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(generated from captions) Our sailors claim their medal party here at home. as friends and family than expected. The NBN to cost billions more its new infant formula Plus, Nestle check it's making their kids sick. after parents claim controversial ads are back. Also, why Australia's most # I'm glad you came # I'm glad you came. # taking over the world. The next boy band They're live. 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, Qooohhh!! The crowd goes wild. The Wanted are back in Australia later this morning. and they'll be in Also this morning - the $100 pizza. the ingredients. Just wait until you hear overnight news from the Olympics. But we'll begin with the Beretts is in London. Good morning, Kochie, good morning, Mel. It's now official - and Iain Jensen sailors Nathan Outteridge are our latest gold medal champs of the men's 49er class The pair went into the final race in the overall standings. with an unbeatable lead to win the competition. They only had to finish we'd already won, It was a bit strange, um, you know, and we were just enjoying the moment really good fun. and it was actually claimed their own guaranteed silver Team New Zealand for bronze. while Denmark had to duke it out the finals of the men's pole vault Steve Hooker has made it through to with a single jump. to admit the top 14 qualifiers, Officials agreed and his fellow jumpers allowing the defending champ for the main event. to conserve their energy 9-11 The Sharks have gone down to Serbia quarterfinals. in the men's water polo at half-time The Aussies were leading with six unanswered goals. but Serbia turned it around is leading the women's BMX Caroline Buchanan after the seeding run. In the men's competition, has qualified sixth. world champ Sam Willoughby Sally Pearson and Anna Meares, Australia's newest golden girls, from their Olympic high. are only just coming down to being sleepless with excitement Both girls admitted performances on Tuesday night following their gold medal to have shared the moment together. and they're happy That, to me, is cool. with Sally Pearson - I get to share the front page I'm gonna get her to sign that. on the same day at the Beijing Games The pair both won silver four years ago. at the official medal tally So taking a look and China maintains its lead puts us in 11th place. Our fifth gold medal New Zealand is in 17th position. for the rest of the day's news. Now here's Nat travel agent Michelle Smith to death The two men who stabbed Perth in Phuket in a Thai prison. will spend the rest of their lives 100-year sentences Both men were given yesterday afternoon in a Phuket court isn't satisfied. but Michelle's family They acted in a cowardly manner them get the death penalty too, so I would have like to see they could die like cowards. agreed to capital punishment The judge says he would have to the murder. if the men had not pleaded guilty a second teenage prison escapee Perth police have arrested since last week. who has been on the run a house south of Perth last night. The 17-year-old was arrested at a detention centre last Thursday He and another teenager escaped from a construction worker after allegedly bashing and stealing his car. on Sunday night His accomplice was arrested after he fell through a ceiling an out-of-control party. while police were attending on a new baby formula recipe Nestle is conducting tests from parents after getting complaints extremely sick. that it's making their children Dozens of parents have reported in their children seeing side effects rashes, dehydration and vomiting, such as constant crying, formula switched to a new recipe. since the Nestle NAN H.A 1 Gold The company says laboratory testing it's now undertaking independent on the new formula. missing in rough seas Hopes are fading for three people off New Zealand's North Island. of 11 students and 2 instructors They were among a group on a rock climb yesterday afternoon. who got into trouble while were swept into the sea, Two 17-year-old students to try and save them. an instructor in his 40s jumped in in the water. We had a look for survivors to find anyone alive. Unfortunately, we haven't been able people off the rock. So we then winched the 10 remaining The trio hasn't been seen since. driving a bargain. Ahead this morning - the best time to buy a new car. The cheap deals making this But first, here's Kochie. It is an update on hot you were telling us about yesterday, Kochie? Yes, more on that later and the implications for the entire car industry. industry. The markets overnight, implications for the entire car Dow Jones has just closed up 17 industry. The markets overnight, the points. To our region yesterday, we were at the highest levels since May on our markets. housing loans rose by 1.3% in June. The number of new owner-occupier Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. Savanth, you just getting a feeling in your waters that maybe housing market is start to improve? in your waters that maybe the Yes, very encouraging signsover the last couple of months. We have noted a modest improvement. The round of data added further weight to the encouraging signs it is starting to recover. Not only did home loans rise but we saw construction loans posting the biggest gain in three years. If you have seen a pick-up in construction activity it is a good sign for the pick-up for economic activity in the economy. And the size of home loans have risen for four consecutive months. It translates we have seen house prices bottom off and turn the corner. So encouraging signs. The Reserve Bank will look at this with a positive note, so a decent improvement. And no crashes like overseas, very good. Let's go back to London with the rest of the day's sport. Hey, here we go, Kochie. Poor discipline has resulted in Broncos full-back Josh Hoffman being dropped from this weekend's NRL encounter with the red-hot Bulldogs. Hoffman turned up late to training yesterday and was axed on the spot. Brisbane coach Anthony Griffin may replace Hoffman with out-of-form five-eighth Corey Norman. The Broncos look to snap an alarming 3-game losing streak. Former Demons captain Brad Green says his decision to retire at the end of the AFL season is about giving the club's emerging talent more opportunities. Green believes his team-mates have to buy into the game plan that's been implemented by coach Mark Neeld to be successful. Here's a classic catch from the world of Major League Baseball. Washington Nationals outfielder Roger Bernadina came up with the stunning grab before disappearing behind the wall. The catch won the match for the Nationals in the 12th inning. There you see him, there you don'ts. He is gone, he is back. He has the ball. That is a catch. Olympic effort, love it. Thank you, Beretts. Let's go to James and get today's weather. Good morning. Hey, hanging out in Camden in London this morning. This place is the centre of music and fashion and anything crazy in London. So I thought if you can't beat them... I think we might have lost his audio. Here we go! We missed the punch line. You lost me? Just have a look. Have you got it back? Yes, I think go to the weather, quickly. OK. Let's have a look at the national forecast, look at the national forecast, shall we? Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Sale ends Sunday. We've lost James again. He is having such a good time, obviously someone keeps kicking the cable so we will go back to him in half an hour. Ahead - the return of swine flu. What it means for your family's health. But next, the Olympics boss passes judgment on the London Games. With our everyday lowest prices, it means anyone can come in and have a go and make their homes better for themselves, or if they're renovating, add that bit of extra value before your house goes on the market. Ceramic wall tiles, $13.75. Ozito multi function tool, $79.

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The head coach, victor Cokalenko said they were ready and prepared from Beijing. Now we are getting amazing results. I promise you, the sailors aren't finished. We are on the verge of another silver or gold medal tomorrow. For Nathan and Iain, they are excited, their family and friends, think of their long-time supporters at the Wangi sailing club, they are so excited. We're so proud of these boys. They've just come so far in the fashion they have, and to win this thing with an unassailable lead, to go into that medal race it's just fantastic. it's an amazing thing for the boys, Amazing thing for the town, for the country. it's an amazing thing We're just so proud of them. live later this Sunrise. Iain and Nathan will join us Jacques Rogge International Olympic Committee boss London the best Games ever. has stopped short of declaring Obviously! Let's have a listen. very happy about the venues, The federations are really the venue management. So, all in all, I would say these are really a very good Games and I'm a very happy. Very good is fair enough, best ever is reserved for the Sydney 2000. Taken. Won't change. Beretts, you obviously made that point when you went on Britain's version of Sunrise? To rate the Games. This is what you said. without a doubt. It's the second best ever, No question about it. Games and hats off to Team GB. Look, it has been a magnificent have been outstanding. The athlete performances has been amazing. The spirit in the Olympic precinct have been great. The crowds in the stands The transport system is great. Everyone is friendly and smiling. It is very much like Sydney so far and it's the closest we've had to being like the Sydney Games. So diplomatic. Gee! I didn't think you guys would find that. Just safely get out of the studio. This you guys would find that. Just to is the 'Sun' paper. I like this headline, " headline, "United Blingdom." headline, "United Blingdom.". They are basking in it. The reality is when you do host a Games you do really well. That is what they have got to look forward to but for now they are enjoying it. It looks like you are not wearing your big overcoat? It is not winter anymore Hallelujah! It has been incredible. Every night here there has been a howling, icy breeze. For the first time, the sky is clear, the wind has dropped and it is sort half-decent weather. You get one day dropped and it is sort of of summer, enjoy! Thanks, Beretts, see you soon. Coming up this Sunrise - Network blows out by billions. the cost of the National Broadband for a pizza. And a gastronomical price Would you pay $100? unsightly tartar buildup, If your dog is suffering from try doggy dentures. You're kidding, right? Just give me DentaStix. up to 80% of tartar buildup Scientifically proven to reduce when fed daily. DentaStix, from Pedigree. have the lowest prices, Because Bunnings create a better home. everyone can afford to Multifold ladder, just $99. Bosch pruning saw, $169. Pack of 10 halogen globes, only $10. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse! # are just the beginning. Lowest prices Let's go back fooLondon, Weymouth is where we find Edwina. She is with the family of Nathan Outteridge, our sailing gold medalest? Hello there, you couldn't find two more proud people in Weymouth tonight, I don't think. The town of Wangi has taken over here. Jasmine and Tony, Nathan's parents, I spoke to you earlier today, you were crying before he got out on the water. Has it sunk in? Some soo It is surreal. It is amazing with everyone here it is an amazing feeling mism Have It is amazing with everyone here but you brought the whole town with you? Almost, the people who aren't here are really behind us at home. We have seen the celebrations. We have got pictures back at the Wangi Sailing Club where is where they first met, what husband it been like? It is great, it is what they are striving for. They trained hard and got the results they deserved. Fantastic. They were fastest going in and no-one could beat them? Wow? They were a few hiccups in the races but they recovered. Because they recovered it sent a message to the competitors. They were Always going to won and won well. Now, Nathan was suspicious, he didn't shave before the race, I noticed he shaved before the medal presentation. Did you have a word? No, it was about him. have been huge party here in a word? No, it was about him. a word? No, it was about him. There has a word? No, it was about him. There

Weymouth. There is likely to be another medal here tomorrow night for the Aussie. You sticking around? We sure are, no problem. No question, back to you guys. Congratulations. People like Tom Slingsby are on an America's Cup crew for New Zealand, 'Oracle', for training. Because we don't have anyone in there, he gos and helps the Kiwis. Weymouth is the place to be for the Olympics, isn't it? Yes, it is great. What we going to do? Moving on? Something about a food thief that should have gone for a more expensive haul, apparently. That is, actually following on from another story... We are going to tell you about the pizza The $ pizza. The pricy take away is topped tell you about the pizza The $100

with smoked salmon, lobster and cavier. And it cost a whopping $ cavier. And it cost a whopping $100. No-one would pay that some If you are going to eat lobster and cavier, would you eat it on a pizza? Those fly-in, fly-out miners make a bit of doe. Where else would you pay that? But in Perth? Exactly, go west, young man. All yuv this as a web site. of Olympic athlete you'd be. a website that tells you what kind You enter your height and weight of sports person you match with. and it tells you what kind It's the BBC one. No, I don't think so. That's a definite. I am going to put in mine, I'm 1. put in mine, I'm 1.93 metres. Hang on, do you want your weight going out to all the viewers? Yes, I'm a big boy, I'm not a gymnast, put it that way. And tick, tick, tick. It comes up? Oh! Georgeos Afhradkis, a Greek watero player. Did you do it? I am a Serbian volley baller. I am 176? What is your weight? Somewhere around there? 67 some No, I don't have scales at home, I do that deliberately. You come up as, your most like three athletes, Sarah Guyet, and Bibiana Martina. You can a French canoeist. Do we do Beretts? What height are you? What height are you?I a very old weight lifter. OK, you got it up there? Go with Usain Bolt, that is way better. Have we got a link to that on our site? It is on the BBC web site, a lot of fun. don't call North Korea 'naughty'. Well, whatever you do, Coming up - itself in the country's firing line. the Aussie tabloid that's found And we're within missile range. news, sport and weather together. But next, live on the Seven Network. You're watching Sunrise

and how to get kids to eat them. What they are here's Beretts in London. News time first, though, More good news from London. and Iain Jensen Sailors Nathan Outteridge in the men's 49er class. are celebrating their win for Australia It's gold medal number five at these Games. and our second gold in sailing in the final round The pair cruised to victory before the race began. having secured their medal It was a bit strange, um, you know, and we were just enjoying the moment we'd already won and it was actually really good fun. Nathan's sort of been striving for this most of his life but the last four years him and Iain have just done everything possible to get the result they did and they thoroughly deserve it and we're so proud of them. New Zealand claimed silver in the competition and Denmark took the bronze. In other results - Steve Hooker has made it through to the finals of the men's pole vault with a single jump. Officials agreed to admit the top 14 qualifiers, allowing the defending champ and his fellow jumpers to conserve their energy for the main event. The Sharks have gone down to Serbia 9-11 in the men's water polo quarterfinals. The Aussies were leading at half-time but Serbia turned it around with six unanswered goals. Caroline Buchanan is leading the women's BMX after the seeding run. In the men's competition - world champ Sam Willoughby has qualified sixth. So taking a look at the official medal tally and China maintains its lead with 35 gold medals, 22 silver and 19 bronze. The US is second with 31 gold, Great Britain third with 22. Our fifth gold medal puts us in 11th place. New Zealand is in 17th position. Looks like we'll drag another gold or silver out of the sailing tomorrow so fingers crossed for that. So now with the rest of the day's news, here is Nat. The family of murdered Perth travel agent Michelle say her killers should have been given the death penalty. Two Thai men were sentenced to life behind bars for their role in the 60-year-old's death. She was knifed in the chest during a botched bag snatch. The judge told them they would have been executed had that not pleaded guilty this week. Police are continuing to hunt for a gang who brutally bashed a teenage boy while was on his way home from school in Sydney's west. when he was jumped at a local park and beaten. The group even cut off a section of the teen's hair. His family is devastated. They're dogs. If you can't fight one-on-one, why fight at all? Police are urging anyone with information on the attack to call Crime Stoppers. The Federal Government says its National Broadband Network will deliver returns to taxpayers despite a blow-out in construction costs and a delay to the finish date. The cost of the massive infrastructure project is forecast to rise by almost 4% to $37 billion, with a finish date pushed out by six months. Stephen Conroy says Communications Minister a sound investment. the NBN is still from the day we announced it, We said, this is a 9-10 year build. infrastructure this country needs This is about putting in place the for the next 30, 40, 50 years. to conduct for the Productivity Commission The Opposition has repeated calls to conduct of the project. a thorough cost-benefit analysis have offered up a helping hand Federal and State governments auto industry. to Australia's struggling in grants to auto suppliers, They've announced a $35 billion and stay competitive. helping them to stay in the country They'll be provided on a dollar-for-dollar basis, essentially, so we're looking for a co-contribution from the car components manufacturer that we'll be seeking to apply. It's hoped the move will help save thousands of jobs which would otherwise move offshore. Finance news now and the Dow finished just up 7 points. Finished half an hour ago. half an hour ago. About ten minutes finished just up 7 points. Finished ago, News Corporation in the US, New York-based of course, announced a $ York-based of course, announced a $1.

$1.5 billion loss for just the fourth quarter. Why? Because they wrote off $ wrote off $2.8 billion in assets, wrote off $2.

saying it is mainly their Australian newspapers. So News Corp is basically cut the value of their Australian newspapers to virtually nothing. It is a huge write off. It just shows you how tough the newspaper industry is doing it at the moment. To our region yesterday: Let's go back do London with Beretts and the rest of the day's sport. for breaking a team booze ban the decision to suspend Dane Swan was an easy one to make. the respect of his team-mates the champion midfielder has lost and needs to earn it back. for two matches, Swan has been banned against competition leaders Sydney. starting with this weekend's clash says Cronulla playmaker Todd Carney aren't behind his recent form slump. rumours of a failed drugs test The rumour surfaced on Twitter around the end of the Origin series. Carney admits the saga has taken a toll mentally but insists his indifferent form has been due to niggling injuries. The Sharks hope that putting the issue to bed now will allow them to focus on the run in to the NRL finals. Time for a check of today's weather. Let's get done to Camden with James Tobin. Good morning, JT? Good morning to you and everyone in Australia, Beretts. We had a satellite link break-up in our last cross. I think we were punked. Here is the evident. We have been punked. We are at Camden this morning. This is an exciting place to be. It is an exciting place to be. It is always striving, the heartbeat of London's newsic scene and fashion scene. On top of that, it is a beautiful place to come and look at the loch we are standing on now. It is called Camden Loch and it is a place where anything could happen. I think we might have one of those mornings as we look at the forecast. Sunrise Weather brought to you lamp and chandelier sale. by Beacon Lighting's or chandelier. With 50% of your second lamp Sale ends Sunday. crossing south-east Australia A cold front and alpine snow. is causing squally showers are developing Potentially damaging winds ahead of this front in eastern Victoria and the Snowy Mountains. Areas of high pressure are keeping the east and west of the country dry. Well, I tell you what, Camden is one place that you must visit when you come to London. So we thought, we're in London, we may as well bring Camden to you. It is really pretty. The loch system is the way for many, many years the way they transported goods up through London, using this canal system. So these days you can do a tourist trip but back in the day they used horses to pull the boats around the canal rr system. If you just tuned in, it is the home of punk rock. We thought we would into the theme. This sort of outfit punk rock. We thought we would get doesn't turn a head here in Camden. A little Adam and the Ants. Not quite punk. James Rotten. Facebook's big gamble. After the break - And, an Olympic love story. for the ultimate prize - next. The sporting couple who've fought Yeah, good, mate. How are you liking the new car? Leather, sunroof, no matter how old it gets, and if it ever gets written off, with a brand-new car. GIO will replace it

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and keep the cover to insure it new - for life. Mostly sunny and 25. A health alert has been issued on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland after two confirmed cases of swine flu. The patients are believed to be students from a secondary college in the area. Australia three years ago. Swine flu first hit In 2009 it caused almost 200 deaths. a resurgence in cases? So are we seeing D'Arcy joins me in the studio. Sunrise medical editor Dr John is making a come back? Should we be worried swine flu Well, look, not really. The interesting thing, as you say, it caused real trouble about three or four years ago. What actually hap whnd the swine flew was around, people got infected and some got sick and died but the majority didn't and suddenly they became relatively immune to it. So the fact it has come back, the people who created the virus at the beginning of the year and put it in a vaccine. So the interesting thing, the swine flu that was around is still around, not shocking and worrying anybody. But what is shocking and worrying them, the other vaccine, bug around is quite serious, especially for pregnen women. So the experts are saying, yes, we knew it would pop up again, we are not worried about it popping up again, why aren't more people vaccinated some Should we get vaccinated? That is it, vaccination is terrible important. Pregnant women with swine flu in mind, it is especially toxic on them. Can you be vaccinated while you are pregnant? You can indeed. It is not too to be vaccinated now, for people who You can indeed. It is not too late are concerned. The other thing that has come out of this is the effect of influenza on children. The fact that children can get it, some of them can die of it, tkpwesdz what they do? -- guess what they do? They pass it on to granny so it is great concern. There is a program in schools called Sneeze Safe, not to sneeze and cough on each other but to sniff into a tissue and bin it. To encourage people early in their life about flu hygiene. My kids have got the cold and the pump pack of the antiseptic stuff and my gosh they are going overboard but I it is better. Yes, it is better. And they are going overboard but I think the future strains? Leopards don't change their spots but flu does so that is why vaccination is so important. Each and every day they are looking at vaccinations right around Australia and what should happen. My endorsement is this: you should have the vaccine, it won't give you the flu but it will give give you the flu

you 75% protection against the influenza next year. One person who does get vaccinated, my friend here. Yep, certainly do. A controversial new game online using real money. allows Facebook users to gamble It's called 'Bingo Friendzy' and it lets players win up to $750. Facebook says it's aimed at over 18s. But there are concerns the cartoon characters and colourful graphics could attract children. Independent senator Nick Xenophon has written to Facebook previously about these casino-style games. Nick, what are your concerns? He joins us from Adelaide. Now, Facebook of course, is now listed company. It's not doing so Now, Facebook of course, is now a well in America. Its share price. It's promised these huge revenues in the future. Is this your concern? This is where they are going to get it from? You have hit the nail on the head. That is what it is all about. I think they are about. I think they are desperate for more revenue so it kill be rename or -- it will be renamed as the gaming network. Users can access it by changer their IP address. I think it is a real issue. Your concern is getting kids involved. I am with you on this. If you were looking at over 18s, you wouldn't have the cartoons. It have the cartoons. It is spelled with a Z, friends Friendzy, the problem with these games it is with real money. The jack protfor the slots or their poke -- the jackpot for their pokies is in the order $seevt,000. Facebook say they do for their pokies is in the order of have security features to stop kids

playing. Are you convinced? Absolutely not. The graphics, the colours, the cartoons are aimed at kids. It kids. It is a joke. There is a role for the federal government in Australia to say, " Australia to say, "Enough is enough. We won't allow these sorts of games

on sites like Facebook." So that is what you are asking the government to do it. They can do that? It has the telecommunication powers to clamp down on these sorts of games. The federal Government is looking at opening up online gambling and I think it is a real worry. The number of ads across the media for online gambling is just incredible as it is without another one coming on. Thank you, good to see you. He's a V8 supercar driver. She's a gold medal sailor. But the romance between sports stars Elise Rechichi and Kart Reindler nearly ended in tragedy Mark Beretta caught up with the couple. Beretts, it's a very lucky love story, isn't it? Yes, Nat, it sure is. You might remember that huge fireball crash from Perth raceway, barb gelo 12 month ago? It was 12 month ago. It was in the early dating stages. But in time, that moment has brought them together. in time, that moment has actually This is an Olympic story that takes us to the V8 track. To one day in particular, when Karl Reindler nearly died. We couldn't see when he got out. His girlfriend, Elise, was watching on as Karl tried to stamp out the fire on his suit. It was really quite confronting. Just a year on, Karl's back racing. And attention is now on Elise. I can't wait for him to come over. It will be nice for him to be a WAG for a change. Elise is a gold-medal winning sailor - at home gliding across the waters of Sydney Harbour. Whereas Karl prefers the grunt, and the grit, of the racetrack. Given that you're both used to being in control... When you jump in the car at the end of the day, who drives? I'm not a back-seat driver, I let him drive and I don't give him any advice but when he comes sailing with me, he back-seat sails like you can't imagine. The couple actually met sailing in 2010 after Elise and her team-mate, Tessa Parkinson, had already won gold in the 470 class in Beijing. I had no idea what she did and probably vice versa as well. But they have come to support each other in their respective sports. There's so many similarities in the sport In firmoffs the technical operation of the equipment, Karl being in a car and me in a boat and the strategy within that. Karl will be in London cheering on Elise to get the gold. I would be lying if I said I didn't feel the pressure. To win one gold medal is a huge challenge for any athlete. To win a second one is an even bigger challenge. And watch out Rio, they might compete together. Are you going to make a sailor, do you think? Um, we've discussed it, 2016 Olympics, we have discussed it, there is a mixed event, male and female, we are working towards that. That would be a challenge. It is a great relationship. Would you believe that when we filmed it at the Townsville V8s, Elise had flown back to watch him and he has flown here to watch her. A great story. They are up in the women's 400 70s and sitting in 6th place. They have a race to come and a shot for a medal. A great story. And a mixed race in the sailing? Who could race in the sailing? Who race in the sailing? Who would be skipper. Paper, rock, scissors. Of course she would. Plus, Nestle tests its new baby formula after parents complain it's making their children sick. And, your chance to see JLO Down Under. The singer announces an Australian tour, next on Sunrise. Guys, my throat is killing me. Don't let a sore throat hold you back. VOICEOVER: Strepsils provide triple-action relief. It soothes fast, kills bacteria, and coats your throat deep down for long-lasting relief. Strepsils - triple-action relief where it matters. Try new Strepsils Warm... (SIGHS)

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Yep, that's right, for extortion and blackmail. This is in response to the fact her former driver first sued her, claiming fraud, wrongful termination, so this is in response to that lawsuit. She claims he tried to extort almost $ to extort almost $3 million from her. He had signed a klfdiality agreement -- confidentiality agreement and he was threatening to expose personal matters in exchange for that money. She is having of that. Good for Jenny for standing up to them. Yes. for that money. She is having none

And controversial comedienne Joan Rivers has staged a hilarious protest at Costco after her booked was banned from the store. People are saying it could be the best publicity stunt, ever. It has helped book sales for her work. Her work is called 'I Hate Everyone, Starting with Me'. Here she is going too into a store banning the book. Next thing they will be banning the Bible. Come and buy my book. This America. This is a freedom of Bible. Come and buy my book. This is speech, first amendment right. What is your name? I'm not leaving! Get your book, get your book. Be Americans. Be Americans. Buy my book. It might be a little extreme to say Costco she likened to Nazi Germany, but when the police arrived and asked her to leave, she did as they wished and book sales are booming. I have watched 'Fashion Police' a couple of times and the things she says. You can't say that and the show 'What Makes You Rich'. Very funny. Making headlines in Western Australia this morning is the search for a sweet criminal. A Perth woman has taken to the internet to track down the thief who stole her birthday cupcakes. The whole incident was caught on security camera. You can see a car pull up in front of the house, then a woman jumps out, snags the box of treats and drives away. Liz Galliott is appealing for anyone with information regarding her stolen sweets to call Crime Stoppers. Isn't that rude! She had them delivered? Her daughter said there is cupcakes for you and no there are not. Only the flowers came so they started abusing the company. The cupcakes are flash ones too now, not like grandma Kochie's vanilla ones. The NBN to cost billions more than expected. Plus, Nestle checks its new infant formula after parents claim it's making their kids sick. Also, why Australia's most controversial ads are back. # I'm glad you came # I'm glad you came # Wo-oh, oh, oh. # The next boy band taking over the world are LIVE today. SONG: # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise...# Right across Australia, this is Sunrise Now from Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. We have an audience of one. Audience is back tomorrow. We need the space, The Wanted are back in Australia. They will be in the studio live this hour. Iain Jensen and Nathan Outteridge will join us live from the Games very soon. But we'll begin with Beretts in London and all the Olympic news. Sailors Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen have collected Australia's fifth gold medal of the London Olympics. The pair have been gold medallists in waiting for the last few days after dominating the 49er class. One last triumphant trek around Weymouth for sailors Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen. They only had to finish the final race to claim gold in the 49er class. The pair from Wangi Wangi on the New South Wales Central Coast have known each other since they were kids. A lot of the families That we grew up sailing with have come to watch us sailing this week. It has been a special week for us. It is great after the last Olympics we have been able to team up have been almost unstoppable since then. we have been able to team up and

Outteridge had to fight his way back from a debilitating spinal injury to fulfil his Olympic dream. Olympic champion Steve Hooker has also battled adversity, overcoming a bout of the yips to reach to the pole vault final. This Cuban competitor wasn't as fortunate. COMMENTATOR: Ooh, snapped. Dreams of gold were replaced by a face full of dirt for some BMX hopefuls. Oh, my goodness me. Australia's Caroline Buchanan qualified fastest in the women's event. And Usain Bolt barely broke a sweat in the semis of the 200, strolling into the final. And Edwina Bartholomew is joining in on the celebrations with our sailors in Weymouth. Another big night of celebrations there. Rightly so? It is, Beretts. I got rid of some of my friends behind me but it is not often they put off fireworks here on the shores outside Cove House Inn but that is the level of the celebration here. Absolutely incredible. The two latest gold

medallists. Nathan and Iain only had to go out on the water to claim gold. It was incredible. What was awesome and incredible, they hung back from the rest of the pack, let the other Six Nations battle it out for the bronze medal. There has been incredible celebrations here tonight when they arrived. A guard of honour, champagne everywhere. Beer as well. As you can imagine. Not just here but back at honour, champagne spilling

Wangi Wangi where they first met and sailed. We have got pictures from the sailing club, the people who couldn't come here still watched the win, still got up to celebrate their boys. Here is what the Rear Commodore of the club had to say. We're so proud of these boys. They've just come so far and to win this thing in the fashion they have, to go into that medal race with an unassailable lead, it's just fantastic. Amazing thing for the town, it's an amazing thing for the boys, it's an amazing thing for the country. Can you believe, we are in line for another medullar here tomorrow. Gold or -- medal here tomorrow. Dpold or silver. I will grab a seat at the bar. Get comfortable. We will it a little patch of Australia it a little patch of Australia here in the United Kingdom. bar. Get comfortable. We will make

Our fifth gold medal puts us in 11th place. Now here's Nat for the rest of the day's news. The family of a Perth woman murdered in Thailand are angry her killers haven't been sentenced to death. The pair will spend life behind bars for fatally stabbing the 60-year-old in June. They acted in a cowardly manner so I would have liked to see them get the death penalty too. They could die like cowards. Michelle Smith was in Phuket with a group of travel agents when she was attacked during a failed bag snatch. Perth police have arrested a second teenage prison escapee who has been on the run since last week. The 17-year-old was arrested at a house south of Perth last night. He and another teenager escaped from a detention centre last Thursday after allegedly bashing a construction worker and stealing his car. His accomplice was arrested on Sunday night after he fell through a ceiling while police were attending an out-of-control party. Nestle is conducting tests on a new baby formula recipe after getting complaints from parents that it's making their children extremely sick. For more on this I'm joined by Sunrise reporter Sally Bowrey. Sally, what problems are parents reporting with this formula? Yes, Nat, the company has received dozens of complaint from parents saying they are seeing symptoms like rashes, nausea and constant crying in children after they have given them the formula, NANHA 1. Nestle has changed the formula and now the parents are saying they see side effects. Nestle said when they changed the recipe they did tests but further testing will be changed the recipe they did conduct conducted in an independent laboratory. So they are not saying not to buy it? No, they are saying they are checking into the product and see the products, from capsium chloride to potassium chloride. They are testing to see if there is anything to the side effects the parents are parents are reporting. Thank you. Hopes are fading for three people missing in rough seas off New Zealand's North Island. They were among a group of 11 students and 2 instructors who got into trouble while on a rock climb yesterday afternoon. Two 17-year-old students were swept into the sea an instructor in his 40s jumped in to try and save them. The trio hasn't been seen since. Coming up - driving home a bargain. Why this really is the best time to buy a new car. But first here's Kochie. Nat, the Dow Jones index 7 points after a close, News Corp Nat, the Dow Jones index finished up ration, the big global publisher announced a $ announced a $1. announced a $1.4 billion fourth-quarter loss because of $ fourth-quarter loss because of $2. fourth-quarter loss because of $2.8 million in write downs, mainly associated with its Australian newspapers. I love this e-mail going around. There are lots of reviews into our performance at the Olympics. The first is what has caused the dismal performance? Look at our gold medal count down, carbon tax has been introduced. Every siner since, down -- ever since, down, love it! Blame the carbon tax. You have nailed it at last, well done. Poor discipline has resulted in Broncos full-back Josh Hoffman being dropped from this weekend's NRL encounter with the red hot Bulldogs. Hoffman turned up late to training yesterday and was axed on the spot. Brisbane coach Anthony Griffin may replace Hoffman with out-of-form five-eighth Corey Norman. The Broncos look to snap an alarming 3-game losing streak. Former Demons captain Brad Green says his decision to retire at the end of the AFL season is about giving the club's emerging talent more opportunities. Green believes his team-mates have to buy into the game plan that's been implemented by coach Mark Neeld to be successful. Here's a classic catch from the world of Major League Baseball. Washington Nationals outfielder Roger Bernadina came up with the stunning grab before disappearing behind the wall. The catch won the match for the Nationals in the 12th inning. That is some commitment to the team, guys. That is what it is all about, take it for the team. Love it. Thank you, let's go to James with today's weather. He is tough? Gone very punk. Doing my best to be a bit punk because I'm in Camden in London, the home of punk rock for London and the place where anything goes. I have done my best to be as punk as I can. The other thing it is famous for is the markets. Like The Valley in Brisbane or St Kilda in Melbourne but it is on steroids. I you can buy the food, during the day the streets are jam packed so just come and

people watch. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Sale ends Sunday. Camden in London, this is where the Sex Pistols started, the Clash and more recently Amy Winehouse used to hang out. This is where she used to drink. She used to hang out, and also came for breakfast. The Hawley Arms. She used to jump behind the bar and serve patrons. A lot of tourists come and check it out. And remember the Camden beach we were at last week? The pop-up beach? That was the is a round House and the last place she performed before she passed away. Although she did have a troubled life, she won five Grammies for her 'Back to Black'. Thank you for that happy note. We appreciate it. Let's go back to the Olympics. where Australia's won another sailing gold overnight. Iain Jensen and Nathan Outteridge only had to turn up for the 49er final to win. Their New Zealand training partners scored silver. They only had to turn up as well. The boys are with Edwina at Aussie sailing HQ in Weymouth? Two real, ridgy-rrests here. It is appropriate, we have got Johnny Farnam. A cover band. Is it surreal? It is amazing. We have come here for the last three years. No-one ever been like at finals. The Olympics, we have won in front of the last three years. No-one has

everyone and it is the greatest feeling. Was today a walk in the park for you? Go out and have some fun? Yes, we had to get around. No pressure at all. It didn't matter where we came. Just enjoyed every moment. Such a lot of support on the hill. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, hill. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie,oy, hill. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie,oy,oy, hill. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie,oy,oy,oy. You will hear that over the next couple of days. You didn't compete with the rest of the field so they could get bronze. That is true sportsmanship? Yes, it is awesome to have these people here. We wanted to go out there and stay out of everyone's way. There was still a race for bronze. It is surreal. You capsized your boat? Tell us about that? We tried to do capsize, like, take the boat Tell us about that? We tried to do a down just to celebrate, a little bit, I guess. Then we broke capsize, like, take the boat upside

something so it didn't go exactly to plan. Excellent. What is the plan for you guys now? You have won gold. Is it off to London to celebrate more? We will be here more? We will be here tomorrow for the 400 70 mens, a good chance of gold or silver and then we go to London for the next few days. We will live in the village. Party town? Yes, party town. We hear some stories we won't repeat. But I tell you what, Tom Slingsby, you celebrated with him the other day and now celebrating yours. Congratulations, guys, we are all proud of you. Way to go. Doing really well. For more on the Olympic action, let's bring in our expert panels. It is nice having one jumpz, it is about , Is he over the yips? , Is he over the yips?? Yes, he cleared the first height so easily. I am so excited for the final on Friday. There is one concern for the final, his girlfriend, the Russian 1500 metres runner, Katya Costasaya is competing at the same time could be going for the gold medal rr vault. Hopefully she dozen is competing at the same time he

him. He cleared the jump, the vault so easily. Maib vault. Hopefully she dozen distract

so easily. Maib -- maybe they make a pack to go away and win and celebrate. USS celebrate. Sally Pearson, celebrating, she it is a feat she has been dreaming Sally Pearson, celebrating, she said about since watching Cathy Freeman in 2000. We don't have the physique like everyone else and we don't have as many people to choose from. We're born to swim. You grow up in Australia and you have to learn to swim learn to run straight away. whereas people in African countries It's one of the toughest sports out there that we compete against more than 200 countries so competing against them is incredible. Jana, do you agree it's tough for Aussies on the track? Of course it is. It makes Sally's race look even more like a white Aussie girl in the race. But I think that is what makes athletics so special. It is such saa variety of nations that come together. As kids, we do little As at school and cross-country athletics carnivals at school. For her to get up and win gold, it is a very illustrious event. And very glamorous. My girls love the hurdles and the bling and the stars. It is a big show and performance. Every four years it is the ultimate. To win a gold the ultimate. To win a gold medal in athletics is amazing. Nat and I have been glued to it. It is gorgeous. Will it encourage more kids to take up athletics? So much focus on it these games, maybe this is what will come from it? Yes, Sally's story is amazing. She has come from a family that has come through hard times, her mum has looked after her and taken her to training. Her story will inspire will inspire kids to goat on the track. She is like her idol, Katherine Freeman, she competes. Fingers crossed we get crowds to the meets. She is a draw card now. She is so down to earth and humble, it is fantastic. And yes, kids, little athletics registration is coming up. Enough to make you want to get back on the track? Very much so, I am very inspired. You going to do it? This is very much about these Olympics. Let them do am. Very diplomatic. Two Thai men have been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of an Australian travel agent. Michelle Smith was killed during a botched robbery. Seven News correspondent Adrian Brown is in Thailand. Adrian, what's been the reaction to this sentence? For most ordinary Thais, particularly those working in the tourist industry, justice has been done. I think the Thay authorities were anxious to fast-track the case and get the bad tourism story out of the way as quickly as possible. The two men convicted of murdering Michelle is a smith were sentenced to a total of 100 years, meaning they will almost die in jail. The judge said if they didn't plead guilty he would have said execution, it is how seriously they took the case. Of course, the evidence against the two was pretty overwhelming. We had the security camera footage showing the final moments leading up to Michelle Smith being stabbed thirty-two times in the chest as she -- three times. Chest. Her family and friends were not in court for the sentencing but Australia's honourary consul, Larry Cunningham was and he said this case has cast a spotlight on a growing criminal problem in Phuket with tourism safety now a real issue. The major problem has always been the application of the law in Phuket, where assaults continue, unabated, virtually every night and little or no arresterise made of the guilty -- arrests are made of the guilty party, mainly because they have patronage, protection and sooon. At any time, up to 20,000 Australians are in Phuket and Larry Cunningham

has this advice. Avoid the people who operate the tuck-tucks. He said they are run by mafia gangs and the same with the waterskis on popular beaches. Avoid them, he says. beaches. Avoid them, he says. The problem is the operators of Tuks Tuds and waterskis contrive accidents and get insurance, when the tourists say we can't pay up, the heavies are called in. And Larry says it is time the authorities were called in because he says it is something ordinary Australians are confronting every day. As we've been reporting this morning, the National Broadband Network has blown-out by billions of dollars. The country's biggest infrastructure project has also been delayed by six months with the completion date pushed back until June 2021. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells is in Melbourne where new figures have been released about connections. Good morning. How big is the blowout? Well, it depends on who you ask. Either way they are very big. We are talking between $ talking between $3 billion and $ talking between $3 billion and $5ian here. The reason it comes into two different categories, there is the increase in the construction costs and also the increase in the running costs. The biggest portion of the running cost increase is the cost of staff, going from $ staff, going from $3. staff, going from $3.7 billion to $ staff, going from $3.7 billion to $saigt.8 billion. It seems like they vastly underestimated the number of people needed to put it together. Of course, the people who have to pay for it is the rest of us, taxpayers. And is it is is going to be late. How many people are connected now? Well, it seemed like a fairly modest plan to begin with. They were talking about 419,000 people connected by the middle of next year. That figure has been revised down, not by a few thousand, not by tens of thousands, but by 300,000, more than, to 92,000 people by the middle of next year. Victoria, where I am, was obviously very excited about getting the national broadband, now only 403 homes are connected. So this whole plan seems to have come in a day late and a dollar short and getting worse. Gosh! We'll see what comes of it, thank you for the update. about the 0% interest rate car deals that are around and that means there's never been a better time to buy, or a tougher market for Australian car makers. Renault and Honda are offering interest-free loans on some of their vehicles. And Holden is fighting back with a 1-week deal starting today with an interest rate of just 0.5%. So is it a sign of just how tough the industry is doing it? John Cadogen is our resident motoring expert. Good morning, John. Are these deals a sign of desperation? Does this mean car manufacturing in Australia is dead? Car manufacturing is very sick. I don't think there is a recovery on offer for Ford. And Holden's extremely sick but they are 12 months behind Ford in this race to oblivion. Ford sold 300 Falcons? A company that sold 700,000 years ago and now selling 300. Do the maths. It is unsustainable. They are hit with a double whammy, hit with a higher Aussie dollar, making imports cheaper like your Renaults and Hondas but they can't export because it makes exports more expensive. So they can't win? They are jambed between a rock and a hard place and they have dropped the ball on quality. Because today we can buy a Japanese car, better built, more fuel efficient for 10 grand less. But Australian taxpayers, we will fork out another billion dollar to prop up the manufacturers. Is it good money after bad? It is dised welfare. It is the -- it is subsidised welfare. It is a classic waste of money. Unless the product can turn around and be better, smaller, and better built, but don't hold your breath. A deal? If you want a great deal you have to go in at the end of the month because that's when all the discounting comes and low ball your offer. You need to buy a car that is in stock now because the dealer has purchased the car and the interest is burning a hole in his pocket. Car dealers are a specialist at hooking up a three-phase vacuum cleaner to your bank account. Shop elsewhere for finance and sell your old car privately because they can leverage one transaction against the other two as exportt prices. -- extortionate prices. Great tip. Thank you. Sally Pearson's finally received her gold medal for the 100m hurdles, more than 24 hours after the race. She was beaming as she sang our national anthem. # ('Advance Australia Fair' plays. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Delightful. I love her, she is great. Good on her. I love it when our athletes sing the anthem, it is great. Ahead this Sunrise - violent femmes. Plus, the next big boy band. UK phenomenon The Wanted are live. so how did one of Australia's most controversial ads end up back on our streets?

News headlines first, though, here's Beretts in London. Kochie and phoel, you know sail sg big news when -- sailing is being retweeted by the 'Fin Review'. I think that is pretty impressive. The party is well underway for sailors Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen, our latest gold medal champs. The pair went into their final race with an unbeatable lead in the overall standings. They only had to finish to win the competition. It was a bit strange, um, you know, we'd already won, and we were just enjoying the moment and it was actually really good fun. Team New Zealand claimed their own guaranteed silver while Denmark had to duke it out for bronze.

Steve Hooker has made it through to the finals of the men's pole vault with a single jump. Officials agreed to admit the top 14 qualifiers, allowing the defending champ and his fellow jumpers to conserve their energy for the main event. The Sharks have gone down to Serbia 9-11 in the men's water polo quarterfinals. The Aussies were leading at half-time but Serbia turned it around with six unanswered goals. Caroline Buchanan has qualified first in the seeding run of the women's BMX. In the men's competition, world champ Sam Willoughby has qualified sixth. It was a big night too for the residents of Wangi Wangi in New South Wales. They packed out the local club to watch their home-grown heroes, Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen, claim gold. The boys are the first Lake Macquarie yachtsmen to win an Olympic medal. We're so proud of these boys. They've just come so far and to win this thing in the fashion they have, to go into that medal race with an unassailable lead, it's just fantastic. Amazing thing for the town, it's an amazing thing for the boys, it's an amazing thing for the country. Wangi Wangi is known for producing sailing champs but this is a whole new achievement for the town. Well done to them too, the celebration will be back on tonight. Let's look at the medal tally. Our fifth gold medal puts us in 11th place. Now here's Nat for the rest of the day's news. Police are investigating a suspicious house fire in Melbourne overnight. Emergency crews were called to the home in Broadmeadows just before 3:00am. Investigators believe a brick was hurled through a front window with flammable liquid then thrown inside and set alight. Officers are speaking to nearby residents. The fire was quickly brought under control with the home suffering only minor damage. A leading baby formula recipe is under review following reports it's making children sick. Nestle says its NAN H.A. 1 Gold formula will undergo independent testing after complaints from parents. Dozens of families claim their infants are suffering side effects including vomiting, rashes, dehydration and constant crying. The company recently introduced a new recipe for the formula. The Federal Government says its National Broadband Network will deliver returns to taxpayers despite a blow-out in construction costs and a delay to the finish date. The cost of the massive infrastructure project is forecast to rise by almost 4% to $37 billion with a finish date pushed out by six months. Communications Minister Stephen Conroy says the NBN is still a sound investment. We said, from the day we announced it, this is a 9-10 year build, this is about putting in place the infrastructure this country needs for the next 30, 40, 50 years. The Opposition has repeated calls for the Productivity Commission to conduct a thorough cost-benefit analysis of the project. The Syrian Army claims it has taken control of a rebel-held district in the country's biggest city, Aleppo. The region has been the focus of intense fighting for days. Thousands of residents have fled the city fearing for their safety. We must have freedom. That's what I'm talking about, and every child and every family, they need that. They need just freedom. Rebel forces have denied claims they've withdrawn from the conflict zone. Thousands of students have clashed with police in the Chilean capital of Santiago. The demonstrators were demanding radical education reforms and rejecting a proposed law that would crack down on unauthorised protests. Students threw rocks at the riot squads who responded with water cannons and tear gas. Now to today's weather. Back to Adam Ant in London. Thank you very much, Nat. Grrr! Welcome to Camden in London, the home of punk rock and also the home of Camden Loch, which is behind me. The loch is on the canal here. It was used back in the day and still used today, to raise and lower boats in the canal. in the day they in the day they used it to transport food and supplies through London and lower boats in the canal. Back

it was pulled by horses. These food and supplies through London and you can choose a canoe or boat and it was pulled by horses. These days check out London. It is a check out London. It is a bustling part of London at that. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Sale ends Sunday. A cold front crossing south-east Australia is causing squally showers and alpine snow. Potentially damaging winds are developing ahead of this front in eastern Victoria and the Snowy Mountains. Areas of high pressure are keeping the east and west of the country dry.

One of Camden's most famous residents was Amy Winehouse, there are signs of her life here all around this town. I tell you what, weather-wise, it is quite warm enLondon for a change. So enLondon for a change. So I'll just get rid of the jacket. Yeah! Mum f weather-wise, it is quite warm

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# Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh # You'll find us chasing the sun # Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh # Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, # You'll find us chasing the sun # (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) The Wanted's self-titled album is out now. Good morning, guys, and welcome back. Good to see you again. Hi! Hop in the middle? The crowd goes wild outside. I got to ask you about your fans. Americans in particular have fallen in love with you. The one thing we've had is unbelievable, we got to the airport last night and got rammed. It is great to be back though. I think it has been too long. Sydney, Melbourne, the whole lot. It is fantastic. Since you were last on the show, you've cracked the US market, which is a huge deal. And also, Scooter Brahaun is your manager, who does Justin Bieber what is he like? He is a nice guy. His ego is through the roof. What a guy to work with. Whatever works. Just quickly, I was watching you smiling, you living the life? Yes, travel the world, see different places, get screamed at everywhere we go. We were looking at you and I thought it is like being on a constant footy tour. Five blokes having a great time. Good to see you. Thanks for

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