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(generated from captions) of unsuspecting Aussies. The hitman scam sent to thousands to find those responsible. Now the police search James Holmes refuses to cooperate Colorado massacre suspect as he could face the death penalty. grind the host city to a halt London cabbies of the Games. just days out from the start Forget china and wishing wells, wedding gift from guests. why a house is the ultimate Lady mark laid # with her biggest hits. She's live and exclusive (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, That was an exotic song back in 1974. Did it work for you? In Lib's ear 1974. Did it work for you? In Lib's earvule aview... Yes. Didn't come out like that. It was a shortened sort of Australian version which starts with, " starts with, "Do you... starts with, "Do you...." starts with, "Do you....". Lib is away, isn't she Yes. You can tell. Apart from sexy songs, spy diving from space. who was set to plunge 27km The daredevil in history. in one of the biggest jumps He failed to fall. So, what went wrong? Plus, one dilemma for One Direction. Help. Can somebody help us. I am not having my baby on this floor. How the boy band handle things goes into labour. when one of their producers The moment was caught on camera. We'll see it soon. with the very latest news. But first, let's begin Good morning, Nat. shooting massacre The suspect in the Colorado has made his first court appearance. with dyed red hair, James Holmes appeared and not making eye contact. saying nothing whether to pursue the death penalty Prosecutors are still deciding if he's convicted. by that decision in an enormous way Victims will be impacted for years. and we will to get, their input So they will want to have, Holmes is accused of and injuring 58 others gunning down 12 people by opening fire in a packed cinema. has fallen below 30% Voter support for Labor for the first time in three months. According to the latest Newspoll, at the next election, only 28% of people would back Labor falling behind the Coalition's 46%. well in front The Opposition is still on a 2-party preferred basis. It leads the Government 56% to 44%. for Tony Abbott - But it's not all good news the Opposition Leader has fallen voter satisfaction with at 30%. to its worst level on record, to extend his lead over Ms Gillard Although he's still managed as preferred prime minister by 4 points, 40% to 36%. in Sydney's west overnight A teenager has been stabbed between a group of young men after a brawl erupted in Parramatta. at the bus interchange in his upper thigh A 17-year-old was stabbed and transported to Auburn Hospital. were also taken to hospital Two 19-year-olds suffering head and arm injuries. from the area. Police are reviewing security video The latest attack comes Patrick Crowe was fatally stabbed just two weeks after 22-year-old at the same bus interchange. in Melbourne Employees at a Coles Warehouse are expected to return to work today between staff and management after a bitter industrial dispute was resolved. with manager Toll Group Union members voted to accept a deal late yesterday afternoon. I'm happy, very happy. to getting back in to it. And, yeah, looking forward began nearly two weeks ago. Protest action at the Somerton site of the Olympic Games, Just days out from the start has been immortalised in wax. the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, was captured in his trademark pose The Jamaican sprinter by Madame Tussauds in London. I have to say, It is a very obvious pose, as well. and it is such an interactive pose The real-life champion is aiming world records during the Games. to break his own 100m and 200m and still at the Olympics - Ahead, already on top. by diver Matthew Mitcham The daring move at Athlete's Village. at Athletes Village. as he scales the Olympic rings Find out why officials are fuming. But first, here's Kochie. He didn't sleel the flag though, did he? Great shot. Finance, yikes! The Dow has just closed down 101 point. Why? Spain. 10 10 10-year government bond yields close to 7. bond yields close to 7.4 pirs, above that magic 7% figure which usually signifies there is go to be another bailout. They just bailed out Spanish banks, nothere is a view they will have to bail out regional governments which are wallowing in debt. European markets smashed across the board. To our region yesterday, the Spanish financial flu caught our market as well. Now, tomorrow we get our CPI index, our inflation figure which will be a big determinant on whether interest rates fall further. big determinant on whether our Yesterday, it was the business inflation rate that come out, the producer price index, rose by 0. producer price index, rose by in the June quarter, this is above producer price index, rose by 0.5% the forecast of 0. the forecast of 0.3% the forecast of 0.3

the forecast of 0.3%. Is it sort of a lead indicator for the C a lead indicator for the CPI tomorrow some Well, parts of it are. We do know the cost of petrol We do know the cost of petrol was in the June quarter and reflected in We do know the cost of petrol was up terms of the results. Also, Aussie dollar was softer and pushed terms of the results. Also, the prices of imporlted goods up. But there is not a one for one correlation between business and consumer inflaigsz. There is a lot of different cat gores to go for to the consumer result. We are looking at the consumer price index to go up by half a% by half a per cent inJune quarter taking it up to 1% taking it up to 1%. On that reading you would think the Reserve Bank has got plenty of ammunition interest rates. If the interest rates. If the European got plenty of ammunition to cut situations continues to deteriorate and a low inflation number we could have a interest rate cut in early August. We are going to catch up in the next hour or so to talk about petrol prices too, so we will see you then. Time for sport. a 5-match ban for Greg Inglis The Rabbitohs are preparing to risk by fighting his dangerous contact charge at the NRL Judiciary. Meanwhile, the Cowboys have moved into the top four after comfortably accounting for Wests Tigers in Townsville last night. Matt Bowen was at his scheming best. COMMENTATOR: What a Cowboys try! It doesn't get much better than that. The Tigers lost Tim Moltzen to injury in the warm-up and Curtis Sironen, Chris Lawrence, Blake Ayshford and Ben Murdoch-Masila were injured during the game. Demons forward Jeremy Howe's mark-of-the-year contender against Port Adelaide has been soured by an unusual charge from the Match Review Panel. He'll face the AFL Tribunal tomorrow night after being accused of smearing blood onto the shorts of the Power's Tom Jonas. Geelong will decide today whether to accept the 1-week striking ban offered to defender Matthew Scarlett. Cadel Evans has dispelled fears that a gruelling Tour de France campaign could force him to pull out of the London Olympics. Yeah, something you see on TV as a small child and you wonder if you can do and I think every young Australian dreams of competing in the Olympics. Evans will go up against his Tour de France conqueror, Bradley Wiggins, in the road race and time trial. I knew Cadel would step up. That's the spirit. Yes, didn't doubt it. I thought it was a weird report yesterday. Yes, our road race team is great, Simon Gerrans, Stuart O'Grady, one one of the veteran ofrz the team and Cadel. It ask part hof the trap, flip the Brits the Tour de France and then whamo! On the home soil. You should be a motivational speaker. Here is Grant. Yes, team, sport has a profund effect on us. A big key event gets the whole world living and breathing living and breathing. It is why I live for the sports updates, detailed, passionate and informative. Second only to Kochie's Nasdaq update. I am serious. Second only to the Nasdaq update and then Nat's cat reports. I love those, they are always whacky. But I don't know if you have noticed Beretts is popping out of the office, here and then, just go to the Coke machine and whoosh, he is gone for hours. I think I have discovered where he going and just quietly, it is not the Lindt chocolate store, it is think I have discovered where he is

pretty cool. Let's look at the forecast for the first time this morning. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Shop in store or online. Beretts, I am on to you, you old dog, I'm on to your secret. I fear you are. It is different to what the Beretts, I am on to you, you old sly

gentleman in my ear piece suggested, just quietly. But I tell you, I'm impressed. I now know the secret to your success which I will reveal later. your success which I will reveal later.. You are going there. It is all about stamina. Thanks gentlemen, all will be revealed. Ahead - forget the fine china and wishing wells. The controversial new trend where couples asks guests to pay for their new home. What do you think of that? If someone is going to pay for my home, I am all for it. Why didn't we think of it. But next, a change of pace as victims' families come face-to-face with Colorado's shooter. We have the latest on the case, live from the courthouse. So what's your next move? You've got to find a way through! We need you now! Move! The all-new Holden Colorado crew cab with the safety of a 5-star ANCAP rating. Don't think, don't hope - DO! What do you expect from your home insurance company? WOMAN: I'd like the best cover at the best price. We tailor make your home insurance because at Youi, we get what you expect from us. Call us on 136 836 or go to youi.com.au and see for yourself. Find out how Red Spot is positively different to the big rental-car companies. Go with the underdog and save. The man accused of killing 12 people at a Colorado movie theatre has appeared in court. NBC's Jay Gray is outside the courthouse. Jay, did James Holmes say anything during the appearance? Kochie, Mel, good to talk to you as always Kochie, Mel, good to talk to you as always but not under these circumstances. This is a tough one. He did not. James Holmes did not speak. It was a brief hearing, just ten minutes or so. He was sat and disengaged. He never locked eye with the judge or anyone in the courtroom the judge or anyone in the courtroom. His head bobbing. His head was dyed bright orange and pink. He told officers when he was apprehended he was the Joker from the Batman series. His head was bobbing around and agitated and at other times it looked like he was struggling to stay awake, his eyes would flutter. It was a different and bizarre scene in the courthouse. We are just watching the scenes, it

is bizarre. When will it return to court? They will go back to court on Monday. Today was just legal housekeeping if you will, setting parameters and telling them they can say publicly about the parameters and telling them what case. Giving the defence 24 notice to look at the scene and the case. Giving the defence 24 hours apartment. Monday they will come back with official charges. We will see 12 or 24 mufrder charges. He can charged with two different types of murder and 58 attempted murder mrp. It is going to be a long and different legal process. It all started today with this hearing. OK, Jay, keep us posted. Good to see you. Later - the AFL coach under investigation for abusing a teenage referee at his son's weekend footy game. But next, mysterious message. The hitman hoax text sent to thousands of Aussies. So, who sent it? Sunrise continues in just a moment. How are you liking the new car? Yeah, good, mate. Leather, sunroof, and if it ever gets written off, no matter how old it gets, GIO will replace it with a brand-new car. Wow. So, even in 12 years time... Oh, my back! (EXCLAIMS) (BOOM!) (ALARM WAILS) ..still gonna get a brand-new car back. VOICEOVER: Take our GIO Platinum Car Insurance within a year of buying your brand-new car, and keep the cover to insure it new - for life. SONG: # Consider things... # WOMAN: Cashies pay good money for gold in any condition. # From another point of view. # Convert your thinking. Cash Converters. 'The Australian' reports cash handouts to middle Australia and attacks on the Greens have failed to help the Gillard Government. Newspoll has primary support for Labor down to 28%. The Coalition also slipped to 46% while others rose 5 points to 15%. Others, basically, anybody else! Everyone else looks terrific compared with what we've got at the moment? When will the leadership spill be on? Probably the next couple of weeks I'd say. In the preferred PM stakes, Julia Gillard is steady on 36% while Tony Abbott was up 1% to 40%. There's a hoax text message that's been sent to tens of thousands of people across the country. The hit man message basically warns people they will be killed if they don't hand over $5,000 within 48 hours. We've even come across it here at Sunrise. Viewer 'Mickey', from Queensland, sent us an email telling us that he'd received it and was terribly distraught. So, has you or anyone you know also received this text? Some of our camera crew have received it too. Mainly the ones that can't qeep us in focus. -- can't keep us in focus. Have you received the text? It would spook a lot of people. Absolutely. But tens of thousands of people have received it. It is all a hoax, nothing to worry about it. If you have got an elderly relative. Just explain it. If you have received it, just delete it, don't forward it. We also have good advice from the police on that soon. Also making news - online shopping is on the rise. A new survey shows more than half of Aussie consumers buy goods on the internet and online shopping is expected to make up 6.3% of total retail sales by the end of the year. 55% of respondents said they shop online for the lower prices. And more people are using their mobile phones to make purchases. The report predicts footwear, jewellery and fashion accessories will enjoy the most growth over the next five years. Tell us, do you shop online? What do you buy? You were describing the differences yesterday? Yes, exactly right in the finance report. What women and men do. Mobile phone Habits and things like that. Do you have a favourite online shop you go to init is quite interesting, with Business Show' we interview lots of interesting, with our 'Small small online shops. As I said before, one of my favourites is Shoes of Pray, you buy your own shoes online but they are thinking of opening shops now, bricks and mortar and going the other way. Reverse cycle. Because there are people who don't shop online. Their message to bricks and mortar, don't whinge, do both. Come a natural balance between what you do on the Internet and the shop. Yes, the customer determines. Olympic diver Matthew Mitcham is scaling new heights in the build-up to the Games. The Beijing gold medallist has scaled the Olympic rings in the Athletes Village and got a friend to take the picture, which he posted on Twitter. Mitcham has played down the potential danger. It's not as high as it looks. It certainly wasn't 10 metres high. I had no fear about that, at all. And they are quite wide so I felt quite safe but I safe but I wouldn't encourage anybody else to do it. I think he has. Was he silly to pull such a stunt so close to the Games. Officials are reportedly very angry as other athletes have reported interest in getting in happy snaps. Are we going to be far? It is not offending anyone, a flag, not seen as sacred. He is a 24-year-old athlete. If anyone can get up there, it is him. Maybe he shouldn't have put it on Twitter. I hate our hard-earned tax dollars that have got them to the London Olympics be blown because he has fallen down between a ring. He is fit enough to do it. He could walk out and get hit by a... You have to remember who they are, young, energygetic, full

of testosterone. Peak for life. Yes. of One Direction in one awkward situation. It appears a heavily pregnant producer from Nickelodeon has gone into labour while chatting to the boys Two of the boys, Zayn and Louis were in on the setup the whole time. But check out the reaction of the other guys, especially Harry. Oh! Rest your back against this. Hello. Oh... (breathes) I am not going to give birth on this floor. You all have been pranked. Oscar winning. I was thinking this is going to be a great press story, One Direction delivers child! Harry got me! No! Oscar winning! There you go. Just a harmless prank. She hasn't given birth yet. That's a pretty good one. They went pretty well though, Didn't go into panic. News is next. Plus, your chance to win big with the Sunrise Cash Call. How to grab your share of $100,000, when we come back. 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 We catch up with Libby Trickett and Emily Seebohm on their fight for Olympic gold. Prosecutors are still deciding whether to push for the death penalty after the alleged Colorado cinema shooter faced court for the first time. James Holmes remained silent, looking dazed and even rolling his eyes at times during the 20-minute appearance. Police have finished collecting evidence from the 24-year-old's apartment, which was packed with explosives. Members of the local community have held a memorial service for the 12 victims killed in the shooting A motorcyclist and his female passenger have suffered serious injuries in a high-speed crash in Melbourne's north. The bike clipped a curb, becoming airborne, before slamming into a tree. It appears that excessive speed may have been a contributing factor to the collision and the bike has, in fact, hit the tree about 9 feet off the ground. The impact was so great that the motorbike was torn in two. The male rider is in a critical condition. His passenger is serious but stable. A long-awaited report into the disgraced Health Services Union East Branch has been leaked revealing excessive claims on credit cards and misuse of union funds. The report found the organisation wasn't run in the interest of its low-paid members. It also discovered suspended boss Michael Williamson was paid almost $400,000 in a single year. The Federal Government's confident the issues are isolated. I don't think a few rotten eggs, a few rotten apples, should be allowed to describe the whole of the Labor movement in Australia. The investigation was prompted by accusations Federal MP Craig Thomson misused union funds on prostitutes. Federal Police have begun working with the FBI and Britain's Scotland Yard after tens of thousands of Australians were issued death threats by text message. The messages, claiming to be from a hit man, warned receivers they would be killed unless they handed over thousands of dollars. Please understand that this is a scam, a very ugly attempt by fraudsters overseas to get your money. Anyone who receives the message is being advised to delete it. A cab driver has jumped off London's Tower Bridge, head first into the Thames, in protest over Olympic restrictions. Edwina Bartholomew is there. Good morning, Eddy. This is about the special London Olympic lanes? This is about the special Olympic lanes that are only to be used by officials and athletes from Wednesday. The cab drivers here are not happy about it. You can't get in the cab without the driver having a good old whinge and this afternoon they stage adprotest on the Tower Bridge, 50 cabs slowed on the bridge and started tooting their horns. Then at 4 clk a man jumped off the Bridge into the Thames. He had let authorities know. They were well ahead of him. They sent rescue police to rescue him and charge him with a public order offence. The Queen has hosted a royal reception overnight? Yes, absolutely. Her first official engagement of the Games. He held a reception for IOC members at Buckingham Palace. He was given her own set of Olympic medals to keep. Thee she gave a speech and gave the 10,000 athletes gathering here her very best wishes. here her very best wishes. We heard detail ozf what the royal family will get will get up to. An outing for the family. They will go to the equestrian events and cheer on their cousin Zara. Kate and Wills will go to gymnastics and no surprise, Prince Harry has booked himself a few tickets to the beach volley ball if you don't mine. He is a stereotype. Investors are freaking out about Europe. out about Europe. Once again, market are smashed overnight. A couple of stereotype. Investors are freaking

reasons. They reckon Spain is entering a black hole. Its economy shrank 4 pest in the second quarter. The 10-year bond yields went up to 4. 4.4% overnight and it looks like the local governments will need bailing out. Meanwhile, Germany's 'De Speigel' news paper said Germany will withdraw support for Greece. Time for sport. Gold medal favourite Sally Pearson insists she's unbeatable at her best and is ready to peak at the London Olympics. The world champion hurdler was upstaged by Kellie Wells in her final lead-up event but Pearson's adamant we won't be seeing the American's victory dance in London. Who knows what she'll do at the Olympics but she definitely won't be doing the dance because she won't have gold. And the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, has been immortalised in wax at Madame Tussauds in London. The Wests Tigers' NRL finals hopes are in jeopardy after they went down to the Cowboys 29-16 in Townsville last night. The costly defeat was compounded by a horror injury toll which started when Tim Moltzen strained his hamstring Chris Lawrence, Curtis Sironen Blake Ayshford and Ben Murdoch-Masila also sustained injuries during the match. Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson is under investigation for another angry outburst less than 24 hours after he punched a hole in the wall at the MCG. Clarkson angrily abused an official at his son's under-9 game. Clarkson was acting as a runner and has since apologised. Maybe he could tell how the boys were going in the footy tips and got wound up about it? Gee, the girls are on fire. This is embarrassing! So rub it in: we've got to go back and No! 21 point difference. That's a disgrace. What's going on. Still we've got to go back and regroup.

early, Beretts. We need to rethink. What do you mean 'We'? You haven't talked to me all year about footy tips and you have got 'Boys'. What do we get this year. The facial and the body massage. Once you are more than 20 points difference. Get me out of here, Grant. This is hurting. Hello, you are silhouetteed. Let's go to the bare essentials, the sheer sexiness of a male silhouette is sublime, surely? Where? Hey! Dare me to flick the lights on. I am nude? I am not? I will give you a taste. Because today cottoned on to the secret of Beretts's success. The deep inner workings of the man and machine that he is. I have no idea where this is going. I found where this is going. I found which bin in which he has been hiding for so long. This charity fund raising phenomenon that can cycle the beJesus out of this country. That says he is in for Australia. is a little more to reveal after our latest look at the weather if you says he is in for Australia. There

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Well, Kochie, it may seem like ancient history right now but it is because it did look the global economy was moving higher. Until Friday with the continue said worries about Spain. But the global economy was looking better, and stronger oil demand moving prices high. So oil price in the region Singapore up with ur13 cents a litre. The whole sale price has risen but the retail price has only risen by 3 cents a litre so the writing is on the wall. It look like we will pay more for the next week to fortnight. OK, it is so sensitive at the moment, on how investors are feeling about Europe, the US and China. Over the longer term, what do you expect the price to do? I think what we are going to see is prices stabilise around these sorts of levels. From time to time we might get prices moving higher and lower but because of the continued in the global economy, Europe hasn't but because of the continued jitters healed and doubts about China, I think we will see prices stabilise around the levels. But the bottom line as is always the case is watch the price carefully from week to week and try and fill up on the low mount. Is it consistent across states? There is differences in the discounting cycle. Some states don't have discounting cycles at all and others have pronounced cycles and get down to $ get down to $1 pone 15 to 20 a litre and in the spate of a night go up. So watch it carefully. Places like Hobart and Darwin, as is always the case they pay more for the transport costs to get the oil up into the areas. Yes, and regional areas too, thank you, Craig. Not a problem. There's a worrying health warning about fake tans. Experts in the UK say the products contain a cocktail of dangerous chemicals such as hormone-disrupting compounds and cancer-causing formaldehyde. They claim pregnant women who use fake tan face a higher risk of birth defects while both women and men could suffer from fertility problems. Joining me now with more is toxicologist Nicole Bijlsma. Good morning. What are these chemicals? And why are they so bad for us? Well, the active ingredient is fake tan is D Los Angeles, it works -- DHA. We know it is a known lung, skin and eye irritant and there are concerns it can damage DNA and cause cancer. Other concerns of chemicals in fake tanerise the hormone disrupting chemicals. And these are associated with birth defects, infertility and breast cancer. groups of chemicals are carcinogens infertility and breast cancer. Other mainly found in the preservatives of the fake tains and they are known carcinogens and the last group are the nano particles containing titanium peroxide and are found in fake sun screen protection. My goodness! But the numbers and words you just used will freak people out. Do all types of fake tan contain the ingredients? Pretty much, I am pretty much to come across a product that doesn't. Generally in this industry, 80 to 90% of ingredients in cosmetics and fake tans haven't been for their assessment on human health. That is enormous. What is going to happen? People use fake tans because they thought getting sun damage was worse for your skin. Are they as bafor each other. Do we skip the whole lot and stale pale? It is a good question, what do you do? A general buildup over a period of time to sun exposure is recommended. Women of reproductive age should avoid using fake tan until it is proved it is safe. Are they doing research to try to prove it? They are but the way the industry works the manufacturer can pretty much put what they like in cosmetics and personal care products. If there is concerns they will do research. I feel this reactive approach is not appropriate anymore. Gosh! A lot of people are going to be worried. Thank you for joining us this morning, Nicole. Thank you. Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson is under investigation over an incident at a junior AFL match. Clarkson allegedly swore at an official. For more, we're joined by Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells. Nick, when did this happen and why? Look, this all took place on Sunday. Many of us didn't know that Alistair Clarkson in expedition to being a blue-chip AFL coach is also a runner on his son's under-9 team. During the game he was on the pitch, according to him, there was a bit of a mixup with the players and all kicking towards the same end so he tried to reorganise to kick in the right direction. At this point, an umpire advisor, a 19-year-old came on the pitch and had a little bit of a go at him about coaching the players. The runners are not allowed to coach the players. He, howtial I put this? He used colourful language to describe the manner in which he would like him to be off. Apparently a lot of relatives and other in the area saw this exchange but not necessarily heard it. Clarkson a lot of relatives and other people

has apologised for that and said if there is any kind of inquiry he will happily cooperate with that. Right. So it is actually not his only outburst. We have been showing pictures of him this morning punching a whole in a wall. 24 hours before that during a match with Collingwood he Collingwood he had an outburst and punched a whole in the wall. His team romped home so it was needless. He is certainly a very colourful character. He was when he was playing and is certainly now while he is coaching. Thank you very much for the update. The rules are pretty clear, Kochie and Mel. The runner doesn't say anything on the field. That is it. The under 9s. Not knowing where to kick not knowing where to kick not that unusual for a bunch of seven I eight-year-olds. Parents need to chill out. It is not the Olympics, not yet. News is next. Then - pay up or be killed. Who police have in their sights over the hitman scam. Plus, One Direction. Justin Bieber and our own Chris Hemsworth. and call it a job. Your VIP pass to the Teen Choice Awards, when we come back. Todd Russell and Brant Webb have been released. It is just the same story we've been hearing all morning. It came through and hit them that heart. Everything's broked. The radiation is coming. Who wants a cuppa? Yeah. I thought everybody was watching Sunrise. Celebrating ten years of waking up with friends. Sunrise, on Seven. # Come on, take the money and run. # To celebrate, we're giving you the pressies. To enter, just ring 1902 557 707 and register or send a text to 19 777 077 with your name and address. Lines will be open until 4:30pm Australian Eastern Standard Time. If we dial your number tomorrow you'll need to pick up within five rings and give us the correct code word. That's coming up after 8:00am. Plus in the next 30 minutes we'll call this morning's $10,000 winner. A chorus lipe rr coming to Sydney Time for showbiz news. Nelson Aspen joins us from New York. Good morning. The Teen Choice Awards have brought out the biggest names in the business and an Aussie was among the winners? Well, one of our favourite Aussie. I am telling you, he is on good run. Between Snow White and 'The Avengers', Chris Hemsworth, Thor was a lock. He took home the choice award. I have got to say anything that is voted by the fans is just extra special. It is you guys that allow me to live out this childhood dream and call it a job. Nelson, Justin Bieber was on our show just days ago, and he made an appearance? He did. He not only performed. He took home some awards including music star, fashion icon and choice single for his 'Boyfriend'. No awards for driving but look at his accept ens speech. This album has meant the world to me. I spent so much time on it. I hope it was everything you guys wait for and I hope you guys will play it over and over again. It is a reminder to everybody in here, Beliebe. He knows what to say. Speaking of justben, his boyfriend was embarrassed after the show? You saw Selena Gomez out there, it was her 20th birthday. They all surprised her. It is a massive, group happy birthday and she seemed a bit embarrassed by it. Maybe when she turns 21 she won't be quite so red-faced. So young! Thank you for that. Also, big news Justin Bieber, his tour coming up, you for that. Also, big news from Cody Simpson, you know the Aussie kid who we've had on? He is going to be touring with Justin Bieber. So Justin has taken a young Aussie kid under his wing. Fantastic. You are watching Sunrise, here is what is making news. The hitman scam sent to thousands of unsuspecting Aussies. The hit man scam sent to thousands Now the police search to find those responsible. Colorado massacre suspect James Holmes refuses to cooperate as he could face the death penalty. London cabbies grind the host city to a halt just days out from the start of the Games. Forget china and wishing wells, why a house is the ultimate wedding gift from guests. # Creole lady Marmalade # She's live and exclusive with her biggest hits. (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. If you're having a bit of trouble getting moving on this Tuesday morning, Mya will help with that. She'll perform for us soon. But first, let's get all the news of the day. Guaranteed to get you up and doing a bit of aerobics around the room. Seven clk now, let's get the news. The man suspected of gunning down 12 people in a crowded cinema in the US has faced court for the first time. James Holmes appeared with dyed red hair, saying nothing and not making eye contact. Prosecutors are still deciding whether to pursue the death penalty if he's convicted. Victims will be impacted by that decision in an enormous way for years. So they will want to have, and we will to get, their input before we make any kind of a decision on that. 58 people were also injured in the attack. Labor has failed to rally the confidence of voters with support for the party falling below 30% for the first time in three months. According to the latest Newspoll, only 28% of people would back Labor at the next election, behind the Coalition's 46%. The Opposition is still well in front on a 2-party preferred basis. It leads the Government 56% to 44%. But it's not all good news for Tony Abbott. Voter satisfaction with the Opposition Leader has fallen to its worst level on record, at 30%. Although he's still managed to extend his lead over Ms Gillard as preferred prime minister by 4 points, 40% to 36%. A teenager has been stabbed in Sydney's west overnight at the same bus stop where another youth was fatally stabbed two weeks ago. Sunrise correspondent Sally Bowrey is there. Good morning, Sally. Take us through what happened? Nat, a 17-year-old was knifeded and two other teenagers have head injuries after a fight broke out in a bus station in Parramatta. It happened at 8. happened at 8.30 last night between a group of three men. All were taken to hospital, none have serious injuries and at this stage no charges have been laid. It is the very same bus station on Arjile Street when two weeks ago a Sydney chef was fatally stab said. It is the second stabbing in 24 hours in Sydney involving teenagers and police are keen to speak to anyone. They have set up a station at the here. And want anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers. Thank you for the update. Speed is being blamed for a serious motorcycle crash in Melbourne's north. The rider and his female passenger were thrown from their bike when it clipped a curb then slammed into a tree at Mill Park. It appears that excessive speed may have been a contributing factor to the collision and the bike has, in fact, hit the tree about 9 feet off the ground. The bike split in two on impact. The male is critical in Royal Melbourne Hospital, his female passenger is in a serious condition. AFL football star Liam Jurrah is facing a second day in court after tensions boiled over in Alice Springs yesterday. Seven News reporter Amy Parks is there. Good morning, Amy. Security will be tight again today? Yes, certainly. Those two rival families will be present here at court today. And there was some pretty ugly scenes we saw yesterday and local authorities will be hoping they will be able to keep it under control today so itant get any worse. In terms of the court case, we heard from two of the possible witnesses but critically, one told we heard from two of the possible 4 the court he saw Liam Jurrah lead a group of 20 armed men into a fight and he used a machete to cut a bone-deep wound into his cousin Basil Jurrah. It is Basil Jurrah we are hoping to hear from todaya. What happens for his career will hang on that. Thank you very much. The captain of Australia's athletics team, Steve Hooker, has backed John Steffensen's claims he was racially vilified in Beijing. It comes as the squad put on a united front, opening its doors to the media at its British training camp. This is Tonbridge School, in a village about an hour from London and base camp from the Australian athletics team before moving into the Olympic Village. Most of the 52-strong team is bunkered down here, most importantly trying to maintain focus and unity after the John Steffenson drama. The 400m runner missing out on an individual spot, then there were his claims of racial discrimination. Today team captain and champion pole vaulter Steve Hooker stepped in to the debate. It's stuff from the past and, unfortunately, John's still carrying that around with him and has an issue with it. If there is discrimination it should be looked into because we can't have that. He came in last night, he's a little bit under the weather, so we are just keeping him away and just letting him rest up. But after officials went to great lengths to say Steffenson wouldn't make an appearance today, everything was fine, we spotted him kicking a soccer ball around on an oval on the way to training. Mate, you always got plenty to say, nothing to say today? Plenty of time for that. The mood has improved here. Steve hooker had a confidence-boosting jump in Poland, his best in two years, and Sally Pearson, beaten by American Kellie Wells, in the 100m hurdles just over a week ago, says she's back. If I can run a bad race and they can only just beat me like that, then when I'm on a good race they're not gonna stand a chance. The team moves in on the 30th. The competition doesn't start until a week into the Games. They'll be trying desperately to hold onto this show of team unity. Coming up - the daredevil skydiver aiming to take a 27km plunge. Why didn't he fall? We'll find out soon what went wrong. But first here's Kochie. Look at this. It is an ugly board as we look at the overseas markets overnight. overnight. The Dow was crunched 101 points. Europe, crunched! Right we look at the overseas markets

across the board. Why? This is the reason why. Spain is becoming a big, black hole. This is ten-year government bond yields. This is interest rate the Spanish government needs to pay to get some money in government bond yields. This is the

the door, up close to 7. the door, up close to 7.5% the door, up close to 7.5%. Back in February, they only had to pay 5% February, they only had to pay 5%. You say to yourself, " You say to yourself, "Well, 5% to 7.5% doesn't sound like much." 7.5% doesn't sound like is a 50% increase in payments in 7.5% doesn't sound like much.". That just five month. That is the reason they reckon Spain is going broke. They just recapitalised the banks. Now they reckon they have to recapitalise their local governments that are going broke as well. Let's go to our region yesterday. Gee, some good sales figures from Woolworths yesterday. Despite that, all theords down. That was a Woollies market report of a different kind.

has put out a report saying grain prices will rise another 20% this Grain prices still high. Rabo Bank

calendar year. Sport now, here's Beretts. The Rabbitohs are preparing to risk a 5-match ban for Greg Inglis by fighting his dangerous contact charge at the NRL Judiciary. Meanwhile, the Cowboys have moved into the top four after comfortably accounting for Wests Tigers in Townsville last night. Matt Bowen was at his scheming best. COMMENTATOR: What a Cowboys try! It doesn't get much better than that. The Tigers lost Tim Moltzen to injury in the warm-up and Curtis Sironen, Chris Lawrence, Blake Ayshford and Ben Murdoch-Masila were injured during the game. Demons forward Jeremy Howe's mark-of-the-year contender against Port Adelaide has been soured by an unusual charge from the Match Review Panel. He'll face the AFL Tribunal tomorrow night after being accused of smearing blood onto the shorts of the Power's Tom Jonas. Geelong will decide today whether to accept the 1-week striking ban offered to defender Matthew Scarlett. Triple Olympic champion Stephanie Rice has dismissed concerns over a neck injury ahead of the London Olympics. Rice and freestyle world champion James Magnussen will spearhead Australia's push for gold in the pool. I don't think I'm feeling the burden of expectation Too much at this stage. I'm just really enjoying the experience. You know, I want to look back on this Games and see it as a positive, fun experience. Yes, correct Nat, he still experience. Yes, correct Nat, he still has to shave down. And while debate rages over who'll carry our flag at the Opening Ceremony. Great Britain has confirmed champion cyclist Sir Chris Hoy will have the honour for the host nation. Different system to us, the Brits vote, all the team members vote. Had Is that a good idea? The chef de mission, the boss of the team for Australia has always said I decide. Hey to admit it, the Brits may have a good idea. Stops arguments. Stops whinging and criticism. Look, someone has got to make a decision. Is Grant is deciding on the weather. Inspired by the Tour de France, watched a few stages and if like me you kind of get the buzz, but winter your motivation is low. Maybe the thought of running is an obstacle between motorists is a little intimidating for you or maybe it is the thought of wearing lycra in public is too much. #ColourGreen You wear it well. Probably a bit too low, that shot, Trev, but anyway... Welcome to the high-tech new world of athletes lab. This is virtual cycling. Not just watching pictures of the famous stages and riding to them but row are watching real high definition pictures which feeds to a computer which goes to your bike to put the put the load of that route through your bike. You are riding as Cadel, the stats are big, there is the figures, Grant, instead of D for granny, it feeds to your machine. No matter the calibre of athlete, you can crunch yourself and push yourself and replicate the details of being there yourself syntheticically here at Athlete Lab. They have an indoor league They have an indoor league which is a world first. Rhys, how real is real? It is real. We can do simulates, hills, inclines, people racing each other can draft during the race. You race together and get the benefits of the nuances happen in real life? Absolutely. You the benefits of the nuances that are kidding! Are you ride Tour de France? You can. We have seven of the current Tour de France profiles from this year's 2012 Tour de France, we have 20 of the best routes in the world for cycling. could be a beginner or Cadel. You routes in the world for cycling. You can be Cadel. It is tough, if you consider yourself a pro. But if you are a beginner you are a beginner we can make sure it is easier for you. You can't crash? No, a fun, safe and training environment. I haven't shaved my legs, which means if I come off... You have always got drafting though. We will get these big bad boy diesel pistons pumping after our latest look at the weather, and boy, aren't they something else? Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Shop in store or online. Lisa Maringold is one of the greatest female athletes ever, former world No.1 triathlete, cycling pro, guruess, versus Denyer on the high-tech screen. You are the mum of a 12-year-old. Yep. mum of a 12-year-old. Yep. This mum of a 12-year-old. Yep. This mum of a 12-year-old. Yep. would be a great training alternative of someone of your calibre. My God! Is it legit? Yes, definitely. I have done ten years of triathlon and over the years I have, um, you know, experienced different types of training. I have done endurance, I have done miles, I have done short-quality stuff. I've noticed the short, quality stuff really works and it is what it is about. Is this the future? Definitely, in Sydney, with all the traffic (laughs) traffic (laughs), there are the bike paths but it is about safety as well. Riding with your mates, you can have a little game, see who can ride the fastest, like you are doing now. You look like you're struggling, we'll be back in a second, Mel, I'd be a good paper boy. You are a speed machine, Mr Denyer. See you shortly. Police are still investigating the origin of a threatening text message that has been sent to tens of thousands of Aussies. The hit man message warns people they will be killed if they don't hand over $5,000 within 48 hours. It's left victims shaken and scared. I actually got a knife out of the kitchen drawer and put it next to me. Police say it's a scam and does not pose a genuine threat. I'm joined now by Queensland Fraud Squad Superintendent Brian Hay. Good morning, Brian. How can you be sure it's a scam? This must have really concerned and frightened a lot of people. Are you concerned by the sheer numbers this went out to? Yes, I'm concerned by the extraordinary reach the had on this occasion. Never before have we seen such a vast population the extraordinary reach the crooks

of Australia been affected quickly. Are you able, are you able of Australia been affected so to track it? Well, look, we are doing some investigations. Victorian police did some excellent work yesterday. We are looking at an SMS global provider based in Victoria. We've got some links to Queensland, the troops were chasing down last night. So, I don't want to make call too early. Traditionally we know that a lot of these types of scams have originated out of West Africa. It wouldn't surprise me if that was the case this time. But we are tracing through some Australian-based links. OK, if you get one or you got one, what is your advice to people? Can you do anything? I guess people's fear is they might spread some sort of virus through their system through their system what do you say to do? Look, delete it straight they might spread some sort of virus

aHuawei. The essence is our phones are the new computer. We are going to see more and more attacks upon our telephones and the technology is such that they are starting to infect phones through SMSs. But if you get an SMS that says you have won money or they demand money, it is very much likely to be a fraud and delete it straight away. But share the information with your friends to spread had word amongst the community so we are better prepared. the community so we are better prepared. prepared. Which is what happened in the community so we are better this situation and it was very quick. There are some people who xd would have got a severe fright out

of it and we hope they are OK. Thank you. Thachk you. To Colorado now, where the man accused of killing 12 people at a movie theatre has appeared in court. NBC's Jay Gray is outside the courthouse for us. Jay, it wasn't a very long appearance, was it? Yes, it wasn't very long. Just about 10 minutes, Kochie. But it was 10 minutes, Kochie. But it was very strange, the suspect in this case, James Holmes coming in, not speaking, sitting before the judge but not looking him in the eye, even when the judge spoke directly to him. He seemed disengaged, wide eyed and seemingly on edge. At others it looked like he was having trouble staying away, his head would nod and blink. It was a different hearing, at the least. A lot of people wouldn't be far off if they called it bizarre. It was very much procedural in terms of the experience. But for lot of the relatives of the victims, this was their first chance to see James Holmes. How dids thaid react? -- how did they react? Yes, talking with a couple of them they used the words 'Demonic', he looked very evil. At first, they couldn't really look at his face when he came into the courtroom, they had trouble getting to that point but decided it was something they had to do and the reason they had come there. It was good, they said in a sense could put a face to the man who has been accused of such horror here. good, they said in a sense they

But they began to understand even with that step it is going to be a very long process. Not only legally, it may be tougher on the emotional side of this. Just fill us in in Australia, is the death penalty an option in that state? Is that what prosecutors are going to be asking for? Yes, Kochie, it is, actually, an option in the state but it is not used all nat often. In fact, the last time someone was executed in Colorado was 1997. There are three inmates on the death row, two placed there by the current DA, Carol Chambers. She was asked about that directly after the hearing today and her response is the decision won't be made for month. They want to talk with all family members of victims and survivors and get their input. Understand, there is an election here, she won't be serving when the trial goes to court. Thank you, appreciate your time. Here is Nat. Back now to the Olympic city and millions of tourists and athletes are converging on London with four days to go until the Opening Ceremony. There's been plenty of talk about the traffic chaos to come with final preparations being made for restricted Games lanes. Our correspondent Eddy Bartholomew is in the capital. Eddy, lots of negative talk but what's the feeling there about the Games? Yes, Nat, there was a bit of fuss here this afternoon to do with these Games lanes that are to be used by officials and athletes but not by London's famous black cabs. 50 drivers staged a protest here at the Tower Bridge driving slowly across, beeping their horns. One man even beeping their horns. One man jumped off into the Thames, it was a stageed and planned event so beeping their horns. One man even

authorities were quick to nab and arrest and charge him. It is a blip on the radar for Games organisers. It is an incredible feeling in London. It London. It is a Monday night and it feels like Saturday night. We wanted to gauge what people are thinking in the Olympic city. We took a black cab, ours was silver but that is by the by and took some randmss for a ride, take a look. (MEXICAN MUSIC PLAYS) Excuse me? We're doing something for Australian TV. Can we give you a lift around the block and have a chat about the Olympics? Jump on in. Come on. No, ask somebody else? and you can talk to us about how excited you are to be here in London? What's the vibe like in London? It's crazy. It's really, really huge. Everywhere you go it's Olympics, Olympics, Olympics. Once you are at the airport, you are in the party already. What do you think it'll be like? Hopefully, people are going to avoid London in their vehicles and not be coming in and everyone will be able to flow around or chaos will prevail. Have you got matching T-shirts for every day? What are your impressions so far? It's crowded. Lots of people everywhere. But the weather's been really nice. It's cool, it's been nice to walk around. Viva la Mexico! Viva la Mexico! So where are guys from? From Germany. You here for the Games? No. (SINGS IN GERMAN) (HORN TOOTS) Mark, John - picking up so many people I get confused. Have you noticed a change in the city? It should be good. I think it's going to be very good. I hope so anyway. Like the Australian ones. It probably won't be as good as ours. (SINGS) A bit more enthusiasm. Oh! Stop, Frank. Do you speak English? Yes. Are you here for the Olympics? Yeah. Will you come for a ride in our cab? (SINGS IN GERMAN) What's it like to be in London just for the Games? It's fantastic. It's so many people here and everyone is wearing their Great Britain T-shirts. Sorry. Where are you from? Japan. Konnichiwa. Konnichiwa. (MEXICAN MUSIC PLAYS) Is there a song you sing at all? No? Just, go Team GB. That would be OK, yeah. (laughs) I think most people we were trying to kidnap them but it was a lot of fun. Later on in the (laughs) I think most people thought

show, we know the torch relay has been making its way around London since the weekend, tonight is took part in a special episode, live episode of 'East Enders'. We will show you that later on. You sure know how to pick-up. Thank you for the entertaining report, the entertaining report. Here is Mel. Getting so exciting. A daredevil skydiver in the US has suffered a setback in his preparations for one of the biggest jumps in history. He had been scheduled to plunge 27km overnight as practise for the ultimate dive from space. But, the jump has been put on hold. Seven News US bureau chief Mike Amor is in Roswell, New Mexico. Mike, what forced the cancellation? Tell me for is no conspiracy in this forced cancellation? (laughs) good morning, Mel, no. Roswell, New Mexico, famous for UFOs like the bloke behind me. They hoped overnight they would see another unique sight over the skies of New Mexico when Felix Bomgardt skidived 27 kilometres from earth but the bad weather, a few clods stopped him taking the balloon up. What is going to happen? Is it rescheduled? Yes, they are going to try again tomorrow. They are hoping the winds and conditions will be better tomorrow. There are so many risks involved in going to the edge of space. They have to goat it right. They have to make sure the conditions are perfect. Much in the same way we saw the space shuttle take off, they have to get the conditions right, Mel. Just explain the conditions. When and how will he jump the conditions. When and how will he jump from space? Because that is just beyond comprehension for me? (laughs) yes, isn't it? It is quite dangerous as I mentioned. He is going to be taken up in a helium balloon that 60 stories high, taken up, literally to the edge of space. The jump will be 27 kilometres. The last practise jump before the world record attempt of 37 kilometres. He will be in a spacesuit and it will take 45 minutes to get that high. He will simply step out and fall back to earth. Earth will be a small sight on the horizon for him. It will take about five and a half minutes to get back to earth. He will break the sound barrier, like superman, faster than a speeding bullet. Very, very dangerous and very brave man is Felix Bomgardner. Where I wonder what it will do to his body to break the speed of sound? Thank you, 37. sound? Thank you, 37.5 kilometre drop. Pretty fit though. Worth your money. Got an Australian fitness bloke. Getting his body primed for it. He is in good hands. We're about to ring this morning's $10,000 Cash Call winner, so if you've entered, stay right where you are. Then, Mya, live and exclusive with her biggest hits. # Do when you can't say no # Stop the show boy # I really need to know # How you going to handle I've had sensitive teeth for about 10 to 12 years now. No, I just avoided all the things that gave me sensitive teeth. There's nothing more enticing than a nice ice block to cool you down, so I'd be sitting there and everyone's having an ice block and I'd be going, "Oh, no, can't, can't do it." I chose Sensodyne over other products. It leaves you confident that your teeth are nice and fresh and clean. But you're proactively doing something for your sensitive teeth. Before I avoided certain products like refrigerated water. Now I'm reaching for the jug in the fridge. I've been converted. I'm a Sensodyne girl. Daring diver Matthew Mitcham gets up to some mischief in the Athletes Village. But was his happy-snap opportunity a dangerous move? Impressive rings though, aren't they? Plus Mya is here to perform, it will get your booty moving. But here is the news. The suspected gunman behind Colorado's cinema massacre has appeared dazed and withdrawn at his first court appearance. With hair dyed red, 24-year-old James Holmes sat motionless in the dock, his eyes slowly opening and closing. Authorities couldn't say whether or not he'd been medicated. Relatives of those killed in the violent rampage watched on. He's been remanded in custody and is due to face court again next week where he'll be officially charged. if he's convicted. A teenager has been stabbed in Sydney's west overnight at the same bus stop where another youth was fatally stabbed two weeks ago. The latest victim was waiting at the bus interchange in Parramatta with two other teens when they were attacked by a group of young men. The 17-year-old was stabbed in the upper thigh. Two 19-year-olds suffered head and arm injuries. Police are reviewing security video. Police have released an image of a man they're hunting in the Queensland town of Gympie following the attempted abduction of a teenage girl yesterday. The man allegedly tried to pull the 17-year-old towards a white van after she refused his offer of a lift. She was punched in the face before breaking free and running to a nearby shopping centre. Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers. Work at a Coles warehouse in Melbourne is expected to return to normal after a bitter industrial dispute between staff and management was resolved. Union members voted to accept a deal with manager Toll Group late yesterday afternoon. I'm happy, very happy and, yeah, looking forward to getting back into it. Protest action at the Somerton site began nearly two weeks ago. The first gold medal of the Olympics has been handed out President of the International Olympic Committee, Jacques Rogge, presented a collection of medals to the Queen at a reception at Buckingham Palace. The monarch told representatives the Games have inspired young people and communities across the country. Whether by motivating them to take up physical activity or encouraging them to demonstrate the Olympic values of excellence, respect and friendship. Got all the medals lock said in the Tower of London anyway, Gold medal favourite Sally Pearson insists she's unbeatable at her best and is ready to peak at the London Olympics. The world champion hurdler was upstaged by Kellie Wells in her final lead-up event but Pearson's adamant we won't be seeing the American's victory dance in London. Who knows what she'll do at the Olympics but she definitely won't be doing the dance because she won't have gold. And the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, has been immortalised in wax at Madame Tussauds in London. The Wests Tigers' NRL finals hopes are in jeopardy after they went down to the Cowboys 29-16 in Townsville last night. The costly defeat was compounded by a horror injury toll which started when Tim Moltzen strained his hamstring in the warm-up. Chris Lawrence, Curtis Sironen Blake Ayshford and Ben Murdoch-Masila also sustained injuries during the match. Crows forward Kurt Tippett is keen to play against AFL premiers Geelong this weekend despite still feeling the effects of his third concussion in five weeks. The match is crucial to Adelaide's top-4 aspirations but they're leaning towards playing it safe and giving Tippett another week to recover. Tippett's likely absence will be offset by the return of Taylor Walker from suspension. You don't muck around with head injuries. No, we have been talking to Molly about his progress, for head injuries in sport, good on the Crows for making that decision. Good result, the Boomers, our basketball team in their final hit out before the Games have defeated France this morning. Our other great athlete is currently, after time, guys can't resist the temptation to get into lycra and it has struck Grant, he is looking like Cadel with gun. What's over there, Beretts? Is that some high-tech computer-aid device to make you a Cadel of your very own? Yes it is. What a protriathlete and iron man like these two guns have in common? They come to this place called Athlete Lab here in Sydney where you can run any course you like around the world or run a race against each other. There is a race here every Wednesday night that includes a world first you includes a world first you get the benefits of slip streaming. You can push yourself. Lisa, as a former world No.1 triathlete, what has it done for you? I have increased my power over three weeks. Ply fitness level. I don't know if you know much about wots, but each week I have increased by 50 Watts. You now have as much as much strength as the blokes? Even Beretts can look good? Yes. That good. Say you have the GPA on bike from the Tour de Cure, you can ride the Tour de Cure like, 1,000 good. Say you have the GPA on your

times in advance. Never have to leave home and never be hit by a kangaroo, that would be perfect. No, it is so high-tech, a digital kangaroo jumps outside and knocks you off your bike because it is that funny. That would be my luck. Even she's laughing. And she's a legend. Beretts! You're such a character. Let's have a look at the weather. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Shop in store or online. A cold front is bringing showers, the odd storm and a colder change to southern WA. A high is keeping South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and western New South Wales calm and dry. Southerly winds are causing showers on the New South Wales and Queensland coasts. You have an Avatar, there is rider one and rider two, digitally competing side by side but inside, out of the weather. Away from the dangers of traffic, two pros, battling it out, synthetic cycling, alsom. It is terrific. alsom. It is terrific.I it is actually pretty cool. A spin class, advanced. Yeah. Alright, let's give away $ away $10,000. # Come on, take the money and run. # Let's call this morning's $10,000 winner. Don't forget you have got to pick up within five rings to be the winner. There is the first one, and give us the correct code word from yesterday. We are calling New South Wales. Hello. Is that Caroline Crook? Yes. Caroline, it is the team from Sunrise here. Morning! you can give us the code word for team from Sunrise here. Morning! If yesterday's cash call we will give you $ you $10,000. Do you have the code word. Dollar? Yes, dollar it is! Kbr You have won a lot of them. You've won $ won $10,000. Beautiful! I can't believe this. Got any plans for it? Any ideas what you going to do with it? Sorry It all helps greatly. All the best, I am so glad you won. What is she going