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(generated from captions) bullets in the middle of the night. A Sydney home sprayed with dozens of with a tax on a tax. Families slugged Find out how you're paying twice. will call home in London. Inside the place our athletes rock Brekky Central. Iva Davies and the boys # You've got to be crazy baby # To want a guy like me out of your mind. # # Yeah, you've got to be (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, Hello and welcome to Friday. morning, with rock legends Icehouse. Our big week of music continues this They're coming up later in the show. We have tried for months to connive why and the boys to come on the show and they have finally re lented. How about this? They have released Man of Colours Don't touch. Yellow vinyl, blue and red. A few of the guys here have got blue vinyl. Let us know your Highs house blue vinyl. Let us know your Highs blue vinyl. Let us know Icehouse blue vinyl. Let us know blue vinyl. Let us know your

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Good morning. in Sydney's west overnight. Police are investigating a shooting into a home at Greenfield Park Dozens of shots were fired just before midnight. were home at the time 5 adults and a 13-year-old boy but weren't injured. it was a targeted attack Detectives believe and are searching in Sydney's west earlier this week. It comes after four shootings seen in the area. for a dark-coloured sedan

to search bushland and creeks Queensland Police will continue west of Brisbane today of a woman 10 days ago. after the disappearance at her home in Warwick, The grandmother was last seen has been interviewed. her former boyfriend Gail Lynch's family says is a creature of habit... the grandmother a place for everything, Everything has a place, and a time for everything. everything has a time out of character and concerning. ..making her disappearance even more you know, really worrying us. This is so unusual that it's, heard from the 55-year-old Her sister, Lyn, says she hasn't at her Warwick home, since she was last seen west of Brisbane, 10 days ago. She's never, ever done this before. were found resting on a table. The glasses she always wore or anything, please ring the police. Gail, if you're watching and are worried about you. We love you the tight-knit street. Her disappearance has rocked sort of joked with everybody. She was very pleasant, She was a nice person. will continue their search Around 20 Police and SES volunteers around Warwick today. go over her home. Forensic officers will again we can achieve Obviously, the best outcome alive and well is to locate Mrs Lynch Mrs Lynch's former boyfriend, Police have also interviewed who she met online. and his car has been seized. His home is under police guard for the welfare of Mrs Lynch. We obviously hold grave fears model Ford Falcon around Warwick Anyone who saw the blue between the 3rd and the 4th of July is being urged to come forward. with a surprise tax on a tax Families are reportedly being hit News Limited reports data contractors and waste firms air-conditioning companies, on top of the new carbon tax, have all begun applying the GST adding hundreds of dollars to bills. companies have confirmed New South Wales electricity to power bills the 10% GST will be applied added to the total cost. after the carbon tax has been they'll catch the man Sydney police are confident that killed teenager Thomas Kelly. who delivered the punch in a random attack in Kings Cross The 18-year-old was hit by a stranger last Saturday night with his girlfriend. as he was walking says Assistant Commissioner Mark Murdoch several solid leads police have received for witnesses. after renewing their appeal its first look And the world's been given in London. inside the Olympic Athletes' Village With 2 weeks until the 2012 games, about 17,000 athletes and officials the official living quarters for have been opened. of the first to tour the village. London's Mayor Boris Johnson was one that area down there? What's the area - basically it's a bar, a dry bar. So, this is called The Globe, parks, leisure areas and gyms. The village also has restaurants, a 35-year-old murder mystery. Coming up - Police offer a reward campaigner Donald Mackay. to find the remains of anti-drugs But first, here's Kochie. In finance news: In Wall Street they are extending their losses overnight. The Dow Jones is cloing down, 31 Jones is cloing down, Jones is clo closing down, 31 Jones is cloing

points. Very interesting in Europe, some Bigpond auction, Italy raced a whole heap of money. There was a German bond auction. For their two year government bond, the yeel was negative. So people were saying, " negative. So people were saying, "we'll give you some money, German government" and instepped of getting an interest rate, we will pay you to hold our money that's how they are. Germany is the safest of hold our money that's how scared the European economies, the strongest. Now, talking about jobs, after employment figures fell in June, the job market is back in line with the sluggish performance. Savanth Sebastian is with us. Job market looking decidely soft at the moment? It certainly is, Kochie. I think what we are really seeing is high profile job losses in some industries and some job gains in other areas like mining. That was really seen in the Western Australian result. Western Australian Unemployment has fallen quite sharply. It's holding at about 3. quite sharply. It's holding at about 3.5%. I think it clearly highlights the resource boom that is driving any activity in terms of any activity in terms of the Labor market. If you look forward over the last couple of months, we have

really seen that the ANZ job series has come off. It's down about 9% on a year ago. That's a forward looking indicator. If that's weak and we are not seeing any job advertisements out there, we will see pretty subdued results. In the next couple of months will be a bit dicy. I think it means that the unemployment rate will kick modestly higher. Thank you for that. Have a great weekend. Simon has the sport. Cadel Evans has lost more time to Bradley Wiggins at the Tour de France, leaving the defending champion in serious trouble. Evans launched a gutsy attack more than 60km from home in Stage 11 but Team Sky was able to reel him in. The effort eventually took its toll and Cadel was dropped on the final climb. COMMENTATOR: Cadel Evans is looking to be in trouble here. Sad sight that to see the defending champion now struggling. Wiggins extended his lead over Evans to 3 minutes 19 seconds. Frenchman Pierre Rolland crashed in the mountains but recovered to win the stage. Broncos coach Anthony Griffin has labelled the Warriors one of the NRL's elite sides ahead of tonight's clash at Suncorp Stadium to kick off Round 19. The Kiwis are sitting eighth on the ladder, but Griffin says their playing talent is among the best in the league. In tonight's other match, fierce rivals the Bulldogs and Eels will square off at ANZ Stadium for the Bandaged Bear Cup. The AFL finals hopes of North Melbourne and Carlton will go on the line tonight when Round 16 of the AFL gets underway at Etihad Stadium. Both sides are outside the top eight and can't afford a defeat. Marc Murphy returns from a shoulder injury to bolster the Blues' midfield. All the action's on Seven and 7mate tonight. Check your local guides. I think wardrobe were having a lend of me today, they dressed me as a waiter. If you want any cocktails. I'm happy to get them. I thought you were looking very sharp, Simon. Yes, me too. You took your time, girl. Crisp and clean. From the crisp and clean studio. Grant, where are you? Yeah, well, Simon, you can really complain. At least you are not wearing a hard hat andor Ange. The colour of safety first, my friend. Look, today, many people look, have said over the last couple of years that these hands haven't seen a day's work in their lives, they are probably right. Today, sucked in, I am going to be shovelling a whole heap of concrete. How often is a that a new skyscraper serviceability in Sydney? Today my friends, we are going to take around at the latest. I'm popping out at level 45. We will find it's going to be part of a new project of project find it's going to be part of a new project as 161 Castlereagh street. It's going to be called ANZ Tower. It's enormous. It's a Grocon construction. It's about life on a construction site today. We are going to be playing with cranes, concrete and the men and women who are building the latest sky are building the latest skyscraper in Sydney. Let's look at the forecast. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, better get in bight and early. Sale ends Sunday. You see that Rick Etty outside thing that is going up there. That's our mode of transport to get 45 You see that Rick Etty outside lift

levels up today. It's a fascinating thing to be done right smack bang in the centre of Sydney. This will convert into an eatery for nine different businesses and locations. As I said, ANZ will be the main client for the whole tower. ANZ Tower. We are going to see what the Sydney sigh line looks like from a brand new brand new development of brand new development brand new Later, the highly addictive medication that can be found in homes around Australia. The warning from doctors. But next the grave fears for a Queensland grandmother. A live update on the search when we come back. But for my hair, it's torture. Hours of training, washing and drying damaged it. That's why I tried the new Pantene. MAN: The reinvented Pro-Vitamin formula seals in protein from root to tip. My hair feels so healthy all the way to the ends. I want to win as an athlete and shine for Australia.

New Pantene. P&G. For business or leisure car rental, Red Spot offers drive-off inclusive drive-away rates with no hidden extras. Police will resume the search this morning for a 55-year-old grandmother who's been missing for nine days. Gail Lynch was last seen at her unit in Warwick, west of Brisbane. Her family has made a desperate appeal for information. Gail, if you are watching or anything, please, ring the police. We love you and are worried about you. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper joins us now from Brisbane. Michelle, police have said they are treating her disappearance as suspicious, haven't they? Yes, they have. They hold grave fears for Gail's saferity. Yesterday they searched the home of a 58-year-old former boyfriend who they say she met on an Internet dating site. The man liveness Toowoomba which is a near by suburb of Warwick. They had him in for questioning. They released him. Yesterday they started searching his apartment thoroughly. They've confiscated his car which is a 2004, blue Ford Falcon. They are appealing for anyone who may have seen this car in the Warwick area last Tuesday night, 3 July, between the hours of 6 PM and 6 am to come forward. How extensive is the search? The search has been ongoing for the past couple of days, about 20 police and SES volunteers have been combing all the local parks and the waterways desperately looking for any clues as to Gail's whereabouts. They any clues as to Gail's whereabouts. They any clues as to Gail's whereabouts. They are for evensly examining her apart They are for evensly examining her apartment. But they say her bank accounts have not been used or her phone and her reading glasses were found on the counter of her home. Keep us up to date on that. Thank you for that. Still ahead - feel you're working too hard? Then sue your boss. We'll explain how. Plus, a 35-year-old murder mystery. Police offer a reward to find the remains of anti-drugs campaigner Donald Mackay. And shooting champ Russell Mark takes aim at Olympic bosses after they ban him from rooming with his wife in the athletes' village. VOICEOVER: Kmart has truckloads of toys at low prices. This 160GB Sony PS3 console with 3-D Blu-ray capability and wireless controller for $229. Irresistibly low prices on everything every day? ALL: OK! 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...

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(PEOPLE CHEER) Justin Bieber performing live, exclusive to Seven. GRANT DENYER: He's performing, everyone! You will only see him on Sunrise right here on Seven. Well, unless you've been living under a rock, we all know Justin Bieber will be live on Sunrise next Wednesday. And there will be some very excited fans as he performs from the Overseas Passenger Terminal. If you were lucky enough to score a ticket, you have until 9am Monday, Australian Eastern time, to validate it. That means you have to print the ticket from our website. If you don't do that you will lose it. This is what a Justin Bieber ticket looks like. It has a unique barcode, so if you don't have a valid ticket, don't come down. The best place to see Justin is by tuning into Sunrise, and watching at home. Have you got all that? print it out. We have really heavy Have you got all that? You have to security and New South Wales police is working with us. We have got 30 of our own security staff. 35 police. We have got water police. We have got the whole - the whole lot. If you think you are going to get in without a ticket, think again. You're dreaming. Ebay is removing tickets posted on its site, and our system will reject tickets which have been copied or tickets that have been on-sold. Let's be safe and enjoy Bieber day on Sunrise! You will catch every second of right here on Sunrise. You will catch every second of it Making news this morning - new hopes of finding the body of anti-drugs campaigner Donald Mackay. The 'Sydney Morning Herald' reports detectives could soon start excavations in areas where Mackay may have been buried. The former Liberal Party candidate disappeared after leaving a pub in Griffith 35 years ago this weekend. It's thought he was murdered after his anti-drug campaign angered Mafia bosses. Police and the State Government have announced a $200,000 reward for information leading to Mr Mackay's remains. 35 years ago. It's an amazing story. It was the centre of the original Underbelly series. Now, should you be able to sue your boss for working you too hard? The radical idea could become law if unions have their way. It's part of plan to stamp out bullying in the workplace but bosses say the changes go too far. So, should you be able to sue your boss for making you work too hard? Tell us what you think. Don't you just quit and get another job? Yeah, I think most people wouldn't obviously need to or have the where with all to negotiate but there are people who are pretty down with all to negotiate but maybe trodden and being abused. Maybe there needs to be some kind of avenue for them. That's Craig. He is one of them. He loves his job. You can see he has really got a sweet up there. Also making news - the Olympic couple banned from sharing a room in London. Married shooters Russell and Lauryn Mark in the Athletes' Village. Officials blame the rules on sharing of bathrooms. Lauryn says it's disrupted her Games preparations as they've roomed together at other events. So, should the married Olympians be able to room together in London? Tell us what you think. There seems to be a little bit of confusion about this. At one stage they could. Now they can't. Nick Green who is the chef de mission, he was my roomy in Beijing. He is the one who said you can't do it. Come on Nick. You think they would have sorted this out before. We are only a couple of weeks ago. It's bleeding obvious Russell is punching well above his weight privately. Is it because of this thought of... thought of.... No, nothing before the big day. Is it because males share the rooms. Male bathrooms and female bath Male bathrooms and female bathrooms. It's not lip fillers, it's not Botox, it's not breast implants - it's toe surgery. More and more people are spending thousands to have their toes re-shaped. Toes can be trimmed down to avoid 'toe-besity' and second toes can be shortened so they're not longer than your big toe. Are you self-conscious about your toes? Would you ever have surgery on your feet to make them look better? I thought this was ridiculous when I first heard it, my second toe is bigger than my big toe. It might be a good idea, my feet are pretty ugly. Let me take you aside and give you a talking to. Doesn't that mean you are a bit after athlete. Does it? Mine Is too and I'm certainly no athlete. Let's have a Gander. No, I've got tights on. Such a bummer! News is next. Then the who's who walk shine in Melbourne. We'll take you star-spotting inside the glitzy event. But first here's a look at the food tasting at the Woollie's fresh fairs this weekend.

If you're sceptical about an anti-ageing cream that promises results in 10 minutes, you wouldn't be alone. It's a big claim to make. But just watch this. After one application of Regenerist Wrinkle Revolution, even the look of deep lines and wrinkles are dramatically reduced. And that's real untouched footage. Still, if you try it and you're not satisfied, you can have your money back. That's real results or your money back. Olay Regenerist. Challenge what's possible. 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. Welcome to everyone who comes to see us with their signing. Even Christmas Island who flew in. us with their signing. Even from Welcome everyone, come and see us. We have a news update with Sarah. A 13-year-old boy was inside a Sydney home when it was shot at several times overnight. Police have recovered 25 spent cartridges from outside the property in Greenfield Park, in the city's south-west. Three men and two women were also inside the house at the time but no-one was injured. Detectives believe the shooting was targeted. Around 20 Queensland police and SES volunteers will continue to scour bushlands and creeks today for a woman missing west of Brisbane. Gail Lynch has been missing for 10 days. She was last seen at her Warwick home. Gail, if you're watching or anything please ring the police. We love you and are worried about you. Her family say her disappearance is out of character. The home of Mrs Lynch's ex-boyfriend is under police guard and his car has been seized. Victorian police have captured a runaway inmate at a Melbourne hotel almost 300km from the prison he escaped from. Officers arrested 24-year-old Justin Curruth last night on Monday. It's believed he made his great escape in a taxi. Curruth was jailed in January for theft. Two people, including an elderly man, have been freed from their cars after a head-on collision on a freeway outside Melbourne Airport. Emergency services were called to Sunbury Road It looks like it was a high-impact collision. As you can see, the vehicles are severely damaged and it took a lot of expertise to get them out. Both drivers were taken to hospital. An avalanche has swept over a group of European climbers in the French Alps, killing nine people on the slopes of Mont Maudit. Although four climbers were first reported missing, police later confirmed they were alive. The avalanche was thought to have been triggered when a climber caused a sheet of snow and ice to break off the mountainside. A city in Southern China has declared war on piranhas after two people were attacked while paddling on a river. The local government is offering a $200 reward for every fish caught dead or alive. The bounty comes with free bait and the river has been declared off-limits while the hunt is on. In finance news: European markets well down. Greece's unemployment, our rose from 5.3 to

5.4. Greece's unemployment came in at 22. at 22.5% at 22.5%. Youth unemployment at 51. at 22.5%. Youth unemployment at 51.5% at 22.5%. Youth unemployment at 51.5%. Time for sport. Gun Collingwood midfielder Scott Pendlebury will make his return from a leg injury in this weekend's AFL Grand Final rematch against Geelong. North Melbourne and Carlton clash tonight to kick off Round 16 with full coverage on Seven and 7mate around the country. The Kangaroos have developed a habit of running out of steam in matches but insist it's not due to a lack of fitness. It's nothing to do with endurance, it's nothing to do with the style of play It's to do with us making some errors. Marc Murphy returns from a shoulder injury for the Blues. NRL cellar-dwellers Parramatta are reportedly preparing to make a multimillion-dollar play for former Penrith captain Luke Lewis. The Eels tackle the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium tonight to kick off Round 19. And they're determined to start better than they did against Manly who piled on six unanswered first-half tries last week. In tonight's other match, the Broncos host the Warriors at Suncorp Stadium. Cadel Evans' chances of defending his Tour de France crown have plummeted after he lost more time to Bradley Wiggins in Stage 11. An early attack on Wiggins was contained by Team Sky and Cadel was then dropped on the final climb. Wiggins is now 3 minutes 19 seconds ahead of Evans, who has slipped to fourth overall. Frenchman Pierre Rolland won the stage. Let's have a look at the footy tips for this weekend. The boys and girls are both tipping the Blues over the Kangaroos in tonight's AFL game. But tomorrow night the girls are tipping the Pies while the boys are going for the Cats, while the boys like the Lions and the girls are going for the Saints. And we're also split on Sunday's top of the table clash between the Eagles and the Swans. Beretts is taking a big roll of the dice here. Four differences. You have to catch up. We agree on all games this weekend in the NRL including tipping the Bulldogs over the Eels and the Broncos over the Warriors tonight. A big weekend ahead. This could be the decider. Interesting. Let's check your weather around the country. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, better get in bight and early. Sale ends Sunday. Showers increasing for Cairns. Rain at Mackay. Drizzle at Bundaberg. Brisbane, isolated showers. Rain clearing in Dubbo. Sunny for Broken Hill. Sydney, rain this morning, clearing to a fine afternoon. Canberra, a little rain clearing. Wet and cool at Ballarat. Melbourne, a few showers. Partly cloudy at Launceston. Hobart, the chance of rain clearing. Adelaide, showers and possible storms. Sunny for Coober Pedy. A bit of drizzle over Kangaroo Island at the moment. Mostly sunny for Alice Springs. Darwin, fine. And in Western Australia - showers easing later for Albany. Light showers in Bunbury. Perth, partly cloudy. Sunny for Exmouth. I love doing the weather. I can tell. You love your iPad too. After the break - why boys will now receive the cervical cancer vaccine. We'll seek some medical advice. Also, the simple gesture keeping Aussies well-fed this winter. It's a story to warm your heart. But first, here's your Woolworths Fresh Fair update. Yes, indeed, I am in Heaven, I'm backstage here at Woollies at the bakery with one with Michael. have you made for us. bakery with one with Michael. What A range of beautiful fresh product. Mafrg. These are still warm. We start workerly, every day, what we bake today, we sell today How about that, whether it's bred, bred roll, bred roll,, scones, even doughnuts, this is the place to be, the fresh fair, it's all happening. Yeah, sampling, Taste testing? On this weekend. At your local Woollies this weekend, today, tomorrow and Sunday, it's the last of their three fabulous fresh fair, you can try all of Millions of Australians have recently been provided with an initial payment to help with everyday expenses through the Australian Government's Household Assistance Package. Now, if you're an individual taxpayer earning less than $80,000 a year, you'll benefit from the next part of this package through tax cuts. From the 1st of July 2012, you'll pay less tax, with the tax-free threshold tripling to $18,200. Also, if you currently receive a government payment for families and parents, seniors or individuals, increases to payments will come into effect between March next year and early 2014. For more information on how it might assist you, visit australia.gov.au VOICEOVER: Kmart has truckloads of toys at low prices. This Wii console bundle with Wii Wheel and Mario Kart Wii for $125.

ALL: OK! 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. That's the view from the Jetstar Skycam. , As the school holidays come to a close in New South Wales. The power to veto new night clubs. It comes of course after Thomas Kelly was bashed there. They are closing in on the young man's It comes of course after 18-year-old

killer. The Gardasil cervical cancer vaccine will soon also be given to young boys in schools across Australia. From next year, boys aged 12 and 13 will receive the vaccination under the National Immunisation Program at a cost of $21 million over four years. It comes two years after the immunisation program began for girls. Joining me now with more is Sunrise GP Ginni Mansberg. Good morning. Ginni, why is it important that boys be vaccinated, There are two reasons. Number one, actually, we are going to have calling it the calling it the sever Val, the human pap loam a virus which does cause cervical cancer does affect boys as well. But also, because the human virus is a sexually transmitted infection, only wiping it out infection, only wiping it out from girls, if there are a number of girls who don't receive the advantage seen and their partners have the virus, they could still get cervical cancer, it's just another push at reducing the incidents of cervical cancer. How much that is worked? We have seen a huge drop in the number of genital warts which is of the manifestations. It will take a while longer to see that massive number of genital warts which is one

kick down in the number of certificate Val cancers but we are really expecting to see it. Some groups are saying, this is a waste of money, what do you say to ha that? Can I see where they are coming from. These virus cancers in males are far less common. Maybe we should be focussing on getting all of our girls advantage Nated and reducing that anxiety about some parents feel. But, if you think about it, the original cost of vaccinating girls which started out in 2006 was like $ like $250 million for the Federal government. This program is only costing $ costing $21 million over four years. That dch they have That dch they have obviously negotiated way down the cost of that advantage seen, on a bang for your buck basis, this is a cheap program, if it will kick the original one along, it's a bit of a no-brainer. People along, it's a bit of a no-brainer. People having to go overseas, cancer drugs not available or available at a huge price would it be better putting this $ putting this $20 million into something else? You have to remember, that only certificate Cal cancer kills people. It's completely preventable. So it's an absolute tragedy that any woman would die of it here in Australia. see women getting those changes, would die of it here in Australia. I these precancerous changes. Many of these women need to get time off work to have those cells removed. It's very traumatic. And it's very emotional. I think for those emotional. I think for those women, it is a good spend. $ it is a good spend. $20 million is not a big spend in terms of public It's a sad reality that in a first world country like ours people still go hungry. There are lots of charities out there working to change that. And recently a group of top chefs, butchers and primary producers decided to turn the winter gloom into beef giving season. So I went to meet them. If there's one thing we love more than people who are passionate about what they do, it's people who are passionate about helping others. Meet Damian Head. The food being prepared in his kitchen will sell for $20 or $30 a plate this lunchtime. But the beef dish he's whipping up in the corner is something special. He's on a mission to feed 120 people who might find a warm meal difficult to come by this winter. We've brought Lieutenant Colonel Colin Haggar from the Salvation Army around to meet him. Hey, Colin. G'day, Damien. How you doing? Colin deals every day with people who've suffered abuse, struggled with addiction or found themselves homeless. The food from Damian's kitchen can play a massive part in helping them. So let's see what's possible when we put the head chef together with the man from the Salvos. Around 100,000 people sleep rough in Australia every night - A third of them are under 25. The hostel we're working with provides food, shelter and support to as many as possible. Our head chef can't feed everyone on his own. So we've enlisted a few other characters. Beef producer Stuart Glover is on hand to offer his expertise. And butcher Colin Holt joins us in the Salvation Army kitchen. So the gloves are on. We've got 120 hungry blokes lined up. I'm on vegetables, we are good to go. We're only helping out for one night But Damian and Neil would like to do more of this. But everyone feels like they're doing something. Of course the head chef works us hard. Come on boys, it's too slow. And new friends are made... ..inside the kitchen and out. Pete, what did you make of that meal tonight? Short work. The meat's lovely, the meat's tender. Yeah, it was really really good. For the food experts, it's a back-to-basics experience. Normally in an a la carte resteraunt you can serve all your customers. They pay good money and enjoy their dinner but tonight everybody I served smiled and said "thank you". For those fighting poverty it's a crucial part of the battle. It's something that's missing from their lives before they come to us so, yeah, nutrition is a big part of getting these people back on track. And for us it's a privilege to be part of it, even if just for one night. Some people might be daunted at having that responsibility all the time but not our man from the Salvos. I've got the best job in the world. Now to sport, and it's a crucial match for North Melbourne and Carlton tonight in the AFL. So let's bring in Channel 7 AFL commentator Timmy Watson to join Simon as well. Tim, what's your tip for tonight? Well, I think it's going to be a great game tonight between Carlton and North Melbourne. Carlton got back on the winners list last week. They have got Marc Murphy back into the side. Kruezer showed his best form of the year against the Magpies last weekend as well. Yarran was back running. All the good signs for Carlton in this run to the finals. North Melbourne have won four of their last five. So this is why it's going to be a great contest. They are playing the best football they have played under Brad Scott in the time that he's been there. I just think that Carlton will just get over the top of them tonight. OK. What about Geelong? Have they got the goods, the other big game? Yeah, well, it's going to be a massive game between these two sides. They played in last year's Grand Final. Of course, Geelong beat them earlier in the season. They've lost Bartel but on the flipside they have got Stevie Johnson back into the side. Collingwood are welcoming back Scotty Pendlebury. He was the Brownlow favourite before he went out with that injury. I think if they can return anywhere near their form... They've got Brown in the defence, they've got Tarrant back into their side as well. They look better on paper than what they did last week. I'm expecting Collingwood to win that game. OK, all right. Sime, the top of the table clash. West Coast, Swannies on Sunday afternoon, it should be an absolute cracking game. Memories of 2005 and 2006, the great rivalry, so this is going to be an absolute beauty and the Eagles will definitely miss Lynch and Shuey as well. So go Swans. Tim, what do you reckon with this one? Yeah, this is a flip of the coin too. I've been really impressed with Sydney this year. Goodes came back to some very good form last week. Reid's kicked six goals, that's his best individual performance so far as a goal kicking forward. So they've got those guns up forward. The Eagles have got a good defence but Cox was so great last week - I think at home you've got to tip the Eagles. Yeah. Moving on to league, Simon, the impact of the Origin hangover on the Broncos and Storm this weekend. Kochie, Storm are under the pump. They got smashed by Canberra last week. Billy Slater's still not back, he's probably another week away. Cameron Smith is back so that's good for them. They face up to the Cowboys tomorrow at AAMI Park. So they're two points now only in front of the Bulldogs. So, you know, Wayne Bennett said earlier in the week, it's probably at least two or three weeks before the Origin sort of stuff will settle down. Those were three brutal matches. The Broncs not so bad, they had the bye last week. They face the Warriors tonight. So I think they can take that one. OK, all right, guys, thank you for that. A great weekend in sport. Timmy, I look forward to the calls on Seven this weekend. News is coming up. Then more Aussie out of work. What the Government is doing to stop the thousands of job losses. Plus, 'Glee' star Kristen Chenoweth in hospital after head injuries after an accident on set and update on her condition is next. VOICEOVER: Kmart has truckloads of toys at low prices. This Wii console bundle with Wii Wheel and Mario Kart Wii for $125. ALL: OK! 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. Jason Bourne is in Manhattan. What? That's all I have. Loosen up, this is a national security emergency The FBI is investigating links between this man, Jason Bourne. That's action superstar Jeremy Renner in action in 'The Bourne Legacy'. We can reveal he'll be coming to Australia early next month for the film's premiere. And, he'll be dropping by Brekky Central. Will he? He hadn't re read that. I love the Bourne franchise. It will be different with him though. More than that. Time for Showbiz news with Blair Late in Hollywood. Morning. And 'Glee' star Kristen Chenoweth has been rushed to hospital after having an accident on set. She was in a terrible accident. TV and Broadway star Kristen was on location shooting 'The Good Wife'. She was filming in Brooklyn, the wind was so strong, that it caused a piece of lighting equipment and it hit her directly in the head. Now a crew member said she was hit so crew member said she was hit so far, she was knocked out cold, completely. He was in fear that she was perhaps dead. She was eventually put on a stretcher. Rushed to the emergency room but we can thank our lucky stars that the beautiful Diva is actually back home resting. Her representative released a statement saying " saying "Kristen has been released from the hospital. She is home recovering. She thanks everybody for her prayers and well wishes. I hope it didn't affect her singing voice." Lucky she is still alive. Moving on, and it's being reported Demi Moore is still not speaking to her daughters. What's the story? This is a very interesting story. It shows how divorce can certainly affect the parents just as much as it affects the children. That's what happened in this case. Basically ever since Demi and Ashton went through their public divorce and then which lead to Demi's public nervous breakdown that led to her going to rehab, the three daughters, have decided to distance themselves from their mother because they feel like they are " like they are "walking on egg shells" when they are around her. They want to give her some time to heal alone. Demi took this personally and at a recent graduation of her daughter ta lul why back in June, Demi did not sit with any of the family members, nor did she speak to any of the girls at the graduation because she is devastated by the fact that her girls are removing themselves from her. They are all just taking some time to heal. At least the girls have each other. The mother is not taking this very Are the girls angry at the names they gave them? taking this very well.

That's the truth. I would be. Talulah, scout and rue And Tom Cruise's lawyer is furious with the American media for making up vicious rumours about his client. It's so unlike them. Here we are at Sunrise report the truth. What I will tell you, it's ironic that Tom and Kathie were able to set and Kathie were able to settle things pretty simply but not with the media. Tom's people are firing back at the national wery for releasing rumours called the house of horrors. This is what he had to say in the letter. It says " say in the letter. It says "as you were notified in advance, your current issue of national wery makes numerous false and defamatory assertions about our client Tom Cruise. These are lie, vicious hurtful, damaging lies." So now that Tom has Tom has quietly settled things with Kathie. It seems he and his team are out to get the media which is trying to ruin his reputation which is very important to Tom Cruise as we know. Thank you for that, Blair. Catch you later in the Still ahead on Sunrise this morning - A Sydney home sprayed with dozens of bullets in the middle of the night. The desperate search for a Queensland woman. Families slugged with a tax on a tax. Find out how you're paying twice. Inside the place our athletes will call home in London. Iva Davies and the boys rock Brekky Central. # You've got to be crazy baby # To want a guy like me # Yeah, you've got to be out of your mind. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Nat. Hello again. Our big week of music continues this morning with rock legends Icehouse. We have been trying to connive why and the band to come on Sunrise for about a year and a half. They have re rented. We have been hearing them warm up. It's very cool. If you have toes that you think need a toe tuck. Snap a photo. Email it through to us. Do we want to show that, people's fat shows in the morning. Or if you've got a partner who could be a card date for toe tucking. Time for the news, here is Sarah. Witnesses say a shooting in Sydney's west sounded like a machine gun after dozens of shots were fired into a home at Greenfield Park last night. The gunman targeted the home just before midnight. Five adults and a teenager were home at the time, but weren't injured. A police strike force has been called in, A large two story house, quite large for this area. It sounded like a machine begun was fired around midnight. Police say all indications are that a settlementy automatic weapon may have been used or more

than one weapon fired from a dark said and was seen in this the time of the shooting. Just in said and was seen in this area at the last half hour, police have removed quite a lot of evidence markers from the area directly outside the home here. 25 bullet casings were found an incredible amount. They are being tested at the moment. As you mentioned two, six people inside at the time. 3 adult men, two adult women and a 13-year-old boy. No-one was hurt. This was a targeted attack police have confirmed. They have called in taskforce officers set up to investigate gang crime in New South Wales police are close to making an arrest for the murder of 18-year-old Thomas Kelly at Sydney's Kings Cross last Saturday night. A number of people have come forward with important information after a renewed appeal. We will get who is responsible for this - maybe not tomorrow, maybe not next week Sydney's Mayor Clover Moore is now pushing for a new weekend transport plan to get Kings Cross revellers home faster. It includes pre-paid taxis and private buses. Australia has welcomed indications from South Korea that it won't proceed with a whaling program.

Seoul caused international outcry last week when it announced it was considering a so-called 'scientific' hunt. Foreign Minister Bob Carr says the country has confirmed it has abandoned the plans. But the opposition is remaining cautious, saying it will wait for an official statement from Seoul before responding. Toll Holdings will take legal action today to try and stop hundreds of workers striking outside a Coles warehouse in Melbourne. Workers yesterday rejected a new pay offer by Toll and vowed to continue their protest which is disrupting supplies to Victoria's Coles supermarkets. There is no doubt that product availability and reliability will be severely impaired for Coles supermarkets. Toll, which manages the warehouse staff on behalf of Coles, will today ask Fair Work Australia to intervene in the dispute. An Adelaide teenager is in a critical condition after being struck by a bolt of lightning during football training. Amanda Bachman is following the story. Amanda, how did team-mates react when the lightning bolt struck? They were amazing. They reacted really quickly. What happened was 17-year-old Jackson marsh was playing footy at Kensington oval which is in Adelaide's eastern suburbs. He was kicking around the footy with a bunch of friends in an informal training session. The lightning struck. Some said they saw

the ground shake. Jackson was lying motionless on the ground. They rushed to help. One was able to perform CPR by the time the ambulance came, Jackson was breathing again. He remains here at the royal Adelaide hospital in a critical condition. Now, it really was very unlucky because what happened yesterday, we had a series of storms that came just north of Adelaide. They swept through the Barossa valley and the Adelaide hills. There were reports of Hale, the size of golf balls. There was a drenching rain and there were a lot of thunderstorms but here on the plain, we really didn't have much thunder and lightning. So for Jackson, it was absolutely a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, Sarah. London's Olympic Village is officially open for business. The world has had its first look inside where 16,000 athletes will be living in two weeks. Officials have already started to move into the village, which boasts a game room, a dry bar and even a beauty salon. London's Mayor Boris Johnson was one of the first to be given a tour. Japanese researchers have invented a robot that can convey a sense of touch to humans. By wearing special gloves a person can feel what the robot is touching. The system is equipped with sensors that measure pressure, temperature and vibrations. Researchers say the technology could be used for remote-controlled surgery, rescue operations and even online shopping. Coming up - we take you inside one of the world's biggest comic book conventions and catch up with the stars of 'Twilight'. But first here's Kochie. Wall Street down again, 7 th straight trading day. Europe, a lot of action there, Italy sort of had a good bond auction. In Germany, they auctioned off two year government notes. Had a negative yield. That is investors were saying, " investors were saying, "here you go, Germany, here is my money. We don't want any interest rate on our money in fact, we will pay you to hold it for us." Just extraordinary. Greases unemployment'Up' to 25. unemployment'Up' to 25.5% unemployment'Up' to 25.5%. To our region yesterday Let's just vck a look at the historic rate of our unemployment rate, 5. rate, 5.2% rate, 5.2%. Still well below the long-term average of 7. long-term average of 7.2% long-term average of 7.2%. We long-term average of 7.2%. We got to a 33 year low in February 2008 this is the charge that is showing a a 33 year low in February 2008 but bit of shot bit of bit of softness. This is the hours worked and the last couple of months is showing a reduction in the number of hours worked. That means bosses aren't doing the overtime. They are not getting the extra casuals on. And that's what is concern ago lot of economists, saying that we might have a soft job market for the next couple of months. Sport now, here's Beretts. Cadel Evans has lost more time to Bradley Wiggins at the Tour de France, leaving the defending champion in serious trouble. Evans launched a gutsy attack more than 60km from home in Stage 11 but Team Sky was able to reel him in. The effort eventually took its toll, and Cadel was dropped on the final climb. COMMENTATOR: Cadel Evans is looking to be in trouble here. Sad sight that to see the defending champion now struggling. Wiggins extended his lead over Evans to 3 minutes 19 seconds. Frenchman Pierre Rolland crashed in the mountains but recovered to win the stage. Broncos coach Anthony Griffin has labelled the Warriors one of the NRL's elite sides ahead of tonight's clash at Suncorp Stadium to kick off Round 19. The Kiwis are sitting eighth on the ladder but Griffin says their playing talent is among the best in the league. In tonight's other match, fierce rivals the Bulldogs and Eels will square off at ANZ Stadium for the Bandaged Bear Cup. The AFL finals hopes of North Melbourne and Carlton will go on the line tonight when Round 16 of the AFL gets underway at Etihad Stadium. Both sides are outside the top eight and can't afford a defeat. to bolster the Blues' midfield. All the action's on Seven and 7mate tonight. Check your local guides. Cheeky Brits are trying to claim Sally Pearson as one of their own ahead of the London Olympics. Pearson's mum is English and journalists keep asking if she'd ever switch allegiances. Sally laughs off the question and says even her English relatives will be screaming "Aussie, Aussie, Aussie" in London. I'm more important than GB. As soon as it comes to the 100m hurdles they're going be barracking for me. This weekend's Diamond League meet is Sally's last competition before the Games. She is great. What a smile. She is a favourite. She is a sensation. Now to today's weather. Grant is up high. We sure are. How often do you get a brand new Sydney skyscraper being built. We are playing amongst it. What level is this, mate 39. 39. What is 40? Haberdashery, ladies underwear. 39. What is 40? Haberdashery, ladies underwear.? No, no. A great guy. Great guy, having a laugh with the workers up here. See you mate, have a great day. Level 39. There you go. The brand new development that will adorn the Sydney skyline. Today, celebrating a topping off which in construction terms, means finish off the highest level. Extraordinary view. Check this out. Now, look at that. Don't go too close. I know, there is no window. So this is about as close as I'm about to go. There is Hyde Park. The thing that is significant about this, such is the protection about the building codes, if this was to shadow Hyde Park, it would not have been approved. The building has been designed a specific shape that it casts a shadow into an exiting building. Right under Sydney tower. You can see 14ks that way. You can

you are not right in the centre of the CBD, you are kind of near the Hilton. You get to look at the skyline and then it looks all the way west. Amazing construction. You know they with build a floor per week such as the speed in which do it. This is level 39, 50 will be the height and then it will be week such as the speed in which they

finished next year. And will be the main client onboard. This will be free to lease if you are after it. $ free to lease if you are after it. $1,000 a square metre. So, if you want it for your pool room, a great room to have a racing car set or a pool table or your office or whatever, let's look at the forecast. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, better get in bright and early. Sale ends Sunday. Steven, you are the project manager for this, why is this signify plant for Grocon and Sydney? It's the premium grade office tower. It's the highest grade office accommodation you can get. It's probably one of the last remaining sites in the Sydney CBD of taking down older building and building something new. It was t has taken a collection of buildings, very smaller commercial. buildings, very smaller commercial.? I mean, for the city, it didn't activate the city. This building reactivates the Sydney. It houses the ANZ Bank and Freehills lawyers and a lot of food and bench. It's significant in the sense that you only see six, six skyscrapers. This is the sixth tallest in Sydney. The last time something like this was built was probably ten years ago. Very good. See you in Very good. See you in half an hour. A search will resume this morning for a grandmother who's been missing for nine days. Gail Lynch was last seen at her unit in Warwick, 200 kilometres west of Brisbane. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper joins me now from Brisbane. Michelle, are police treating her disappearance as suspicious? They do hold grave concerns for gale Lynch's safety and yesterday, they

searched the home of her ex-boyfriend who is from Toowoomba a near by suburb to Warwick. He is a 38-year-old man that she allegedly - - 58-year-old man that she allegedly met on an Internet dating site. They had him in for questioning overnight on Wednesday but released him. Police are also appealing for anyone who may have seen his car. That's a 2004, blue Ford Falcon. They are wondering if anyone saw it last Tuesday night, 3 July when she disappeared between the hours of 6 PM and PM and 6 am. Gail's family made a public appeal. What have they said? They are very worried of course and concerned for her safety but they are not giving up hope just yet. Her son, has been in the area, handing out fliers with his cousin, just appealing for anyone with information to come forward. Her sister Lynne says that she talked to her the night that she disappeared and nothing was amiss. She seemed completely normal. Shear a look at what Lynne had to say. This is so unusual that it's really worrying us. She has never ever this before. Let's hope the police can have a worrying us. She has never ever done

breakthrough. Michelle, thank you for that report. Here's Kochie. Paramedics and doctors have joined the police in pushing for alcohol lockouts in party hotspots. It follows the unprovoked assault in Sydney which killed Thomas Kelly. Police are still searching for his attacker. How this fellow can live with himself given what he's done, and he hasn't presented to police to give himself up and throw himself upon the mercy of the courts and beg forgiveness of the family is beyond me. It was the 18-year-old's first time partying in Kings Cross. Joining me now is the head of St Vincent's Emergency Department, Professor Gordian Fulde. Good morning. You have some really strong thoughts on this, what do you think? Do think lockouts will on this, what do you think? Do you In the end t comes down to the classic, there is personal think lockouts will work?

responsibility but what we see in the emergency department, especially on a Friday and Saturday, the carnage, the battlefield if you will, is in some ways carnage, the battlefield Casualties directly related to the length they have been drinking and how much they have been drinking. Both of those I think we are doing badly. 3 for instance is people can drink for a while, you can see the number of think we are doing badly. 3 o'clock

injuries, bad injuries that come in after 3, compared to before 3. It's really like a watershed and then our drinking culture of drinking lots and lots quickly only adds to the problem. So a lockout will turf everybody out on the street at the same time? That may cause more problems. All of these things have to be thought out carefully. Putting X carefully. Putting X thousand people in the street at 3 o'clock in the morning will not solve a lot of problems. Thomas Kelly went to you, that was on your watch as well as so often happens at Kings Cross. Tell me, you say personal responsibility but alcohol and drugs takes that responsibility away, doesn't it? No, no. That's what the courts say. Yeah, well I disagree. If you and decide to have a few drinks. You and I - we don't, decide to do something Yeah, well I disagree. If you and I

marginal, recreational drugs, it's our decision because we know as soon as we start drinking or taking drugs in anyway, shape or form, we know what that could do to us. We do know rchings thanks to the Mead dwra, the horrible things that could happen, because so the initial event was totally our responsibility, I believe. So what you're saying is forget the lock-outs, let's go to the court system to make young people think twice, if I do something twice, if I do something stupid when I'm on I'm on drugs or alcohol i can't use lack of responsibility as a defence. It was my decision. I knew what could happen. Can I give you an exam. But in the early 50, if you hopped behind a car and you were pissed, and you ran over somebody, you got very little punishment, if any because and you killed them because you weren't accountable like a psychiatric disease. That was alcohol driving Australia. 60 years ago or whatever. The same thing. Once you start drinking, once you start taking drugs you have to be I believe responsible for what follows. OK. Great point. Good to see you as usual and to and your team, your just amazing. And police still need help finding Thomas Kelly's attacker. If you saw anything on Saturday that might help, contact Crime Stoppers. More Australians are out of work after Myer announced it would slash 100 jobs. The department store has blamed tough trading conditions for the cuts, most of which will be back-office roles at its Melbourne headquarters. It comes as Australia's unemployment rate hit a 3-month high. It edged up slightly to 5.2% in June due to the loss of 27,000 jobs. Joining us now for their reaction are our Big Guns of Politics - Environment Minister Tony Burke in Sydney and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey up in Brisbane. Tony, the retail sector is clearly struggling. There are these cuts at Myer and also the 700 jobs under threat at Darrell Lea. What is the Government doing about it? I think the way Kochie framed it a few minutes ago when he went through those unemployment figures is exactly right. What we have got at the moment is edging up from some very good figures a few months ago, in long-term averages, it's still low. But there is a softness at the moment and retail is feeling the brunt of it. The most important low. But there is a softness there

thing to remember here at the same time, is it's more than 800,000 jobs that have been established since we came into office. Jobs have been an absolute centrepiece of what this government is about. But there's no doubt at all, particularly with what has happened with the dollar, we have had an economy where some sections like the mining boom have been absolutely going gang busters and you've had other sections like retail which have found it much tougher and that's why we have made sure in each of the different taxation changes we have taxation changes we have made, particularly the mining tax that we are spreading the benefits of the boom. If all those - that revenue remains hived up in remains hived up in the mining sector and doesn't make its way across the economy. Let's just hope the mining sector keep their profits up. Joe, when you look at it though, and look at it though, and have just down a bit after comparison here on unemployment rates around the world, for example, the world's strongest economy, Germany, unemployment 5. economy, Germany, unemployment 5.6% economy, Germany, unemployment 5.6%. United States, 8. United States, 8.2% United States, 8.2%. Spain and Greece of course, are absolute cot cases. But even the UK, 8. cases. But even the UK, 8.1% cases. But even the UK, 8.1%. Prime Minister says our economy is cases. But even the UK, 8.1%. The still the envy of world leaders. According to those figure, it probably is. I was the last Coalition minister for industrial relations. I left this mob a 4% unemployment rate. The Free GFC. OK, so it never happened. So let's Crowe about a 5. Crowe about a 5.2% rate or 33,000 full-time jobs being lost last month. I can tell you as someone who has worked in business, unlike in the Labor, I can tell you what the solution is, less tax so you has worked in business, unlike many

don't have satisfy carbon tax or a mining tax. Rest regulation so you don't have this this complexity of financial advisors, stop making it harder to employ people and get with the job of allowing business to take risk. That's the bottom line. harder to employ people and get on

Business isn't going to go out and employ more people if they feel as though there is another sledge hammer coming their way in the form of new taxes and regulations. News Limited is reporting this morning we're being hit with a tax on a tax with power suppliers and other companies applying the GST on top of the carbon tax. Tony, are you double taxing us? Well, let's remember the actual impact of the carbon price. We talking about 0. talking about 0.7% on the household bills. So, impact of the carbon price. We are

That's a - we are talking about a double tax. Why should GST be applied to the impact of a carbon tax? What we are talking about here, Kochie, is 70 cents in every $ Kochie, is 70 cents in every $100 is your total impact. You've got the pricing where

pollution is actually occurring and then at the retail end, you end up with a GST but it has been blown up. I'd rather keep my 70 cents than give it extra to you. What we are talking about, here. With the carbon price, the alternative is alternative is to have a situation with pollution is free. That's the alternative. Tony, the double tax is fair you saying, that's right. We should all accept Tony, the double tax is fair you are

The mechanics of how the GST works across the entire economy have accept it.

set down for more than a decade now. across the entire economy have been So that's a yes, yes. OK, Joe. You remember we used to have whole sale sales taxes. What we did was, we abolished those because they were embedded taxes and when we introduced the GST, it was meant to be at the end of the food chain be at the end of the food chain. So there were no embedded taxess along the way. The only area where you have the way. The only area where you have taxes on taxes is insurance. A huge percentage of what people pay in insurance goes in taxes to the state and Federal Governments. But the best way to get the best way to get efficiency in the economy is to have only one tax on a product, not an 'em on a product, not an embedded tax and another tax on top of it which is what is happening with the carbon tax. Now South Korea has assured Foreign Minister Bob Carr it won't go ahead with its scientific whaling program. Tony, as Environment Minister have you had a win? This is a massive relief this one. We were looking a year ago at the prospect of actually going on the - a week ago of Gold Coast prospect of actually going backwards backwards. The position is very simple. There is nothing scientific about harpooning a whale, two up and eating it. The claim that that can be done in a scientific way about harpooning a whale, chopping

is rubbish and I'm really glad the Koreans have decided to not go down that path. Let's hope they can convince the Japanese to do the same. Gentlemen, thank you for that. Have a great weekend. Well the stars of 'Twilight' have made a big impression at the annual Comic-Con convention in San Diego. Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner walked the red carpet on the first day of the pop culture event. The expo is one of the biggest of its kind in the world and has attracted fans in all sorts of costumes. Our US bureau chief Mike Amor is there. Mike, you spoke to the 'Twilight' stars. How were they? Were you dressed as a vampire? Yeah, no, costumes for me, span decks doesn't suit me, but I speak to all the stars of decks doesn't suit me, but I did the'Twilight' light movie. They are here promoting the last of the'Twilight' light series of the'Twilight' light series but they here promoting the last instalment

of the'Twilight' light series but they are here to proceed they are here to promote it. They are very sad to see the end of the 'Twilight' series. They went from waiting on tables to being in one of the most successful franchisees is the past decade. They are still so popular that fans have been camped out here since last week to get inside one of the panels that they have where they can actually ask questions of the stars of the show and sadly, one woman died while crossing the road so desperate to try to get into that line to get inside. Who else is likely to attend? OK. You know, they are not just in other words here, there words here, words You know, they are not just in You know, they are not just You know, they are not You know, they are Notte just nerdse Hoare, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone will be on stage together. Really, Hollywood has taken over this event. It started back in 1970 but it has become enormous and Hollywood is using it to promote their new movies. They are using it to promote video games, Thank you for that. Of course, you have done interviews with the cast Kochie.

of 'Twilight'. You will that on on Monday's show. Looking forward to that. Thank you, mate. Still ahead - feel you're working too hard? Then sue your boss. We'll explain how. Plus shooting champ Russell Mark takes aim at Olympic bosses for banning him from rooming with his wife in the London Athletes' Village. Then, rock legends Icehouse. They're live at Brekky Central. - The secret records kept on UFO sightings. We'll take a look inside the sealed archives. News headlines first though, here's Sarah. Witnesses say a shooting in Sydney's west sounded like a machine gun after dozens of shots were fired into a home at Greenfield Park last night. The gunman targeted the home just before midnight. Five adults and a teenager were home at the time but weren't injured. A police strike force has been called in and they're searching for a dark-coloured sedan. It comes after four shootings in the area this week. A search will resume this morning for a grandmother who's been missing for 10 days. Gail Lynch was last seen at her unit in Warwick, 200km west of Brisbane. Police have confirmed her disappearance is being treated as suspicious. Ms Lynch's family says her disappearance is out of character. Police will review security vision after an Adelaide Hotel was held up overnight. Two men, one armed with a knife, threatened staff at the Maid Hotel in Edwardstown, demanding cash from a safe. The robbers esaped with an uknown sum of money. No-one was injured and police are appealing for anyone with information to phone Crime Stoppers. The Gillard Government has confirmed families and businesses will be slugged twice by paying GST on top of the new carbon tax It's claimed the tax on a tax will add hundreds of dollars to household bills. What we are talking about here, Kochie, is 70 cents in every $100 is your total impact. Power companies have confirmed customers will pay the 10% GST on carbon costs Indonesian police are interrogating a second suspected people smuggler over the asylum boat which sank last month, killing 90 people. Indonesian authorities say a Pakistani man has been arrested over the tragedy off Christmas Island. Police say the man could also be involved in sending other boats of asylum seekers to Australia. An Afghan man was arrested last week over the same incident. Gun Collingwood midfielder Scott Pendlebury will make his return from a leg injury in this weekend's AFL Grand Final rematch against Geelong. North Melbourne and Carlton clash tonight to kick off Round 16 with full coverage on Seven and 7mate around the country.