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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Revolution or rort? program wasting money? Is the Government's school-building a closer look at the claims. This morning, we'll take And cut through the spin. Then... and then I'm finished Year 12, I've got six more weeks of school and starting up a life. then I'm getting a job turning their lives around. The troubled teens she was doing the right thing The little girl who thought throwing back the ball. you threw the ball? So, Emily, how come Did you just want to throw it down? what her dad really thought. But wait 'til you hear And let the battle begin. is live at Brekky Central Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan on the Friday edition of Sunrise. please welcome VOICEOVER: Ladies and gentlemen, Mel 'Calamity' Doyle the killer in midnight black David 'Titanic' Koch. and the fighting finance freak to rummmmble! Now let's get reaaaaddddyyy

# The final countdown World championship wrestling. Black and white TV. Forget Hulk Hogan. The Italian stallion. Must-see TV. The

saddest thing in my life was taking saddest thing in my life was

AJ to wrestling and we had good tickets and he said " tickets and he said "It's fake. tickets and he said "It's fake." There are kids watching. Just on

that day it appeared to be. Hulk Hogan is coming in. recognisable faces in the world, Apart from being one of the most he has an amazing story to tell. You'll meet him after 7:00. here's Nat. Right now, though, it's news time, Good morning. East Asia, Noordin Mohammad Top, One of the most feared men in South has been killed. for nine years. Authorities had been after Top several terrorist attacks He was wanted over including the 2002 Bali Bombings. during a shoot-out in Central Java. Indonesian police say he died probably in Indonesian history. He's been the most elusive man police about five or six times. He's managed to escape and elude police have declared Top dead It's the second time in a month they're certain. though this time they say will investigate allegations Victoria's Child Safety Commissioner 30 years without anybody knowing. a man raped his daughter for on 13 charges, The man is behind bars including incest and assault, after DNA tests allegedly revealed three living children. he fathered his daughter's A former neighbour says of her children she long suspected he was the father because they used to call him Daddy. Minister says Victoria's Community Services until yesterday. she was unaware of the case Up to 100 people have rallied paedophile Dennis Ferguson, outside the Sydney home of convicted demanding he move away. in temporary accommodation Ferguson is currently living away from the Ryde unit. whenever he wants But the 61-year-old can return because he holds a valid lease. into our community! Surreptitiously slid that are dangerous How many other criminals sneakily, into the community have been slid surreptitiously, all around us! Government officials be sacked Neighbours have demanded into the public housing flat. for allowing Ferguson to move the Bush administration's plans US President Barack Obama has dumped in eastern Europe. to build a missile defence shield The news has been welcomed by Moscow as a direct threat to Russia. which saw the previous scheme made clear to Russia We've also repeatedly missile defence programmes that its concerns about our previous were entirely unfounded. Our clear and consistent focus ballistic missile programme. has been the threat posed by Iran's long-range missiles has eased. Obama says the threat from Iran's southern Spain. Deadly floods have swept through have been killed At least three people battered the region. as heavy rains and strong winds the massive clean-up job. Those who stayed behind have begun is still current. A severe weather warning has delivered the Rudd Government The global financial crisis an unexpected cash windfall. Treasurer Wayne Swan The Reserve Bank handed a record $5.2 billion last month. The windfall came dollars worth of Australian dollars from the RBA buying billions of last year to 60 US cents. when the currency's value slipped It then sold them off to around 87 US cents. when the dollar shot back up In finance news: Volumes are up. Traders are wondering have we got ahead of

ourselves. The Dow up 57% ourselves. The Dow up 57%. ourselves. The Dow up 57%. NASDAQ wondering have we got ahead of

down 5 points. It is

down 5 points. It is 68% changed.

market has almost doubled since its Would you believe the Hong Kong

lows March and we are up about 50% lows March and we are up about 50%.

Japan up about 50% as well. Yesterday's surge ahead as

after the global financial crisis. confidence keeping growing a year

Telstra rebounding as well. post that record profit. Just how did the Reserve Bank

It has paid a big dividend to the Government. from CommSec. Let's as Savanth Sebastian why has the RBA done so well? Savanth, It seems they can't put a foot

wrong. Go back to October last year and it touched US 60 cents. They

decided to go into the market and

dollar. They bought $ try to support the Australian

dollar. They bought $3. dollar. They bought $3.8 billion

dollars at the 60-cent mark. Now

that is back at 87 cents it is a cash profit. $ cash profit. $8. cash profit. $8.8 billion windfall.

It is the biggest profit. It is great news for the Government. You

years to come but the Reserve Bank talk about raising taxes in the

is doing its part that the budget is

deficit gets eroded as soon as

possible. Thank you for your time. Just a bit of trivia. New figures came out yesterday. Which sector is

the biggest employer in Australia?

It used to be retailer. Mining? Mining? Tourism? Government. Health care. Wow. Health care. Isn't that amazing. The biggest employer in

Australia. So one would hope we are getting healthier and looked after more. And our facilities are better. Just quickly, I was at something

recently and I met someone at the

ABS and I told them about you, they were so excited. There are a couple of things that the ABS is adding. A few new calculators that they are

adding. I will brick it up next week. fine for Brisbane. Mostly sunny for Sydney and Canberra. Clear skies for Melbourne and Hobart. Adelaide will be fine. Showers will start to ease in Perth. Darwin will have a warm day. Fifi has the weather in detail when Sunrise continues. On Weekend Sunrise this Sunday - Simon on safari. Life and death in Africa. Plus, the master illusionist's next big trick. He won the lottery, now he wants to hypnotise viewers. And Hollywood's A-list on American TV's big night. That's Weekend Sunrise, this Sunday from 7am. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Australia is coasting to victory in the sixth one-dayer against England at Trent Bridge. England's limped to 7/155 - nowhere near the victory target of 297. Rookie opener Tim Paine anchored the Aussie innings, hitting his maiden one-day international century. The 24-year-old combined with Mike Hussey for a 163-run stand. Ricky Ponting effectively killed off England's hopes with two moments of breathtaking skill in the field. Ponting produced two brilliant runouts in six balls, getting rid of Matt Prior and Ravi Bopara to leave England in tatters. Geelong forward Steve Johnson appears certain to return from a hip injury in tomorrow's preliminary final against Collingwood. Johnson hasn't played since Round 20 but has recovered well from hip surgery. Stevie was running around like a little kid. He was loving being back out there and feeling good. Defender Max Rooke is set to return from a thigh strain while the Pies have recalled midfielder Scott Pendlebury less than a fortnight after fracturing his leg. The Western Bulldogs have named an unchanged line-up for tonight's prelim final against St Kilda. The Saints are also unchanged and will start heavy favourites. The Titans are bracing themselves for the inevitable impact of Parramatta superstar Jarryd Hayne in tonight's NRL semifinal at the Sydney Football Stadium. The Eels fullback was unstoppable on Sunday against minor premiers St George Illawarra and Gold Coast know he'll look to impose himself on the game.

We just got to be aware right across

the park how we deal with the damage he causes. Eels centre Krisnan Inu has been ruled out with a hamstring injury. The Wallabies are promising to play an open brand of attacking rugby in tomorrow's Tri-Nations Test against the All Blacks in Wellington. The match is a dead rubber as far as the Bledisloe Cup goes but there's still plenty to play for - the loser to finish with the wooden spoon in the Tri-Nations.

We don't want that. An open brand of rugby. No. No one's played it all

year. There you go. Gone at the

start of the season with that. Rather than kick the whole time. I

have no idea what you are talking

about so let's go to Fifi with the weather. You had showbags. I do.

They are never far away. The Royal Melbourne show day two kicks off today. Nothing says school holidays like the show S mum, l are 10. I can

buy my own now. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Around Queensland - fine for Cairns and Townsville. An early shower for Mackay. Mainly fine for Bundaberg and Maroochydore. Brisbane will have a top of 28. Across New South Wales - chance of an afternoon shower for Coffs Harbour. Morning fog for Dubbo. Mostly fine for Newcastle and Canberra. Sydney will be fine and 23. Around Victoria, sunny for Mildura. Early frost for Ballarat and Bendigo. Melbourne will have a top of 20. In Tasmania, fog then fine for Launceston. Fine for Strahan and Swansea. Hobart will be sunny. Around South Australia, fog for Mount Gambier. Fine for Port Lincoln and Ceduna. Adelaide will have a top of 23. In the Northern Territory, mostly sunny for Alice Springs. Hot in Katherine. Darwin will be 34 degrees with blue skies. Across WA - a shower for Albany and Bunbury. Morning rain for Geraldton. Fine for Broome and Karratha. Perth will have a few showers. Currently 8 degrees here at Flemington. Showbags today. Bertie Beetle showbag, still my Flemington. Showbags today. The favourite, and only $ favourite, and only $1. favourite, and only $1.50. I will

get stuck into those across the

morning. A lot of fun to be had.

It's like I'll on school holidays. A

Dagwood dog. I will Dagwood dog. I will get stuck into those. Ahead on Sunrise - how did authorities miss the case of a Victorian father accused of raping his daughter? And our footy experts pass judgement on Jason Taylor's sacking from the Rabbitohs. Then, Susan Boyle makes a return to TV. (SINGS 'WILD HORSES') But does America think she's got talent?

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. Susan Boyle has given her first performance in the US. She sang a cover of the Rolling Stones cover 'Wild Horses'.

# Wild horses couldn't drag me away Let's find out how America responded to SuBo. Nelson Aspen is in New York. Did she live up to the hype? Very brave choice in song. Simon Cowell is no dummy, that's for sure.

It was a great reinterpretation of

that piece. She did what she does best. She opened her mouth and

beautiful music came out. You could hear the wonderful reception from the audience. After she finished she got a standing ovation from the audience and the judges as well. She says she feels more confident and

not feel like a spectator but a part of it and not the wee lass and the performer she is. Good song. Hamish

and Andy appeared on Jay Leno? Where is Hamish. Oh my Lord, he's gone the

sandman. Like Tiger Woods he has

played it perfectly out of the green man. This is a sensational ghost. I think I got you as well. Hamish has got it. Probably in America a bloke

would turn around and shoot you.

That is very funny. This is part of Jay Leno's new show in prime time in

America. It is not his talk-back show. He just started it this week.

That is a big deal to get on it. It

is. It used to be the only Australians that Americans knew were

Errol Flynn but we have so many

A-list Australian stars that is easier to crack it here but not too much radio. We are seeing them and getting how funny they getting how funny they are. They call them Australia-files. This was a natural progression. Kyle Sandilands was just in Los trying to look around for trying to look around for things and the only thing he got in America was Sandilands was just in Los Angeles

a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap. The good thing with Hamish and Andy, they are young comedians. They are young comedians which are developing

their own. I love your shirt. I got

it from the man himself yesterday, Jared crouch. He is in town

celebrating his retirement. They are laundered. Thank you. We will talk to you later on. Still ahead - the one classroom costing a country school almost $1 million. So is the Government's stimulus money being well spent? But next this morning's news and today's weather. And later - meet the man behind Mario and Luigi. Hello. It is me. Mario. You are watching my favourite, Sunrise! You're in for a Sunrise Power Week. Monday - get ready for the men of ABBA. Tuesday - one on one with Jason Donovan. I love it, I love it. Wednesday - Australia's pop princess Kylie Minogue. Hello, home! Thursday - Hollywood tough girl Uma Thurman. True story. Friday - Grand Final fever. We're live in Melbourne. That's what we call a Sunrise Power Week, starting Monday. On the way - how troubled kids are turning their lives around. And great fashion? Or granny rug?

The girls are a bit harsh on Cate Blanchett's frock. We haven't said a

word. You don't have to speak. It's

time for the news. Indonesian police are certain DNA tests will prove they've killed South-East Asia's most wanted terrorist. Noordin Mohammed Top blew himself up

during a raid on a hide-out in central Java. Indonesia's police chief says fingerprints are a direct match. Noordin was wanted over several attacks, including the 2004 blast at Australia's Embassy in Jakarta and the 2002 Bali bombing which killed 202 people, including 88 Australians. Conservative Christian groups are waging a holy war

on the nation's TV networks over graphic sex and violence in prime time shows. Those in the firing line include 'City Homicide', 'Underbelly' and 'Californication'. The move comes as the industry watchdog launches a major review into onscreen content. The Australian Christian Lobby wants offending shows heavily edited, pushed into later timeslots or even banned.

There's reportedly a war brewing in the boardroom at Fairfax Media. It's claimed major shareholder and director John B. Fairfax is gearing up to dump company chairman Ron Walker. Mr Fairfax and his son are apparently upset Mr Walker wants to stay on as chairman until the middle of next year. The Fairfax family has released a statement, saying Mr Walker is well aware of shareholder dissatisfaction with him. It's believed they'll try to oust him at the company's annual general meeting in November. Australians are paying off their credit cards faster than ever before. Reserve Bank figures show the average credit card balance stood at $3,100 in July. That's 0.6% lower than a year ago. Economists say it's the fastest decline since records began 14 years ago. People using their debt cards. Spending their own money. That is a good idea. A Melbourne landlord is crying out "Gimme Gimme Gimme" after a rare piece of ABBA memorabilia disappeared from their rented home. The 1970s white jumpsuit was worn by Agnetha on the cover of the Swedish pop group's fourth album 'Arrival' was being stored in a shed at the Healsville property. Police believe it may have been sold by the new tenants at a garage sale. They'd like to hear from anyone who attended a garage sale on Don Road in May this year.

We're going to talk to them. Forget

national security. We got to track it down. If anyone bought it and wearing it, they should be easy to spot. I hope they are not out

painting the back fence with it on.

Classic story. We will keep you up to date. Australia is closing in on victory in the sixth one-day international against England at Trent Bridge. England is 8/171 in reply to the visitors' victory target of 297. The required run rate of almost a run-a-ball was made virtually impossible by two stunning run-outs from Ricky Ponting. The Aussie skipper came up with two direct hits in the space of six balls. COMMENTATOR: That is the end of that. He can do nothing wrong it seems. Rookie opener Tim Paine anchored the Aussie innings hitting his maiden one-day international century. Collingwood's Scott Pendlebury is on the verge of a remarkable comeback in tomorrow night's preliminary final against Geelong. The midfielder fractured his right leg against the Saints just 11 days ago. Yeah, it's surprising to be honest, but I don't know how bad the break was when it was first done. Cats defender Max Rooke proved he's overcome a thigh strain by riding to training while Steve Johnson returns from hip surgery. Sacked South Sydney coach Jason Taylor has indicated he's going take the club to court after he was axed yesterday with a year to run on his contract. Taylor and David Fa'alogo have had their contracts terminated after an incident at the team's end-of-season drinks. Taylor has been replaced by former Panthers coach John Lang. The future of Socceroos skipper Lucas Neill has finally been settled with the defender to link with Tim Cahill at premier league side Everton. Neill's agreed to a 1-year deal and will make his debut on Sunday against former club Blackburn. For all Aussie Everton fans that gets you licking your lips. And

Cadel at the tour of Spain. Fifi is at the Royal Melbourne show. Oops, at the Royal Melbourne show. Oops, I

hit a little dog here. He is such a feature of the Royal Melbourne show. Sorry about that Boxhead. An animal I am not going to hit is Jigsaw.

This is Rocky who is an animal wrang ler. I asked could I step closer and

will Jigsaw be OK? And he said I think so. And you are

Right now it is 8 degrees here in Melbourne at flexion ton. I am surrounded by animals. Box Head and

Jigsaw. How do you train a bull? It is a work in progress but he loves

to perform in front of the kids. When you say a work in progress,

this will work for us this morning? I am sure. Take Jigsaw for a walk. Have you ever seen a bull trot. Look

at that. It's a trotting bull. He's coming back. Very impressive. I thought he was going to come and

knock me over. I will bring you more from the Royal Melbourne show in

half an hour. See you then. of the Day, the ear tires sooner than the tongue. That's a message. half an hour. See you then. Thought

Joke of the Day. There was a guy travelling on the subway. Dawn

patrollers we had Jerry Lewis on the show. As much as I love your jokes that particular one was told before

by someone quite good. Have a listen. I went to ride the subway. I

had not been on one for many years. This time I was doing my concert New York. I thought I want to try This time I was doing my concert in

it. I had nothing to do during the

day and I wanted to expose myself to

the New York people. I got on the

subway and it is a show itself. We make a stop and a young man gets on

the train with leather jacket, leather boots and a chain from

undown here and his hair was swept up. It was green and yellow and red

and purple. So naturally I'm staring at him. He looks at me what's the

matter old man? Haven't you ever

done anything unusual in your life?

I said yes, 20 years ago I had sex

with a parrot and I thought you were my son. Ladies and gentlemen, Jerry Lewis at Enmore Theatre. That is how

you tell a joke. How good is he? You

were about to tell it the same S Weren't we so honoured to have him

in here. 85 years of age and just a legend. He was funny and charming on air. The moment we went to a commercial break he was equally

charming. Just one of the highlights

of ever doing Sunrise. Another one this morning. Coming up - the boys meet wrestling legend Hulk Hogan. And we've got a fun finish to our week of live music. But next - can the Bulldogs upset the Saints? And will the Eels continue their dream run against the Titans. Standby for our footy experts, on Sunrise.

Talking sport, brought to you by BigPond sport. Let's take a look at the tips for this weekend. The girls are hoping the Western Bulldogs can come out on top against the Saints, while in the NRL, the girls and guys have both tipped the Eels and Dragons. Looking at the leaderboard, the boys have a 21-point lead, with over $20,000 raised for charity, thanks to Sportingbet Australia. A spot in the Grand Final is up for grabs this weekend in the AFL with the Saints up against the Bulldogs tonight, while in the NRL, Parramatta will look to continue their miracle run in the finals. Let's get into it with our footy experts Nathan Buckley and Shane Webcke. Good morning. Just quickly, Webby, South Sydney have sacked Jason Taylor. Did he have to go? It is a factor of not knowing whether he has been a serial offender. Would I sack him, that depends on how deep it runs. Bucks, can the Dogs beat the Saints? They are the Saints least favourite

opponent. They are difficult in contested ball. They have been fantastic all year. Webby, can the Eels keep the dream alive tonight? I don't think so. The Titans who just got pipped last week, they are very hungry and want to make amends for last week. I think the Titans are going to roll over, of course they are. Bucks, can the Cats make it three Grand Final appearances in a row. They got a

They got a huge task against your boys. They haven't been in great nick. They got a bit of steel about

them. If they can get over the Pies

they are obviously right in the mix but they are a danger. Webby, can the Broncos end the Dragons dream? I think they will. I think the

Dragons are a fragile footy side at

the moment. They lost the last four out of five. I don't think you can put certainty where put certainty where there is doubt. Even though they have a wonder coach

in Bennett, they are too much on a roll and momentum. It will be roll and momentum. It will be a huge game? It is a massive game. It will

be a huge as mow spear. Unfortunately that atmosphere can work for the bron work for the Broncos as well as the

Dragons. I think the Broncs are in the frame of mind to put the foot down and I say that in great respect of my

of my good friend Bennett. And pend

will bury is good to go? They have done amazing things with medicine and super glue as well. It will be

13 days since he cracked his leg. I don't imagine they would put him out

there. If he can take knocks, we won't find out until the night. I

was going to say that is more of rugby league trait than an AFL one. was going to say that is more of a

Congratulations to the AFL. It is

that time of the year. It will be a huge weekend of footy. We will lap it up this weekend. And the boys will be back Monday morning, thanks to BigPond Sport. Subscribe to the AFL Action Pack for live scores and the 24/7 AFL Footy channel, with match replays, video highlights, team and tribunal news, plus a full suite of stats. Beretts, did you actually admit that the Cats haven't been in good form

over the last 10 weeks? No. Do you? No, I think they are great. I think their preparation is getting better

and better but who cares when I -

what I think. They do. Shortly, is the Government's school-building program more of a rort than a revolution? And later - your body's weird signs that something could be seriously wrong. But next - the little girl who thought she was doing the right thing. So, Emily, how come you threw the ball? Did you just want to throw it down? Wait 'til you hear what her dad really thought about her throwing back the ball, when Sunrise continues. When we need a car, we call Thrifty - Australia's best-valued car and truck rental. Meet Dallas and Pixie, our pets of the day. The pair belong to the Robinson family and they have plenty of friends. No doubt they'll put a voucher from Pet Stock to good use. To see how you can spend it and for more great offers from Catalogue Central, just head to our website. Funding for school upgrades is a hot topic around the country. We're hearing claims the money is being wasted. It's our money from the federal government's Building the Education Revolution scheme. Some examples: A Victorian school forced to rip up $60,000 in recent refurbishments, just so a school hall could be built nearby. And one small classroom that'll cost a country school $850,000. We'll take a closer look at this after 7:00. But in the meantime, we want to hear from you. What's going on at your school? Our school wanted to do something with the schoolyard and you with the schoolyard and you weren't allowed. It had to be a library or a classroom. Is the money being misspent? Tell us your story. There is so much where you get the odd glitch. You have to think any money

invested in schools is a good thing.

Not if they are ripped off doing one classroom and they could have got

two or three. As long as that is not happening widespread. Cate Blanchett has people talking. The actress has stepped out in Melbourne in a crochet dress. Fashion commentators are split on the look. Melissa Hoyer says it looked like a crocheted blanket. But designer Henry Roth has given Cate a gold star for being imaginative. What do you think? It is from Romance Was Born. What do you girls think? I hate it. I hate

it myself. She might have liked it.

No halfway point there. It is not my favourite. Cate Blanchett is edgy. She wears things that are avant-garde. If anyone could give it

a go - Do you think she has? It is

not my favourite. As we all know,

Mel and I get hammered on the

soapbox because people hate what we

are wearing. Everyone has a different opinion. Why don't we ask people. Send in your bad fashion

moment. We all got a few. The school balance in 1980. The little taffeta number. You thought it was

think " the time and then look back and number. You thought it was good at

think "What was I thinking?

think "What was I thinking?" Have we brought in? Si didn't know this was in. I got a few taffeta numbers. brought in? Si didn't know this was Shoulder pads, bubble skirts. Send them in. we first brought you yesterday. Now a footnote to a story ball her dad caught at the baseball. The little girl who threw back the Her name is Emily. for years of that moment And her dad says he's been dreaming when a foul ball comes his way. a foul ball and here's my first one I had been waiting so long to catch and over the edge it goes I would ever get it back. and I didn't think

ball? So, Emily, how come you threw the down? Did you just want to throw it jerseys for Emily and her family. The baseball team made special with the original ball, And they've also presented her dad who hit it. autographed by the player That's nice. There you go. If you cafe foul ball,

cafe foul ball, get your child to

throw it back? Wasn't it sweet? When

face. She did the right thing. She we were playing it for - we saw his

was taught to share. You can't create the funniest moments. They just happen. this morning's news and weather. After the break -

turning young lives around. Then, the program the problem of teenage road deaths, How Mission Australia is confronting head on. miss the case of a Victorian father And how did authorities accused of raping his daughter? This is Sunrise on Seven.

Revolution or rort? program wasting money? Is the Government's school-building

a closer look at the claims In 10 minutes, we'll take and cut through the spin. Then... and then I'm finished Year 12, I've got six more weeks of school and starting up a life. then I'm getting a job turning their lives around. The troubled teens Plus, the power of a name. we can't live without. The big brands And let the battle begin. is live at Brekky Central Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan of Sunrise continues. as this Friday edition please welcome VOICEOVER: Ladies and gentlemen, Mel 'Calamity' Doyle the killer in midnight black David 'Titanic' Koch. and the fighting finance freak

to rummmmble! Now let's get reaaaaddddyyy

the morning. I am alive now. Was Nothing like a bit of wrestling in

that all real? Too right. About as

real as the show. Looked a bit funny on camera. Looked dodgy. A big day for wrestling fans. Man crush. and you'll meet him after 7:30. Hulk Hogan is coming in here's Nat. Right now, though, it's news time, Good morning. terrorist Noordin Mohammed Top, South-East Asia's most wanted during a raid by Indonesian police. has blown himself up using fingerprints. He was identified the mastermind of terrorist attacks It ends a 9-year search for including many Australians. which have killed hundreds of people triumphantly holds the evidence Indonesia's national police chief Noordin Mohammed Top. proving his officers have killed hide-out in Central Java Police were led to a militant already in custody. by two of Noordin's associates,

by his own people. It appears Noordin was given up (GUNSHOTS) to the hide-out. Daylight revealed the damage 200 kilograms of explosives, Locals watched as police seized grenades and machine guns. was Indonesia's most wanted man. But their biggest catch (SPEAKS FOREIGN LANGUAGE) fingerprints were a match. The police chief said several to confirm his identity. DNA tests will be carried out probably in Indonesian history. He's been the most elusive man police about five or six times. He's managed to escape and elude The hunt for Noordin had intensified group bombed two Jakarta hotels after his Jemaah-Islamiyah breakaway in July. were among the victims. Three Australians over several attacks Noordin was already wanted

at Australia's Embassy in Jakarta including the 2004 blast and the 2002 Bali bombing including 88 Australians. which killed 202 people, and it's good for Indonesia. It's good for Australia I suppose the downside is to step into his position that there's a deputy ready whose name is Teddy.

by her father for 30 years It's claimed a woman sexually abused in Victoria him two years before he was charged. took out a restraining order against For more, Andrew Lund from Melbourne. I'm joined by Seven reporter former neighbours of the family Andrew, we're also hearing long suspected something was wrong?

Yes, good morning. It was a neighbour who helped the woman escape the house in 2007 and another

neighbour called police in the years before that. This happened over three decades and many people who

lived near the family had absolutely

no idea what was going on. Many said they saw the father quite regularly but the daughter stayed inside most

of the time. The father is in custody and the rest of the family is doing what they can to get their lives back to as normal thz they can. And there have been calls Minister to be sacked over the case? for Victoria's Community Services Yes, after an ombudsman report that

children were placed in the care of known child sex offenders. She is vowing not to resign and she is promising that the Government will present a wrath of amendments in coming days . Andrew Lund, thank you for the update. Dennis Ferguson Neighbours of convicted paedophile should be sacked say housing officials to move into their area. for allowing him Around 100 people rallied in Sydney's north-west last night outside the unit at Ryde be forced to move away. demanding the 61-year-old We are here for our children in Australia and the children that may grow up and make sure it never happens again. Ferguson is currently living elsewhere in temporary accommodation but can return to Ryde whenever he wants. A jump in the number of women giving birth and new migrants is set to cause a population explosion. A report due to be released today will show a 65% surge in Australia's population to 35 million by 2049. It's currently 22 million. Government projections point to the population being larger and younger than previous estimates. That's largely due to the fertility rate of Australian women increasing to a level not seen since the 1980s. Over the same 40-year period, the number of older people aged 65 to 84 years will more than double. Former Opposition leaders Kim Beazley and Brendan Nelson have been accused of unfairly scoring their plum diplomatic postings. The Greens have criticised the decision to appoint Mr Beazley and Mr Nelson ambassadors to the United States and the European Union. But the Prime Minister says they'll serve their country well.

These two men represent distinguished Australians with great capacity, who I believe will serve Australia's national interests well. Mr Rudd's hinting he could have a job waiting for Peter Costello too when he leaves politics. US President Barack Obama has dumped the Bush administration's plans to build a missile defence shield in eastern Europe. The President says they don't provide suitable protection against Iranian missiles

so he's designed a new defence system. To put it simply, our new missile defence architecture in Europe will provide stronger, smarter and swifter defences of American forces and America's allies. The dramatic policy shift has been welcomed by Moscow which saw the previous scheme as a national security threat. A new biography on the Queen Mother has revealed

and breast cancer. her secret battle with colon She beat cancer in the 1960s and she took it just in her stride. She went into hospital without telling anybody and just reported that she'd just gone in for some routine observation. The biographer says the Queen Mother was appalled that Prince Charles and Princess Diana spoke publicly about their failed marriage. The global financial crisis has delivered the Rudd Government an unexpected cash windfall. The Reserve Bank handed Treasurer Wayne Swan a record $5.2 billion last month. They raked in all the cash by purchasing Australian dollars when the currency's value dropped last year. They bought about $3.8 billion worth of Aussie dollars in the 60 cent mark and now that we've seen the Aussie get back to 87 cents it's netted them a cash profit. The windfall will take a big chunk out of the Budget deficit which is forecast to blow out to $57 billion. In finance news:

Time for sport, here's Beretts. Australia is one win away from a 7-0 series whitewash after thumping England by 111 runs at Trent Bridge this morning. England folded to be all out for 185 after the Aussies set an imposing target of 297.

Rookie opener Tim Paine anchored the Aussie innings hitting his maiden one-day international century. Ricky Ponting effectively killed off England's hopes of a reply with two moments of breathtaking skill in the field. Ponting produced two brilliant direct-hit runouts in six balls getting rid of Matt Prior and Ravi Bopara to leave England in tatters. Brett Lee wrapped up proceedings by knocking over Jimmy Anderson for one. Geelong forward Steve Johnson appears certain to return from a hip injury in tomorrow's preliminary final against Collingwood. Johnson hasn't played since Round 20 but has recovered well from hip surgery. Stevie was running around like a little kid. He was loving being back out there and feeling good. Defender Max Rooke is set to return from a thigh strain while the Pies have recalled midfielder Scott Pendlebury less than a fortnight after fracturing his leg. The Western Bulldogs have named an unchanged line-up for tonight's preliminary final against Saint Kilda. The Saints are also unchanged and will start heavy favourites. The Titans are bracing themselves for the inevitable impact of Parramatta superstar Jarryd Hayne in tonight's NRL semifinal at the Sydney Football Stadium. The Eels fullback was unstoppable on Sunday against minor premiers St George Illawarra

and Gold Coast know he'll look to impose himself on the game. We've just got to be aware right across the park, how we deal with the damage he causes. Eels centre Krisnan Inu has been ruled out with a hamstring injury. The Wallabies are promising to play an open brand of attacking rugby in tomorrow's Tri-Nations Test against the All Blacks in Wellington. The match is a dead rubber as far as the Bledisloe Cup goes

but there's still plenty to play for. The loser to finish with the wooden spoon in the Tri-Nations. Soon on Sunrise - is school funding being wasted? But first let's check in with Fifi who's found a few sweet traditions at the Royal Melbourne Show.

I certainly have. One of my

favourites features at the Royal Melbourne show is the ladies from

the CWA. Phyllis has baked tea

scones for us. I have to say thank

you for going to the trouble of

doing your hair. Really appreciate that. Look forward to getting into these shortly. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Around Queensland - fine for Cairns and Townsville. An early shower for Mackay. Mainly fine for Bundaberg and Maroochydore. Brisbane will have a top of 28. Across New South Wales - chance of an afternoon shower for Coffs Harbour. Morning fog for Dubbo. Mostly fine for Newcastle and Canberra. Sydney will be fine and 23. Around Victoria, sunny for Mildura. Early frost for Ballarat and Bendigo. Melbourne will have a top of 20. In Tasmania, fog then fine for Launceston. Fine for Strahan and Swansea. Hobart will be sunny. Around South Australia, fog for Mount Gambier. Fine for Port Lincoln and Ceduna. Adelaide will have a top of 23. In the Northern Territory, mostly sunny for Alice Springs. Hot in Katherine. Darwin will be 34 degrees with blue skies. Across WA - Morning rain for Geraldton. Fine for Broome and Karratha. Perth will have a few showers.

9 degrees here at Flemington. Let's get into these scones with jam and

cream. Back to you, Kochie. That is

part of the show. Thank you, Fifi. All week we've been hearing claims that funding for school upgrades is being wasted. It's our money from the Federal Government's Building the Education Revolution scheme. Here are some of the apparent problems - some small country schools in New South Wales charged $30,000 each to buy plans for a demountable classroom. A Victorian school forced to rip up $60,000 in recent refurbishments so a school hall could be built nearby. And one small classroom that'll cost a country school $850,000. The Federal Opposition has been on the attack over costs like these but we want to cut through the spin and get the real picture. We've gone to the parents and citizens groups. I'm joined now by Peter Garrigan of the Council of State School Organisations. Good morning. You've heard these claims.

It is a big amount of money and a big program and little glitches, overall do you think the money is

wasted? No, I

wasted? No, I don't. Overall I think

the money is being well spent. The concern for me is that the negatives that are currently being talked

about will sadly impact on the overall success of the program. When it boils down to it, this, from a national perspective, this would be one of

one of the largest injections of much-needed capital for education and we continue to be the lucky

country. Yes, it has to be spent but

it has to be spent wisely. $ it has to be spent wisely. $30,000

for plants. Tracy has emailed in and her primary school is her primary school is getting money for walls to be rebuilt and they got to pay $ to pay $80,000 to an architect. That

is a lot of money. That is a lot of money and the federal department that is administering this program to make sure the to make sure the waste doesn't continue. If they are concerned, contact the department and the territory so we are aware of what is

going on and we can have a watching

brief as well. Therese says her school school not money for a new hall but they were told how big the hall has to be and they can't git all the kids in it. What employ you do if the brief is not correct. Therese needs a hall to needs a hall to accommodate all the

kids. It is hard to talk about the projects - and there are approximate lay 20,000 projects in almost 10,000

schools. What we can do and in discussions with department is to

keep an eye on, the department has put in place mechanisms to discuss any issues through the States. We

regularly have meetings with the department. We meet in Canberra and make sure that everything is going

smoothly with the guidelines. There will always be glitches but we need to keep them to a minimum and make sure the money is spent properly.

Key us up to date. The minor schools

and a lot of good stories coming through but as you said, we have to

make sure the glitches don't get through. Thank you. Thank you. If you're worried about how this school funding is being spent, let us know on the Soapbox. It is a big scheme that will hopefully make a huge difference. Each day, almost 1,000 young Aussies end up in detention and that number is at a 4-year high. But a Mission Australia program called U-Turn is confronting the problem head on. It's teaching kids with a history of car theft and joyriding their path in life can be changed. It's breaking the cycle of crime. Teenagers in the U-Turn program are half as likely to re-offend compared with those in detention. The 10 weeks is practical hands-on. So we have a mechanical workshop, we have a spray painting booth, a welding booth. 21-year-old Josh is just one of the success stories. He's now returned to the program as a mentor. It's made me want to work and get a job instead of sitting at home all day. Before coming to U-Turn, 16-year-old Stuart had dropped out of school, was stealing cars, and battling anger issues. I've learnt how to do mechanics, panel beating. They've put me onto a polytechnics welding course and that, which is going good for me. 19-year-old Eddie is one of the few female members. I've got six more weeks of school, and then I'm finished year 12, then I'm getting a job and starting up a life. It's taken only 10 weeks for these young Aussies to turn their lives around. (CHEERING) And they've learnt to help others. Handing over the keys of a re-built car to a family that's been the victim of crime. If it wasn't for U-Turn, I don't think the opportunities would've been there for her. So it's good, it's very good.

(SING 'WILD HORSES') Susan performed a cover of a Rolling Stones classic 'Wild Horses'. You can see the whole song on 'The Morning Show' after 9:00am. But here's the original. # Wild horses can't drag me away # Wild, wild horses... # Wild, wild horses...#

It is a tough song to do. Can I

share a bit of my musical knowledge with you. The song was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Before it was recorded it appeared or a Flying Burritos album. It has been covered by kneel young, Chris Cornell and Natalie Bassingthwaite

and there are a lot of versions. Gee, thank you, Molly. Do yourself a favour. She did a good job. You were

a big fan of Peter, Paul and Mary. Mary Travers, the female voice in Peter, Paul and Mary, has passed away after a year-long battle with leukemia. To help us remember Mary, let's go to Nelson Aspen in New York. Nelson, how will Mary be remembered? Foul The whole trio of Peter, Paul and Mary were so iconic. The voice of a generation. Even though their ballads were peaceful and that wonderful harmony, they were affecting social change and Vietnam and talking about discrimination and things like that. They mellowed as

the years went on and were famous

for Blowing in the Wind and Puff the

Magic Dragon and she had a very public fight with leukaemia. Peter

and Paul have said they have a difficult time living life without

Mary. I Had a Hammer. Takes you

back. I wasn't around. You glazed

over. I am learning a lot. The woman carrying Jude Law's love child is looking to cash in. How is she hoping to make money?

This has got to be such a distraction for him. He is here getting ready to open on Broadway in hamlet and he has to deal with this thing going on. Samantha Burke said all along when she announced her

pregnancy said she was not going to

seek media attention, she was not pregnancy said she was not going to going to seek money and now she is all over the media. Rumour has it that her lawyers are courting

hundreds of thousands of dollars for

media and her due date is October 6 which is the exact date for the opening of hamlet. Where art thou,

Jude. Poor Jude Thank you both. You are both very cultured. Out there. Old. Thank you, Nelson. Catch you next hour. Just ahead - Susan Boyle returns to the stage. Then... Look at him go! You got me. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Hamish and Andy introduce America to the art of 'ghosting', And get ready to rumble! Hulk Hogan is live at Brekky Central.

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We are on Hulk watch. I think Hulk

is coming by bus. He will be joining us later. In a

us later. In a steel container. On a big bike. Or a Hummer. The ground

will quiver. He works on his tan, I

believe. He gets out a lot. He

trains outside a lot. You ask him

about his tan, boys. Just a quick

apology to Jim. As you can tell I know nothing about music. Dairl Braithway wrote a song called

Horses. I didn't know they 'Wild Horses'. Elvis Costello, Guns and roses, Natasha Bedingfield, Horses. I didn't know they weren't

Chris Cornell and now SuBo. Yes, just

just reliving Peter, Paul and Mary. They were a trio of a generation. It was around Mitch Miller's Tonight Show day and follow the bouncing

ball. What was your favourite song?

I had a Hammer. And Puff the Magic

Dragon. That took off. I was told and tell me, music buffs, someone told me it was a drug song. I

thought it was just a cute song about a dragon. It was talked about, yeah. And that's where the insinuation came. Looking at those

three you wouldn't have thought. Innocent. You better be right. That

is shocking allegations. And Peter

introduced the world to the goatee. Cate Blanchett's crocheted frock, Jo loves it. It is bright, fun and

different and not many could look that great in a dress like that. Do

you want Cate to be a follower,

which you do because you are being highly critical, or do you expect

her to be on the cutting edge? I

love her on the cutting edge. Yes. My cat

My cat is slipping on a rug exactly

the same that my nana made. Every

nana's couch has one. "

nana's couch has one. "And now I

know what to do with the nana rug that I have. that I have." She is a very busy

woman. She has to go out and takes it off her knee. In two years tile. We have no idea. That's why there are people down stairs who buy us stuff. Sorry, Cate, you look beautiful. Indonesian police are certain DNA tests will prove they've killed South-East Asia's most wanted terrorist. Noordin Mohammed Top blew himself up during a raid on a hide-out in central Java this week. His fingerprints have been declared a match. Indonesia's President hopes his death will bring peace to the region. I believe that we could reduce the seriousness of terrorist threat to Indonesia. Noordin was wanted over several attacks including the recent Jakarta hotel bombings and the 2002 Bali bombing which killed 88 Australians. Vandals have attacked three south-east Queensland schools during the night, smashing windows and setting alight a demountable classroom. The building, at Browns Plains High School in Brisbane's south, was gutted by the blaze which was lit around 11:00. Police believe the same firebugs also tried to burn down a nearby primary school. 30 windows were also smashed at a school on the Gold Coast. Conservative Christian groups are waging a holy war on the nation's TV networks over graphic sex and violence in prime time shows. Those in the firing line include 'City Homicide', 'Underbelly' and 'Californication'. The move comes as the industry watchdog launches a major review into onscreen content. The Australian Christian Lobby wants offending shows heavily edited, pushed into later timeslots, or even banned. Australians are paying off their credit cards faster than ever before. Reserve Bank figures show the average credit card balance stood at $3,100 in July. That's 0.6% lower than a year ago. Economists say it's the fastest decline since records began 14 years ago. In finance news:

Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Australia has cruised to victory in the sixth one-day international against England at Trent Bridge. The visitors set a victory target of 297 and England couldn't even get close, going down by 111 runs. The required run rate of almost a run-a-ball was made virtually impossible by two stunning run-outs from Ricky Ponting. The Aussie skipper came up with two direct hits in the space of six balls. COMMENTATOR: Trouble again and that's the end of that. He can do nothing wrong it seems. Rookie opener Tim Paine anchored the Aussie innings, hitting his maiden one-day international century. Collingwood's Scott Pendelbury is on the verge of a remarkable comeback in tomorrow night's preliminary final against Geelong. The midfielder fractured his right leg against the Saints in week one of the finals.

Cats defender Max Rooke proved he's overcome a thigh strain by riding to training while Steve Johnson returns from hip surgery. Sacked South Sydney coach Jason Taylor has indicated he's going to take the club to court after he was axed with a year to run on his contract. Taylor has been replaced by former Panthers coach John Lang. Let's go to Hulk cam. Could it be? Crammed up in that car? It is the Hulk! Hulk Hogan, the Man Mountain

is in the house. That is a lot of

beef coming down the street. Look at the way he confidently walks in. He just does have that - He just does have that - He saunters. Go and welcome him. And thanks to Circus Brothers who provided the

T-shirt because that is a lot of

T-shirt. Just broke three fingers on Roy's hand. Roy our security guard,

he looks weak there. There is Scott. There you

There you go. Take him in the

smackdown. He was going to kiss him.

That is the influence he has on males Good luck, boys. It is a tough romance. Let's see what is happening weather wise. Fifi is at the Royal Melbourne show. Hooley dooley. I am

combining two of my combining two of my fears. One of the big attractions here are the show time Yamaha freestyle motocross

team. The best in the business are

about to fly over my head. I am combining a fear of heights with two motorbikes going over my head. I did

break my wrist

motorbike3 going over my head. I di$ break my wrist seven or

Here at the Royal Melbourne show ground things are about to start.

That is Brad and Steve. They are about to come at me. Here comes Steve. Oh my goodness. Don't jump. Oh my goodness. One more to go. Here we go. we go. I can do this.

That was a little close. Fifi, get

down now. I am OK. I am OK. I won't try this. Don't anyone try this at home. I am going to have a glass of

water. Hang on. Now that the

excitement is done. Be careful getting down. OK. Alright, Fif. OK, water. Hang on. Now that the

I am going to get off. That was good. And she's got her high heels going down. She always dresses so well for these events. Let's watch her. her. Just slide on your butt. Roll

down. She is on top of this. Roll

down. Look at her boots. Alright. I

think she is safe S That's what she was waiting for. She will get the inside number. No, she is in love. She is committed to Chavo. But if she wasn't, let the battle begin. Hulk Hogan. There is a man. She is committed to Chavo. But if

Plus later - why we're willing to pay more for our favourite brands. Up next, though, Susan Boyle is back. # Wild horses # Wouldn't drag me away... # But does America think she's got talent?

She was the unlikely star from 'Britain's Got Talent'. Now Susan Boyle has made a return to television, in America. She's keen to put talk of a breakdown behind her and she's given us a look at what to expect from her first album. She once dared to dream a dream.

But when the pressure got too much, Susan Boyle was hospitalised. Now on live US television, she's told the world that even wild horses couldn't drag her away. # Wild horses # Couldn't drag me away

# Wild horses # Couldn't drag me away It's the first time we've seen Susan perform for a while but it won't be the last. She's bringing out her debut album soon.

Aussies Hamish and Andy have also had a chance to shine on American television. The were guests on Jay Leno's new show and got to show everyone the finer art of 'ghosting'. He is very, very close. This is

ghosting of a business man. He got me.

me. A terrific first me. A terrific first go. You probably remember the name but if you can't remember the song, don't worry - it's about to be everywhere. To go along with the release of the remake of the movie 'Fame', the iconic theme song has been re-recorded. And we've got your exclusive first look. The song's even got a modern feel with that music all the kids are listening to these days. # I had a vision

# I had a story that had to be told # Silver and gold # I'm letting it # I'm letting it go

# I'm living my life... # I'm living my life...# And while we're on the topic, we can announce this morning that there'll be a new stage production of 'Fame' in Australia next year. Speaking of fame, two of Hollywood's favourites have teamed up for a new movie. Hugh Grant and Jennifer Aniston are the Morgans

in the film 'Did You Hear About the Morgans?' Their marriage is on the rocks but they're forced to go into hiding together when they witness a murder.

Do you ride? Yes, I had lessons when

I was a child. I don't tell you everything. Yeah, I knew that. Out in the wilderness,

they're forced to confront much more than just their relationship. The movie's coming out Boxing Day. And you may know this little guy but do you know this one? Woohoo, it's me Mario! Charles Martinet is the voice of the video game character Mario and just a few others. Luigi. Everybody but me. And baby Mario too. Whoo-hoo! One of the greatest things about my life is that I have selective fame, people recognise me so much when I'm in a venue. When the event is over and I walk back on the street, it's like no-one will know who I am.

Maybe one day we'll also introduce you to the voice of Donkey Kong. I hear he's a barrel of laughs. He should do a sat nav, Mario's voice. Whoo-hoo! Shortly, why we find big brands irresistible. And then, the weird signs that something could be wrong with your body. But next - the boys catch up with the king of professional wrestling. Hulk Hogan is live at Brekky Central right after this.

When you think of professional wrestling,

you can't help but think of Hulk Hogan. He first entered the ring in 1977 and quickly became a crowd favourite as Hulkamania took off. But Hogan's career hasn't all been about wrestling. He's starred in a number of films and a reality TV show. Now Hulk is set to tour Australia for the first time and he's bringing some other greats with him for a royal wrestling battle. So let's talk to the man himself. Hulk Hogan joins us. Good morning. Welcome to Australia for the first time. This is really cool. I had no idea how loyal the Hulkamania. They have been watching me for many, many years. Many years. Many wrestling companies came

and some companies advertised that I

was be here without telling me. I am coming in November and it will be awesome. Who are you bringing? awesome. Who are you bringing?. All that stuff the Facebook and tweeter,

everybody wanted to see Hulk Hogan

have a classic battle with Ric

Flair. Ric Flair is coming here and

he challenged me in the States and we got Brutus the Barber beefcake. And Jimmy Hart. Jimmy Hart is coming! Yes. Since I got here. How nice and kind the people have been,

I love it here. Only to you, not the

other blokes. It is sort of hard to

hide you at the airport. You have a

presence. I love to see the people. I love to see the Hulkamaniacs. Put

the hair in the ponytail and put the

sunglasses on and they spotted me.

It could be the arms. It could be the guns. Tell me what you do in the gym every day. The truth is I have It could be the arms. It could be

been training many, many, many,

many, many, years. I work out real fast and use lightweight. I am trying to get back in wrestling shape and I am rededicating myself

and the first thing was getting back in the gym and focused. in the gym and focused. I would love to work out with you guys. Use the lightweights and work out fast. 1, lightweights and work out fast. 1,001, 1, 1,001, 1,002...

1,001, 1,002... Hulk have you ever been hurt? Yes, I had a knee replacement, a hip replacement. Sometimes it is predetermined what happens in that happens in that ring, all the slams and the hits, it all hurts like

crazy. What is the worst thing that

has gone wrong for you in the ring?

I think the first time I got my nose

broken. When your eyes water and the

blood is coming, it is hard to readjust. It is like a pilot who loses his loses his hydraulic. You can't breathe and you can't see. The 9th or 10th time you get used to it. The ribs, it is terrible. Accidents happen. I am excited. If you were a

yuck wrestle ler you would regret breaking Hulk's nose. That is where the phrase the phrase Hulking came from. I

couldn't see and started shaking.

When you are down and out, the promoters say "

promoters say "You need to Hulk up. promoters say "You need to Hulk up."

The hold, you got a secret plan? The famous leg drop and sometimes I

miscalculated so you get a bit of

bum in the face. bum in the face. Tell us about your

reality show s Hulk Knows Best. For

four seasons we had a great season.

It gave the fans the opportunity to

see I am a father and husband and problem with the kids and discipline

and with my ex-wife. When my ex-wife filed for divorce and she filed for divorce and she went her

separate way, the VH1 people, my daughter Brooke was so popular, they said, let's try to do a show with Brooke. said, let's try to do a show with

Brooke." Every time I go to the airport, tell Brooke we love her. airport, tell Brooke we love her." Being a boyfriend of Brooke would be hard. You can only guide. If if she

was attracted to someone like you with a Hulk Hogan haircut, I would

hope she would make the best choice

as possible. Yes, and you would have

a word with him. Hulk, great to see you. Welcome to Australia. Good see you, man. Legend. Excited. you. Welcome to Australia. Good to And if you'd like more details on Hulk Hogan's Australian tour, just head to our website.

After the break, this morning's news and today's weather. And is Avril Lavigne getting divorced? Nelson checks the rumour mill when Sunrise continues.

have you ever asked yourself why?

.

Think the Logies were tough? Hosting the Logies is like volunteering to be a target. He is so hot. Coming up at 9:00, at 9:00, Gretel Killeen co-hosts the Morning Show. We just met Aiden who

is a big fan. Did you meet him? Did

you say hi? Yup. Did you wrestle him? Did you compare guns? Nope. Kochie tried. What a nice man. Huge arms. him? Did you compare guns? Nope.

Still to come this Sunrise - why do we reach for a certain brand when there could be a cheaper option? We'll take a look at the power of a name. Then you don't want to skip this! The band behind this very quirky video clip is in to perform live.

And we'll also find out how the length of your fingers is linked to your risk of arthritis. But first here's Nat with the news. Good morning. Indonesia has warned the death of South-East Asia's most wanted terrorist doesn't mean the region's militant threat is over. Noordin Mohammed Top blew himself up

during a raid by Indonesian police this week. They say fingerprints prove it's him, but they're still waiting on the results of DNA tests. Indonesia's national police chief triumphantly holds the evidence proving his officers have killed Noordin Mohammed Top. Police were led to a militant hide-out in Central Java by two of Noordin's associates, already in custody. It appears Noordin was given up by his own people. (GUNSHOTS) Daylight revealed the damage to the hide-out. Locals watched as police seized 200 kilograms of explosives, grenades and machine guns. But their biggest catch was Indonesia's most wanted man. (SPEAKS FOREIGN LANGUAGE) The police chief said several fingerprints were a match. DNA tests will be carried out to confirm his identity. He's been the most elusive man probably in Indonesian history. He's managed to escape and elude police about five or six times. The hunt for Noordin had intensified after his Jemaah-Islamiyah breakaway group bombed two Jakarta hotels in July. Three Australians were among the victims. Noordin was already wanted over several attacks

including the 2004 blast at Australia's Embassy in Jakarta and the 2002 Bali bombing which killed 202 people, including 88 Australians. It's good for Australia and it's good for Indonesia. I suppose the downside is that there's a deputy ready to step into his position whose name is Teddy.

Victoria's Child Safety Commissioner will investigate allegations a man raped his daughter for 30 years without anybody knowing. The man is behind bars on 13 charges including incest and assault after DNA tests allegedly revealed he fathered his daughter's three living children. A former neighbour says she long suspected he was the father of her children because they used to call him 'daddy'.

Victoria's Community Services Minister says she was unaware of the case until yesterday. Up to 100 people have rallied outside the Sydney home of convicted paedophile Dennis Ferguson, demanding he move away. Ferguson is currently living in temporary accommodation away from the Ryde unit. But the 61-year-old can return whenever he wants because he holds a valid lease.

Surreptitiously slid into our community! How many other criminals that are dangerous have been slid surreptitiously, sneakily, into the community all around us! Neighbours have demanded Government officials be sacked for allowing Ferguson to move into the public housing flat. A jump in the number of women giving birth and new migr