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(generated from captions) during Sunday services. This time, inside a Sikh temple The legal wrangle over witnesses fight for their murdered son. as Daniel's family face a fresh from the controls A Qantas pilot removed before the flight. on suspicions she'd been drinking doesn't miss a target Aussie Michael Diamond in three perfect Olympic rounds. in the one movie. Hollywood's biggest names unite SONG: # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise...# Right across Australia, of Sunrise, celebrating the Games. this is a special edition Kochie and Mel. Now from Brekky Central, and welcome to our studio audience. Hello and welcome to a new week, , You look so impressive. Oh. Look, we have even got the Queen and the Olympic flame here in the audience. Well done, girls. That's a parachute on top of the Queen. She has just jumped out for the opening ceremony. I love that this morning - Michael Diamond. We've been admiring a diamond at the Olympics overnight. He hasn't missed a target with all the Games' details. Beretts is in London Good morning. That is just incredible, Michael Diamnond's performance. He shot three perfect round to lead the pack. The 40-year-old has previously pack. The 40

won gold in Sydney and in Atlanta. The Opals have secured their spot quarter finals, in the women's basketball defeating Canada 72-63. are through to the semis, Our women's water polo team in a tense penalty shoot out. after beating China 4-2 has cost Glenn O'Shea a medal A poor scratch race result in the track cycling omnium. in the women's 3m springboard. Sharleen Stratton has finished fifth Nathan Outteridge and Lain Jensen And sailing world champs are 20 points out in front races 12 and 13. in the men's 49er after winning has packed his bags Australian rower Josh Booth and is heading home from London. has been sent home early The 21-year-old in a drunken rampage after smashing up two shop windows at the end of his Olympic campaign. He was arrested over the incident for the damage he caused. and ordered to pay reason to celebrate overnight The United Kingdom has had more against Roger Federer after Andy Murray claimed gold in the men's singles. Good morning, Eddy. by Edwina Bartholomew. For more on this I'm joined

Team GB's success? And Andy Murray has continued Yeah, Beretts, I just had one of the garboes remind me once again that team GHB have more medals than we do. We are getting a lot of that here. This particular, particularly well deserved and very emotional too. About a month ago, we saw Andy Murray defeated by Roger Federer. Today the tables turned. He defeated Federer in straight sets to add another gold, another silver, just howevers after that in the mix the doubles, that takes team GB's tally of goals to 16 after what they call super Saturday where they won six golds. It has been laicked the best day of sport in more than a century. There couldn't be a more prouder man than Lord Sebastian Coe. Here is what he had to say today. It's a day none of us will never forget. Yes, it probably was for me, the greatest day of sport that I have ever witnessed. Call me an unAustralian, takeaway my passport I think it's quite nice to see the host nation here win a few medals and finally get into these games. Yes that is wonderful. medal tally this morning - And taking a look at the official 16 silver and 14 bronze. with 29 gold medals, to 21st on the ladder, Australia has fallen with 1 gold, 12 silver and 7 bronze. , At the moment, we are scus trailing Ethiopia in the medal At least three people are dead a Sikh temple in the United States. following a shooting at in a firefight with officers One gunman has been killed at the building in Milwaukee. and is being treated in hospital. An officer has been wounded are injured. It's not known how many others by a truck south of Sydney. A woman has died after being hit on the Hume Highway She had been driving north Southern Highlands in the New South Wales and got out of her car. when she pulled over by a passing truck, Moments later she was hit and pronounced dead at the scene. on the state's roads in 24 hours. It's the third death The Daniel Morcombe murder case Brisbane Magistrate's Court today. will go before the the judge will set a new date It's expected for the committal hearing. for discussions about witnesses for accused Brett Peter Cowan The defence team is fighting for the right more than 80 witnesses. to cross-examine 13-year-old Daniel vanished on the Sunshine Coast in 2003. while waiting for a bus His remains were found last year. to attend today's mention. Bruce Morcombe is expected A Qantas pilot has been forced of a passenger jet to relinquish the controls just moments before take-off she'd been drinking. because crew suspected from the domestic terminal The plane was taxiing away at Sydney Airport last Monday when the alarm was raised. a positive reading for alcohol The senior pilot returned and an investigation is underway. on full pay. She's been withheld from duties for its captains. Qantas has a zero alcohol policy offering free beer to workers. Ahead this Sunrise - the town , It's got to this, Kochie.

Just don't fly a plane. , Have a look at the March debts, it was a boomer. The Dow Jones up 217 points. All of a sudden, American companies starting heiring people. Great jobs figures came out and that's been the one thing lagging in the US recovery as weak as it has been. There has been no jobs growth. Hopefully this is a turn around. To our region on Friday, the All Ords finished 47 points lower. We should have a Interest rates and jobs hog the spotlight this week. Savanth is with us, it's that week of the month when releases its statement on monetary is happening in the economy. It flesh out in detail what it believes Friday, the Reserve Bank gets to rebound of about 12,000 jobs. On rebound of about 12 prior month. We are Expecting a saw that Bee lost 27,000 jobs in the numbers comes out on Thursday. We you mentioned, the employment will keep interest rates on hold. As tomorrow. It's very likely that they Yeah, that's right. They are meeting the Reserve Bank board meets. policy, a lot of data and detail. I think we may see they may update their economic forecast. The long-term forecastle remain the same. There is certainly the possibility of further rate cuts. Keep an eye on it for Beretts has all your sport from Axed Port Adelaide coach Matthew Primus appears unlikely to see out the rest of the season. Primus was summoned to a crisis meeting following Saturday's demoralising loss to Greater Western Sydney and was told he won't be coaching the Power next year. He's expected to leave immediately with assistant Shaun Rehn set to take the reins until season's end. Meanwhile, the Crows have reclaimed second spot on the AFL ladder after defeating a determined Essendon 104-100 at AAMI Stadium. The Broncos are dealing with a mounting injury toll following their loss to the Raiders in Canberra. Corey Parker injured his shoulder and Alex Glenn strained his hamstring in the 28-12 loss. On the Gold Coast, the Rabbitohs moved into second on the ladder by downing the Titans 22-18 and the Sharks bounced back to form in Auckland, thumping in the Warriors 45-4. , Guys, I know you had a great over the weekend but congratulations Mel to you and your Giants on your wine over Port Adelaide. It was a great win. It was very exciting. Commiserates Kochie. Thank you. Nobody could be more supportive than my partner. I was going to say it was a embarrassing loss. That would be disrespectful to GWS. They played fantastic and a great tribute to the legend, Kevin Sheedy for his 1000. Well done, sheds. That fired them up. Thank you, Beretts. Bring the mums every Now to today's weather with James.

, , welcome to Jaimaca, man. Hello everybody, in fact, I would like to introduce you to our Sunrise weather audience. Check this out, the only way you could be more awe then Jaimacian, if you were standing in Kingston in the main stadium where I know they have got a huge live set up. This morning we are going to see the biggest superstar in global sport enter the arena. This is of the duals of the Olympics. Usain Bolt is running today but there is sport enter the arena. This is one

another Jaimacian who wants to take that mantle. Yohan Blake and Asafa pole. This is where it will go off. It's about 50 minutes away as we look at the national forecast. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Mostly sunny for Cairns. Sunny in Rockhampton and Bundaberg. Brisbane, fine. Mostly sunny in Sydney and Wollongong. Canberra, some cloud cover. Showers clearing for Albury. Showers and wind easing in Warrnambool. Melbourne, a shower or two clearing. Partly cloudy for Launceston. Hobart, windy showers clearing. Adelaide, possible showers. The chance of an early shower at Port Lincoln. Sunny at Ceduna. Darwin, sunny. And in Western Australia - showers and possible squally storms at Albany. Perth, showers increasing. Partly cloudy for Kalgoorlie. Warm and sunny for Broome. I have never had a I have never had a cheer like that for my weather read ever. Thank very much, London. It will be huge. I will check in in half an hour. for my weather read ever. Thank you

Ahead this Sunrise, the Aussie mum who's off to the world championships for karaoke. But next, life after the pool for the greatest Olympic swimmer. How Australia features in the next chapter for Michael Phelps. Struggling with multiple cold and flu symptoms? You could take all of these. Or take a more complete cold and flu medicine. Lemsip Multi-Relief Capsules. They relieve 6 symptoms of cold and flu with a unique combination of active ingredients for effective relief. So instead of using lots of other medicines, try Lemsip Multi-Relief to help you feel better and live well. # Live well. # Find out how Red Spot is positively different to the big rental-car companies. Go with the underdog and save. Let's get an update on the Olympics. Mark Beretta is in London. Along with Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew. Australian Olympic team boss Nick Green has been forced to defend his decision at the end of the Olympic swimming competition as part of their punishment for posting a photo with guns on social media. They left the Village yesterday. They have been released into the care of their family and they have left London. It was always our intention to minimise the distraction for the team and we've done that and we've worked with the two athletes. We've allowed them to travel outside of London under certain conditions. Beretts, have D'Arcy and Monk gotten off lightly? , Or are we just now in thinking that was huge overreaction in the first place? Probably a yes and a yes, Kochie. They have certainly got off lightly. The original deal they were coming home. As any heats, they get straight on the charter flight and fly back home. These guise were supposed to be on a flight and flying straight back to Australia. There has been yachb easy by the AOC. We have looked back at all else that has happened, maybe they that has happened, maybe that has happened, maybe theyer a little harshly dealt with. The conversation about medals has been intriguing. We saw sports minister, Kate Lundy. She said should be happy. A lot of nations minister, Kate Lundy. She said we have copied our training system. So is that true, do you think it will be hard to get our edge back. OK, we are currently 23rd on the nation. The nation ahead of us is Ethiopia. I don't know that they have copied too much of our training systems. We have got a lot of work to do. This is a wake up call. Our last big one was Montreal in 1976 but we are at a phase too, remember these come through in waves. We are coming out of a golden period, when you look at Thorpe and Hackett and Trickett and so many of these great names that we had for so many years and we are in a period where they are just are just not there. We need the next generation to come through. We so heavily on our swimmers to so heavily on our swimmers to bring generation to come through. We rely us gold medals. It has us gold medals. It hasn't been happening. We are an ounce of luck away from having a gold medal. That happens, that's sport. We will happens, that's sport. We will judge these games pretty harshly as a result but it may not be as batd as we think. Michael Phelps has begun life as a retired swimmer by fronting the media. Eddy, has he got any plans? Yeah, Kochie, imagine relentless training for two decades, Phelps has been swimming since he was 27. He promised himself he wouldn't be swimming at 30. He has 22 medals. 18 gold. He was given a special send off, a special medal to commemorate him as the greatest Olympian of all time. He says he wants to go travelling. He wants to come to Australia, to dive with Australia, to dive with sharks as well. Let's here from the big man I want to go and travel around the world and just have some fun. There will be no more staring at a black line for four hours line for four hours out of the day but I am looking forward to moving on to the next part of my life and you no, as my mom said last night, turning the page to the next chapter. Who knows where that me. This is my first day of retirement and chapter. Who knows where that leads

retirement and first day of my new life. Great. Wow. Coming to Australia, let's keep Coming to Australia, let's keep him here as a coach. It is amazing. We are currently fourth in the world on the silver medal tally so it's not all bad. We are fourth in silvers. We will get you to recruit him. There we are. So, gold is so overrated. It is. So last year! Ld It is. So last year! Still ahead this Sunrise - bullying exposed. The man behind the provocative and powerful documentary. And dogs allowed. The food regulator clears the way for pampered pooches to eat in cafes and restaurants. At iSelect, we don't need to jump on the Games bandwagon. Because when it comes to making the big decisions on insurance, energy, or home loans, we're already the champions. Call 13 19 20 today for a winning deal. Call now. Look who is in the house, Fast Ed,

cooking this morning. He's making Bircher muesli, bacon and egg rolls and muffins. , Welcome to Sunrise, ed.

That's a hearty breakfast. Look forward to it Making headlines this morning, The Victorian couple who found out they weren't legally married nearly three decades after they tied the knot. Maria and Harry Gruber said "I Do" in 1983. They have two grown-up kids and a mortgage but the passport office dropped a bombshell when it revealed their marriage wasn't legally recognised. It turns out, the priest forgot to lodge the paperwork all those years ago. Now, after a long battle with bureaucrats, the Grubers have finally managed to get a legal marriage certificate. That's good so they are obviously still in love. Obviously. If you weren't, you'd think, there's a pass. Get out of gaol free. Such a shame. I can't believe your mind went to that automatically. Also making news, the job ad that promises tradies free beer for a year if they work in the bush. An electrical boss in regional New South Wales thought up this ingenious way to lure sparkies away from the mines. Instead of better pay or extra holidays, he's offering up a free carton of beer each week. , Would you? Audience. Anyone. Yeah. Yeah. Gee, hit a nerve. How about your free, would you stay working for a free by? Here we go. Also making news, dogs in cafes. New laws will soon allow dogs to sit in outdoor eateries with their owners. While Australia's food regulator found dogs pose a negligible health risk, Queensland Health has raised other potential hazards such as dogs triggering allergic reactions, knocking over hot drinks or frightening children. But some pet owners say dogs should be allowed to sit under the table and it's children who should be on a leash. Have your say, should dogs be allowed in dining areas? , Maybe they have got a point there. As long as everyone doesn't rock up with their dogs and they all start fighting and I am out of there They won't be allowed to. There is no restriction on the number of dogs. I am not - I am a dog lover but I don't want somebody else's dog sitting next to me. Exactly. Can I send a cherio to all the kids at Port Douglas state school. I was up there doing a charity event. They help families of people with cancer. All the kids, thank you very All the kids, thank you All the kids, thank you for having me. G'day the most bizarre Olympic memorabilia on sale in London. Just wait till you see what we've picked up. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise live on the Seven Network. 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. It's terrific having a studio audience with us today. And Fast Ed ,

cooking breakfast. Great signs, $ cooking breakfast. Great signs, $500 Myer gift voucher for Later this Sunrise - action heroes unite. We catch up with the all-star cast of Sylvester Stallone's new blockbuster. News time first though - here's Beretts with the Olympic wrap. Good morning. Australia has drawn with Great Britain in their men's hockey preliminary. The Aussies lead 3-0 for most of the match but team GB fought back to tie 3-3. Michael Diamond has shot three perfect rounds in the men's trap qualifier to lead the pack going into the finals. The Opals have secured their spot in the women's basketball quarterfinals, beating Canada 72-63. women's water polo team remain undefeated after beating China 4-2 in a tense penalty shootout. They're now through to the semis. Sharleen Stratton has finished fifth in the women's 3m springboard. And sailing world champs Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen could secure a gold medal early after winning races 12 and 13. Britain's Andy Murray has thrashed Switzerland's Roger Federer to claim gold in the men's tennis singles. The win comes just four weeks after Federer beat the Brit on the same court to claim his 17th Grand Slam title. Murray took it out in straight sets, much to the delight of the home crowd. He's also taking home a silver medal after going down to Belarus in the mixed doubles final. Australian long-jumper Mitchell Watt has blasted some suggestions that our athletes have been under-performing at the London Games. The 24-year-old won a silver medal with a jump that fell 15cm short of British jumper Greg Rutherford's gold-medal winning leap. The first question I got was a disappointing result, you know. The team's happy, I'm happy, the head coach is happy, I've got thousands of messages back home that they're happy and the only people that aren't happy are you guys. Watt says it's rare for long jumpers to reach a personal best at the Olympics. And taking a look at the official medal tally this morning. China has moved ahead of the United States with 29 gold medals, 16 silver and 14 bronze. America has 27 gold, Great Britain has claimed 16. Australia has fallen to 23rd on the ladder, with 1 gold, 12 silver and 7 bronze. Now back to Nat for the rest of the day's news. A gunman has shot dead six people before being fired on and killed by police in the United States. Emergency crews rushed to the Sikh temple in Milwaukee where worshippers had been gathering for a service. Four people have been found dead inside the building, three outside the building, including the suspected gunman. We're just confused. I mean, as this just a random act, was this directed at us because of the way we look? The first officer on scene was wounded and is being treated in hospital. The man accused of murdering Sunshine Coast teenager Daniel Morcombe is due to face a Brisbane court today. Brett Peter Cowan has been in custody since his arrest last year. Seven News reporter Michael Scanlon is outside the Brisbane Magistrate's Court. Good morning, Michael. What's expected today? Hi, Nat, today will be a very brief appearance in the magistrate's court but still a very important one. The legal team for appearance in the Brisbane

Daniel more come accused killer, Brett Peter Cowan wants to call 86 witnesses. The prosecution wants to call 31. Whether the other 50 witnesses needs to be carrying ud in court. Today's mention will set a date down for when that will happen. Daniel's father, Bruce will be here this morning He says he is not overly concerned how long the case takes but is eager to find out when the commit Cal hearing will take the commit Cal hearing will the commit Cal hearing the commit Cal the commit takes but is eager to find out when the committal hearing. He is not forced to appear here did forced to appear here forced to appear here but will appear by video link this Two Thai men accused of fatally stabbing a Perth travel agent in Phuket will face court today. Michelle Smith was killed during an attempted robbery on the holiday island in June. A 26-year-old and a 37-year-old man were later arrested over the murder following a tip-off to police. The man who allegedly knifed Ms Smith could face the death penalty but a guilty plea is expected to result instead in a lengthy prison sentence. And, in just a matter of hours the 'Curiosity' rover will hopefully land on Mars in what's being called the boldest mission for NASA since the moon landing. The 1-tonne machine has been travelling through space for eight months. The aim of the $2.5 billion mission is to search for carbon compounds and any sign the planet is, or ever might have been, able to sustain life. , It's pretty big, Kochie.

We are going to have more on that later. It's amazing, how it is going to later. It's amazing, how it is going to lachbd and to lachbd and what it is going to In finance news: , To , Time for sport. Wests Tigers can move back into the NRL's top eight tonight with a win over the resurgent Eels at Campbelltown Stadium tonight. They'll be looking to leapfrog the eighth-placed Titans who went down to the Rabbitohs on the Gold Coast yesterday. In other results, the Raiders kept their finals hope alive And the Sharks hammered the Warriors 45-4 in Auckland. The AFL future of axed Port Adelaide coach Matthew Primus will become clearer today. Primus has been told he won't be coaching the Power next year following Saturday's disastrous loss to Greater Western Sydney. He's expected to knock back a chance to coach out the season. Meanwhile, Essendon's on the brink of slipping out of the top eight after going down to the Crows 104-100 at AAMI Stadium. Now to today's weather. James Tobin has found his way across London. Morning JT. Yeah, good morning. Welcome Jaimaca. Jaimaca of London, man. You know, I have unofficially decided Yeah, good morning. Welcome to

that it's my duty to that it's my duty to guys at home to bring you the biggest party happening in London. Last night Weekend Sunrise I was de touch happening in London. Last night on party, Holland Heineken House. This morning, it's all happening here at the unofficial Jaimacian HQ, if you know London, brick Lane is a great way to get a Currie. What about some pork and rice and beans man. look at the national pork and rice and beans man. Let's 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. Sale ends Sunday. A cold front and trough is generating strong winds, showers and the odd storm in southern New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Showers are falling as snow on the Tasmanian highlands and the New South Wales and Victorian Alps. Brisbane, fine. Mostly sunny tomorrow and onwards. Cooler on Friday. Sunny conditions until Wednesday. Partly cloudy on Thursday. Wind and showers on Friday. Canberra, partly cloudy. Frost and fog tomorrow morning, and a mostly sunny day. Showers on Wednesday evening, and until Friday. A shower or two clearing in Melbourne. Mostly sunny tomorrow. Isolated showers on Wednesday and onwards. Hobart, windy with showers easing. Some cloud cover tomorrow. Possible early showers on Wednesday, and forecast until Friday. Possible showers clearing in Adelaide. Fine and warmer tomorrow. Showers later in the week. Perth, showers increasing later. Showers to remain until Wednesday. Mostly sunny on Thursday and Friday. Darwin, sunny. Sunny and warm until Friday. , As you know, the Jaimacians dominate the sprint events. They have won of the last 7 gold medals on offer. the sprint events. They have won six To make it even more special, today in Australia, tomorrow here in London, is the 50th anniversary of the Jaimacian independence from Britain. So there Britain. So there are plenty of reasons to celebrate tonight and the place to do it, right here in Lane London. This will be a huge party tonight. I will bring you all place to do it, right here in Brick

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Mostly sunny, and 16. , Fine and 24 day. You can smell spring in the air, can't you? Fine and 24 day. You can almost Australia's Olympic rowing campaign has ended with three silver and two bronze medals. They include silver for the men's four of Drew Ginn, James Chapman, Josh Dunkley-Smith and Will Lockwood. in the women's double sculls. They're with Beretts in London. Yeah, Kochie, exciting time for our rower. It was a great re got A they are big units as you can see. Drew, grants, a tremendous record, four medals, four medals, four opens. It's not something you ever set out to do. It's not something you think about until you get to a point like this. To have done it with the in the boat this time around has this. To have done it with the guys been sensational. People have been asking me about the ville ver asking me about the ville ver medal, it's a great achievement. It was an 'Amazing Race' against team GB. I think everyone in Australia was sitting on the back of the boats so we may have slowed you down a bit there. Tell us from our point of view, how much did you put into that race? We were just tlogting to get to those Brits. We wanted to get out there fat. We have had a great season racing against them. It has been really great competing. They are such good compete are such good competitors like we want to be. We got out there and we just - we gave it our best shot. We wanted more. There is no doubt about that. I think everyone could see that with the - the post race emotions but in the end, it's just such a great competition to be a part of. That's what you want, to part of. That's what you want, to be challenged to be your best. It was magnificent. It was one of the great rivalries and one of the great contests of your games. Likewise, girls, Kim, Brooke, just outstanding race once outstanding race once again. People don't realise how much you put out there on the rowing course. It is incredibly draining. You put everything out there you have. That's why we were You put everything out there that satisfied in the way of the result we had. We put everything out there. We did the best we could do. We were very satisfied with that. Kim, a great re Gehrig a for you, backing up with the singles medal. I feel lucky that I had the opportunity to have a go at it and be part of be part of such a grey team. Drew four medals, four team, games number 5 Absolutely. Is this a commitment? It's so easy, I request say that now. 24 hours since, it's so easy to do. Would you consider it? How is the body holding up He feels amazing. This group hug is unbelievable, I tell you. Immediately after the race, we were chatting. I heard will say in one of the interviews we would like him to go on. How much you go to, I will do that around Christmas time with the family and London has put on a great show for us as well. It is amazing after four games you can come away and say that. It still is an incredible experience in there? I think that's what you see in all the athletes. We love what we do. We are part of a team sport. So, Kimmy has done a single skull has done a single has done a sing scull but she donl a double as well. It draws something out of you that's special. has done a sing scull but she has

That's why you consider going on. We can see it in the We can see it in the team. We love

our Australian rower. It was just fantastic watching you complete. Now have a celebration now it's all over. have a celebration now it's all over.? Chance? Maybe. Kochie and Mel, guaranteed there is always a good rowing celebration. You want to be there. Cheers from our audience. All right, Beretts, here is The Olympics aren't just about athletes winning medals, they're also about sponsors making money. Big names like McDonald's, Coke and Samsung pay big money to align their brands with the Games. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew has been looking at the London brand police in charge of protecting sponsors. Eddy, they've been a bit tough? , There is a lot of money at stake. They have. It's a catch 22. The IOC needs to sell the games in order to have these games at roughly a cost of $ of $10 billion but they have been particular -- $ particular -- $15 billion this year. You can only buy tickets with Visa. Even the hand driers in the Olympic Park have got gaffe why tape over

them because the them because the company didn't to be the official hand drier. Most unfortunate are the corner stores them because the company didn't pay

who have been busted for being of the Olympic spirit. Take a who have been busted for being part Sally Pearson's Adidas runners, Coke live concerts, Sportscraft uniforms, even the Comm Bank BBQ - all brands entitled to use the Olympic rings. Just don't go putting them where you haven't paid for them. There were protests early on about the Games selling out after a florist was banned for an Olympic display, a bagel shop banished for replicating the rings but you can't copyright a sense of humour. You normally do a lovely line of dinner jackets. , Now in the business of T shirts,

this is hilarious? This is the latest lines, not that people are going to get married. Steven Holt couldn't use the rings, so opted for the squares instead. His alternative design has become a worldwide sensation. You ordered a few for the window. Now, how many have you had it order because of demand? We ordered 100 and just another 10 ochlt How much is this? 12 pounds. Which is two-thirds of the Speaking of official merchandise, this is John Lewis, our equivalent of Myer. Do you have problems seeing it , One big eye. It's good. Lots to see here for sure. Plenty. You want a mascot, mug, inflatable doll or pen, this is where to come. Have you done some shopping? , Mucho shopping. This is the most expensive item. It's so precious we have to use gloves. Can you lift it out? A ?2,880, ?5 commemorative coin. Someone just bought them. Yeah, with cash. Are they Russian? In all, 10,000 different products the most in Olympic history. Worth sales of $1.5 billion. Even babies are branded If only they made it in adult size.

So cute. At 139 pounds for this little number, I will be getting some wear out of this week and returning out of this week and returning it next week. Is it warm? It's very warm. I It's very warm. I might wear it for the rest of the edge down here on a very windy Thames. Thank you, We all know how long you can be left waiting to see a doctor but a new clinic in Brisbane is promising you'll get in on time and if you're not seen within 15 minutes of your scheduled appointment time, the visit is free. Smart Clinics was started by Steven Dahl who came up with the idea after having to wait 45 minutes to see a GP with his two young sons.

Steven joins me now. Good morning. How are you able to make this guarantee to patients? Kochie, look, it starts with two things really. The first one is a commitment from all the team at Smart Clinics to run on time. Secondly we have designed our technology platform. That allow us to allocate the right amount of time based on the conditions that patients are coming in for. This can be done over the phone or the Internet. So what do you mean by that? So what do you mean by that? Just explain? Yeah, patients come in and would go on-line and they would select the reasons why they are coming in and we all know that patients need different amounts of time. Our system will allocate that amount of time, whether it's a 7 time, whether it's a time, whether it's a 7 minute aappointment or if mum is coming in with three kids, we will allocate more time for that. My problem with this if you are really crook and the 7. really crook and the 7.5 minutes are up, you are shoved out the time and you may not have the correct treatment. You are saying, you a schedule around people's treatment. You are saying, you build complaints and what they are being treated for. That's smart. Exactly, a loot of GPs will book in That's smart. 7 minute appointments. We say that each patient is unique. Let's allocate the right allocate the right amount of time for each patient's condition. We run on time, more often than not. understand, we operate in the health care industry, we understand that on time, more often than not. We

emergencies do happen and time to time, we accept that patients may be kept waiting a emergencies do happen and so from

little longer than desired, in those cases we cases we are more than happy. You say more than ten minutes, how many free bies have you had to give out A small number of free bies. Our team is certainly kept on their toes to try and run on time. We know that if we don't run on time, more often than that. Does it cost more? What is that, to go to the clinic Does it cost more? Yeah. Our out of pocket rates, for adults sds 25 and for kids, it's $ sds 25 and for kids, it's $10. On the weekend, we are open 7 days a week. So it's $ week. So it's $15 for kids and week. So it's $15 for kids and adds 35 for adults. OK, mate, thinking outside the square. How terribly logical. Too right. Thank you Stephen for that. One clinic in that. One clinic in Brisbane at that. One clinic in Brisbane at the movement. Hoping to go News is coming up, including all the Olympics action live from London. NASA prepares to land on the red planet in one of its riskiest operations yet. And, the surprising favourite to host the next Oscars.

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Thank you. All right, It's a relay. Passing the baton. Thank you, let's go to Time for entertainment news. Showbiz editor Nelson Aspen joins us from New York. And who's in talks to host next year's Oscars? Well, I wish I could tell you it was going to be Hugh Jackman again but I can't say that yet. But, talks now according to the 'Los Angeles Times' have been have been going on between Lauryn Michaels to produce, he is the Mastermind behind Saturday night live and Jimmy Fallon. Now, sources are saying that this could really prove to be an unlikely happening because Jimmy Fallon late night talk show is on a competing network from the Oscar telecast network. It would be more likely that their late night hopt are hopt, Jimmy Kimmel would do it. He is very popular. He gets the young demographic. We should jut cut to the chase, Hugh, please come back and host thes Oscars again. By far the best, all round entertainer. Moving on, and are Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan planning to star in a new movie together? , How long will that take? They will have to sober up. It's the perfect perfect project, It's the perfect perfect project,'Scary Movie' 5. Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen. E entertainment is that Lindsay hasn't project,'Scary Movie' 5. Starring

inched the deal but she has confirmed that she wants to do it. And Charlie Sheen will be back for the sequel. Imagine the insurance. What What a nightmare. Thank you so much Nelson. Still ahead this Sunrise... After cruising to victory in the semi, Usain Bolt wins the 100 metres at the London Games. This time inside a Sikh temple during Sunday services. The legal wrangle over witnesses as Daniel's family face a fresh fight for their murdered son. A Qantas pilot removed from the controls on suspicions she'd been drinking before the flight. Hollywood's biggest names unite in the one movie. 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. , We are celebrating and we have got a wonderful studio audience. Thank you so much for coming in. Beretts is in London with all the details Usain Bolt has made history here in London, winning his second straight 100m final. The Jamaican sprint king ran a new Olympic record of 9.63 seconds. Here's a look at how it all unfolded.

all way. Gatlin, the big man stretching out. Break, but he has bolt's start not bad. Break got away

done it again. And this is how the race finished up - Fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake took silver, with America's Justin Gatlin winning bronze. Our women's water polo team, The Stingers, has advanced to the semifinals of the Olympic tournament in thrilling style. They downed China in a tense penalty shootout and will now do battle with the United States for a berth in the gold medal match. The Stingers turned on the trick shots on their way to victory over China in a drama-charged penalty shootout. COMMENTATOR: They're alive! Australia goes through to the semifinals. Aussie teenager Steve Solomon ran a personal best to reach the 400m final. He was controversially selected ahead of John Steffensen for the individual, his effort more than justifying Athletics Australia's decision. Please keep supporting me. I'll try and do my best and do Australia proud. Michael Diamond's a live chance to win his third gold medal in the men's trap shooting. He's at the top of the leaderboard heading into the business end. Tom Slingsby's one of several Aussie sailors who'll go for gold tonight. He has a healthy lead in the laser class standings. Andy Murray has finally triumphed on the hallowed turf of Wimbledon. He downed Roger Federer in straight sets to win gold for Great Britain. And the most decorated Olympian in history, 18-time gold medallist Michael Phelps, admits he's finding it hard to get his head around retirement. That's really confusing

now. I have so many mixed emotions and I am just - I just don't really I am just all over the place right

know how to react right now. To other results and The Opals will play against China in the quarterfinals after taking down Canada. The Aussies had a few scares but managed to stay ahead and beat the Canadians 72-63. Our boys dominated for most of the match but the Poms clawed their way back for a 3-3 draw. London Games boss Lord Sebastian Coe is defending Australia's Olympic performance. He was quizzed about the plight of the Aussies after a bumper day of gold medal action for Team GB. It's not a conveyor belt of success

back in a very, very big way quite quickly. Believe me, the Australians will be

Coe also commended the financial success of the Sydney Games. Disgraced Australian rower Josh Booth is flying home as punishment for his drunken rampage through an English village. For more on this I'm joined by Edwina Bartholomew. Good morning, Eddy. Not a great end Josh's Olympic campaign?

quiet leaving London bound for Not at all, Beretts, he was very Melbourne from Heathrow this afternoon. Had nothing to say to reporters there. Josh reporters there. Josh Booth was arrest odd Friday night after a drunken night out in a village near where the rowing is being held. This

after the mens rowing 8 finally smashed in two windows. He was arrested, taken to the police station. He fainted. The next day he did appoll did apologise to the shop owner. He paid the $ paid the $1200 in damages and police did drop the case. But the AOC says that they removed him from London so he would he wouldn't be a distraction to the rest of rest of the team. He did cut a lonely figure at the airport. rest of the team. He did cut a lonely figure at the airport. rest of the team. He did cut a lonely figure at the airport. And taking a look at the official medal tally this morning - China has moved ahead of the United States, with 29 gold medals, 16 silver and 14 bronze. America has 27 gold, Great Britain has claimed 16. Australia has fallen to 23rd on the ladder with 1 gold, 12 silver and 7 bronze. Now back to Nat for the rest of the day's news. Seven people, including a gunman, have been killed following an attack on a Sikh temple in the US state of Wisconsin. It's believed the gunman opened fire on worshippers during Sunday prayer before getting involved in a shootout with a police officer outside. We never ever think these things are going to happen to our temple because people go over there for pray and to pray for everybody but unfortunately this happened it's really sad. The police officer involved was shot several times and is being treated in hospital. A Qantas pilot has been forced to relinquish the controls of a passenger jet just moments before take-off because crew suspected she'd been drinking. The plane was taxiing away from the domestic terminal at Sydney Airport last Monday when the alarm was raised. The senior pilot returned a positive reading for alcohol and an investigation is underway. She's been withheld from duties on full pay. Qantas has a zero alcohol policy for its captains. The Daniel Morcombe murder case is returning to court in Brisbane today. The judge is expected to set a new date for argument over which witnesses can be called at the committal hearing. 42-year-old Brett Peter Cowan is accused of Daniel's abduction and murder. His defence team wants to call 80 witnesses. The 13-year-old disappeared from a bus stop on the Sunshine Coast in 2003. Daniel's remains were found last year. And she's not you average candidate but comedian Roseanne Barr is running for US president. The 59-year-old has just won the nomination of the Peace and Freedom Party. I am the only serious comedian in this campaign. (LAUGHTER) The party doesn't have ballot access in many states, but it hopes her nomination will help boost party registration. Coming up - NASA's ambitious mission to Mars. And Australia's role in the Red Planet expedition. But first here's Kochie. In finance news: , Wall Street very big weekend,

because of good jobs figures. Would you believe, under American tax law, if you if you win an Olympic medal, you've got to declare it and pay tax on it. A gold medal is worth $ A gold medal is worth $657, a silver, $ silver, $385. There you go. Now, we see the medal tables at the moment. I have done my own numbers and with Bill Mitchell who is an economics Professor at economics Professor at Newcastle university. This is a real medal table. This is per Capita, per head of population we have calculated it at. Number one is New Zealand. We come in fourth in terms of per head of population. Which is only fair. We don't have a big pool of athletes to draw from. And I think and look, the team would be number one. And we are part of that. How good is that? Time for sport now and the rest of the day's sport, let's go back to London with Mark Beretta. I love the way you are thinking and so do the Aussie these hooer here tonight. Axed Port Adelaide coach Matthew Primus appears unlikely to see out the rest of the season. Primus was summoned to a crisis meeting following Saturday's demoralising loss to Greater Western Sydney and was told he won't be coaching the Power next year. He's expected to leave immediately with assistant Shaun Rehn set to take the reins until season's end. Meanwhile, the Crows have reclaimed second spot on the AFL ladder after defeating a determined Essendon 104-100 at AAMI Stadium.

The Broncos are dealing with a mounting injury toll following their loss to the Raiders in Canberra. Corey Parker injured his shoulder and Alex Glenn strained his hamstring in the 28-12 loss. On the Gold Coast, the Rabbitohs moved into second on the ladder by downing the Titans 22-18 and the Sharks bounced back to form in Auckland, thumping in the Warriors 45-4. , Just an 'Amazing Race' to watch. Usain Bolt is something else, his and particulars afterwards, you will see plenty of them after the day. Has confidence, doesn't he? He has ability to back it up. Exactly. Very funny talk to you shortly. , Hi again, James.

Hello James. James, are you having a party. No, he can't hear us. We will have a look at the weather for you and we will come back to him in just a moment. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Sale ends Sunday. Mostly sunny for Cairns. Sunny in Rockhampton and Bundaberg. Brisbane, fine. Partly cloudy for Broken Hill. Mostly sunny in Sydney and Wollongong. Canberra, some cloud cover. Showers clearing for Albury. Showers and wind easing in Warrnambool. Melbourne, a shower or two clearing. Partly cloudy for Launceston. Hobart, windy showers clearing. Adelaide, possible showers. The chance of an early shower at Port Lincoln. Sunny at Ceduna. And in Western Australia - showers and possible squally storms at Albany. Perth, showers increasing. Partly cloudy for Kalgoorlie. Warm and sunny for Broome. , All Let's see how James is going. He is striking the pose. All right.

James, have you got us Yeah. I am sorry I think it was the celebrations here in London, the Jaimacians are going off. Come on into the crowd. Ladies, how does it feel to be Jaimacian right now? It was really good. 100% It was really good. 100%. Big job Jaimaca, Usain When Usain Bolt finished first, have a look at what happened here in Jaimaca, Usain Bolt.

Break Lane in London. I think it was the cannon fire that meant our signal got lost just before the weather read but I tell you what, they are not going to they are not going to partying here. She is kissing the screen. Leave our camera alone. I am sorry I am so glad, I am so glad, I am so glad. This will be the biggest party in London tonight. Don't forget, Jaimaca got one and two. A double celebration A double celebrations In the mens 100. One, two. Back to the Olympics, and Usain Bolt has won the 100m final, setting a new Olympic record. 7 of the 8 finalists broke 10 seconds while Asafa Powell pulled up injured. Olympian Tamsyn Lewis is in London and Olympians Shane Kelly and Jana Pittman are with us in the studio. Good morning to you all. but from the entire field? It was so exciting. I mean, to have Seven under ten seconds and the only reason we didn't have 8, is important after satisfy pole hurt himself. I don't think everyone will go against him ever again. That was man 'Amazing Race'. He gets up and just winds them in, just extraordinarily. 19-year-old Australian Steven Solomon has made it through to the 400m final. I am rapt for words. I have to go back and recover now and really out and do my best tomorrow. back and recover now and really come keep supporting me. I will try and do my best tomorrow and do Australia out and do my best tomorrow. Please

Jana, Solomon's selection was controversial but it seems to have paid off. , I am so proud of him. I got up this morning, it's one of Ohio lights of the Olympics. A few months ago, a couple of years, three years ago he wasn't running 300 metres. He is such a great kid, and to make an Olympic final is an amazing experience. Long jump silver medallist Mitchell Watt has lashed out at critics of Australia's performance at the Olympics. I think people need to start understanding that it's not easy to win an Olympic Gold medal and there's nothing wrong with silver medal and I was copping questions in the mix zone last night the first question was, "A disappointing result?" The team's happy, I'm happy, the head coach is happy. I've got thousands of messages back home that they're happy, and the only people that aren't happy are you guys so you need to wake up. , I agree. Shane, what do you think? Because he said it so well. Far out. Silver medal is awesome. I would have to agree with that. I've experienced that first hand, to win a silver, bronze, even to be there is a great achievement. You have high expectations on yourself but have high expectations on yourself but have high expectations on yourself but obviously the Mead but obviously the media and general public has huge expectations. to be happy. How does that starts? We are public has huge expectations. He has

gold medal favourite, gold medal hope, does everybody build them up, How does that starts? We are told

from coaches to teams and woe just feed off it Some of the individuals like the swimmers, they came up with weapons of mass destruction and all that sort of stuff. It's our nature in Australia, we are high achievers, because we have had such a great number of last years, I think we think we have naturally put it on a pedestal to win a gold medal and the only thing that we see as a genuine success. , What is the feeling out of the at the Australian team? We have started really well, haven't? What is the feeling out of the track

We have started brilliantly. Agree with Mitch completely. Like a silver medal is fantastic. We had Henry, we have got Steve who made the final. The these need to go fantastic, everyone in the world is trying to win an Olympic medal, if you get one, that's fantastic. Look, adepree completely. Everyone is doing such an amazing job. Tamsyn, thank you so much. We will talk to you, Jana, Shane, we check in with you later on check in with you later this morning. talk to you, Jana, Shane, we will

Australia remains on top of its pool in the men's hockey. That's despite being held to a 3-3 draw overnight by Great Britain. Let's go back to London, where Beretts has been joined by the Kookaburras' Jamie Dwyer. , I think wed order is January understatement, he is the best player in the world. It's great to have a few minutes with him as this

tournament is still rolling on. Great to have you with us. Tonight, up against grip, you are are were out 3-0, probably not the ideal result? No, not the ideal result, especially when we were 3-0 up. We made well for the majority of the game. 10 or 15 minutes there, we lost a bit of control and the atmosphere tonight, once Great Britain scored was crazy. They fed off that. They got another one, another one. Unfortunately we walk away with only one point rather than three points. That puts us in a situation that we have to draw or Pete Pakistan on Tuesday. It's game on now or draw or better from Pakistan will keep you alive in the tournament. The feeling amongst the group, ready to go? Nch obviously we are disappointed with the result tonight the we had a really good situation to put ourselves in the semi-finals but we will regroup. We will have a look at the video and learn from it and have a crack against Pakistan. It's definitely achievement. We have had some good results against them latelyment so we have to win. You need to know that we know how good you guys are. The whole nation is hipd you. We will be cheering for the Kookaburras, all the very best. Let's get it done against Pakistan. Best player in the world and looking after our team. They play so hard. They almost monster the opposition. You tell them we are cheering back here, Here's Nat. The man accused of killing schoolboy Daniel Morcombe is back in court today as lawyers argue over witnesses. 13-year-old Daniel disappeared from a bus stop in 2003. Last August, Perth man Brett Peter Cowan was charged with his abduction and murder. Daniel's remains were found days later at the Glass House Mountains, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. Seven News reporter Michael Scanlan is at the Brisbane Magistrate's Court. Michael, Cowan was charged almost a year ago. Why is this case taking so long to get to trial? Hi, Nat, the main delay has been finalising the brief of evidence. Now, Daniel more come's disappearance was one of the biggest missing persons investigation the country has seen. It took 9 years to charge Brett Cohen. During that nine year period, police have compiled a huge amount of evidence. Bringing that evidence before the court isn't a easy task. The approximate is calling on 31 witnesses. But if the defence has its way, it could be as high as 80. But the delays haven't deterred the more comes. Daniel father says there is a process the court has to follow and he is looking forward to finding out when the matter will go to trial. Michael, the more Michael, the more Coombes still Michael, the more Coombes Michael, the more Michael, the Michael, the matter will go to trial. Michael more comes still waiting to hold Daniel's funeral. When When the remains were located. They

had to be sent away for a number of forensic tests. The results now become part of evidence that will be tendered to court but Daniel's remains won't be released to his parents, until Brett Cowan's legal remains won't be released to his team has made a final decision on whether they want to do further testing. That means the family hasn't held a funeral. They always said they want the investigation conducted properly to avoid any further delays. OK, thank you very much for the update. Here's Mel. Me!. A Qantas pilot has been kicked off a flight just minutes before take-off. Fairfax reports cabin staff suspected the female captain had been drinking. Sunrise correspondent Sally Bowrey is at Sydney Airport. Sally, what's happened? Kochie, the Qantas captain was actually ordered to hand over control of the Boeing 767 which was on route to Brisbane. It happened last Monday. The captain was actually taxing down the runway it was forced to turn around, go back to the terminal and be swapped actually taxing down the runway when

over with another captain. Qantas has confirmed that the matter is under investigation. The captain returned a positive blood returned a positive blood alcohol reading. They won't say what that reading was or how long the captain ha h been drinking before they started work. But it's a very serious matter and one that is now under investigation. Now, how will Qantas deal with the incident? Well, at this stage, they have released a statement saying that it is being investigated. Cast a are also involved but Qantas has a tolerance of zero tolerance to alcohol with its flight staff so it is a very serious breach and the person has been removed from person has been removed from service at this stage, until that investigation is complete, they won't be able to return to the job. All right, Sally, thank you. Chaplains will soon be used in the fight against problem gambling. In a 12-month trial, Clubs New South Wales has joined forces with the Salvation Army. The Salvo Chaplains will be stationed in the gaming rooms of one of the state's biggest clubs. They'll offer counselling and home visits. Australians lose more than $18 billion a year on gambling, most of it on poker machines. So will the chaplains have any impact on reducing problem gambling? Anti-gambling campaigner Reverend Tim Costello joins me now. Tim, on the surface this seems like a good idea. , Absolutely. When you have people who have problems, you want them dealt with but the bigger picture here is that the pokies lobby have been fighting against any reform of dangerous machines say it's just individuals who can't control themselves. No, we have the fastest machines in the world. That's why the productivity commission said reduce them to $1 bets. Not $ reduce them to $1 bets. Not $10,000 which you can load up in one go New South Wales. So our chaplins and which you can load up in one go in counselling services, we are awash with them, are a bit like at the bottom of a cliff. We need to build a fence at the top of the with them, are a bit like ambulances

cliff which is what gambling reform is about. How it will work? If you are completely entranced and doling your thing, does a chaplin come over and say " say "are you OK? say "are you OK?" I think it would be difficult to try and communicate at that point? Look, we know when people are play, they are in a zone waiting for that electronic fruit to come up. They will get angry. They will be upset. The truth is that these machines New South Wales has the highest concentration of these machines The truth is that these machines and

anywhere in the world, in Britain, they are poun are pound with 1 pound coins. They are like actually saying to a learner driver, " to a learner driver, "your responsible for a crash when we gave you a car that goes at 300kmh and let you drive at that. let you drive at that." let you drive at that.". We need real reform, not just chaplins or a bit more counselling. So it's limiting learners to a slower speed. Reduce the amount slower speed. Reduce the amount you can gamble. Tim it always makes Here's Kochie. In just a few hours, NASA will attempt an ambitious landing on the planet Mars. This animation shows the car-sized spacecraft touching down on the Red Planet after an 8-month journey. 'Curiosity' will search for signs of early life on Mars. And while it's not the first rover on the planet, it is the most high-tech. And high-tech means very tricky, so will 'Curiosity' make it? Jennifer Heldmann is a research scientist for NASA and she joins me now. , NASA says the degree of difficult associate with this landing is above 10. Why so tricky? This is the most complicated, largest laboratory we have ever to another planet. It's very difficult to largest laboratory we have ever sent

difficult to land on the surface. The spacecraft will be coming in at over 13,000 miles an hour at the of the atmosphere of Mars. It has 7 over 13,000 miles an hour at the top minutes to get from 13,000 miles an hour to zero. There is a complete autonomous system onboard. So this lander has to land all by itself. It's all on its own. There is a complex series of sequences. Everything has to work perfectly in order to have the landing work. We should know in about 8 hours or so if it happened or didn't. Normally, they are so small, you sort of almost chuck it at Mars and it has all these basically, airbags that it rolls into but this one is so heavy, it's got to go through that manoeuvre that we just saw. How - how advanced is this refer? What more can it do than a normal refer mission? This is the most advanced have ever sent. It's a Bo botic This is the most advanced refer we geologist and a geo chemist. What we are doing is going to Mars to look for habit built, the ingredientss for life. It's a very methodical step towards looking towards could Mars have supported life in the past or in the present time. We will be sending this refer to understand what were the conditions, what were the conditions, is this place where the rover should land. Was that a place where life could have taken hold. To answer those big questions, we need some complicated instruments to do that. It's fabulous, Jennifer, thank you for that. Good to talk to you. Thank you very much. Thank you very much.. The can a tracking station will track it. they will know sort of 8 hours tracking station will track it. And whether it lands and they will whether it lands and they will know by message being sent back at the speed of light, do you know how it will take to get here, 14 speed of light, do you know how long minutes. Goodness. At the speed of light. That's extraordinary. We complain about delay of 3 seconds on our satellites. They might find that other 4, They might find that other 4,55 thongs that they fun. It is very cool. It is very cool.. It is very cool. I love that sort of stuff. Still ahead - free beer for a year for taking a job. But there's a catch. And, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jean Claude Van Damme - and that's just for starters. It's action central for their new movie, soon on Sunrise. 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.

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which helps lower cholesterol reabsorption, which means Uncle Tobys Yep, just oats. So they're the natural way to lower cholesterol reabsorption. So join me in the Uncle Tobys Cholesterol Challenge. For plenty of online tools and tips, find Uncle Tobys on Facebook and make your pledge today. Morning, guys. Jamaican runner Usain Bolt has made history, winning his second straight 100m final. The sprint king set a new Olympic record of 9.63 seconds. Team-mate Yohan Blake took silver. Bolt celebrated with with his signature move. Michael Diamond has shot three perfect rounds in the men's trap qualifier to lead the pack going into the finals. The 40-year-old has previously won gold in the event in Sydney and Atlanta. The Opals have secured their spot in the women's basketball quarterfinals, defeating Canada 72-63. Our women's water polo team are through to the semis, after beating China 4-2 in a tense penalty shoot-out. A poor scratch race result has cost Glenn O'Shea a medal in the track cycling omnium. Sharleen Stratton has finished fifth in the women's 3m springboard. And sailing world champs Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen are 20 points out in front in the men's 49er after winning races 12 and 13. that our athletes have been under-performing at the London Games. The 24-year-old won a silver medal with a jump that fell 15cm short of British jumper Greg Rutherford's gold-medal winning leap. The first question I got was "Aw, a disappointing result". You know, the team's happy, I'm happy, the head coach is happy, I've got thousands of messages back home that they're happy and the only people that aren't happy are you guys. Watt says it's rare for long jumpers to reach a personal best at the Olympics. And taking a look at the official medal tally this morning. China has moved ahead of the United States, with 30 gold medals, 17 silver and 14 bronze. America has 28 gold, Great Britain has claimed 16. Australia has fallen to 24th on the ladder, with 1 gold, 12 silver and 7 bronze. Now back to Nat for the rest of the day's news. America is in mourning following another mass shooting which left seven people dead, including the gunman. Emergency crews rushed to the Sikh temple in Milwaukee where worshippers had been gathering for a service. The first officer on scene was wounded during a shoot-out. Our officer, a 20-year-veteran, was ambushed, shot multiples times He is currently at the hospital undergoing surgery. Police say they're treating the attack as a domestic terrorist-type incident. Drivers heading into the city from Sydney's west are experiencing major delays this morning following a truck fire on the M4. The semi-trailer caught fire on the motorway around 2km before the M7 Westlink. One of the three city-bound lanes are closed and traffic is banked up for around 7km. Emergency services are at the scene. The driver of the truck is not injured. Two Thai men, accused of fatally stabbing a Perth travel agent in Phuket, will face court today. Michelle Smith was killed during an attempted robbery on the holiday island in June. A 26-year-old and a 37-year-old man were later arrested over the murder following a tip-off to police. The man who allegedly knifed Ms Smith but a guilty plea is expected to result instead in a lengthy prison sentence. Back to Beretts for footy news. Wests Tigers can move back into the NRL's top eight tonight with a win over the resurgent Eels at Campbelltown Stadium tonight. They'll be looking to leapfrog the eighth-placed Titans who went down to the Rabbitohs on the Gold Coast yesterday. In other results, the Raiders kept their finals hope alive by downing the out-of-form Broncos 28-12 in Canberra. And the Sharks hammered the W