I know that someone with the calibre of Darren Lockyer is, obviously, you'd love to have him out there but we put ourselves in this position 'cause we're a strong club. Matt Gillett's landed Locky's job. Tonight could be Mick Malthouse's last as coach of the Magpies but he says there's too much on the line to start thinking about himself. Collingwood go into tonight's preliminary final against the Hawks strengthened by the return of All Australian pair Dale Thomas and Ben Reid. While the good news for Hawthorn is Lance Franklin will play after overcoming a knee injury and a bout of gastro. and gave the toilet bowl a bit of spray a couple times. And Carlton has re-signed Shaun Hampson, David Ellard and Dennis Armfield. Test cricket will return to Old Trafford in 2013 after England cricket chiefs awarded an Ashes Test to the famous Manchester venue. England are hoping the home-town support will help them retain the urn after the ground was controversially overlooked Ashes at Old Trafford, just feels right. It has to be there right. It has to be there I will feel better when we get the urn back. Grant is on beautiful Sydney harbour I know you are working real hard, but if I have to eat one more bacon and egg role, I'm going to die. It's freezing. Don't It's freezing. Don't feel sorry for me but I sorry for this guy because dude, I can't begin to tell you how awesome, Don't feel sorry for me but I feel

how amazingly awesome those bacon and egg rolls were. Thank you very much. What are you doing out here just going for a morning paddle. You must see some crazy stuff out here in your here in your travels? Occasional shark. Fairy penguins. What kind of sharks. Fast sharks. I believe the ones going away from me. What scares you most, sharks or the Manly ferry bearing down behind you Generally the sharks. We Generally the sharks. We have good luck sir. Keep up the good morgue. Enjoy what is a beautiful day in Sydney. It won't last that much longer. There is a cold front in Tasmania, but it's on its way through South Wales, quite strong winds as well. So very high winds of 90 km/h but it's on its way through to New

as we take a look at the forecast around this gorgeous country of ours.. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. A possible shower in Cairns. The chance of a morning shower in Townsville. Fine for Rockhampton. Fine in Toowoomba. Fine in Brisbane. Fine for Coffs Harbour. Dubbo's in for a fine day. Fine in Broken Hill. A gusty afternoon change is on the way for Sydney after a sunny start. Blue skies in Canberra. Fine in Wagga Wagga. in Ballarat. Mostly sunny in Bendigo. An early shower for Melbourne. A cool change in Bairnsdale.

There's the chance of a light shower in Mt Gambier Mostly sunny in Adelaide. Partly cloudy in Alice Springs. A few clouds around also for Darwin. And over to Western Australia - Cloudy in Albany. Fine for Perth. Sunny in Geraldton. Fine in Broome. Sunny for Carnarvon. Is that the best you got? It's all I've got. Yeah, a bit girly, good of to you put some effort in. Hit the power, let's get out of here. That paddler is thinking where is a spear gun when you need it. Thank you, Grant. Thank you.. There's renewed speculation this morning about a Labor leadership spill. Reports today suggest Kevin Rudd is just nine votes away from toppling Julia Gillard in the Labor partyroom. The Coalition says Mr Rudd has been hitting the phones in recent days looking for support. It says Labor Senator Trish Crossin is among those he's been lobbying but the Senator has denied the claim. Let's get reaction from our Big Guns of Politics, Environment Minister Tony Burke and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey. Good morning to you both. Senator Trish Crossin insists the last time she spoke with Mr Rudd was three weeks ago and the conversation was about a football team. So, Joe, where is the Coalition getting its information from? Look, we are focussed on doing job, the government should be Look, we are focussed on doing our focussed on theirs. Where things come from, I can't be sure but if Kevin is nine votes short, are you going to vote for him? How can you be not sure. This has come directly from a Liberal Senator, heard it from a heard who heard it from another. This is a journalist who has heard from a member of the Liberal Party who recollect objects he has heard a conversation from a member of Labor Party who reckons he heard conversation from a member of the what was being said on the other of the phone. This is a beat up. what was being said on the other end OK, then it's a beat up. Then it's a beat up. We are talking nine We are talking nine votes, that is pretty specific. That is what specifically has been said by a member of the Liberal Party about a telephone call he allegedly walked into the room at the end of. It'san invention. You asked me last week, is there anything on. There isn't anything on Can you say the phones haven't been ringing. Yeah, this is entirely from Liberal Party. Everyone else involved, has said no, not true. Yeah, this is entirely from the

Have you had a call from Kevin Rudd? , no it would be no surprise. Come on Kevin. Maybe to talk about the football. From his hospital beds, he rings Trish to talking about football. Kevin Rudd, talking about football. We know. Do you think he is ready to have a chat about a Northern Territory Senate about the football. The sofrs this is from the Liberal Party. It's Nigel All our fault. Party. It's Nigel Scully. All our fault.. Former Labor powerbroker Graham Richardson says the bigger threat to Gillard's leadership will be from the Independents. In May, I believean drew Wilkie will bring the government down because they want be able to get the poker machine legislation through. I think an election is only 7 or 8 months off. What do What do you think of that. When we first marked government. Then they said it wouldn't last a year. We are now beyond a year. The Independents say they have made a commitment for three years. I believe them. Joe I think Australia's hoping they don't last 9 months. I think that's where we are, the sooner this can all be revolved, the better. We had schinaniganss in the parliament we are because the government has introduced a migration amendment schinaniganss in the parliament this

Bill trying to fix offshore processing but they have not got the support of the majority of the members of the Parliament. We are going through the charade of a vote where they are not going to deliver the numbers. A government that can't deliver its agenda on the floor of the Parliament is a government that has to go back to has to go back to the people. Joe, the reason, let's not forget why you've got the issue at the moment that causes you to say you don't think it will make it through. Tony Abbott is prepare to go vote with the Greens to stop offshore process. You vote with the Greens every day. It's our fault we vote with the Greens. We agree on off sure processing. We are such evil people to vote with the Greens. We agree on offshore processing. We have a difference of opinion as to what country it should happen in. There is legislation before the court, whatever government the government of the day, it's up to them. It doesn't commit you to Malaysia. It just says, here is the bit we agree on and let's just vote on that. No. The focus continues to be Kevin Rudd again. Another issue the travel bills won't go away. The latest reports the Prime Minister has knocked back a request to Australia Day celebrations in the us. Is this the sort of event that knocked back a request to attend

the foreign minister should be attending to promote our nation. We have different ministers to go. What about Forbes ministers Joe will know from when he was a minister. It's standard among government that a few ministers will put in an event. How does the Prime Minister decide? Usually they rotate it and it depends what the themes are. This is a big proposal event that happens in the United States every year. Some years they promote different elements of trade, sometimes it can be agricultural minister. Sometimes it's tourism. So it's not Kevin's turn You always get a few ministers. Does he travel 2 months. If I was Julia Gillard, I would want him out of the country as much as possible. I don't know where he she would be New Yorking anything back. If Kevin want to go to tract, on your way, mate. Take as long as you can't. As long as there is no mobile phone coverage down there. Let's talk finance, massive slump, global financial markets. 30 billion wiped off the value of local shares yesterday. Joe, this is your field. What do you think we should be doing to make sure we do not have another economic slump These are massive numbers. This is increasing global volatility. Obviously at this stage it's coming out of the Europe but the United States looks really aNieminenic. I think we are looking into a long period of global volatility. Governments have borrowed too much money globally. When they do make decision toss pay it back, it means so much every day households, in Greece n Spain n Italy and so on, that the it back, it means so much pain for

communities is rebelling against the government. They are on the threshold of default. The bottom line is, if it's good - it's the right time for people to be cashed up, to have little debt, it's the right time for companies to be cashed up. It's the right time for countries to be cashed up What is the government's position? Are we headed for another recession. Australia better than any other country, and Joe doesn't like to give the acknowledgment because it's being recognised internationally. We have got the runs on the borld with being able to deal with a crisis of this nature. Now, we are not going to get into second guessing. This is developing day by day and hour by hour on the markets but it is true to say, in terms of dealing with some of the worst scenarios that are out there, the Australian Government has the runs on the board of being able to deal with this sort of thing better than any other countries. That's being country. But it is being correct niced. I being correct niced. I promise you, I am not going to be a hip cite and then praise Wayne Swan Just a a bit of Grace. I am not going to go and say, mate, you've crew screwed up on all these things, but Hey, you are the best in the world. Did the former government set it up for a situation where we are at now The previous two governments, the previous two governments, a whole lot of regulation that was put in under Peter Costello. Major economic reforms put in by the hawk and Keating government. All of that put us in a great position to be able to run the stimulus package. Australia is better prepared than most other countries. We most other countries. We have still got growth, strong growth in China, still demand for our minerals and energy but other parts of the Australian economy are doing it tough. It will be challenging time but as a nation, we can come through. Just say congratulations. Just say congratulations.N't Are you saying Get out. Tony, are you saying there is a chance, Wayne Swan will say thank you to Peter Costello and John Howard I won't be writing his speech but we have acknowledged the regulation that they put in. It was important when the other side does something that is important, I think you should acknowledge it. Alright, gents. Thank you for your time this morning. Big day ahead. See you. The man accused of Sydney's neck bomb hoax has begun his journey back from the United States, to face charges. Paul Peters has left a Kentucky jail, where he's spent the past five weeks. New South Wales Police will then accompany the 50-year-old on the long flight back to Sydney. Seven News reporter Paul Kadak is live at Los Angeles Airport. Good morning. When did Mr Peters leave LA? Well, it was just a few hours ago that he landed here at Los Angeles airport on a flight from Luis ville, Kentucky via Chicago and in a few hours from now, he will be on a flight to Sydney beinges sorted by those two former police officers. We saw Paul Peters arrive here at LA lachlt he was separated from the other passengers on that flight. Taken downstairs. He was in handcuffs. He was travelling handcuffs. He was travelling with the New South Wales Police officers but at that point, he still officially in the custody of the marshal service who transferred him from the jail, he spent so many officially in the custody of the US

weeks in in operation of a high security and high secrecy morning. He was then transferred to security and high secrecy this the local authorities here. He is being held at the air being held at the airport before he is given over to those New South Wales officers. The flight will arrive in Sydney, sometime Saturday morning. We were told this could take a long, long time to get him back to Australia. Why has it sped up so much Australia. Why has it sped up so much? Paul Peters had the option of fighting moves to extradite him back to Australia. We could have seen months of legal argument but it was decided - he decided that he wasn't going to go through that. His lawyer told us that he was keen to get

told us that he was keen to get back to Australia to face the charges against him. They are serious charges. He said basically he wasn't achieving anything sitting in a jail and admitting really extradition, fighting extradition doesn't normally work out. Normally the person is extradited eventually. It's just a matter of legal argument to get there. He has by-passed all of that. He is in a position where he is about to board a plane back to Australia, to face serious charges, kid naiping, ex portion all associated with the collar bomb hoax in Sydney. Here is Melbourne. Here is Melbourne.. With around 500 million people on Facebook worldwide it'll come as no surprise there's plenty of interest when changes to the social networking site are announced. That's exactly what's happened this morning with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg addressing the world about the soon-to-be-delivered new-and-improved site. You can connect to anything in anyway you want. We think that this is going to make it so you can make an ordinary of magnitude and more connections than you could before. connections than you could before.. Zuckerberg announced two major new features to the site. For details on exactly what they are we're joined now by technology reporter Scott Budman who was at the Facebook announcement in California. Good morning, Scott. This isn't just a makeover but a total change, isn't it? Good morning, Mel. It really is know. Facebook as you know, loves to take its core process of letting you communicate with anyone you want and tweak it quite frequently. This was as you said, a big change. The addition of music that we can now share with our friend and even buy on Facebook, not to mention a complete make-over of the pain page. That will lot v a lot of people, up in arms but also experimenting and perhaps bying some new people into the fold which is Facebook's goal. Tell us about timeline and open graph. Well, time shrine the big change. Timeline is now taking all of your apps, all of your photos and putting thechl on to one page in chronology order and the goal there is to make it so you can find and post all of the thing that you and your friend are doing and instead of having to scroll down ever time on you go to Facebook to see what has been going on, everything will now be chronological. So you will be able to see what your friend have been doing in order and that according to the CEO Mark Zuckerberg will make it easier to find. It will object a graph, a literal timeline. As far as open graph, that's a way to add a lot of apps. Facebook has been getting into the app business. Now with some software tweaks, you will be able to add and play with a whole bunch of new apps which is another great reason to spend more time on the day on Facebook. What is your view, is it simple? I thought it was messy that it would be messy. People were reluctant to have changes made? It's a great point. At first, it always It's a great point. At first, it always is a little messy and Kade. I am no engineer, it's kind of a experiment, some frustration, also privacy concerns when Facebook opens up something knew like it did here. But eventually people just seem to get it. It becomes part of their lives. What they seem to be doing is adding on to things you are already doing. Soy can keep what you are doing, pretty consistent on Facebook. If you like, there are new ways to play with some apps, new ways to buy and share music. This is adding on to what has already been successful and accepted by Facebook users. Do you reckon they have looked at Google+, looked at Apple, and Twitter and Twitter and pinched all the best bits? I think so, I think that's part of what is driving all this. Facebook on its own is very successful, something like 800 million users. And investors waiting to buy stock. They are a success but because of that success, so many other companies like the ones we just mentioned are trying to copy them. I think Zuckerberg and face Berg feel the nipping at their head. They want to prove that we not only have a way that is boater than the other guy, we have a way to make Mormon I All this was announced about 3 am Aussie time. When will we start to see these new features and when can people use them? They just made the announcement here and they said that the testing version of timeline and music and apps, launched today. So you will be able to get your hands on it, mostly the developers will be able to play with it. Over the next 2 to 3 weeks, everything will be rolled out. It will be part of your daily Facebook experience. Good to talk to you, Honourable Good to talk to you, half a billion users. It will be massive They are playing catch up with Google. Now to a follow-up on the story we brought you yesterday about Miley Cyrus. The Hollywood star had tweeted her opposition to a controversial land development at Phillip Island in Victoria. She's spent some time there with Aussie boyfriend, actor Liam Hemsworth. The government planned to rezone part of the seaside farming land for housing. The actress and pop singer took to Twitter describing the island as "such a magical place." And saying "It would be a shame to see it change." Miley's message was sent out to 2.5 million of her followers. Well now the Victorian Planning Minister has reversed its decision to rezone the area and they will instead support the council's plan to preserve the land. The government denied that Miley's tweet prompted the sudden rethink. She is powerful. Star power, fight it altogether way. Still to come - the schools changing the national anthem. And, our exclusive with age-defying actress Helen Mirren. That's in 15 minutes. Good morning.. Hold onto your hats.. a windy day ahead in Canberra.. 23 the top. Much the same. . and

sunny in Cooma and Yass.. 22 degrees. While.. we can expect some showers.. over the weekend.

As the ACT Opposition struggles to win support for an inquiry into the proposed CIT and Canberra Uni merger.. today's the last chance we can have our say on the plan. Professor Denise Bradley's recommended the merger.. with claims.. both institutions won't survive on their own. Book lovers are urged to head to the Lifeline Spring bookfair.. which kicks off at Exhibition Park today. It's to raise much needed cash for Lifeline's 24 hour telephone

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are still there Later - the kids running wild on school muck-up days and the parents powerless to stop their bad behaviour. Right now though it's news time, here's Nat. Kevin Rudd flies back to Australia on Sunday into new claims he's plotting against Julia Gillard. Coalition senator Nigel Scullion claims he overheard a phone call in which the Foreign Minister told Labor Senator Trish Crossin he was only nine votes shy of taking the leadership. The government denies the call was made. That's what has specifically been said by a member of the Liberal Party about a telephone call he allegedly walked into the room at the end of - it's an invention. Senator Crossin has also publicly denied the claims. The man accused of the hoax collar-bomb attack on Sydney schoolgirl Madeleine Pulver will soon be handed over into the custody of New South Wales detectives. Businessman Paul Peters was escorted from Kentucky to Los Angeles this morning after waiving his right to challenge his extradition. Because he is really not accomplishing anything sitting here in a jail in the United Sates, he's not making any progress on answering what he's got to deal with back in Australia. Peters is due to arrive back in Sydney tomorrow. Police are hunting a driver over a hit-and-run in Melbourne's south-east. A 21-year-old man was walking along the Princes Highway at Narre Warren when he was struck by a white ute. The driver failed to stop Police say the victim was taken to hospital in a critical condition. The Queens' granddaughter, Zara Phillips, has been reunited with her husband, English rugby captain Mike Tindall. Ms Phillips arrived in Dunedin and went straight to the team's hotel. There's speculation Tindall could be in trouble with his new wife after security vision surfaced of him hugging another woman in a bar. And a rare large, pink-diamond ring is set to go under the hammer in Hong Kong next month. At 9.2 carats the sparkler is expected to fetch over $19 million at auction. Experts say the stone was found in an ancient Indian gem mine. A number of other precious gems will also be up for sale. The jewellery will be sold on October 5. In finance news: The do you plummeted 390 points today, the Nasdaq slid will 2. In London the Fitz London the London the FTSE dropped. The Aussie dollar buying 97 cents. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. It's D-day for the Broncos and Sea Eagles at the SFS tonight. Manly are favourites with the bookies but they're