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discovered inside a suburban home. Sydney tragedy - five bodies

America's most controversial pastor. Also this morning,

in the White House right now. in the White House. We have an illegal alien He doesn't even have a green card. for the death of Barack Obama. The preacher, praying The 63-year-old cougar. dating men in their 20s. She's a grandmother,

'Beauty and the Geek'. as far as men go. I'm kind of effeminate social experiment. Australia's ultimate And exclusive... # Why you so obsessed with me # Boy, I wanna know # Lyin' that you're sexin' me...# Eminem, this Sunday 19 July, 2009. Mariah Carey takes revenge on

# Reach up for the sunrise here's Samantha and Larry. VOICEOVER: Live from Brekky Central Thanks for joining us. Good morning. Andrew is still on holidays. the meantime, Larry is here again. He's back next week, so in

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Jessica Rowe is here. Lovely to be

here. With makeup. And the studio

audience. No, seriously. Harry Potter shocker. Also this morning - The 'Half-Blood Prince' star

studio nervous and fans confused. and the leaked video that has the interest doing? So what is Hermione's love Find out later. Plus, speaking of blockbusters, and Christian Bale. we go on set with Johnny Depp 'Public Enemies' They star in the new film

John Dillinger. about American outlaw That's our Movie of the Week. with a twist. And later, the Facebook marriage The bride and groom bonded online for each other's names. over a mutual admiration Kelly Hildebrandt, after 9:00. Meet Kelly Hildebrandt and

It makes it easy when it goes

through. Easy for credit card. It

would be awkward if you wanted to

say something nice. Oh Kelly. That

is such a blokey thing to say. Do

you often say your own name? Oh

you? Larry. No, I don't. What is it to

the latest news from Jessica Rowe. But let's begin with to the deadly 2005 Bali bombings A Malaysian extremist linked the Jakarta terror attacks. is accused of masterminding

a breakaway faction Noordin Top heads Jemaah Islamiyah, of the militant network of attacks on Western targets. which has been blamed for a string twin hotel bombings, Eight people died in Friday's including three Australians.

Perth man Nathan Verity Brisbane businessman Garth McEvoy, and Austrade official Craig Senger at the JW Marriott were at a breakfast conference when the bomb went off. Scott Merrillees 47-year-old Australian is 1 of 53 people injured. He's being treated in Singapore.

that we stand ready willing and able to the Indonesian authorities We've indicated

we can provide. to render whatever assistance Yudhoyono visited the scene Indonesian President Susilo Bambang to identify the suicide bombers. as investigators worked whether a family of five, Police are investigating

found dead in their Sydney home, in a violent home invasion. were murdered one of the victims had witnessed It's been revealed

an armoured van earlier this year. a million-dollar robbery on discovery yesterday morning. A young woman made the gruesome

She'd gone looking for her family their newsagency when they failed to open in the Epping shopping centre.

of a mother, Inside she found the bodies her sister and her husband. her two boys aged 9 and 12, is tragic Loss of life in any incident incidents which is a tragic case. and this is just one of those Police initially suspected been killed in a domestic incident. the Chinese-born family may have by the whole thing I was really saddened a long time ago because they had a few issues was sorted out. but I thought everything of 46-year-old Min Lin But when the body with serious head injuries was found in a bedroom to murder. police shifted their focus a million-dollar armed robbery In May this year Mr Lin witnessed from his newsagency, on an security van across the road whether the two crimes are linked. although police won't confirm or deny those details Well, at this stage I can't confirm is gonna be long and protracted. 'cause this investigation Neighbours were oblivious. Didn't hear a thing.

No commotion, no voice? Nup, nothing at all. to contact Crime Stoppers. Police want anyone with information in Sydney's south last night Police say a shooting to outlaw bikie gangs. doesn't appear to be linked

was found A 31-year-old Sans Souci man of a Bexley apartment block in the car park to his upper leg. with a number of gunshot wounds in a stable condition. He's recovering in hospital Police have set up a crime scene. with drink driving A man has been charged

into a house in Sydney's south-west. after crashing his four-wheel drive of the Mitsubishi Pajero Police say the driver lost control on a bend at Bow Bowing and bedroom of a home before slamming into the front door on Central Park Drive. No-one inside the home was hurt. returned a breath alcohol reading The 33-year-old driver allegedly of 0.135. He's due to appear in court today and unlicensed driving. charged with drink driving A man is on the run

into a power pole after stealing a car and crashing it in Melbourne overnight. 11:30 on Ballarat Road at Sunshine. The accident happened just after failed to locate the man, A land and air search has so far who fled on foot. It's believed during a robbery at Keilor Downs the car may have been stolen earlier yesterday. Health authorities in Victoria say appears to be easing. the swine flu crisis fewer patients with swine flu Hospitals are reporting the number of reported infections. and there's been a decline in Officials say happened early in Victoria it could be because the outbreak

compared to other States. deaths of 31 people in Australia, The virus has been linked to the 14 of them in Victoria. Hillary Clinton has honoured the victims of last year's deadly terror attack in India, which killed 166 people, including 2 Australians. Security was tight as the US Secretary of State met survivors

during a private ceremony at the Taj Palace hotel. Clinton also reassured India the US isn't trying to force peace talks with Pakistan. There has to be a very clear understanding that we respect the right of India to make decisions that India decides are in the best interests of the Indian people. The trial of five Pakistani men accused of plotting the atrocity

has been adjourned until next week. his 91st birthday. Nelson Mandela is celebrating The frail former African leader was paid a visit by current President Jacob Zuma as he tucked into some birthday cake at his home in Johannesburg. Across town, a concert was held to celebrate the occasion. Nelson Mandela has called on people to spend the day doing good for others. Sir Paul McCartney has delighted fans with a sell-out concert in New York. The former Beatle hit the stage at Citi Field Stadium, performing some new tunes and plenty of old favourites. (SINGS) # Baby, you can drive my car # Yes, I'm gonna be a star...# The stadium now sits beside the demolished Shea Stadium where the Fab Four rocked out 44 years ago. The world's oldest man and Britain's oldest World War I veteran has died, aged 113. Henry Allingham passed away in his sleep at a nursing home near Brighton on England's south coast. He had lived through three centuries, 6 monarchs and 21 prime ministers. Mr Allingham credited his long life and wild, wild women". to "cigarettes, whisky

What a way to live. What a great

lifestyle. I could two of those. The

cigarettes, you can have that. England has Australia on the ropes after day three of the second Ashes Test at Lords. After dismissing the visitors for 215, England decided not to enforce the follow on and built their 521 run lead before rain intervened. Tempers boiled over for the second time in as many Tests when Ravi Bopara refused to walk despite Nathan Hauritz claiming a catch at mid-on. COMMENTATOR: Has this carried? Bopara stands his ground. Only Hauritz feels this carried. Ricky Ponting appeared to lose his cool after Bopara was given not out going toe to toe with Kevin Pietersen to vent his frustration. Aussie Matt Goggin is just one shot from the lead heading into the final round of the British Open at Turnberry. He's at three under, one behind evergreen American veteran Tom Watson. Spaniard Miguel Angel Jiminez struggled to a 6-over 76 but did show the odd flash of brilliance. COMMENTATOR: He's played it very well... for goodness sake. Hawthorn has swept aside in-form Collingwood to breathe new life into its premiership defence. The Hawks thumped the Magpies by 45 points at the MCG while the Lions accounted for a committed Dockers outfit at Subiaco. Down by 11 at the main break Hawthorn came to life in the premiership quarter, kicking seven unanswered majors to take the game by the throat.

COMMENTATOR: Great running stuff

from Hawthorn. What a superb goal. Lance Franklin continued his form resurgence, kicking five goals in a dominant performance. The Dockers put in a vastly improved showing from last week's shocker against the Crows but it wasn't enough against a Brisbane side looking to stay in touch with the top four. The Lions finished strongly in the wet to win by 15 but they didn't have it all their own way -

Mitch Clark was a little the worse for wear after this encounter with the dugout. There's no end in sight to the Wallabies' 23-year Eden Park hoodoo after the All Blacks prevailed 22-16 in last night's Bledisloe Cup opener. The visitors made a bright start with Berrick Barnes slicing through to score in the fourth minute. But the momentum swung back in the home side's favour when the Aussies bombed a certain try. COMMENTATOR: Smith - knocked it on with the line open. The All Blacks hit back through skipper Richie McCaw with four second-half penalties from Steven Donald getting the Kiwis home.

Newcastle has confirmed it's set to release coach Brian Smith to take up a lucrative 4-year deal with NRL rivals the Sydney Roosters. The Knights coach will take over from Brad Fittler who's being replaced as coach after less than three seasons in the job.

Smith had one season remaining on his contract with Newcastle. In last night's matches, Manly came from behind to down the Sharks and the Panthers beat the Raiders. Cronulla started impressively against the reigning premiers, racing to a 22-16 half-time lead with some stunning attack. COMMENTATOR: Try! Have you ever seen anything like it!. The Sharks lost skipper Trent Barrett to the sin bin early in the second half and Manly took full advantage - running in three unanswered tries to move back into the top eight. Canberra's finals hopes are all but over following their 13-point loss to the Panthers at CUA Stadium. The win moves the Panthers into seventh and leaves the Raiders languishing in 12th. The 14th stage of the Tour de France has been marred by the death of a spectator who was hit by a police motorbike escorting the cyclists. The stage was taken out by Russian Sergei Ivanov but the big mover was American George Hincapie who jumped into second place overall. Italian Rinaldo Nocentini retained the leader's yellow jersey with Aussie Cadel Evans back in 19th. And check out this spectacular spill in qualifying for tonight's German Grand Prix.

American Nicky Hayden was thrown off his Ducati into Italian Niccolo Canepa. Neither was seriously hurt, the American still qualified fourth. Reigning world champ Valentino Rossi will start from pole position with Aussie Casey Stoner to start his Ducati from third on the grid.

We can't talk about the rugby, we

can't talk about the cricket. But we

can talk about the Hockeyroos. Go,

girls. Sorry I made a noise after

that Miguel shot. You were very excited.

Now to Sunday's weather. And taking a look at the regional fly-around Sunny in Cairns. Also fine in most parts of Queensland including Townsville, Rockhampton and Bundaberg. A top of 22 in Brisbane. In New South Wales a high of 20 in Coffs Harbour. 18 in Newcastle. Sunny in Sydney and 19. Also fine in Canberra. And a frosty zero degrees in Thredbo. Coming up - America's most controversial pastor. He's praying for the death of the US President. But after the break, live to Jakarta. The terror investigation, next. Did you see the part where Buck saves Sid from the robber

and Buck crashes up against Sid? They fly back to the Ice Age. Buck was in the pterodactyl and Ellie had Peaches, she was so cute... It's family time at McDonald's with 'Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs'. There's the new Fanta Blue Freeze with your Quarter Pounder meal for the grown-ups, and a free tumbler with any Goulburn Valley Fruit Fizz purchase for the kids.

So come in to the cold at McDonald's today. Now to more on our top story.

A Malaysian extremist connected to the 2005 Bali bombings has emerged as the likely culprit in this week's twin attacks on luxury hotels in Jakarta. Evidence points to Noordin Top who heads a breakaway faction of Jemaah Islamiyah. Authorities are also studying CCTV

which shows the moment bombs exploded at the Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott. Three Australian men are among eight killed, a further 50 people were injured. Reporter Chris Reason is in Jakarta. Good morning.

What do police know about the suspect at this stage?

Good norng. To be frank, not much.

Not that they are telling us. The

two bombers who are concerned with

the attack, they have the CCTV footage and the Australian police

are working to enhance the pictures

to try to find out who is behind the

bombings. Without getting into too

much detail, they have the two heads

of the bombers. In the first

Marriott bombings they found the

head and were able to identify them.

The explosives used here on Friday

morning were identical to the ones

found in a raid in a home belonged

to Noodin Top, Noordin Mohamed Top

he has been on the run for. He was

behind the bombings in in the past.

He is quite frankly South-East

Asia's most wanted man. I think he

is number three on the FBI's most

wanted list. What can you tell us

about the Aussie victims? Three of

them. Nathan Verity from Perth and

5-year-old son Chris and married. He

just bounced back from a cancer

battle. We had Craig Senger,

Austrade commissioner and Garth

McEvoy a former Northern Territory

police officer and reservist on his

first assignment over here. The

identities not yet confirmed but we

know those are the names and embassy

officials are telling us they have

grave fears for all three. What do

you know about follow-up attacks?

Everybody is distinctly worried

about that here. We had crews in

Bali of people curtailing their

holidays and heading home. There is

a fear that something might happen

and DFAT has upgraded its travel

warning. Having said that, the way

that Jemaah Islamiyah works with

these sorts of incidents, they have one

one major attack and then they

scatter and go underground. Given

that, if you want to trust it, then

we have some time while they

disappear and regroup. On a personal

note, you are obviously staying in a

hotel. What is the mood around

there? In the western hotels, are

people worried and they will scatter

and this will be it for a while? We

spoke to some expats who have the

bravado of living here and saying " bravado of living here and saying

"We are not worried" but

individually they have concerns,

particularly with family, an

expatriot said he will be heading

home. Security in hotels is

extremely tight. Most of the hotels

have moved the foyer up a floor so

you can't have car bombs ul pull up

and explode. Yes, Friday's attack

circumvented that. It looks like

they were guests and checked in and

got around security that way.

Thanks, Chris, we will check back in with you soon. Now to more on today's national news. The TV phenomenon 'MasterChef' has the whole country talking. Finalist Poh Ling Yeow faces off against mother-of-three Julie Goodwin in tonight's finale, expected to achieve one of the biggest audiences in Australian television history. More than 3 million people are expected to tune in. Right now, the record audience for a non-sports show is 3.35 million for the 2004 final of 'Australian Idol'. The winner of 'MasterChef' receives $100,000 and a book publishing deal.

I am so glad it is over - I don't

want it to be over. Then we can stop

talking about shows on Channel Ten.

I can start my own cooking show,

called The Rice is Right. It is

cheaper to make. I love the sound of

it. 'MasterChef' is so fantastic.

But we will watch Kylie. Moving on

now? Can I crack the whip? Moving on, Fairfax papers are reporting Shane Warne has splashed out on a new property worth $3.35 million. The purchase sparks rumours of a return to family life and an official reunion with his former wife Simone. It's believed the couple plan to build a family home

on the block in the Melbourne suburb of Sandringham on Port Phillip Bay. Warne reportedly plans to subdivide and develop the 2,600 square metre site. His agent bought the property last weekend as Warne jetted to London to commentate the Ashes Test.

Go, Warnie, go Simone. If that's

what they want to do that is great. Finally, this has to be one of the most ridiculous headlines we've ever seen. A dog named Buster has escaped from his owner's state-of-the-art dog pound and council workers are at a loss to explain how. The 'Sunday Territorian' speculates

Buster may have pulled a Steve McQueen and soared over the fence on a motorbike. 'The Great Escape'?

They think he chewed through the

wire. If he chewed through steel, he

is a serious dog. I think they have

too much time. Good headline. Coming up, Hollywood's most charitable celebrities.

They're making millions but giving most of it away. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Weekend Sunrise on the Seven Network.

I was the only one dancing. I was dancing. In this half hour - Hollywood's kindest stars. They're the new breed, using their fame for good. Changing the world one step at a time. Plus, he's back - the original Australian Idol Guy Sebastian has a new song. We'll show you the clip, first in 15 minutes. And after 9:00, the 63-year-old cougar dating men a third of her age. But right now, let's get the latest news. Here's Jess. Five members of the same family found dead in their home in Sydney's north-west may have been murdered. A young woman made the gruesome discovery yesterday morning when her family failed to open their newsagency. The bodies of a mother, her two sons, aged 9 and 12, her sister and her husband were found in separate rooms.

Loss of life in any incident is tragic and this is just one of those incidents which is a tragic case. One of the victims, 46-year-old Min Lin, had witnessed a million-dollar armed robbery on a security van earlier this year. Police are investigating whether the family died in a violent home invasion. Officers worked through the night searching local bushland for evidence.

Indonesia's anti-terrorism chief says the attacks in Jakarta are "clearly linked" to a Malaysian extremist who masterminded the deadly 2005 Bali bombings. Eight people died in Friday's twin hotel bombings including three Australian businessmen. More than 50 people were injured. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has urged world leaders to do more to combat terrorism during a visit to the site of last year's Mumbai terror attacks. It is global, it is ruthless it is nihilistic and it must be stopped. Authorities say the bombings are almost certainly the work of Noordin Mohammed Top

who's also wanted for a string of bombings on Western targets.

Police are hoping security video will help track down a man wanted over a violent nightclub brawl in Melbourne's south-east. 22-year-old Aron was king-hit on the dance floor

at this Narre Warren nightclub when he asked a man to stop intimidating his female friends. The punch cracked his jawbone in two places. Two titanium plates and eight screws in my jaw, they'll be there forever. The suspect was seen entering and leaving the club wearing a distinctive striped jumper. The incident happened just days before this attack in a fast food restaurant which left a young man with permanent head injuries. A search will begin again for a bushwalker missing near Foster in Gippsland. The man, in his 50's, was walking with relatives when he left a bush track early yesterday afternoon and failed to return by nightfall.

Police describe the area where the man went missing as very rugged. Rescued British backpacker Jamie Neale has revealed he thought he was going to die and wrote goodbye letters to his family. The 19-year-old has denied his bush ordeal was part of an elaborate hoax after spending 12 days lost in the Blue Mountains. He's sold his story for a rumoured $200,000 and plans to donate part of it to his rescuers. Doctors have told Jamie he's not allowed to fly for a couple of months while his lungs recover. He plans to visit relatives in Perth. At least three people are feared dead after a mudslide in central Germany. They were believed to be asleep inside their home when it was swept away and buried in a crater along the shores of Lake Concordia. Two other homes, which were vacant, were also dragged about 100 metres down the slope. Officials have been unable to search the homes because the hillside is too unstable. A tiny garden gnome is causing quite a stir in Germany. The 14 inch gold statuette is giving the Nazi salute, which is not only offensive to most Germans, but also breaks the law. The gnome has already been displayed in Belgium and Italy without controversy. The artist's intentions are now being investigated. Two crew members on board the space shuttle 'Endeavour' have taken their first space walk of the mission. The American astronauts worked on the Japanese space lab Kibo where a platform is being installed. The spacewalk lasted around six hours and is the first of five for the 'Endeavour' crew.

How cool would it be walking in

space? Yes. Almost Cool as in the Ashes. Australia's hopes of victory in the second Ashes Test at Lord's are all but over after England piled on the runs on day three.

After dismissing the visitors for 215 England now have a lead of 521 runs. Spinner Nathan Hauritz was the only Aussie bowler to make an impact for much of the day, claiming the first three England wickets to fall. COMMENTATOR: Two wickets in two overs for Hauritz. Tensions reached flashpoint after lunch when Hauritz claimed a catch at mid-on but Ravi Bopara stood his ground. Ricky Ponting confronted umpire Rudi Koertzen after Bopara was given not out and also had a heated exchange with Kevin Pietersen.

Aussie Matt Goggin is one shot off the lead after the third round of the British Open at Turnberry. The Tasmanian fired an impressive 1-under par 69 in this morning's third round on a day where most players went backwards. Goggin is one shot behind the remarkable Tom Watson who's chasing his sixth British Open crown at the age of 59. Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has been left ruing missed opportunities after his side succumbed 22-16 to the All Blacks in yesterday's Bledisloe Cup opener.

The visitors blew a golden chance to take a commanding 17-3 lead

at Eden Park when Berrick Barnes threw a pass into George Smith's head with the line beckoning. A try to skipper Richie McCaw and the reliable boot of Stephen Donald got the Kiwis home. Hawthorn has re-ignited its premiership defence with an emphatic victory over high-flying Collingwood. The Hawks belted the Pies by 45 at the MCG while the Lions downed the Dockers at Subiaco. Trailing by 11 points at half time, the Hawks rediscovered their run in the third term piling on seven unanswered majors. COMMENTATOR: Great running stuff from Hawthorn! What a superb goal! They're back to their best! Lance Franklin continued his return to form, kicking five goals. Fremantle got the jump on the Lions in the first half at Subiaco, taking a 7-point lead to the main break. But the Lions finished over the top of the young Dockers side getting home by 15 to keep in touch with the top four. Defending NRL premiers Manly have moved back into the top eight coming from behind to down Cronulla at Toyota Stadium. In last night's other match, Penrith outclassed Canberra. The Sharks started impressively in front of their home fans racing to a 22-16 half-time lead with some breathtaking attack. COMMENTATOR: Try! Have you ever seen anything like it! But the Sea Eagles got it together in the second half running in three tries to one. At CUA Stadium, the Panthers cemented their spot in the top eight with a comfortable 13-point win that all but ended the Raiders' finals hopes.

A lot of sport around this weekend.

The first 10 minutes was the

happiest. It was an unfair score

line. They dominated. The All Blacks

blew it open and that was it. And it

was very windy. If we could have

stopped the game at the 4-minute

mark. We will talk to New Zealand rugby union. Now to Sunday's weather and a weakening cold front will bring some showers to the south-east

ahead of a fine afternoon. Elsewhere, a broad high pressure region should continue the fine weather over Queensland and most of New South Wales. Now let's take a look at the capital cities and Brisbane will be fine and sunny today with warm days and chilly nights expected during the week. Also fine in Sydney, reaching a top of 19 degrees. That mild weather should persist until a cold front moves through on Wednesday. Clear skies in Canberra for the next few days So who's the most charitable celebrity in Hollywood? but a cold front is expected to bring a shower or two on Wednesday and possibly Thursday. Melbourne can expect a clearing shower or two today, re-developing late tomorrow and persisting into Tuesday and Wednesday. In Adelaide, a morning shower will clear to a fine day with a top of 17 degrees. Sunny conditions tomorrow ahead of isolated showers in the middle of the week. Showers in Perth today, increasing this evening to a wet and windy day tomorrow.

Darwin will be fine and sunny with tops in the low 30s. And in Hobart, mostly fine until late tonight, when a shower or two develops. In 10 minutes, your first look at Guy Sebastian's comeback song. Then later, Tinseltown's most eagerly awaited sequel. But next, stars with hearts. Hollywood's most giving, when we come back.

The celebrity lifestyle is full of glitz and glamour. Your favourite stars are idols on the red carpet

and earn eight-figure salaries. But these A-listers also know they're in the minority.

Some are giving back to those who need it most. Entertainment editor Nuala Hafner reports. They're Hollywood's richest stars but they're also the most generous - giving away their millions to help the world. With the amount of income that these A-listers have, it creates an environment where they don't have to work every day of the week. So the smart ones give back by picking a charity or a cause that connects with them and they get more press out of it. From Bono to Charlize Theron, these superstars put others before themselves. x17 Online's Tomm Taylor. So when we look at a star that's making millions and millions of dollars by doing something like creating a character on the big screen and then when we see them in their own environment, switching gears and doing something of a humanitarian nature, people take notice. This week, Matt Damon launched a new project to provide safe drinking water to some of the world's poorest countries. Fellow 'Ocean's Eleven' star George Clooney has been lending a hand abroad for years.

A lot of bad things are happening over here right now. 'Who' magazine's Sarah Grant. George Clooney's been very active in Darfur for a number of years. Darfur's obviously the war-torn region of Sudan and his campaign is to end the violence in that area. As a result, was named as one of 'Time' magazine's most 100 influential people for 2009. So, his work has definitely been rewarded. At this moment, at this exact moment, the government of Sudan is systematically trying to get rid of a race of people. Paul Newman's charitable legacy rolls on, despite his passing. A greater achievement than his movie roles, says entertainment journalist Andrew Hornery. His launch of his own food products in the United States probably 26 years ago, has generated something like $330 million Australian over that time. That money has been used for thousands of different charitable causes across the United States and around the world. Taking an ethical approach to celebrity travel, Pamela Anderson has unveiled plans to build an ecological resort in Eastern Europe. I have been looking for a while for the right location and the right partners to create my dream project - a spa hotel operating on all the various principles I hold dear. Good health, good food - which to me means both organic and vegetarian as much as possible and sound ecological planning. The Brangelina chronicles have long included charity work. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are the king and queen of charity. They donate so much of their time. She's passionately involved with protecting the rights and helping refugees all over the world. And Brad Pitt, since Hurricane Katrina has adopted New Orleans. There is a portion of our society that's been overlooked. In the aftermath, we're not going to be able to bring back the friends and family that are lost, we're not going to be able to bring back their heirlooms and their photographs. But maybe we can provide a better way of life. Maybe we can find some good out of this. Even without Brad, Angelina has helped more than 20 charities. She's also been a UN Goodwill Ambassador for the past decade. Refugees are not numbers. They're not even just refugees. They are mothers and daughters and fathers and sons.

And Australia's own Hugh Jackman is the latest celebrity

to join the organisation. So much information that we can consume in newspapers, televisions, magazines, on the internet. If you can cut through all that clutter by using a celebrity, like your Hugh Jackman, then naturally you're going to get more air time and more attention My pledge today is to say I want to learn about this issue of extreme poverty in the world and I want to learn what I can do practically to help fix it. So, who's the most charitable celebrity in Hollywood? That would be Oprah Winfrey. Last year, she gave away more than $60 million. From healthcare and education to super-sized gifts for her guests, Oprah is the queen of TV and the queen of generosity. Every single one of you needs... ..a brand-new car! You get a car, you get a car, you get a car! Oprah Winfrey is hugely successful and the money that she generates her income, she gives generously back to a number of charities. And Oprah's smart - she funnels some of her income right back to her own charities. She's set up the Oprah's Angel Network which is an organisation, basically, that raises funds for women through the areas of education and health so she's looking after her sisters. The simplest act of kindness can have a multi-faceted benefit. Thank you. Nuala Hafner reporting.

You have to start doing that. Maybe

50% or 60%

50% or 60%. On $

50% or 60%. On $30 a week? After

tax, you can manage with that. Coming up - the Facebook wedding. Then later, the 63-year-old cougar and her 20-something toy boys.

There is an S on the end of 'boy'.

Way to go. But after the break, Guy Sebastian's comeback song. See it first, next.

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Weekend Sunrise viewers can enjoy the exclusive rate of $149 in a studio room, including breakfast. But hurry - this offer is only available for the first 200 callers. To book, call 02 4998 2000 and name drop Weekend Sunrise. It's the movie that started one of Hollywood's most talked-about relationships. 'Mr and Mrs Smith' infamously brought Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie together in 2005. The pair starred as married secret agents pitted against each other. But now comes word of a sequel. Showbiz correspondent Nelson Aspen has the details.

He's in New York. Good morning. Why a follow-up?

Because Jennifer Aniston would be

driven by it! No, if you believe the

papers, it was a huge box office

hit. But if you believe the

tabloids, they need to recapture

their passion. I think everyone

would love to see it. I would see

it. We got one seat here. Moving on, Jessica Simpson is keeping a low profile since her split from Tony Romo?

She is kind of licking her wounds.

He is off golfing and partying. I

just checked her twitter page and a

few hours ago she posted there is no

better woman in the world than my

MOM. She will be filming her new reality show. Moving on now, reports are surfacing of actress Mischa Barton's breakdown. How's she doing this morning?

She is in the hospital under that

special section 5150, involuntary admittance to the hospital. Her

publicist says it is due to her

wisdom teeth removed. The statement is "

is "She remains hospitalised as per

the recommendation of her doctor.

the recommendation of her doctor."

We know she looked unrecognisable

last week this time. The question is

will she will be able to film her

new movie The ful Life. Finally, Nelson, Guy Sebastian is about to storm back into the charts?

The album comes out next month. It

is called Like it Like That.

# Do you like it like that

# I'm the only one love who could love you like that

# Do you like it like that

# I'm the only one who could love

you like that

# Do you like it like that

# Tell me baby who can love you like that

# Nobody, baby

# Nobody can love you like that... # Nobody can love you like that...#

The NBC network in the US used that

song for the new sb with all the

stars. So it got recognition and

popularity before it hit the air

waves. It is a good catchy jingle.

Thank you, and we will catch in with

you later in the show. Coming up - Beauty and the Geek - Australia's ultimate social experiment. Plus, Harry Potter shock - the star caught with his pants down. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Weekend Sunrise, on the Seven Network.

Terror in Jakarta - authorities investigate, while three Australian families mourn. Sydney tragedy - five bodies discovered inside a suburban home. Also this morning, America's most controversial pastor. in the White House right now. We have an illegal alien in the White House. He doesn't even have a green card. The preacher, praying for the death of Barack Obama. The 63-year-old cougar - she's a grandmother, dating men in their 20s. Beauty and the Geek. I'm kind of effeminate as far as men go. Australia's ultimate social experiment. And exclusive... # Why you so obsessed with me # Boy, I wanna know # Lyin' that you're sexin' me # Mariah Carey takes revenge on Eminem, this Sunday 19 July, 2009. # Reach up for the sunrise VOICEOVER: Now back to Weekend Sunrise with Larry and Sam. Also ahead - on set with Johnny Depp and Christian Bale. 'Public Enemies' is our Movie of the Week.

Plus, caught with his pants down -

the Harry Potter actor and the leaked video. And speaking of underwear, overexposed - the celebrities putting their intimates on display.

Right now though, it's time for the latest news with Jessica Rowe. Good morning. A Malaysian extremist linked to the deadly 2005 Bali bombings is accused of masterminding the Jakarta terror attacks. Noordin Top heads a breakaway faction of the militant network Jemaah Islamiyah which has been blamed for a string of attacks on Western targets. Eight people died in Friday's twin hotel bombings, including three Australians. Brisbane businessman Garth McEvoy, Perth man Nathan Verity and Austrade official Craig Senger were at a breakfast conference at the JW Marriott when the bomb went off. 47-year-old Australian Scott Merrillees is 1 of 53 people injured. He's being treated in Singapore.

We've indicated to the Indonesian authorities that we stand ready, willing and able to render whatever assistance we can provide. Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono visited the scene as investigators worked to identify the suicide bombers. Police have launched a murder investigation following the discovery of five bodies in a home in Sydney's north-west yesterday. Officers and homicide detectives worked through the night searching the local area for clues. Five members of the Chinese-born family, including two boys under 12, were found dead in their North Epping home by a relative. Police are investigating whether they were murdered during a violent home invasion. One of the victims witnessed a million-dollar armoured van robbery earlier this year. A man has been charged with drink driving after crashing his four-wheel drive into a house in Sydney's south-west. Police say the driver of the Mitsubishi Pajero lost control on a bend before slamming into the front door and bedroom of a home on Central Park Drive. No-one inside the home was hurt.

The 33-year-old driver allegedly returned a breath alcohol reading of 0.135. He's due to appear in court today charged with drink driving and unlicensed driving. A man is on the run after stealing a car and crashing it in Melbourne's north-west overnight.

The force of the impact knocked over a set of traffic lights on Ballarat Road at Sunshine. A land and air search has so far failed to locate the man, who fled on foot. And a man in his 30s is in a serious condition

after colliding with the side of a moving tram. It happened just before midnight on Brunswick Street at Fitzroy. He was rushed to Royal Melbourne Hospital. It's not known if he had been drinking. Australian homeowners could be fined $220,000 for underquoting the expected selling price of their property. Changes to existing laws will allow unsuccessful homebuyers, who've been cheated, to recoup pre-purchase costs from vendors and real estate agents. Businesses caught underquoting face fines of more than $1 million. For individuals it's more than $200,000. The new laws will take effect from January. The world's oldest man and Britain's oldest World War 1 veteran has died, aged 113. Henry Allingham passed away in his sleep at a nursing home near Brighton on England's south coast. He had lived through three centuries, 6 monarchs and 21 Prime Ministers. Mr Allingham credited his long life to "cigarettes, whisky and wild, wild women". And speaking of wild women - one of Marilyn Monroe's secret weapons has gone under the hammer for $6,500. This cutting-edge wonder bra boosted the Hollywood star's cleavage one cup size to a 34D. Her autograph's actually quite rare because when she was at 20th Century Fox she had around 20 secretaries who handled her fan mail. A pair of Christian Dior stockings also belonging to Marilyn Monroe went for just over $2,000.

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exquisite. And it separated and

lifted. You were studying that

carefully. What would you do with

Marilyn Monroe's stockings? You

would put them under glass. You

couldn't wear them. You would want

to wear it once. Larry! No, I wouldn't. England has forged its way into a seemingly unbeatable position after day three of the second Ashes Test at Lord's. After dismissing the visitors for 215 England decided not to enforce the follow on and built their 521 runs before rain intervened. Tempers boiled over again out in the centre when Ravi Bopara stood his ground despite Nathan Hauritz claiming a catch at mid-on. COMMENTATOR: Has this carried? Bopara stands his ground. Only Hauritz feels that this carried. Ricky Ponting appeared to lose his cool after the not-out verdict, sharing some thoughts with Kevin Pietersen on the decision. Aussie Matt Goggin is just one shot from the lead heading into the final round of the British Open at Turnberry. He's at three under, one behind evergreen American Tom Watson. Spaniard Miguel Angel Jiminez struggled to a 6-over 76 but enjoyed this moment of brilliance. COMMENTATOR: He's played it very well. He's played it extremely well. He's played it unbelievably well! Jiminez, for goodness sake! Hawthorn has swept aside in-form Collingwood to breathe new life into its premiership defence. The Hawks thumped the Magpies by 45 points at the MCG while the Lions accounted for a committed Dockers outfit at Subiaco. Down by 11 at the main break, Hawthorn came to life in the premiership quarter,

kicking seven unanswered majors to take the game by the throat. COMMENTATOR: Great running stuff from Hawthorn! What a superb goal! They're back to their best! Lance Franklin continued his form resurgence, kicking five goals in a dominant performance. There's no end in sight to the Wallabies' 23-year Eden Park hoodoo after the All Blacks prevailed 22-16 in last night's Bledisloe Cup opener. The visitors made a bright start with Berrick Barnes slicing through to score in the fourth minute. But the momentum swung back in the home side's favour when the Aussies bombed a certain try. COMMENTATOR: Smith - knocked it on with the line open! The All Blacks hit back through skipper Richie McCaw with four second-half penalties from Steven Donald getting the Kiwis home. Newcastle has confirmed it's set to release coach Brian Smith to take up a lucrative 4-year deal with NRL rivals the Sydney Roosters. The Knights coach will take over from Brad Fittler who's being replaced as coach after less than three seasons in the job. Smith had one season remaining on his contract with Newcastle. In last night's matches - reigning premiers Manly were too strong for the Sharks and the Panthers comfortably accounted for the Raiders.

And two MotoGP stars have somehow managed to escape serious injury after a spectacular crash in qualifying for tonight's German Grand Prix. American Nicky Hayden was thrown off his Ducati straight into Italian Niccolo Canepa. Amazingly Hayden still qualified fourth. Reigning world champ Valentino Rossi will start from pole position with Aussie Casey Stoner to start his Ducati from third on the grid.

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after beating the Ducks yesterday.

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A suspect has emerged this morning believed responsible for the twin attacks at two luxury hotels in Jakarta. Malaysian extremist Noordin Top heads a breakaway faction of the militant network Jemaah Islamiyah. He's also linked to the deadly 2005 Bali bombings. Three Australian men are among eight people killed in this week's attacks

which caused devastation at the Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott. A further 50 people were injured. Australian Foreign Minister Stephen Smith arrived in Jakarta this weekend. I, of course, condemn the attacks. Our hearts go out to the families of those Australians who have been adversely affected. Reporter Chris Reason is also in Jakarta. He joins us now. Good morning. What do we know about Noordin Top?

Good morning to you, guys.

Good morning to you, guys. Noordin Mohamed Top a Malaysian, an

extremist. The man behind the 2002

Bali bombings and the first Marriott

hotels in 2003. He is convincing to

convince jung jihads to become

suicide bombers. He masterminded

suicide bombers. He masterminded the Australian Embassy bombings. He sat

just up the road on a motorbike and

took off after the incident

happened. The police had been

chasing him for years and he has

managed to elude capture but so far

no arrests. They are desperate to

catch him. He is listed as number

three most wanted in the world. That

close to Osama bin Laden. What can

you tell us about the three Aussie

victims of this attack? We know the

names have been released, Nathan

Verity, Garth McEvoy and Craig

Senger. It was at the Ritz-Carlton

just behind me here when the

incident happened. We know the

families have to be flown in to

identify the bodies. We saw Nathan

Verity's wife fly in. They didn't

want to be interviewed. And then the

repatriation, having to fly the

coffins back home, what they are

going through right now, we can only

imagine. All three high achievers

and that is why they were heading up

offices here. These seem to be very

calculated attacks? Yes much so.

These attacks would have been months

in the planning. Interesting though,

we have a massive shift in

we have a massive shift in the Jemaah Islamiyah bombers. This is

the first time that that they used

the tactic of checking in as hotel

guests. They had to do something to

get around the security in recent

years. They operated from room 1808,

up on the 18th floor. The police

raided the room and found an

unexploded bomb and more bomb-making

materials. The genius of course was

that they could choose the moment TV

their choosing and walk down with

the backpack full of explosives and

walking down to the lobby and

detonate themselves. Whatever we say

about them, they are cunning They

are getting more and more clever.

Thank you for bringing us up to date. Now to a tragic story out of Sydney.

Police are investigating the deaths of five people from the same family. Their bodies were found in their North Epping home this weekend and detectives now think it could be murder. It's been revealed one of the victims had witnessed a million-dollar robbery on an armoured van earlier this year.

Seven's Kim Ivosevak has this report. A young woman made the gruesome discovery yesterday morning. She'd gone looking for her family when they failed to open their newsagency in the Epping shopping centre. Inside she found the bodies of a mother, her two boys aged 9 and 12, her sister and her husband. Loss of life in any incident is tragic

and this is just one of those incidents which is a tragic case. Police initially suspected the Chinese-born family may have been killed in a domestic incident. I was really saddened by the whole thing because they had a few issues a long time ago

but I thought everything was sorted out. But when the body of 46-year-old Min Lin was found in a bedroom with serious head injuries

police shifted their focus to murder. In May this year Mr Lin witnessed a million-dollar armed robbery on an security van across the road from his newsagency, although police won't confirm whether the two crimes are linked. Well, at this stage I can't confirm or deny those details

'cause this investigation is gonna be long and protracted. Neighbours were oblivious. Didn't hear a thing. No commotion, no voice? Nup, nothing at all. Police want anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers. 13 brave astronauts are more than 300km above the Australian coast. It's the biggest crowd ever gathered together in orbit. The crew aboard space shuttle 'Endeavour' have boarded the International Space Station comprising seven Americans, two Russians, two Canadians, one Japanese and one Belgian. This morning, two of the shuttle astronauts have ventured out on the first of five spacewalks. Lachlan Thompson is an Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering. He's from RMIT. Lachlan, good morning. What is this mission all about?

This mission is about completing

This mission is about completing the International Space Station. The

module needs part of the experiment

added. This is a massive piece of

equipment. It is basically like

adding a large piece of decking to

your house except you are 300

million kilometres up. It will

provide information on how materials

are broken down in space. It is an

important step towards returning to

the moon. Because it has been 40

years since the lunar missions and

we have to relearn the technology.

The spacewalk is the first step in doing what you

doing what you were just talking

about? That is right. They are going

to take this 4 tonne platform out of

the back of the space shuttle

'endeavour' lifted on a robotic arm

and put on the international

spacetation. It will stick out quite

a way out in the open and

experiments will be placed inside

it. Some are already there. They

will look at a long line will look at a long line of

degradation, much more severe than

what we have on earth, and it will provide information for here on

earth as well. Thank you very much

for explaining that to us. Thank you, Sam. The global television industry is mourning the death of one of its greats this weekend. CBS news presenter Walter Cronkite was known as "the most trusted man in America". And it's no wonder. He broke the biggest stories, from the Kennedy assassination to the moon landing. Reporter Wolf Blitzer takes a look back at the extraordinary life of a beloved news anchor.

And that's the way it is. Or so it

was when Walter Cronkite said so. He

spoke so strongly night after night

from American television sets. When

there were fewer channels, less

staff. One man behind the wheel.

Walter Cronkite was the most trusted

man in America according to a 1973

road. He was one of them. And that

mattered. He committed his life to

telling stories. I am back from the biggest assignment that any American

reporter could have in this war.

Tales from the front for the united

press service for the CBS show You

are There. He was the first to

televise from a presidential convention. televise from a presidential

convention. When you preside over a

great American event for a public

that is watching you, you become

synonymous with the great event. He

became anchor the Evening News. 19

million Americans watched this man.

In return he made them moon man. And

kept them coming in times of grief.

President Kennedy died at 1pm

central standard time He prided

himself for staying out of the news.

himself for staying out of the news. But, man, did he make news when he

had something to say. After a

reporting trip to Vietnam he rocked

the White House by saying the war

would not be won but a stalemate.

President Lyndon Johnson said "

President Lyndon Johnson said "If I

lost Cronkite, I lost Middle America.

America." Long after he left, he

spoke out about wars and reporters

and the relationship with others and

lots of other things that mattered

to the American public. Walter spoke

like the average person. It

like the average person. It wasn't

lit rarry and flowery language. He

didn't talk that way. Perhaps the

first and last for this generation

to matter so much when the globe

found its access on TV. Because of

the way he was night after night

found its access on TV. Because of the way he was night after night found its access on TV. Because of the way he was night after night

Speaking to the stars, bomb blasts,

common people or uncommon

politicians history in the making

for making history himself. Old

anchor man don't fade away. They

keep coming back for more. Turning to the UK where England has forged a seemingly unbeatable lead in the second Ashes Test overnight. The home side tightened its grip in day three of the Test finishing up with 6/311 at stumps. That's a lead of 521 runs. Our Aussie side had a tough run with skipper Ricky Ponting letting slip two golden opportunities in the space of five balls. Reporter Jim Wilson is in London for us.

Good morning. Not looking too good for Australia?

Am I copping a ribbing? I had one of

those great famous London cabbies

driving me to do our cross. Wasn't he into me. Didn't he come off the

long run. He sized me up and said " long run. He sized me up and said

"How long are you here for?

"How long are you here for?" I said

hopefully you could take me to

Heathrow straight away. England was

desperate to declare late today in

London and have a go at the top

order. The rain came, thankfully for

Australia. We have such a great

record at Lord's, a fortress for

Australia. I reckon if I was an

Englishman I would be worried that

it be broken. I thought Strauss

would have a follow-on and it is now

a case for Australia of survival.

What is going on? How impressive was

this English side on day three? They

were good. I think last week's draw

in Cardiff was the one that got

under the Australian psyche. They

dominated the first Test. Yet they

still came away from Cardiff without

the victory. I think it was really

de moral laouzing to ringy Ponting. I think they are on the back foot.

England on the other hand, it was

like they won in Cardiff and knew

they had to improve dramatically and

did that. Some of our cricketers are

down on confidence. The two bowlers

that everyone panned and said they

shouldn't be on the Australia shouldn't be on the Australian 11,

they have been the pick of the

bowlers. Our batting was not good

enough. We didn't follow the follow-on and I thought Strauss was

going to go for that. All in all, it

is amaze gs how thing kz change in

ray week. And we can see the

pressure getting to ringy Ponting.

Things got heated after a

controversial catch. What happened

there? Let's have a look at this. Se says "

says "Yes, I caught it.

says "Yes, I caught it." They went

to the third umpire. He had a

to the third umpire. He had a look at

at the video and it was

inconclusive. Ricky Ponting is not

happy with it. I think the right

decision was made. Ponting went to

to toe and there is no loss of love

between the two sides. He dropped a

catch, missed a run-out. With two

days to play, I think that

reputation and record for Ricky is not going

not going to continue. Not a great

time to be an Aussie fellow in

London. Batten down the hatches.

Hopefully I have a different cabbie on the way home. Next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Weekend Sunrise on the Seven Network. Hello. In local headlines this week.. A father of 5 was killed in a crash..on the drive home from a family trip to the snow. Their car rolled on Kosciuszko road. Police say it was most likely fatigue related. A man with suspected links to a Sydney gunfight.. which accidentally killed a Canberra truckie.. faced court. Police say he drove away and failed to stop. More pressure for ambo's to meet community demand. New figures show nearly 1 in 7 triple-o calls aren't answered on time. An ACTION bus driver was punched several times in Civic.. after he wouldn't let 3 men aboard. They'd argued over the ticket price. A 20-year-old Hughes man was arrested after a pursuit ended in a crash at Belconnen. Police are on the hunt for two others who fled. And Raider Tom Learoyd-Lahrs got his origin wish. The Blues denied Queensland a clean sweep.. they beat the Maroons 28 - 16. Enjoy your weekend. Welcome back. News time, here's Jess. Good morning. In news just in an Australian soldier has been killed in Afghanistan overnight. No details have been released but a news conference has been scheduled for 9:00 eastern standard time.

We'll bring you further details as they come to hand. Indonesia's anti-terrorism chief says the attacks in Jakarta are "clearly linked" to a Malaysian extremist who masterminded the deadly 2005 Bali bombings. Eight people died in Friday's twin hotel bombings, including three Australian businessmen. More than 50 people were injured. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has urged world leaders to do more to combat terrorism during a visit to the site of last year's Mumbai terror attacks. It is global, it is ruthless, it is nihilistic and it must be stopped. Authorities say the bombings are almost certainly the work of Noordin Mohammed Top who's also wanted for a string of bombings on Western targets. Five members of the same family found dead in their home in Sydney's north-west may have been murdered. A young woman made the gruesome discovery yesterday morning when her family failed to open their newsagency. The bodies of a mother, her two sons aged 9 and 12, her sister and her husband were found in separate rooms. Loss of life in any incident is tragic and this is just one of those incidents which is a tragic case.

One of the victims, 46-year-old Min Lin, had witnessed a million-dollar armed robbery on a security van earlier this year. Police are investigating whether the family died in a violent home invasion. Officers worked through the night

searching local bushland for evidence. Health authorities in Victoria say the swine flu crisis appears to be easing. Hospitals are reporting fewer patients with virus and there's been a decline in the number of reported infections. Officials say it could be because the outbreak happened early in Victoria compared to other States. Swine Flu has been linked to the deaths of 31 people in Australia, 14 of them in Victoria. Rescued British backpacker Jamie Neale has revealed he thought he was going to die and wrote goodbye letters to his family. The 19-year-old has denied his bush ordeal was part of an elaborate hoax after spending 12 days lost in the Blue Mountains. He's sold his story for a rumoured $200,000

and plans to donate part of it to his rescuers. At least three people are feared dead after a mudslide in central Germany. They were believed to be asleep inside their home when it was swept away and buried in a crater along the shores of Lake Concordia. Two other homes, which were vacant, were also dragged about 100 metres down the slope. Officials have been unable to search the homes because the hillside is too unstable. Two astronauts on board the space shuttle 'Endeavour'

have taken their first spacewalk of the mission. They started working on the Japanese space lab Kibo where a platform is being installed. And this is a massive piece of equipment, it weighs four tonnes, it's five metres square and it's basically like adding a huge piece of decking to your house except you're 300 kilometres up. It's the first of five scheduled spacewalks for the 'Endeavour' crew. And now with sport, here's Simon Reeve. Australia's hopes of victory in the second Ashes Test at Lord's are all but over after England piled on the runs on day three. After dismissing the visitors for 215, England now have a lead of 521 runs. Spinner Nathan Hauritz was the only Aussie bowler to make an impact for much of the day, claiming the first three England wickets to fall. COMMENTATOR: Two wickets in two overs for Hauritz. Tensions reached flashpoint after lunch when Hauritz claimed a catch at mid-on but Ravi Bopara stood his ground. Aussie Matt Goggin is one shot off the lead after the third round of the British Open at Turnberry. The Tasmanian fired an impressive 1-under par 69 in this morning's third round

on a day where most players went backwards. Goggin is one shot behind the remarkable Tom Watson who's chasing his sixth British Open crown at the age of 59. Hawthorn has re-ignited its premiership defence with an emphatic victory over high-flying Collingwood. The Hawks belted the Pies by 45 at the MCG while the Lions downed the Dockers at Subiaco. Trailing by 11 points at half time

the Hawks rediscovered their run in the third term, piling on seven unanswered majors. COMMENTATOR: Great running stuff from Hawthorn! What a superb goal! They're back to their best! Lance Franklin continued his return to form, kicking five goals. To the NRL and Newcastle has confirmed it's set to release coach Brian Smith to take up a lucrative 4-year deal with the Sydney Roosters. In last night's matches, Manly came from behind to down the Sharks and the Panthers beat the Raiders. Cronulla started impressively against the reigning premiers, racing to a 22-16 half-time lead with some stunning attack. COMMENTATOR: Try! Have you ever seen anything like it!? The Sharks lost skipper Trent Barrett to the sin bin early in the second half and Manly took full advantage, running in three unanswered tries to move back into the top eight.

Wallabies beaten last night and go

to South Africa

to South Africa to play the

Springboks on August 8. Can we beat

the