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(generated from captions) 88 innocent Australians The Bali bomb-maker who killed learns his fate. asks relatives and friends for money Gerard Baden-Clay's family

to help him get bail.

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it, aren't they an amazing - not those blokes. Tap puppies. That's their junior, they have a junior cool called the Tap, Puppies. We're big fans of the Tap Dogs. They have been going since 1995, making tap match owe. It's fabulous from the steelworks of Newcastle. They will be along later in the Alec Baldwin's bizarre behaviour. Also coming up - with a photographer A day after scrapping covered by a sheet. he goes out in public We'll try to find out why. , How do we know it's him? Very good point. But we're going to begin on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with the latest at gaining asylum in Ecuador. and his controversial attempt Here's Nat. Police in London say has breached bail conditions WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and faces arrest. inside the Ecuadorian embassy The 40-year-old Australian remains where he's requested asylum Human Rights Declaration. under the United Nations from Julian They are getting information authorities from the Swedish, UK and American decision. before they take their final protected inside the compound Assange is likely to remain until they reach an outcome. its verdict today An Indonesian court will hand down in the 2002 Bali bombings. on the final suspect together the explosives Umar Patek is accused of putting that killed 202 people in Kuta, used in the attacks including 88 Australians. likely to escape the death penalty. If convicted, the accused is Instead, prosecutors say they're seeking a life sentence has shown remorse during his trial. because the 45-year-old could be unmanned today Fire stations across New South Wales to walk off the job. as firefighters prepare will hold a series of meetings The Fire Brigade Employees Union from 10:00 this morning, to WorkCover. angry over State Government changes in Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle The meetings will be held a full-scale strike will go ahead. with members expected to decide if full walk-out since 1956. If it does, it will be the first Gerard Baden-Clay say The family of accused murderer they will continue to support him for his bail application today. as he prepares turn up to the hearing in Brisbane. Baden-Clay is not expected to sister- and brother-in-law It's believed his to cover the required amount have raised enough money if he is to be released on bail. of killing his wife, Allison, The 41-year-old is accused in their Brisbane home in April. in Melbourne's south-east A truck has run into a train after rolling down a driveway. in the driveway of a repair shop It's believed the truck was parked pulling into a station at Oakleigh. before it rolled into a train and her children. The truck narrowly missed a woman It just passed me. in the opposite side of the road Thank god no-one was passing coming down the driveway. because it was at speed No-one was injured. Still ahead - footy bash ban. for the season Geelong suspends a young star a black eye. for allegedly giving a woman But did the club over-react? First though, here's Kochie. , A lot happening as we speak in of the Dow Jones closing. It has A lot happening as we speak in terms been all over the place tonight. As we said yesterday, Federal Reserve, America's version of our Reserve Bank has had its two day meeting. The Dow Jones has closed down 13 points, quite a big turn around about an hour ago, it was down about 80 points but then the boss of Federal Reserve said they were going 80 points but then the boss of the to extend operation twist which is where the Federal Reserve swaps short dated bonds for longer term bonds. That basically means more stimulus into the US economy. That's good news. That's what investors were looking for. To our region yesterday and the All Ords Add that to this, the Aussie dollar up just under $ up just under $1. up just under $1.02, petrol prices will be coming down even further over the next few weeks. That's what happening overseas. Here locally, Australians are decide to go rent, live at home longer or buy existing properties rather than build. Dwelling commencements have hit a 41 year low. So Savanth Sebastian from CommSec. That domestic home building so important to the economy, for jobs, the flow through effect, this is a good fix. I think it just highlights why tradesmen, tradesmen, builders and those people depend on housing for an Nick are quite glum at the moment. Certainly you look at the result and you have to say it's a very poor result. It explains the high profile job we have seen in the housing sector explains the high profile job losses over the last few weeks. South Wales, just over 4,000 new over the last few weeks. In New commencements. I think there is light at the you look at the lending finance light at the end of the tunnel. If

data, you will see that businesses are actively borrowing once again, more importantly the consumer sentiment, if we had any additional savings at the moment, we would be looking at investing it in real

estate. There was a jump of 18 to 25%. I think we will see that it is estate. There was a jump of 18 to 25%

investor finance that drives the next next round of activity in the housing sector but I think certainly the potential for further rate cuts, that will be a key driver. that will be a key driver. OK,

OK,. Thank you. If you want to build a new house or do a big extension, plenty of builders out there to do the work, hopefully at a sharp price. Here is Beretts with key members of its playing list Collingwood has locked up three more and Luke Ball with Luke Ball, Steele Sidebottom inking new 2-year deals. The Pies tackle West Coast in a top-of-the-table blockbuster this weekend. Coach Nathan Buckley is trying to devise a strategy to stop freakish Eagles ruckman Nic Naitanui. I'm sure every coach in the league that comes up against West Coast would be scratching their head wondering how exactly they're going to nullify the influence. The Eagles are focussing their energies

on shutting down Brownlow Medallist Dane Swan. Bulldogs speedster Ben Barba has urged Queensland selectors to give him a shot at replacing injured full-back Billy Slater in the Origin decider. Cowboys custodian Matt Bowen has emerged as a leading contender to replace Slater due to his lethal club combination with Maroons five-eighth Johnathan Thurston. Selectors also have the option of switching star centre Greg Inglis to the back. Dual Cox Plate winner So You Think has won at Group 1 level for the 10th time. The former stable star of Bart Cummings dominated his rivals in the Prince of Wales' Stakes at Royal Ascot. Trainer Aiden O'Brien apologised to Aussie racing fans after the win admitting he hasn't trained So You Think anywhere near as well as Cummings did. , That's a big admission. What a nice thing to say. Happy winter solstace, it is the shortest day of the year, today, 21 June. Good. It gets warmer and the days get longer from here on in. I've got to check in with my mates down at Casey station, see how they are going, the middle of winter. We might do that tomorrow. We shouldn't complain about We shouldn't complain about the cold. It will be good to check can it. Now to today's weather with Grant in Melbourne. , Serious morning this morning. A very scientific approach to today. A very important day as we're in Broadford here in Victoria. Just keep it on the DL, just keep yourselfs contained. I know you are contained. I know you are a little bit excited because we are at Broadford in Victoria for a special reason because the Allen's factory is here. 216 employees. Why, we are on a mission to make a million Australians smile. Why is here. 216 employees. Why, because

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If I can, you can too. VOICEOVER: If you're serious about quitting, go back to your doctor and: For business or leisure car rental, Red Spot offers drive-off inclusive drive-away rates with no hidden extras. The man accused of making the bombs for the 2002 Bali bombings will learn his fate today. 202 people, including 88 Australians, were killed in the attacks. Umar Patek has insisted he only played a small part in the bombings by mixing chemicals. But prosecutors claim he headed the bomb making operation and they want him jailed for life. Seven News reporter Rob Ovadia is in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, for the verdict. Good morning, Rob. Run us through what's likely to happen in court today. Right now it's just after 3 am in Jakarta. In the next few hours, the security will step up with sweeps for explosives. Umar Patek will be arriving around about 7. arriving around about 7.30 in the morning. About an hour and a half after that, the verdict will start to be read. There are five judges, each of them will take turns in summarising their version of events and why they are and why they are giving the they are giving. It's expected to last about 3 or 3. and why they are giving the reasons

last about 3 or 3.5 hours. It's expected that he will be gaoled somewhere between somewhere between 20 years and life. It happened 10 years ago, it It happened 10 years ago, it to have taken so long but Patek is the last suspect in this case, isn't he? Very much so. That is the most significant part about today. Umar Patek is not only one of the ring leaders but he is the only one. There is only one outstanding, who was thought to be the Mastermind. He hasn't faced justice here hasn't faced justice here but remains in Guantanamo Bay but you've had suspect who have been shot by hasn't faced justice here but he

police, you've had the terrorists who were executed and Ali who is serving a life sentence. Umar Patek will put a full stop on Ahead this Sunrise - death riddle. The Aussie tourists caught up in a murder mystery in Peru. Plus, are bans on older drivers who fail the test just age discrimination? And you've seen Melbourne's earthquake idol, playing his guitar when the tremor struck, now see the cat taking him off.

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With some items less than half price, Shop online or in store now. Also making headlines - Geelong's decision to ban young player Jesse Stringer for the rest of the AFL season after the alleged assault of a woman last week following a marathon drinking session. The female was allegedly left a black eye. Police are still investigating and no charges have been laid which ahs the Players' Association concerned the club acted too soon and has denied Stringer the presumption of innocence. Anti-violence campaigners and the AFL have praised Geelong's tough stance. We'll seek some views later in the show but tell us what you think. , What maybe we should be thinking, is Geelong's favourite son. The playing group and the club came out and said this is what we have done. We had our own version. The playing group don't want him as of the senior game this year. The AFL came out and said that's great, playing group don't want him as part

we applaud that and then the Players Association said hang on, you've got blokes like Heath Scotland and Liam jar why who have been charged with criminal charges and are eligible to play. He is in a police investigation at the moment and the club said " club said "you're out." But his mates have said " But his mates have said "you're out too" is he not liked in the club. No, that's not the case at all. They have just said " have just said "this is not the culture that we want as part of our club." The Players Association is saying he deserves to play. So far he has not been convicted of doing anything wrong. Share your views. Also in the news today - claims bans on older drivers are just discrimination. Thousands of elderly Australians have lost their licence after failing a health test when they turn 70. But South Australia'a Equal Opportunity Commissioner has questioned why older motorists need to have the medical when younger drivers who may be less healthy don't have to. , When you are a younger driver, it's

up to you to nominate if you have a health condition that may affect you. Do you. So, should all drivers have to undergo medical checks to renew their licence? I've got nigh notice yesterday, that my licence is due after 10 years. Why maybe once every ten years, everybody doesn't have a bit of a full - have a quick test again, the road rules have changed since I got my licence, 20 something years ago

The onus is on you, the box ticked, is there any reason why you The onus is on you, the box is can't drive a car. You may remember we introduced you to Nathan Laurens from Melbourne yesterday. The 24-year-old guitarist uploaded a YouTube video from when the earthquake hit Victoria. He was recording at the time and his reaction was priceless. Is that an earthquake. He goes out, and asks " He goes out, and asks "was that an earthquake. He will be on 'Home and Away' soon. We were inundated with messages from people wanting to meet Nate. So later on the show, we'll chat to him live. He's become a bit of an online sensation. There's even been a spoof created about him. , Woe can Woe , we can put all those questions to Later - Kate's secret surprise for Prince William's 30th birthday. It's today and she's making sure it's one he never forgets. , We know it. One of them. We are good. There might There might be But next, the news headlines. And how you can win thousands in cash and prizes. MAN: (ON RADIO) 21 minutes to 1 and... (SINGS) # Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah! # # Oh, yeah! Oh yeah! Oh, yeah! # # Yeeeeah! Yeah! # # Alright! Yeah! # VOICEOVER: New from Sorbent, protect&soothe tissues with aloe vera. # Love will set you free. # Legendary singer Engelbert Humperdinck is coming to Australia. We can exclusively announce the man who's sold 150 million albums worldwide will be performing for one night only on Friday, July 20 at Jupiters Hotel and Casino on the Gold Coast. , Nat is reckoning we could do a Nat is reckoning we could do a flaz a consent. We are going to chat to him first. Head to our website first. Engelbert News time now, here's Nat. The last of the Bali bombers will learn his fate today as an Indonesian court hands down its verdict. 45-year-old Umar Patek is accused of making the explosives used in the Kuta nightclub attacks that killed 202 people.

It's unlikely he will face the death penalty after prosecutors instead asked for life in prison because he expressed remorse during his 4-month trial. 88 Australians were killed in the 2002 attacks. Major fire stations across New South Wales could be unstaffed today with firefighters preparing to walk off the job. The Fire Brigade Employees' Union says members will meet at 10:00 this morning

to decide if a full-scale strike will go ahead. They're angry over State Government changes to WorkCover which will cut things like workers' compensation payments. If they do decide to take industrial action it will be their first full walk-out since 1956. Accused wife-killer Gerard Baden-Clay will have his application for bail heard in a Brisbane court today. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is outside Brisbane's Supreme Court. Is the application likely to be approved? Good morning, Nat, well, bail

applications for accused murderers are rarely approved except in special circumstances but it will be up to the judge to decide. Here at 2.30, at this point, it's unknown whether Baden-Clay will appear. It's not mandatory that he does. I spoke with his lawyer, to try to find out if it will be a closed hearing but he refused to comment. It is possible it will be a closed hering due to the high profile nature of the case, Baden-Clay has spent the last week in the medical centre at the correctional fa situation. the correctional fa the correctional fa facility. They could argue that he is in a fragile mental state. What is likely to happen today, his lawyers will discuss bond, believed to be raised by his sister and her husband. They are asking family and friends for more money to offer up that surety today. They will try to find short comingings in the px case, and argue that he is not a flight risk and also discussing the fact that he has three young girls to care for. Thank you for the update, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains holed-up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London this morning. Assange is reportedly facing arrest for breaching his bail conditions if he tries to leave the building. Australian officials say they are aware of his situation. We can't fight his case for him on a sexual assault matter or anything else, that's between him and the government of Sweden. Assange arrived at the Embassy yesterday requesting political asylum under the United Nations Human Rights Declaration. , Good news in international markets, the Dow Jones down 13 points but Bernanke bern has come out and adjournsed that their operation twist program which swaps short date the notes for longer term debt sounds fancy, but it more money into the US economy, more liquidity is being greeted well by sounds fancy, but it means putting

investors there. That's good news. European markets were stronger too Time for sport. Queensland coach Mal Meninga says he has no plans to select Bulldogs prop Sam Kasiano for the State of Origin decider. Debate is raging over whether Kiwi-born Kasiano should be allowed to represent the Maroons Sam Kasianoi's a new Zealander the last two forms he filled out, he said New Zealand. If he plays for Queensland, good on him. Manly's Tony Williams has been told he needs to return from a back injury against the Roosters this weekend to be any chance of being recalled to the Blues squad. Swans captain Adam Goodes will return from a 7-week injury layoff in tomorrow night's AFL clash against premiers Geelong at the SCG. Sydney coach John Longmire isn't expecting miracles from Goodes in his first match back from a quad injury. The Cats have banned young midfielder Jesse Stringer for the rest of the season following his arrest for an alleged case of domestic violence. Australia's world number 27 Bernard Tomic has been elevated to 20th seed for next week's Wimbledon championships to repeat last year's historic run to the quarters at the All England Club after losing to Italian Fabio Fognini at Eastbourne overnight. The 19-year-old went down to the world number 61 in three sets, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5. Ever wondered how they get the Jaffa is perfectly round. Grant will answer that question. I want to answer that question. I want to be where you are. Yeah. Look, Allen's have been friends of Sunrise for quite some time. You know why? When you get up at 3 am in the morning, you're looking for any excuse you can to smile like this. Australians do like to smile. These guys have been making us smile since about 1891. We are outside - these doors here, - in behind these doors are 216 lollyologists who are craftsman and women. I don't even know if that's a scientific word. In there is an extraordinary up there that we are going to going to chase down how they make The amounts are extraordinary, how many million a day, 13 million lollies a day. 52 tonne of snakes a week is produced in behind here. And one of the most popular do you reckon? Snakes and chickos. When we bust through those doors, the party starts. Let's look at the forecast right around Australia. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in-store now. A front is bringing rain and a cool change to South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania and snow will begin to fall in the Alps. This system is directing gusty north-westerly winds into south-eastern states, however fine weather will continue in Queensland and across much of New South Wales. The showery south-westerly airstream will ease in southern WA as a high-pressure system establishes itself in the southern Indian Ocean. Mostly sunny in Brisbane. Mostly fine for the rest of the week. Fine in Sydney. Tomorrow, some cloud expected. Mostly sunny on the weekend and on Monday. Some cloud cover in Canberra. A wet and windy day tomorrow. Clearing with frost and fog on Saturday. Possible showers on Sunday and a sunshine on Monday. Melbourne, rain at times today and tomorrow. Isolated showers on the weekend and until next week. The chance of some early rain in Hobart. Showers tomorrow. Saturday, partly cloudy. A few showers on Sunday and Monday. Rain and a possible storm in Adelaide today and tomorrow. Showers on the weekend. Overcast conditions for Monday. A cool morning and partly cloudy in Perth. Mostly sunny tomorrow and until Sunday. Cloud increasing next week. Darwin, sunny. Sunshine tomorrow and onwards. 2.6 billion lollies per year. 24 tonnes of Shikokus. We tonnes of Shikokus. tonnes of tonnes of Chicos. The scientific process is zero waste, 100% engagement. We can do this irs f I have to figure out how to turn the tap on to wash my hands. See you in half an hour. That's how it is. That's how high-tech it is. half an hour. That's how high-tech Make sure you bring that shower cap Every day this week, we're giving you the chance to win big thanks to the new VIVA TV & Computer Screen Wipes. The daily prizes include an LCD TV, a laptop, iPhone, iPad, iPod, $5,000 cash. And of course a supply of VIVA TV & computer screen wipes. All up it's worth almost 10-grand! For your chance to clean up: or send a text to: with your name and state. And stay watching because we'll call this morning's winner in the next 60 minutes. After the break, fashion victims. The clothing that's toxic to your health. It's no joke. Just wait 'til you see what it can do. And the best places to work in the country. The official list is in next. A big announcement about one of the world's biggest stars. All will be ,

revealed, only on on Sunrise. A mostly sunny day for Sydney, looking through the Jetstar Skycam. A top of 19 degrees. Sydney's ever-worsening transport problems is front-page news this morning. The New South Wales Government has broken a promise to build a rail line from the city's north-west into the CBD. Instead, commuters will travel on a new line to Chatswood, in Sydney's north, then change trains to head into the city. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could face arrest for breaching his bail conditions, if he leaves the Ecuadorian embassy in London. The 40-year-old Australian remains holed up in the embassy seeking political asylum in Ecuador. Assange is wanted for questioning in Sweden over alleged sex offences and is due to be extradited there in less than a week. Joining me now from outside the embassy in London is UK correspondent, Martin Frizell. Good morning. Have there been any new developments? Well, Mel, as you said, he breached his bail conditions last night so this will be his second night. He in the building behind me. It's a ground floor apart mecht. There are this will be his second night. He is

no bedrooms, he will be sleeping on the ambassador's coach couch. He is within a few yards of har odd's so he has chosen mill air row to seek his sanctuary. The official has met with justice officials. But everything is now being dealt with back in Ecuador and in the meantime, he is holed up and he is now a fugitive because the police as soon as he walks out of the door will arrest him for breaching bail. Goodness. I am seeing where you now, if we can bring up the picture of Martin. You are base delay next Goodness. I am seeing where you are

door. Run us through, this has been such a long running issue, hasn't it? And all a bid to try and halt this extradition. It's been almost 2 years. He It's been almost 2 years. He 555 days with a leg tag on. We presume has still got it, that's why the police know where he is. He was in a country house mannings under house arrest. Now he is in London, basically under house arrest as well because he can't get out of there. He says the Australian Government has abandoned him, the Australian foreign minister Bob Carr came out and said that's not true. This is the Swedish people pursuing extradition. It's not about WikiLeaks and it's not about the release of classified information. It's about a sexual charge and only Julian as Anh can answer Julian as Anh can Julian as Anh Julian as Julian Assad Julian It's about a sexual charge and only Julian as Ange. The South American country has offered him asylum. The President of Ecuador seems to suggest that Julian and Ecuador belong to belong to the ranks of persecuted. Nobody here thinks he will go anywhere. That explains the connection. Thank you for your time. Choice has issued an alarming warning about toxic chemicals in our clothes and footwear. The consumer group says we're being exposed to poisonous products in items imported from overseas. In one case a woman was burned when her ballet flats got wet. when they came in contact with water. 'Choice' spokeswoman Ingrid Just is here with more. What types of reactions have been the most common? As you mentioned, the burning sensation on the feet as a result of wearing ballet shoes in water. We also had a woman report to us after wearing a new pair of boweling shoes again, blistering and burning. A 0-year-old wearing a new sports Polo T shirt, coming out with heeufs and a rash. These are the sorts of reactions that we have heard at Choice. Why are these chemicals in our clothes. Our regulations are a little more relaxed than they are in Europe. Our authorities regulator look at around about 50,000 chemicals and textiles. In European, about 50,000 chemicals and textiles. In Europe they monitor and set limits for the level of tox with the chemicals in their clothing. Some of the industry limits for the level of tox isity

industriers that we spoke to suggested that here in Australia, as a result, we are receiving some of those clothes that may not be accepted elsewhere in other countries. Because we have lower limits. So it is a call to get these limits in place in Aussie guess. I think it's important for to be aware. One wash your clothes before you wear them. If you are I think it's important for consumers

someone who is prone to allergies, look for natural fibres, organic cotton. Also, be weary of stain resistant or water resistant properties of some of the clothes. Number one, if you are experiencing a reaction, burning sensation from wearing clothes or shoes, then take a photo. Gather the evidence. Contact the ACCC because the more cases they see, the better they are able to act. Yeah, maybe we can put our limits in place. Thank you, ingrid. If you're unhappy at work it might be time to switch to a job in IT. The industry has dominated BRW's list of the best places to work in Australia. Coming in at the top was information technology company OBS, followed by data management firm Net App and internet giant Google. The survey involved 291 companies and almost 70,000 employees. Kate Mills is the editor of BRW. Good morning. Kate. What's OBS doing right? , It's , it's an IT company, they specialise in installing Microsoft products into people's offices. Why did it dominate. High levels of trust and lots of flexibility but it also did very well on some good pirks, if you need to do the school drop off, you able to do that. Fundamentally I think the one thing that got it into to do the school drop off, you are

the number one, at its core is a philosophy of having fun. It has a chief fun officer in the office, making sure there making sure there is enough fun going around. We are Beretta on Sunrise. So it's not just all about spending a lot of money on staff, it's actually the environment, the culture and flexibility. Yeah It's true to say that the perks get the headlines. Everyone loves to be able to play ping pong in your office. That's not really what we are look ago the. We are looking at levels of trust in the workplace, how much you trust your colleagues and how much you feel there is a relationship of trust. Flexibility, again that's one of the things we are yeelly looking for. These December, employees need to meet the again that's one of the things that

needs of their employees a bit more. Why do IT companies dominate? Is it because they make so much money, they can afford to be more flexible? He are we as customers paying them too much I think had helps to be in a high margin industry, the things there is a huge skills shortage of margin industry, the things that IT people in the world. You can't pay them any more money. You've got to make it a very attractive place to work. I think it's fair to say that the IT workforce is at the forefront of flexibility, because they understand the tools. IT is much more relaxed, you work from home, from the cafe, it's very output focussed. I think those things put it up at front. Free days off for birthdays, flexible hours, job share or part-time, I suppose they are tips that every business, big or small can take from this. This is all about the culture and having a close team. Kate, thank you for that. Good to see News is coming up. Then, the great escape. The man saved from a 3-metre shark by his mates, will join us live. And if you loved 'Monsters Inc' here's your first look at the prequel. Very funny sul van. You look grade. If you are going to prank someone, the least you could do is think of something clever. I can't wait. That's when we come back. Um... Sorry. I'll just have the...salad. And I'll have the beef curry. Excellent choice. Your salad. And your beef curry. Thank you very much. Actually, we're gonna share. Um... VOICEOVER: Mmm, that was a bit cold. Let's warm things up by giving more beef to our friends and loved ones this winter. Introducing Beefgiving Season. Three. Two. One. Holden's end of financial year countdown is in its final days and ends soon. Hurry or you'll miss out on the special edition Cruze Equipe in sedan and hatch. On top of 17-inch alloy wheels and rear park sensors, you'll get an extra three years roadside assist for free, an extra two years factory warranty for free and your first HoldenWise standard service for free. That's over $3,000 of extra value. Deals this good must end soon. See your Holden dealer today before it's too late. Blair Late is in Hollywood. Good morning. We love Pixar here at Sunrise and you have an exclusive on their next movie for us? Their next film due out next summer is'monster's university" is'monster's university", check out the trailer, you are going to love Since the very first bed time, all around the world, children have known there are monsters hiding in their closets. But what they don't know is those monsters weren't always so scary. I can't go to class, I'm not wearing any clothes. They had to go to college first.

All right, OK. Very funny Sullivan. You look great. If you are going to prank someone, the least you could do is think of something clever. What is happening? I don't have a gown. Doesn't that look fabulous, did you know that Pixar is the most consistent successfully film company of all time. We are waiting until next June because they only release one film a year. That's why they are so good. That is terrific. Moving on, and you told us about Alec Baldwin's scuffle with a photographer. We've seen these pictures of him walking down the street with a sheet over his head. , In order to avert attention from the paparazzi, he decided to put a foot forward with a white blanket over him to prove a point. We Dow no it was him. It's always worth noting he was on CBS announcing his sell of defence and why he had to attack photographer because he said it was defence and why he had to attack the all in self defence. all in self defence. He was provoked. We are going to show you that clip later on this morning. Bizarre. Very bizarre. Thank you, Blair. See The Bali bomb-maker who killed 88 innocent Australians learns his fate. Gerard Baden-Clay's family asks relatives and friends for money to help him get bail.

A surf-skier escapes the jaws of a 3m predator. This morning, he joins us live with his incredible story. More jobs go as News Limited announces a major restructure. , They are back home and performing live and exclusive on Thursday, 21 June 2012. (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. Hello again, and welcome to the shortest day of the year. We're big fans of the Tap Dogs and they'll be along later this hour. But right now it's time for the news of the day. To some breaking news first and police are searching for two killers who allegedly stabbed to death an Australian woman in Thailand. The offenders apparently tried to snatch the woman's handbag on the holiday Island of Phuket. They then stabbed her in the chest before fleeing. It's believed the woman was with a group of travel agents from Perth. Firefighters across New South Wales could walk off the job today in the first full-scale walk-out since 1956. For more I'm joined by Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew. Good morning, Eddy. Why are they planning industrial action? This is all about the State Government's proposed changes to WorkCover. They are trying to fix WorkCover. They are trying to fix a $ WorkCover. They are trying to fix a $4 billion deficit that is costing state around $ state around $9 million a day. The proposed changes include reducing weekly benefits, put ago five year cap on them. New South Wales Premier, Barry O'Farrell said these won't be retrospective. That's why the fire brigade will stop-work. They will then vote to strike from 1pm for the 1pm for the rest of the day, this is the first time since 1956 that they have done a full walk out. Meaning some stations could be unmanned. No

word on what that will mean if there is a major emergency. They were debated in the upper house but they were yet to go through. We will hear more of this in the coming days. The last of the Bali bomb suspects almost 10 years after the attack which killed 202 people. Umar Patek is accused of assembling explosives. He spent eight years on the run before being captured in the Pakistani town where Osama Bin Laden was later killed. Patek apologised to victims and their families during his 4-month trial, which could save him from the death penalty. 88 Australians died in the Bali bombings. A bail application for accused murderer Gerard Baden-Clay is expected to be heard in a Brisbane court today. The 41-year-old is seeking conditional release while he awaits trial for allegedly murdering his wife, Allison. Allison's body was found on a creek bed near the couple's home in April, 10 days after she was reported missing by her husband. Baden-Clay has been in custody at the medical wing of a prison, west of Brisbane, A man will front a Sydney court today charged over the stabbing murder of another man in the city's south-west. Emergency services were called to a home in Ambarvale around 9:30 last night. On arrival they found a 34-year-old man with a stab wound to his stomach. Despite the hard work of paramedics he died at the scene. Police believe the attack may have resulted from a neighbourhood dispute. A truck has run into a passenger train in Melbourne's south-east after rolling down a drive-way. It's believed the truck was parked at a repair shop before it crashed into a train pulling into a station at Oakleigh. The truck narrowly missed a mother and her children. It just passed me. Thank God no-one was passing in the opposite side of the road because it was at speed coming down the driveway. Luckily no-one was injured. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is holed-up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London this morning as police confirm he could be facing arrest. Assange could be arrested for breaching his bail conditions if he leaves the building. He went to the embassy yesterday, requesting political asylum. The Australian High Commission in London has contacted the Ecuadorians simply to establish what is being done. We stand ready to assist. It's believed Assange is under protection as his application is considered. Fresh from the G20 summit in Mexico, Prime Minister Julia Gillard has touched down in Brazil for an environmental summit. The Prime Minister arrived at Rio de Janeiro for the 3-day summit. Ms Gillard is expected to use the event to talk up the prospect of jobs in the green economy. The Rio conference comes 20 years after the original Earth Summit which sparked governments to take action on things like climate change and protecting oceans. Still ahead - footy bash ban. Geelong suspends a young star for the season for allegedly giving a woman a black eye. But did the club over-react? First though, here's Kochie. , The Dow Jones closed down just 13 points. It was down a lot more just shortly before the close, Bernanke bern came out and said yes, the Fed will put more liquidity, more stimulus into the US economy. That's helped investors. European markets were pretty happy as well. To our region yesterday region Let me show you some pretty ugly figures that came out. The home building market is so important for Australia because it hires so many people, so many jobs involved and also, it has a trickle effect into retail and things like this. We are under building, look at the housing start figures that have just come out. Well below the average and what is the big culprit, New South Wales. Dwelling starts at a 44 year low. What it means means for you, is you want to build a new house or get some major extensions done, there are a lot of tradies looking for work. So you should be able to get a petty qua good deal. petty qua good petty qua work. So you should be able to get a work. So you should be able to get A a pretty good deal. Oil inventories higher in the US, that should flow through to the pumps in a couple of weeks. Sport now, here's Beretts. Collingwood has locked up three more key members of its playing list with Luke Ball, Steele Sidebottom and Jarryd Blair, inking new 2-year deals. The Pies tackle West Coast in a top-of-the-table blockbuster this weekend. Coach Nathan Buckley is trying to devise a strategy to stop freakish Eagles ruckman Nic Naitanui. I'm sure every coach in the league that comes up against West Coast would be scratching their head wondering how exactly they're going to nullify the influence. The Eagles are focussing their energies on shutting down Brownlow Medallist Dane Swan. Bulldogs speedster Ben Barba has urged Queensland selectors to give him a shot at replacing injured full-back Billy Slater in the Origin decider. Cowboys custodian Matt Bowen has emerged as a leading contender to replace Slater due to his lethal club combination with Maroons five-eighth Johnathan Thurston. Selectors also have the option of switching star centre Greg Inglis to the back. An outbreak of whooping cough in the Women's water polo team has disrupted the Olympic preparations of our top swimmers. Swimming Australia's unwilling to use the same pool as the Water Polo team at the Australian Institute of Sport before London. The health scare has robbed the swimmers of some valuable match racing ahead of the Games. Our swimmers are tough, they will be fine. They are, hopefully too, Grant will be fine. He has just had a quick sugar rush. We will look at the weather for you. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in-store now. It's judgment day for the final terror suspect in the 2002 Bali bombings. An Indonesian court will soon hand down its verdict against Umar Patek. He's accused of making the bombs that killed more than 200 people, including 88 Australians, in attacks on two bars almost a decade ago. Seven News reporter Rob Ovadia is in Jakarta for the verdict. Rob, what do we know about Umar Patek, the so called 'Demolition Man'? , That's what the local media call him, you are right. He is a very influential player in the terrorism scene in scene in Indonesian. He was the most wanted man here in this country. He is also wanted - he was always wanted in connection with Christmas bombings in 2000 of churches here in Jakarta in which 19 people died. So a very serious player indeed. He was arrested in Pakistan, just 4 months before obl was killed in before obl was killed before obl was before obl before arrested in Pakistan, just 4 months arrested in Pakistan, just 4 bin Laden was killed. Prosecute ors have put forward, he was very much in the heart of this mixture. He said he only mixed 50 ml on of the mixture to below up the bar. Other Bali bombers have faced the death penalty. Are prosecutors seeking that in this case? No they are not. Umar Patek has shown a considerable amount of remorse. There is actually evidence from one of his co-accused, that he did not want to go forward with the attack at the time. Nevertheless, he did as I said, mix 50 kg or so of explosive, knew about the conspiracy. Patek said he tried to stop the attacks at the 11th hour. Also, through the course of a rather emotional four month trial, Patek apologised, not only to the local victims but to the foreign victims as well. Ali I am Ron who was also a bomb maker I guess. He was given a life imprisonment. Did not shown the degree of remorse as Umar Patek we are anticipating today he may get

degree of remorse as Umar Patek so 20 or 25 years. But we will know by mid afternoon Australian time. When that verdict does come down, you will be reporting live for Seven News. Look forward to that. Thank you. The family of Gerard Baden-Clay is appealing for help to get him released from prison. Their plea comes as lawyers for the Brisbane father of three prepare to ask a court to grant bail on a charge of murdering his wife, Alison. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is at the Supreme Court in Brisbane. Michelle, what are Mr Baden-Clay's relatives asking for? Morning, Mel, Gerard's sister, who has been the spokesperson for the family throughout this entire ordeal has apparently been asking family and friends for money to help fund his John going legal fees as well as by now, it's believed they have a bond together just in case his bail application is approved today. His family says that they believe in his innocence and they will continue to offer their unwaiving support for Gerard until his name is cleared. Is it likely that the bail application will be Grant? Well, bail applications are very rarely granted for accused murderers. So it will be up to the judge to decide. They are normally only granted in special circumstances so it's likely that his lawyers will argue today that has three young children to care for and also that he is not a his lawyers will argue today that he

risk by showing his ties to the community, they will also try to and also that he is not a flight

point out the short comings in the prosecution case and they will talking about that bond which will prosecution case and they will be hopefully guarantee that he will turn up for future court dates, the next one is 9 July. That is a committal hearing in the any rate's court. If bail is not committal hearing in the imagine at agreed today, he will go back to the cergsalcentre. It could be a number of years before the trial goes to court. Thank you, Six young Aussie tourists have become involved in an international murder mystery. The group has been implicated in the death of a hotel worker after a holiday in Peru. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells joins us. Nick, how have they become involved in this case? This is a really strange one. This group was on holiday in Perrin ewe, they visited on their way to Liam a. Now, one of the group is a girl called Jessica how. This holiday was a celebration of her beating cancer. When they lobbed in the hotel in Lima, while they were there, one of the hotel staff members has died after a fall from the 15th floor of the building. This group was interviewed by police along with every other guest in the that was that. They later returned home. It's only after they have got every other guest in the hotel and

back to Australia they have discovered they have been implicated by the family of this man who have lodged claims with the media that he was actually thrown from the 15th noor after a scuffle. Now, this is the first they had heard of this, the suggestion was the suggestion was not put to them while in p while in peru you and now the police have all sorts of questions. For their part, their only interaction was in was in the hotel lobby where he was working as a doorman. Is there any chance that they could be send r sent back. Do you know what the next step it? That's the confusing thing. They haven't laid any charges as we understand or asked for extradition of these people. So we of these people. So we are a long way from anything there. Complicating this further is the fact that this death was originally ruled a suicide. Apparently the man who died was in some debt and his family will get no insurance money if it if it is indeed ruled a suicide. So, it's a very complicated case. I think it has a long way to go to know exactly where it's headed. It's a strange one. Thank you, To some breaking news first and police are searching for two killers who allegedly stabbed to death an Australian woman in Thailand. The offenders apparently tried to snatch the woman's handbag on the holiday Island of Phuket. They then stabbed her in the chest before fleeing. It's believed the woman was with a group of travel agents from Perth. There's been another big shake-up in the media landscape with News Limited announcing a restructure. The revamp is likely to result in hundreds of job cuts. The company plans to streamline its print operations and move more into TV and online. It's bidding almost $2 billion to buy Fox Sports and half of Foxtel. To compensate, 19 print divisions on the east coast will be reduced to five. And there'll be consolidation with a 'one city, one newsroom' approach. The shake-up comes just days after the country's other major newspaper publisher, Fairfax, Stephen Mayne is a media commentator and founder of independent site Crikey. He joins us from outside the 'Herald Sun' in Melbourne. It seems a pretty smart move to bolt on TV to newspapers. News co-operate, spending $ News co-operate, spending $2 billion to move to go a Monopoli position in pay TV is a sensible move. They have to manage the decline of print. Newspapers are going broke all over the world but they are big enough and strong enough that they don't have to slash 2,000 jobs overnight or close printing plants like Fairfax. News in a much stronger position to grow and survive in New boss, Kim Williams, used to run Foxtel. Just explain this one city television.

one news room concept. What does it mean for readers. Well, for starters, you won't have separate news rooms for the Sunday papers, the Sunday Telegraph 'Herald Sun' will seamlessly work seven days a week. All the local or papers, the Sunday Telegraph or

suburb pan papers, they will now come in under the one management system with the big city dailies. So you will have less journalists and more send case of content, things like the AFL, most of the coverage around News Limited will now come out of Melbourne. So you will see some of the staple sore stories popping up where ever, which is not good for people who like local news. It just reflects the crashing revenues of advertising. I bet far fax is Ruing the day that young Warwick sold off seven. I think the synergies of having the web, TV and newspapers all working as one, all crossed promoting each other, I mean, the Murdoch and news co-operate has got 65% of the newspaper market. They can use that to cross promote their Internet and television. They are a highly profitable business. They will have to lose close to 1,000 jobs. There isn't just that money in the newspaper side but they are make ago fortune out of TV. OK Steve convenient. Good to see A Perth man has escaped from the jaws of death after surviving a shark attack off the coast of Western Australia. Martin Kane was on his surf ski just off Mullaloo beach and took a chunk out of his ski. A friend came to his rescue, ramming the shark and allowing Martin to get to shore. Martin joins me now. Good morning. , How are you? I'm good. How are you more to the point? I am reading here when the shark hit you, you said it sounded like a massive explosion. And it was really loud. Just paint the picture for us. Well, I really couldn't believe that anything could hit me so - with such ferocious impact. It was like that I - it was like I said, it was like I had been hit by a jetski or being in a car crash but it just came out of nowhere, very quickly. I was admiring the Sunrise and having a bit of rain around and generally enjoying the serenity when this thing hit me at 100 miles an hour. Did you realise immediately what it was? No, I didn't know. I was flicked into the water and when I looked back, my ski was being tossed around like a piece of paper and it was actually vertical at one stage, the boys were telling me. It wasn't until I got a bit closer that I could see that there was massive tail thrashing around in the water and its jaws were still around the ski. So, it was at that time I threw my paddle at it and tried to get away. So, it was when I was swimming away I was thinking about I'm going to lose my leg, it's all over, I'm gone. And fortunately one of my friends who we always paddle with, came up near me, came across where the shark was next to me and told me to get on the back which I promptly owe boyed and nearly tipped him into the water at the same time. So, but we managed to get through OK which was fantastic. Gosh, yeah, you are here to tell the tale about it. I am just so intrigued. How much of the shark did you see? You didn't stair you see? You didn't stare into his eyes are on anything like that? I didn't get eye contact at that

stage. No, I came off. I just saw this great big grey shape. I couldn't register the actual explosion that took place when he grabbed the ski and the ski I am exploded. It just didn't make sense. It wasn't really until my head came over the water that I could see it was a shark. I understand you are brave enough to

get in the water again. Will your wife let you? No, No, I think ill be deed by then.

So you are finding yourself a Newland sport, hey? Yeah, she is good. She - as soon as I rang her yesterday, she just straight away, what's the What's the matter what has happened? I said I will be home in 15 minutes, straight away, what's the matter?

I just had a little altercation down the beach. No problem. A little altercation. She was waiting on the lawn when I got home. So it was very emotional. I bet. Well, it is an incredible story. It's truly amazing. Glad you are OK. Thank you. Your mate who saved you, what a guy he is. You owe him a beer or three. Well, look, if I could just say that the thinking about this last night, is that the four mates that were with me, saw a lot of the action they are probably more stressed at this time than I am. I have to say with me, saw a lot of the action and

to them, that a fantastic job done, guy, our Surf Life Saving training kicked in. Two of them were on the beach when I got there ready - they didn't know what to expect, ready to do CPR or whatever it was necessary. do CPR or whatever it was necessary.S r it was great testament to Surf Life Saving and the work it does in this state. Really good point. They are great mates. You are a very lucky man in more ways than one. Glad you are OK. Thank you for sharing your story with us. Not a problem. Thank you very much. They breed them tough in Perth, don't they. Can you imagine the terror of the first 30 seconds and how slowly that would go. Grant's like a kid in a candy shop this morning. Grant how's the sugar high? , You better present me a present. We You better present me a present. We are bunkered downright in the middle of the epiSEN tirs. 297 lollyologists, hard at work. It can take 28 days, 28 days to make one jelly bean whilst machines run the world, here it's people power that make the difference. The flavours, apprenticeship row there not, vanilla and we have also got some blueberry down there. Mark, apprenticeship row cot, apple was

show us how it's done. There is the strawberry going in. strawberry going in. 28 days, Gerry show us how it's done. There is the why, 28 days for one jelly bean It. It takes three days just to get to this stage. What we have got is we need to sugar them for another day and then by the time they pan them, there is another additional 2 days and then it needs to sit on the racks up to 11 days. It's a pretty intense process. That's the raw product that sits inside the jelly bean. That's getting the colour. Just a second, you know, jelly beans have a shiny cover. They have the shiny polish. This these are the polishing machines that make it work. So they sit in there for another day or so, just to get polished so you can enjoy the Allen's goodness that is jelly bean. I love it in here. See you shortly in half an hour as we enjoy the Allen's goodness that is a

polish the beens. you shortly in half an hour as we polish the beens. That looks like a giant cement mixer. They have probably made enough black ones. I am not a fan. I love them. If $10,000 in cash and prizes would make your day, stay right where you are. We're about to call this morning's lucky winner. Then, Aussie sensations the Tap Dogs. They're back home and they're live later this hour.

After years away, the wandering Ribena berry finally returns. He told tales of exotic lands where a berry could want for nothing, save for one thing - his beloved Ribena. There's nothing like it. Mmm! Ribena, packed with its vitamin C goodness, brought back all the memories of home. And here was a big glass of beautiful blackcurranty Ribena. "Ahh!" he thought. "I'm truly home." Come home to the delicious taste of Ribena. Whoo! (BIRDSONG) (LAIDBACK MUSIC)

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about one of the world's biggest stars. All will be revealed, only on Sunrise. huge, big, I need some new Still ahead - Geelong suspends one of its young stars for the rest of the season for allegedly giving a woman a black eye. But the Players' Association isn't happy. We'll explain why. News headlines now, with Nat. Returning to our breaking news - and an Australian woman has been stabbed to death on the Thai holiday island of Phuket. The woman believed to be from Perth was staying at a luxury beach resort with a group of travel agents. It's alleged two men tried to steal her handbag before stabbing her in the chest. Another woman was also attacked and has been treated at a Phuket hospital. An Indonesian court will hand down its verdict today on the final suspect in the 2002 Bali bombings. Umar Patek is accused of putting together the explosives used in the attacks that killed 202 people, including 88 Australians. If convicted, the 45-year-old is likely to escape the death penalty. Instead, prosecutors say they're seeking a life sentence because the accused has shown remorse during his trial. Fire stations across New South Wales could be un-manned today as firefighters prepare to walk off the job. The Fire Brigade Employees Union will hold a series of meetings from 10:00 this morning, angry over State Government changes to WorkCover. The meetings will be held in Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle with members expected to decide if a full-scale strike will go ahead. If it does, it will be the first full walk-out since 1956. Police in London say WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has breached bail conditions and faces arrest. The 40-year-old Australian remains inside the Ecuadorian embassy, where he's requested asylum under the United Nations Human Rights Declaration. They are getting information from Julian and then seeking information from the Swedish, UK and American authorities, before they take their final decision. Assange is likely to remain protected inside the compound until they reach an outcome. Queensland coach Mal Meninga says he has no plans to select Bulldogs prop Sam Kasiano for the State of Origin decider. Debate is raging over whether Kiwi-born Kasiano should be allowed to represent the Maroons after previously pledging his allegiance to New Zealand. Sam Kasianoi's a new Zealander the last two forms he filled out, he said New Zealand. If he plays for Queensland, good on him. Manly's Tony Williams has been told he needs to return from a back injury against the Roosters this weekend to be any chance of being recalled to the Blues squad. Swans captain Adam Goodes will return from a 7-week injury layoff in tomorrow night's AFL clash against premiers Geelong at the SCG. Sydney coach John Longmire isn't expecting miracles from Goodes in his first match back from a quad injury. The Cats have banned young midfielder Jesse Stringer for the rest of the season following his arrest for an alleged case of domestic violence. for the 10th time. The former stable star of Bart Cummings dominated his rivals in the Prince of Wales' Stakes at Royal Ascot. Trainer Aiden O'Brien apologised to Aussie racing fans after the win admitting he hasn't trained So You Think anywhere near as well as Cummings did. , A couple of emails for you, Grant, I know you are on jelly beans at the moment, when you get to snakes. There was a challenge for you to tie a kot in a mouth while it's in your mouth, using only your tongue and teeth. Yes, what a great game. There will be someone in here, the 219 lollyologists, did somebody say, party mix. That is the party mix in perfect percentage. That is the golden goodness that makes up your party mix. You get your teegt in there, you've got your pineapples, you've got your you've got your snakes, your strawberries, you've got - do you mind? I can just grab these. I can just grab these, everybody. I'll have one of them. How do they work there and not get really fat? It's all about science, Mel. Science. I can't talk with that in. But it's this mix of the human being and the machine that allows them to keep this kind of manufacturing process alive in Australia. If you come around and take a look, let's head down to the snakes. Gerry, and join us, because, there are people everywhere. There are machines that are mixing and sorting. It's highly scientific. If you come down to things like this, wow. The only time I'm happen The only time I'm happy for you to take us to the snake section. There are the snakes. How do you describe it to normal people who even these They are deposited into a tray of star much where it will sit in a drier up to 3 to five days. So, then hence we have got the end product. You couldn't do it without the people at Broadford, could you? No, there is a lot of years of peerns to make this happen. 1891, they have been doing it here in Australia all for your enjoyment. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. A front is bringing rain and a cool change to South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania and snow will begin to fall in the Alps. This system is directing gusty north-easterly winds into south-eastern states however fine weather will continue in Queensland and across much of New South Wales. The showery south-westerly airstream will ease in southern WA as a high-pressure system establishes itself in the southern Indian Ocean. Well so many employees, 28 days for just one jelly bean and there they go, off to the shops. And then your belly, everybody belly, everybody wins how could you not smile with that. Just fascinating. Grant, thank you. Really cool. 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