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Soldier on, busy people. fight against assault charges. Lawyers step up Matthew Newton's to bring the net to its knees today. The computer bug threatening Find out if you're at risk. Roger Federer wins Wimbledon in misery. as Andy Murray's dream ends in the next generation. How kids will be learning new love nest. Behind the gates of Liz and Shane's (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Nat. From Brekky Central, and welcome to a new week. Good morning Well, the King is back. sisters, Kate and Pippa, Even the world's most famous stop the 'Fed Express'. couldn't help Andy Murray , Equalling Sam practices's sichb titles is just stunning and he is 30. Wimbledon title It's Roger Federer's seventh right now. And Sam has more on that the world number one ranking. and he's regained

Andy Murray Britain's tennis champion has broken down in tears Roger Federer following his loss to Swiss great in this year's Wimbledon final. in front of a royal crowd, After putting up a strong fight Murray went down in four sets. Despite his heart-breaking loss their emotional hero. the nation celebrated Wimbledon slam, After winning his seventh the title of world number one. Roger Federer has reclaimed men's Wimbledon final in sport. We'll have a full wrap up on the the search for a missing scuba diver Emergency crews will resume this morning. off Victoria's south coast Police admit 42-year-old Karen Lee alive there is little chance of finding off Point Lonsdale after she disappeared during a dive Saturday afternoon. from a fellow diver She became separated to the surface. while they were coming back scoured the coast Divers and helicopter crews any sign of the woman. but have failed to find Two of the three men feared dead in Papua New Guinea in a helicopter crash have been identified. Russell Aitken 42-year-old Melbourne pilot onboard the Bell 206 chopper is one of two Australians who were Southern Highlands on Friday. when it came down in the country's is also missing. New Zealander Antony Annan have hampered efforts Thick fog and rugged terrain to find the wreckage. Life Saver Rescue Helicopters Mr Aitken was a pilot with Westpac for more than 10 years and helped rescue trapped residents Black Saturday bushfires. during Victoria's to front a Sydney court this morning Matthew Newton's lawyer are expected over his assault charges. with a taxidriver It's alleged he had an argument last December over an $8 meter charge before punching him in the head. he was suffering side effects Newton's lawyer said from the medication he was taking and obsessive compulsive disorder. for bipolar assault charges in the US The 35-year-old is also facing after an incident at a Miami hotel. being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes The rate of Australians is on the rise. being diagnosed every 5.5 minutes. A year ago, one person was Today, it's every five minutes, discovering they have the disease. meaning 290 Australians each day are if the rate of growth continues Experts say of treating the disease by 2030 the cost the entire Federal Budget. will take up My goodness, they are shocking statisticss today. for a price rise in burials Shortly - the carbon tax blamed being ripped off? but are grieving families But first, here's Kochie. In finance news: , Wall Street over the weekend, down

124 points, terrible jobs figures showing that maybe the US may not be recovering actually. The recovery could be actually stalling. European markets were crunched as well. We closed the week on the All Ords and the ASX 200 200 down 11 points. Commodities, all down over the weekend, following those US figures. last week, After so many top-shelf indicators some of the second tier indicators investors will be focused on over the coming week. Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. in finance? What's happening this week Look, smaller pieces of the puzzle but they will help to provide a better picture of the domestic economy. Today we get the ANZ job figures coming out. Tomorrow the business confidence numbers. We have seen that business conditions have fallen to their weakest levels in three years. They should rebound. On Wednesday, consumer confidence and the housing numbers, housing finance, I think consumer confidence will be key. We would like to see an improvement in confidence. Closing out the week on Thursday, we get the employment numbers now. We have that the labour market is surprised. employment numbers now. We have seen We have had over 120,000 jobs created since the beginning of the year. The unemployment rate to kick up. Foreglobal markets, we will be focussed on the Chinese data that comes out towards the end of the week. That will be the big number. We know that everybody seems to be worried about Chinese slow down. That will be important for share We will look at that closely. You markets as well.

will keep us up to date. Catch you tomorrow. Simon has sport. world's top-ranked tennis player Roger Federer is once again the claim his seventh Wimbledon title. after defeating Andy Murray to in four sets, 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4. to defeat Britain's great hope Game, set, match - Federer. Federer. COMMENTATOR: Game, set, match - Federer reigns again. I started playing more, I never stopped believing, even though I have a family, even though I started playing more, it all worked out. couldn't make it back-to-back wins Aussie teenager Luke Saville in the boys' championship, losing the final in straight sets. Mark Webber has charged into second drivers' championship in the Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone. after taking out the British Webber timed his run perfectly, with a flawless passing move on leader Fernando Alonso five laps from home and streaking away for a stunning victory At the German MotoGP, Casey Stoner crashed out dramatically on the final lap, gifting the championship lead to Jorge Lorenzo. Fremantle remains in the hunt for a spot in the AFL finals after a 38-point win over the Western Bulldogs at Patersons Stadium. Matthew Pavlich led from the front for the Dockers, kicking six goals. On the Gold Coast, reigning premiers Geelong were made to work hard in a 14-point win over the Suns. While at the MCG, Hawthorn had a near record 162-point victory over the Giants. My man crush on Roger just grows and grows. What a champion of. , It feels like Sunrise and Weekend Sunrise have meshed. I'm a little bit more dressed up. I am in a fancy outfit. I'm at outfit. I'm at the Bianali. I outfit. I'm at the Bianali. I don't be put off by the term quus Australia's largest arts event." This is a place where you can get interactive. Can you kind of free your mind. You can kind of escape. In fact, it's a really natural and healthy way to kind of suspend disbelief for a while and come and get a little bit creative. Look get a little bit creative. Look at this. Look at the skill involved in that. It will be a fun morning. Lots show you but let's have a look at It will be a fun morning. Lots to the national 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. , I'm talking about large scale, check out this. This is by a Polish artist. It's called The River. It has been create bid a lot of Holland northern New South Wales aboriginal people, they have been created by cotton off-cuts. So it's fully recycled. And all of these pieces of paper will go back and be recycled. What does it stand for, James? Give us the story behind that piece. All right. Kochie, if you come over here with me, this is the river. So, this is the water flowing and over here, these are the here, these are here, these are Reid and the of the river. I would lie in there but you are not allowed to touch it. here, these are Reid and the start

Did that satisfy your need to know the inspiration. I have to put my black skiffy on, so I can get in the mood for the of the show. I've got a Bo tie on. I can get in the mood for the rest

See you, Still ahead - should food makers actually have to prove the health claims they make about their products? But next, more on the diver missing off Melbourne as police resume their desperate search. For a limited time at McCafe, delicious Raisin Toast is now only 50 cents with any coffee. That's 50 cents with a cappuccino, 50 cents with a mocha, 50 cents with a tall soy decaf caramel latte, with an espresso, flat white, long black... (SIGHS) 50-cent Raisin Toast with any coffee. For business or leisure car rental, Red Spot offers drive-off inclusive drive-away rates with no hidden extras. Police are due to resume their search for a woman who went missing while diving in a wreck off the Victorian coast. 42-year-old Karen Lee disappeared in waters just off the entrance to Port Phillip Bay on Saturday afternoon. She was with a chartered group diving in an area known as Ship's Graveyard. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells joins us now. Nick, what are conditions like in the search area? Look, for starters, the conditions are quite cold. The wind has kicked up here a little bit but the problem is the length of time that has elapsed. Searchers yesterday searched a 16 nautical mile area and found nothing. This morning, at first light, within search and rescue search and rescue crews will be back out there again. The SES will be first light, within the next hour,

combing the shore line around here and rescue boats will be out on and rescue boats will be out on the ocean. I imagine they will be expanding their search pattern a little bit from yesterday. But with the temperature of the water, authorities don't believe there is any chance anybody survive. The hope was yesterday she may have made to the surface and drifted to the shore line but this long after the was yesterday she may have made it

fact, the police are now saying they feel it's very unlikely that she will be found alive. Nick, she Nick, she was diving with group. Are there any clues as to what might have happened? Look, there are no clues at this point. Conditions were very good. She had tonnes of experience, 50 dives under her belt. She had a lot of experience here. She was diving on the SSCojee. It was her second dive of the day. She dive of the day. She was going down with her dive Buddy and a few mefrts from the top, they made eye contact with each other. Then her Buddy went up. By the time he got there, he looked up and she was gone. The prevailing theory is that it was either equipment failure or some kind of a medical condition, Kochie. OK. Thank you very much for the update, Nick. Coming up this Sunrise - the father who hired a thug to beat up the bully who'd been picking on his daughter. Did he go too far? Plus, Andy Murray's river of tears after falling short to Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final. Last year I saw my doctor about quitting. You know, smoking. He made it seem easier.

It was my best attempt yet. It brought me closer to success. Now I'm ready to quit for good. So I'm going back to get his help. To nail it. If I can, you can too. VOICEOVER: If you're serious about quitting, go back to your doctor and: Justin Bieber performing , exclusive to Seven. Justin Bieber performing live He's performing everyone. You will only see him on Sunrise and the 'Australia's Got Talent' grand final. Right here on Seven. And stay watching because next hour we have all the details on the location for Justin Bieber's Sunrise performance. It's going to be huge. , you know it will be on 18 July. You don't know where. We will solve that mystery in the next half hour. Our Soapbox is still swamped with people trying to give us tickets. Every friend of mine with a daughter is hitting me up with tickets. I can't help them. I can't help myself. We'll move on. Making news this morning, the sex offender turned charity worker. The 'Herald Sun' says convicted paedophile Dennis Ferguson has been selling merchandise on Sydney streets for the RSPCA. Ferguson was working under the name Ray. The RSPCA was unaware of his real identity and says it will now revoke his volunteer permit. , They obviously don't check people though, do they? Do they normally check people? I don't know how deep they go. Also making news, the family claiming a Melbourne cemetery hit them with a $55 carbon tax bill to bury a relative. The 'Daily Telegraph' reports the family has complained to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and called it a 'tax on dying'. Climate Change Minister Greg Combet says it would be reprehensible if a cemetery misled grieving families over funeral expenses. Cemeteries are not directly liable for the tax but they have warned about rising energy and council costs. And, remember, the ACCC has set up a hotline for us on the carbon tax. But have you been told the price of something is rising because of the carbon tax? What have you thought and you've gone, that can't be true? Remember we had a viewer email saying her vet was going to pass on the carbon tax. Ridiculous. Can the electricity and the council cost, can they add up to the $

cost, can they add up to the $55. It's a lot per - electricity, don't want into go much detail on what you use energy for. It will be a mine field when this kicks I'd love your thoughts on this one, the push for longer school days. The idea is for children to remain in class until 5:30, doing homework and playing sport. One parenting expert says it would overcome the guilt working mums feel about their kids going home to an empty house. Would a longer school day work? , It would for Sol. You can already have after school You can already have after You can already have after care you have to pay for that. I think you have to pay for that, You can already have after care but

you can though, most public schools I know have after day school. It's a long day for kids, it's the mental thing of being at school. You have to switch off as a kid, go and play. I suppose what they do, they would all do their homework there, so when they get home, it's just free time with mum and dad, it can be more quality time. Yeah.. Boarding schools, do their homework straight after school. I did it. She did her homework. Look where it got I can't help myself. Look where it got her. And the Fed Express is back. Roger Federer has won his seventh Wimbledon singles title with a 4-set win over Andy Murray. The victory also means Federer has reclaimed the world number one ranking. Murray had been attempting to become the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936. And he was emotional after receiving the runner's up trophy. , All right, I'm going to try this and it won't be easy. (APPLAUSE) it won't be easy. Everybody always talks about the pressure of playing at Wimbledon, how tough it is, but the - it's not the people watching they make is the people watching they make is it it so much easier to play. The support has been incredible, thank you. (APPLAUSE) thank you. (APPLAUSE). He is really turned that sort of bad support has been incredible, so

PR image around, right around with this. It's - it completely. That breaks your heart for him. It does. Carrying all that weight of it for, the pressure. Ever year. Failing miserablably. Joking. She has a nice watch. She has a nice watch., her girlfriend is very pretty. We are talking about him as a player. How about you player. How about you girls, distracted by You're watching Sunrise on Seven network. (SINGS OPERATICALLY) # Meatball... # # Pizza Sub! # MAN: For a limited time, the Italian BMT Melt is just $7. So now there are three classic Italian $7 Subway footlong subs. (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. has been unable to break Britain's 76-year drought, losing the 2012 Wimbledon final to Swiss great Roger Federer. After putting up a strong fight in front of a royal crowd, Murray went down in four sets. Despite his heart-breaking loss, the nation celebrated their emotional hero. And, finally, to all you guys, the support has been incredible, so, thank you. After winning his seventh Wimbledon slam, Roger Federer has reclaimed the title of world number won. And, we'll have a full wrap up on the mens' Wimbledon final in sport. A Melbourne pilot feared dead following a crash in Papua New Guinea has been revealed as a Black Saturday Bushfire hero. 42-year-old Russell Aitken was onboard the chopper which came down in rugged terrain near Mount Hagen on Friday. New Zealander Antony Annan has also been identified while the name of a second Australian has been withheld according to the wishes of his family. , The search for the wreckage will continue Mr Aitken was part of rescue efforts to save Victorian fire victims in 2009. New South Wales police are calling for witnesses following a shooting in Sydney's western suburbs overnight. Officers were called to the home in Rydalmere just after 10:00 last night following reports of a gunshot. They inspected damage believed to have been caused by a shotgun to the front of the home. Police believe the incident started after a dispute between neighbours. No-one was injured. Police are hunting for an arsonist who set fire to one of Perth's oldest schools. The blaze tore through Mount Lawley Primary on Saturday night. The recently renovated school had been celebrating its centenary this year. It's one of those gut-wrenching experiences that you look at something and you feel helpless and wonder - "Why?" Staff and students are being offered counselling. Another boatload of asylum seekers has been detained off the West Australian coast. Up to 28 people were on board the vessel which was spotted near the Cocos Islands yesterday. The Department of Immigration and Citizenship is making arrangements for the passengers to be transferred to Christmas Island. It comes as both sides of politics continue to trade blows over the issue. The Prime Minister says the Government's new border protection committee will go ahead without the Coalition's input. And a zoo in north-east China has shown off its latest additions after the birth of six very cute lion cubs. The little ones have set a new national record for being the most cubs born in one litter. Zookeepers are giving their mum Rose extra treats after the gruelling birth. In finance new: , Wall Street down 124 points over the weekend on weak job figures indicating to many that maybe the US economic recovery is faltering. To our region on Friday, , We might visit Australia's version of Apple at 7 o'clock, check in to see how it's going to see how it's going to lift up the spirits. Time for sport. Mark Webber has moved into second in the F1 drivers' championship Webber got past race leader Fernando Alonso five laps from home and cleared out for a decisive victory. COMMENTATOR: He's already starting to celebrate. It's another win for Mark Webber at Silverstone. At the German MotoGP, Casey Stoner crashed out on the final lap as his Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa went on to take the chequered flag. Penrith and New South Wales Origin star Luke Lewis appears set to become the hottest free agent in the NRL with reports he'll seek a release from his Panthers deal today. In yesterday's matches, Manly downed Parramatta 40-24 at Brookvale Oval but have lost full-back Brett Stewart to a hamstring injury. At ANZ Stadium, the Rabbitohs easily accounted for the Knights, 34-14. Fremantle coach Ross Lyon has told his player to stop relying on skipper Matthew Pavlich following their win over the Western Bulldogs at Patersons Stadium. Pavlich kicked 6 majors in the 38-point victory and Lyon says the Dockers need more than one matchwinner. Earlier yesterday, Geelong failed to flatter in a scrappy 14-point win over Gold Coast at Metricon. And Hawthorn demolished Greater Western Sydney by 162 points at the MCG. Cadel Evans remains second overall at the Tour de France after finishing second in stage eight overnight. Evans did his best to snatch the yellow jersey from Bradley Wiggis, but couldn't make any inroads into the Englishman's 10-second lead. 22-year-old Frenchman Thibaut Pinot stole the stage win with a daring solo attack. A big time trial tonight. The experts are saying, that wig ins has a chance to increase that lead. International art critic, James Tobin, here he is with the weather. Merci. This morning's cross goes out to anybody who wakes up being a little bit foggy. This art work is by 79-year-old Japanese woman, now. This is called Artificial Fog. Or cloud parking. Can you still see me? This is on Cockatoo Island. It off every half an hour or so. This is the perfect gift if you are a This is on Cockatoo Island. It goes

businessman, say, and you have a flight to Sydney you don't want to catch, airport closed. Or if you are waking up a Saturday morning, you don't want to go to Saturday sport, push the machine. Sport's off. If your crops haven't been watered in a while. Get out the cloud machine. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. A developing trough over the east is bringing light patchy rain to western parts of Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria and eastern South Australia. A high is directing moist south-easterly winds onto the Queensland coast, triggering isolated showers. A low and trough in the west is generating showers in southern WA. Sydney, partly cloudy. Rain and showers until Friday. Some cloud cover in Canberra. Rain tomorrow and onwards. Possible showers in Melbourne. Rain and wind tomorrow. Showers later in the week. Hobart, partly cloudy. Showers until Friday. Adelaide, isolated showers. Showers tomorrow and onwards. Overcast in Perth. Showers tomorrow. Partly cloudy on Wednesday. Sunny later in the week. Darwin, mostly sunny. Mostly fine for the rest of the week. Here is another idea, this is the cloud instal Asian, cloud parking. 79-year-old Japanese woman created this. I am so lost in the fog. If you are having an argument with someone, perhaps mum is making you do your homework or do the washing. You start the cloud machine. That will do it. So it's not just a smoke machine. Is that all it is? No, it's wet air. They somehow have managed to get these really particles of air to come through. It's freeze It's freezing cold. You you can managed to get these really wet

imagine how cold it is, it's like going through a crowd. If you have ever been up on the top of a mountain and clouds have gone mountain and clouds have gone past. Wet and cool. Look at that. See you soon. After the break - the father who hired someone to beat up a bully terrorising his daughter. Did he go too far? You be the judge. And, flight delayed? Bags get lost? How to get action on airline complaints. When our customers are happy, so are we. So you can imagine how pleased we are that thanks to our loyal customers, Apia has been named Australia's Most Recommended Car and Home Insurance Brand yet again. So if you're over 50, find out how Apia makes insurance such a rewarding experience. Call 13 50 50 for a chat today. 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. Is it crispy? It's crispy. Looks crispy. It's crispy. Wow, that looks crispy. It's crispy. It looks crispy. VOICEOVER: Introducing new Maggi So Crispy, delicious crispy chicken baked in the oven without the oil. Try them for yourself. Every Australian deserves a better deal on their home loan. And by asking the bank some tough questions, we've helped thousands of families save money. We offer free advice about hundreds of different loans from different lenders. But the fact is the banks still thrive on people's lack of understanding. Aussie's here to question them, because we reckon, if you want to be better off, it's smart to ask. It's just the same story we've been hearing all morning. It came through and hit them that hard. Everything's broked. The radiation is coming. Who wants a cuppa? Yeah. I thought everybody was watching Sunrise. Celebrating 10 years of waking up with friends. Sunrise, on Seven. If you're sick of bad airline food, lengthy check-in queues and cancelled flights, you'll now have someone to whinge to. The Federal Government has appointed Australia's first airline complaints commissioner. The position's being funded by our five major airlines to help resolve serious disputes. And they're on notice. The new commissioner says she'll name and shame airlines if they fail to respond to consumer complaints. So let's meet her. Australia's new Airline Complaints Commissioner is Julia Lines. Good morning. I don't envy you your job. Tell us how wide your scope it The government heeded a call to perhaps get airlines to respond in a better way to customer complaint. I'm here existing as an independent ally to ensure ha that happens. I think for some time there has been some turbulence around airlines addressing complaints adequately so hopefully, with this new position, we will go some way to addressing that. What are the biggest gripes? Delays in flights. Reservations, call centres, terms and refunds, the list goes on. We can also look at inflight services and call centres, terms and conditions,

the perennial one which I think most people have, experienced is lost baggage. So a wide variety of issues baggage. So a wide variety of baggage. So a wide variety ofish we will be dealing with. Hopefully we'll go some way to addressing those. Your position is actually funded by the main airlines. Is that a good idea of idea of theirs? Do not they risk damaging their reputation? Potentially that could happen but I am certain that it won't. The airlines are committed to the scheme. They have actually collaborated together, these are five competitors within the aviation industry, and they are committed to the timeframe which is 20 working days to turn around complaints. Really. OK. One of the things we get. We get a lot of response, people come to us with a lot of their different complaints, they often say with airline, there was a delay, but we weren't told enough about it. That seems to be the biggest thing that people... I think you are right. That's across the board in ever service industry. Communication is key to good business. That's part of my role is identifying those gaps in communication where airlines can do better in conveying those sorts of information about delays and cancellations. So what do I do if I've got a complaint? I can't just you know, think the stew is dodgy onboard, I want a better board. What do I do if I can't stand the? I can't stand the?. We have a dedicated Western Bulldogs size which has been available size which has been size which has size which We have a dedicated Western Bulldogs We have a dedicated Western We have a dedicated We have a dedicate website. We have also got a 1800. Which is 1800, 813129. I wanted to get that right. So, people can give us a call. One thing I would like to emphasise is that for the airline customer advocate to receive complaints, consumers need to raise their complaint with the airline at the local level. First? Yes. So you don't just say last Wednesday, I hated something about the airline? the airline?. That needs to happen, each of the airlines has a review process in place. Airlines have got two opportunities within which to resolve complaints, if that doesn't work, come to the advocate. No excuse for them to dodge the complaints. Good luck. Thank you. Thank you. We might get you a bit later and see what sort of complaint you are getting. We you are getting. We will put all the details on how to get in touch with the new airlines complaint commissioner. Here is Sam. She will be one busy Now to the US, where police have been stunned by a case of school bullying. They've arrested a father who's accused of hiring a girl to beat up his daughter's bully. NBC's Veronica De La Cruz is following the case. Philip Prokop says his daughter was constantly bullied in school and on Facebook. Finally the insults, the taunting and the touching got to be too much and she told her family. But her father's alleged reaction is what made a bad situation worse. Police say he hatched a plot to pay a 17-year-old girl $21 to fight one of the 13-year-old girls behind the bullying. It's just unbelievable, how could you? How could you do that to someone else's child - it's just unbelievable. Prokop says he and his daughter went to a local diner to confront the alleged bully and tell her to leave his daughter alone. He says a fight broke out in the parking lot between the girl they were confronting and another girl, who was later arrested and accused of taking money to instigate the fight. Screaming and crying that she was assaulted by an older person. Bill Landan's daughter is the 13-year-old accused of bullying Prokop's daughter. She was picked up and thrown head-first into a car. My daughter ended up with a concussion. He says the girls once had words but if there was a problem Mr Prokop should have come to him. Her parents say she's a victim not a bully. She still struggles with it, She looks over her shoulder. I'm not gonna do anything, like, Philip Prokop will be in court tomorrow and the law must decide if he's an overprotective dad or an out-of-control one. Roger Federer has won his seventh Wimbledon title, defeating Andy Murray in four sets. Sunrise Sport's Jim and Rebecca Wilson join me now. Good morning. Jim, there was a lot of pressure on Murray going into this match, , The weight of a nation on his shoulders. We just build two up and we just build two up. The wait goes on for England. Fred Perry was the last one. A great story, Andy Murray, the shootings in Dunblane, he is Dunblane. I think a lot of have been hoping in his fifth Grand Slam title he could have won. There Dunblane. I think a lot of us would

is such the huge amount of support for Roger Federer. He joins a great club. He is a a fantastic athlete. We have got two Wimbledon winners over 30. Isn't that amazing. This Federer was down for The Count. At the beginning of this year, you would have said that Federer was pretty much on a slippery slope out of here because Djokovic was so superior. To even make the final was just incredible and to come through and win, I mean he has had the game of his life to win that. He is so composed. Back problems early on in the first couple of rounds. Now number one. Murray, Nadal and Djokovic lurking. That will be Andy Murray's problem. I think he has the game. Oh so close. What a great shame for English supporters as the wait goes on. He is a bit of a head case, phase it in. He is a bit of a head case, let's Let's move Mark Webber has returned to the winner's circle, taking out the British Formula 1 Beck, he's still in the hunt for this year's drivers world title, isn't he? on. He is so consistent. That's the wonderful thing about this Formula One champion, we have this run away winner. It's a fantastic winner. It's a fantastic Grand Prix to win. He has couple third, he to win. He has couple third, he come fourth. It will be lovely to see him get up. He satisfy little bit like Andy Murray where he has these amazing drivers around him that he is competing with. If you don't win at Albert Park, if you don't win your own you don't win your own Grand Prix, you have to win at Mon co-. He is still in the hunt. Telstra still in the hunt. Newcastle rookie Kyle O'Donnell had to be helped off the field after colliding with South Sydney's Sam Burgess I've got a real problem with this. I'm going to start the campaign today. The shoulder charge is I'm going to start the campaign here designed to injure and hurt. It's not designed just to stop a player in his traction. Because it's legal, they are exploiting every which way they can to use it in a football game. I've got a massive issue with t the game should have been stopped and it wasn't. That to me is not what rugby league should be about. A lot of blokes say " lot of blokes say "cot o it's all about hurting." In union, you have to use your arms. Fits the shoulder charge into the shoulder area or shoulder area or the rib cage area, that was to the head. That's not fine. Don't get rid of the shoulder charge, Bec. You are San teeuzing sport. No I am not. One centimetre either way, you are killing somebody. Now they are training people do to that. He is He is in strife for that. Just make - let's not get rid of the shoulder charge. Some good news in AFL. Jarrad McVeigh, they Jarrad McVeigh, they have and his wife have had a baby girl. We are so News is coming up. Then, out of control The wild parties that have left neighbours in fear and police fed up. And, Justin Bieber caught in a high-speed chase. So, why was he driving so fast. Find out next. VOICEOVER: When you have a cold or flu it can turn your life upside down. (WHIMPERS) Act quickly - relieve symptoms with adult-strength GRANT TAYLOR: He's performing, everyone! You will only see him on Sunrise and the 'Australia's Got Talent' grand final, because later this hour we have all the details on the location for Justin Bieber's Sunrise performance. It's going to be huge. Time for Showbiz news with Blair Late in Hollywood. And speaking of Bieber, the star was pulled over for speeding but he says it wasn't his fault. What's the story? Exactly, he was on a la LA freeway. He was going 100 miles an hour. He was clearly pulled over by police. He was blaming a paparazzi who was putting his life in danger which chasing him recklessly. Later in the day, at a video shoot, the police came back to talk to Bieber and to get a official statement about the paparazzi, the very paparazzi in question was there not, snapping photos at the video shoots. They were able to get a statement from both parties. Bottom line is he will still have to pay for the ticket but hopefully this guy will stop chasing him. I read somewhere, one of the I read somewhere, one of the critics was saying, when this happens to stars like him, there is that great fear of a prince fear of a Princess Diana, occurring. Absolutely, California has stricter laws on this. They are just not strict enough. I don't understand how people can get away with it and Justin was the one to get the ticket. It's not his fault that he is being chased. You don't have to speed and outrun them. Just to get away from them. I'm on his side. I have a feeling, you Australians will I have a feeling, you Australians will won't be treating him like that. We have our own security for him. Moving on, and Usher's stepson is in a critical condition in hospital after a boating accident. This is so terrible. He was on a Lake doing in Georgia, doing inner tubing what we call it. Someone on a jet key, hit the 11-year-old in the head. It's worth noting that Usher is going through a very public divorce through with his ex-wife but he divorce through with his ex-wife but he put all the drama aside and got his ex-wife a jet so she could be fly to be by her son's side in the hospital. Celebrities have been tweeting their well wishes and prayers. At least his mum was to be there with him. prayers. At least his mum was able Gee, What happened? So she is on a delta flight, sitting in first class and the TV in front of her on the chair in front of her, fell off and hit her in the eye giving her a black eye. Now, was not smiles when she landed back giving her a black eye. Now, Kellie in Los Angeles. She said " in Los Angeles. She said She later added that the stewardess on the plane was amazing, and that was at least a good thing but I would be very mad if I were her because she has a career on TV and getting a black eye on an aeroplane is not what she want. How does the TV pop out and who knows? I think it fell, like technically fell from the back of the seat. There you go. It's dangerous out there. They will fix it very soon. First class is dangerous. That's why I never travel it. That will teach her, won't it? A plan to make food companies back up health claims on their products is under threat this morning. Under the original plan, all claims on food packaging would have needed pre-approval from industry regulators. But pressure from grocery manufacturers means it's now likely they'll only have to prove the health claims if they're challenged. The industry says changing labels until health benefits are confirmed would be too costly. But is that a good enough excuse? And is it too late to prove the health benefits after an item goes on supermarket shelves? So you could claim anything, you can say " say "this will give you a turn of life quality quality and life quality quality and until

someone complains and said " someone complains and said "I don't believe that." You don't have to prove it. Months of changing the packet, for women's well being, protein for growing muscles, a juice that says your natural immune defences. You know, those sort of things. They can stick out there. No wonder we don't believe marketing. Don't you think they would check before they put it out there. Lawyers step up Matthew Newton's fight against assault charges. The computer bug threatening to bring the net to its knees today. Find out if you're at risk. Roger Federer wins Wimbledon as Andy Murray's dream ends in misery. How kids will be learning in the next generation. Behind the gates of Liz and Shane's new love nest. # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Nat. If you've just tuned in, Mel's on holidays, and Beretts has the day off. While you were sleeping, the king made a comeback. Even the world's most famous sisters, Kate and Pippa, couldn't help Andy Murray stop the 'Fed Express'. It's Roger Federer's seventh Wimbledon title and he's regained the world number one ranking. And Sam has more on that right now. Good morning. Tennis champion Andy Murray has failed to break Britain's 76-year drought after losing the 2012 Wimbledon final to Roger Federer. The Swiss great proved too much for the Brit, taking the title in four sets. , I'm getting closer! I'm getting closer!, right. Alright, I'm going to try this and it's not going to be easy... (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) It's the seventh time Federer has picked up the Wimbledon trophy. We'll have a full wrap up of the match in sport. Police are resuming their search for a diver missing off the Victorian coast. 42-year-old Karen Lee went missing in waters just off the entrance to Port Phillip Bay on Saturday afternoon. She was part of a group that was on a charter trip exploring a wreck in an area known as the Ships' Graveyard and failed to surface. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells joins me now. Good morning. Nick, what can you tell us about the search operation? Look, a full scale search will resume again this morning at first light. The SES is going to be once again scouring the shore line around here as rescue boats scour the water. They did search 16 nautical mile water. They did search 16 nautical mile area yesterday and found nothing which is distressing for searchers because they say that the temperature of the water there, they don't think it's survivable if she remained in the water. They were hoping that she perhaps surfaced and drifting off to some remote piece of shore land but as the time passes, hopes of that fade. The hopes of that fade. The police are now saying that they do not expect to find her alive. Did the woman have much diving experience? Look, she had a load of diving experience, 50 dives under her belt but not only that, she was very familiar with the area. She has dived here a number of times, including on the wreck that she was diving on. It was her second dive of the day. So, it's a mystery as to what caused the problem. The prevailing theory that it may have been some sort of equipment failure or a medical condition. OK, a sad story, thank you for bringing us up to date. Authorities have identified two of the three men feared dead after a Papua New Guinea helicopter crash. 42-year-old Melbourne pilot Russell Aitken and New Zealander Antony Annan were on board the chopper which came down in dense bushland in the southern highlands on Friday. A second Australian hasn't yet been named. Thick fog and rugged terrain have hampered search efforts to find the wreckage. Matthew Newton's lawyers will step up their fight against the actor's assault charges when they front court in Sydney this morning. It's alleged the 35-year-old had an argument with a taxidriver over an $8 meter charge last December before punching him in the head. Newton's lawyer said he was suffering side effects from medication he was taking for mental illnesses. Up to 6,000 Australians could lose their internet access today from a computer virus planted by hackers. The malicious software program which redirects internet users to rogue websites was shutdown by the FBI last year. Its continued to run global servers for a grace period to give computer users time to remove the infection but that temporary solution will be switched off at 2:00pm today. Aussies are being urged to visit the FBI website to check if their computer is infected. Coming up - no cause for celebration. The serial party pests annoying police and neighbours. But first here's Kochie. In finance news: All down again over the weekend, Wall Street down because of poor jobs figures. European markets down again. Let's go to our region, down again. A bit depressesing. check in with Australia's version of again. A bit depressesing. Let's Apple. Telstra, a 12 month high. It's up 37% in the last 12 months. Let's compare it to the ASX Let's compare it to the Let's compare it to the ASX Let's compare it to the ASX 200 and see how it's gone. Look at that. Let's compare it to the ASX 200 and see how it's gone. Look at that. ASX 200 or the All Ords down 10% and see how it's gone. Look at that. The Telstra is up that 37% Telstra is up that 37%. So, that's just a bit of God news. Who would have thought Telstra is a Australia's version of time for sport with Simon. Roger Federer has put an end to Murray-mania, taking out his seventh Wimbledon win and 17th Grand Slam victory. It was a heartbreaking defeat for Dunblane's and Britain's Andy Murray who fought bravely against the Swiss master until match point. Centre Court pitched the guile of a matador during the'Street Fighter'. If you were expecting a nervous start from the 6 times chapel, would have been wrong. The first very wrong and a stampeding Murray start from the 6 times chapel, you

breaks. very wrong and a stampeding Murray breaks. breaks. Seemingly clinging on, he somehow ambushes Federer somehow ambushes Federer's serve again. Federer's Grace no match for Murray's muscle. This attracted royal delight and political approval. Also watch ago fellow Scott, who knowss about collecting trophies. Federer sniffed an opening with a tie-break beckoning, Swiss genius level the match am level the match level the match. The tension was then punctured by the curse of the Summer, rain and plenty of it. The break seemed to suit Federer who returned under cover to mop up the third set. third set. The fourth soon followed returned under cover to mop up the and it and it was Federer who wrote wrote the record books. It will be no consolation to Andy Murray, he was unravelled by the best the world has ever seen. If any tennis player can call Wimbledon home, Roger Federer can. Todd Carney will tackle the club who showed him the door tonight At Brookvale Oval yesterday, David Williams bagged four first half tries in Manly's easy win over Parramatta. the Rabbitohs hammered the Knights 34-14. Sam Burgess gave rookie Kyle O'Donnell a brutal welcome to the NRL, knocking the youngster senseless with a shoulder charge. Fremantle remains in the hunt for a spot in the AFL finals after a 38-point win over the Western Bulldogs at Patersons Stadium. reigning premiers Geelong were made to work hard in a 14-point win over the Suns. While at the MCG, Hawthorn had a near record 162-point victory over the Giants. Mark Webber has charged into second in the Formula 1 drivers' championship after taking out the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Webber timed his run perfectly, with a flawless passing move on leader Fernando Alonso five laps from home, and streaking away for a stunning victory. At the German MotoGP, Casey Stoner crashed out dramatically on the final lap while duelling with eventual winner Dani Pedrosa.

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bad. Cricketer, not bad. Cricketer, not Cricketer, not don't even talk bad. Cricketer, not don't even talk about them. We're not. We know when we We're not. We know when we are losing the cricket. " losing the cricket. "don't talk about it. about it.' Let's go to the weather. James, Let's go to the weather. James, what are you up to? I am at the Biennale. It's a fancy name so I decided to wear a fancy outfit. This art work promises to allure people in by breathing, car asing and swallowing. On that note, let's go in. This is kind of like what the Amazon rain forest would look like if Gaga got her hands on it. It's that kind of thing. If you saw the dark crystal, it's a Jim Henderson sort of feel. It's actually - it interacts with you on a real level. So, as you move past it, things move and light up. It's kind of mechanics - the guy who designed this or created this piece of art is actually an architect. there is a lot of infra-red work and a lot of scent. All of these little of art is actually an architect. So

baubles are filled with ginger and they let off smell as you go past. This will attract you in as you move through it. It looks pretty cool. Let's look at the national Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. , Those big balloons breath in and out as you go past. You don't need to touch anything, you just slide through and all of a sudden, they start vibrating. It's really cool. You can get hands on with this. So many galleries and things, they can be a little bit stuffy and you have to stay away from the art. Here at the Biennale, some of the works you can get interactive with. They are visually spectacular. You are on of the most beautiful parts visually spectacular. You are on one Sydney Harbour. Cockatoo Island. of the most beautiful parts of Lawyers for troubled actor Matthew Newton go back to court this morning. Newton is facing charges of assault after an altercation with a taxidriver. The incident happened on Sydney's north shore last December. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew is outside the court. Eddy, can you remind us of the details of this case. We have gone over them so many times, this first happened back in December Kochie, Sydney's north shore, you are right. Crows Nest where this allegedly took place. This CCTV images were produced last time that this matter appeared in court. They show Matthew new tonne Sheening over the front seat of the cab. They were having an argument over the fare, which route they would take from the north shore to the city and what radio station the cab driver had on as well. When this argument spilled out of the vehicle into the road, new tn into the road, new into the road, into the road Newton allegedly unched the cab driver in the court. Last time this was in court, Newton's lawyer tried to get it dealt with under the mental health act. That was rejected and referred here. It here. It is just down for a mention today. Although it would be in his favour for Matthew knew new tonne to appear, it's unlikely that he will be here, Kochie. Also bring us up to date with those charges he is facing in charges he is facing in the US. What is that up to. This matter is set down for trial on 25 July. He should have to appear in my am why. This is in relation to an assault to a desk clerk. Newton was complaining about the mobile phone reception. The CCTV vision from there shows that he sharply punched the desk clerk in the head one time. He has pleaded not Gill He has pleaded not guilty to those charges. As to where Matthew Newton, is, have an address listed which is an abandoned lot. He was working with a documentary maker. But there were no restrictions placed on his movements. He could either be in the US or here in Australia. His exact whereabouts are unknown. Thank you, Eddy, keep us up to The case against Brisbane father Gerard Baden-Clay is back in court today. The real estate agent has been charged with murdering his wife, Allison, in April. Her body was later found dumped in a nearby creek. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is in Brisbane. Good morning. Michelle, what's expected to happen? Good morning, Nat. Today is just a come it Al mention here at come it Al mention here at the imagine trait's court which means basically it will ab brief basically it will ab brief hearing and dates will be set down for more hearings later in the year. At this point, it's unknown if will appear because it will be quite brief but he has been charged with point, it's unknown if Baden-Clay

murdering his wife, Allison and also interfering with her body. Also at this point, it's unknown if his legal team will appeal the Supreme Court's decision to refuse him There has been a bit of talk about Court's decision to refuse him Bail. Mr Baden-Clay's lawyers. Has he been beefing up his L'Oreal team? It certainly looks like he is trying to beef up his legal team. Shortly after Allison disappeared, he tired Darren Marnie. He added a to his team, Peter Davis. Since he has been charged and I am in prison, Darren Marnie. He added a barrister

he has had a couple of visits from high profile lawyers, one being Chris Knights from the Gold Coast. He helped Bernard topic out with his legal trouble. He has also had a visit from Ryan Bosher, a top criminal lawyer here in Brisbane. It hasn't been confirmed that both of these men have been Baden-Clay is trying to get his defence in order and get the best these men have been retained,

defence that money can buy. How he has been going in custody? It would be a huge culture shock for him. He has gone from living in of the most affluent suburbs here in him. He has gone from living in one Brisbane to going HIVing behind bars. He has had a few visitors, a

couple of lawyers but also his father has visited him. Now, his father has been banned from a contact visit which means he can't touch or hug his son. At this point, they are only allowed to meet behind a glass wall so they can see each other. They can hear each other but no touching is allowed at the moment. Nat. OK. Very much for the update Michelle. A Perth woman says she's scared to live in her own home with her neighbours continuing to throw wild parties. Police have had to break up celebrations three times in the last four months. No matter what he says, it just doesn't wash. We just want to see him out of the area. It all comes after yet another violent teen birthday party. 150 revellers turned up after the invitation was circulated on Facebook. Naomi Oakley is from Safe Partying Australia. What options do neighbours have in these situations? Look, good morning. The problem is that as per my submission in relation to legislative change, there is a real impact that teen parties are causing on the community and neighbours. But right now, what neighbours can do, if they hear of a party down the road that sounds like it's getting out of control, the local police, even if they hear music and kids yelling out, just get on to the local on to the local police and let them know before it is too late. know before it is too late. By 11 o'clock. know before it is too late. By 11 o'clock., they have lost control of that situation and the police have to come in there and try and break up a real problem. You see a lot of people would think, the law is that you really aren't complain about midnight, if it goes on after mid neeurkts what you are on after mid neeurkts what you on after mid neeurkts what on after mid neeurkts on after mid on after on after night, if you think it's getting out of control, you have every right to call the police. Of course. I wouldn't wait until it got out of control. At least 50% of parties are not registered with the police. So you are probably doing them a favour. If the neighbours hear music and loud noise, then get on the phone to the police. Let them know. At least then they can do drive by, just to show some present, know. At least then they can do a to minimise the impact. Are personalities harsh enough. No, not at all. They are all alcohol that are brought on to the party. Tell us about the cameras you are looking to trial at parties. These are the ministery DVR, which is reveal media. They are a New Zealand based company. These are the ones that are possibly going to be trialled by Victoria Police. What we have found, is because the increase in teenage parties, the the amount of guests coming to parties. Where we are now doing in teenage parties, the increase in

parties for 150 people, and in excess of that, there was a real risk of people get injured. That's the thing around your neck. Correct. Where do the pictures go What will happen f there's a situation that could be an issue to safety, we activate the recording system. It will then go into record mode and start recording that situation which I have found that it actually does minimise the risk of crime. A lot of the people that we deal with will actually think twice about causing injure to to staff members or other people. All right. That sounds like a terrific idea. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much And filling us in on our rights. Here is Here's Sam. Computer security experts are warning hundreds of thousands of people could be knocked offline today. A malicious software program designed to redirect internet users to rogue websites was shut down last year. It was labelled the biggest cyber criminal takedown in history. But there are still an estimated 300,000 computers believed to be infected. And, if you own one of them, from 2:00pm today it's likely you'll be shut out. For more we're joined by technology expert Val Quinn from the Gadget Group. Good morning. Well, yeah, it's a very, very clever scam. Basically, almost back in 2007, around that time, this virus was created and it was - it started to infect PCs and Macs as well. It redirected where these computers were going on the Internet to rogue sites. It kind of interfered the Internet's compass. So fake DNSs were put into place. So, when the F sites. It kind of interfered with

were put into place. So, when the FB were put into place. So, when the FBI did discover and bust this ring, they decided to keep these this ring going, otherwise all these computers would be stop from using the Internet. Now they want to switch it off. If your computer is ineffected by this, you have until 2 PM today to work it out. Why is that? I I guess the FBI doesn't want to keep

running these temporary servers, they running these temporary servers, they to shut the whole thing down. They have set up a way of cleaning it which is kind of straightforward. But there is also the way of detecting whether you have the problem to begin with. So I thought I would show you quickly just how you could detect. I am using my iPad here, you can use your Western Bulldogs browser. You just go, Bulldogs browser. You just Bulldogs browser. You Bulldogs browser. Bulldogs here, you can use your here, you can use here, you can use browser. It's called DNS. You will either see a green box, you do not appear to be affected by a DNS changer. There is some information down at the bottom about what to do if you do have the virs and you can just follow that and there are a bunch of ways there is a working group site that has been set up to tell you how to and there are a bunch of ways of -

fix it. Normally, if you are lucky, you can follow a link and any anti- virus software company will help you. There you. There is some Larkins or you. There is some Larkins or just you. There is some Larkins or you. There is some Larkins you. There is some you. There is you. There is are some harder ways of working it ut O What is the website again Dns OK, so if you are on front of your computer. Put it on your website. If you don't do this and you are r ineffected. You won't be open it. You won't be able to use email until you fix the problem. The best way of fixing the problem is to re install everything and start again. Better check and then see if there's a quick fix to do it first. You may have saved a lot of people today. We will see you soon. And now to the interview 20 years in the making. In 1992 Jeremiah McDonald was 12 years old and obsessed with time travel. So he grabbed a camcorder and imagined he was asking himself some questions when he was older. Fast-forward two decades, and 32-year-old Jeremiah cut together the questions and answers. , I am going to ask myself you some questions. You know about - you already know. Yeah, but life before the Internet is kind of a blur to me. What, was that. Interest net. The thing that you will know what it is in a few years. It will xleatly take over your life. You will spend plenty of hours. I am worried about my future. I am worried about my future. What do you do exactly? plenty of hours.

You know what I like. You must have hobbies? You are interviewing yourself. You left the tape. Don't do the - I am not - excuse me. No wonder I am single. I am you. Exactly. What Because I am the result of every decision you make Fine.

These very clever isn't it) good on Hollywood will come calling. you , cl We are getting reports that Ernest boring nine has died, he was Mac Cale. He won an academy for Marty. Also kids, he was mermaid man in SpongeBob SquarePants. What a shame. A great actor. Andy grifist last week, Andy grifist last week,enerest. Just legend. We're about to ring our final cash call winner. It could be you. So stay by the phone. Then, getting hot and steamy with Justin Bieber. Behind the scenes of his new video clip, soon. (WHIMSICAL MUSIC PLAYS) VOICEOVER: What if rather than trying to overpower the wind, you outsmarted it instead? Introducing the sleek new Civic Hatch from Honda. With an aerodynamic design that cleverly reduces the wind's resistance, it makes every drive a breeze. The all-new Civic Hatch, from 24,990. Thousands of local clubs across Australia are working hard to reduce problem gambling even further. That's why your local club offers access to 24/7 counselling, bans betting with credit cards, has trained staff in responsible gambling, plus we're building better self-exclusion programs. And we'll keep working to find ways to help because clubs ARE part of the solution. For more information, visit partofthesolution.com.au Justin Bieber performing live, exclusive to Seven. GRANT DENYER: He's performing, everyone! You will only see him on Sunrise and the 'Australia's Got Talent' grand final, right here on Seven. And stay watching because in about 10 minutes we have all the details on the location for Justin Bieber's Sunrise performance. It's going to be huge. Let's call our final winner in the Sunrise Cash Call. # Call me, call me # On the line, call me, call me any, anytime. # Remember, they need to pick up within five rings and give us the correct code word when we ask for it. They're in New South Wales.

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Hello. Come on. Hello. Rdgets is that Heidi Smith. We are here from Sunrise. Good morning to you. Hello. Can you give us Friday's codeword? I have. I've got it written What is it? I have. I've got it written down. I think from memory, it was " I think from memory, it was "win quality quality. $ quality quality. $10,000 coming your way. How good is that? Are you kidding me. No, we are not? What could you do with $ with $10,000? Oh, I don't know. You know what, you can think of something. You've got a bit of time. Congratulations and thank you for entering our competition. Good on you, well done. This isn't a prank, is it? No, it's not a prank. Turn on the TV. We are the ones waving. Hello, Heidi. Sam in the New Zealand outfit. It's snooits not a New Zealand tracksuit. Thank you, Nat. Coming up - would extended school until 5:30 each afternoon make working mums feel better? Britain's Wimbledon trophy hopes have been dashed after their star tennis player, Andy Murray, went down to Swiss great Roger Federer in the final last night. An emotional Murray put up a strong fight in front of the royal crowd but lost the match in four sets. , And last of all to you guys. The support has been incredible. support has been incredible. So thank you. thank you. . support has been incredible. So Roger Federer has climbed his way back to number one in the world after his seventh Wimbledon title. The Queensland Government is expected to challenge Julia Gillard's mining tax in the High Court. It's set to join the legal battle launched by Fortescue Metals last year claiming the reforms discriminate against the resource-rich state. Queensland's Attorney-General says taxes must be imposed equally and it can be argued the Mineral Resource Rent Tax puts extra penalties on the Sunshine state. Premier Campbell Newman and Julia Gillard are set to meet in Brisbane today. Another boatload of asylum seekers has been detained off the West Australian coast. Up to 28 people were on board the vessel which was spotted near the Cocos Islands yesterday. The Department of Immigration and Citizenship is making arrangements for the passengers to be transferred to Christmas Island. It comes as both sides of politics continue to trade blows over the issue. The Prime Minister says the Government's new border protection committee will go ahead without the Coalition's input. The case against Brisbane father Gerard Baden-Clay is back in court today. The real estate agent has been charged with murdering his wife, Allison. Her body was found dumped on a Brisbane creek bank in April, 10 days after Baden-Clay reported her missing. He was refused bail last month and has also been charged with interfering with her body. New South Wales police are investigating whether a shooting incident in Sydney's western suburbs last night was triggered by a dispute between neighbours. Officers were called to the home in Rydalmere just after 10:00 last night. believed to have been caused by a shotgun to the front of the home. No-one was injured. , Three people have been arrested. Brisbane commuters face delays to work this morning following a truck rollover which closed the on-ramp to the Clem7 and the Inner City Bypass at Bowen Hills. The truck, laden with tomatoes, overturned in the outbound lane of the Clem7 between Bowen Bridge Road and Lutwyche Road on-ramp at Herston. Authorities are working to clear debris. In finance news: , Get in quick for some spaghetti sauce. , Wall Street down, poor jobs figures

have people thinking maybe the US economic economy is faltering. Europe, well down. Time for sport. Roger Federer is once again the world's top-ranked tennis player after defeating Andy Murray to claim his seventh Wimbledon title. The 'Fed Express' came from a set down to defeat Britain's great hope in four sets, 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4. Game, set, match - Federer. COMMENTATOR: Game, set, match - Federer. Federer reigns again. I never stopped believing, I started playing more, even though I started playing more, even though I have a family, it all worked out. Aussie teenager Luke Saville couldn't make it back-to-back wins in the boys' championship, losing the final in straight sets. Penrith and New South Wales Origin star Luke Lewis appears set to become the hottest free agent in the NRL with reports he'll seek a release from his Panthers deal today. In yesterday's matches, Manly downed Parramatta 40-24 at Brookvale Oval but lost full-back Brett Stewart to a hamstring injury. At ANZ Stadium, the Rabbitohs easily accounted for the Knights 34-14. Fremantle coach Ross Lyon has told his player to stop relying on skipper Matthew Pavlich following their win over the Western Bulldogs at Patersons Stadium. Pavlich kicked 6 majors in the 38-point victory and Lyon says the Dockers need more than one matchwinner. Earlier yesterday, Geelong failed to flatter in a scrappy 14-point win over Gold Coast at Metricon. And Hawthorn demolished Greater Western Sydney by 162 points Cadel