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(generated from captions) Is there anybody here? themselves to police at the moment? Any witnesses here that can identify A nervous London jumps again. hit the city's transport network. This time four attempted bombings Only one person hurt, failed, but while the would-be terrorists was to kill. police say their intention as the sun rises this Friday. London on alert here's Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Good morning. It's the 22nd of July. It could have been much worse. after the deadly London blasts, Two weeks but failed. terrorists have tried again, of the previous attacks - It had the hallmarks three tube stations and a bus - but the bombs didn't work. with Prime Minister Howard. Our Mark Riley is travelling Good morning, Mark.

it must have brought back awful memories

Yes, it certainly did for the

people here, another day of

heightened anxiety. In London a

number of incidents in the tube

stations and on a bus or a replica

at first it seemed of what happened

two weeks ago but as it panned out

nowhere near as serious in

materials of it damage caused but

certainly in the anxiety and the

fear that it struck in the people

for several hours today it had a

unfolded. great impact. This is how it

for the second time in two weeks. A city under siege was London's transport system. Once again, the target on three trains and a bus. Explosions rang out

There were people crying and

others. everything. Others comforting

The Oval Underground Station The first explosion was at just after 12.30pm local time. Warren Street Station, Seven minutes later, at 1pm. followed by Shepherd's Bush

in Hackney at 1.30pm was the last. An explosion on a No.26 double-decker at Downing Street But the emergency heightened for questioning. where police took one man away John Howard was inside No.10 British Prime Minister Tony Blair having lunch with when the bombs went off.

I think we have to react calmly

and continue with our business as

much as possible as normal. and injured only one person. This time the blasts were smaller was found on the bus, But news reports say a high explosive in the 7 July attacks. similar to that used on the devices went off. It appears only the detonators must have been to kill, The intention

You don't do this with any other

intention and the important point

that is the intention of the

terrorists has not been fulfilled. Scotland Yard has not confirmed a fortnight ago a direct link to the attacks the work of amateur copy cats. and it could be another assault Londoners were half expecting they won't bow to terrorism. but their leaders say had another attempt to take life It is not surprising that we have in London so rapidly after the first. how has John Howard reacted? Now, Mark,

David, John Howard was at 10

Downing Street with Tony Blair. He

had just gone into a lunch meeting

will with Mr Blair at his private

study at 10 Downing Street when the

news came through to the Prime

Ministers these incidents had

occurred. There was a lot of

activity at that time around 10

Downing Street and Whitehall as you

can imagine and both Prime

Ministers received continual brief

innings for the next couple of

hours and ten had a joint press

conference where they stood

defiantly side by side saying that

neither of their countries would

bow to terrorism. John Howard said

that being in Washington on

September 11, 2001 meeting with

George Bush tat time of those

attacks and now being in London

today had given him a personal

insight into how both those

countries reacted and that he

thought there were lessons there,

very good lessons for Australia,

and that we could draw upon that

particularity what he saw day at 10

Downing Street, Tony Blair calling

a meeting of his top ministers and

advisers and the way he saw that

security apparatus click into

action rather seam Leslie he said

was a great example for us. Let's

listen to what John Howard said

That the response of the services

in London and in Britain have been

quite remarkable and we Australians

have been greatly impressed with

the determination of the British

people to get on with life

Mark Riley, in London, thank you.

throughout the morning. We will check pack with you

and our resources in London, As well as Mark and our resources in London,

from Dr Keith Suter after 7 o'clock. we're going to get some analysis this morning's news, Now for the rest of here's Simon Reeve. Good morning, everyone. has welcomed the conviction Foreign Minister Alexander Downer Australian Embassy bombing in Jakarta of one of the men behind the last September. will serve 3.5 years Self-described cleric Irun Hidayat by lending money to the perpetrators. for assisting in a terrorist act are facing trial over the bombing, Five other extremists which killed 11. has arrived in Germany An emotional Simon Gillett wants $7 million compensation Cornelia Rau

for her wrongful detention. she was criminally mistreated She claims as an immigration detainee. during her 10 months she's now in Melbourne The Australian newspaper reports mental health order in breach of a South Australian An Iraqi tribunal has released video of Saddam Hussein of its interrogation over a Shiite massacre in the 1980s.

Long-bearded and with a shaky voice, the current government the former President accuses of being an American puppet to see his lawyer. and protests at not being allowed most prominent harbour-side sites, A media army staked out at Sydney's Mr and Mrs Hewitt, but celebrity newlyweds,

managed to slip though the net. A wedding shrouded in secrecy - the tennis ace's grandparents not even were told of the game plan. what to expect? REPORTER: So you've got no idea

No, I haven't got a clue.

Don't you think that's gorgeous? to the reception at Taronga Zoo. A sunset cruise carried guests At the end of the night for their hotel, the newlyweds made a dash for the cameras. without a single appearance with Kylie Gillies. To sports news now

rights the ships for the Aussies. And Glenn McGrath Glenn McGrath led a miraculous comeback as Australia took the upper-hand after day one of the first Ashes Test. The Aussies were bowled out for 190, but McGrath took 5/21 as England limped to 7/92 at stumps. Ricky Ponting won the toss and elected to bat on a seaming wicket and his opening batsmen paid the price. Matthew Hayden and Ricky Ponting both copped battle scars

as the Aussies slumped to 4/66. COMMENTATOR: Gone! Simon Jones strikes first up. Michael Clarke was unlucky to be given out lbw. Steve Harmison ran riot and took 5/43 as the Aussies scraped to 190. Glen McGrath had his shoes primed for the occasion and took his 500th Test wicket with his first ball after tea. It didn't stop there as the 35-year-old paceman tore through England's top order... Yeah! Oh, he has got another wicket, down the hill. ..reducing the home side to 5/21. Along the floor. Kevin Pietersen and Geraint Jones breathed life back into the run chase. Oh, he has just smashed that. Before Brett Lee took two quick wickets to leave England struggling at 7/92 at stumps.

Collingwood has made six changes ahead of tonight's match against St Kilda. Shane Woewodin and Jason Cloke have both been recalled. Alan Didak returns after serving a two-match ban.

In Rugby League, Bulldogs' utility Reni Maitua is in doubt for tonight's match is in doubt for tonight's match against the Broncos.

Maitua has been unable to train all week because of a virus.

Up-to-date with all the sports news

this Friday morning. What a first

day of the Test.

It will be over quickly the way it

is going

More like a one-day match really.

Grant has criss-crossed the country

this week and today he is in

Ispwitch. Grant good morning

I certainly am from behind the

wheel of the Weather Wagon, look

what I found. The most beautiful

car you will ever see in the world,

better than Kit from Night Rider

and you are talking about the

vfplts 8 soup ire car I'm trying to

make a name in in the junior series,

a big weekend. The junior series

joins with the main series over

this to run together at the

Queensland 300. This is where the

likes of your Marcus Ambrose, Mark

Skaife all come together for the

big one so it is a big weekends of

racing and we look forward to it as

we bring you the latest weather. A cold front in the south-east

will generate showers over Tasmania and coastal Victoria. Westerly winds will maintain showers across south-west WA. A high will keep the interior dry and send strong winds and isolated showers onto the northern New South Wales and Queensland coasts. The two-day outlook. Fine in Brisbane and Sydney. Showers possible in Canberra and Hobart on Sunday. A showery weekend for Melbourne. Adelaide should be fine tomorrow. Clearing to a fine Sunday in Perth.

I will have the phone book under my

bum so join us in 20 minutes. Bec and Lleyton got hitched in a very public place yesterday, but where are they this morning? We'll look at their first morning as husband and wife after 7 o'clock. But after the break, a marriage of sports knowledge, and rugged style - Mark Beretta joins us from Mount Hotham for Sportschat when we return.

Better than sex, can I say that? I don't know!

It was actually a lot harder than I

expected it was a pretty big shock. That

sets you up perfectly for My Business at 11

Sports world ace terrific lead-in

for my business, that is the way

the programmers have done it

Weekend Sunrise ace terrific

lead-in for sports world, what a

day and what a holiday at Mt Hotham.

Mark Beretta. Nothing will stop you

from talking sport on the day!

Let's face tit way the footy

tipping is going he can't afford to

miss it.

That is right, I continue afford to

be away!

Mate, I fell asleep during the

lunch break, isn't it great an

Ashes series, you go to bed

listening to the radio as you did

as a kid. I fell asleep thinking "I

hoe Beretts trap really works" and

boy, did you come through!

I have got two words for you Kochie,

ooh-ah Glenn McGrath. At one stage

he had all five wickets, Glen had

all the wickets. Just after tea his

500th Test wicket and takes him to

number 4 in the all-time wicket

takers, Warney number 1, Murali

number 2, Courtney Walsh and Glenn

McGrath sensational. We chatted to

David Shepherd the retired

international umpire who said at

the time there was talk in England

Australia's attack might have been

losing strength. He said from what

he has seen there is no way known

if England is not ready they have

got it wrong and sure enough

tpwhren McGrath brought things back

into perspective, Australia all out

for 190 and England 7 stroke strobe

92 it doesn't look too bad for

Australia

We will give him the mab of the

match trophy immediately! How much

did the state of the pitch

contribute to the low scores?

Very much so. It was a bowlers

delight, Mel. When recollecty

Ponting won the toss it looked as

though it would be a wicket for the

batsman and that is the way he

would have red it but conditions

changed and it became overcast and

it turned into a bowlers delight.

The Aussie batsmen, particularly

Ponting, Hayden and Langer really

copped it from the English attack.

They were beaten around an bruised

black and blue but they turned it

around and Glenn McGrath got hold

of the ball in the afternoon

Really deep gash on Ricky Ponting's

cheek. It was a great start to the

Ashes series, fantastic and we have

just deposit to get rid of Kev cin

Petersen early when they resume.

Greg Cary can't be with us. He sent

his tips in. Let's focus on footy

now and take a look first at the AFL tips -

You are all pretty much in step,

you are sticking with Sydney, they

have done you proud

Yes, Kochie, just the last couple

of weeks they have looked good and

at home the West Coast is a big ask

but the momentum they have at home

t crowd support, when they play

through the centre and kick long,

Barry Hall ace great target for

them and I reckon they might cause

an upset against West Coast. St

Kilda tonight, Mick Malthouse has

referendum up the Magpies during

the week but the Saints too good there

NRL - pretty much the same, let me

look, all the same. That is boring.

Except you have gone one out Mark

and picked the Dogs against the Broncos

Yes, a blockbuster tonight, there

is plenty of time left in the

season so I'm trying to peg them

back one at a time and the bulldogs

with the form they have shown might

get up over Brisbane. Brisbane are

inform and going beautifully but I

think the Dogs at home could cause

trouble

So the Dogs are at home tonight?

Yes, Telstra Stadium

All part of the trap

Should we bring up the leaderboard?

Look at that, just at quick one

No, I have to go skiing!

All right mate, we will - in fact

before you get your skis out, we

will catch you later for the book

club, you are a begger for punishment

I have really enjoyed if book this week

Have you?

Yeah, I have been surprised, it has been great

So you have been talking to us

Talk to you later

You have been reading, have you

done much skiing?

He will go and read now

I haven't done much baby sitting See you soon Beretts.

Good to know he has been reading, I

brought mine along. Later in the show, an encore performance from Mr Reeve as he lives his dream. See how Simon does Sinatra at 7.50. But next, start spreading the news, we're off to Wall Street. It's up to you to take in all the finance news after the break.

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Good morning, how's the market trading?

Not so well unfortunately. US

stocks ended the day to the

downside and one of the reasons is

the attempted explosions in London.

Every trader I talked to say it

hurt sentiment not because of the

event but spooked the market but as

one trader told me a reminder that

terrorism is a clear and present

danger in the global economy,

something also that Alan Greenspan

has mentioned in his prepared

comments before the US congress for

the last two days. Also remember

the Nasdaq and S&P 500 ended at four-year highs Wednesday so

profit-taking was pretty much a

possible situation for the session

today. Another big story, China

re-evaluateing its currency, which

would make US goods cheaper in

China whereas China-made goods

would cost more in the US which

would help the manufacturing

industry but some traders fret it

could signal slow down in the

Chinese economy or to Chinese

economy would invest less in US

trrbries. The Dow Jones ended off

61 points and the Nasdaq down 10

point or about half a per cent.

Let's talk about some food for

thought or spefly some junk food.

McDonald's posed a 5% rise in its

quarterly profits, sales were

lifted by the continued success

such as an tray sized salad and

premium chicken strips. Soft drink

giant Coca-Cola posed a 9% increase

in its earnings, it credits strong

international sales for the game,

coke shares rose 1.5% on the day

and that is the wrap from Wall

Street. Kochie have a great weekend.

Talk to you next week. Japan's Nikkei closed flat. Hong Kong's Hang Seng was up only slightly. Back home, the All Ords set a new record.

Investors carried the index above 39.4 points higher to surpass the previous record set on 17 June. The ASX200 finished higher. Oil continues to fall. What are the implications of the overnight incidents in London here at home? Next hour, we'll ask the Big Guns of Politics, Joe Hockey and Kevin Rudd. But next, news, sport and weather. You're watching Sunrise across Australia.

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on juggling work and life Check our tips during Sunrise in Focus. on the alert in London But for the latest here's Simon. Good morning, everyone. on a high terror alert London is once again city's Underground train stations with explosions on three of the and a bus. from 12.30 in the afternoon Blasts were reported of the devices went off. but it appears only the detonators must have been to kill, The intention with any other intention. I mean, you don't do this And I think the important point is has not been fulfilled. that the intention of the terrorists one man away for questioning. Police have taken has not made a direct link Scotland Yard a fortnight ago. to the deadly attacks was at a lunch meeting Prime Minsiter John Howard at the time of the explosions. with British counterpart Tony Blair for a change in security laws Mr Howard says Australia is overdue tough anti-terror measures. and is considering adopting Britains

It had been all smiles as John

Howard arrived at 10 Downing Street.

How are you, great to see you again Tony

cricket And some gentle banter about the

Have you deposit the cricket score?

It is early days here

guest We have to be diplomatic with our

Tony Blair showing his guest to

his private study for a working

lunch. 20 minute later, news of the

fresh attacks as security scam ld SIRENS WAIL. outside.

Mr Blair calling an urgent meeting

of his top ministers, while Mr

Howard was taken across Downing

Street to chance her Gordon Brown's

office. When the Prime Ministers

did finish their meetings here John

Howard said he will consider

adapting some of Tony Blair's tough

anti terror measures forced by

incidents like today's. Mr Howard

fears our laws are not keeping up

with the terrorists

We have 19th century legal

responses to 21st century

technological terrorist capacity Both men denying their commitment

to the war on Iraq had motivated

the attacks

The people who are responsible for

the terrorist attack are the terrorists. A devastated Simon Gillett has arrived in Germany following the tragic death of his cyclist wife Amy on Tuesday. The survivors of the road accident have resumed racing. Today team-mate Rochelle Gilmore controlled her emotions to win the climb of the local tour and dedicated the white jersey to Amy. Everything comes back to thinking of her at the moment. It's really difficult. Amy was really a motivated person and I know she would have liked us to get on with it. Team-mates Alexis Rhodes and Louise Yaxley remain critical in hospital,

but doctors are optimistic about their recovery chances. A man behind the Australian Embassy bombing in Jakarta has been jailed for 3.5 years. Self-declared cleric Irun Hidayat was found guilty of assisting in a terrorist act by lending money to the bombers. The Australian Government has welcomed the verdict. The attack last September killed 11 and injured hundreds more. Cornelia Rau is demanding $7 million compensation for her 10-month ordeal in immigration detention. The Australian newspaper reports her sister has made a desperate plea for her to return home for treatment. A man has died after an industrial explosion in North Queensland. He was using an air compressor at a Mackay mining equipment business when it exploded. Workplace Health and Safety officers and police are investigating the incident. Under the glow of a full moon, celebrity newlyweds 200 guests toasted Australia's latest celebrity newlyweds in the grounds of Taronga Zoo. at a soiree in the grounds of Taronga Zoo. Bec and Lleyton Hewitt's wedding reception was the grand finale to a lavish day of harbour-side ceremony. From the Opera House, the wedding party cruised to the reception, before the couple arrived at their hotel.

I got a text from Alf last night

"Flameing gorgeous!"

He was there Just terrific

What do we think about them having

to hide under the sheets though?

I'm not so sure about that one.

It lacked a bit of dignity, maybe

they were just starting early!

Thinking of lacking dignity!

Moving right along folks. Checking sports news now with Kylie Gillies. Australia takes the upper hand in the first Ashes Test. All thanks to Glen McGrath who took 5/21 off 13 overs. Opener Markus Trescothick was the paceman's 500th Test scalp. in the final session of the day He took four more wickets in the final session of the day as England was reduced to 7/92 at stumps. The home side is still 98 runs short of Australia's total of 190. The Aussies were woeful with the bat The Aussies were woeful with the bat as Steve Harmison took 5/43. He even left Ricky Ponting bleeding from the cheek. To AFL. Collingwood forward Alan Didak will play against St Kilda tonight after serving out his two-match ban. The Saints have confirmed captain Nick Riewoldt won't play. He will make his comeback from a collarbone injury against Melbourne next week.

In Rugby League. Brisbane full-back Karmichael Hunt is in doubt for tonight's match against the Bulldogs. The Broncos' 2004 rookie of the year has a virus. 21-year-old Nick Parfitt has been flown to Sydney as his replacement.

You not still dreaming this morning,

England all out - Australia all out

for 190, England 7/92, unbelievable.

Let's check of today's weather from

Grant who is in racing mode today

Welcome to Dick's Pit, the bunker

of the master himself Dick Johnston

racing getting set for the

Queensland 300. It will be a ripper

weekend as well. Next to the fleet

and the Falcon is the racing Falcon

of Dick Seeton. Glenn had his best

performance since 2001 finishing

fourth in Darwin so hopefully they

will go well. The DGR team on fire.

It is different to what you may

remember when I was racing utes -

lights, didn't have any of those,

and dirt, not this fancy stuff. I

will take you behind the scenes. This is one of the most important

rooms on a race weekend. The data

room, where all the techno geeks

and number-crunch muchers sit.

There is more number-crunch muching

than on your tax return. Normally

there is computers galore where

data guys go through mountains of

information looking at lines all

day trying to find speed. Some of

the most important people sit in

there. The reason they are so

important ace car like this is hard

to set up. We will go down do the

front right corner of the car here.

Take this corner as an example.

There are 10 different point of

adjustment just behind this wheel.

40 different levels of adjustment

in those 10 points. Each corner,

160 different types of suspension

combinations. It is like trying to

remember the phone book, impossible,

but like everything you do you will

try to find more grip through these

tyres that are really only good for

about four laps before they start

to deteriorate so you need good

engineers who can think behind and

out side square and try to find your results on the track,

To go racing you need an engine.

Under here, and this is a secret,

an engine worth $100,000 and do you

know how long they last? 1,000 km,

that is between Sydney and

Melbourne before you have to

rebuild it completely again and

they produce 620 horsepower so that

is a lot of grunt!

What are the hook things on the

bonnet?

That is to hold the bonnet down so

it does not flash up because the

general force of going at 240 km

like we do here at the Queensland

tragedy and that would be a tragedy

if it did flip up

Not that we wish that on you. You

need a lot of money.

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you Grant. What happens when the rapper Nelly meets our own Big Daddy David Koch? Find out who talks the language of the streets next hour at 7.40.

Off the hook or off the chain!

So much to learn at 7.40. But next, all the showbiz goss from the streets of Hollywood. We'll cross to Nelson Aspen after the break.

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Welcome back to Sunrise. Let's check the newspapers from around the country.

As you can imagine, they are covering the London terror scare. The West Australian says - "London Rocked By New Terror Attacks." The papers all came out pretty early in the piece before it was realised things weren't too bad.

The Herald Sun says - "Blasts Rip London." And the Courier-Mail has the story. Plus it has a photo of Mr and Mrs Hewitt

at their wedding yesterday.

Most were aerial helicopter shots

through the roof She looked for Gus. Just when you thought life was back to normal for Michael Jackson, it seems he is once again facing a legal battle. To tell us more, we are joined by Nelson Aspen in Hollywood. Good morning. What's happening?

Normal and Michael Jackson is all

relative but he has another court

case completely unrelated to the

big one we have been talking about

for the last year and a half.

Yesterday there was a preliminary

hearing and neither Jackson nor his

attorney showed up for it. Just

didn't appear. So the judge has

rescheduled a date of August 1 and

if nobody shows up at that time,

then he will be dealing with civil

contempt. Now what this case is -

there was a young man who back in

1984, so this is going way back,

claims that he was seduced by

Michael Jackson and is aleblging

sexual misconduct. He says the

reason that it hasn't come out for

all these years is that it wasn't

until the most recent case that the repressed memories have started

coming to him. So Michael Jackson's

family spokesperson says they will

take care of this and handle it. He

says it is just somebody else who

is trying to capitalise and take

advantage of Michael's generosity

and looking for honey and we will

see how it plays out but it has

caused Jackson to skip going to

Berlin to celebrate his father's

birthday. So the rest of the family is over there

Just before we let you go, gorgeous

Eva from Desperate Housewives has a new flame

Yes, tiny, tiny little Eva is

looking up to big tall Tony Parker,

professional basketball players

with the San an tone crow Spurs and

the tabloids have speculated and

she says yes the tabloids have got

it right, no engagement, no

marriage plans but they are a

couple and a beautiful couple.

Yes, he is certainly a good player.

Thank you knell sofpblt catch you after Do young people care about casting their vote once they turn 18? Our Big Guns of Politics will have their say at 7.10. And later, counting the cost of Bec and Lleyton's amazing wedding. This is Sunrise on Seven. Good morning. Concerns businesses MP Katrina Hodgkinson says staff at a video store and 16 sailors will ride into the

SPORTSWORLD THEME PLAYS Better than sex! Let me say that. Can I say that? SPORTSWORLD THEME PLAYS It's actually a lot harder than I expected. It's was a pretty big shock! SPORTSWORLD THEME PLAYS

Listen to the mum over there when

the baby comes up swimming

The other baby is the show Sports World

Your big baby!

A great show

Speaking of babies not long to go

until there is a baby Hewitt, Mr And Mrs Hewitt

What did you think girls?

Bridesmaids, let' tick them off

Hard to tell those shots Colourful.

Little Aussie theme t yellow

Summer Bay. Look at Bec She looks beautiful

Showing a bit of leg

It was a bit racey.

She was trying to get up the steps

Is that appropriate for somebody

who is pregnant do you think?

Don't be like that. She is

gorgeous. She drops it down. It was

a beautiful dress and she looked gorgeous

You have to wonder how much of the

helicopters they could hear during the ceremony

I wonder if they could hear the

roar of the helicopters above

This whole secrecy business and

then last night going back to the

hotel with sheets over them, do you

think it went a step too far?

I just think it would be a shame to

have to have your day shrouded like that. I understand I think they

have sold their story and the money

will go to their Cambodian

orphanage - but that is a bit sad.

Do they need the money? Why don't

they just - I don't know.

I'm with you Mel

Hats off to them - if you had the

money and you could take over the

whole Opera House for your wedding,

hats off they went ahead and did it

in that way if that is what they

wanted and didn't shy away - if

that is what they really wanted and

they celebrated it, I think it was lovely

I hate to think the roar of the

helicopters overhead would have

drowned out the wedding vows

Do you think they should have gone

to that extreme or should they just

have been out there celebrating?

Here we are getting married!

I'm surprised we haven't seen a

photo released like all the

celebrities do these days

They must have been saving it for a

magazine

As you say, going to a good cause,

the Cambodian orphanage. Tell us what you think. Time now for the Thought of the Day. It was emailed in by Amber from Adelaide. "Have you ever noticed when you blow in your dog's face "he gets mad at you? "But when you take him for a car ride, "he sticks his head out the window!"

I never thought about it. Chris

from WA says did you hear the

shortest fairytale ever? A woman

asked her boyfriend to Mary her,

she said no and they lived happy ever after

Was that the joke of the day? I

wondered off there for a moment

Can you say that again

I did wander off and I still

didn't laugh

Did you hear the shortest fairytale

ever? A woman asked her boyfriend

to Mary her. He say no and they

lived happy will ever after!

Yes, I get it now

Was it better than the second time anybody?

No, we are not having caned

laughter! If we resort to that ...

That is great.

They are all from viewers

Pam it off, wherever you get a huge

roar of laughter ...

Exactly right

Haven't we had an enormous response

to the Sunrise New Idea book club.

We have had so many beautiful

emails so later on this morning we

are going to review the first chap

tefrts new Harry Potter book.

But straight ahead, news, sport and weather. You're waking up with Sunrise.

SONG:# I started a joke

That is a shot of London. Our

camera is just outside the Warren

street tube station in the heart of

the city. It was the scene of the

second attempted explosion

overnight. Of course we will keep

you up-to-date with all the details

as they unfold this morning. Good

morning it is Friday, 22 July and

if you have just joined us a really

nervous London has jumped again

Overnight four attempted bombings

hit the city's transport network.

Only one person was hurt but while

the would-be terrorists failed

police say their intention was to kill. Coming up on Sunrise we will check back in with our reporter in London and our Big Guns of Politics will report on John Howard's meeting with Tony Blair. And later, I catch up with Nelly. But right now it's over to Simon Reeve. Good morning, everyone. London has come under attack for the second time in two weeks. Like the 7 July bombings, terrorists have targeted three Underground trains and a bus. This time there have been no fatalities

but the emergency closed down the city. A city under siege for the second time in two weeks. SIRENS WAIL Once again, the target was London's transport system.

Explosions rang out on three trains and a bus. There were people crying and everything. Other comforting others. The first explosion was at The Oval Underground Station just after 12.30pm local time. Seven minutes later, Warren Street Station, followed by Shepherd's Bush at 1pm. An explosion on a No.26 double-decker in Hackney at 1.30pm was the last. The emergency heightened at Downing Street where police took one man away for questioning. John Howard was inside No.10 having lunch with British Prime Minister Tony Blair when the bombs went off. I think we've just got to react calmly and continue with our business as much as possible as normal. This time the blasts were smaller and injured only one person. But news reports say a high explosive was found on the bus, similar to that used in the 7 July attacks. It appears only the detonators on the devices went off. The intention must have been to kill, You don't do this with any other intention. And I think the important point is that the intention of the terrorists has not been fulfilled. Scotland Yard has not confirmed a direct link to the attacks a fortnight ago and it could be the work of amateur copycats. Londoners were half expecting another assault but their leaders say they won't bow to terrorism. It is not surprising that we have had another attempt that we have had another attempt to take life in London

so rapidly after the first, and we will get through this. We've been through a lot, so this isn't going to get us down.

After the emergency scares in London, Prime Minister John Howard stood beside his counterpart Tony Blair in denouncing these attacks and affirming his firm stance against terrorists. No Australian government that I lead will never have its policies determined by terrorism or terrorist threats. Mr Howard says Australia has a lot to learn Foreign Minister Alexander Downer has welcomed the conviction of one of the men behind the Australian Embassy bombing in Jakarta last September. Self-described cleric Irun Hidayat will serve 3.5 years for assisting in a terrorist act by lending money to the perpetrators. Five other extremists are facing trial over the bombing, that killed 11 people. An emotional Simon Gillett has arrived in Germany following the tragic death of his cyclist wife, Amy, on Tuesday. Today, team-mate Rochelle Gilmore won the climb of the local tour and dedicated the white jersey to Amy. Doctors are optimistic about the recovery of her critically injured team-mates, Alexis Rhodes and Louise Yaxley. Cornelia Rau wants $7 million compensation for her wrongful detention. She claims she was criminally mistreated during her 10 months as an immigration detainee. The Australian newspaper reports she is now in Melbourne in breach of a South Australian mental health order.

Her sister wants her to return home. An Iraqi tribunal has released video of its interrogation of Saddam Hussein over a Shiite massacre in the 1980s. Long-bearded and with a shaky voice, the former president accuses the current government of being an American puppet, and protests at not being allowed to see his lawyer. Checking finance news. Wall Street and the Dow Jones Wall Street and the Dow Jones dropped 61 points. The Nasdaq also headed south. Despite the terror scare, as too was Germany's Dax. London's FT100 was up

In our region - most prominent harbour-side sites, A media army staked out at Sydney's Mr and Mrs Hewitt, but celebrity newlyweds, managed to slip though the net. A wedding shrouded in secrecy - the tennis ace's grandparents not even were told of the game plan. what to expect? REPORTER: So you've got no idea No, I haven't got a clue. Don't you think that's gorgeous? to the reception at Taronga Zoo. A sunset cruise carried guests At the end of the night

for their hotel, the newlyweds made a dash without a single appearance for the cameras. To sports news now with Kylie Gillies and Glenn McGrath saves the day for Australia. Glenn McGrath led a miraculous comeback as Australia took the upper-hand after day one of the first Ashes Test.

The Aussies were bowled out for 190, but McGrath took 5/21 as England limped to 7/92 at stumps. Ricky Ponting won the toss and elected to bat on a seaming wicket and his opening batsmen paid the price.

Matthew Hayden and Ricky Ponting both copped battle scars as the Aussies slumped to 4/66. COMMENTATOR: Gone! Simon Jones strikes first up. Michael Clarke was unlucky to be given out lbw. Steve Harmison ran riot and took 5/43 as the Aussies scraped to 190. Glenn McGrath had his shoes primed for the occasion and took his 500th Test wicket with his first ball after tea.

It didn't stop there as the 35-year-old paceman tore through England's top order... Oh, he has got another wicket, down the hill. ..reducing the home side to 5/21. Along the floor. Kevin Pietersen and Geraint Jones breathed life back into the run chase. Oh, he has just smashed that. Before Brett Lee took two quick wickets to leave England struggling at 7/92 at stumps. Collingwood has made six changes ahead of tonight's match against St Kilda. Shane Woewodin and Jason Cloke have both been recalled. Alan Didak returns after serving a two-match ban. In Rugby League, Bulldogs' utility Reni Maitua is in doubt for tonight's match against the Broncos. Maitua has been unable to train all week because of a virus.

It is a big weekend for the

Wallabies, Kochie, taking on South Africa in Johannesburg

Yes, it will be tough to do it at altitude.

They haven't won there for a long time

I reckon we can do it. I have got confidence. Text them a messable,

that is what you need to do. Goes

through to them. A great way of doing it.

Grant has today's weather from

Ispwitch in Queensland

In the back of pit lane is where

we are on the truck transport

parade getting set for an exciting

Queensland 300. This is the most

exciting championship we have seen

in many years. In six rounds we

have produced five different

winners. We don't know which way it

is going to do - that is the good

thing. Dick Johnson and Stephen

Johnson are certainly in team but

who else will challenge them?

Marcus Ambrose, he may be the

champion at this track but he

hasn't won a round for the last

five round and on the Holden side

of the fence - it hurts me to say

that - Todd Kelly is the only one

to win a round this year. A cold front in the south-east will generate showers over Tasmania and coastal Victoria.

Westerly winds will maintain showers across southwest WA. A high will keep the interior dry and send strong winds and isolated showers

onto the northern New South Wales and Queensland coasts. The two-day outlook. Fine in Brisbane and Sydney. Showers possible in Canberra and Hobart on Sunday. A showery weekend for Melbourne. Clearing to a fine Sunday in Perth.

I'm excited to talk about motor

racing as I am about our trip

around WA. A great month or two.

The London ambulance service

received the first call to the oval

tube station at 12.38pm London time.

Police, fire and ambulance cruise

were sent in and the area was

quickly cordoned off

According to the ambulance service

will was another emergency call 7

minute later. This time it was at

the Warren street tube station in

the heart of London. Initially

people were told to stay inside

shops and bars but within half an

hour the area had been evacuated.

Police were also sent into

University College Hospital nearby

At the same time in west London,

Shepherd's Bush station was being

cordoned after after an attempt to

set off an explosion device on the

hammer Smith and city line. The

area was cleared of people at

approximately 1pm, one minor

injured was reported there

Next we move to East London and

Hackney road with another explosion

on the number 26 bus. The driver

says he heard a bang upstairs at

around 1.30pm, less than an hour

after the first incident. The

windows on the upper deck had been

blown out but fortunately no-one

was injured and the area was sealed off.

Seven's chief political

correspondent Mark Riley is travel

with the PM in London. We have

heard only one minor injury so

thankfully we have not seen the

devastation of last time but it certainly must have brought Baxterible memories

It has indeed, Mel. I think you

could best describe the response of

the people here in three ways. For

those people on the trains in the

tube stations and on that bus at

that time obviously fear, they were

very scared about what has

happening knowing there were so

many people killed just weeks ago

and I guess that sense of not

knowing exactly what was going on,

fearing for their own safety. The

second emotion here is one of

defiance, it is very strong and

very noticeable, the people are

saying these attacks will not stop

them from going about their normal

lives and we hear again about the

Londoners spirit and you can see it

on the streets. People were just

going about their normal lives as

the sirens were wailing and the

emergency cars were screaming past

them. But there is another level

Toohey think, the third is concern

among a lot of people that such

incident could occur just two weeks

from those bombings and in an

atmosphere hereof heightened

security. There is a concern that

they can still occur. We took our

cameras down to shepherd's Bush

which was one of the stations

closed down today. There are a lot

of Australians there of course. I

think the Australian expat

community has migrated from my days

in London from erls court over to

shepherd's Bush and we asked the

Aussies there what they were

feeling about these events today.

Today is a bit of a shake-up

because I thought everything was

back to normal but now it seems not

so. Apartly it was nothing too big,

four blast but they were not real

bombs like before

The police have roped off my block

I have a few friend from friends

and families, I'm more worried

about friends I haven't heard from

This is closer to home than any of

the others but I still don't feel

particularly unsafe. I think it is

all just - a bit of a joke really

It is starting to sink in, it

takes me 2 and a half hours to get

to work, a bit shaky, a bit serious

Mark, John Howard was having lunch

with Tony Blair at the time. What

are the politicians saying?

He was, David. They were in 10

Downing Street, a advice that it

had been arraigned for quite some time talking about the

international war on terror. About

Iraq and Afghanistan and looking

tat next phase of that, Australia

having sent troops to Afghanistan

and more troops into southern Iraqs

where there are British troops of

John Howard was interested in

talking to Tony Blair about his

experiences over the last couple of

weeks and if there was something we

could draw on as Australians an

change some of our security service

toss address the real risk that

this may one day occur in Australia.

But I think again the unified

message from both the leaders was

one of die guy yapbs of let's

listen po what they said

Terrorism is the enemy of all free

people. Terrorism is not just about

individual circumstances and

individual events. Terrorism is

about pervert use of an ideology

for evil intent and for evil

objective

The people who are responsible for

terrorist attacks are the

terrorists. This combination of

this evil bankrupt ideology based

on a per version of Islam with

terrorism - this is something that

has built up over a period of time

and will have to be dismantled over

a period of time. But I have no

doubt at all that the sal use that

we represent are the values that

will triumph

Certainly both resolute in their

feelings. Thank you Mark,

appreciate your time

My pleasure.

Let's go to Dr Keith suitor here

for some analysis. Good morning.

Let's talk about who might have

been behind this. Can we assume

that link to the attacks two weeks ago?

In a sense they are linked because

you now have a network of cells of

people who see their spiritual

leader as being Osama bin Laden but

the cells opt rate separately so by

grabing hold of the the people

involved two weeks ago will not

necessarily lead you to another

group in the same way police have good leads on the current

terrorists they will not lead them

unfortunately to any of the other

cells because the weigh in which

terrorist groups opt rate is with

separate cells and you grab hold of

one but you don't necessarily get

led to the next cell. That has been

a major change in the weigh in which terrorists have changed

because some years ago the

terrorists used to work in a

structure so you would grab hold of

one part and find out a lot about

the rest of the organisation. That

does not work nowadays because they

are in separate cells running with

separate targets and it makes it

difficult to get a feel for the

size of the entire organisation

The real worry is that if it is a

copy cat we could see this

happening again and again as all these maverick cells for want

avenue better description say "Gee,

that was a good idea, we will try it"

That is the worry we have because

you grab hold of a few detonation

point from building sites or cool

mines or whatever and you put together some homemade explosives

and you have a capacity now to keep

the Londoners permanently on edge.

The other risk also you run is that

in a few years time and people are

bored with all these warnings they

start getting complacent, that is

when they might run an even greater

wish because people ignore warnings

and it has never been a problem in

the pass its. That is when you will

get a major loss of life.

Ironically it is a gradual wearing

away of peoples nerves

With this latest attack, thank

goodness who have appears - whoever

did it appears be a an tour and we

have only had one minor injury.

What can you tell us about the

detonators, white powder, it

appears it didn't go according to plan

Yes, it is good news and that the

police have all that forensic

evidence so Scotland Yard have said

they now have a lot of tell on

which to work so we will find out

more about the detonators and the

type of explosive, where they might

have got the ideas for the formula.

A lot of this stuff is on the

Internet. If you know where to look

on the Internet you can draw the

material down so it might give them

some ideas about soft mastermind

who are behind some of the designs

of bols as well. So therefore it is

good news, one that nobody got

killed and two that we have a lot

of evidence to sift through to find

hints to find out about other people.

Once again, Keith, also, plenty of

talk about links to Iraq. What is

your opinion on that

It is not only Iraq but Afghanistan.

My guess is that although the two

Prime Ministers, the Australian and

British one have tried to talk down

the linkage with the al-eyed

involve many in Iraq and

Afghanistan, I think there are many

people in great Britain who say

look we were opposed to go go into

Iraq in the first place, we have

been critical of the American heavy

hand Ed necessary in Afghanistan,

now we are paying the price of

being an American ally. Mr Blair is

trying to talk that down but one of

the reasons why the Labor Party may

remove him this year or next year

that is he is seen as a liability

because he has been too closely

following President Bush into

Afghanistan and more recently into Iraq

We appreciate your analysis as always. Thank you.

Overnight John Howard held talks with his British counterpart Tony Blair.

As we've heard that meeting was interrupted by the attempted bombings. Let's get some reaction here at home from our Big Guns of Politics, Human Services Minister, Joe Hockey, and Shadow Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister, Kevin Rudd. Good morning. Let's start with London, Joe. The Prime Minister has invited British police to come and check things out here. What can we learn?

How do you see this unfolding?

Firstly what a relief that there

seems to have been only one injury,

but the benefit for Australia of

being on the ground and the Prime

Minister with Tony Blair at the

time is that you get a first-hand

understanding of how to react in

those circumstances. Now London has

been hit with terrorist bombs for a

very long time, as we remember, the

70s and 80s with the IRA. They are

very, very experienced and in any

forensic examination the first few

hours are critical for the reaction

from the leaders, critical for the

reaction from the police and John

Howard and his team were there

throughout that. That is very

important information for us.

Obviously, he had long chats with

Tony Blair about legislation and

the importance of having the

capacity to be able to react

quickly to a terrorist attack

Kevin?

I think all of our hearts go out

to the Brits, two attacks in two

weeks. This is obviously an

attempted assault on the British

psyche and the London psyche and

they are handling it well. On the

practical things that come out of

this Kochie and the material which

we know has come out of the conversations between the Prime

Minister and Tony Blair, I think

the key thing is this - in

Australia the practical challenge

is to ensure that all possible

practical measures are in place now

in our train infrastructure, in our

port infrastructure as well as in

our airport system as well. I

notice from the remarks made

earlier by the Prime Minister that

the British will dispatch a team of

experts who have handled the London

underground bombing. That is to the

goodment we have to make sure that

our systems in this country are as

good as they can be and on top of

that in the horrible possibility

that there is a strike here in

Australia at some stage, that the

response mechanisms, including the

health systems, are properly in

place as well.

Joe, on to the talks specifically,

do you think all issues were

covered by Mr Howard overnight? Obviously this would have taken

centre stage

I haven't spoke tone the Prime

Minister this morning ...

But he is saying we need to adopt

Britain's anti-terrorist laws, he

is saying basically we are 200

years behind Britain in terms of

coping with this

He didn't go that far

He said we have 19 century laws for

a 21st century technology terrorism

problem. Should we be tightening

our laws to the extent of Britain?

Let's look at how the British laws

apply. There might be problems with

the British laws that would not

need resolution in Australia. We

can always do better. I note that

Bob Carr is launching a drbg s in

New South Wales now which are

essentially "Be alert not alarmed"

and I note that in this situation

in London that one of the bankers,

a number of passengers identified

someone running away from the bag so

people were alert enough in London

to the threat of a terrorist attack

that they reacted quickly l we need

that same sort of reaction here if

something occurs

Joe, if I can ask you, immigration

again, as you know, just about

every Friday we put this to you -

Amanda Vanstone under fire, two children wrongfully detained in

Sydney for month and it has turned

out they had valid visas the whole

way along. When are we go to go

have to stop asking you about this

every week and should Amanda Vanstone go?

Mel, again I emphasise the

debtment of immigration deals with

more than 10 on,000 cases a year, I

understand that

We are not talking a slip-up in

numbers or somebody has not enough

money in a bank account. We are

talking about two kids locked away

At the request of the mother who

came into Australia on a false

passport. She broke the law and

insisted on her children coming in

the detention centre with her. Now

what do you do? I don't know where

the into a they is but if mother in

sits on having her children with

her how do you react? Do you say

no? Do you leave them in the

community without supervision?

Kevin, how do you react to that?

I don't think anyone watching this

program this morning is happy with

45 kids today still being in

detention in Australia

And getting them out, we are

getting them out but it is not an

easy process

But there are still 45 there and I

really think the buck has to stop

with Amanda. I mean it has gone on

and on and ministers have to take

responsibility for this. Also we

have had this Palmer inquiry into

the department. We as to the

alternative Government are frankly

not satisfied that we have to the

bottom of the core institutional

problems within the department many

and its culture and that is why we

think if there is one thing in the

whole system of commonwealth

Government that needs a complete

forensic look-at it is the

immigration system and that is why

we continue to call for a royal commission

You are at the car races, the V8

super cars, that is all the noise

so I appreciate your time under the

trying circumstances

There is a lot of rev-heads here

Have you had a baby yet Joe?

No news - must be a girl, it is

running late! When I put my ear to

my wife's belly and hear the hair

dryer I know there is another one coming!

You just look after her Joe

Hocking!

You are on the R.O.S. Wall so you

have to tell us.

Thank you both. Later this hour, rapper Nelly goes one-on-one with Kochie. And catch up with Simon's lifelong dream at 7.50.

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Scotland Yard has not made a direct link to the deadly attacks a fortnight ago. Prime Minister John Howard was at a lunch meeting with British counterpart Tony Blair at the time of the explosions. Mr Howard says Australia is overdue for a change in security laws and is considering adopting Britain's tough anti-terror measures. It had been all smiles as John Howard arrived at No.10 Downing Stree