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(generated from captions) dishonest dough. The bakery accused of making getting ripped off. How you can avoid our navy like a taxi service. How the people smugglers are using for a long-range shot. COMMENTATOR: And Cooper's gone gracious me. Oh, my goodness, What a kick! its seventh straight victory. Queensland snatches The Duchess shines at Wimbledon. JUSTIN BIEBER: Hi. (SCREAMING) On the road with the global star. on Sunrise. Plus your chance to see him live (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, Hello and thanks for joining us. The details on Bieber are coming up. Also this morning - the group offering to pay your fines on Melbourne's trams. for not buying a ticket so we'll explain what it is. But there's a catch who's become a YouTube star Plus, the 9-year-old boy all thanks to a ping-pong ball. He'll be here live. , Imagine when he grows up, how good he will be at beer pong. of this Thursday. But we'll begin with the news Here's Nat. well into the night Queensland fans have celebrated decider. after a thrilling State of Origin Supporters were ecstatic in front as Cooper Cronk nudged the Maroons in the final minutes of the game. with a spectacular field goal That was all that was needed series win for the Queenslanders. to deliver the seventh straight to New South Wales fans The 1-point victory was a blow an end to their losing streak. who hoped this year would put a full game wrap in sport, shortly. And Berrets will have to Christmas Island 162 asylum seekers are on their way them from their stricken vessel. after the Australian Navy rescued yesterday morning The boat issued a distress call south of Indonesia. after encountering rough seas onto two navy ships The passengers were transferred and are being cared for by staff. carrying 200 asylum seekers capsized It comes two weeks after a boat killing 90 people. in Afghanistan A Perth-based SAS soldier killed as Sergeant Blaine Diddams. this week has been named as a devoted family man He's been remembered and professional soldier. Mining magnate Clive Palmer in Federal parliament. is continuing his push for a place Liberal National Party preselection He says he may seek in the seat of Kennedy Independent MP Bob Katter. which is currently held by popular I'd like to stand in a seat and I know them, where the people know me where we've got a long history. a very tough campaign, Bob Katter has fought and no doubt he'll want to move on. he's nearing 70 years of age now the seat of Fairfax Mr Palmer's also considering on the Sunshine Coast. against Treasurer Wayne Swan He'd previously planned to run in the seat of Lilley but was knocked back. will be sentenced Convicted murderer Max Sica in the Brisbane Supreme Court today. earlier this week The 41-year-old was found guilty ex-girlfriend and her two siblings. over the murders of his in the spa of their family home His victims were found of Bridgeman Downs in 2003. in the outer Brisbane suburb a 45-year prison sentence. Prosecutors will seek to Melbourne's Hoddle Street killer, authorities refuse parole Coming up -

worst mass-murderers. one of Australia's But first, here's Kochie. A quiet night on March A quiet night on markets because Dow Jones, Wall Street closed for A quiet night on markets because the the 4th of July, happy Independence Day for all our American viewers. Reports the European central bank will cut interest rates when it meets We had a pretty good day. Yesterday We had a pretty good We had a pretty good day.

Energy and metals generally down slightly. That's the spot price. The Euro did drop overnight. Despite all the criticism in some quarters, it seems the Federal governments hand outs have paid dividends. Retailers have enjoyed a much needed boost in May sales. Up 0. boost in May sales. Up 0.5% boost in May sales. Up 0.5%. Savanth Sebastian is with us. How would those retail sales have fared without that boost? You would hate to think but we did some numbers t looks like it would have been a growth of 0. have been a growth of 0.1 or 0. have been a growth of 0.1 or 0.2%. have been a growth of 0.1 or 0.2%

It may not have been the intended goal but those government hand

youths really provided businesses for a life line where activity levels have come off the boil. It was interesting to see that consumers were out there. I consumers were out there. I guess it accelerated planed purchases. It was electronics, computers, electrical goods in general that saw goods in general that saw lot of the strength. News agent, takeaway food outlets. So a real positive momentum shift. I think over the next few months, we will see a continued improvement. We will have to wait and see. Thank you, for that Savanth. Beretts has the sport. went desperately close New South Wales but couldn't stop Queensland Origin series from winning a seventh straight at Suncorp Stadium last night. the Blues back into the contest A freakish try from Josh Morris got deep in the second half. locked it up at 20-point apiece Todd Carney's conversion champion qualities once again, but the Maroons proved their though Cooper Cronk. snatching the win it's got plenty of distance. COMMENTATOR: Oh, gracious me. Oh, my goodness, What a kick! as one of the best Origin's, It'll go down in history it was so close - two great football sides. Origin farewell The win provided a fairytale Petero Civoniceva. for retiring legend to suffer short-term pain Richmond insist they're prepared to preserve their culture Daniel Connors following the sacking of of Dustin Martin. and the suspension after taking sleeping tablets. Both players missed training in a long list of indiscretions For Connors, it was the latest prompting the Tigers to axe the midfielder. Martin was also found to have consumed alcohol and has been banned for two matches. The Tigers tackle Melbourne this weekend. Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are set to do battle in a blockbuster Wimbledon semifinal. The world number one advanced to the semis with a straight-sets win over Florian Mayer. And Federer also impressed in a straight-sets win over Mikhail Youzhny. Andy Murray booked his spot in the last four with a 4-set win over David Ferrer. He'll take on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga who defeated Phillipp Kohlschreiber in four sets. Tour de France update, Cadel he have evens in 7th place. What a performance by Queensland. They are good. Who would have tipped that. Who would have, Nat? That was so far out. It was good. Well done. Sorry, we will just talk amongst our serves while they gloat. Mu tall back slapping. How long can we gloat for? Here is Grant. Computer games. Weather. Now. 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. , Gaming of the ages. We go back in time. We are talking the classics. The cool stuff when the Fonz was sweet. Boom. See you. Remember, pong. BHP, pong. sweet. Boom. See you. Remember, pong Pacman is the only one I remember. All right grapt, grapt Grant Ahead this Sunrise - cash-strapped drivers running on empty. But just how far can you really go in your car with the fuel light flashing? But next - solving the biggest question about life on earth. The scientists who found the 'God particle'. Hey, Philip, if China was a Macca's burger, what would it be? Ooh, the routine would start with... a crispy tender chicken breast. That's got the judges' attention. Freshly sliced cucumber, a drop of sweet chilli sauce. What about a drizzle? Call it a dollop. Plus creamy mayo and a seeded bun. What a dismount! The perfect 10. VOICEOVER: The new Beijing Chicken Burger. Race into Macca's now before they run out. so we are celebrating with street parties across the country. Friday, we are live from Hawthorn in Melbourne with a free breakfast and live performances from Johnny Ruffo. # Top of the world. # Timomatic. # Can you feel it. # And Justice Crew. # Boom, boom, boom. # Head to our website for more details and help us celebrate 10 years of waking up with friends. Only on Sunrise, Friday. Kolesnikova, It will be hip, hop and happening We'd love to see you tomorrow. , If you saw Justice Crew last night on 'Australia's Got Talent'. You are in for such a treat. You'll find us at Central Gardens, Henry Street, Hawthorn. There's a map with details on how to get there on our website. Scientists could barely contain their excitment as it was confirmed a particle that could form the building block of the universe had been discovered. Laurence McGinty reports it's taken researchers decades to find the Higgs Boson particle. If there were chandeliers in the auditorium at Lucerne laboratory, near Geneva, they would have been hanging from them. The place was packed to hear whether or not they'd found the illusive Higgs boson. The revelation, when it came, was in geek talk. Listen for five standard deviations. That means a discovery. They line up extremely well and in the region of 125GV, they combine to give us a combined significance of five standard deviations. (APPLAUSE) In the audience, Peter Higgs, who gave his name to particle he predicted would exist nearly 50 years ago. For me it's really an incredible thing that it's happened in my lifetime. It's taken... (APPLAUSE) The news that scientists here in London are hearing from Geneva , We have to find out which Higgs Boson this The news that scientists here in London are hearing from Geneva is that physicists at the Large Hadron Collider have discovered a new particle. They don't know for sure that it's the Higgs boson but as one physicist put it, "If it looks like a duck and talks like a duck, it is a duck". To find the Higgs boson, they first had to make them. In this tunnel, they accelerated particles called protons almost to the speed of light and then crashed them together, producing a shower of debris which they now know contains the footprints of the Higgs particle. Next, they'll turn their detectors to finding out the property of the Higgs boson, how it behaves. We know already that it looks very much like what we've been looking for but there are good reasons to believe that it will be even more interesting if it isn't exactly what we have been looking for. So that will be in no way a failure to find the Higgs - it will be finding a different Higgs. Nature would have chosen to do things a little bit differently than Peter Higgs did. That could mean that what's been unveiled today in Geneva is just the beginning of a new search that would tell us even more about what makes the universe we inhabit. , That is so good. It looks like a duck. Yeah! It looks like a duck. Yeah!. Steven Hawking overnight, Highnesses should get a Nobel Prize for this. It's that big. Remember Dr Karl was saying the other day, even though it's a bit rare fied and hard to understand, when they discovered the black hole in the union verse, that allowed wifi so all of this. I wonder what this Highnesses Boson will enable. I don't like your tone, young lady. Science stuff goes a little over my head. It's very very amazing. I will let you enjoy it. Still ahead - the people smugglers using our navy like roadside assistance. Plus, parole refused. Julian Knight, one of Australia's worst mass killers loses his fight to be released from a Melbourne jail. Queensland celebrates a historic seventh straight Origin series. Now, that's exciting! Now, that's exciting!. The reaction is next. 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. I love you Justin! He promised. Yes, for sure 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. And we've been inundated with questions about Sunrise's Justin Bieber concert. We'll be releasing more information, including how you can get tickets, after 7:00am. So keep watching. Yousefzada, Weaver done it so it's fair to everybody. That's why it has taken longer. Fair, safe, all of those factors that need to be highlighted. Begging on the Soapbox won't get you a ticket. It's there is a lot of begging. People from my old school asking " asking "will that help me get in? asking "will that help me get in?" Front-page news this morning - the Maroons making it seven in a row. The 'Courier-Mail' says it's great to be a Queenslander after the mighty Maroons won another State of Origin series. Sydney's 'Daily Telegraph' says the New South Wales players were bruised, bloodied and brave as they dragged their state into contention before going down by just one point. But for these Queenslanders a point is a point and that's a big excuse for a party. , Beretta, 7 in row is incredible.

You couldn't have scripted a decider for Origin to be better last night. It seriously had everything. Two things, stunning field drop goal that would do any Aussie Rules player proud I think. Bring back the

droppy, I reckon. Number two, can you explain to me what is a Shep heard and what is not a Shep heard and what is not a Shep heard. I looked at that at the time, I thought they will pull that up, the referees got it wrong. Even the Queensland commentators said it wasn't a drop. Call on the night and you go with it. Unbelievable. A credit to both sides and well done Queensland, outstanding. Rl the winner. Rl the Rl outstanding. Rugby league the Also making news - AFL's sleeping Tigers. Richmond has sacked midfielder Daniel Connors and suspended rising star Dustin Martin for missing training earlier this week after taking sleeping pills. Connors was shown the door after two other suspension in recent years for misbehaviour, so this incident was the last straw. , Sleeping in and being late for work, is it a sackable offence. It comes on the back of a lot of indiscretions. There is a lot of history there. It history there. It is history there. It is jugs a tough time in Justin's career. This is a line in the sand for the line in the sand for the Richmond footy club. They want to keep their cut footy club. They want to keep their cut cult, they cut cult, footy club. They want to keep their cut culture. So many years saying about the codes, come on, tough even, do something, I think you have to So many years saying about all of

applaud them. It's just It's applaud them. It's not just one time as you There's a new insurance scheme in Melbourne for fare evaders. For $20 a month, Tramsurance will cover any fines imposed for travelling without a valid ticket. The organiser is a 19-year-old University engineering student who says it's in protest against a crackdown on fare evasion. Based on a scheme already operating in Europe, Tramsurance promises to be cheaper than paying for regular travel. Would you take out insurance against being caught without a ticket? , Particularly if it's run by a 19-year-old engineering student. Would you pay your premium? Entrepreneurial though. Would it be illegal to encourage people to travel without a ticket. They will be looking into About Now. Drop us a note if you are a lawyer They will be looking into that Right

and you know. And here's a question - do you keep driving with the fuel warning light flashing? Cash-strapped drivers are running their cars on empty. Charities and motoring groups say Aussies are being forced to buy food and pay rent instead of filling up. Just last year, at least one driver a week ran out of petrol in Sydney's Harbour Tunnel. Tell us, how far do you drive with the fuel light on? And have your ever run out of petrol? , Lib can drive so she tells me 52. Lib can drive so she tells me 52.5 kilometres when the light goes on. She tells me. Imagine getting down to the half. That's impressive. Anyone here run out of fuel either. Once, in kings park in Perth when I was at uni. Was that planed? Didn't you run out on the harbour bridge? No, I blue a tyre on the bridge. I've had a lot of bad things happen to me in cars. We won't go there. Those nuns. Nat cleaned up a car load of nuns from her school in year News is next. And later, Octomum meets her match. She'll introduce us to her new man. And boy, does he have a lot on his hands. They're live and exclusive. Some kids don't get to play. Millions of kids won't get to go to school. Some kids won't have a fifth birthday.

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Nick, the Victorian Parole Board says Knight is still a danger to the community? ,, That's their assessment, it's based on a number of factors, the most important I guess is the psychiatric and psychological reports that have been done on him. They have decided that he is not in anyway rehabilitate and is still a danger. Other factors that are taken into account are behaviour while in prison. He has been a considered a notorious troublemaker in gaol and he has been declared a vehicles Asian litigant by the Supreme court u because his legal actions in court have cost the State Government have cost the State Government about $ have cost the State Government about $400,000. The parole board also said that there is no chance of him being granted parole in the foreseeable future. He was given quite a lenient sentence, 27 years minimum for murdering seven people and injuring 19 others, this decision is being regarded really as a great relief for Victorians. I am sure, thank you very More than 2,000 jobs at Queensland Rail are set to be axed as the State Government moves to cut the workforce by 30%. Senior executives who earn an average $370,000 a year will be among those in the firing line. The Transport Minister says the major changes follow a review into the Government-owned organisation's 'bloated corporate office'. A driver has had a lucky escape in Sydney after rolling his car in the city's south. The Holden Commodore slipped in wet conditions and collided with a gutter before flipping onto its roof. The driver managed to get himself out of the vehicle and was assessed by paramedics at the scene. Accused murderer Jonathan Stenberg will face a Sydney court today. The 46-year-old has been charged with beheading his neighbour Edward Kelly in northern New South Wales. Stenberg, who is a former army engineer, was arrested on the outskirts of Darwin after a large police hunt. He was extradited to Sydney yesterday to face the charges. The Brumby's bakery chain has been forced to issue an apology after it was caught encouraging its franchisees to use the carbon tax as an excuse to raise prices. I'd caution Brumby's to be very careful 'cause this is exactly the sort of thing the ACCC has been warning about. Brumby's parent company says the chain's general manager was acting outside its standard policy. In finance news: , You would have to be pretty stupid to put it in write, wouldn't you. Hang on. I am not saying you should be doing but... Definitely not write it down. You know what I mean. Wall Street closed for the 4th jurl, public closed for the 4th jurl, closed for the 4th July public holiday. Time for sport with Beretts. Tip of the day, Kochie, never put it in Queensland has given retiring prop Petero Civoniceva the perfect farewell gift - a seventh straight Origin series triumph. The Maroons scored a gripping and sometimes spiteful 1-point win over the Blues at Suncorp Stadium last night. Josh Morris gave the visitors hope when he scored a brilliant try in the corner and Todd Carney's sideline conversion levelled the scores but the fight-back came to nothing when Cooper Cronk booted a late field goal. COMMENTATOR: And Cooper's gone for a long-range shot. Oh, it's got plenty of distance. Oh, my goodness, gracious me. What a kick! , It , It will go down in the best Origins. It will go down in history as one of Ricky Stuart says it's too early to say whether he'll coach the Blues next year. Carlton has finally received some welcome news with star on-baller Marc Murphy confident he'll be ready to return from a shoulder injury next week. The struggling Blues take on premiership heavyweights Collingwood tomorrow night and under-seige coach Brett Ratten says he's relishing the challenge of reviving Carlton's season. The Magpies are set to welcome back gun midfielder Scott Pendelbury. Aussie rider Matt Goss has finished fourth to German Andre Greipel in stage four of the Tour de France overnight. Sprint king Mark Cavendish was caught up in a crash 2.7km from the finish, ending his chances of victory. There was no change in the overall standings - Cadel Evans remains in seventh, 17 seconds behind leader Fabian Cancellara. Now to today's weather. Beretts, I'm concentrating. Did you see my dollar down there, mate, I'm next. You can't go on this machine just yet. Look at the classic, look at this. How ordinary is this compared to today's gaming. But the memories. It's one of the Pioneers, dam you gorilla. These greats started an industry that is worth just simple concepts but in the day with such high-tech, yes - now 80% industry that is worth Bazillions,

of the population is involved in gaming. Kochie, you know the sides of it, it's immense. I will have to let that play but it's the classics. It's the Pacman, the Pioneer, the Microsofts and your Apples, it wasn't without the foundations of some simplistic games. It was like poker machines and it's the foundations that created today's gaming which is on a scale that is beyond anything we have ever seen. We are going to see some new technology that you are going to love as we celebrate the Masters of gaming. Let's look at the forecast right around 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 trough is drawing a gusty southerly change and showers along the New South Wales coast. Cool south-westerly winds are continuing to generate isolated light showers over southern Victoria. A large high is keeping the remainder of the nation dry. Brisbane, partly cloudy. Possible showers tomorrow and for the rest of the week. Sydney, isolated showers. Showers to continue all week, clearing by Monday. Early frost and sunshine in Canberra. Frosty and fine tomorrow and until Sunday. Partly cloudy on Monday. Melbourne, possible showers. Cloudy conditions tomorrow. Fine on the weekend. Showers early next week. Hobart, partly cloudy. Cloudy tomorrow. Mostly sunny on the weekend. Cloud returning on Monday. Mostly sunny in Adelaide. Clear skies until Saturday. Partly cloudy early next week. Fine in Perth. Showers developing tomorrow and will continue all week. Darwin, sunny and windy. Sunny and warm tomorrow and onwards. Game Masters, Fed Square. Some classic consoles, look at the machinery and hardware. We are going back in time. The game boy, the original donkey Kooyong that came out in a hand console. Look at thing. We are talking about nin ten out in a hand console. Look at that Dow, we are bringing back some great memories. Commodore 64. I had a Commodore 64. I was impressed when I became a programmer. I could make my name come up on the screen and flash. That took me three days of program to go do. 64k is the memory. Do you know what it is. 8 gig is your standard memory. That's 64K, a standard computer is 131,000 times stronger than a Commodore 64. In fact, all of these bar the Commodore 64, all of these together, would not even come up to a standard iPhone in power. Isn't that amazing. That's incredible. I am Traumatised that I played with and played with, is now in a museum. I'm feeling so old. Thanks. Living history. We are all getting After the break, the exploding iPhone caught on camera. What's the risk of your mobile doing the same? And the video to save a life. The man waiting for an organ transplant and his final plea for your help. VOICEOVER: Change. It's a moving beast. You can't stop it or pretend it's not happening. You've got to run with it. Make it your best friend. In Australia, we're lucky.

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To Breaking News now on Sunrise. We're just getting in pictures from Brisbane of a house fire. It's in the suburb of Greenslopes, where a property is well alight. Fire crews are there. We'll have more details in a live report soon. We've heard many inspiring stories of people saved by organ donation. But there are so many more still waiting. 20-year-old Will Chapman will die if he doesn't receive a heart and lung transplant within months. With the help family and friends, he's made a moving video to encourage everyone to think about the issue. , I am living with heart and lung failure. Without a heart and double lung transplant, I won't make Christmas. Without a heart and double lung transplant, my disease is terminal. With Australia's organ donor rates, people waiting for transplants face a harsh reality. Please, save my son. Please help Please help and save my boy. Celebs like Nathan Hindmarsh, Kirk Pengilly and Ada Nicodemou have got on board. The YouTube video is generating thousands of hits. Will is currently in isolation at his Sydney home. But he's talking to us this morning via Skype. Will, how are you feeling? I've seen better day, Kochie. Just tell us, just share with us just what your condition does to at the moment? just what your condition does to you Um, at present, the main symptoms are incredible Brettlessness, I'm playinged by chronic fa feeling. I hold a lot of fluid so I can gain about 3 kilos in one day and then lose 3 lose 3 kilos the next day. It's a burden on my entire familiarly. Now my parents have my parents have left their careers and their career now is caring for me continue standly to make sure nothing transpires in an individual day. What have doctors told you about your prognosis? My prognosis is positive. Hopefully if the day does arise and I do get the call, there is potential for me to live many more years and live successfully which is what we are all hoping for but we try not to consider of course, remaining positive is the key thing for us. So, we try and remain positive and not think of the day where if the call doesn't come, where if it doesn't come for a lot of people on the list, but so, yeah. What is the message you would like to get out there to all Australians? To all Australians, I would like you to discuss organ donation with your family because unfortunately I, the policies that the government have in place at the moment are virtually fertile until the moment arises, the tick in the licence or the registration means nothing so discuss it with your family. It canning overruled and I hope that no-one ever gets put are in a position where they have to become an organ donor but the way us humans live, that's unfortunately I those circumstances are unavoidable so justice kus it and if tradgely, some of those circumstances does transpire, I hope that the donor's wishes do shine through. They can give the gift of life to somebody else. Will, all the best, mate. Our prayers are with you you know, you are in great hands mate. Our prayers are with you and because Australian hospitals have a huge success right. Almost 100% success rate on transplants if we can get a donor. To see the video in full and share Will's message, just go to our website and, we will keep monitoring Will and keep you up to date. But you know the one person that can help will in New South Wales, is the premier, Barry O'Farrell. Take a look at this. These are the organ statistics state by state. Take a look at the left. That is New South Wales. It has the lowest donation rate in Australia and it's going down. Why? Because as Will said, this RTA organ donation register, it sounds like a good idea but it is the biggest roadblock to getting transplants in New South Wales. 100 people are dying, needlessly every year because the government will not dismantle it. It's on the agenda for cabinet. It has been dropped the last couple of months. Barry O'Farrell, put it on, get rid of the register and save lives like Will's. It's down to you. Klild Here's Mel. There are new reports this morning of iPhones overheating. A 17-year-old boy from Finland was caught on CCTV camera when his iPhone reportedly combusted. The device was in his back pocket when it started to smoke. He was quick enough to remove it and walk away. The reason for this incident is still unknown. Editor of CNET Australia, tech expert Seamus Byrne, joins me now. tr, I am a little sceptical when I see that video. It does look a bit fake. But, it's not the first time we have heard that phones can explode, is it? Yeah, you are right. That particular video just looks all to perfect in the way it's set up. It may be that something has happened but it looks suspicious at the moment. There have been other incident. In Australia last year, there was an incident on a Rex flight where an iPhone did blow up. It turned out when they investigated it that it was chbt directly Apple's fault. It was an manufacturing fault. It was something that someone had done a dodgy repair job on it. So these often these extra factors mean it's hard to know what might hard to know what might have caused it, even if this was a phone that blue up. Are you aware of any cases where a phone has just exploded, completely randomly on its own without having some sort of repair? There are Samsung is currently investigating their latest phone after there had been a reported incident. The thing about that one, it seemed to have caused like a slight heat fire near the USB on it. There have been some cases slight heat fire near the USB plug where it's still unsure of exactly what caused it. The biggest issue around phones is attributed to the battery, the ligt yum iron batteries can heat up and cause explosions. We have seen that in laptop, the same style of battery system has caught fire after some weird thing has happened. Is there anything particular we should do to make our phones safe. You chuck them around now. Should you be looking after them more. It's a complety serious computer these days. Caring about whether you leave it sitting out in the sun all day or day or things like that, or just making sure you try to keep it cool and keep it in the shade, but also just and keep it in the shade, but also just never taking it to a dodge ri repairer because I think getting official repairs done makes a big difference for something that is so powerful. And has this potential. Great, we appreciate your Do you know someone who's making a big difference in the community? They could be a contender for the next Australian of the Year. Actor Geoffrey Rush holds the honour now but nominations are now open for the 2013 awards. Adam Gilchrist is not only a cricketing legend, he's also chair of the Australia Day Council. And he joins us from Melbourne. Gilly, what kind of people are you looking for? , Good morning, we are looking for

anyone really who inspires any Australian. It doesn't need to be

anyone really who inspires any other specific to any category. We have had musicians, entertainer, Ex poll digs, businessmen, some sports men, and a whole host of other areas of expertise and as I say, it's someone who inspires you and the great thing about this award, Nat, is that anyone can nominate anyone else. So just how important would you the Australian of the year awards are) So just how important would you say

Well, we at the Day Council think it's a fantastic Well, we at the national Australia award. It's recognising the Excellency in Australia and people that are contributing to our nation. It's about making our nation, whether it's a local community or the nation as a whole, a better place. A great place to live. We all know that. We all appreciate Australia and all the wonderful values and conditions that we have here. So it's about acknowledging the efforts of those people that try to increase this as an even better place to be. There is always feedback after There is always feedback after it's announced. Sometimes there is criticism but if you want to get involved, if people want to get involved now and shape this award, how do they do it? You are right. Sometimes there is criticism. My question is, to anyone who does question the recipient, did you nominate, if you didn't, get out there. The best way is to do it, on-line. Or go and the major sponsor of these awards, the Commonwealth Bank and pick up a nomination form there. It's pretty simple. As I say, just ask yourself, is there someone out there out there who you want to shine a light on and show their Ex Excellency and their contribution to our nation. It is a great idea. We will put that link on our website as , Good to talk to you. Back to Kochie and News is coming up. Then dishonest dough. Brumby's feels the heat over plans to cash in from the carbon tax. And, he's coming to Australia? Comedian Will Ferrell is heading Down Under for his new movie we'll tell you when. As we take a look at Brisbane , A live report on the fire is coming up. VOICEOVER: Kmart has truckloads of toys at low prices.

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completely burnt out. There is also a car and a trailer on the front lawn and they are also completely burned out. At this point, Nat, we don't know what caused the fire we will keep you up to date within the next hour when more don't know what caused the fire but

the next hour when more news come to hand. You wouldn't want to be in those houses next door, there are evacuations? Do we know that? Just the homes on either side are being evacuated, as you can see, they are sos close to that home. That's really a huge blaze that is burning. Here in Queensland, many people live in the timber homes. A couple of Queenslanders there, they do go up very quickly. like I said, no-one at this point has been injured the the do go up very quickly. Fortunately

has been injured the has been injured the firefighters do look like they are able to manage it. It may be put out within an Two Australian Navy ships have rescued 162 asylum seekers after they issued a distress signal from their boat yesterday morning. The vessel hit rough seas south of Indonesia. The passengers are now on their way to Christmas Island and are being cared for by navy staff. This latest rescue comes two weeks after 90 people drowned when their boat capsized on its way to Australia. The man responsible for Melbourne's Hoddle Street massacre has been refused parole and told he has little hope of ever being released. The Victorian Parole Board ruled Julian Knight was still a danger to the community following the 1987 attack. Knight was given seven life sentences for shooting dead seven people as they drove along the Melbourne road. The 44-year-old is eligible for release in 2014 but the board decision removes any chance of him being freed in the near future. The latest Australian digger to die in Afghanistan has been officially named as Sergeant Blaine Diddams. The 40-year-old is being remembered as a devoted family man and professional soldier. They called him a soldier's soldier but Sergeant Blaine Diddams was also a devoted family man, married with a son and daughter. A much loved son, and brother. Now, that loving family is left to mourn their loss. Known affectionately as 'Didds', the SAS regiment soldier and his patrol flew into Afghanistan's Chora Valley early on Monday. Their target, a local Taliban commander. Once on the ground they were fired on by insurgents. Sergeant Diddams suffered a chest wound. Sadly, despite the best efforts of all, attempts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful. It was the 40-year-old's 7th tour to Afghanistan since 2001. He'd previously deployed to Somalia, East Timor and the Solomon Islands. A career for which the proud digger had received several honours and awards. This was a warrior. Sergeant Diddams was the first Australian soldier killed since October last year, when three troops were shot by an insurgent dressed as a local officer, and the 33rd Australian fatality since the conflict began. All of our 1,500 troops are due to be withdrawn from Afghanistan by 2014. Police in Chicago have taken part in an unusual pursuit- The frightened pooch dodged state troopers for an hour before he was finally caught by a professional. He was so pooped out by the time I got him. He just let me pick him up. The dog suffered dehydration and a cut on his paw but is expected to make a full recovery. Vets are now trying to track down his owner. Coming up - the simple way to extend your life by 20 years. But first here's Kochie. , You could reach 100, Kochie.

Are you saying I'm 80 already, not quite! In finance news: , Wall Street closed for the 4 July Independence Day holiday. The European central bank meeting tonight. , Sport now here's Beretts. Queensland has clinched an unprecedented seventh straight Origin series with a dramatic win over the Blues at Suncorp Stadium last night. A Cooper Cronk field goal was all that separated the sides at the end of 80 minutes. They're just made for Origin. Like Darren Lockyer last year, Petero Civoniceva leaves the arena as a winner. The Blues shattered for a seventh year. The cauldron boiled over. Again, the natives getting restless. Morris did force it 8-0 to New South Wales. It was the start Ricky Stuart wanted until his hooker saw stars. Robbie Farah stunned but he somehow recovered just in time to see the Maroons hit back. Thurston - they've got an overlap. There's a chance for Boyd. Johnathan Thurston made it worse. Got the ball back to Thurston. Thurston scores. A third straight to Queensland was hard to take. Hannant ran a decoy. Hodges! Hodges scores. The Blues claimed interference by the decoy runner, the video ref disagreed. (CROWD CHEERS) It is a try to Queensland. Robbie Farah fired back. Puts a little kick in. Stewart! Stewart has scored. It was the lift they needed Then Farah found a flying Josh Morris. Morris over the top! Carney converted from the touchline. but from 40m out Cooper Cronk sealed it for Queensland. Oh, it's got plenty of distance. Oh my goodness, gracious me, what a kick! It was a monster kick, the killer blow that gave the Maroons their seventh straight series, New South Wales beaten by one point. in a blockbuster Wimbledon semifinal. The world number one advanced to the semis with a straight-sets win over Florian Mayer. And Federer also impressed in a straight-sets win over Mikhail Youzhny. Andy Murray booked his spot in the last four with a 4-set win over David Ferrer. He'll take on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga who defeated Phillipp Kohlschreiber in four sets. If you went to State of Origin at sun co-operate. You would need to lie down. No doubt about it. A Tony lie down. No doubt about it. A lie down. No doubt about it. A tab sports bet, $ sports bet, $4. sports bet, $4.5 million was bet and Queensland winning at $ Queensland winning at $1. Queensland winning at $1.75. , I just got into the super zone, time

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Just, I need to finish offer the collection. I've got four more games after that If you have a game console, in your cupboard, under the stairs, get it, it's worth An investigation is underway this morning into national bakery chain Brumby's over concerns it planned to jack up prices and blame the carbon tax. A leaked internal memo to franchisees refers to a review of price rises and goes on to say let the carbon tax take the blame. Brumby's parent company Retail Food Group has apologised and described the comments as foolish, ill-considered and an unacceptable error of judgement. The Government says Brumby's behaviour is reprehensible and precisely what the consumer watchdog is looking out for. The ACCC's Michael Schaper joins us now. Good morning, Michael. , What now for Brumby's? Well, Kochie, as we said last week when we talked about this last time, businesses are always free to move their prices but they can't mislead consumers about the causes of those prize rises. As you were just messengering there, this memo seems to indicate that there's a perhaps here to raise its prices and blame it on the carbon tax without genuinely or reasonably being able to show that there is a link between the two. We have had a look at the moment owe. We have been in moment owe. We have been in touch with Brumby, we with Brumby, we are investigating it. Are you going to take the big stick to them, are you going to make an exam of them The range of penalties, does range from very simple once for businesses that make innocent mistakes on a small scale and work with us to rectify them. We can issue infringement notices for firms issued on the stock exchange. We can issue penalty notices of up to $ issue penalty notices of up to $66,000. We can take it to court where the penalties range up to $ where the penalties range up to $1. where the penalties range up to $1.1 million for instance deny. So you are investigating it. You don't know what you are going to at the moment. What else are you don't know what you are going to do getting? Are people ringing the hot line because I've got to say, I drive around a lot. I listen to radio. There are some claims being made, fridgees are radio. There are some incredible going to double in price. And cooling cabinets in cafes will quadruple in price because of the KAK There are a couple of things we do know are going up. Electricity, that's one of them. Prefridge rant gases, will go up. What impact that has on a business, in terms of its retail prices something that to be worked out, business by business. We have had quite a few retail prices something that needs

complaints into our 1303, 609 hot line. When we look at them in detail, we realise that the claims and counter-claims get murky and confused. When you talk to the trader, it's actually much simpler and they have actually been telling the very clear story about what they are doing. Most businesses doing the right thing. Most businesses are doing the right thing, Kochie. That's the good news. That's what we want to here. All right, mate, good to see after parting ways with midfielder Daniel Connors and suspending rising star Dustin Martin. The pair missed training on Tuesday morning after taking sleeping pills the night before. Alcohol was also involved. We've set high standards. We want to be the best club in the AFL and unfortunately both players haven't lived up to that. Repeat offender Connors only recently returned to action in Round 12. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells is in Melbourne. Good morning. Nick, this is quite a hardline approach, isn't it? Look, it is, a very hardline approach really for what is essentially the offence of two guys showing up late for work. But there seems to be very different factors at play where the two players are concerned. Daniel Conors is a player who is regarded as someone who rasn't really lived up to potential in the senior ranks but off field has a laupd ri field of miss steps and anti-social behaviour. It seems that it just reached the point where he was more trouble than he was worth to the club. Dustin Martin on the other hand, is considered really a rising star of the game who could be one of the greats in the future if he continues to develop. So for him, it seems to be a him, it seems to be a case that the club is really trying to nip a problem in the bud before it becomes a big one and give him the chance to pull his socks up and hopefully go on to have a long and fruitful career. What sort of re What sort of reaction has been there? By and large, the relax has been, look, this is a really harsh response but maybe the club this time is getting it right. Football history in recent years has been re pleat with cases of footballers being given chance after chance after chance, only to see them go on and ruin their own lives and careers. You don't have to look any further than Brendan Fevola or Ben Cousins to wonder if their clubs had taken a similar line early in the piece with them, it all might have been turned out a little bit differently. So, it's sort of seen as a message to young as a message to young players, not only at that club but around the league. It's being received as a pretty good message. Given we have all been pretty contradict to criticise clubs for not being tough not being tough enough. Maybe this will change this. The timing of all of this. We have been talking about athletes taking sleeping pills quite a lot recently. Obviously then being banned during the Olympic Games. So, having these in the news headlines? Exactly. The timing is quite uncanny but it could be the case that perhaps this is a whole serious of events that - - shall series of events, unveiling the facts that it has events, unveiling the facts that it has become a problem, of elite athletes taking sleeping pills. Grant Hackett was of course the key case here, very recently. The Olympic swimming team has banned these drugs and now obviously football teams are going to start looking at that too. All right Nick, good to talk to you. Thank you very after winning its seventh straight series in the biggest Origin clash in history. It was a strong start for New South Wales But the Maroons hit back and put on a spectacular performance at Suncorp Stadium. Thursday tonne, Ingliss, then it's gone to Parker. Got the ball back to Thursday tonne. gone to Parker. Got the ball back to

he A career kick from Blues' player Todd Carney made it 20-20 in the second half. But a long-range field goal from Cooper Cronk sealed the deal for Queensland. Cooper has gone for a long-range shot. It has plenty of goodness, what Joining me now are Blues legend Scott Hill and Maroons legend Billy Moore. Good morning to you both. What a game and what a series. Well done, Billy. Were you on the edge of your seat? Yeah, Kochie, it was magnificent wasn't it? Hard to be humble when you are a Queenslander morning but what we saw last night, what we last night, another page was what we saw last night, what we saw in the Alans of State of Origin as the greatest sporting contest of the last night, another page was written

world, 21-20, what a fantastic game of football. Scott hill, hard to be humble if you are a Queenslander. Goodness me, give me a clip around the ears from me. He needs it, I am about to elbow him. He needs it, I am about to elbow him A great start from news New South Wales, just Wales, just tell us what else they could have done It's the fundamentals that Queensland do year in year out. They know how to do it so well. I think that's something that New South Wales lacked last night. They were 8-0 up but at times during the game, they kicked the ball out on the full. They had Tony Williams run close to the sidelines run out. So it's those fundamentals that Queensland never make those mistakes. Again I thought, it's that spine they talk about, the one, the six, the 7 and the 9. they have the best spine in the competition and they produce six, the 7 and the 9. Queensland

consistently. I thought they touched the ball the most and you look New South Wales, Robbie Farah was the ball the most and you look at probably the only one of South Wales spine that were in the game at all last night. probably the only one of the New

Billy, speaking of the spine. Two penalties from Thurston, but Cooper crank was a big star. He is a big game player, Kochie. He always produces on the biggest days. That was last night. Mate, Greg Ingliss, the number one revelation, we lose Slater, we replaced him with a hack called Greg Ingliss. Cameron Smith, he will go down as the greatest number 96 all time. Scott has eluded to the spine. Ourselves was brilliant, but I would like to make a special mention to Petro Civoniceva, the great man goes out a winner. What a fantastic way to send off one of the greatest players rugby league has proud. He is a off one of the greatest players that great player. He can walk away knowing he has done everything in the game he possibly can. He goes out a winner in State of Origin. I will let you go and have a good lie down after a big night. I appreciate you getting up early for Sunrise. Here is Mel. The Getting early or staying up late. We will see how that works out. A new study has found that eating less could be the secret to living longer. A group of scientists studying genetics and lifestyle factors believe eating 40% less food could prolong a person's life by 20 years. Studies on rats and fruit flies found they lived longer when their food intake was reduced. And scientists believe the same treatment would also work for humans. For more I'm joined by dietitian Susie Burrell. Good morning. Susie, why would eating less help us to live longer? 40% is a big reduction for a lot of people. That's the key message, it is significantly less. The ruins are we think the cells have to work more efficiently when they have less calorie ace round, some of the key hormones, instance Lynne doesn't age the cells as quickly. Then the more we eat, the more likely we are to have extra weight on, associate the issues Leichhardt disease and some types of cancer is the reason that many of us die before we should. Good, OK what do you reckon? What do we eat if we want to avoid ageing? 40% fewer calories is almost eliminating half of our daily food, no snacks, a salad for no snacks, a salad for lunch, maybe a few nuts in the afternoon, and then a very small serve of meat and vegetabless. Most people would find it difficult, you are looking back at cutting back your portion sizes or the amount of food that you eat. A lot of us would really struggle to do that in general. Yeah, there are as you say, exercise and all of those good healthy things that we actually know what we should be doing but we don't do enough. One of the most powerful things is to reduce stress. That's very important for looking after our health. Getting plenty of sleep and eating fresh fruit and vegetables. Will be a big starting point. We will dream on. Good to talk to you. Here is Kochie. The Duchess of Cambridge has held court at Wimbledon. Kate and Prince William were in the royal box at centre court overnight. COMMENTATOR: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge make their way back in to take their seats in the front row of the royal box. Kate paid homage to tennis styles from the 1920s with a cream-pleated cable-knit dress by Alexander McQueen. She's worn it before on a trip to Canada. But it was a battle of the Wimbledon wardrobes as the cameras caught glimpses of Andy Murray's girlfriend Kim Sears. And, in contrast to Kate, Kim was dressed down in a denim shirt with minimal hair and make-up. And with Kate and Kim on show, the fashionistas are asking who looked better? Have your say. You so have been studying this! They have been asking who looked better. Kim is not going to be Queen one day. She doesn't have to dress up the but she does. That's your classic tennis outfit, I love it. I liked the other one but that's a little too played down played. She knows she will be on the TV. She is there with her partner, that's her thing. The other girl, what is her name Kim should have stepped two up a Kim. bit. That's harsh, Nat. Were That's harsh, Nat. Beretts, are you happy. They have just nailed it. You are so full of BS. , Tell us what you think. I love listening to him talk fashion. The Sunrise Cash Call has jackpotted. There's $20,000 on the line next and we could be calling you. Then, the people smugglers using our navy like roadside assistance. Are we being hoodwinked? Plus, on tour with Justin Bieber. (SCREAMING) JUSTIN BEIBER: Hi. Now it's your turn to see him live on Sunrise. Some kids don't get to play. Millions of kids won't get to go to school. Some kids won't have a fifth birthday. On July 25... ..we're asking everyone... ..to give just $1. From those who can for those who can't. It's that simple. $1 Day, when everyone counts. CHILD: Go to onedollarday.org or call 1800 ONE DOLLAR. In ten minutes, how you can get hands on tickets for his live In ten minutes, how you can get your performance. You just need to say his name and the screaming begins. Fire crews are battling a house fire south of Brisbane this morning. Emergency services were called to the Greenslopes address just after 6:00am. They arrived to find the 2-storey wooden home fully alight. The occupants managed to get out before the blaze took hold of the property. Two neighbouring houses are under threat as firefighters struggle to bring the flames under control. 12 people have been taken to hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation following a toxic fire in Sydney's north-west. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholemew is at the scene in Castle Hill. Edwina, how are the rest of the residents coping? Well, Nat, they are shocked to say the least. This fire is out now at the apartments on Old Northern Road, Castle Hill but the residents the least. This fire is out now here

have been told they may not be able to return to their homes for the next 2 days. Many are huddled in the church haul. Around 40 were evacuated around 5 o'clock this morning, many of them elderlying, including an 94-year-old woman. 12 people were taken to hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. Here is what some of them had to say this morning. Stairs, like the evacuation stairs from level one downstairs, it was way too smokey so we had to take the lift. We just kept opening the doors and we saw smoke coming out of the floors and from the roof. We went outside, from the basement, we saw a lot of smoke. I originally thought it was upstairs. It voz through the vent. upstairs. It voz through the upstairs. It voz through upstairs. It voz upstairs. It upstairs. It rose through the , It is believed a car was set alight. There is substantial damage to one flat, one lane of the road still enclosed and police are 162 asylum seekers are on their way to Christmas Island after the Australian Navy rescued them from their stricken vessel. The boat issued a distress call yesterday morning after encountering rough seas south of Indonesia. and are being cared for by staff. Immigration authorities have accused people smugglers of treating the Australian navy like the NRMA - telling asylum boat captains to phone for help hours after leaving Indonesian ports. West Australian Police hold serious concerns for a 62-year-old woman who's been missing for 10 days. Veronica Messina was last seen in Kalgoorlie at a Bunnings hardware store. Officers say her home was left unlocked and her car dumped at the city's airport but she wasn't booked on any flights. Her bank accounts haven't been touched since she disappeared. Mining billionaire Clive Palmer isn't giving up on his bid for Federal Parliament despite being knocked back for Wayne Swan's seat of Lilley. Mr Palmer says he isn't put off by an apparent lack of support from Opposition Leader Tony Abbott. I've been a member of the Liberal-National parties a lot longer than Tony Abbott has been and I've been to a lot more conferences than he's been and have participated in much more policy than he's been.

He knows that and I'm sure he'll take my advice on certain things. Mr Palmer, who's in Tahiti on business, says he might run for a seat on the Sunshine Coast or in north Queensland. New South Wales went desperately close but couldn't stop Queensland from winning a seventh straight Origin series at Suncorp Stadium last night. A freakish try from Josh Morris got the Blues back into the contest deep in the second half. Todd Carney's conversion locked it up at 20-point apiece but the Maroons proved their champion qualities once again, snatching the win though Cooper Cronk. COMMENTATOR: Oh, it's got plenty of distance. Oh, my goodness, gracious me. What a kick! It'll go down in history as one of the best Origin's, it was so close - two great football sides. The win provided a fairytale Origin farewell for retiring legend Petero Civoniceva. Aussie rider Matt Goss has finished fourth to German Andre Greipel in stage four of the Tour de France overnight. Sprint king Mark Cavendish was caught up in a crash 2.7km from the finish, ending his chances of victory. There was no change in the overall standings - Cadel Evans remains in seventh, 17 seconds behind leader Fabian Cancellara. , Let's go to weather right now with Grant. GD, you are in games Grant. GD, you are in games Heaven this morning. Beretts, just dig Beretts, just Beretts, just dig, this this is I am Messrs I have games have Beretts, just dig, this this is how become, it's no longer sitting in front of a screen and shaking your thumbs. You are doing the wind mill, you Shah shaking what your mama gave you for points, to outdo the dude next to you. This doesn't look weared by any chance It looks like it's in his genes. It's on no you. Let's have a 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 trough is drawing a gusty southerly change and showers along the New South Wales coast. Cool south-westerly winds are continuing to generate isolated, light showers over southern Victoria. A large high is keeping the remainder of the nation dry. , it's not only that, it's the hand control ofs of how you could do these things, you don't have a console. So did you shall it will there you go, just a swipe of your hand, bang, and you are back on the dance floor, just rocking out. 90,000 points, Tim our producer got which says maybe possibly focuses on social activity, not enough work. We have always thought that. He has the moves. He has got rhythm in his bones. All right. Most popular video game ever? 'Super Mario'? Right. $ Right. $262 million units of 'Super Mario'. There you go. You can spend all of this money on that if you like. Let's make an important phone call. The Cash Call has jackpotted with $20,000 on the line this morning. Let's call our winner. Remember, they need to pick up within five rings and give us the co