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(generated from captions) by 1/100th of a second James Magnussen beaten for gold in the 100m freestyle. snare a rowing medal for Australia. Kate Hornsey and Sarah Tait turn to the erotic novel Our Olympic swimmers in the fight against cyber thugs. The new weapon getting even with her ex The scorned wife by selling their house. SONG: # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise...# of Sunrise, celebrating the Games. this is a special edition Kochie and Mel. Now from Brekky Central, (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, oi, oi, oi AND APPLAUSE) . Thank you for Aussie, Aussie, oi, oi, oi (CHEERING joining us at home. And welcome to our studio audience. You wake to news James Magnussen missed out by that much. Not even. 1-100th of a second in the final of the London Olympics. He just can't quite get there. it was amazing. Silver is our He just can't quite get there. But favourite colour. Our rowers won a medal also overnight in the pairs. They were great. KlBeretts is in London with all the details. Good morning. Hey, good morning, everyone. pool session of the Games, In the most highly anticipated has won Silver James 'The Missile' Magnussen in the men's 100m freestyle final. In a nail-biting finish. by American Nathan Adrian Magnussen was touched out by just one-hundredth of a second. second fastest Melanie Schlanger has qualified 100m freestyle final. for the women's Outside of the pool - and Sarah Tait in rowing, Australia's Kate Hornsey in the women's pair. snatched a silver medal their first gold of the Olympics Great Britain claimed while New Zealand took bronze. to their winning ways The Opals have returned with a 67-61 win over Brazil. Lauryn Jackson scored 18 points Olympic women's basketball history. and is now the leading scorer in In men's hockey, the Kookaburras smashed Spain 5-0., went down swinging while in tennis, Lleyton Hewitt against Novak Djokovic, losing a tight 3-setter. Hewitt teamed up with Sam Stosur Shortly after his loss, in the mixed doubles. to defeat Poland in straight sets. Eight badminton players of throwing matches at the centre of allegations The four women's doubles pairs, and one from Indonesia and China, two from South Korea, by the Federation for poor conduct. were under investigation the controversy is unacceptable. Olympic officials say The sadness of it - yesterday I was actually at badminton fail to narrowly progress I saw a British competitor narrowly incredibly competitive. but the games were were given a lifeline The decision meant the Aussie pair into the quarterfinals Members of the Olympic Committee say the best psychologists and doctors our athletes are in the hands of with the pressure. with concerns many aren't coping they have let themselves down, If they feel is going to bubble over. clearly, all that emotion Silver medallist Alicia Coutts says with a lack of sleep. they're also battling Medal tally coming up shortly, stand by for that but in the meantime, Nat has the news. Trinity Bates say The family of Bundaberg schoolgirl they were left speechless a last-minute guilty plea. after her killer entered was due to face trial in a few days Allyn John Slater with the 8-year-old's murder. after being charged not far from her home, in 2010. Trinity's body was found in a drain, in Bundaberg today. Slater is due to be sentenced a 46-year-old man with murder Police have charged Central Coast. on the New South Wales was found dead yesterday 31-year-old Amy Ailet in a home at Narara. Police went to house from a concerned relative after receiving a phone call the alleged killer's mother. believed to be The man is due to face court today. magnates at an address in Melbourne. to hit out Australia's mining from 'The Boss' Mr Swan used his favourite quotes working-class ideas. to reinforce his own rich man wanna be king Poor man wanna be rich, till he rules everything. and a king ain't satisfied Maybe he's in the wrong line of work? was criticised by the Opposition. An online video promoting the speech Can you resign by text message? But first, here's Kochie. Oh! Thank you, Nat, look, just after the close, Wall Street has closed down 31. down 31.5 points. The Federal Reserve, central bank in the US has come out with few words. Talk about that in a tick. To our region yesterday. We were down 6 points on both our major indices. both our major indices. To the yesterday. We were down 6 points on commodities and gold is trading at $ commodities and gold is trading at $1604 US an ounce. The spot silver price, we are doing spot silver, seeing we are winning so much at the Olympics, $27.40 an ounce. Olympics, $27. Olympics, $

have acknowledged The Federal Reserve high unemployment the slow economic activity, and weak consumer spending. highlighting their plan They have released a statement at record-low levels to hold short-term interest rates until at least late 2014. Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. Markets didn't react too well to the announcement. They were expecting more? They certainly were, Kochie. Look, I think there was a growing presumption the Federal Reserve will come out and provide us with another round of stimulus. But our view it won't happen just yet. The Fed have said they need to see a further deterioration in the US economy before they move but they are willing to move. Over the next couple of months it will be telling and the markets will brace for further stimulus in three, four, five months. But focus now shifts to the European central bank. They are meeting tonight. The big question is: will they support the eurozone? Thank you, keep us updated. Now back to London with the rest of the sport. Keep an eye on that silver price, we have got another five of them so there will be a couple on the quants flight -- Qantas flight home. won't play again this year Travis Burns at the NRL Judiciary last night. after copping a 9-game suspension was found guilty The Penrith playmaker on Roosters prop Martin Kennedy. of an intentional high tackle Burns had already accepted a 3-week ban for a chicken-wing tackle bringing his total suspension to 12 matches. Manly's Anthony Watmough is free to tackle the Cowboys this weekend after his dangerous contact charge was downgraded. St Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt is using a unique medical treatment to help him manage a chronic knee problem. The radical German technique involves injecting his own blood into the knee joint Riewoldt says it's helping him train and play at full capacity. Golf's 'Wild Thing' John Daly has done it again. Daly proved he still has nerves of steel by teeing off from the lips of former pro and respected golf commentator David Feherty. The strike was clean but please, don't try this at home. Gee, guys, it has been an interesting old night here in London. Sorry. Didn't like that? No, no. No? Replay? I don't think the kids' dentists or orthodontists would like to see that. So much can go wrong. Everyone in London is just devastated with James Magnussen's results. Silver medal is fantastic but when you expect something special. Imagine how he is feeling right now? He said he wouldn't change anything in his preparation when he spoke on the pool deck but high is certainly -- but he is certainly devastated. Damn that American with the long fingers I say. Let's go to James with the weather. Good morning! Good Mel and Kochie. We are coming to you with one-100th of a second delay weather. Good morning! Good morning,

this morning in respect for James Magnussen getting pipped at the post! Ah! Missed it by that much! But still, congratulations for a silver. A very good result. Good morning to everyone in the studio audience. Hello to everyone at home. Right on the Thames, it is spectacular here today. I can tell you, the weather in London wasn't actually half bad today. But more importantly let's look at the national forecast in Australia. 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. Early frost and sunshine for Tamworth. Sydney, possible showers this morning. Canberra, some early frost and cloud. Late rain at Strahan. Hobart, some early frost and cloud. Adelaide, showers developing. Well, our exact location is called Butler's Wharf, that's the Thames, that's the Tower Bridge, you never know who you will bump into at the Olympics. I reckon we have got some surprises this morning. Can't wait. Thank you, Thank you, James. Later this Sunrise - from beauty blogger to internet star. The accidental YouTube millionaire. And, Boris on a wire. London's mayor left dangling when an Olympic Games' publicity stunt goes wrong. I am Georgie Parker - actor, wife and mum. (SNEEZES) I am doing everything I can to look after my family but I am not a health expert. I am, and I'm here to help. Amcal - expert advice for every Australian. Bunnings do have warehouse prices because of how we purchase our goods in bulk. We save on handling costs and so that allows our customers to save at the registers. 12-rail clothes airer, $6.50. Makita electric chainsaw, $165. Multifold ladder, $99. PARFiX maxi nails, only $1.98. If you happen to find a cheaper price on a stocked item, we'll beat it by 10%. Warehouse prices are the lowest prices, without a doubt. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse! # Lowest prices are just the beginning. I am making the most of Amcal's fantastic savings. VOICEOVER: Nature's Own Omega Delight, just $9 each. Swisse Hand Cream, only $10. Get into Amcal today. I am Amcal. Find out how Red Spot is positively different to the big rental-car companies. Go with the underdog and save. 'The Missile' has missed out on gold in a cruel defeat at the Olympics. He's touched the wall just one-hundredth of a second behind the winner in the men's 100m freestyle. Let's go back to Beretts in London. It couldn't have been any closer. You can't even measure that, apart from having a big counter. I he had it. 2 couldn't have been any closer. It couldn't have been. It is from having a big counter. I thought

a sad thing. James Magnussen the top two here in the Olympics, in the blue-ribbon swimming event, a sad thing. James Magnussen is in

the blue-ribbon swimming event, the men's 100. It is the one he was the top two here in the Olympics, in

building for, years in the preparation and he missed out by one-100th of a second. It was the American, Nathan Adrian who took the medal. James Magnussen's time 47. medal. James Magnussen's time 47.53. It was a hot time. He through everything at it. He said it hurts at a result. He feels like he is cursed at the Olympic Games but he said he had so many good positive messages from home over the last couple Odays. He a mitted to struggling and -- admitted to struggling and it is a real haul. He has done everything in preparation. He is 21 years of age. has done everything in preparation. He is 21 years of age. He is 21 years of age. Huge has done everything in preparation. at home. We are just seeing the live screen of Port Macquarie and He is 21 years of age. Huge support

virtually the whole town came out to watch him. Silver in the pool, well done. Silver in the rowing too? This is fantastic. These girls are the backbone members of the Australian rowing team. They have been seasoned backbone members of the Australian rowing team. They have been seasoned campaigners and the finish was remarkable. About 500 metres to go, sitting in fourth place and it looks like they won't medal at all and they came home like a Freigth train. There was no catching the British. For Sarah hornsy and rr and Tait, they just scared the pants off the other crews. Sarah said they stopped just after she crossed the line, she looked up and the first face she saw was her two-year-old daughter in the stands. She becomes rowing's first mum. A fantastic achievement. was her two-year-old daughter Lela

Let's listen to her. She is very excited. She said to me just

"You're all mine again, Mummy said. She is pretty excited to have her excited. She said to me just before,

mum and dad back. It is a great medal. It is heavy, I can feel weight around my neck, it is medal. It is heavy, I can feel the sensational. A big congratulations to the British team too. Their gold medal of the Games. The to the British team too. Their first gold medal in women's rowing ever to gold medal of the Games. The first the Brits. Goodness. One of the girls works for the British military and is about to go back to Afghanistan to fight. She is a captain in the army. Only been together for two years. As soon as she came off the water, they did a live cross back to her company in Afghanistan. News just in, Australia has just finished second in the women's 4 X 200 relay. Brilliant! Awesome! Scandal. Tell us about the badminton competition? Eight players sent home for throwing their games? The Aussies are the one whose dobbed them in. They didn't take a lot of dobbing in because everyone saw it. The fans there at the night booed them. The officials came on twice and said, " and said, "This is just not on. You get back to playing serious competition or we will take action." And it is exactly what happened. Both teams had qualified and it was a matter of who you got in the next round. It just got farcical. The IOC stepped in and were particularly harsh and didn't muck around. They said, " said, "At this point, guys out." out.". China, Indonesian and Korea out. Australia got back in, played said, "At this point, guys you are

well but defeated by Canada. They changed the rules for the round robin. Let's take a look at the overall medal tally now.

our arch rival, Great Britain which Australia is 15th. We are now behind collected two medals overnight, not only in the women's rowing but in the time trial for the cycling too. So congratulations there. only in the women's rowing but also

too. So congratulations there. Bau in the time trial for the cycling too. So congratulations there. Bau . You said that through gritted teeth. in the time trial for the cycling

No, credit where credit is due. Why is the Treasurer using Bruce Springsteen to take on Australia's mining giants? And, pull down the shades. Our Olympic swimmers turn to an erotic novel to help them get to sleep. VOICEOVER: Change. It's a moving beast. You can't stop it or pretend it's not happening. You've got to run with it. Make it your best friend. In Australia, we're lucky. We get it. And every once in a while, we do something that changes everything. The long-range electric Holden Volt - the first car of its kind in Australia - is coming. What do you expect from your car insurance company? WOMAN: I'd like a tailor-made price. (CAR ALARM BLARES) MAN: At times like this, I'd like my insurance company to be there for me. WOMAN: I'd like a company that listens. At Youi, we get what you expect from us. Call us on 136 836 or go to youi.com.au and see for yourself. # Don't stop # Making pop # What a sensational studio audience we have got this morning. Sammy and Bella are in cooking their world-famous brekky burgers. And to reserve your seat in our audience just head to our website. We have a $500 voucher from Myer to give away to the best-dressed fan. Making news - the church getting behind our athletes. St Johns in Newcastle is gaining a bit of a reputation for the signs on its noticeboard. The current one from the parish priest Stewart Perry says, "God loves you even when you finish fourth". (laughs). That's good to know. Reashaoring. -- reassuring. Also making news - the London Mayor getting into the Olympic spirit and almost not getting out of it again. Boris Johnson was hamming it up with a stunt at Victoria Park. He zoomed into on a zip wire but then got stuck before reaching the end. The pollie was left dangling in the air for almost five minutes while the amused spectators watched on. Staff at the event did manage to rescue him in the end. Love it. Good value. I wonder Tony Abbott or Julia Gillard would Love it. Good value. I wonder if do that? Leave them dangling. A few people wouldn't mind that. Now, as we've been reporting over the past few days, some of our Olympic athletes are having trouble sleeping. But our female swimmers have found the solution in the form of racy literature. According to reports, the entire women's swim team is reading 'Fifty Shades of Grey'. Is it better than a sleeping pill. All jokes aside, their Stillnox was taken off them. You finished the third one last night, Mel. Did it help you relax? I slept like a baby. Mellow, relaxed. Would you believe, overnight, '50 Shades of Grey', the three books have overtaken the 'Harry Potter' books as the biggest three books have overtaken the seven sellers in Amazon's history. Wow! Likely. Speaking of '50 Shades of Grey', not only Mel but Nat's been reading it too. That's why an article posted on a noticeboard caught the attention of a viewer. And that's why an article posted on a noticeboard in a Sydney apartment block caught the attention of a viewer. Excuse me! Who did that? Where did that come from? An apartment complex in inner Sydney. That was up on the community noticeboard. Great! That's so cool. Thank you, whoever did that. I will get you! Ahead - forget swimming or athletics. We'll show you the real sport of the Games. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise live from Brekky Central. 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. Robyn's switch to Apia, taken from a real conversation. (PHONE RINGS) So, Robyn, what made you switch to Apia? We got a letter in January to say there'd be an increase in our home insurance premium - and then you find out it's going up by thousands. Gee, that's a lot, isn't it? Yes. We needed to find something that we could afford to pay. So I rang around, and found that Apia was the best for us. That's terrific. Thank you for that. Oh, that's alright. It was a pleasure. If you're over 50, call Apia on 13 50 50 to switch today. It's all going to be about the Missile today. Leading the Olympic results this morning - James Magnussen has won silver in the men's 100m freestyle final. In a heart-stopping finish, 'The Missile' came in behind America's Nathan Adrian by one-hundredth of a second. But Maggie had plenty of fans back in his home town of Port Macquarie cheering him on. And the girls have done it again - our women's 4 x 200m freestyle relay team have powered home to win a silver medal. The team of Melanie Schlanger, Alicia Coutts, Bronte Barratt and Kylie Palmer came in behind the USA. Checking other results - in rowing, Australia's Kate Hornsey and Sarah Tait Great Britain claimed their first gold while New Zealand took bronze. The Opals have returned to their winning ways with a 67-61 win over Brazil. Lauren Jackson became the leading scorer in Olympic women's basketball history. The first double amputee to race at the Olympics has made a public appearance in London before his debut this weekend. Known as 'The Blade Runner', Oscar Pistorius from South Africa is determined to defy his critics. Neil Warren has the story. Like all Olympic Games, there are stories of triumph and heartbreak but but when South Africa Oscar Pistorius enters the stadium on Sunday it will be about courage and determination. He is a double amputee given the green light to run at the Olympic Games. I grew up thinking different shoes, not a disability. She has been subjected to tests and taunts whether his blades have given him an advantage to other runners. If I had to listen to negativity out there and make a decision based on that for my career I wouldn't be here. 95% of the people have been supportive of me. He will race in the individual event and the relay, he is certain to bring the house down. He is bring the house down. He is eligible bring the house down. He is eligible to compete and I think the in the stadium will be massive. If I to compete and I think the response can imagine the can imagine the excitement of the last couple of weeks, I can't imagine when I will be on the tracks. He is one of the feel-good stories of the Games, he is living his dream, that he can compete against the best in the world against all odds. It will be a remarkable asheempt as we draw to the -- achievement as we draw to the end of day five. Looking at the tally now. We are now behind arch rivals Great Britain. They sit 11th on the medal table. Now for the rest of this morning's news - here's Nat. Treasurer Wayne Swan has launched a new attack on mining magnates during a speech in Melbourne. The comments have sparked speculation Mr Swan is seeking to build his profile as an alternative leader. He took inspiration from US rocker Bruce Springsteen. Now, like Springsteen, I and many caucus members came from working-class families. We are, in many ways, the Springsteen generation. The man who killed 8-year-old Queensland girl Trinity Bates will be sentenced today in Brisbane's Supreme Court. 22-year-old Allyn John Slater was due to stand trial next week but entered an early guilty plea yesterday. Trinity's body was found in a drain near her family home after she was reported missing in February 2010. Slater has been held in custody since he was charged. The high tide has washed a dead humpback whale out of an ocean pool on a Sydney beach. The young 10m whale was found lodged in the pool at Newport Beach early yesterday. Conservation officers were hoping it would naturally be moved out to sea. Couldn't we have donated that to research? And then the Japanese government government cut one off the quota? It was just a thought. Wall Street is down 32 points. the quota? It was just a thought. Wall Street is down 32 points. Federal Reserve finished their Wall Street is down 32 points. The two-day meeting and said they are happy to spur the economy. Investors are saying, " are saying, "Just go and do it." So the markets were down as a result. Mafrering figures across the -- manufacturing figures across United Kingdom and China were down. manufacturing figures across the Silver price is $ Silver price is $27. Silver price is $ Silver price is $27.43. ! . Back to Beretts with more of the sport. Manly forward Anthony Watmough has been cleared to play in this weekend's crucial clash against North Queensland. Watmough was all smiles after his charge for a chicken-wing tackle was downgraded at the NRL Judiciary last night. We thought it was pretty harsh. We were here in the first place but in saying that, they've got a job to do, and we come in here and defended it best we could. Penrith's Travis Burns copped a 9-match ban for an intentional high tackle. He'd already accepted a 3-week ban for a chicken-wing tackle, bringing his total penalty to 12 matches. Carlton's finally getting some respite from its horror injury toll with several stars set to return for this weekend's clash with ladder leaders Sydney. Jarrad Waite's expected to pass a fitness test on his injured back today and Kade Simpson has been cleared to return from a broken jaw. Andrew Walker and Mitch Robinson are also likely inclusions. Just a special mention to the man who won the Tour de France, probably had the best year of any athlete in the world this year but Bradley Wiggins won the gold medal in the individual time trial. She becomes Britain's most successful athlete. An outstanding win for Great Britain today. Their Games is going OK. Let's check the weather with JT. Come on brain, come on brain! Good morning! Good morning, guys. Can you hear me? Yes! It's working! You're listening to my inner thoughts. See how I am dressed as a Welsh guard, you know how we are not allowed to say anything or react to anything, it say anything or react to anything, it is hard to tell you about the cool stuff that is happening so I had to geto my awesome telepathic ability. It is kind of like a staring competition. I used to be good at this at school. Tobin, snap out of it! You are on national telly. That's Tower Bridge, that's the Thames, man! This hat is itchy. Let's look at the national weather forecast. 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 trough and front are crossing WA, causing showers in the west and south. A high is keeping Central Australia mostly clear and dry. A Tasman Low is directing showery southerlies and dangerous surf onto the coasts of New South Wales, eastern Victoria and eastern Tasmania. That sounds pretty good. Darwin is beautiful at this time of year. 31? Nicer than here in London at the moment. We're back on. Alright, guys, thank you very much. See you back here in half an hour. Very clever. The outfit suits you, may I add. You look good in red. and they're celebrating with some super low fares. You can fly direct from Melbourne for just $349. Flights also depart from other locations. Prices start from $442 from Sydney, $464 from Adelaide and $542 from Perth, all via Melbourne. So, what are you waiting for? These fares are only on sale until midnight this Friday and conditions do apply. For more details or to book, visit jetstar.com now. You might remember Sunrise went to Hawaii, sensational. Gorgeous place. There you go. After the break - adding to the royal silverware. The Queen's granddaughter, Zara Phillips, talks to Beretts about her Olympic success. And, the bounce back in property prices. Where to buy, next. As we take a look at Brisbane through the Jetstar Skycam. Sunny and a top of 21 degrees. Everybody is on bore. Also, a very special guest today. We have got Olympic champion Ian Thorpe making debut in wax. Very handsome. He's been created by Madame Tussauds in Sydney. Nat you look good too but you are real, not wax. And Deeksy. Here is Nat. So let's go back to Beretts and get the latest. Beretts, James Magnussen missed gold by a whisker. We watched it and thought he had it? Yes, just broke our hearts and broke his heart too, no doubt bout it. His time, 47. time, 47.35. If it was 47. time, 47.35. If it was 47.511 he would have won from Nathan Adrian who took out the e srefpbt. It was devastating for James Magnussen, no doubt. He said he gave it all he could and his preparation was everything it could have been. It is just life. He said he feels he has an Olympics curse. Let's hope not and he goes on to Rio. He is a world champion and has a future. Yes, still a silver medal is good. It is what our audience thinks. AND APPLAUSE) . what our audience thinks. (CHEERING Zara Phillips says The Queen's granddaughter out on the gold in the equestrian she's disappointed to have missed medal by her mum, Princess Anne, but being presented with a silver quite an honour. must still have been had a brush with royalty Beretts, you the Great Britain eventing team? when you caught up with And Yes, look, it was fantastic. They are big news here, as you would imagine. The whole country stopped to watch them yesterday. Things didn't go exactly their way but it was still good enough for the silver medal. I had a chat with Zara Phillips and the team. There it goes, give her a hug. Team GB, congratulations Owen a silver medal. It was one of the congratulations Owen a magnificent great events of the Games so far. Did you feel it on the course? It was incredible experience to be in Greenwich and have the boot from the crowd, the crowd was huge on cross country day in particular. The atmosphere has been buzzing and it is unlike anything we have experienced before or ever will. You mentioned the camaraderie, Zara, did you feel the extra pressure because you get the extra attention? I am lucky in my sport everyone just gets on with it and ignores everything else. I am on the team. Everyone is out to do the same job. Just try and get on with it. I have seen you all interviewed directly afterwards. Sbrara, you were -- Zara you were quite critical of yourself. happy now you have the silver? Not quite critical of yourself. You really. We all made our own mistakes. Things didn't go perfectly as it often does with horses and sport. I think Zara was very tough on herself but that's her. We have all got things we will regret as you always do. Tell us about celebrations? What you been doing? Nothing! Press. Tonight. Right. What happens tonight? Well, we will go to the celebrations in Hyde Park, very much looking forward to that and hopefully it is something we can do together. Who knows? No more media. Yes, no more media. Rio? Mary is going to Rio. They are all trying. Fantastic, guys, congratulations, enjoy the celebrations tonight. Probably a bit presumptious of me to think I will be in Rio, Nat, Zara was lovely. They have been non-stop for 24 hours. A huge event. The papers here in London have given her a hard time today because she did clip a rail in the three-day jumping event and they were pretty harsh on her. They have done their her. They have done their commitment and can sit back and enjoy their medal and the silver medal in the equestrian is to be celebrated. They are tough on themselves. Thank you, here is here is Kochie. There's good news for property prices, at least in some capital cities. Bureau of Statistics figures show in the June quarter house prices rose an average of 0.5% index saw a 0.6% rise during July. while RP Data-Rismark's home value Darwin values rose the most, Sydney and Melbourne also increased by slumps in other locations, but those figures were offset especially Adelaide. expensive city to buy a property, Sydney remains the country's most $535,000. with the average home costing Hobart is the cheapest at $300,000. Louis Christopher. Joining me now is property expert Good morning. I'm stumped. I can't believe some of these figures. It's not what I'm seeing? They are quite confusing. We have had four data sets come out and they are all showing different things. Even just then, you have shown the RP data numbers and they are quite different to the ABS numbers that came out yesterday. But in all this, I think there are clear signals for some cities. When we look at Darwin, for example, Darwin is definitely taking off. There is something going off there for sure and also, stock and listing levels are plummeting in Darwin. Over in Perth, the ABS is starting to record a rise in Perth. We think there is some action happening there in as well. We are becoming more confident of a recovery in the Perth some action happening there in Perth

market there. Classic, Bureau of Statistics says Perth going up, RP says going down. That's right? What on earth is going on? Well, look, it is becoming quite confusing at this point in time. What is Melbourne doing? Melbourne is going down. I am convinced Melbourne is going down. The other indicators is suggesting a very weak market. It may recover later in the year. The interest rate cuts we have had will have some impact. Brisbane is flattening out right now and it is quite likely we will see a recovery very shortly. Sydney, solid Jes. Hobart. It is looking very weak, as weak as Melbourne. There you go, go to the guru. Here is to their due date Expectant mothers working up at the same risk as a smoker. could be putting their babies According to a new British study, after eight months of pregnancy women who continued to work on average, 200 grams lighter. gave birth to babies who were, at greater risk of SIDS They were also and health problems later in life compared to the babies whose mums left work between six and eight months. Let's bring in Sunrise GP Dr Ginni Mansberg. Ginni, should pregnant women be worried about this study? I don't think you should worry. Because a lot of women are going to have to work up to their due date because that is your financial reality. But let's put it for to perspect chb reality. But let's put it for to Peugeot pective. 230 grams lighter is still going to be a healthy baby. But if you baby falls below 2,500 grams they are at a much higher risk for newborn period, behavioural problems in school and health problems later in life, diabetes, heart disease. So you don't want that if you can avoid it. That is where good antenatal care comes in. If you baby is going to be small, then worry. If it is normal, don't worry. If all pregnant women took advice. If you have got a baby that is healthy and you are healthy and well, are you OK to work as long as you feel you are able to and comfortable and your doctor says it is fine? If your doctor says it is fine, don't worry. We have had data that shows physically and emotional stressful jobs will give you slightly smaller babies which puts you at a higher risk of the 2,500 gram babies or less but you should pick it up by 36 weeks and be in a better position to make a decision. When you are working, you want to take the time after, not before and spend it with your new baby. Thank you. It is hard for women. I know, there is always another study. Pressure. There you go, hopefully it sorts it out a bit. Well, Bree goes on maternity leave tomorrow. So right on the eight months, good decision. News is coming up, plus we'll take you back live to London for the Olympic highlights. And we'll hear from our oarsome rowers - after they won silver overnight. Kate Hornsey and Sarah Tait And, Justin Bieber all grown up. # As long as you love me # I'll be your platinum # As long as you love me brand new music video on Sunrise. See the star's I am not a morning person.

do my buttons, do my shoelaces. There's a bit to do - and that oats fill my tummy. Mum says breakfast is important as Uncle Tobys Oats, Quick Sachets are the same so they cook faster. just cut up smaller Done in 90 seconds. you to school on time. Which means we can get And they're nourishing, right? Right. Delicious. Real oats, real quick. Nobody does oats like Uncle Tobys. WOMAN: Try new creamy vanilla from Uncle Tobys Oats Quick Sachets. VOICEOVER: It's unbelievable! Powerball has jackpotted to a sky-high: Grab an entry today. # London calling # Throughout the Olympics we're being joined by a live studio audience and we'd love to see you here. Just head to our website to reserve your seat. And, remember, every day there's a $500 Myer voucher to give away to our best dressed audience member or the most creative sign. Sammy and Bella cooking breakfast. Good morning, girls. Morning, guys. Mushrooms! Yum, lucky we are all hungry. Nelson Aspen is in New York Showbiz editor in entertainment news. with all the latest at Justin Bieber's new music video And you have a look on Sunrise, 'As Long As You Love Me' for one of the songs he performed from his album 'Believe'. What do you reckon? Well, he has grown up fast. He has pushed the fringe off his forehead and dancing well and singing well, take a look. # Fighting every second of the day # For your dreams, girl # I'll be your whole world on a stinger # You can be my Destiny's Child # So don't stress # Don't cry # We don't need no wings to fly # Just take my hand. # That's from his new album 'Believe'. Someone who believes in Bieber is Paris Jackson. She has been defending him on Twitter against people who have been criticising Justin and his fans. Paris is the great protector. Exactly right. He is becoming an all-round entertainer. Good. Moving on, and move over Tom Cruise, could broken-hearted Robert Pattinson turn to Scientology? After the devastating split up? The rumours are flying every which direction about Kristin and Rob and the Scientologists apparently want to seize on that and the position he is in. Tom cruise has had scandal, John Travolta has had scandal, they could have someone young and untouched. No word on whether there is word to back it up. We hope he is OK. We will talk to you later this morning. Still ahead on Sunrise. by 1/100th of a second James Magnussen beaten for gold blue-ribbon event. in the Olympic pool's snare a rowing medal for Australia. Kate Hornsey and Sarah Tait turn to the erotic novel Our Olympic swimmers to help them doze off. The new weapon in the fight against cyber thugs. The scorned wife getting even with her ex by selling their house. SONG: # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise...# Right across Australia, this is a special edition of Sunrise, celebrating the Games. Now from Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. Hello again and thanks for joining us at home and welcome to our studio audience. You wake to news James Magnussen has been edged out Missed out by that much! in men's 100m freestyle final at the London Olympics. Silver again... It's been a silver night for Australia - our rowers won a medal in the women's pairs. Beretts is in London with all the details. It has been an interesting day, no doubt about it. James Magnussen, we will get to him in just a second but first, let's check other results. Our women's rowers, Kate Hornsey and Sarah Tait, have bagged a silver medal in the women's pair while Great Britain claimed their first gold and New Zealand took Bronze. The Opals basketball team have returned to their winning form with a 67-61 win over Brazil. And veteran Lauren Jackson becoming the leading scorer in Olympic women's basketball history. In the tennis - Lleyton Hewitt went down swinging against Novak Djokovic, losing in a tight 3-setter. Shortly after his loss, Hewitt teamed up with Sam Stosur in the mixed doubles to defeat Poland in straight sets. Let's take a look add the medal tally. In fact, let's go to James Magnussen's swim and look at that. James Magnussen's Olympic dream has been shattered by one-hundredth of a second. That's the margin Magnussen went down by in the final of the 100m freestyle here in London. Our women's 4 x 200m freestyle relay team also won silver. Beaten by the barest of margins. COMMENTATOR: Adrian wins! One-hundredth of a second. James Magnussen touched out by America's Nathan Adrian in the 100m freestyle final. It was silver as well for our women's 4 x 200m freestyle relay team, the USA again proving the spoilers. America wins. Australia second - brave. Lauren Jackson's now the highest scorer in the history of women's Olympic basketball. The Opals captain scored 18 points in the win over Brazil. Lauren Jackson does it again. Rowers Kate Hornsey and Sarah Tait are our latest silver medallists. They finished second to Great Britain in the women's pair with Princes William and Harry watching on. They were there for our event which was kinda cool but no we haven't seen them yet. While the city of London's been performing well during the Games, its mayor has been caught in an sticky spot after becoming stuck on a zip line in mid-air. The embarrassing stunt has been a welcome aside from the controversy surrounding the disqualification of eight badminton players from the competition. The London Olympics has been very well organised and so was this stunt until Boris Johnson came to a stop. Organisers eventually rescued Mr Mayor. They said the lines simply lost momentum. So has the Olympic campaign of 8 badminton after they deliberately tried to campaign of 8 badminton players throw their matches. I know the badminton federation really well, they will take it seriously. The players were expelled and the tickets not refunded. to think the Olympic athletes would do that. It ruins the game, tickets not refunded. Disappointing

ruinathise sportsmanship and it is what you get at the end of the day. With the seats fills, there are concerns the rest of London is empty. Long-term economic yield from showcasing London in the way that these Games are showcasing London is hugely positive. As we draw to the end of day five, let's look at the tally. We are now behind arch rivals Great Britain who collected two gold Britain who collected two gold medal overnight. They had a fantastic night of competition onday five. Let's get the rest of the day's news now. The man accused of killing 8-year-old Bundaberg girl Trinity Bates has pleaded guilty to her murder. Allyn Slater was due to stand trial next week but pleaded guilty midway through his pre-trial hearing. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper joins us now. Good morning, Michelle. When will he be sentenced? Morning, Nat. Well, Allyn Slater will be sentenced at 2:00 here at the Supreme Court and murder does carry a mandatory life sentence in Queensland. He has pleaded guilty to eight-year-old Trinity's murder. It is believed he strangled her after taking her from her bed in Bundaberg in 2010. Her body was found a short time later in a storm-water drain. He was charged. He lives a few streets away from the family and considered a friend. But neighbours describe him as inlecktually disabled. His bizarre plea has come as a Treasurer Wayne Swan has channelled rocker Bruce Springsteen to hit out Australia's mining magnates at an address in Melbourne. Mr Swan used his favourite quotes from 'The Boss' to reinforce his own working-class ideas. Poor man wanna be rich, rich man wanna be king, and a king ain't satisfied till he rules everything. An online video promoting the speech was criticised by the Opposition. The remains of Ned Kelly have been returned to his descendants 132 years after his death. Kelly's bones were identified last year after a study of 24 skeletons exhumed from the old Pentridge Prison site in Victoria. A developer had hoped to use them as part of a new museum at the site but the State Government has stepped in and blocked the plans. The bones are expected to be laid to rest in a small cemetery in rural Victoria. Ahead this Sunrise - SMS "Quit". Can you resign by text message? But first, here's Kochie. Garbage economic indicator coming up. Investors saying, come on, get into it. When things are tough, we don't throw things out Train car loads of Garbin in America. See, so garbage can indicate how we're doing America. See, the red line is American economic growth, the blue line see how it falls drumalticly when the economy goes into recession, we use everything, we don't throw it out. Now, this is the worrying bit, economic growth in America still pretty solid. Garbage, the amount of garbage has dropped dramatically which indicates the 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 sunny day across Queensland. 25 at Cairns. 22 for Mackay. Early frost and sunshine for Tamworth. Sydney, possible showers this morning. Canberra, some early frost and cloud. Partly cloudy for Wagga Wagga. Mostly dry for Ballarat. Melbourne, becoming cloudy. Late rain at Strahan. Hobart, some early frost and cloud.

An afternoon shower or two at Ceduna. Mostly sunny for Alice Springs. Darwin, sunny. And over to Western Australia - showers and the chance of a storm later for Bunbury. Perth, showers increasing. Partly cloudy this afternoon at Kalgoorlie. Sunny for Broome. I feel like Honey, I shunk the weather presenter If a woman asks a bobby to use his hat to go to the bathroom he must give it to her to use (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE). Very clever 'The Missile' is regrouping after missing out on Gold by a whisker in the pool overnight. To go through another day of action we're joined by our panel of Olympic swimmers - Michael Klim, Sam Riley and Lisa Curry. Good morning to you all. Magnussen was just 0.01 seconds behind the winner, the US's Nathan Adrian. Here's what he said after the race. It was a tough week, you know. There's still a job to do, still got a few more races. Yeah, that hurts. I gave it my best tonight. It's something else at an Olympic Games - I've struggled a little but I've learnt a lot. Michael, what do you reckon? It was encouraging to see him work his way back int contention I don't think he could have done better That's the Olympics Did he go hard enough at the wall? It looked like he lifted his head before the American When you come to the wall, I think he extended that snap quiceker - the American Once again, James, get on the dais smile coz we got a medal He'll learn from this Some people's 2nd Olympics is better Have a listen to the Deputy Chedf de Mission It's the games and we've seen that We believe we can finish top five. Sam, is that realistic. You're trying to bait me again I'd be reluctant to predict Top five is a big ask We've got minor medals coming up Sally Pearson Are we just coming off a couple of amazing Olympics Now we're going, "Goodness!" We've won 158 gold medals. that's not a lot from the beginning Badminton scandal Eight players sent home for tanking Fans are furious. It's a joke! It's appaling Play to win every match. They changed the comp So they're rigging the round They're rigging where they play further up The best thing the did was disqualify everyone We're in 15th place with 1 gold, 6 silver and 2 bronze. The mayor got stuck on a zip wire This is how he became a hit They left a brake on or something I recommend it He's drumming up publicity They're trying to raise the publicity There's an unusual new weapon in the fight against cyber bullying. recently adopted the Stop Harassing Me Postcard System. Students who have experienced menacing or threatening comments or who've seen offensive material about them posted on social network sites request a postcard from the school's support staff. They fill out the details on the back and then the postcard is delivered to the bully. So far around 70 postcards have been issued and only one has been breached. It's an interesting system The system was developed by Senior Constable Nathan Vaughan, a school-based police officer in Brisbane. Good morning. In your role, you've seen a rise in cyber bullying. How big is the problem? Cyberbullying has It has increased in schools Cyberbullying has increased in Cyberbullying has increased in the schools. When students go into the schools and start assaulting one another purely because of comments with social media web sites that is when we need to step in and do something about it. When students gp to schools and start assaulting each other something about it. Such a flow on effect. Tell us how it because of cyberbullying effect. Tell us how it is making a difference? How it makes a difference in the tghat affects us. difference in the school, a who has received a message online from a cyberbully can go to difference in the school, a student

from a cyberbully can go from a cyberbully can from a cyberbully can go to the support staff in the school What they can do is go to support staff in school support staff in the school and quest to fill out a post card which is given to the cyberbully. The and request to fill out a postcard victim writes on the post card and the post card explains to the bully the messages are unwanted and they must immediately stop. The messages may be illegal and police may become involved in the matter if it continues. The post card is given to it's not acceptable

the cyberbully from the support staff so The cyberbully and victim staff so the victim and the cyberbullying never come face to face. never come face to face face. For information go Go to the w2ebsite. face. For information go to stopharassingme.com. The What's the reaction from the bullies from the bully if they choose to stopharassingme.com. The reaction breach the post card, what happens is the victim can make a formal complaint and the police may use the post card to What happens is the victim can make a complaint post card to prove the cyberbully ignored the quest the bully ignored it ignored the quest bloin they knew what offence they were commiting and police would become involved. they knew the offence they were committing police would become involved. When the bullies get the post cards, what sort of, how do you think that stops them in their tracks? What have you and the police will be iunvooved experienced? From my experience, when the cyberbullies, them in their tracks? What have you

What do the bullies react like when the cyberbullies, I think it is clearly made to them if their behaviour does continue it really is going to step up into a It's made clear that if they don't stop going to step up into a new realm and the consequences of the continuing the behaviour may continue. It must be striking home. it will continue on to a higher level Thank you we appreciate your time this morning. continue. It must be striking home.

Big consequences And a documentary about high-school bullying is being released in cinemas later this month. It's simply called 'Bully' and follows five American kids and their families who have been affected by the problem. Mel's seen it. She was incredibly moved by it and on Monday we'll have the director of the film live in the studio. We look forward to getting his take on the subject. Here's Kochie and Mel. It is everywhere. Yes, you came back raving about it. It is so powerful and shows you, it takes you the eyes of the victims and shows you what life is like and covers all and shows you, it takes you through

of those horrific consequences, suicide included. It is very powerful. That's is Monday on Sunrise. 'Missile' fans have gathered at Sydney Olympic Park to cheer on their hero this morning. Sunrise correspondent Sally Bowrey is there. Sally, it was such a close race, he missed the gold by a whisker. How did his fans react? They were cheering very loudly here, hoping it could be heard in London. Also plenty of fans cheering in James's town of Port Macquarie all wishing him on. There were young swimmers who were very happy to watch the race, maybe because some got out of training for a while. They were proud as much with the silver effort. Let's listen to they had to say. Let's go. Here we go! That is awesome. Woohoo! All silver effort. Let's listen to what

very proud of him. We know he tried his best. We are all happy for him. I am sure he is disappointed it I am sure he is disappointed it was a silver. The coach tells me with this generation of potential future Olympians here at Homebush, the best training is to watch Olympians on the big screen, seeing things visually is how they learn best. Some were fairly happy just to get a bit of break from training this morning. I bet. Thank you, good to talk to you, check in with you later. Boris Johnson is fantastic. He is a real character. Overnight he was demonstrating the art of zip hanging. But Damon green reports it didn't all go to plan. It was supposed to be a dramatic entrance, the mayor of the Olympic city arriving at an open-air event to celebrate the Games suspended on a zip wire. It started quite well, even if he travelled in reverse most of the way down, flags fluttering, staring down the way he had come from. Boris Johnson, in case you had forgotten, holder of one of the most powerful positions in the British Isles. He failed to get enough moment to get to the end of the zip wire and drifted back the other way. It is going well. Well organised. What they do... Get me a ladder! And yet, it is a sad fact that the plight of the mayor of London, in spite of his repeated requests for assistance. Can you get me a rope? Get me a rope, OK? Provoked no response from the crowd below other than a desire for laughter and photographs. It was several minutes before a line could be produced and attached to his i mobile body. Let me down! I seemed to turn around. I think possibly what happened is they left a brake on or something, anyway, it was wonderful. There aren't many elected politicians whose dignity could survive being suspended in a public place like large child in a baby bouncer. But for Mr Johnson, this sort of thing doesn't seem that unusual. Don't you wish we could dangle our own politicians like that for a while. (audience: yeah) (audience: yeah). We are waiting to hear from the Australian swim team and also our silver medal winning rowers as well. They are standing outside the westfield shopping centre, yes, Aussie Westfield Shopping Centre. It is like going out of the international airport and wade your way through the duty free? At the At the Olympics you wade your way through the through the Olympics to get to the Games. A bit of shopping there. A queue. And, Robert Pattinson's most daring role yet. The movie that's left critics raving and 'Twilight' fans curious - soon. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) What a great studio audience we have with us. Sammy and Bella are cooking, good morning, girls. Brekky burgers are on the menu - yum! And to reserve your seat in our audience, We have a $500 voucher from Myer to giveaway to the best-dressed fan. We've got the grandmother of one of our women's water polo team in the audience. I have narrowed it down to a couple but it is going to be hard to choose. Now, Kazakhstan, ahead of us on the medal count, it borders Mongolia. It is the largest land locked country in the world. A little segment I'm starting called Where The Hell Is? Got a ring to it. Well, you Well, you put your cubikini on and show us. We will hear from our awesome rowers. They were being flogged with 500 metres to go and came up. It was part of the trap. It is what Beretts taught us. Yes, my

trap didn't work so well for James Magnussen. James Magnussen has come up short by the barest possible margin in the 100m freestyle final. Magnussen finished second to American Nathan Adrian by one-hundredth of a second. Our women's 4 x 200m freestyle relay team also claimed silver. The team of Melanie Schlanger, Alicia Coutts, Bronte Barratt and Kylie Palmer were overhauled by USA on the final leg. Checking other results - and, in rowing, Australia's Kate Hornsey and Sarah Tait claimed silver in the women's pair. Great Britain won the gold with princes William and Harry watching on. Our women's basketball team, The Opals, bounced back to form with a 6-point win over Brazil. And, in sailing, our women's match racing and men's 49er crews are both leading their competitions and looking good for gold. Eight badminton players at the centre of allegations have been disqualified from the Olympics. The four women's doubles pairs - two from South Korea and one from Indonesia and China were under investigation by the federation for poor conduct. Olympic officials say the controversy is unacceptable. The sadness of it - I was actually at badminton yesterday and I saw a British competitor fail to narrowly progress but the games were incredibly competitive. The decision meant the Aussie pair were given a lifeline into the quarter-finals before losing to Canada. Some of London's busiest streets have been left unusually quiet during the Olympic Games. Retailers, restaurant owners and hoteliers say the consumer boom that was predicted to coincide with the Olympics hasn't happened. While many hotels are fully booked - others around London say the occupancy is even lower than this time last year. It's just this fear factor of coming into London - people are saying, "Don't go into London, it's really busy." It hasn't been the case. Restaurants also say the increase on sales are only up by around 10%. Let's take a look at the overall medal count now. And China's leading the way with 17 gold, 9 silver and 4 bronze. The United States is a clear second while Australia is in 15th. We have one gold, six silver and two bronze but we're now trailing hosts Great Britain who collected two gold medals overnight. They had a beauty of day, simple at They had a beauty of day, simple They had a beauty of day, simple as that. The family of Bundaberg schoolgirl Trinity Bates say they were left speechless after her killer entered a last-minute guilty plea. Allyn John Slater was due to face trial in a few days after being charged with the 8-year-old's murder. Trinity's body was found in a drain, not far from her home, in 2010. Slater is due to be sentenced in Bundaberg today. A Melbourne cabbie who was murdered while on duty yesterday had refused to work weekend nightshifts for fear of growing violence. 56-year-old Stephen Seymour was stabbed to death and thrown from his vehicle, in the city's east. His attacker drove off in his taxi but crashed a short time later and died. Very sad to see that such a gruesome thing could happen to one of our great drivers. The shocking murder has sparked fresh debate over taxi safety. Treasurer Wayne Swan has channelled rocker Bruce Springsteen to hit out Australia's mining magnates at an address in Melbourne. Mr Swan used his favourite quotes from 'The Boss' to reinforce his own working-class ideas. Poor man wanna be rich, rich man wanna be king, and a king ain't satisfied till he rules everything. An online video promoting the speech was criticised by the Opposition. The humpback whale carcass that washed into an ocean pool in Sydney yesterday is now back on the beach. The humpback was pushed out of the pool in high tides last night but it has been washed back to shore this morning. Wildlife authorities are still trying to figure out what to do with the carcass. The beach remains closed. Yes, Koch? We ring the Japanese government and say, " government and say, "Use it for science." government and say, "Use it for science.". Save one live one your scientific quota? It is fairly big. Maybe knock two off. Save work, science.". Save one live one off

knock three off. Get Tony burke on the phone. Done, leave it with me. Thank you very much, very helpful, now to the weather, James, what you up to Yes, straight weather read this half hour. We are standing in this half hour. We are standing underneath the Tower Bridge, it looks spectacular. They have got the rings lit up. This is if you remember, where the boat started, jetted down the Thames and made its way to the stadium. It is exciting then and exciting every night as we look at the national forecast in Australia. 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 trough and front are crossing WA causing showers in the west and south. A high is keeping Central Australia mostly clear and dry. A Tasman low is directing showery southerlies and dangerous surf onto the coasts of New South Wales, eastern Victoria and eastern Tasmania. Down here at Butlers Wharf we bumped into interesting characters this morning. Another interesting character coming up in half an hour, I'll say no more but you don't want to miss it. We won't, we love the interesting characters. Great job. Ahead - the workers quitting their job via SMS. But next, Robert Pattinson and his strange new role. VOICEOVER: New from Air Wick - a glowing candle that gently changes colour to create an enchanting mood. Its delicate aroma will captivate you and brighten your world. The new Air Wick Multicolour Candle. Low fares are just part of the story. Jason Bourne is in Manhattan. Confirmed. What? That's all I have. Gotta go. (dramatic music) Do you want to live? Yeah, I want to live. The Bourne franchise is back. And its new star, Jeremy Renner, is coming to Australia next week for the premiere of 'The Bourne Legacy'. We can announce that the Oscar nominee will be live in our studio next Wednesday. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) That's a breakfast TV exclusive. Don't forget, we have studio audiences all next week. That could be the day to book. Just putting it out there. I love it Robert Pattinson has been lying low since news of Kristen Stewart's affair broke around the world. She broke his heart. I know, he needs to come and spend quality quiet time here in Australia. But today his new movie opens in cinemas across Australia. Showbiz editor Nelson Aspen has our look at this week's releases. Nelson, what should we see? Well, man, there is something for everyone this week. You've got drama, horror, even got a little dance. You know Robert Pattinson will be spending some time down under, next year but for the time mean people who loved him in the 'Twilight' franchises are interested to see how he comes out in the new film cosmopolis rr. Have a look. You acquire information and turn it into something also. Don't trust standard models. A young billionaire on a dangerous ride through New York City. This is a protest against the future. They want to hold off the future. That's a scandal, man. It is a scandal but we all do it. He's out there and he's armed. Makes me feel free in a way I've never known. Free to do what? 'Cosmopolis' is Robert Pattinson's most daring film yet but he almost overlooked the part. I thought I was too young. I don't know, at a point, I was doubting myself quite a lot. I was thinking I would never get offered something like that. Out of the blue, last year, it kind of came out of nowhere. It was, " of nowhere. It was, "Do you want do it?". I do it?". I was kind of amazinged. of nowhere. It was, "Do you want to This unusual movie premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. Rumour has it Rob has pulled out of publicity appearances for 'Cosmopolis' this month following news of Kristen Stewart's affair. Either way, critics are generally impressed. 'Cosmopolis' has 63% positive reviews according to critic aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. It's out in Australia today before its US release. Everything in our lives has brought us to this moment. Now to something completely different. Miami's Ocean Drive. Was transformed today. Described as a public disturbance. You ready? You're kidding, right? You're kidding, right?? The question on everyone's mind... Who is the mob? Yep, there's another 'Step Up' movie in cinemas today. 'Step Up 4: Miami Heat' is definitely one for dance lovers. The videoerise quickly going viral, the dances are turning into a cultural phenomenon. but, hey, it's not really for them, is it? Throw some vampires into the mix this week. 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' re-imagines the 16th president of the United States as a superhero. There is darkness everywhere, Mr Lincoln. It's out today, too. But it's going to take a small miracle to dethrone 'Batman' from the top of the box office. 'The Dark Knight Rises' is millions of dollars in front at number one after two weeks. Ahead of Channing Tatum's stripper movie 'Magic Mike' and in third spot, comedy 'Ted'. How you doing? (laughs) How you doing? (laughs). That is one funny teddy bear. My Zippy the Monkey wasn't like that. Have you seen it? I haven't seen it yet. In the school holidays my son, "Is a teddy bear. Let's see it." think it is for you. Mel has teddy bear. Let's see it." I don't '50 Shades of Grey'. She is ready think it is for you. Mel has read for the next stripper movie. Coming up - the scorned wife getting revenge on her husband by selling their house. But next, Swan's song. Why the Treasurer is using rock'n'roll to take aim at Australia's mining giants. Experience Air Wick's Scented Oils from the new seasonal collection. With essential oils bursting with fragrance, the captivating scent will wrap your whole room in a warming, indulgent aroma of gingerbread and shimmering spice. (DOORBELL RINGS) The new seasonal collection from Air Wick. The Aussie Deluxe Burger. Succulent ground beef cooked to perfection with bacon, cheese and fresh salad. In store now, for a limited time. A gorgeish morning through the jet -- a gorgeous morning through the Jetstar sky cam in Sydney. The chance of a shower this morning and a top of 17 degrees. Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan has drawn inspiration from his idol Bruce Springsteen to hit out at the nation's mining magnates. He used 'The Boss' lyrics at a speech in Melbourne to take aim at Clive Palmer and Gina Rinehart. Have a listen. Poor man wanna be rich, rich man wanna be king, and a king ain't satisfied. Swan also posted a home video to YouTube, saying he's been inspired by the musician since the 1970s. # Tramps like us # Baby, we were born to run. # Let's bring in our Kings of Talkback now - Chris Smith from 2GB is in Sydney and Howard Sattler from 6PR is in Perth. Good morning to you both. Do you reckon he is dancing in the dark a bit? Embarrassing? Good one. Yes, embarrassing for Bruce Springsteen as well. What is it about treasures, they turn into craven ego maniacs. Here is a bloke who thinks he is a bit like does he telling and Costello was who thinks he is a bit like Paul like that too. Is it because they get hold of the green-and-gold cheque books? One thing I do know, Swan should get on with stop hating people with money. The chip on his shoulder is as big as his own head. He hasn't stopped boring it up Gina Reinhardt and Andrew Forrest as well. It is totally and utterly pathetic. Should he get on with the job or sing YouTube videos to his beloved Bruce Springsteen. Is it to align himself with middle-class voters? He is practising the oldest trick in the book of envy. figures people who don't have money will get dirty on those who do. trick in the book of envy. He

Unlike him who produces nothing but hot air and taxes, Gina Reinhardt and Andrew Twiggy Forrest produce things. He dozen. He is practising the politic the Ron Paultics of envy. He is dancing in the dark. Bruce Spring