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on internet piracy. The plan to crack down on the moon, Plus, pictures of man's first steps touched up and remastered. of banana splitting. And the serious sport to the test live We'll put the world champ on the Friday edition of Sunrise. # Reach up for the sunrise... # Kochie and Mel. VOICEOVER: Live from Brekky Central,

Hello and thanks for joining us. is a champion banana splitter. Graheme Celledoni

For years we followed the

woodchoping. Banana splitting, is

that the local police sergeant

overseeing it there? Yup. We were

talking about the groin guru if he

has it on his business card. I

wonder if he has banana splitter on

his. I was going to ask is it tense

on his groin there? No, I wasn't

thinking that at all. And later this Sunrise, of splitting 96 bananas he's going to try to beat his record in one minute. Nat has the news of this Friday. But for now, Good morning, Nat. Lucrative alcohol sponsorships could be banned of Australian sports teams under a proposed health plan. preventative health taskforce Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's teams of their booze logos. wants to strip cricket and football to young people. It says sport glamorises drinking It's expected top sports codes as $300 million revenue could lose as much if the proposal gets the go-ahead. Sydney police are hunting two gunmen in the city's south-west last night. after a man was shot in the back knock on his front door at Campsie The man was shot after answering a around 10pm. as the two men opened fire. He turned to run is undergoing emergency surgery The 28-year-old at St George Hospital. In a separate incident, another man was stabbed four times to protect his girlfriend as he tried into her Merrylands West home. when six men tried to barge the 25-year-old victim in hospital. Police are waiting to interview Three men are behind bars, of a Melbourne teenager. charged over the brutal bashing to police after video of the attack The trio surrendered was released to the media. at a fast food restaurant on five charges including recklessly They faced court yesterday affray and assault. causing serious injury, They'll face court again in October. It's been revealed glowing character references the Attorney-General gave two of spying for Iran. to a Sydney Sheik accused Mansour Leghaei's bid Robert McLelland supported cleric for permanent residency findings against him. and expressed surprise at ASIO's

He said Dr Leghaei is conciliatory in tone and demeanour". "an erudite man, Iranian is living here illegally The Australian newspaper claims the agency investigated him, after the Security Intelligence over 'acts of foreign interference. seized by ASIO, An extract from his notebook appears to support a holy jihad.

is flawed. Sheik Leghai says the translation is likely to be the next victim Elective surgery crisis of Australia's worsening swine flu with the rapid increase in cases. as hospitals struggle to cope with the disease The number of people who've died stands at 29 following the deaths in New South Wales, of another five people including a 9-year-old boy. in our community Because of the lack of immunity to be impacted. many more people are going are among the most vulnerable Doctors warn pregnant women premature labour. because the virus can trigger than 11,000 confirmed cases There are more of swine flu in Australia. 74 people are critically ill. has signed a media deal British backpacker Jamie Neale of his Blue Mountains ordeal. to tell the story and his father The 19-year-old company. have signed with a Sydney management any money from media deals Richard Cass has maintained of searching for his son. would go towards the cost to make anything out of this. We're not going in the resources to find him. It's got to go to the people who put from here and the UK, Jamie has been inundated with offers

since he was found alive in the rugged bushland. after 12 days lost and first moonlanding Lost video of the 'Apollo 11' launch to mark today's 40th anniversary. have been released With the help of Hollywood, these cleverly restored pictures and shown to the world. have been dusted off than ever Neil Armstrong looks better first steps on the moon. as he takes those famous there's more detail. It's lightened up - the reflection in his helmet. You see his helmet, now you see footage of the launch preparations. There's also never-before-seen

Looks like Woodstock. They found it

and dusted it off. Be careful when

you say with the help of Hollywood.

People think Hollywood created. Are

you a conspiracy theorist? No. Ben

think it's is a conspiracy. That we

never went? Yes. They were in the

studio. He is only about 30 and he

thinks that. Is he that young? Yes.

That is depressing. Where were you?

I was at Forest High School. I

wouldn't see anything because I was

in the back. A little black and

white television. Fifi was at - You

weren't born, were you?

weren't born, were you? No. I would

have enjoyed it if I was there.

Fifi, save me please. I definitely

wasn't born. Was anyone born then?

I was born to play AFL. I just never

knew I could do it because I am a

girl. The girls got up on an

early-morning training session. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. on the Telstra Next G network. Get free maps and directions in Townsville. Sunny and Bundaberg. Dry at Rockhampton with fresh winds. Brisbane, sunny at Bourke. Sunny clear at Orange. Cold and mainly by the coast. A shower or two for Sydney, clearing to a fine, cool day. Canberra, morning frost and fog and Warrnambool. Mainly fine at Ballarat for Melbourne, Early frost and fog clearing to a sunny day. Scattered showers for Bairnsdale. A cold morning for Hobart, with a fine and cool day ahead. Adelaide, mostly sunny with freshening winds later. Sunny at Coober Pedy and Alice Springs. 29 degrees in Darwin. Into Western Australia: Showers for Perth. Showers for Kalgoorlie and Geraldton. Fine and warm in Karratha and Broome.

There is also a severe weather

warning for south-west WA. I will

have more weather details and more

with the Victorian women's football

league. I might do a bit of

handballing, try out my skills. I'm

sure the girls will give me a run

for my money. You are in your

element. I know some of the sports

you have taken on during the weather

but this is you. This is it. Looking

forward to it. Great skills. I

remember watching Jim

remember watching Jim Stynes. It is

a great ground. Like a trip down memory lane. Coming up, the new plan to crack down on internet pirates by cutting their connection to the web. Plus later, the moonwalk makeover of man's first lunar landing. But straight ahead, Kochie wraps up the week in finance.

And Beretts has got all the over night action from the Ashes. This is Sunrise right across Australia. (ENCHANTING MUSIC, SCRAPING NOISE) Instant Scratchie! With the new $3 Wizard Bingo Instant Scratchie, you can win up to $75,000 instantly. (LAUGHS) Wouldn't that be magic? (FROG CROAKS) # Scratch me happy. # New Goulburn Valley Fruit Fizz. It's 65% fruit juice and sparkling water, with no added sugar.

And for a limited time, get a free cold reveal 'Ice Age 3' tumbler with every Fruit Fizz purchase at McDonald's. You're watching Sunrise, now with more news on the hour and fresher content. In finance news:

JP Morgan reported good earnings.

The big test will be tonight,

Citibank and Bank of America are

both reporting. They are expected to

sort of have pretty dodgy earnings

reports. We will keep a really close

eye on that. Don't get too carried away.

Yesterday the Chinese market out

Yesterday the Chinese market outdid

Japan as the world's secretary

Japan as the world's secretary biggest share market. China has released its economic growth figures reporting a 7.9% growth in GDP but is it too good to be true? Let's go to Savanth Sebastian at CommSec. Savanth, what's caused this?

They reckon if China can continue

the economic growth path, all our

worries will be over. Is that

proving to be the case? We are

finding that the Chinese policies

are coming to fruition. A lot of

people cast doubt on the Chinese

growth data. Importantly it is the

trajectory of the data that

trajectory of the data that suggests

a rebound is occurring. So the

Chinese economy and household has

gone flat. You have seen an massive

boom in China and that is great news

for the Australian economy. Will it

last. We believe so. We expect the

trajectory is upwards and onwards

from this point on. Great result for

the Australian resources. They have

been stockpiling resources in the

economic cycle and it is likely that

going forward it means better

results for Australian resource

companies. Thank you very much for

your time. Big news on the local

front as well. Beretts, you will be

distressed at this. Hooters

restaurant and entertainment chain

has gone into liquidation. It has

gone bust. Sorry. In a very big way.

This is a very serious finance

story. It is not a laughing matter.

I will leave. Sorry. Expectations at

Hooters were overinflated but now

they have come down in size. The sporting world will be rocked by

that news. Australia has fought back late on the opening day of the second Ashes Test after copping a hammering for the first two sessions. Alastair Cook and Andrew Strauss of 196 but a flurry of late wickets put the Aussies back in the contest. England certainly didn't look like a team struggling with its batting early on. COMMENTATOR: That's Strauss' area. Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook piled plenty of pain on the Aussie bowlers - literally. I think Hauritz will be going off. Nathan Hauritz off with a dislocated spinning finger as England put on an unbroken 196 before Mitchell Johnson finally got one on target. Close...and he's got him. Ravi Bopara came and went for 18. But his captain was going nowhere, notching up a classy ton. A hundred to the England captain on the stroke of tea. Kevin Pietersen fell to Peter Siddle shortly after tea. Big appeal and gone. And Paul Collingwood showed none of his fight from the first Test. Out! How on earth has that happened. Johnson got some reverse swing going to knock over Matt Prior. Tough time for England this. It got tougher when Andrew Flintoff surrendered. England are crumbling. Strauss got the hosts to stumps, finishing unbeaten on 161. The Wallabies are wary of an All Blacks side under immense pressure ahead of Sunday's opening Bledisloe Cup match in Auckland. The Aussies know it'll take an 80-minute effort to maintain their unbeaten season.

Look, we know what we're in for. We don't want to get caught, obviously, with our pants down like we did last year. The Wallabies haven't won at Eden Park since 1986. Origin has hit the Broncos hard again with Darren Lockyer and Sam Thiaday to miss tonight's clash with South Sydney. Better news for the Titans,

Ashley Harrison is expected to be fit to take on the Bulldogs in the other leg of tonight's double-header at Suncorp Stadium. Penrith forward Trent Waterhouse has beaten a contrary conduct charge

for being third man in to the fight between Brett White and Steve Price in Origin 3. Aussie pair John Senden and Matt Goggin are only two shots off the pace after the opening round

of the British Open at Turnberry. Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez drained a monster birdie putt at the 18th to grab the outright lead

with a brilliant 6-under par round of 64. It was a tough day at the office for Tiger Woods. He's seven off the pace after an opening-round 71. 4 Still to come, are our major cities really safe? And later, why your age could affect your chance of divorce. But straight ahead, the Aussies in the race for an Emmy. And one star's mystery medical emergency.

Nelson's got the showbiz news, live from New York. (HAPPY MUSIC) (LAUGHS) 'Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs' is now at McDonald's with the new bubblegum-flavoured Fanta Blue Freeze. But hurry - it's for a limited time only. The E-File on Sunrise with the all-original Nelson Aspen brought to you by 'New Idea', for all the latest celebrity news and more. The Emmy Award nominations have been announced and there are some Aussies in with a real chance. To take us through the frontrunners, let's go to Nelson in New York. Nelson, three Australians are up for a gong?

I know. The 61st annual Emmy Awards

coming up on September 20th. Let me

tell you about your three top Aussie

nominations. Toni Collette for her

work as someone suffering from a

multiple personality disorder. She

is up against Christina Applegate,

Tina Fey. And representing the men

is Simon Baker for 'The Mentalist'

but he also has really incredible

competition. Gabe reyell Byrne and

Hugh Laurie. And little Rose Byrne

has a better shot against a victory.

She is against Diane Weist and

Chandra Wilson. And '30 Rock' has 30 nom Chandra Wilson. And '30 Rock' has 30

nominations. It is huge. 'Desperate

Housewives', it is curious. And then

quirky shows like Flight of the

Concords. The nominations are trying

to reflect quirky, less mainstream. There's been a tragic accident during the set-up for a Madonna concert. What's happened?

Scary stuff. The stage was being

erected in Marseille, France. During

the process the stage started to

collapse and then a cray fell and

one person was killed and six more

were injured. Madonna issued a statement.

It makes me feel like an old fogey.

I remember back in my concert days

seeing Wham and the Thompson Twins

and you didn't need the elaborate

stage S I wish we could go back to

the sill am concerts. But we paid a

fifth of what

fifth of what we pay now. That is

really sad. You look at the stage

set-ups and you think they are

elaborate but they look flimsy. We

were looking at the pictures of

Michael Jackson when his hair caught

fire and the pyrotechnics. Very elaborate. On the way, will cutting people's internet connections stop music piracy? And later, a win for an Aussie designer in her legal battle with an international music star. But next Nat has the news

and Fifi's got the weather from Melbourne. You're watching Sunrise on Seven. You're watching Sunrise, now with more news on the hour and fresher content. Good morning. Rio Tinto is evacuating foreign staff from China following the arrest of four employees, including Stern Hu. The Australian businessman

is being held without charge in Shanghai, accused of stealing state secrets. China has warned Australia against interfering in its legal system. But a top-ranking US official has also raised foreign investment concerns directly with Premier Wen Jiabao. We need to have transparency. We need to have assurances and confidence that people working for these multi-national companies will be treated fairly.

China has warned foreign companies doing business to respect Chinese rules. Brisbane's Gateway Motorway is still closed to southbound traffic this morning. after a fiery truck crash last night let terrified cattle loose on the bridge. Some have been euthanased and a number of cattle are still running around here and at the moment we're trying to put them in a yard. The truck driver escaped with minor injuries and the surviving cows were rounded up, but the wreckage is still being cleared. Parents who use childcare centres previously run by ABC Learning, are warned more closures could be on the cards. The not-for-profit sector has told a Senate inquiry some of the 216 centres sold to new operators, may only be in business for another 18 months. It's believed the new operators have been locked into unviable business models. Three of Australia's most famous acting exports are up for television's highest honour. Toni Collette, Simon Baker and Rose Byrne have all been nominated for Emmy Awards at a ceremony in Los Angeles overnight. Its Byrne's first Emmy nod for her role in the legal drama 'Damages'. Seven's hit comedy '30 Rock' scooped the pool with 22 nominations. The awards will be handed out on September 13. Time for sport now on Sunrise. Here's Beretts. Australia has avoided disaster with a late fightback on the opening day of the second Ashes Test at Lord's. England finished at 6/364 but it could have been a lot worse for Australia. The home side was 0/196 at one stage before late wickets evened up the contest. The day belonged to England skipper Andrew Strauss who dominated the Aussie attack to finish unbeaten 161. A hundred to the England captain on the stroke of tea. And a smile to light up the day. Andrew Flintoff started his final Test at Lord's poorly falling to Ben Hilfenhaus for 4. The Hockeyroos are still in the running for a berth in the Champions Trophy final after thumping England 4-0 overnight. The Aussies must beat the Netherlands tomorrow to reach the decider.

Remember Stuey Clarke had to take

his law exams. He got two passes and

a credit. He got through that and

now he is there with the Ashes

campaign Well done, Stuey. There you

go, kids, that's what you got to do.

He is a good role model. He is an

elite sportsperson but does his

studies. He looks at the big

picture. Fifi has joined the

Victorian women's footy this morning

Girls from all over Victoria have

come down to Junction Oval. We are

doing some handball practice. Very

good practice for the girls. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Brisbane fine and 20 degrees.

A cold start tomorrow, then sunny, and fine on Sunday. The chance of early showers in Sydney, mainly by the coast. Otherwise partly cloudy and 16. A fine weekend ahead. Early frost and fog for Canberra then climbing to 12 degrees. Cold mornings across the weekend, with fine days.

Melbourne, fine and 15 degrees after morning fog and frost patches. Rain tomorrow, easing to showers on Sunday. Adelaide, fine and 16 with winds freshening later and cloud increasing, which will bring showers for Saturday. Sunday should be fine. Perth, scattered showers and 18 degrees. Showers increasing to tomorrow. And showers for Sunday. Darwin fine and 29, ahead of those pleasant afternoon sea breezes. A sunny weekend ahead and hot on Tuesday. A cold start to the day in Hobart, with fog and frost, then a fine day and 10 degrees.

I am joined by one of the legends of

the football league. How long have

you been playing Shannon? 13 years.

How did you get into it? From an

older brother I have to ask for a

lot of Victorian girls. My dad said

I would have trouble marking because

you have to mark it on your anatomy.

Out in front or on top or below. You

could take that in the chin. Yes. I

will bring you more from Junction

Oval because of that. I never

thought of that. That is tricky.

That's what my dad always said. Your

dad is a smart man. Thank you, Fifi.

I never thought of it either.

Thought of the Day is from Dawn. Anyone who believes you can't change

history has never tried to write his

memoirs. I like it. Joke of the Day

is from Gary at cool baol tour -

Coolboolture. KB is Irish. I won't

do the accent. They decide to go to

the beach on Gold Coast. Seeing the

bodies on the beach in the scantily

clad swimmers they decide to get a

pair of speedos. They purchase the

speedos. When Patty put his on he

expressed his concern to Schwab.

Once I put these swimmers on I don't

look well-built. Patty says don't

worry. I put a sweet potato down my

front and the sheilas like it and

they are impressed. They go down on

the beach and everyone on the beach

look in disgust at Patty but in

amazement at Shaun. And you said the

sheilas would flock to me and not disgust. "

disgust. "Mate, you put the sweet

potato in the front, not the back. potato in the front, not the back."

There you go, KB. I hope you are on the mend. Still ahead, level crossing lunatics. We've got amazing new security camera video showing the silly things people do when trains are coming. And later, the hairdresser putting down her scissors and heading into the boxing ring. But next, can the Crows be the first side to upset the Saints? And is Johnathan Thurston worth $700,000 a season? Standby for more of Sunrise, straight after this. So, should we sit inside or outside?

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Talking footy, brought to you by BigPond sport. Here are the tips for this weekend. They're pretty similar but the boys are backing West Coast over Port Adelaide. In the NRL, the clash of the week is the Wests Tigers against the Cowboys. The girls are backing the Tigers. Sportingbet is offering an extra $500 bet to the charity of the winner in each of those games. Right now, the boys have a 15-point lead. Now it's over to Beretts. In the AFL, all eyes are on the Adelaide Crows as they prepare to take on the Saints,

while rugby league teams are still coming to terms with the injury toll from State of Origin. Let's check with out footy experts, Nathan Buckley and Shane Webcke. Nathan, are the Crows the team to beat the Saints?

I think it is a distinct

possibility. The Saints had a tough

game two weeks ago against the Cats

and they went to Perth and did a job

against the Eagles. Adelaide are

flying. Their forward is fantastic,

their defence is solid and their

offence is solid. Shane, there's been a lot of talk after Origin 3. Are Queensland being cry babies?

Do you need to toughen up a bit up

north? Some would say. The game had

everything we were looking for in

Origin. For 75 minutes of the game

was passion. There is a fine line

when passion spills over into

violence. From a personal point of

view, I have no problem in terms of

the bloke running in third, that can

happen. He has to protect a mate,

blah, blah, blah. But if Price was

hit while on the ground, then you think "

think "Come on that is not right.

think "Come on that is not right."

That can be remedied with an apology

and not happen again. It is that

passion that allows us to enjoy the

game but when it spills over into

something ugly. You have to

something ugly. You have to expect it will happen from time to time.. Nathan, Richmond's caretaker coach Jade Rawlings says he wants to keep the top job at Punt Road. Is he up to the task?

Wayne has pulled out of the race. If

possession is nine tenths part of

it. Richmond said they will go

through their processes. It will be

a thorough process and I am sure

that Jade will be in the mix. Any

news on your situation? I am going

through the process as every

candidate. They are going about it

the right way. Every club has the

right to do it the way they see fit.

Richmond has a 2-step process and

they are working through the process

and get the right man. You going

through the process with North

Melbourne as well? Yes,

consistently, that won't be coming

through the media by me. Shane? You

going through the process with

anyone at the moment? No t but I am

impressed with your determination.

You got to ask. One day you may get

an answer. We know he is in the

process with Richmond and North

Melbourne. We knew but still going on. Still to come, will more police and more security cameras help stop the violence in our cities? And later, new pictures of man's first landing on the moon. Up next, though, the silly things people do at level crossings. You're watching Sunrise, across Australia. (SNEEZES) Sorry. I've got this terrible cold. Hmm. I know what you mean. You don't have a cold. Yes, I do. I felt awful yesterday, but I fought back. New triple-action Panadol Cold & Flu + Decongestant fights the three major cold and flu symptoms fast. And it won't make you drowsy. (SNEEZES) Sorry. I've got this terrible cold. Tell me about it. Me too. Fight back with Panadol Cold & Flu + Decongestant. Matt, we have finished the mountain climb. Hey, uh, why don't you start again? (RIDERS GRUMBLE LOUDLY) VOICEOVER: On the only full-HD plasma TV with Time Machine from LG. When we need a car, we call Thrifty - Australia's best-valued car and truck rental. What's got everyone talking, Nat? Violence in our cities is making news. Three men have been charged over the bashing of 19-year-old Luke Adams in Melbourne. And a Canadian student died after being attacked in the city earlier this month. Victoria's Premier John Brumby says there's only so much authorities can do. Now, it's not just Melbourne. There are problems reported right around the country. After 7:00 we're going to talk to an expert who has these suggestions. He says one of the big problems is getting people out of city centres late at night. Also reducing intoxication by restricting trading hours of pubs and clubs. We'd like to hear your thoughts this morning. How can we make our streets safer?

If you restrict the pub hours, will

they go to casinos or venues? Things

such as having more security cameras

doesn't necessarily stop violence

because if you are drunk you don't

care if you are recorded or not. You

can't have a policeman on every

single corner. It is like a Band-aid

thing. He says we need to see what

we can do. I would like to see we can do. I would like to see the

bouncers who see the whole fold an

what could be done. And what is causing it. on hotel opening hours. We've got some new video from security cameras at level crossings. It shows some silly acts by drivers. You can see the warning lights are going at this rail crossing and the train is coming but the driver goes through. And in the city, where you'd expect more trains, drivers just plough on despite the danger. But pedestrians seem to be the worst offenders. This guy crosses with the train in sight - bad enough. But then watch this bloke.

No, no, no. That is amazing. In

these situations, if that was an

these situations, if that was an

accident and a tragedy it is the

driver that I feel so sorry for. If

something happened, the driver is

something happened, the driver is the one who would live with that

image with what he had done the one who would live with that image with what he had done

the one who would live with that image with what he had done Forever

and ever and ever. They must see

this all the time. And streets as

well. Pedestrians crossing the

street. A lot of pedestrians cross

the street and don't look at you. It

is like "

is like "If I look at the car that

means I got to be careful. If I

don't look you will slow down. don't look you will slow down." People on the

People on the crossing with the

4-year-old and they scoot across you

thinking they will squeeze through

because you are at the other end of

the crossing. When we

the crossing. When we covered the

Olympics last year in Beijing, they

have a timer. A countdown. That

tells you how long it is for you to

wait for the next crossing. I found

that quite good because it is only

20 seconds what is 20 seconds in

your life. Have a look out here on

busy Elizabeth Street and people

dodge and wait and dodge and stand

in the middle. They are not doing it

now because it is dark. If you are

so busy that you can't stand on the

kerb for 20 secretaries - 20 seconds and wait. We love a good marriage proposal.

A bloke from Britain made a film to ask his girlfriend to marry him. Then he hired a cinema and worded up staff and movie goers before screening the film. Thing is,

he shot the film in his underpants in various locations. His girlfriend thought she was going to the cinema to see an arty French film. She got this instead. The homemade flick is now an internet hit. And for the record, she said yes.

How could you not after seeing that?

That was her reaction. She said, " That was her reaction. She said,

"How could I not?

"How could I not?" Nat, is there

much more of this? It is great. That

was the first thing she said, "

was the first thing she said, "How

could I not?

could I not?" You get 10 out of 10

for courage and effort. Can anyone

top that? Let us know. Send us your video or photos. After the break, your 10 minutes of news, sport, and weather. Emmy nominations for Toni Collette, Rose Byrne and Simon Baker. But what are their chances of winning? Nelson will pass judgement. Plus, more violence in our cities. How do we make them safe?

And three strikes and your internet is switched off. The new plan to stop piracy is next on Sunrise. One small step, one clearer view. These are pictures of man's first walk on the moon, remastered. NASA even got Hollywood experts to help them touch up the footage and photos. Our Dr Karl has been looking through the collection and he'll join us soon.

I am not a sceptic but why have we

never gone back? 40 years. Don't

need to. They have had moon

landings. But they never got out.

They have robots. They don't need

to. I just wanted to know - Wasn't

13 and they got in trouble? Yes, Tom

Hanks was going there. Just that one

question always niggled. I thought I

would share it and throw it out

there. You have done the moon,

ticker box. You need the robots to

collect the dirt. You don't just

have a bucket. Also to come this Sunrise, another attack in the middle of a major Australian city. So, how do we stop the violence? This morning, an expert offers his solutions. Also, three strikes and you're offline. The plan to crack down on internet piracy. And the pants man whose marriage proposal became a cinema, and worldwide hit, as the Friday edition of Sunrise continues. Good morning. A proposed ban on alcohol sponsorship and advertising could cost Australia's major sporting codes up to $300 million a year. The Aussie cricket team, currently in London for the Ashes, would be among the victims of the recommendation

for alcohol branding to disappear from television, the internet and magazines. No decision's been made but a blanket ban is expected to attract a backlash from sports managers. The Prime Minister's Preventative Health Task Force says the glamour of sport encourages underage drinking and contributes to the $16 billion annual cost of alcohol-related illness.

A Sydney man's undergoing emergency surgery after being gunned down

when he answered a knock on his front door. The 28-year-old was shot in the back, as he turned and tried to run away. Police are examining the crime scene at Campsie and won't say if the shooting is bikie related. Two witnesses were taken away for questioning but the two gunmen are still on the run. Thieves have blown apart an ATM at a Gold Coast shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank teller machine was blown open at a Mudgeeraba shopping centre early this morning. Remnants were strewn across a 20m area. Forensic police are examining the scene and checking security video. The bomb bandits fled, empty handed. British backpacker Jamie Neale is expected to walk out of hospital today after enduring 12 days lost in the Australian bush. Reporter Robert Ovadia is outside the Blue Mountains hospital.

Good morning, Rob. Has Jamie come to terms with his ordeal and the fuss its caused yet?

According to his father, not yet. Of

course the last time I we heard from

Richard Cass was 24 hours ago. He says Jamie has

says Jamie has been embarrassed by

all the fuss. We got a brief

statement thanking everyone for the

rescue effort. We are hoping to see

him to leave from the hospital and

he has a deal with some media

organisations around the world. Has

he signed to sell his story for

profit. Has he signed with someone?

Yes. He signed with 22 management.

He has told people that they knocked

back offers of $

back offers of $100,000. We

certainly know that one television

network offered $

network offered $50,000 to him for

his story. Whether that was

accepted, we don't know. Whether

that is accepted in a multi-media

deal, we don't know. The only way we

will find out is in the form of

time. What is his next move? His

parents want him to come home? He

wanted to see his cousins in West

Australia but his father said no.

They are hoping to fly him out this

weekend. That is possible if all the

blood tests come back and he is fit

and healthy and ready to fly. Thank you. A technical problem is believed to have caused a plane crash in northern Iran,

which killed 168 people, including two Australians.

The three black boxes from the Caspian Airlines Jet have been recovered but two are badly damaged. The plane caught fire midair and came down just 16 minutes after take-off. No-one survived. A brother and sister from New South Wales with dual Australian-Iranian passports were on board. New Defence Minister John Faulkner has met Australian troops during a quick visit to the Solomon Islands. Senator Faulker was greeted by the Prime Minister at Honiara Airport, before going into a round table meeting. Mr Faulkner then thanked some of our 140 soldiers on the ground. The Defence Minister was also briefed on the Pacific patrol boat program, which Australia has sponsored. Exactly 40 years ago today the world watched in awe as Apollo 11 blasted off to the moon. After decades lying about gathering dust, stunning new images of the launch and its preparations have been released to mark the anniversary.

40 years ago the world watched in

awe. Though what they watched were

blurry figures flickering across the

television screen. Now they touched

up those live pictures sent back

from the moon in 1969 ating

definition to' defining moment of

history. Watch the difference. One

small step for man and one giant

leap for mankind. Hollywood finest

images. The originals are missing. digital restorers worked on the

The tapes were probably recorded

over. These pictures were restored

from the live broadcast. Another

film of the whole mission has

resurfaced. Some scenes of this

documentary are well-known and

viewed many times. This is the first

time poll low - 'Apollo 11''s launch

has been seen in detail. A British

director contacted them and said he

had a copy under his desk. The

preparation and the immense public

interest it generated. In finance news: Time for a sports check, for the Aussies at Lord's. and a slow start Australia has fought back of the second Ashes Test late on the opening day for the first two sessions after copping a hammering and Andrew Strauss Alastair Cook put on an opening partnership of 196 put the Aussies back in the contest. but a flurry of late wickets a team struggling with its batting early on. COMMENTATOR: That's Strauss' area. piled plenty of pain Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook literally. on the Aussie bowlers - I think Hauritz will be going off. Nathan Hauritz off with a as England put on an unbroken 196 finally got one on target. before Mitchell Johnson Close...and he's got him. Ravi Bopara came and went for 18. notching up a classy ton. But his captain was going nowhere, on the stroke of tea. A hundred to the England captain shortly after tea. Kevin Pietersen fell to Peter Siddle Big appeal and gone. of his fight from the first Test. And Paul Collingwood showed none Out! How on earth has that happened.

to knock over Matt Prior. Johnson got some reverse swing going Tough time for England this. when Andrew Flintoff surrendered. It got tougher England are crumbling. finishing unbeaten on 161. Strauss got the hosts to stumps, veteran forward Brett Burton Adelaide has recalled from a 12-month injury layoff 15-match unbeaten run on Sunday. as they look to end St Kilda's and Adam Schnieder. The Saints welcome back Steven King

Adelaide are flying at the moment.

They got about seven wins.

Everything is functioning well.

Their offence is solid and their

defence is dangerous. It will be a cracker of a match. Star midfielder Gary Ablett inclusions for Geelong's clash is one of six high-profile with Melbourne tomorrow Josh Fraser to a knee injury while Collingwood has lost for their game against Hawthorn. and Matt Goggin Aussie pair John Senden are only two shots off the pace of the British Open at Turnberry. after the opening round Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez at the 18th drained a monster birdie putt to grab the outright lead round of 64. with a brilliant 6-under par for Tiger Woods It was a tough day at the office after an opening round 71. he's 7 off the pace

Bumped into Sam Stosur during the

week. You were at the gym with Sam

Stosur? That is a big statement.

Yeah! Casey Dellacqua, she is in

such good shape. Was that the AIS?

No. Are you training for anything?

No. They wouldn't let him in the

AIS. Did you try to keep up with

Sam? Yes, I tried. Did you move the

pin on the machine? You are so on to

me S Beretts, I believe you. Thanks,

Kochie. Don't you start. how do we make our cities safer. Just ahead, But first let's check in with Fifi. the forecast. Now let's take a look at

Mel, I am having one of the best

mornings I have had so far. We are

kicking the ball. I have been

offered a position of the ruck. I am

going to try a drop punt here as we

go to today's forecast. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. on the Telstra Next G network. Get free maps and directions in Townsville. Sunny and Bundaberg. Dry at Rockhampton with fresh winds. Brisbane, sunny at Bourke. Sunny clear at Orange. Cold and mainly by the coast. A shower or two for Sydney, clearing to a fine, cool day. Canberra, morning frost and fog and Warrnambool. Mainly fine at Ballarat for Melbourne, Early frost and fog a sunny day. clearing to for Bairnsdale. Scattered showers

for Hobart, A cold morning cool day ahead. with a fine and with freshening winds later. Adelaide, mostly sunny

and Alice Springs. Sunny at Coober Pedy 29 degrees in Darwin. Into Western Australia: Showers for Perth. and Geraldton. Showers for Kalgoorlie and Broome. Fine and warm in Karratha

I am going to continue playing with

the girls. We will be back with a

match in half an hour. See you soon. Serious questions are being asked is a safe city. about whether Melbourne in hospital with brain injuries The latest incident left a young man by three men. after he was allegedly bashed It's believed 19-year-old Luke Adams of a friend. was set upon after going to the aid on security camera. The attack was captured son's promising football career. His father says it could end his

this has intruded upon I think he's angry at the fact that he has. what is an elite football career And I think more than anything to be the senselessness of it. he's focussing on what appears in Melbourne in a matter of weeks. It's the second violent assault after also being bashed. On Tuesday, a Canadian tourist died But Melbourne isn't alone. Every weekend somewhere in Australia or a shooting. it seems there's a bashing to make our cities safe? What's needed expert. Good morning. Garner Clancey is a crime-prevention in a big city? Is violence just a part of living

Look, by international standards,

Australian cities and Australia is a

relatively safe place to be. If you

think about a city like Sydney, over

a million people come in and out of

the city each day. A very small

fraction of that number will be a victim to violence. Having said

that, violence is increasing. It is

a problem we have to contend with.

You got some strategies that you put forward

You got some strategies that you put forward Because we hear about

security cameras, etc, etc. Your

suggestions are here:

Good transport? A lot of people at the end of the night, alcohol is a

major factor. the end of the night, alcohol is a major factor.

the end of the night, alcohol is a major factor. If they are standing

and waiting for long periods, that

is a recipe for a problem. If we can

get people out of the cities, that

will reduce the violent. Reducing

intoxication. How do you suggest we

do that? It is the big question. A

lot of trat jis have been tried.

Those venues that don't encourage

irresponsible service of alcohol.

Those sorts of venues have fewer

problems. 12% of venues were

responsible for 60% of the violence

in the city. We know some venues are

the cause of some problems. Vickie

says shut the pubs earlier? We

says shut the pubs earlier? We are moving to 24-hour cities, people are

shiftworkers. There are a variety of

issues when we talk about closing

times. Venues who close earlier tend

to have less problems Security

cameras, basically if you are drunk

you don't care if you are recorded

or not. It tends to be the way.

Cameras work well in locations where

you can control the number at entry

and exit points. It is a small

return invest 89. More police? More

police are part of the picture but

police can't be everywhere. We need

to look at broader strategies. John

Brumby says he is urging Victorians

to make the cultural changes that

led to the big falls in

drink-driving and smoking. That is

all good to say but how do you do

it? Have we become a binge drinking

culture? Tackling it means education

and engaging young people in what it

means coming to the city on a Friday

and Saturday night. We know violence

increases at mitt night until 3am.

We have to talk

We have to talk to people how to come to the city safely. Appreciate your time. Garner mentioned the problems caused by hotels open all hours. In our phone poll, we're asking whether you think pub trading hours should be restricted. Have you ever downloaded a music track or a movie illegally? A women in the US was recently fined a whopping $2 million for doing just that. But here at home, our Government is considering a different approach. After three warnings, your internet would be cut off. To tell us more, we're joined by Geordie Guy from Electronic Frontiers Australia. How widespread is the illegal downloading of music or movies?

It is difficult to tell. With most

things that are illegal, the way we

find out how big a problem it is, it

is with the police. Police have

priority over the things they

investigate, murder assault, people

getting music for free that they

should pay 99 cents for. Because we

don't see a big bust, we don't know

how widespread it. We know a lot of

people go into these networks. It is

a generational thing. My generation

doesn't get these downloads. My kids

generation, your generation, think

nothing of it. Why is that not a

problem for that generation? It is a

good question. If you live with your

kids and they do something like this

and hide the first couple of letters

in the mail. When the household

internet connection is cut off, it

is you who will be affected. There

is a generation of people going into

bricks andmortar and getting the

music. People of my generation want

music quickly and put it on the

phone or music player. Do you reckon

the Government should be fining

people or three strikes and you are

cut off is the way to go? It is

really hard to advocate any idea

where record companies and music

companies upholding the law. We have

those companies upholding the law

and we think that should continue.

But you are defrauding the artist?

There are no studies that show how

damaging it. People who download the

music, if they didn't have access to

the illegal music they wouldn't have

bought it anyway. That it comes off

their bottom line is a little bit

sketchy. Why doesn't the internet

provider cut off access to the sites

that allow you to download it? These

sites is the problem. The music

sharing is a piece of software on

their putter that allows them to

share it with other computers.

Napster was the last of those

websites but the pirate industry

worked around it with the new

solutions. So you think it won't

work? It won't work

work? It won't work because it will punish entire households and it

won't upheld

won't upheld the law the way it was

meant to be upheld. The Emmy Award nominations have been announced, and as we told you earlier, Aussies are well represented. But what are their chances? Nelson Aspen is in New York. Nelson, who is the main competition for Toni Collette, Simon Baker and Rose Byrne?

Let's start with Toni. She will have

to call on several of those multiple

personalities that she displays in

her series 'United States of Tara'.

She has heavy competition.

I think it is too soon. The nominees

came out this morning. I can't start

tipping now. In some instances they

made the usual choices and in others

they went for off-beat selections.

We will have to wait and see. Let's

talk about rose bush's competition.

Dianne Wiest is awfully popular.

Sandra and Chandra could split the

vote if it is a Grey's thing. Best

comedy and best drama? I was going

to go through Simon Baker's competition.

It will be tough for the guys. There

we go.

Interesting because you got some of

our cable shows going up against

network shows and it shows you the

new normal. It is not always as

predictable as it could be. It is a

new thing with the Oscars. There

won't be five best picture nominees.

There will be 10. When you have a

limited number, someone will be left out.

The first animated series nominated

since the Flintstones.

You will have to wait until

September 20th to find out who takes

home the gold. Thank you, Nelson. And just quickly, some good news for Aussie designer Katie Perry. We've been following this story. Katie, with an i-e, was being taken to court by the singer Katy, with a 'y', Perry over the use of her name. An hour before the case was to be heard, Katy the singer, withdrew her legal action. So, Katie the designer can now use her name on her clothing label.

A big congratulations to our Mark

Vincent whose album debuted at

number 5. At a pretty tough time

because above him were three Michael

Jackson albums and a Rob Thomas

album. And clarifying the lunar

landing. 40 years. It was gone in a

flash. Mel asked if they went back.

Apparently they did. 12 men have

walked on the moon in 'Apollo 11'

and 17. You still weren't born and

that is why you missed it. It is

prime target again, really. We could

revisit it. There are a lot of

sceptics and a lot of believers.

Wayne says it is not a fake.

Hollywood made a movie called

Capricorn I. This got the sceptics

thinking it was a fake. There was no

talk before the movie came out. If

it was fake, the Russians would have

screamed it louder. It would take a

lot for someone to fake it. After 40 years someone would squeal. For

money. They do! Someone breaks

ranks. And this one says how did the

cameraman get there? Wouldn't he be

the first to put his foot on the

moon? No, no. Because the camera was

built into the side of the lunar

landing aircraft, that is what got

the pictures. That is not the

cameraman sitting on the leg? No.

That knocked down a myth for me. Still to come, why marrying young or having kids first could put your relationship at risk. Plus shortly, 40 years since man's landing on the moon. We've got brand-new video. And the glamorous young boxer who could be our next national champion.

So, why do people keep knocking her? Good morning. Natalie Forrest with you. As our hospitals struggle to cope with a lack of staff and equipment.. the ACT Government will launch a new fundraising group tonight. It'll aim to increase donations for health research and equipment. Two hundred people from around the world will become Aussie citizens.. at a ceremony in Canberra this morning. The RSPCA will release a rare yellow tailed black cockatoo. It's been cared for after it was attacked by magpies in a Downer backyard. The Brumbies will name their team for the four-match development tour of France. The squad will head off on Tuesday. And our Raiders head to Penrith.. to prepare for their clash against the Panthers. Origin players Tom Learoyd- Lahrs and Dave Shillington will train with the team.. to see if they're fit to play on the weekend. Back with more local headlines at 11 o clock. And they were only $35, and guess where I got them from. Huh? Guess. Guess where I got them. Um... Ah. With two rashers of bacon, you can't walk past a delicious Double Bacon McMuffin McDonald's new Value Picks menu - Macca's makes it easy. Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar - Australia's low-fares airline. Now flying to more than 10 holiday destinations across the country.

To book go to: Experts say better public transport, not more police on the beat, is the solution to Melbourne's escalating street violence at night. The Brumby Government's under pressure to act, after the bashing of 19-year-old footballer Luke Adams was caught on camera. A lot of people at the end of their nights, if they're standing waiting for long period, thats a recipe for problems.

So if we can get people out of the cities after they've had a good night, that can be a very useful thing to reduce violence. Three men have been charged over the attack that's left Luke with serious head injuries. Lucrative alcohol sponsorships of Australian sports teams

could be banned under a proposed health plan. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's Preventative Health task force wants to strip cricket and football teams of their booze logos. It says sport glamourises drinking to young people. It's expected top sports codes could lose as much as $300 million revenue if the proposal gets the go ahead. Brisbane's Gateway Motorway is reduced to one southbound lane this morning after a fiery truck crash last night let terrified cattle loose on the bridge. Some have been euthanased and a number of cattle are still running around here and at the moment we're trying to put them in a yard. The truck driver escaped with minor injuries and the surviving cows were rounded up but the wreckage is still being cleared. Elective surgery is likely to be the next victim of Australia's worsening swine flu crisis as hospitals struggle to cope with the rapid increase in cases. The number of people who've died with the disease

stands at 29 following the deaths of another five people in New South Wales including a 9-year-old boy. Because of the lack of immunity in our community

many more people are going to be impacted. Doctors warn pregnant women are among the most vulnerable because the virus can trigger premature labour.

There are more than 11,000 confirmed cases of swine flu in Australia. 74 people are critically ill. In finance news: Time for sport now on Sunrise here's Beretts. Australia has avoided disaster with a late fightback on the opening day of the second Ashes Test at Lord's. England finished at a respectable 6 for 364 but at one stage they were none for 196. The day belonged to England skipper Andrew Strauss who bought up 5,000 Test runs with his unbeaten knock of 161.

5,000, when you look at Ricky

Ponting scoring 11,000, 5,000 seems

like nappies really. Andrew Flintoff started his final Test at Lord's poorly falling to Ben Hilfenhaus for 4. Blues Origin forward Trent Waterhouse has beaten a contrary conduct charge at the NRL judiciary for being third man in to the fight between Brett White and Steve Price The panel accepted that Waterhouse played no role in knocking Price out. Cadel Evans has crashed in this morning's 12th Stage of the Tour de France and remains in 18th, more than 3 minutes off the pace. Saxo Bank rider Nicki Sorenson took out the stage.

Hockeyroos beat England 4-0S after

watching, my 5-year-old was so

anxious to get a signature. He

waited in the rain. Without

hesitation, they grabbed his stick

and signed it, while they were doing

their stretching down. This is a

huge dream and he wants to marry

them all. It shows what you can do

that is so priceless for a little

kid. And good on them for going out,

it was a wet night. Go out there and

see the Netherlands game. Fifi is brushing up on her footy skills.

There is a bit of controversy. She

just got me in the back and so Mel

awarded me a free kick. I will be

flaiing pour - I will be playing for goal. Bad form. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Brisbane fine and 20 degrees. A cold start tomorrow, then sunny and fine on Sunday. The chance of early showers in Sydney, mainly by the coast. Otherwise partly cloudy and 16. A fine weekend ahead. Early frost and fog for Canberra, then climbing to 12 degrees. Cold mornings across the weekend, with fine days. Melbourne, fine and 15 degrees after morning fog and frost patches. Rain tomorrow, easing to showers on Sunday. A cold start to the day in Hobart, with fog and frost, then a fine day and 10 degrees. Adelaide, fine and 16 with winds freshening later

and cloud increasing, which will bring showers for Saturday. Sunday should be fine.

Perth, scattered showers and 18 degrees. Showers increasing to tomorrow. And showers for Sunday. Darwin fine and 29, ahead of those pleasant afternoon sea breezes. A sunny weekend ahead and hot on Tuesday.

This is a big moment. There has been

no goal scored. Here we go. I will

just sort this out. She has a

routine. Here you go. It is a big

one. Just a quick bounce P That is

play on. Yeah! Woo! I'm your new

competition. We got to keep playing.

This is firing up this morning. See

you in half an hour with more

weather. See you, Fifi. Still to come, the glamorous young hairdresser who's stepped into the boxing ring. Plus later, child stars all grown up. Straight ahead, though, the new video of man's landing on the moon. But will it put an end to the conspiracy theories? nor the chance to lunch, dine and party with AFL stars. It's not going to the Brownlow, taking a heli flight past the 'G or even watching the 2009 Toyota AFL Grand Final or awesome daily prizes. (SIREN BLARES) (CROWD APPLAUDS) The burgers are better at Hungry Jack's. You're watching Sunrise, now with more news on the hour and fresher content. This Sunday on Weekend Sunrise, the 63-year-old cougar. She's a grandmother and she's dating men in their 20s. Plus... # That guy from IT resurrects your PC... # 'Beauty and the Geek', the world phenomenon descending on Australia. And on set with Johnny Depp and Christian Bale, this Sunday on Weekend Sunrise, live at 7am. It's been 40 years since man landed on the moon And early this morning new video of the historic event was released. The pictures have been restored and digitally re-mastered using today's state-of-the-art technology. NASA chose 15 key moments from Neil Armstrong's and Buzz Aldrin's moonwalk and they're believed to be the best available images of the historic lunar excursion. Joining us now is our science guru Dr Karl. Good morning. Karl, the 40th anniversary of the moon landing is just a few days away. Why are we only seeing these much clearer pictures now?

Because they only had to - wait for

it - a crappy, cheap light on the

lunar module. Think back to 1969, in

America we had NTSC which is 525

lines. In Australia we had 625 lines

but the video camera on the moon was

like a cheap surveillance camera. It

had only 100 lousy lines. The image

comes into America and then later

into parks and then they have an

image which is 1730 lines and how to

get that image out. They got a video

camera point it at the monitor and

then that image they sent that

around to the world. Luckily at the

time they recorded the original

image on to one-inch tape. It is big

sufficient, big, fat stuff. They

found these old rolls of tape with

14 tracks on them. One of the 14

tracks was a video and sent it off

to Burbank, California, for the high

res image. What do you think of the

new stuff? Is it a lot clearer? Yes,

when he comes down the ladder when he comes down the ladder He new stuff? Is it a lot clearer? Yes,

does a bit of a jump. You got this $ does a bit of a jump. You got this

$20 billion project going and there

is one person, Neil Armstrong and he

is in charge and the computer is

running everything and he looks out

running everything and he looks out the window and he realises if we

land where the computer tells us we

land where the computer tells us we

will be in trouble because there are

craters and rocks the size of a

little Honda car. He flies

horizontally and says we got 1.

horizontally and says we got 1.5

minutes of fuel left and then one

minute and then 30 seconds. He lands

it so carefully with only 15 seconds

of fuel that the legs don't collapse

enough. They were supposed to land

that the legs would collapse. That

is why he has the big jump. You

think how come he has to jump so far

when his feet are on the surface of

the moon the bottom ladder is waist height. the moon the bottom ladder is waist height.

height. "

the moon the bottom ladder is waist height. "It hasn't collapsed too far but adequate to get up.

but adequate to get up." And Houston

says, "

says, "Roger that, copy. Aware of

his amazing skill. And not panic. He says "

says "Pretty good throttle job.

says "Pretty good throttle job." You

take over the control of a $ take over the control of a $20

billion project. If he got it wrong,

everyone would say he should have

left it up to the computer. When he

comes back to earth, there is no way

to feed a 100 line image. So they

get a camera and point it at the

monitor. Does this mean anything for the conspiracy theory

the conspiracy theory that it was

done in Burbank in Hollywood? They

would fall into the invincibly

ignorant. No matter what you say,

you will never convince them. There

were 2,000 people involved and no

one has come forward except NASA.

Good to talk to you. Thank you for

your time. It has been a pleasure. Coming up, how marrying young could increase your risk of separation. But straight ahead, we'll meet our pet of the day. And the hairdresser who's swapped her scissors for boxing gloves. Find out why, next on Sunrise. VOICEOVER: When it's a life or death situation, every minute matters. Supporters like Capital Chemist help keep the SouthCare helicopter flying so people get the help they need fast. WOMAN: Capital Chemist is proud to support SouthCare helicopter. the Snowy Hydro So thCare helicopter. It's another way we give something back to the community. Without them, a lot of people like Jase here mightn't be around. At your Capital Chemist we know what matters.

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