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this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Isn't it great to have our studio audience back today on a gorgeous donna Hay and the Donettes up the back, feeding up all today. Wonderful. A very busy morning ahead. is coming up The overnight Olympic action from the Seven Newsroom. but we'll begin with the latest Good morning. Robert Hughes Former 'Hey Dad...!' star has been granted bail in London over alleged child sex offences. after being arrested overnight. The 63-year-old faced court Edwina Bartholomew Sunrise correspondent in London, is outside Wandsworth Prison Take us through what happened? Today the court heard Robert has been living here in Sydney with has been living here in Sydney has been living here in Sydney in Today the court heard Robert Hughes one of the city's most up market suburbs. She stuck by him since it first broke in 2010 and today culminated with his arrest. He will face five charges relating to charges over a feeb children, one as young as five years old. Robert Hughes arrested After a 2-year police investigation, more than 20 years over crimes dating back favourite on-screen dad. to his heyday as Australia's All the years I spent to have a sense of responsibility trying to teach my children may not have been in vain. was cast as Martin Kelly Two years before Hughes a family friend's daughter. it's alleged he sexually assaulted of exposing himself He's also accused on the set of 'Hey Dad...!'. to a young child co-star

The details first surfaced in 2010 when Sarah Monahan, on-screen daughter, Jenny, who played Hughes' youngest he had touched her inappropriately. went public with claims He would, like, touch my boobs on his lap, you know, and then because I was always he'd always, like, grab my (BLEEP) right up here. or, you know, put his hand, like, Hughes denied the allegation. as to why this is being said now. I'm absolutely puzzled

Robert, there are a number of women. MAN: Well, she's not the only one, of defamation lawyers. Everything now is in the hands to investigate the complaint. But Strike Force Ruskin was formed If Robert Hughes makes bail, As part of the investigation, who appeared on the show, police spoke to Delta Goodrem, and hundreds of others. in relation to 11 offences. An arrest warrant was issued in May to London to sort his extradition. Australian police are en route

Now, despite concerns, Nat, Robert Hughes would be a flight Now, despite concerns, Nat, that risk, he was granted bail in court today but couldn't raise the $90,000 surety in time. When that happens and it is likely to happen tomorrow morning it carries fairly strict restrictions, he must remain in his apartment with an 8:00 curfew, wear an anklet and have no contact with children under 16. Thank you. has been released Damning security vision police officers showing three New South Wales following his arrest. violently assaulting a young man kicked and beaten by the officers The video shows Corey Barker being in Ballina last year. after he was taken into custody made by the group It goes against initial claims who had assaulted a police officer that it was Mr Barker at the station. Their allegations were withdrawn was repaired. after the damaged security video Police Integrity Commission The New South Wales into the alleged cover-up. has launched an investigation is under increasing pressure The Federal Government on border protection to fix the political deadlock of more than 200 asylum seekers. following the dramatic rescue

north-east of Christmas Island Navy vessels picked up 211 people on Wednesday. after sending out a distress call until sea conditions improved Crews had to wait passengers from the stricken boat. before they could transfer of refugees detained It's the single biggest boatload since Labor claimed power in 2007.

Australian rescuers a sick scientist out of Antarctica have successfully evacuated their Airbus jet on an ice runway. after managing to land last night The crew touched down in New Zealand following the risky mission. was in need of urgent surgery. It's believed the American man of six months of darkness Antarctica is only just coming out of light every day. providing just a short window Ahead this Sunrise -

to save $2 on an ATM withdrawal fee? would you drive across town But first, here's Kochie. Thank you, Nat, let's take a look at finance news. The Dow laz just closed -- has just closed down 10. closed -- has just closed down 10.5 points. The Nasdaq added 1 point. points.

closed -- has just closed down 10.5 And jobless claims in the US came better than expected. We will fix And jobless claims in the US came in

the London and the German ones up shortly. To the commodities: London up 5. London up 5.5 points.

its economic growth in check China is keeping for Aussie businesses. which is good news Morning. Craig James is at CommSec. Important economic figures out of China. What do they tell us? They tell us China's economy has slowed but they have potential to ramp up output in coming months and that is important for Australian businesses. They have got slow growth, retail spending up 13% on a year industrial production up 9% on a spending up 13% on a year ago and

year ago but that is slow for China. But the good news is they have slowed down inflation, they slowed the economy to get inflation under control and now it's under control. Now they can get the economy going to the same pace as a couple of years go. If they buy more, it is good news for the Australian mining and manufacturing sectors and the good news for the Australian mining tourism sector, China is the biggest source of tourism to Australia. It continues to grow, great news, not just for the mining sector but all parts of the Australian economy. So, biggest trading partner in great shape? Great news. Thank you. What a day here, beautiful, balmy day here, beautiful, balmy English summer weather and also, gold, silver and bronze to Australia. Our men's K4 1,000m canoe sprint crew The boys took the lead early in the race and that's where they stayed until they crossed the finish line ahead of Hungary and the Czech Republic. Our youngest Australian team member, diver Brittany Broben, has claimed silver in the women's 10m platform. Melissa Wu finished fourth.

To complete our streak of medal wins overnight - our women's volleyball team have beaten Hungary 13-11, taking the bronze. Matthew Belcher and Malcolm Page have been forced to wait another day to claim a medal in the men's 470 sailing class. The final race has been delayed due to a lack of wind. The Opals will chase a bronze medal after losing their semifinal bout with the US.

Our girls put up a brave fight but the Americans proved too strong, winning 86-73. The Kookaburra's The Kookaburras shared the same fate in the semis of the men's hockey. Despite getting off to a good start, they went down to Germany 2-4. And Sam Willoughby and Khalen Young have survived a day of thrills and spills to make the semifinals of the men's BMX. That was a That was a beauty. Sprint king Usain Bolt has made history here in London as the first man ever to defend 100m and 200m Olympic titles. It was a Jamaican treble in the 200m final, with Bolt defeating Johan Blake and Warren Weir. Thousands of eager fans flocked here to Olympic Park in anticipation of seeing the Jamaican superstar achieve his goal of becoming an athletics legend and they certainly weren't disappointed.

Heput on quite a show tonight. So taking a look at the medal tally - we've won a medal of every colour in the past 12 hours pushing us up into the top 10 with 6 gold, 13 silver and 10 bronze. The USA is closing in on China's number one position and Great Britain remains in third. APPLAUSE Yes, guys, a APPLAUSE Yes, guys, a pretty good day for Australia, a gold, silver and bronze, a good result. A couple of unexpecteds. They call it 'Bolting' now. He does. Do you think the Jamaicans will do well in the 100 and 200 relays? Why bother having them? Just send the over. Gold, silver and having them? Just send the medals over. Gold, silver and bronze in the 200 final, wow. The celebrations are just as good as the performances on the track. And they are cool. Let's go to James with weather. Speaking of cool... Good morning, Mel and Kochie and everyone in Australia. I have promised to bring you the best of everything London has to during the Olympics. This morning it is about the of everything London has to offer

is about the pub. This morning, hand on heart I have put in the research, preparation, preparation, preparation. But it has paid off. Look at this, church hill Arms, just down the road from Portebello Road, I tell you, Floriade, you have got something to live up something to live up to, as we look at the forecast around the country today. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Sale ends Sunday.

Well, there is a publican called Jerry, he had a street party for the Queen's jubilee and he says (mimics English accent) they are still getting over the party. The flowers are real. It is a packed place. Everyone is watching u sane bowl Usain Bolt win. Congratulations Everyone is watching u sane bowl -- him. We were just saying, if Usain Bolt win. Congratulations to Floriade did this, you would get more blokes to the pub, a flower pub. I am going to get on the phone to better homes and Gardens as soon as I get off. Still ahead - game over. The teen who almost died, addicted to his Xbox. But next, who'll carry the flag for Australia in the closing ceremony? Why Olympic bosses are struggling to make up their minds.

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Yeah! The Cow! She's been out to pastures. She's had a lovely time, she's fattened up. She has warmed up. She is looking good, I have never seen her look more sensational. More on the Olympics now and Australia's added three medals overnight. Our women's water polo team has secured bronze while teenage diver Brittany Broben claimed silver in the women's 10m platform. And our men's K4 beat home Hungary and the Czech Republic in the 1000m kayak sprint. Let's go back to Beretts. The boys said they always intended to win gold, even though they weren't considered favourites. Have a look. We wanted to put it out there and make it hard for the other teams to beat us. We went for it for the first half of the race and aimed to push on through the middle and keep kicking on to the finish. Beretts, this is great. Four years ago they were the favourite, did not make the final. They've hung in and come back. It is great for our athletes who may have been disappoint in this Olympics? It is one of the stories we love about Olympic Games. They were 10th in one of the stories we love about the Beijing and they sort of slipped under the radar. The only nonEuropean crew in the time but boy did they take it out. There waus a false -- was a false start by Hungary but they powered away. Murray Stewart, Tate Smith, Dave Smith and Jacob Clear. And the Czech got bronze. They come from a surf life saving background and now they share the bond of being gold medallists. Our team boss still thinking about who will carry the flag into the Closing Ceremony. It is a difficult decision, particularly the Games haven't concluded and we have got some games coming up. That has started and some medallists come into clear contention when we select the flag-bearer. It is a tough decision. Who do you think it will be? I don't think it has been tougher. At this time a three-way split, Drew Ginn, USS time a three-way split, Drew Ginn, -- Sally Pearson or Meares. The second one is your success of the Games, Anna Meares and Sally Pearson have won gold. It is what you to the overall team, the xrk factor, have won gold. It is what you bring your spirit, how you compete and live up to the ideals of Australian Olympic Committee. A live up to the ideals of the tough one to split, I reckon Drew Ginn has a great case, came back from a nasty back jeer. But Anna Meares, three Olympics, two medals and the broken neck. But Sally Pearson has been great with the weight of the nation on her back. you had to pick it right now, I think you would go for Drew Ginn. weight of the nation on her back. If

Oh! That's a big one. Either way, all are remarkable. A great to be in. Can they do it together? all are remarkable. A great position Three little handles? Love it. Thank You Beretts. Ahead this Sunrise - a new asylum seeker record. 211 people on a boat picked up heading for Australia. Plus, 'tatts' a big problem. Why inked-up Gold Coast locals are giving the Blood Bank a headache. And if you're in Brisbane this weekend, check out the Woolworths Pavilion at the Ekka. There's plenty of fun for the kids including the chance to win prizes with the giant spinning wheel. brought to you by Toyota. Oh, what a feeling, Toyota. We're calling it "the great outback adventure". Over the next few weeks we're taking you around Australia to some of the most unique and spectacular places across the country. We've joined forces with Toyota to travel across LandCruiser country. And today we're off to Northern Victoria where guest reporter Adam Brand met a woman in a small town who's made a big difference. Yarrawonga is a stunning border town on the banks of Lake Mulwala popular for fishing and water sports. But as beautiful as she is, there's one big problem. The nearest major hospital is 97 kilometres That's where local resident Marj Haebich comes in. She created Friends in Common - a charity group helping cancer sufferers in remote country areas miles away from treatment. Well, when my daughter was very ill, terminally ill with cancer, she said to me, "Mum, you need to do something about helping people with cancer "because it's a very expensive journey." So we had a meeting and we got together, had a garden party and raised $9,000. And that's how we started. Today, they raise over $100,000 every year. We give it back to the people in the form of vouchers for travel, food vouchers if things are getting a bit tight because of the expenses. And anything else we can do to help them get though that journey of cancer. Toyota LandCruiser would like to give you something very special today. They want to give you $5,000 to put into the bank account to help you continue this wonderful work. Look, that's wonderful. That's five people we can help to travel backwards and forwards for their treatment - just for radiation not for anything else. Isn't that lovely. They'll do such great things with that money. Toyota LandCruiser and Sunrise are also giving you the chance to win $10,000. Just head to our website and tell us how the money will benefit your community project. Making news this Sunrise - 'Hey Dad...!' Star Robert Hughes has been arrested in London accused of sexually assaulting five children including a former cast member of the hit TV show. We'll have more on this live from London shortly. Front page news from WA - 'The West Australian' reports 211 people have been rescued from an asylum seeker boat. It's the biggest single load to arrive in Australian waters since Labor came to power five years ago. And on the Gold Coast - tattoos are causing a blood donation shortage. The Red Cross is being forced to turn away thousands of potential donors, who aren't able to give blood because they've recently been inked. Unusual problem. A dilemma I never thought we'd be talking about in the morning. Still to come - the price of gold and silver. What our star athletes will be worth when they return home. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise, live from Brekky Central. We're being fed by Donna Hay. Every four years, it's the same story - companies that have nothing to do with the Games trying to jump on the bandwagon. You know what? (THUD, GROAN) At iSelect, we don't have to. (COUGHS) Because when it comes to making better decisions on your health insurance, life insurance, car insurance broadband, home loans, and energy, iSelect are the champions. Oh! Call 13 19 20 today for a winning deal. Call now. Go for gold! 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

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Robert Hughes Former 'Hey Dad...!' star to Australia is set to fight extradition over child sex offences. in London overnight The 63-year-old faced court conditional bail. where he was granted international investigation His arrest follows a 2-year assault charges against five girls into alleged sexual and indecent in Sydney, between 1985 and 1990. an electronic tag, He will have to wear abide by a night-time curfew with anyone aged under 16. and is banned from being alone early morning shooting in Brisbane. Police are at the scene of an Multiple shots have been fired a Rebels bikie gang clubhouse. at a building believed to be A crime scene has been established several bullet casings. and detectives have located to have been injured in the attack. No-one is believed a house fire in Sydney's south. A person is missing following around 5:30 yesterday evening. to find it well alight Firefighters arrived and evacuated nearby neighbours. One person is still unaccounted for. and enter the house later today. Emergency crews are likely to try have been charged A mother and three teenagers of a Sydney teenager. over the kidnapping invited to his ex-girlfriend's house The 14-year-old boy says he was tortured by the girl's mother where he was allegedly and three other teenagers. He initially told officers of teenagers in a local park, he was attacked by a gang to reveal what really happened. apparently too scared with special aggravated kidnapping The accused have been charged and will face court today. Madonna has come out in support in Russia. of an all-girl punk band on trial of inciting religious hatred The three woman are accused attacking Vladimir Putin after they played a song inside Moscow's main cathedral. They have done something courageous. for this act I think they've paid the price and I pray for their freedom. to be jailed for three years. Prosecutors are calling for the trio Finance news now. The Dow Jones index finished down 10 points. index finished down 10 points. Finance news now. The Dow Jones European markets were mixed. Greece's unemployment rose to 23. Greece's unemployment rose to 23.1% last month. Youth unemployment, 55% last month. Youth unemployment, 55%. Put that in perspective, our unemployment, 5. unemployment, 5.2%. unemployment, 5.2%

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Time for sport in London with Mark Beretta. Kochie, it has been a great day here. canoe sprint crew Our men's K4 1,000m of the London Olympics. has won Australia's sixth gold medal early in the race The boys took the lead until they crossed the finish line, and that's where they stayed and the Czech Republic. ahead of Hungary Diver Brittany Broben, Our youngest Australian team member, in the women's 10m platform. has claimed silver Melissa Wu finished fourth. have beaten Hungary 13-11 our women's water polo team taking the bronze. have been forced Matthew Belcher and Malcolm Page in the men's 470 sailing class. to wait another day to claim a medal due to a lack of wind. The final race has been delayed The Opals will chase a bronze medal with the US. after losing their semifinals bout the Americans proved too strong, Our girls put up a brave fight but winning 86-73. shared the same fate The Kookaburras in the semis of the men's hockey. Despite getting off to a good start, they went down to Germany 2-4. Now, guys, you see just over my shoulder, that big red tower, getting a lot of e-mails and one from Ian Jones in Queensland, it is the Arselo metal orbit, it is $ the Arselo metal orbit, it is worth $30 million and it was funded by the Arselo metal orbit, it is worth

Britain's richest man, Laxmy Mittel, it will stay there as it will stay there as Britain's largest artwork after the games. Have you walked up? Yes, it is a beautiful view and you can see past the precinct into London. me think of footy tips. the precinct into London. That makes

There you go. Let's get back James Tobin at probably one of our There you go. Let's get back to most spectacular locations so far. He is at the Hay. A beautiful Churchill Arms, a beautiful spot? It He is at the Hay. A beautiful -- is, Beretts. One of the great things about London is the culture of stopping in a public house on the way home and having a drink. Now, we haven't had much of a summer so far, by by -- comparison to Australian haven't had much of a summer so far,

stnadards but it is a balmy night and we are hanging out at Churchill Arms. It is a spectacular and we are hanging out at the pub. If you are into flowers, this is the place. We will check it out in a second but now 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. is bringing a few showers A cold front to north-east New South Wales. are potentially damaging Cold south-west winds Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. and are causing showers in New South over the Alps. Snow is falling to 700m is keeping elsewhere clear and dry. A large high The Churchill Arms at Notting Hill. Come on in. It is a fantastic old pub. It is dedicated to Sir Winston Churchill. There is memorabilia everywhere. To me, it reminds me of what what you would see in an outback pub in Australia. There is stuff everywhere. I don't think there is a spare centimetre anywhere, you can spend all afternoon checking it out while enjoying a refreshing beverage. It is happening. It is 10:30 in the evening and the light has just gone. It is a thing to do in England, just pop into a local pub and have a drink. Yes. You owe it to Londoners to do that. Too right. Now, it is time to escape the winter chill and here is your chance to do it in style on Hayman Island, no doubt. direct to Hamilton Island Thanks to Jetstar you can fly then catch a luxury launch transfer to Hayman. It's just $49 from Brisbane, $99 from Sydney and $109 from Melbourne. That's not the launch! That's the plane fair to -- plane fare to get to Hamilton. And why not pamper yourself in a pool room. and stay three nights at Hayman Including return airfares, from Brisbane. prices start at $781 per person until midnight on Monday These deals are only on sale and conditions do apply. To book, call 131 538 or visit jetstar.com Lucky I didn't say darts room, there you go. After the break - stalled or just idling? The boss of one of Australia's biggest car companies hits back at claims the local industry is doomed. Plus, heartbreak in London as our men's relay team misses the final in the Olympic stadium. And, if you're in Brisbane and heading to the Ekka this weekend, don't miss the Fresh Fair at the Woolworths Pavilion. There will be tonnes of tastings and produce sampling. MAN: Out here... I'll tell you what it's like out here. Oh, it's got its challenges. (FIRE RUSTLES) Can get a bit warm sometimes. Steady, steady. Back up. Here, here. (NEIGHS) She really loves me, that one. (SNIGGERS) Yeah, sure she does, mate. Oh, some things can get a bit tricky. (FLIES BUZZ) But do you know what?

You get to work with your mates. And then there's all that fresh air. Yeah, mate. MAN: Here we go. Just another day in paradise! Yeah, too right. Mate, it's the best place on earth.

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65 years since the Roswell UFO incident. What really happened? Tomorrow a new version from the original investigator. He will join us live with his bombshell claims. Plus, meet Plus, meet the maestro. Indiana Jones rr theme plays) Jones rr theme plays). John is a legend of music. A rare Jones rr theme plays). John Williams interview on 'Weekend Sunrise', from 7:00 tomorrow. Windy and a few showers. A top of 16. That burst of spring has gone but it was fun while it lasted. Australia has had more success, adding to its medal tally overnight. thanks to a gold from our men's kayak 4 team as well as silver from teenage diver Britany Broben and a bronze in the women's water polo. But the event everyone was waiting for was men's 200 metre final where Usain Bolt made history, becoming the first man ever to defend the 100m and 200m Olympic titles. We're joined now by Olympians Tamsyn Lewis and Jana Pittman. Good morning to you both. Usain Bolt, amazing. Confident going it to the race? He was saying hello to everyone on the start line. A very spectacular moment but tonight the 100 record was smashed by Rodesha. Faster than Seb Coe and faster than anyone else in the world. An amazing night with Usane double, double and Rodesha. Sounds good. Our men's 400 metre relay team failed to qualify for the final. What went wrong, do you think? Um, I think people are talking about what went wrong. They went and qualified 13th fastest. They probably exceeded expectations really. They only just missed that final. Chroncontrary to -- contrary to reports that are going around, the boys are collectively disappointed. I have spoken to them, they get on well, they are in the village and bitterly disappointed but plotting their way to get on to the medals dais for Rio. The Rio. The games are nearing an end. We are talking about who will carry the flag. The team boss hasn't decided but traditionally a gm decided but traditionally a gm rrest -- gold medallist. The spirit in the bigger teams are very lively around the village. So these gold medals that happen continue to help the spirit and continue to help spirit and continue to help strive to a higher level. There are so many names to choose from. We had a from the audience this morning, pierce paors, what a-- Sally Pearson names to choose from. We had a vote

to do it? I think Sally would be brilliant. Winning a gold medal on the track, which hasn't been done since Cathy Freeman, a worthy winner. But stiff opposition Anna Meares. But I want to tell you, winner. But stiff opposition with tonight I ran into someone that told me, Kochie apparently, used to, in his kids' little Aths days commentate and wake up families around the north shores with his dulcet tones. Apparently he sounded like a horsecase caller. He wakes people up every morning with his voice in a different way. Welcome to Sunrise who do you think? I think Sally Pearson and Drew Ginn, he has been to four Olympics and come back with a medal every time. My other favourite would be Steve Hooker. We haven't seen his final, if he gets another gold medal it would be two in a row and sensational. Yes, what an amazing field which is really good. Home celebrations when the an amazing field to choose from,

celebrations when the like team comes back have been announced and kicking off August 20 in Sydney. How does it feel to be welcomed home by the public? It is really great, obviously most of the games are held away from our home shores. When you get home it is nice to be part of the celebrations that, you know, that go from being back home. Because obviously, when you are away you get the hero grams and everything but it makes you feel no matter if you came away with a medal or a personal best you are part of a team and the public is really proud of you. We are, as a member of the public and a nonathlete to say we are proud, we are. Girls, are proud, we are. Girls, thanks for joining us, thanks. Over the last couple of days we've been talking about just how tough the car industry is doing it and the incentives out there to buy new wheels. Holden is offering a 0.5% deal on some of its range. And Honda and Renault have 0% interest rates on offer. All that points to challenging times for our car industry, But Holden remains hopeful of a bright future. Managing director Mike Devereux joins us now. Good morning, Mike. You have the high Aussie dollar Jtsds all Look, Australians could love a car manufacturing industry to stay in Australia but the high Aussie dollar, cheaper competition, how can you survive? Well, the first thing you got to do is make cars people want to want to buy. Frustrating thing for me, quite often is a lot of people don't knho we make a big car in the Commodore but right here Commodore but right here in Australia make a very fuel-. Australia make a very fuel- efficient small car called the Cruz. Top ten cars and top five cars built by Australians for Australia and not a lot of people know it. It a lot of people know it. It is part of the marketing advertising or do we think small car, Korean or Japanese? We have been known for making large wheel-drive cars. We have invested a lot of money to make a small, fuel-efficient car, it is the fourth best selling and it is call the Holden call the Holden Cruz and you get it for 0. for 0.4% for 0.4%. Falcon only sold 700 cars last months. Commodores are down, Cruzs are down. Do you have fooexport to survive? We do. We had a tough month in July, a lot of refinancing so we being sharper with our pricing in August. It is a misnomer, we do export to South Africa and to the US with our police car program. Next year, the comder rr will be esh - commodore will be launched as the SS V8 sports sedan, the V8s, it will be the NASCAR car. They are They are all running commodores starting at the Daytona 500 next year. Is that the secret? Concentrate on what we do best and sell it to the best of the world. Do you want the dollar to come down? I can't control the dollar. We need a business market where we are efficient and effective in our home market and tunicly go after exports markets with cars like the Commodore sports sedan. We can't control central banks propping up their economies, I can't deal with that, I just got to run my business. You are confident of a bright future. Our taxpayer subsidies is not dp money after bad? Well, $ after bad? Well, $1 billion commitment from Holden, $ commitment from Holden, $4 billion in parts and moving the parts to our plant, a $ plant, a $10 billion commitment from GM Holden, yes. We wish you well, you employ Australians. So the bottom line, think small car, think Australian. Yes p yes, always think. Kochie, forget the medal tally, I want to show you the medal quilt. Lee has made this. If you look, every sport we are in is represented on here. And then, Lee explain, you did beautiful little sequins? They represent the medals e represent the medals we have won in every sport, so, gold, silver and bronze. You have done a lot of work. Rowing is getting a gathering, diving, cycling, swimming, water polo, beautiful job. She made it especially for us, Kochie. Thank you rb love it. Wonderful. New is coming up. Then, the star of 'Hey Dad...!' arrested in London, accused of sexually assaulting children. And a new milestone for singer Carly Rae Jepson and her hit 'Call Me Maybe'.

# Always a winner # (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Our Olympic audience is back in action this morning. And we're keeping our energy up by snacking on fresh fruit, thanks to Woolworths. They don't need more energy, by They don't need more energy, by the look of it. Just kidding. Let's check in with our showbiz editor Nelson Aspen on the streets of New York. And the song you can't get out of your head, Nick Etchells, our Melbourne correspondent, his favourite. Carly Rae Jepson's 'Call Me Maybe' has notched up a new record. The song that can't get out of anybody's head, including Bill board, because, there goes a New York city pigeon, it is the top 100, including Gotye's someone I used to know rr. But don't worry about Black-Eyed Peas they are still there. A bit more anticipation and know rr. But don't worry about the

pressure on Carly because her debut album 'Kiss' comes out September 18. And Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr just can't keep her clothes on, Come olg Come Come on, she's got her boots on. Famed photographer, Terry Richardson took it. She is not against taking her clothes off for art's sake. She did it for a French photographer and he posted the shots on his web site, but on his web site, but up fortunately for Miranda, they got leaked and the photograph has taken them down. The Internet is abuzz. We do marvel at her post baby pod, she credits it to 80% healthy dineing and 20% indle 80% healthy dineing and 20% indolence. -- indulgence. indolence. -- indulgence. If you emulate that, you will have a body like Miranda. Got the attention of the year 6 boys from Kensington Public. You can learn a lot in breakfast television. It is black and white. No, she is in grey. How many shades? Let's talk about the singer famous for

singer famous for 'Jesse's Girl' has been in trouble with the law for drink driving? Shoo drink driving? Shoo, The on again, off again soap star was arrested in May for driving intoxicated but he has allegedly threatened a police officer. He was facing jail time. But he has cut quite a deal. He has officer. He was facing jail time. got three day -- three days of probation and traffic school. Let's look at Miranda again. No. No, get no focus out of the guys in the studio. Here are the top stories on Sunrise.

Actor Robert Hughes faces court in London, accused of sexually assaulting five children. Australia's K4 canoe crew live on their historic win.

officers record attacking a young An investigation launched after inmate. The guaranteed way to cut your fuel bill by thousands. . The Veronicas are live, they're back home with new music. SONG: # Reach out for the sunrise Right across Australia, This is Sunrise on seven, with Kochie and Mel. And our studio audience is back with us again. And it's a busy morning.

The overnight Olympic action is coming up but we'll begin with the latest from the Seven Newsroom. Former 'Hey Dad...!' star Robert Hughes is set to fight an Australian extradition order over allegations he sexually assaulted five girls. The 63-year-old faced court in London overnight where he was granted conditional bail. After a 2-year police investigation, Robert Hughes arrested over crimes dating back more than 20 years to his heyday as Australia's favourite on-screen dad. All the years I spent trying to teach my children to have a sense of responsibility may not have been in vain. Two years before Hughes was cast as Martin Kelly it's alleged he sexually assaulted a family friend's daughter. He's also accused of exposing himself to a young child co-star on the set of 'Hey Dad...!'. The details first surfaced in 2010 when Sarah Monahan, who played Hughes' youngest on-screen daughter, Jenny, went public with claims he had touched her inappropriately. He would, like, touch my boobs and then because I was always on his lap, you know, he'd always, like, grab my (BLEEP) or, you know, put his hand, like, right here. Hughes denied the allegation. I'm absolutely puzzled as to why this is being said now. REPORTER: Well, she's not the only one, Robert, there are a number of women. Everything now is in the hands of defamation lawyers. But Strike Force Ruskin was formed to investigate the complaint. It was here police finally caught up with Hughes in a rented suburb with one of London's most exclusive suburbs. He living with his wife for two years. As part of the investigation, police spoke to Delta Goodrem, who appeared on the show, An arrest warrant was issued in May in relation to 11 offences. Australian police are en route to London to sort his extradition. One person is dead and another is missing following two separate house fires in Sydney. Early this morning emergency services responded to reports of a fire at a Duplex in Blaxland. A body was found inside the home as fire crews worked to extinguish the flames. A crime scene has been established and specialist units are working to establish how the blaze began. And a person is unaccounted for following a house fire in Sydney's south. The home in Cronulla burst into flames late yesterday afternoon. Authorities have been unable to enter the home due to structural damage. A bikie clubhouse in Brisbane has been sprayed with bullets in a drive-by shooting early this morning. No-one was inside the Rebels headquarters at Albion when multiple shots were fired into the building. Police have established a crime scene and have located several bullet casings. Security vision has been released showing three New South Wales police officers violently assaulting a young man following his arrest. The video shows Corey Barker being kicked and beaten by the officers

after he was taken into custody in Ballina last year. It goes against initial claims made by the group that it was Mr Barker who had assaulted a police officer at the station. The New South Wales Police Integrity Commission has launched an investigation into the alleged cover-up. Coming up - the guaranteed way to save thousands on your fuel bill. But first here's Kochie. Nat, a pretty quiet night on overseas markets. The Dow is down 10 points. But more good job figures to go with our good jobs figures yesterday, unemployment at just 5. yesterday, unemployment at just 5.2% yesterday, unemployment at just 5.2%. 5.2%. A lot of information out of yesterday, unemployment at just China showing their economy is still very solid. Let's catch up with all the day's sport with Beretts in London? Hey, Kochie, more medals here. Our men's K4 1,000m crew has claimed Australia's sixth gold medal of the London Games. David Smith, Tate Smith Murray Stewart and Jacob Clear led from start to finish, delivering our first kayaking gold at Eton Dorney. Our K4 1,000m crew went straight to the front and were never headed. COMMENTATOR: Gold medal for Australia at Eton Dorney! It's Australian first team gold medal in kayaking, David Smith, Tate Smith, Murray Stewart and Jacob Clear the successful crew. It's hard to take it in. I think it will take quite a while for that to really sink in. A medal could have been nice but this is incredible. A dream result for 16-year-old Brittany Broben - silver in the women's 10m platform. Please don't pinch me because I never want to wake up, it's amazing. The Stingers claimed water polo bronze, Gemma Beadsworth sealing an overtime win against Hungary. That's in! That's the game, she's sealed it. The Kookaburras will play off for bronze after losing to Germany 4-2. So too will The Opals, they led the United States at half-time, but lost by 13. And fans flocked to the Olympic Stadium in anticipation of seeing Usain Bolt become the first Olympian in history to defend the 100m and 200m sprint titles. The Jamaican sensation didn't disappoint. Usain Bolt does the double, double. Yes, quite incredible, everyone is doing the Bolt in London tonight. So taking a look at the medal tally - we've won a medal of every colour in the past 12 hours, pushing us up into the top 10 Geelong has been hit hard by injuries ahead of tonight's clash against West Coast to kick off Round 20 of the AFL. but there was no sign of him when the Cats arrived in Perth. There are reports he has a hamstring problem while James Kelly and Josh Hunt have already been ruled out. The Eagles welcome back skipper Darren Glass and Andrew Embley. All the action tonight's on Seven and 7mate. Round 23 of the NRL gets underway in Gosford tonight with in-form South Sydney up against reigning premiers Manly. Much of the focus in the build-up has been on the Rabbitohs rookie sensation Adam Reynolds who'll be going head-to-head with Sea Eagles half-back Daly Cherry-Evans. In tonight's other clash, the Titans welcome back Greg Bird from injury for their clash with the Storm in Melbourne. Guys, a big night here. Usain Bolt is the talk of London after the in the 200. The first man to win the is the talk of London after the win titles back to back in two Games. Incredible. Thank you, Beretts, you have come up with your official medal table, this is the real medal tally. tally. Of course, if you medal table, this is the real medal billions of people you will win more medals. This is your medals divided tally. Of course, if you got

by your population. We are currently 8th. Which is terrific. Grenada, Jamaica doing well, the Kiwis and Estonia, but US and China mow to be seen. We are still behind the Estonia, but US and China mow where Kiwis? They don't have many people. It is their year. Let's go to James with the weather in the pub. Hello! Good morning everyone in Australia. The Churchill Arms in Notting hill, this is a magnificent pub, it has won Fuller's Pub Four years in a row. It is the best floral pub and best local pub. Gerry has been a publican for 28 years? More than a job? Heavens, it is a life, it is my life literally, inside and outside. job? Heavens, it is a life, it is my life literally, inside and outside. job? Heavens, it is a life, it is my life literally, inside and outside. The nature of our business is not a 9-to-5 job, it is 24 hours a day. 28 years go when you became the publican, did it look like this with the flowers? No, no, no, very bare, just a plain building and inside a plain pub. But of course, it was 250 years old and it has a lot of culture and a lot of history. Since then I have collected, collected and grown the outside. It has grown over the years. We will take you inside. The artefacts are amazing. You can see when you go inside. I love collecting. I love all history and bits and pieces that suit the pub as well. well. It is where the customers, you get people bringing you bits and bits and pieces that suit the pub as

pieces they have at home, from their pubs. Stick with us for one moment, Gerry as we look at the forecast in Australia. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's lamp and chandelier sale. With 50% of your second lamp or chandelier. Sale ends Sunday. The chance of some early snow at Dubbo. Now, yesterday we were in a pub Amy Winehouse used to serve beers at. You had royalty here recently? Now, yesterday we were in a pub that

Yes, two weeks ago. Behind the bar? Behind the bar as well, terrific, Prince Edward is the patron of the London Garden Society. They have chosen us for an award. Hello to Australian who used to work at the pub? Owen and your lovely wife Kate, you met here, have three lovely children and emigrated back Tasmania. You are always on my mind. children and emigrated back to Hello to the O'Drivgals. Hello to the O'Drivgals. -- O'Driscolls. Former 'Hey Dad...!' star Robert Hughes has been arrested in London, accused of sexually assaulting five children. The 63-year-old actor is now set to fight an Australian extradition order. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew is outside Westminster Magistrates' Court in London. Eddy, what do we know about these alleged offences? Well, Mel, the arrest warrant covers 11 offences dating back to a period of five years between 1985 and 1990. So starting before 'Hey Dad...!' Was on air. There are five alleged victims, as you mentioned. Police say the first was a family daughter, Robert Hughes is also accused of sexually and indees ently say the first was a family friend's

-- indecently assaulting friends of his daughter as well as members of the 'Hey Dad...!' Cast aged 12 years old. It ranges from exposing himself to more serious than that. Robert Hughes has always denied any wrong doing. Today in court, his lawyers argued he is a man of 'Good character and no previous criminal history' they say he tried to cooperate with New South Wales aon this. They say they will fight the extradition but had the hearing is set down for midSeptember, guys. Eddy, when will Hughes face court? Will he remain in custody? Well, this was a bit confusing today, Kochie. He was granted bail by the court, even though the lawyers for Australian police argue he was a flight risk. He was able to get flight risk. He was able to get that $ flight risk. He was able to get that $90,000 together but not post it before the court closed so he is in custody this evening. It is likely he will be back here in the morning, London time, to post the bail. It comes with strict conditions. He must remain in his house, just around the corner from here in one of London's best suburbs with an 8:00 curfew and wear an electronic ankle bracelet and have no contact with children under 16. Today we heard from one of his alleged victims, Sarah Monahan, she Tweeted: she is based in the US, delighted to hear this news hear this news. Of course, we don't know if she is one of the five victims relating to these charges. No details of names have been released in court today. OK, let us know what happens. Thank you very much. Let's go from London to Brisbane. where an outlaw bikie gang's clubhouse has been shot up overnight. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is there. Michelle, how much damage is there? Good morning, guys. It is extensive damage at the Rebels clubhouse. Multiple bullets have been sprayed. Can you see the yellow markers on the road? They are from the bullet casings police picked up and they ran out of numbers at 20 and it is believed they picked up another 10 bullets. Numerous shots have fired in a residential suburb of Brisbane. At 3:00, neighbours say it bullets. Numerous shots have been

was extremely loud and scary and sounded like fireworks going off. Neighbours only live a few metres across the road. It is a very busy suburb. It comes a day after the federal police raided another bikie club house at Alderly yesterday. How scary? Is it residential or industrial? Do they have neighbours? No, this is very much a residential neighbourhood. The clubhouse is here. It looks like a big Queenslander. Across the road, is a huge apartment building, there was young teenagers I spoke to who Queenslander. Across the road, there

say they heard it lapening at 3 -- happening at 3:00 rr and it was very scary and they saw people running down the road. Police won't say much accept to say they are looking for the offenders. -- spent to say they are looking Our performance at the Games has sparked debate over sports funding. About $170 million is spent on elite sport here every year. And about $100 million of that has gone towards our Olympics campaign. That's not counting the Institute of Sport. So is more money the answer, or is the real issue where and how we spend it? Let's check in with our Big Guns of Politics - Environment Minister Tony Burke in Sydney and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey in Melbourne. Good morning to you both. Tony, do we need a complete overhaul of our sports funding? I think it is always good, Kochie, to have a conversation about how you can get more people involved in sport. But I don't accept, at all, the basis of some of this conversation at the moment, as though, somehow, our athletes have done a bad job over there. We have been absolutely punched above our weight in London. Overnight, Brittany Broben, 16 years old, youngest member of the team, silver medal. You know, I spent a fair bit of time on a kayak, watching the K 4, they are doing something different to what I tried to do. I don't see what's wrong, right at the moment, with just being incredibly proud of the fact we have got some of the best people in the world competing over there. Yeah, Joe, I guess too, when you talk about funding, the big balance is going to be finding out between going back to basics and spending it on sport in schools or spending it at the elite level? Well, Mel, I have spent no time in a kayak but agree with Tony. Our athletes have done extremely well. You know, the solution to everything is not always more money. Sometimes there are other solutions. And we will find out what they are. But $

But $100 70 million a year on top of what is already spent with the Sports Commission on top of amount of money that is spent on Sports Commission on top of the infrastructure, stadiums and a range of other things, it is not always money. Sometimes there are other factors at play. We probably should more on coaches to keep the best coaches or get even boater coaches if that is what is needed. But I just don't subscribe to this view our athletes have let us down. Thrave rr done a great job and I don't -- they've done a great job. Moving on, and the biggest boatload of asylum seekers in five years has been rescued in Australian waters. 211 refugees were on board the vessel when it made a distress call on Wednesday. Tony, it's the largest number since Labor has been has been in power. Does the Government need to act to break the policy deadlock on asylum seekers? Well, ever since that High Court decision came down, we need the parliament to act to be able to take the sorts of measures that stop people putting their lives at at sea. Now, I've got comments, people putting their lives at risk Joe's got comments where we can throw blame at each other but there is no doubt when you look at it, when parliament rose at the sittings, the parliament itself failed in terms of delivering an outcome. We are going to get a chance in the next few weeks. It won't be long before we get the report from the committee that has been trying to find the way through. I think we have got to approach, from every different political view, these next parliamentary sittings these need to be fixed and work together. Do we wait for the independent committee to find the solution? Look, it was fixed. The boats stops. The Government the rules, now the boats are coming. boats stops. The Government changed Go back to the formula that works. It is as simple that. We can have committees and inquiries and on our heads but the bottom line we had a formula, it committees and inquiries and stand

we had a formula, it worked, the Government changed it and now we on our heads but the bottom line is

want to go back to the formula that worked. Seems pretty simple well High Court ruling that came down last year, that changed and meant worked. Seems pretty simple well the

that even what the Howard Government had previously done would no longer be legal. So we need to parliament to act. Unless we can find a way of working together we are caught in a deadlock which just sees all these challenges get worse. OK. Well, it was, matex to be fair, and I'm trying to be fair to you, it Kevin Rudd that changed the rules. trying to be fair to you, it was He was the one that changed the rules, got rid of temporary protection visas and so on. It Kevin Rudd that got us into this protection visas and so on. It was mess and the government doesn't know how to get us out of it and we've offered a solution. OK, thank you. Any time. See you next week. Have a good day. Drivers are being warned not to get too comfortable with the stable petrol prices we've seen over the past week. Economists are tipping the cost of fuel is about to rise again. But Sunrise reporter Sally Bowrey has found some simple ways to save thousands of dollars at the pump. Good morning. What's the secret? Well, Kochie, it all depends on what car you drive. Small cars have taken out the top three spots as the cheapest cars on the road. If you are not driving one of them, there are still other ways to save at the pump. Where are we going? We are going in the city, Buby. Clare Tokareff has a 2-hour drive to work and that's just one way. It's a trip the mum of two says she can no longer afford. It's becoming a lot out of reach, as a single mum, for me to drive to work every day would cost well and truly over $ truly over $100. You can't do it. It is impossible. Every time the price of fuel jumps up, Clare has to cut back. Petrol is up to the $ back. Petrol is up to the $1. back. Petrol is up to the $1.40 mark, we don't go out that weekend. It is very difficult at the moment. She downgraded to a more fuel-efficient car. She said the switch has saved her thousands. New figures show the top three to run are all, not surprisingly, small cars. The saouz easy Alto, the I20 all cost $ all cost $120 in fuel. The average Aussie family spends $ Aussie family spends $11,000 a year on petrol. Slopping around can saveio -- shopping around can save you up to $ you up to you up you up 20 cents a litre. Be careful how you drive the car, if you run the air conditioner too much, driving with a led foot will increase consumption and don't carry unnecessary weight. Get the golf clubs out of the car if you don't need them. A few extra steps to go the extra mile. It is good news, considering we saw record SUV sales across Australia so far this year. Unlike the days when my grandpa drove around to every petrol station looking for a bargain to drive back to the first one, you can do it online with web sites like Motor Mouth and Fuel Watch. Coming up - Aussies fight back against the banks. The lengths people will go to just to save $2. And, the Veronicas back home and with new music. They're live, soon.

Win your share of $100,000. The Cash Cow returns but only to Seven Sunrise, Monday. # Always a winner with gold # This morning, celebrity cook Donna Hay is spoiling our audience. Look at what she is doing. Entree with a little parfait, I have got the dregs left because it was so yummy. And Brioche sandwiches with pruchutey, mustard and cheese. Sraegs sraegs Proscuitto. We have got half each. Australia claimed its sixth gold medal overnight when the men's kayak 4 triumphed in the 1,000m sprint at Eton Dorney. The crew of Tate and David Smith, Murray Stewart and Jacob Clear ahead of Hungary and the Czech Republic. and only our third kayaking gold, ever. The guys are are Beretts now in London. Kochie, Mel, we love welcoming our gold medallists. Dave, congratulations. Nervous at the start? There was a recall, Hngary broke early but you regrouped fine? It is always nerve wracking when there is a break at the start, it puts everyone nerves on edge. We try to go early and give a push on blocks and we never know if it was us. But it was the Hungarians next to go early and give a push on the

to us. We knew they were going to be our competition but it held them in the second start. It gave us a our competition but it held them off chance to nail the start again and we did. Fantastic. Tell us about the effort, you can see in the race you guys gave it everything? It only comes around once every four years so you put it all out there on the line. Today it paid off for us. And, yeah, it was fantastic. It was brilliant. Murray, great story, this crew finished tenth in Beijing and now we have got the gold medal. An amazing turn around. Tell us about you? How did you come together? Did you know you were going to achieve this? I think we dreamed of the fact we might achieve it. But it has been a process, it has been a four-year process. We built the crew up slowly over the years, with a few other guys coming into the mix. But we have sort of gone from have sort of gone have sort of gone strength to strength. We were -- gone strength. We were -- gone from strength to strength. We were 5th last year so the logical progression was to step up one. Logical, of course. You get a special medal, you almost broke the paddle at one stage? Lucky they are made pretty well. You are pretty pumped. We saw it just before. It is pretty emotional to cross the line and the whole experience and the adrenalin pumping. You don't know what to do. You are screaming and yelling. I just hope I didn't look too much like an idiot: kblmpt it went OK. -- it went OK. There is a packet of Tim-Tams and a Caramello Koala, one each, just rip into them tonight in the village. Good on them. Give them our best, Beretts. A great story too, didn't even make the final four years agoer were the favourites back in -- four years ago, were the favourites in Beijing and just worked hard for four years. It is a great example. Later - the video game marathon that left a teen in hospital. Why his mum didn't realise he was addicted until he almost died. News headlines first, though, here's Nat. Former 'Hey Dad...!' star Robert Hughes has been granted bail in London after being arrested over alleged child sex offences. The 63-year-old, who played Martin Kelly in the popular television sitcom, faced court overnight. His arrest follows a 2-year international investigation into alleged sexual and indecent assault charges against five girls in Sydney between 1985 and 1990. He will have to wear an electronic tag, abide by a night-time curfew and is banned from being alone with anyone aged under 16. A house fire in the New South Wales Blue Mountains has proved fatal with emergency crews locating a body inside the Blaxland home. A crime scene has been established and specialist units are working to establish how the blaze began. And a person is missing following a house fire in Sydney's south. The home in Cronulla went up in flames around 5:30 yesterday evening. Firefighters were quick to evacuate nearby neighbours. Emergency crews are likely to try and enter the house later today. The Federal Government is under increasing pressure to fix the political deadlock on border protection following the dramatic rescue of more than 200 asylum seekers. Navy vessels picked up 211 people north-east of Christmas Island after sending out a distress call on Wednesday. Crews had to wait until sea conditions improved before they could transfer passengers from the stricken boat. We need the Parliament to act and unless we can find a way of working together we're caught in a deadlock which just sees all these challenges get worse. It's the single biggest boatload of refugees detained since Labor claimed power in 2007. An Australian study has found heavy marijuana use over a long period of time does lead to brain damage. Scientists in Melbourne used magnetic resonance imaging to scan the brains of nearly 60 people who had been using cannabis for, on average, 15 years. They compared these with people who had never used the drug and found damage to the brain's memory and learning capacity. They say the earlier people start their marijuana habit, the worse the effects. Sport now, here's Beretts. Hey, greetings from London, Nat. Our women's water polo team, the Stingers, claimed a bronze medal. Their match against Hungary went to overtime where two goals from Gemma Beadsworth got the Aussies home 13-11. Matthew Belcher and Malcolm Page have been forced to wait another day to claim a medal in the men's 470 sailing class. The final race has been delayed due to a lack of wind.

That will come up tomorrow. The Opals will chase a bronze medal after losing their semifinal showdown with the US. Our girls put up a brave fight but the Americans proved too strong, winning 86-73. The Kookaburras shared the same fate in the semis of the men's hockey. Despite getting off to a good start, they went down to Germany 2-4. And Sam Willoughby and Khalen Young to make the semifinals of the men's BMX. That was an That was an action-packed round. Our men's K4 1,000m team has won Australia its sixth gold medal of the London Olympics. They boys were out in front from the start of the race and kept it up until they made it across the finish line. For some of the crew, the full extent of their achievement is yet to sink in. We are Olympic champions and we'll be taking this for the rest of our lives as the greatest moment we've ever experienced. Our youngest Olympic team member, 16-year-old diver Brittney Broben, put in an outstanding performance in the women's 10m platform, taking out the silver medal. Sprint king Usain Bolt has made history here in London as the first man ever to defend 100m and 200m Olympic titles. It was a Jamaican treble in the 200m final with Bolt defeating Yohan Blake and Warren Weir. in anticipation of seeing the Jamaican superstar achieve his goal of becoming an athletics legend, and they certainly weren't disappointed. It has been a madgeing night here in London. Alright, let's go to -- it's been a magic night hereen London. been a magic night hereen London -- here enLondon. Flowers and beer is coming together? Get this, it is an English pub, run by an Irishman, with a Thai kitchen. It is wonderful. It is called Churchill Arms in 'Notting Hill'. It wonderful. It is called the is dedicated to Sir Winston Churchill. It is a pub but also a monument to war time history. It is full to the brim of historic artefacts that Gerry the publican has collected in his 25 years of running the pub. It is the first pub in England to have a Thai pub and they have had it for 25 years, a fact fact Gerry is very proud of. As look at the forecast around Australia. fact Gerry is very proud of. As we

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It's called the Churchill Arms, named after named after Sir Winston Churchill. Gerry, his daughter came in for a drink? How about that. I'm still a bit shocked, after four years, every night we do a huge Churchill night and we transform the pub. It is like a museum, we all dress up, the customers, with the music and the songs and the whole songs and the whole thing. And his doter, I am -- daughter, I am still amazed. She spent three hours sitting here in the afternoon, she talked about the hours and the pub and the business where I come from in Ireland. She is so delighted we do what we do for her father. She kept talking about, " kept talking about, "My father this, my father that." To hear about that is something special. What I am most impressed, you made sure you got a photo and stuck it up, pride of place in the pub. I wanted a photographer before she left and she said, " said, "Definitely, no problem." said, "Definitely, no problem.". This has got to be one of the best pubs in London. In fab, it has won that award. -- in fact, it has won that award. We will be back in half an hour. James? Are you close to the book store We are probably a five-minute walk from the book store, the famous blue door 'Notting Hill' the movie. The owners store, the famous blue door from have changed the colour now they got too many tourists. I would go in for a shop myself, but anyway. have changed the colour now because

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