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(generated from captions) you'll really be paying. How much more We break it down. So, just how low will they go? to brave Aussie war veterans. The Queen's moving tribute family on one unforgettable holiday. The couple who took their entire we're off to movies. Grab the popcorn, (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, to the last day of the working week Hello and welcome schools in many states. and the last day of term for , Who goes on holidays today? South Wales and Who goes on holidays today? New Western Australia are already on South Wales and Queensland and holidays. Ourselves broke up yesterday. Ourselves finish today, they are very excited. It's also the first day of winter holidays for our politicians. They are leaving Canberra, putting your head under the carpet. Yep, they're leaving Canberra in the hands of an official inquiry. and leaving the asylum boat problem Will that break the stalemate? We'll ask our Big Guns next hour. , How can they walk away? They were so upset about it yesterday. That was Here's Nat. And that story leads our news. Julia Gillard is hoping the political impasse a new advisory panel will help solve on asylum-seeker policy. Defence chief Angus Houston The panel headed by former Paris Aristotle and refugee advocate before the next sitting begins. will report back to Parliament They will act independently. based on the evidence and the facts. They will form their own views refusal yesterday to back a bill It follows the Senate's seekers to be processed offshore. that would have allowed asylum to have been bashed to death A man is believed of Melbourne. in a house on the northern outskirts with life-threatening head injuries. A 28-year-old man was found to revive him Emergency services tried but he died at the scene. are investigating the death. Homicide Squad detectives The US Supreme Court heath-care overhaul, has upheld President Barack Obama's election-year victory. handing him a major The decision means to take out health insurance millions of Americans will be forced or face significant federal fines. by the Supreme Court Today's decision is rigorous, resounding confirmation of the Affordable Care Act. of constitutionality It's great news businesses and the economy. for American families providing medical care The money will go toward for those who can't afford it. Julian Assange with a letter British police have served to a London police station. saying he has to present himself inside the Ecuador embassy in London The WikiLeaks founder is holed up where he's seeking political asylum. to Sweden He's trying to avoid extradition on alleged sex offences. where he's wanted for questioning Australian World War II veterans who gathered in London a memorial to Bomber Command to watch the Queen dedicate World War II. who fought during commemorated their sacrifice. but until now, no permanent monument They were never given a medal. and today we've put that right. So these guys have been snubbed in London's Green Park The $11 million memorial features a 2.7m bronze sculpture returning from a mission. depicting a 7-man bomber crew the axe falls on Queensland jobs Coming up - to be sacked today. with 3,000 public servants expected But first, here's Kochie. In finance news: , The Dow Jones, it last had a

remarkable recovery in the last half or three quarters of an hour. The markets very jittery ahead of markets very jittery ahead of the Euro leaders summit. It was down 100 points. It has closed down 25. That turn around just happened in the last 30 minutes. To our region yesterday. We were basically steady. Aussie continue to hold more money in cash and in cash and deposits than ever before. Households held almost 26% while companies held almost 50% of their assets in cash or deposits in the March quarter. Savanth Sebastian, from CommSec is with us. This is really a bunker isn't it? Don't trust anything, keep This is really a bunker mentality it in cash. Keep it in the bank. Yeah, that's right, Kochie. It's almost like how much cash is enough in this environment? We are at the moment that the uncertain in this environment? We are seeing global environment as well as the high term dpoft rates on offer have been the real driver of Australians holding on to cash but now that we have seen the rates have been cut and looking likely to be cuts to come, it may be that and looking likely to be further Australians decide to put some of that money to work. Domestic Australians, we are seeing that we are really conservative in this environment but the same can't be

said for foreigners. They are holding 47% of Australian quantum holding 47% of Australian equities. holding 47% of Australian

I guess we are seeing that certainly foreigners are a lot more up beat on the domestic economy and positioning themselves for the coming year. Thank you for that. Time for Here is Thank you for that. Time for sport. , everyone else is buying more of our market than we are. That's Queensland full-back Billy Slater of the Origin decider today. is expected to be ruled out on his injured knee in Melbourne Slater will undergo a fitness test he'll get the green light. but it's unlikely losing someone like big Billy It'd be a huge loss and capable of filling his role. but we have got guys who are willing Slater at full-back Greg Inglis looks set to replace from the Maroons camp last night. after Matt Bowen was released remains hopeful Blues forward Glenn Stewart on his injured knee. of passing a fitness test at the MCG tonight Carlton takes on Hawthorn to kick off round 14 of the AFL and 7mate around the country. with full coverage on Seven five of their past six matches The Blues have lost finals chances. and a loss will seriously hurt their Hawks skipper Luke Hodge won't play to returning from a knee injury. but is getting closer is locked in a tight struggle World number two Rafael Nadal Lukas Rosol at Wimbledon. with unheralded Czech The world number 100 is playing the match of his life and raced to a 2-1 lead. But Nadal has fought back to take the fourth set, sending the match to a decider.

, Italy 2-0 in the 66nd minute. It's a thrashing in the world of soccer. , That That won't Bode well for Angela

Merkel, know where you Now to today's weather. , There is a good chance that you are going to need to drop into your local shopping centre to pick up whatever you need for the weekend, good time to do so because Woolworths right around Australia, it's the fresh fair, today, tomorrow and the following day where they get to celebrate the heritage and guys like milk owe, has been working here for 25 years. 25 years. I am still enjoying it. Really. You must know your stuff. I believe I do. What is the pick of the fresh What is the pick of the fresh stuff at the moment? Well, we get apple, plenty of apple, plenty of oranges, the citrus line is going very well. Beautiful broccoli on special, capsium. Good colours. Look at that. You know your stuff. I'm going to pick your brains right throughout the morning as we teach you about fruit and veg 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. Yes, we are for getting about content and talking about vegetables. From inside Woolworths of three days of special fairs coming up. We have got it. I want some inspiration on what to Cook, because I need it I did breakly last night. More fire extinguishes. Tw a bit of a cheese sauce. Broccoli is very good at this moment. I did. Really? Was Lib out? That's why I'm telling you. Lib is obviously away. Yes. You are batching. Broccoli and cheese sauce, Coming up - the Government announces an inquiry into asylum boats after politicans fail to agree on a plan. But will it break the stalemate? And, the Queen honours Aussie veterans from World War II. The emotional service in London for the Bomber Command - next. WOMAN: Diarrhoea is a symptom that your digestive system is working too fast. Imodium Zapid melts on your tongue in seconds, working with your body to slow it down to its normal speed. You might already be aware that the National Broadband Network rollout is currently underway. And as it continues to reach every home and business across Australia, it's also good to know that over 30 NBN retail providers can deliver world-class broadband wherever you live

at a price that doesn't discriminate between city and country. For more information on pricing, visit australia.gov.au/nbn/pricing Plus, here is the man behind the world's biggest comic, Superman, captain America, the X men, Stanley is on Weekend Sunrise from 7 am tomorrow. Sunrise brought to you by Red Spot. For business or leisure car rental, Red Spot offers drive-off inclusive drive-away rates with no hidden extras. Australian World War II heroes have just been honoured overnight in London. A memorial dedicated to the veterans of Bomber Command was unveiled by the Queen. It commemorates the 55,000 aircrew who were killed during the conflict. Paul Davis has more. Has there ever been such a gathering? The old pilot its, navigators wireless operators and gunner, bringing with them their proudly polished medals and a sense of injustice that was about to be put to rest more than six decades on. When the Queen unveiled this stunning bronze monument to Bomber Command in London's Green Park, she was in the eyes of the veterans, putting right a wrong done to them and almost 56,000 of their comrades who lost their lives in the second world wore. who lost their lives in the second World war. This was a closure. We waited so long for the recognition that we thought the Bomber Command deserved. It's wonderful finally to see it happen. The Bomber raised on German cities played a vital role in the allied victory but because of the civilian executes involved, executes victory but because of the civilian victory but because of the victory but because of the cultures wofd. After the wore, they were distanced. Today's public recognition of Bomber Command sacrifice is the result of years of campaigning. This old pilot had travelled from his home in Canada to witness it. Being here today is a very emotional trauma for me. I cried r Thinking of lost friends? Just being here finally. Somebody is recognising what Bomber Command did. The singer, Robin Gibb's wife and son were in the crowd. He was a leading campaigner for the memorial but didn't live to see it. This was something he really felt very deeply about. And I think today he is smiling down. Leading the National Anthem, 99-year-old Jim Flint, a Bomber Pie lont hospital bravery, pulling a comrade from a shot down plane as it sank. His verdict. That will be there when we are dead and gone. Remembering your old friends? Absolutely. And That's very important to you Oh yes. Because without them, would have happened, God only knows. Oh yes. Because without them, what There was a fly past from one of the last air worthy Lancasters, dropping hundreds of thousands of poppies, a salute to those who survive the war and just as many who did not. Isn't that wonderful? So many movie about Bomber demand, if you are interested in it, the war memorial in Canberra, has the most spectacular display on spectacular display on Bomber Command, I think it's a Lancaster there as well. It's just sensational. In the big shed out the back of it where all the aeroplanes are. Look, a little later on, we are going live to London. For more on the memorial to Bomber demand, just terrific the memorial to Bomber demand, just the memorial to Bomber demand, the memorial to Bomber the memorial to Bomber come and. Coming up this Sunrise - toddlers, tweens or teens - which age is the most expensive age for raising kids? Plus, the Cold Chisel fan fined for his dance moves. Now he's inspired concert, especially for over-40s. Just wait till you see him in action. And the junior ice hockey coach causing an uproar for attacking a 13-year-old opponent. You know that when you come here, it's every day lowest prices. You are going to get the best price that you can possibly get. Nobody can beat Bunnings on price. We guarantee it. Stormwater pipes, only $12.90 each.

Makita electric chainsaw, $167. Outdoor cafe blinds, $68 each. Seagrass doormats, two for just $4. If you happen to find a cheaper price on a stocked item, we'll beat it by 10%. We have the lowest prices every day. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse! # Lowest prices are just the beginning. by Beacon Lighting's stocktake sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in store now. The teased hair. It all comes back, Bunbury rec centre, all those nights. When she was not thrown out for getting on stage, That was xx That was That was INXS. Remember the bloke kicked out of a Chisel concert for dancing and told by a magistrate he was too old to dance? His name is Richard Fuller and we'll talk to him later in the show. But his antics have inspired Australia's first over-40s rock concert in Townsville in October. You know how you have a blue light consent for underage. This I think is a grey Cover bands will perform songs the audience can remember. So, we want to help out the organisers. Suggest some songs or artists who should be covered just for over-40s. It will finish at 9 PM. So you can get home early. A whole room of dad dancers. It will be great. Perfect. Be proud. The failure of our pollies to reach a deal on asylum seekers dominates the front pages this morning. The 'Daily Telegraph' calls it a "crying shame", saying our MPs wept for the boat people, then went on holiday without helping them. The 'Sydney Morning Herald' says "Impasse - politicians throw up their hands". And 'The Age' says "Houston, we have a problem" as Julia Gillard calls in former Defence Force chief Angus Houston to find an asylum boat solution. , Is that a good idea? Should they have done something like that to start with. Why? Maybe, they will be reasonable. We will put it to the big gun, if they boat agree, sides, rather than they get the report and we thank you Angus Houston for all the work he has put in. Are they going to do something with it. What is the point if they say " it. What is the point if they say "we don't agree" and handpass. We'd love your thoughts on a travel trend that's taking off - literally. It's nude cruising. It's proving very popular in the US, and now more and more Australians are stripping off for their getaway. Peter and Kim Vernon are from Sydney. , (Buzzer sounds) They've visited places like the Caribbean and Alaska. Are you allowed to wear anything in Alaska? No. It would be invigorating. They even took the whole family on a naked holiday including their 20-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter and her boyfriend. We'll speak with Peter and Kim later, but would you do it? , It's one way to meet your future mother in law. It drops all the barriers. Do you want to drop that many bar zblers Has anyone been anywhere - any of the crew. We walked past the back beach in Bunbury, pretend, as kids, that was pretty exciting. Not much to do in

Bunbury in those days. But it excited us. South Australia had the first nudist beach so would you sneak down there thinking there would be some good looking chicks. They were all old blokes walking around like this. That blokes walking around like this. That a bit of a worry though. Shall we move on? And going viral this morning, is the junior ice hockey coach who's caused an uproar in Canada. During handshakes with the opposing team at the end of a game, he deliberately tripped a 13-year-old player. He broke the kid's wrist. He's been suspended from coaching and he's now been watched more than 1 million times online.

, Many junior coaches over the years,

have thought I want to do that. The important thing is not do it. That's terrible. Maybe he deserved it. Maybe He tripped on the ice and have his wrist broken. We don't know what he did before that. Who knows. How bad could it been? Have you seen sporting fields recently. The opposition coach. They should have dealt with him Some annoying little kid has gone up. Ahead on Sunrise, news, sport and weather together. And later, 50 days to a sugar-free diet. The weight-loss trend sweeping the world.

so they announce an official inquiry while they go on holiday. We'll tackle that one with our Big Guns but for now it's news time with Nat. The Homicide Squad has been called in after a violent attack at a home on Melbourne's northern outskirts. Police were called to a home at Doreen last night after reports of a serious assault. They found a 28-year-old man with serious head injuries. Paramedics tried to resuscitate him but he died at the scene. Rescue crews have spent the night searching for a missing kayaker on the Gold Coast. Passers-by spoke to a man at around 11:00 who was zigzagging across a lake. But they say he was too drunk to make any sense. Moments later they spotted his kayak floating upside down. It's very, very fast-moving water, so it would be very difficult. Obviously he's was in quite a heavy jacket, heavy jeans, I know it's hard to swim in shoes, so, yeah, very worried. Police hold grave fears for the man's safety. The search is resuming this morning. Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has condemned the Prime Minister's plans to send asylum seeker laws to a panel to seek a way forward. Former defence chief Angus Houston will head the panel. It was announced yesterday after the Coalition and Greens combined to kill off legislation that would have allowed for the offshore processing of asylum seekers. Tony Abbott says he tried to phone the Prime Minister to discuss a compromise but she refused to take his call. The Melbourne family of a great-grandmother who was pulled from her burning home says the stranger who carried her to safety is a hero. Doug Berry was walking through Noble Park when he saw the house on fire. He forced his way inside and found 85-year-old Dorothy Rice in a confused state, her hair singed by flames. She wasn't happy when I picked her up, I didn't have much choice because she didn't want to leave the house. She suffered only minor injuries and will be discharged from hospital today. In finance news: , Markets have made a massive come back on Wall Street overnight. Dow Jones down 175 points at one stage. In the last hour or so, just back on Wall Street overnight. The

had a huge turn around because of news coming out of that Euro leaders summit. It was the first day of that summit overnight and maybe they starting to make some progress. summit overnight and maybe they are That's building confidence among investors. Time for sport. Carlton is happily embracing the underdog tag The Blues have lost five of their past six matches and are out to revive their finals AFL hopes. Michael Jamison has been given the task of shutting down Hawks superstar Lance Franklin. You try and counter one of his strengths and does something that not many other players can do so there's certainly a lot of things you've got to try and counter when you play on him. All the action's on Seven and 7mate. Check your local guides. Blues forward Glenn Stewart will ramp his bid to be fit for the Origin decider today. Stewart started running on his injured knee yesterday and will be expected to up the intensity today. Beau Scott will come into the squad if Stewart is ruled out. Queensland full-back Billy Slater will undergo a fitness test on his injured knee today but it's expected he'll be ruled out. Rafael Nadal is locked at 2-2 in his second round battle with world number 100 Lukas Rosol at Wimbledon. The Czech was seemingly on the verge of a monumental upset when he took a 2-1 lead. Nadal battled back to level the match but his momentum was halted when they stopped play to close the retractable roof. Italy is just minutes away from a berth in the final of Euro 2012. The Italians are leading Germany 2-0 late in their semifinal in Warsaw and the hero has been Mario Balotelli. The controversial striker has scored both goals, putting Italy on the verge of a spot in the final against Spain. Footy tips now. The boys and girls are both going for the Hawks to beat the Blues tonight in round 14 of the AFL. And we agree on all of the other games this weekend. Including Geelong over Port Adelaide wrrks is the loyalty? We would do well at school. Yeah, great. We are the same in every single thing. , You are not going to gain any points. But we are But we are not going to lose any. Why don't you tip your team the We we always head with our head, not our hearts. That's how we are Giants

winning. We are tough. I love them both dearly. Where is the heart, girls. I am sure when you give us a present we you win. It will be a big one the way you're going, too Tell them the gospel of the Tell them the gospel of the fresh food and veg. You know I am a farming member. We have a farm out near Wagga. We like produce. Over the fresh fares, we are celebrating the Australian near Wagga. We like home-grown

culture and the Australian fresh food industry because 96% of the Woolworths fresh fruit and veg is All-Australian grown including the apple, with a name like Scott Mont argue, you are very good for making apple, you guys have been doing it for so long now. What is the number one apple as such. one apple as such.? one apple as such.?. The number one apple in Australia is Pink Lady. It's Australian bred in Western Australia. It's probably number one apple in the world as far as Australians are concerned. But it's a terrific apple. You have Pioneered a new How can you new apple be different? You have Pioneered a new apple. It's called Jazz. It's a cross between a grey burn and a royal gala. It stays hard. It's a very sweet apple. People don't get the soft and floury apple. Now, how do you store an apple? I am a kind of a bowl on the bench kind of guy. of Guy It's best to keep them in the fridge. I've got it wrong. You can eat them at room temperature but for the storage of them, they

are bet other off in the fridge. This is a great day for Australia. And he is one of Australia's great growers. Let's look at the forecast. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, Shop online or in-store now. A low and trough are generating showers in eastern New South Wales and South-East Queensland. Northerly winds are strengthening over Victoria and Tasmania ahead of a front. This front is triggering showers and storms as it crosses southern South Australia. Brisbane, a few showers. Mostly fine tomorrow and until next week. Early showers and Sydney. Partly cloudy tomorrow. Possible showers on Sunday. Fine conditions early next week. Canberra, possible showers. Showers to continue over the weekend. Clear skies next week. Melbourne, a few showers. Showers tomorrow and onwards. Hobart, the chance of some rain. Showers until Monday. Partly cloudy on Tuesday. Adelaide, windy showers. Showers until next week. Some cloud cover on Tuesday. Perth, partly cloudy. Sunny tomorrow and onwards. Sunny in Darwin. Sunny tomorrow and until next week. , I'm just going to take some - I can never get these things open? Lick your fingers, Grant. Turn it up The other way. There we go. Would you like a'Pink Lady'? Would you like some of the jazz. Beautiful. How are you today? We will see you in half an hour. Beautiful. Jetstar's end of financial year sale is on. Fly between Melbourne and Sydney for $35 per person or between Brisbane and Hamilton Island for $39. You can also escape the winter chill and head overseas. Perth to Singapore is only $119 per person. Sydney to Bali will set you back $219. Fares are one way and conditions apply. The sale ends on Monday so be quick. Coming up - the carbon tax explained. How much it'll really cost you. Also, a wall of flames. Bushfires raging out of control in the US, destroying hundreds of homes and forcing thousands to flee. And Olympic snub for soccer superstar David Beckham. We'll explain why he's not wanted at the London Games. But first here's your Woolworths Fresh Market Update. Good morning, everyone, today we are coming to coming to you from the straw Bray grown reason of South-East Queensland where the crop is looking sweeter than ever. Yesterday we caught up with Andrew of for the latest. We have been growing strawberries for almost 40 years. This region is the very good place for growing them. Very good temperatures, our soils are a sandy lom soil. When selecting your strawberry, the flavour is good in all of them? Of flavour is good in all of them? flavour is good in all of them? All our stray brings come with our fresh or free guarantee. Our top tip, wash strawberries before cutting off the stalks. That is what is fresh at woolly, I love you Justin! He promised. Yes, I'll be back. Now, Justin Bieber is back. Man, this is amazing! Exclusive to Seven. He is performing, everyone. You will only see him right here on Seven. A view of Brisbane through the Jetstar Skycam. It's D-day for Queensland public servants with up to 3,000 expected to be sacked today. We'll have a live report shortly. The Government's contentious carbon tax starts this Sunday. It's been debated to death by politicians so we wanted to look at the real facts. This is a simple explanation of what it is First, this is not a tax on you directly. It will be paid by 300 of Australia's largest companies - the biggest polluters. They are paying for the amount of carbon pollution they release. Initially it's a flat charge of $23 per tonne of emissions. After three years, the tax will be replaced by an emissions trading scheme. That means if a big company creates too much pollution, they must buy their allocation from another cleaner company. It's a given that these companies will eventually pass on the tax to you. So how much will it cost in everyday terms? Woolies, If you listen to radio at the moment, there are huge figures being plucked out of nowhere. Who do we believe? We went to the only independent people in the country, 'Choice'. Ingrid Just from Choice has crunched the numbers. Ingrid, what have you looked at? We, together with CSIRO, and the climate institute have done independent modelling. We have found for every $ for every $100 you spend, you will pay an extra 60 cents or so as a result of the carbon price. Put this into perspective, it's into perspective, it's four smaller than the impact of the GST into perspective, it's four times and less than the price fluctuations we saw. Let's start with milk. How much extra will it cost? For one litre, 2 cents. OK, a loaf of bred. Again, 2 cents for a white block sliced loaf. So if you see a business out there pushing business out there pushing by 20 sliced loaf. So if you see a sonts, business out there pushing by 20 These are general rules of thumb. If you find a Cammer reported it to the ACCC. Energy bills. Gas to a lesser degree, around about 40 cents, we are talking on per week. 40 cents, we are talking on average per week. If you move to electricity, it depends upon where 40 cents, we are talking on average

you live. Across most households around about $ around about $2. around about $2.80 a week. But remember, there are some states use more Fossil fuels to burn and remember, there are some states that Power their electricity. South Australia, wind farms, Power their electricity. Others Tasmania, hydro-electric so the impact will be less. Add two up for us. How much should it add to an average family? Now, I think the government said it was about $ about $9. about $9.90 a week. Is that right? You've looked at it independently. We have. We have come in a little bit less than that around about $ bit less than that around about $9. bit less than that around about $9.10 for the average household. Remember, there will be compensation that also kicks in for the average household. Around about $ household. Around about $10. household. Around about $10.10, compensation. So it's about 500 Bucks a year for the average household and you are going to supposedly get a bit more than that back. It will take businesses a while to work all this out, isn't it? We can't be sure. Spot on, Kochie, we Spot on, Kochie, we are not going to see direct flow on effects within the first few days. On your electricity, your Power bills yes, so the Power that is used from 1 July onwards, you will see reflected in your electricity bills but as far as your other Goodes and services, household expenditure, going out, restaurants, that will take a bit of time to trickle down. Thank you for crunching the numbers. Here is Mel. Hundreds of homes have been destroyed by an out-of-control fire in the US state of Colorado. More than 30,000 people have been forced to flee. NBC News reporter Miguel Almaguer is monitoring the blaze. The destruction in Colorado Springs has yet to be tallied. Shrouded in smoke, decimated by fire but as these images show, entire neighbourhoods have been wiped out, their charred remains too dangerous for crews to reach. This was a war zone where firefighters have had to retreat. We have seen what this thing can do. It got in a good shot and we intend to be prepared for the second shot. Only 5% contained, the Waldo Canyon fire has ripped past fire breaks and hopped across ridges. In just hours, the inferno doubled in size this week. 32,000 people have been forced to evacuate, ordered to find safer ground. Sarah Safranek could see the flames closing in on her childhood home. So it's hard but we're all here for each other, With 20,000 homes still threatened in Colorado Springs today many of those who haven't evacuated are on notice to be prepared to leave in the fog of choking smoke and falling ash. Round 17 of the NRL kicks off tonight with the Broncos taking on the Sharks at Suncorp Stadium. Here to preview all the action are Jim and Rebecca Wilson. Good morning. Both teams for this clash will be without their Origin stars. Bec, who do you expect will come out on top? Look, I think Brisbane will have the edge given they are that at home. It's interesting watching Brisbane. They have had quite a few games this season without their origin stars but they always back up. They have got these young kids come tlug, got these young kids come got these young kids come through, a classic xck is that Lachlan Moran classic xck is that Lachlan Moranta. He is playing on the wing

he gets a chance. He is a supurb young footballer. I am so impressed He is playing on the wing whenever

by the way they keep their compose urs. They are like 20, 21 years old. They play really good footy. It's a huge game, no gal and no corny for the sharks. You mentioned about 7 Broncoes missing. At sun co-operate, I reckon the Broncoes, just. But the sharks have won, it will ab really good nim. Speaking of Origin and there are big question marks over Glenn Stewart and Billy Slater. Jim, what are you hearing? I think Greg Ingliss will go halfback. I don't think - he I think Greg Ingliss will go to come back into camp after that game on Sunday but I think certainly GI halfback. I don't think - he might

for me will play full back. Glenn Stewart, it's looking lrd, they will give him the weekend. I wouldn't be at all surprised if he played. He is a tough nut. If he is 95% he will take the field. You can't play on one leg if you are a full back. You full back. You if you are Glenn Stewart because he is just a knuckle head. Said in the nicest possible way. Spoken like a true Queenslander. and the Eels take on the Knights on Saturday. Bec, both teams recorded wins last weekend , You've got this game in the west,

GWS and the Swany, near by, in AFL, so, I thought the Knights was a pretty good come back, Parramatta coming off a good opinion. Parramatta at home. Parramatta, 18-6 down and they came back to win in golden point. That gives you a lot of moment going. Nigh than that back in great form. He is bronze He is He is almost considered for again. That he would be on the short list and you know, the Knights did He is almost considered for origin

play really well last play really well last week. I know where they pulled that out of. play really well last week. I don't I'm going with para at home. And in the AFL, it's the second Sydney Derby with the Swans up against GWS. But Jim, no Israel Folau? He has missed the last few weeks. I don't blame Kevin Sheedy for rushing him back. The crowd will be interesting. I think the rowd here will be a real acid test. The GWS fans last game at home at Skoda, I know it was bad weather but only 7,000. They need to get out there and support the side. I know Mel will be out there cheering. I think the Swans will - should do it easily. Go the Swanies. You have a great weekend. Then, petrol prices fall just in time for the school holidays. And Aussie stars gather in Hollywood for a special awards ceremony.

You might already be aware that the National Broadband Network rollout is currently underway. And as it continues to reach every home and business across Australia, it's also good to know that over 30 NBN retail providers can deliver world-class broadband wherever you live at a price that doesn't discriminate between city and country. For more information on pricing, visit australia.gov.au/nbn/pricing # On the line, call me, call me any, anytime. # We have with another $10,000 up for grabs in the Sunrise Call. Think of it as a tax refund. To enter, just ring: and register or send a text to: with your name and address. If we dial your number on Monday, you'll need to pick up within five rings and give us the correct codeword when we ask for it. We'll reveal one each morning after 8:00. And don't go away because we'll call today's winner in the next 30 minutes. Time for showbiz news with Nelson Aspen in Hollywood. Good morning, Nelson. And young Aussie stars have walked the red carpet in LA for the Annual Australians in Film Awards. Who was there? We have to start off with the of the ball, Anna McGahan, friend of Sunrise, and also, a former star We have to start off with the bell

'Underbelly Razor' but she was the Sunrise, and also, a former star of re sieve yent of the Heath Ledger acting scholarship which is worth $ acting scholarship which is worth $10,000 to help get her on her way in Hollywood. Here is what she had to say. This is not an accolade, it's a door left ajar by someone who has undenially paved the way for young Australians in film and television internationallyment I endeavour to open that door, holding high pressure Heath's work ethic, his devotion to draft and his professional generosity that he was so known for as a priority. Liam Hemsworth, and Miley Cyrus newly engaged. She made a remark, newly engaged. She made a remark, I think you will appreciate that she think guys are way hotter than American guys. Kochie would appreciate that. There you go. We also saw Abbie Cornish, Natty I am brully ya. It's really good because it's the Australian film maf why if you like, get together to support each other. That's terrific. Moving on, ad Snoop Dogg has been detained at an airport for drug smuggling. , He gets into trouble I think wherever he goes. Now, this time it happened in Norway. He was briefly detained and the report is that - Norweigian law prohibits them from saying the name. It's an anonymous source within the Norweigan police department who said for carrying a large amount of cash and a small amount of marijuana. department who said he was detained

There are limits on how much cash you can have. So he paid his fine and got out of town. Was he busted by a sniffer Dog? I don't know. It could have been a little beeg will. It could be. It could be. Thank you, Nelson. My mind is out there. You are waking up to Sunrise. These are our How much more you'll really be paying. We break it down. So, just how low will they go? The Queen's moving tribute to brave Aussie war veterans. The couple who took their entire family on one unforgettable holiday. Grab the popcorn, we're off to movies. (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. Also this morning - the real cost of raising kids. , It is something you don't need to know I reckon. We'll can that story. We We'll can that story. We won't do that one. But right now Nat has the latest from Seven newsroom. An asylum seeker boat with 44 people on board has reportedly been intercepted near Christmas Island. It comes after the Coalition and Greens killed off a bill to restore offshore processing but Prime Minister Julia Gillard has responded by appointing former Defence chief Angus Houston to examine asylum seeker policy. They talked and talked but effectively achieved nothing. Now the government's hoping the former defence chief can unite a warring Parliament to find a way forward on asylum policy. We are certainly very prepared to see fresh eyes and new expertise brought to the task. Angus Houston will lead an expert panel during Parliament's 6-week winter break. It will examine all the policy options then recommend a solution. They will act independently so they will form their own views based on the evidence and the facts. The government's promised to take on board whatever the group recommends. Even if it comes out against the proposed Malaysian deal. Clearly, the government has a preferred position here, clearly the government believes in the policy advice it's received but clearly we've reached an impasse and a stalemate and that just has to be acknowledged. This is a breakthrough and this is now the opportunity for the Prime Minister to convene such a meeting have Mr Abbott there, the Greens will be there, and we actually have the makings of a long-term regional solution. Although that could still be a long way off. The Coalition will never support Malaysia, full stop, end of story. A man is believed to have been bashed to death at a home in Melbourne's north. Nuala Hafner joins us from our Melbourne studio. Nuala, what's the latest? Good morning, details are still emerging but we understand police were called to a home in Dooreen in Melbourne's northest just before 9 o'clock last night. They found the body of a 29-year-old man believed to live at that address. Police say he suffered from life threatening injuries. They believe they were head injuries and was dead when they arrived. We understand the alarm was first raised when two friends went round to the house and round to the house and found the man. We are Ex specing more details to ee to emerge during the day. Thank you for the Up to 3,000 Queensland public servants are facing the axe today. Our reporter Michael Scanlan is in Brisbane. Good morning, Michael. How significant are these job losses? , The union has tipped it to be the largest amount of job losses in one day in Queensland's history with more than 3,000 jobs on the line. It's part It's part of an attempt by Campbell Newman to save $ Newman to save $100 million in six weeks. He has recently said that Queensland needs 20,000 more public servants, those whose jobs are temporary workers who's roll isn't considered to be front line. The government says while it's understands that not everyone will be happy, it claims there will be regular communications with those who do face job losses. There is expected to be more job cuts over the next few months with contracts for more non--front line workers Ex spiring in Australia and September. A lot of people affected there. Thank Australian veterans have watched as a memorial was finally unveiled to the 55,000 airmen of Bomber Command who gave their lives during World War II. More than 55 thousand airmen lost their lives, but until now, no permanent monument commemorated their sacrifice. , mpblt they were never given the campaign medal. Today we put that right. The $ The $11 million memorial in London's Green Park. Feature a 7 man Bomber crew returning from a Coming up - the junior ice hockey coach causing an uproar for attacking a 13-year-old opponent. We'll tell you what happened next. But first here's Kochie. , The maker of black bring Rim has announced a big loss. Nike sales are down as well in their first quarter result. Take a look at the Dow Jones, down 25 points. At one stage down 150 points. Let's go to the chart. Plumbinging down 150 points then the last hour and a half, spikes right up? Why? News out of the Euro leaders summit that they are going to launch $ are going to launch $r r 120 are going to launch $r r are going to launch $r are going to launch are going to launch a 120 Euro billion. That's bringing some positive news to the market. Let's check our region yesterday. Really went nowhere, went nowhere Time for sport

Queensland full-back Billy Slater is expected to be ruled out of the Origin decider today. Slater will undergo a fitness test on his injured knee in Melbourne but it's unlikely he'll get the green light. It'd be a huge loss losing someone like big Billy but we have got guys who are willing and capable of filling his role. Greg Inglis looks set to replace Slater at full-back after Matt Bowen was released from the Maroons camp last night. Blues forward Glenn Stewart remains hopeful of passing a fitness test on his injured knee. Carlton takes on Hawthorn at the MCG tonight to kick off Round 14 of the AFL with full coverage on Seven and 7mate around the country. The Blues have lost five of their past six matches and a loss will seriously hurt their finals chances. Hawks skipper Luke Hodge won't play but is getting closer to returning from a knee injury. , Lukas rust ol has pulled off one of the biggest upsets downing Rafael Nadal. He fought back from 2-1 down to sent the match to a decider. But the heavy hitting Czech held his nerve that is a big one. David Beckham's dream of representing Great Britain at the London Olympics is over. The 37-year-old has been left out of team GB's 18-man football squad. Olympic officials are keen to have Beckham involved in the Games in some capacity. Bookies have slashed the odds on Becks being the person who lights the Olympic cauldron. . A quick one, to the person most likely to carry the flag likely to carry the flag for the Australian flag is Stuart owe braid xwri and Cadel Evans. A big win for Italy in the finals going on. You've got it all today. Let's go to Grant for the weather. Hello again. Morning, everybody, check out my weather map. I have up scaled for it this morning as we talk about what is a wonderful country of Australian farmers and produce makers. But I thought I would use the opportunity to use it as a weather map. There are a serious of cold fronts moving through South Australia, then it is

going into Victoria and Tasmania, possibly 20-30 mms of rain. Snow fall, about 10 centimetres, and on the Victorian side, maybe as much as 30 centimetres of snow. Yea, come on everybody, Yea. Paul come on over. You are here for a very special reason. Not only are you the Nat manager, the man of fresh food and veg right across Australia but hand on your heart, is it Australian produce? Absolutely, rock solid Absolutely, rock solid guarantee, if it's grown here, we have got it. Fresh, what does that mean exactly? Fresh means that we get it in short as possible a time to get it from the farmers to the veg. Farmers pick it today, ticked in DC, in stores tomorrow tonight? What is the season right now? Well, because Australia is such a big place we have lots of stuff in season. It comes from different parts of Australia, you can't go past winter veg and winter citrus. Over the next few days, your local Woolworths store is putting on a carnival so you can get the chance to see behind the scenes and meet the people, the staff that have there for so many years that are so experienced just to give you the the people, the staff that have been

best advice when you go to choose your fruit and veg. Let's look at the forecast right around Now to today's weather. Sunrise Weather brought to you With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in-store now. , To the Australian farmers right across this country of ourselves, producing all sorts of stuff, a big thumbs up for you. Thank you, Queensland for urban Anas. Tasmania for your? Apples. And the ACT for your... Politicians yes everybody, Yea, don't they contribute so much? Let's have a look at the next laugh hour. All right. The Government's contentious carbon tax starts this Sunday, so let's run through just what it is and how it will affect your hip pocket. First, this is not a tax on you, directly. It will be paid by 300 of Australia's largest companies, the biggest polluters. They are paying for the amount of carbon pollution they release. Initially it's a flat charge of $23 per tonne of emissions. After three years, the tax will be replaced by an Emissions Trading Scheme. That means if a big company creates too much pollution, they must buy their allocation from another cleaner company. Independent studies estimate it will cost households an extra $9.10 a week. Most of that will be covered by rebates from the Government of around $10.10 a week. , Who really knows until Who really knows until it's introduced. Let's go to our Big Guns of Politics - Environment Minister Tony Burke and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey. Good morning to you both. Joe, let's start with you. Are households actually getting off more lightly than expected? No, Mel. Look, this is a tax that is going to be passed through. Inevitably, it's a - it is a tax on energy. The more energy that is used in the production of something, the higher the tax component. So, the more manufactured a good, the more energy you use during your daily life, be it overtime with you are using more electricity during the course of the day, you will pay of the tax because it's trying to penalise the major course of the day, you will pay more

producers which rely on coal. Now, penalise the major electricity the impact on people is going to be such that if you value add in Australia, you are going to pay more tax. Where as if you value add in China, you are not. Tony, that's the issue for me. It's won - it's so high, $ won - it's so high, $25 just seems extraordinary to me that we can start off so high but if you are an Australian manufacturer of say, fridgees that need a lot of energy, you are going to cop this and have to put your prices up and a consumer will more likely by a will more likely by will more likely buy a fridge from China which doesn't have such a China which doesn't have such a big carbon tax. The extra part of the protection that's there for Australian manufacturers if they are in one of those really export sensitive markets is 94.5% of their permits come to them for free. That's the way you make sure you don't end up with that export problem but for industry generally, you get a situation at the moment where it does cost more for a company to run clean - a clean operation than a operation that is shily poll uting. Poll uting shouldn't be free. And this gives a suggestion where you narrow that gap, you make it much more coat xif for clean energy and it has been done with in a way with a package where households don't end up behind. Joe, you said you want to get rid of it, is it possible to undo all of this. Absolutely, will get rid of it in the first month. Where will that leave businesses, that will be hard, who will have to absorb cost, small businesses the ones you feel sorry for. It is small buses, because there is absorb cost, small businesses are

no compensation for around 2 million small buses in Australia. They will face higher electricity prices. They will face higher and better costs in everything they do. There's no compensation for them. Frankly, there are some of the buses that compete with others offshore. China and Vietnam and Indonesia, they are miles away from ever having anything like this. Yet we are expected to

compete. If I can just come in quickly just on that, you also then Joe, undo the household package, what Kochie just put up there, people get more compensation than the price impacts. What you are promising is to have a cut in real income for people on the pension. That's the outcome of what you've described. All right. Let's - we All right. Let's - we have got to move on because we don't want you guys to ram guys to ramble on and get off without discussing this asylum seeker debate with Let's move on to the asylum seeker debate now. The offshore processing bill was defeated in the Senate. , You are going off for your winter holidays. You've handballed as usual to Angus Houston to leading an expert group to resolve the crisis. That's the greatest handball that you politicians do, Tony. Assure me that whatever and that whatever Angus Houston comes up with, you will stick by. Let's make him the umpire. We thank Angus Houston for his report but we don't agree with it. I don't think you go down this process without an intention that what they come back WBSA going to make a very big difference. No, no, we want someone to make a decision. Will you let him make the decision? 8 you guarantee you decision? 8 you guarantee decision? 8 you decision? 8 decision? Will you guarantee you will decision? Will you guarantee you will following his decision. We We want to make We want to make sure we can get something through the parliamentment we went on the best expert advice. We made some extraordinary compromises. No, we don't want to get into the politician. If I answer your question in the way you are want to go frame you are want to go frame it and I say if they put up something that we still can't get through the Senate, that we still have the you will get through. We are not worried about them, will you abide buy it as a government? It's going to be highly on any position but we don't want to It's going to be highly influential miss the next opportunity. We shouldn't miss the opportunity we have miss ed this week. We don't want to see that happen again. I thought we did. Joe, would the Coalition accept it? Four o'clock this morning, people haven't reported this, the House of Representatives passed a motion to bring on our Bill which would have facilitated offshore processing in over 140 countries. On a technicality t didn't get up but it was passed by a majority of the house. It was initial eeuted by Andrew Wilke the Independent. We didn't know it was coming on that time. 4 o'clock the house decided to go ahead with the plan B and the government shut it down. We have offered plan B That wasn't the question. That wasn't the question. I'm coming to it. No, no, all you guys have spoken a lot about this, too much and no decision. lot about this, too much and no decision.. The question I am telling you how a decision was being made. Will you accept and Will you accept Angus Houston's report and abide about it? Can we make him the independent Arbiter because you guys can't agree. Can I just say this, it's an important point. The Prime Minister aUnited Nationsed the committee last night. She said it has three members and she only announced two members of it. We don't know who the other member is. We don't know what the role of the commit see. We want decisions. We offered decisions. We offered legislation in the house. The parliament can't make - mate, it's easy for you to criticise the process. Yeah, we are. We want you guy toss make a decision. You flick pass past it as usual, like everyone in politics to an Independent. I don't accept that. We don't want that buried. If you do an independent commit he, we want you to abide by it. It's not our committee. This is Prime Minister that's called this, mate. She is contracting out her It's not our committee. This is the

role as Prime Minister to another committee. How many times has this government done it? We put legislation into the parliament to facilitate offshore processing in over 140 countries and the government won't even let us bring it on for proper debate and decision-making. So please, when they talk about setting up another committee, this government, we are highly cynical of it. Thank you both for your time this morning. Have a wonderful weekend, gentlemen. See you. Thank you, guy, very Petrol prices are down and they should stay down for the school holidays. The average price of unleaded has fallen in all major cities. Melbourne is the cheapest at just under 123 cents a litre. Darwin is most expensive at 154 cents. So why are petrol prices defying the usual school holiday trend? And just how low can they go? Let's ask NRMA President Wendy Machin. Wendy, what's behind the price drop? Well, what is behind is a in the price of oil. We are fortunate to see it at about an 18 Well, what is behind is a reduction

month old low. About $ month old low. About $100 a barrel. Some good news for mostists. How much cheaper can we expect How much cheaper can we expect fuel to get over this next two weeks and beyond? It's hard to say. We think the current cheap prices are also partly due to a bit of an oversupply. When that is used up, they might start to head north again. We are likely to see prices in the major capitals head up a bit because we are starting the next price cycle. But, going into the end of next week and the following weekend, they come back down. So we estimate between about $ between about $1. the following weekend, they will

between about $1.22, $ between about $1.22, $1. between about $1.22, $1.24, up to $ between about $1.22, $1.24, up to

$1.37 over the course of the next 7 to ten days. The Federal government is thinking about regulating those fuel price boards because they might be misleading motorists, do you agree with that? We absolutely agree with this. This is something, the NRMA have been pushing for for a while. We are delighted to see the government move on this. If you look at price boards today, and the one at the station, there is a 20 cents difference between the cheapest fuel and the most expensive. You might see the discount fuel which is $ discount fuel which is $1. discount fuel which is $1.19, if you choose to buy 98, the higher energy fuel, it's 20 cents dearer. We think that's misleading. A lot of that's misleading. A lot of most rifts coming in to find the they are after is much more rifts coming in to find the petrol expensive and it hasn't been on display out the front. Thank you much display out the front. Thank you very much for your time this morning, Wendy. Here's Mel. , I'm just looking at the diesel price going would you! Australian war heroes have been honoured in the UK. A memorial dedicated to the veterans of the World War II Bomber Command was unveiled by the Queen overnight. Seven News correspondent Adrian Brown is in London. Adrian, how many Aussies were part of the RAF's Bomber Command? Good morning, Melbourne, well Good morning, Melbourne, Good morning, Good morning Mel, there were around 10,000 volunteer, the their average age was 22. age was 22.. 4,000 of them perished, in total, 55,000 perished. One in two never came home. Today, 100 of those veterans came to London's green park to watch the Queen unveil a monument in their honour. This is something they have waited 67 years for. All of them said to me, " for. All of them said to me, "this is something we never expected to happen in our lifetime." This happen in our lifetime." This is something they have been campaigning for. Australia has a war memorial dedicated to its air service men. Britain does but not until now have we had one which honours all those from Bomber Command so it really was a very big deal for these guys who had come so far. Yeah, I can only begin how the ee meegs Yeah, I can only begin how the ee meegss that were unleashed by all of this I've covered a lot of these ceremonies over the years. This really was very, very emotional. Some of these guys are now in their 90s. The youngest are in their 80s. They have come a long way. Some are still in wheelchairs. A few 90s. The youngest are in their mid

passed out passed out because it was very hot today, very hot indeed. Under a scorching sun and they sat there as the Queen, as Prince Philip, Prince Charles, as the Duchess of the Queen, as Prince Philip, as Cornwall. They had some royal heavy hitters there today as they all paid tribute to this men. This is something they thought they something they thought they were never going to see or experience in their lifetime. They got it. I spoke to a couple of remarkable brothers earlier on, Murray and Eric, two brothers who flew a total of 30 missions together. They never told their mother this. Was their take on the day. No, we never do. Three months ago, we never thought that. I never thought it would ever happen because when weren't very popular towards the end of the war with some people but I mean, had to h to be done. Those blokes really are remarkable. You know, there is a screenplay there in those two, it has Hollywood written all over it. Just watching them. You can't help but smile and think what amazing men. men. I'm glad it happened. I know it took a long time. But I am glad it's happened. So Adrian, thank you for bringing us up to date. Thank you. It is fabulous. Look, as we said before, it's great to show the kids what Bomber what Bomber Command did, go to the war 'em moral in Canberra, go war 'em moral in Canberra, war 'em moral in war 'em moral war 'em war what Bomber Command did, go to the war memorial in Canberra, the show they put on around it is wonderful. Pick up the book ' 'Dam Busters." Some emails come in, David should not allowed to interview politicians, he acts like a baby when they don't respond, hanging your head on the desk, very immature, and unprofessional. Not many interviewers do bang their heads on the desk but heads on the desk but sometimes it's called for. I am frustrate with these blokes and women in the parliament just can't make a decision. Now, I hate it when politicians just spin you the line that they have been spinninging for the last three or four days. Forget that. We don't want to hear it for the 21 is it time. The question was simple. Will you take notice of and dust Houston and his team. You dust Houston and his team. You have flicked past it for him, will you abide by it and get a decision. abide by it and get a decision.) Doesn't it make you feel all the emotive speeches in the last few days feel shallow now because you just feel It's all BS. From It's all BS. From It's all BS. From both sides. You want get past yourselves and - you all have to cave in on some issues. Exactly. If you have appointed this bloke, Angus Houston and then go by what he says. Don't shelf it. Anyhow, sorry if I got Anyhow, sorry if I got too emotional. If you've entered the Sunrise Cash Call - stay by the phone. We're only minutes away from ringing this morning's $10,000 winner. Then, the best of the box office. , Got any dine Got any dynamite? The top school holiday movies are coming up. See Paula? She's busy and sick. Brand-spanking-new Codral Relief Hot Drink is fast relief. Cold and flu have no business in busyness - do they, Paula? Paula can't answer - she's too busy. Soldier on, busy people. (PLAYFUL MUSIC) You are not leaving the house in that. This year, all Aussie kids are taking over Jeans for Genes Day. We're raising money for the Children's Medical Research Institute who work to treat and prevent childhood genetic diseases. Darrel, rocking the double denim.

So wear your jeans on August 3 and visit jeansforgenes.org.au. The Government is hoping the former Defence chief Angus Houston can end the political impasse over the asylum seeker policy. Mr Houston will head an expert panel that will meet during Parliament's 6-week winter recess. It will examine all the policy options and then recommend a solution. I don't think you go down this process without an intention that what they come back with is going to make a very big difference. It's not our committee, this is the PM that's called this, she's contracting out her role as PM to another committee. The expert panel is tasked with reporting back to the government by the time Parliament resumes in six weeks time. A man is believed to have been bashed to death in a house on the northern outskirts of Melbourne. A 28-year-old man was found with life-threatening head injuries. Emergency services tried to revive him but he died at the scene. Homicide Squad detectives are investigating the death. A search is resuming on the Gold Coast for a kayaker who disappeared overnight. Passers-by spoke to a man at around 11:00, who was zigzagging across a lake. But they say he was too drunk to make any sense. Moments later, they spotted his kayak floating upside down. They jumped in to find him but say he didn't surface. It's very, very fast-moving water, so it would be very difficult. Obviously he's was in quite a heavy jacket, heavy jeans, heavy shoes - I know it's hard to swim in shoes, so, yeah, very worried. Police hold grave fears for the man's safety. A father taking a photo of his son at the Miami Zoo got a little more than he bargained for when a Lion decided to pose along too. 7-year-old Alex was shocked when he saw the animal behind him. It jumped on the glass and I said, "What was that?" Then I looked. It was a lion. His dad has called the photo a one-in-a-million shot. Carlton is happily embracing the underdog tag ahead of tonight's encounter with Hawthorn at the MCG. The Blues have lost five of their past six matches and are out to revive their finals AFL hopes. Michael Jamison has been given the task of shutting down Hawks superstar Lance Franklin. You try and counter one of his strengths and he runs up the field and runs 60m and kicks a goal and does something that not many other players can do when you play on him. All the action's on Seven and 7mate. Check your local guides. Blues forward Glenn Stewart will ramp his bid to be fit for the Origin decider today. Stewart started running on his injured knee yesterday and will be expected to up the intensity today. Beau Scott will come into the squad if Stewart is ruled out. Queensland full-back Billy Slater will undergo a fitness test on his injured knee today but it's expected he'll be ruled out. World number two Rafael Nadal is out of Wimbledon after losing his second round clash against unheralded Czech Lukas Rosol. Nadal fought back from 2-1 down to send the match to a decider. But the world number 100 held his nerve, triumphing 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4. It's Nadal's earliest Grand Slam exit in seven years. Italy has advanced to the final of Euro 2012 with a 2-1 victory over Germany in Warsaw this morning. A first-half double from controversial striker Mario Balotelli laid the foundation for the upset win. Germany converted a late penalty to set up a frantic final few minutes but the Italians held on to set up a meeting with Spain in the decider. , The Italian fans are out and celebrating at brekkie central. Both of them are celebrating today. It has been a big night for the guys watching the game overnight. It will be a big night on Lygon Street. Absolutely. The coffee shops will be rocking this morning. Now to today's weather. , Face first, the kids are going nuts in the apple bobbing at the moment. Apple bobbing Apple bobbing with the fruit at the in the apple bobbing at the moment. star, we are outside Woolworths because it's their fresh fairs are happening. It's your chance to get behind the scenes. Chat to a lot of special experts that are coming special experts that are come. How is your head at the back there, poor old Jimmy with the bruise. That's because the apple is fresh and firm and it hurts. He is throwing it at them. This is getting hard core. I love a wonderful carnival atmosphere but you have some explaining to your teacher with that shirt and the state it's in. Let's look at the forecast. 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 low and trough are generating showers in eastern New South Wales and South-East Queensland. Northerly winds are strengthening over Victoria and Tasmania ahead of a front. This front is triggering showers and storms as it crosses southern South Australia. Cool onshore winds are causing showers in southern WA.

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it. Yes. Straight over the top. This has to be some sort of world record there. See you in half an hour. Reverse apple tossing. . # Call me, call me # On the line, call me, call me any, anytime. # Let's call this morning's winner. Remember, they need to pick up within five rings and give us the correct code word when we ask for it. They're in Queensland. Hello, is that Nga Haydon? , J