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(generated from captions) the asylum seeker processing centre. Labor MPs ready to re-open the life of an Aussie tourist The holiday hotspot claiming every nine days. over our medal haul in London. Our Olympic boss takes aim $3,000 a year. Plus, why you're wasting And The Wiggles live for their fans. with a special announcement (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Hello, and welcome to a new week. with The Wiggles We always enjoy catching up and you'll see that next hour. another old friend today And we're going to catch up is back on Sunrise because the Cash Cow and she has $100,000 to give away. She's been in a very good paddock. She's relaxed and generous but let's begin with the news this Monday. London's Olympic closing ceremony of British music is being billed a symphony with 4,000 performers, best known musicians taking part including some of Britain's in the 3-hour event. Highlights include and Queen, the Pet Shop Boys, George Michael as well as The Spice Girls. Australian team into the stadium Sailor Malcolm Page will lead the as flag-bearer. he practiced the task with a broom he practised the task with a broom The dual gold medallist told friends to take the honour on Saturday. after being named final day's Olympic results soon. And Beretts will have a wrap of the Senior Labor figures are reportedly the asylum seeker processing centre considering reopening on Nauru to end the people-smuggling trade. as part of a 2-stage proposal is expected to be delivered A report into the matter to the Gillard Government today. given the task of finding a solution An independent expert panel was and the Opposition failed to agree after both the Government on a policy. Queensland Premier Campbell Newman up to 4,000 jobs is reportedly seeking to cut from Queensland Health. such as preventative health Employees in areas and administration as the Government seeks are in the firing line $18-million-a-day wages bill. to reduce the department's More than 7,000 job cuts by the Government have already been identified across the entire public service. have praised a building manager Firefighters on the Gold Coast from a high-rise apartment block after he safely evacuated residents during a fire overnight. of a unit on the third floor. The blaze started in the bedroom he had started the evacuation. By the time we got here down the stairs. People were streaming I've been around a little bit one of the top three I've seen and he's probably as managers evacuate a building. at the time. No-one was in the unit West Australian fisherman The search for a 23-year-old will resume this morning. with two other men Sean Coffey had been fishing in waters off Leeman on Thursday when their boat overturned. was plucked from the water His uncle, Kim Thomsen, by the Seven News helicopter. after being spotted for 20 hours. He'd been treading water Mr Coffey's friend, Bryce Weppner, Rescuers also found but he couldn't be revived. Shocking new figures show every nine days one Australian dies in Bali consular assistance and many more need for health and legal troubles. Department of Foreign Affairs, According to the on the Indonesian island 39 Australians died last financial year and 18 were jailed. The most common reason hospital treatment in Bali for Australians requiring and nightclub brawls. is motorbike accidents Still ahead - who's to blame. where we went wrong in London. Australia's Olympics' boss reveals Thank you, Nat, plenty -- pretty reasonable end to the week in America. America. European markets were down. reasonable end to the week in To our region on Friday, and the All Ords lost 27.

really starting to identify the The Reserve Bank coming out and impact of the high Australian dollar on our economy and our manufacturing. Saying it is starting to become a concern. are out this week. A spattering of economic indicators On Wednesday, will release the wage price index, the Australian Bureau of Statistics in Australia. which tracks wage growth Craig James is at CommSec. Morning. from this data? What are you expecting Yes, Kochie, I think you've identified it. I think the wage price figures out on Wednesday are pretty much the highlights. Really, we don't have toffhop shelf indicators like inflation or economic growth but we have the economic growth but we have the wage price figures. Wages up 1% for the June quarter and 3 first% for incareer. It is not what the Reserve Bank is worrying about, with wage growth we have to give something back, productivity off set. We get to see also whether we are borrowing. Credit card lending figures are out today. The businessser vau is out tomorrow with car sales and consumer confidence on Wednesday. But the other big highlight of the week is we are moving into the earnings season. A number have reported but this is where companies come out with earnings results telling us how they will fair going forward. Something to look for, for everyone. Thank you, keep us up to date this week. Beretts is back in God's own territory after two weeks in the Old Dart. Thank you, a million Olympic memories but we will work them out during the morning. North Melbourne has moved closer in four years to its first AFL finals appearance over Essendon at Etihad Stadium. with a 24-point victory and Daniel Wells Injuries to Leigh Adams didn't deter the Kangaroos. booted three goals Inspirational veteran Brent Harvey in the third term. in the space of three minutes The hat-trick for Harvey. COMMENTATOR: Harvey again - this week Cyril Rioli will have scans after injuring his shoulder over Port Adelaide in Tasmania. in Hawthorn's 72-point win against the Bulldogs, And Richmond flexed its muscles romping to a 70-point victory at the MCG. The Bulldogs refuse to concede is theirs for the taking the NRL minor premiership following their come-from-behind victory over the Broncos at ANZ Stadium. The Dogs are now four points clear on top of the ladder and riding an 11-match winning streak. The Raiders also came from behind against the Panthers in Penrith winning 20-10 to keep their playoff hopes alive. The star-studded US Dream Team has fulfilled its gold medal destiny at the London Olympics. Kevin Durant and LeBron James led the way as Team USA downed Spain by seven points. downed the United States 10-9 to secure seventh spot overall. Michael Shelley was the best-placed Australian in the men's marathon, coming home in 16th, and Chloe Esposito finished a solid seventh in the women's modern pentathlon. Taking a look at the medal tally and the United States has finished on top with 46 gold, 29 silver and 29 bronze. Australia finished in 10th with 7 gold, 16 silver and 12 bronze. Hosts Great Britain finished third with 65 medals overall, their best performance since 1908. They will have a big street party on 10 September to celebrate the Olympic and paraOlympics but they are just wild about it. It has been an extraordinary Olympic Games, by all measures. Brilliant. Good, good, good. They did well. Accept our medal count. Apart from that. The worst since Montreal. Bet you are saying the tickets etc. saying the tickets etc.? Without a doubt, the second-best Olympic Games of all times. I am happy to concede that. Let's go to the weather with Nuala this morning Good morning, yes, Grant is on holiday. I couldn't say, I couldn't be happier to be filling in for him today. I wanted to do this since I the Chocolate Factory', yes, I am to do this since I saw 'Charlie and wearing the right cull were, the first -- right colour, the first Australian Cadbury factory. I am getting a VIP exclusive tour. have been producing chocolate here getting a VIP exclusive tour. They for the last 90 years, we are talking 130 million, million! Blocks of chocolate a year. Just quietly, I'm hoping to leave with quite a bit of that today. I even got them to back the truck up. And I may share, no. But before I get my drool on, we will take a look at the weather. has been absolutely slammed with a cold front that has brought heavy will take a look at the weather. WA

rain, galeforce winds, up to 98km/h on the coast. A lot calmer everywhere else. Let's take a look at the forecast. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, Live your life allergy free, live Claratyne clear. Canberra, fog and a mostly sunny day. Morning fog and frost in Mildura. Now, Willy Wonka may have had his Umpa Lumpa Umpa Lumpas but c have got mine. Good morning! They are going to help me drive the truck when I leave with my booty and they will help me make my own signature block of chocolate. I can put whatever I like into it and I think it will be pretty big. It may not even fit in here. Take a look at me now, three hours-time, might be... You will be an Umpa Lumper? Sl Yes, I will see you in half an hour. Coming up this Sunrise - the controversial new proposal to lock up children who throw out-of-control parties. Critics say that goes too far. But next, the Olympics closing ceremony. We're live to London. A very excited Eddy in London. HAYLEY LEWIS: A tickle in your throat can last for days, which can be really annoying for you and those around you. Non-medicated throat lollies can help but for longer-lasting relief, try Strepsils. Strepsils have a special coating action that lubricates your throat, providing hours of relief. No wonder 8 out of 10 people enjoy better relief with Strepsils. Soothe your annoying throat tickle with Strepsils and live well. VOICEOVER: This program is proudly brought to you by Toyota. (MELODIOUS WHISTLING) Find out how Red Spot is positively different to the big rental-car companies. Go with the underdog and save. London has farewelled the 2012 Games in style, with a $29 million closing ceremony spectacular and some of the biggest names in British music have taken part in the celebrations. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew is at Hyde Park. Getting her groove on. Bopping along. A fantastic event? Look, Mel, just having, organised especially for you. This is Blur playing Hyde Park to 80,000 people. There are as many people here in this for you. This is Blur playing in

concert as there are at the Olympic Stadium for the Closing Ceremony. It is absolutely massive. We have seen over the last couple of weeks London has put on a spectacular Games and we are about to see a Closing Ceremony opened by Closing Ceremony opened by my favourites, the Spice Girls, a top we are about to see a spectacular

black cabs and wearing out. black cabs and wearing out.Fits designed by Posh Beckham and probably her kids in the show. And if you can name a name from British pop history they will be there. We have got George Michael, and Annie Lennox coming in on a ghost Lennox coming in on a ghost ship, Russell Brand, our mades One Direction. It will be unashamedly British, just like the opening ceremonyhy with lots of very funny touches, including a Monty Python skit, 'Always Look On the Bright Side of Life' Our women's K 4 are in high spirits, - -- men's re-creating a London classic image, 'Abbey Road'? You can imagine them showing it to their grand kids, went a London classic image, re-creating

down to abbey down to 'Abbey Road' and re-created the classic Beatles. What impressed them about London was the history. We saw the marathon go Buckingham Palace and the same for the cycling. No other city could We saw the marathon go past

have accomplished that. London has made history being the first city to ever host a modern Olympics three times. It has been incredible. Brilliant. Tell us about Aussie competitor Becky Lee, the walk, finished 28t but still feeling like a winner this morning? It is so cute. It didn't get a medal but the ultimate consolation prize, her

proposed on the finish line and of her, she accepted. There have been 25 proposals we know of during the Games. Including one bloke, performing with his now feonaie in the -- fiance and the Opening Ceremony, as the rings rose into the air, he asked. You can imagine his mates will be mad at him for raising the bar so high. Brilliant. Thank you. Still ahead - the foreign students scamming residency in Australia. Plus, the ultimate Aussie cover version. The rockers who got together to re-create an AC/DC classic. How are you liking the new car? Yeah, good, mate. Leather, sunroof, and if it ever gets written off, no matter how old it gets, GIO will replace it with a brand-new car. Wow. So, even in 12 years time...

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Back on the couch. Making news this morning - the scam being used by Indian students to gain Australian residency. News Limited reports the students are buying fake references which say they've undertaken unpaid work experience. That reference gives them half the points needed to get residency. One man's been jailed over the scam but authorities believe others were also involved. Also making headlines - reports Labor is looking at re-opening the asylum seeker processing centre on Nauru. The Australian Government MPs are ready to do a deal despite the ALP's long-term opposition to the facility on the Pacific island nation. Word of a possible compromise comes ahead of today's release of the findings of an independent panel headed by former defence chief Angus Houston. The report is expected to dominate the resumption of Federal Parliament this week after its winter break. The blame game is underway for Australia's disappointing medal tally in London. Our Olympic Committee president John Coates says the attitude of sporting administrators and not the athletes is the reason our team is returning with just 35 medals. Any corporation's only as good as its CEO or chairman and the direction that's coming from there. They're largely being very, very well funded by the Sports Commission and with that comes the responsibilities of that. That's in contrast to the recent comments of our head swimming coach, Leigh Nugent, who said Australia's easy way of life was to blame for not winning more medals. So, tell us who you think is to blame - the administrators or the athletes? Do we just say, " Do we just say, "Boy, we had an ordinary Games?". We is have had some beauties. We are taxpayers, it is our money, we funded them. Everyone says, " Everyone says, "The Poms spent so much money on sport said, not much more than us. So what happened? It is fair to ask the question and get an answer. I think we deserve an answer too. There is a lot of money going in there. I know everyone tried hard but it is not just the athletes. It is it was a bit all around. Last night, 'Sunday Night' aired a story about rock legends recreating an iconic moment in Australian music history. In 1976, AC/DC took to the back of an old truck in Melbourne's Swanston Street to film the video clip for their song 'It's a Long Way to the Top'. Fast forward 36 years and Brian Cadd, Col Joye, Jim Keays, Russell Morris, John Paul Young and Jon Stevens stunned bystanders once again. # It's a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll. # They were winding back the clock to launch the 10th anniversary tour of the 'Long Way to the Top' music extravaganza. There you go. Hard to beat the original, isn't it? Yeah, but a bit of history. Coming up, looking to buy? How about a zoo? Shortly, the family selling their unusual home and how you can be the next owner. If you want some help with the deposit, stay tuned. Good to have her back. #

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Good luck. There is a few people in the window with puzzled looks that will need explaining. Here is Nat though. Some of Britain's biggest bands are preparing to take the stage at the Olympics closing ceremony in London. Highlights include the reformed Spice Girls as well as Queen and George Michael.

More than 4,000 performers are involved in the 3-hour show. Dual gold medallist Malcolm Page has been given the honour of flag-bearer for the Australian team. He received the Australian flag from basketballer Lauren Jackson who carried the flag at the opening ceremony 16 days ago. And firefighters say smoke from a massive blaze at a recycling factory in East London won't affect the closing ceremony. The wind is taking the smoke in a direction away from Olympic Park.

More than 200 firefighters are on the scene. There are no reports of injuries. Investigators have yet to determine the cause. Australia's Olympic boss says sports administrators should take the blame for our disappointing medal haul in London, and not the athletes. including 7 gold, Our tally of 35 medals, the Barcelona Olympics 20 years ago. is Australia's worst result since

any athletes in terms of attitude, I wouldn't point the finger at I can't do that, and I leave a question mark is as good as it could be on whether the attitude or ownership of some of the sports. in the management in the top five in Rio. He says the team aims to finish final day's Olympic results shortly. And Beretts will have a wrap of the In the day's other news -

our detention centres authorities are searching for 67 asylum seekers missing after leaving Indonesia by boat in June. They told relatives they were going to Christmas Island but haven't been heard from since. It comes as a report into asylum policy is due to be handed to the Gillard Government today but the Opposition has already hinted the findings wont change its stance the findings won't change its stance

against the so-called Malaysian solution. It takes a particular type of arrogance to reject a report's recommendations before you've even seen them. Labor is reportedly considering re-opening Nauru if Malaysia remains a secondary option. have described their horror The parents of a Sydney schoolboy Two men have escaped charges

in a car for seven hours after leaving a 4-year-old boy alone in Sydney's Royal National Park. became lost The boy's father and uncle into dense bushland. when they chased a rooster After a massive land-and-air search, about a kilometre away. they were found father wanted to know The first thing the 27-year-old was, "Where's my boy?". I said, "He's safe". Police also found the rooster.

Everyone's fine. He went the full circle. circle. Dow Jones index is up 43 points over the weekend. Everyone's fine. He went the full

Time for sport. Hawthorn star Cyril Rioli will have scans on a shoulder injury this week, after missing the second half of the Hawks' 72-point win over Port Adelaide in Launceston. Meanwhile, Essendon is on the verge of slipping out of the top eight following a 24-point loss to North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium. The Kangaroos' fifth straight win keeps them on track for a spot in the AFL finals. And Richmond coach Damien Hardwick says his side can go undefeated

for the remainder of the season following their 70-point thrashing of the Bulldogs at the MCG. their NRL finals hopes alive tonight The Knights will be out to keep the resurgent Sharks in Newcastle. with a victory over for a playoff berth Canberra remains in the hunt 20-10 in Penrith. after downing the Panthers on the minor premiership The Bulldogs strengthened their grip

was at his mesmerising best, Ben Barba crossing for a double. for his second major title Rory McIlroy is on track of the US PGA Championship midway through the final round in South Carolina. The Northern Irishman's 10-under, Ian Poulter. two strokes in front of Englishman

slip six shots off the pace. but some costly bogeys have seen him has fulfilled its gold medal destiny The star-studded US Dream Team at the London Olympics. Kevin Durant and LeBron James led the way as Team USA downed Spain by seven points. Our men's water polo team, the Sharks, downed the United States 10-9 to secure seventh spot overall.

Michael Shelley was the best-placed Australian in the men's marathon, coming home in 16th. And Chloe Esposito finished a solid seventh in the women's modern pentathlon. Taking a look at the medal tally

Hosts Great Britain finished third with 65 medals overall, their best performance since 1908. They'll be celebrating that, and telling us all about it for some time to come time to come. We'll have the real medal tally coming up. Yep, and then convin the rest of the

convin the rest of the world. -- convince the rest of the world. Let's look at the weather. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne. Live your life allergy free. Live Claratyne clear. over south-west WA A strong cold front and potentially damaging winds. is generating heavy rain where dangerous surf continues. the nation's south-east clear. A high is keeping

a mostly sunny day in Canberra. Early fog and frost followed by

Nuala is having a bit of a chocolate pig out this morning. How you doing? Pretty... Pretty.... Thank you for doing the pig out this morning. How you doing?

weather for me so I can concentrate on this. The downside of getting an exclusive behind the scenes rr Cadbury tour is that I have to wear this get up. The plus side,

this get up. The plus side, I am surrounded by chocolate. I wish this was smellavision. They are packaging the marvellous creations here. The last point where they gat wrapped up and ready to come into my house. We have have T egd here, the -- Ted here, the local aomp

here, the local aomp lma, they Oompa Loompa here. I need to keep here, the local aomp lma, they -- Nuala here because the chocolate is here. We process milk from northern Tasmania and condense it down in another factory in Burnie to get the condensed milk. And then bring it

here to Claremont and add coca to condensed milk. And then bring it the mix which produces this, called crumb, we bring that milk, that crimb into the factory, add cocoa butter to it and it makes this really nice paste. I have to do this. We refine the paste down and it

it makes this very fine powder, which is basically powdered chocolate. Thythe final product! Oh! Oh!! I'll see you in half an hour. chocolate. Thythe final product!

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Making news this morning in Brisbane, reports 4,000 Queensland Health workers face the sack because of budget cuts. The 'Courier-Mail' says the Newman Government is trying to balance the state's books. Unions are concerned frontline services will suffer but the Government believes it can achieve the extraordinary target without hurting patients. A young Queensland man's facing jail time in the United States after a deadly jet ski collision in Hawaii. Tyson Dagley's family fears

it could be months before he's able to return home. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is following this story. Michelle, tell us more about the fatal crash. Morning, Mel. Well, according to Hawaiian police, Tyson Dagley was standing up on his jet ski and not looking where he was going when he crashed into

crashed into the jet ski with a 16-year-old Californian girl who unfortunately hit her head on the steering wheel and die of a brain injury. They said he was travelling around 60km/h when she was barely moving when the crash lapened. It is only a -- happened. It is only a misdemeanour in the US but the

misdemeanour in the US but the judge posted bail of $ posted bail of $100,000 because he is consider to be a flight is consider to be a flight risk. His girlfriend has girlfriend has has been been charged for deleting video. The matter is due back before the Hawaiian courts tomorrow with Dagley expected to make a plea. If he is charged with

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us informed. Police are set to get tough new powers in a crackdown on wild teen parties in WA. The state Liberal government has promised to double the number of dog patrols and allow police to enter premises without a warrant. They'll also introduce big fines for party hosts under the new legislation. And bring in prison buses to lock up juveniles safely

until parents get there. Chris Gardiner is the CEO of the Police Citizens Youth Clubs. He's with me in the studio. Chris, this is a step in the right direction? Yes, I think so. We want our kids to be safe at parties. We don't want binge drinking. What we are now calling

calling 'Recreational violence' to become habitual and part of our culture. Police operations shouldn't be paralysed by care taking for teenagers. Isn't it terrible, we have recreational violence. Extraordinary. But where do you draw the line between enough power for the police and too much? There is no human right

human right to binge drink and no human right to antisocial behaviour. The human right to antisocial behaviour. The have to give reasons for their actions. They are subject to internal and extrnltternal review and sanction. The problem is not too much power, it is not enough. The prison buses to lock kids up until their parents pick them

their parents pick them up, it is a sobering warning, they will hopefully remember it. The first issue is you have got to work with the police on a Friday and Saturday night to realise how many kids they have to pick up and shuttle back and forwards because there is no parent. So the key issue is attitudeinal and behavioural changes, not just the police responsibility. Have you got

other suggestions? I have got police responsibility. Have you got abuser-pays principal. You need to know what it is going to cost and you are responsible for your behaviour. Overseas they beginning to order kids beginning to order kids into behaviour. Overseas they are programs where you meet the ambos and the cops and the emergencies and you meet the cops who tell you what will happen if it happens again.

will happen if it happens again. In Scotland, where alcohol is the problem, you can get an order to limit your drinking and be forced to wear an alcohol ankle bracelet that reads your alcohol levels through your sweat. If you exceed the limit, a GPS signal goes back to say you breached your order. That is having a big effect, some people are asking to keep the bracelet on because it is having such a good

is having such a good impact on their life. Wow! Aren't they fantastic suggestions. In use overseas and getting results, thanks, Chris, thank you. That is thinking outside the square. thanks, Chris, thank you. Great. Yes, we need to do something. Have you seen the movie 'We Bought A Zoo' about a family who buys a zoo and makes it their home? Well, if that idea appeals, you could make it a reality. Sunrise correspondent Amanda Bachmann has the story. Amanda, tell us about this zoo.

Well, Nat, up for sale is the Parnana Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island. The owners want more time to themselves. But owning a zoo to be a great idea so I headed to KI to check it out. themselves. But owning a zoo seems

Kangaroo Island is an easy ferry ride from Adelaide.

It's postcard-perfect, scenic and peaceful. (BIRDS CALL) Just think, you could wake up to this every day because Parnana Wildlife Park is for sale. It's just the animals are around you all day. It's really lovely, it's really nice. But we've just been doing it long enough - years, in fact. It started as a hobby for Russell and Shirley Ross but a few birds turned into more

and before they knew it, the creatures just kept coming and they owned a kind of zoo. So it just gradually grew and grew. I start to wonder whether I should have collected stamps instead of this. (LAUGHS) And what a collection it is. One of the biggest jobs here is feeding 1,500 animals but it doesn't seem like too bad a job

when it's as cute as little Maurie here, who's a local kangaroo. to eat too. But Dolly the croc needs And so does Shadow, well ... like a pig. who loves apples and eats, keeping up with the menagerie. It's a 24/7 lifestyle But Russell loves it. is in the morning I think the best part when you're feeding the animals the traffic jams in Adelaide and you hear on the radio about all and you're at work, and you've just fallen out of bed with all the traffic. so you don't have to put up

is the tourist buses. The only traffic here Oh, wow! This is great. from all over the world - Visitors come more than 23,000 each year to get up close and personal with all kinds of animals. Hello, hello. Just don't let her bite you. Don't bite me, please.

Right, very brief. Good to meet with you. With this sale you aren't just buying the birds and the animals. There's a 3-bedroom house and a busy little souvenir shop. And if all that isn't enough... It's a great life for a family. It's a great life for children to grow up in and it's a lovely lifestyle. You couldn't pick a better lifestyle - it's great. for someone to buy? Is this a good place

(bird grunts) (bird grunts). I think that was, "Yes". You heard it right from the goose's mouth, Parnana is a great buy and could be yours for $ could be yours for $595,000. Looks mouth, Parnana is a great buy and it good, you get a three

good, you get a three bedroom house. I am sure lots of applications ahead. Great spot. You'd love a zoo, Nat. Yes, someone would love it who loves animals. Might convert her. News is just ahead, from the closing ceremony. including highlights Then later, The Wiggles. with a big announcement. They join us live and exclusive And, has Katy Perry gone from one bad boy to another?

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over our medal haul. Our Olympic boss takes aim the life of an Aussie tourist The holiday hotspot claiming every nine days. Why you're wasting $3,000 a year. And, The Wiggles live with a special announcement for their fans.

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The Olympics have been farewelled in London this morning. and Madness have taken the stage. One Direction, the Pet Shop Boys a symphony of British music The concert is being billed in the 3-hour show. with 4,000 performers involved Malcolm Page Dual sailing gold medallist into the stadium has carried the Australian flag a giant mosh pit. where athletes have formed

president John Coates Australian Olympic Committee of sporting administrators, has taken aim at the attitude not athletes, at the London Olympics. for our disappointing medal haul Neil Warren has more. didn't pull any punches when he held Well, the AOC boss certainly his first and only official media conference of these Games, he didn't blame athletes, he didn't blame funding, but he certainly did

heavily criticise the administrators of some of the sports. In John Coates' opinion, there were two big disappointments in these Games. One - that swimming didn't do better and just get us a bit more than 35, um, the other disappointment was that we didn't nail those gold medals. I'm absolutely certain that the sports have to look at themselves rather than look for more money. since Barcelona in 1992 - It was our worst Olympics

7 gold medals, 35 all up. The trend has been down since Sydney Rio will be a big challenge too. and the AOC president says something was wrong a long time ago. He says he sensed I was concerned that, of these Games, as were get about 18 months out the sports themselves - that, um, whether of the sport, the presidents and the executives

of the objectives they had set were taking enough ownership in those particular sports. very, very well funded They're largely being by the Australian Sports Commission the responsibilities of delivering. and with that comes In contrast to Australia, the Brits are hailing these Games as their best ever. the IOC President Jacques Rogge doesn't like comparing Games but he gave these ones the thumbs up. I'm a very happy and grateful man.

We're very happy with the Games and we're very grateful to LOCOG to Seb and to the entire team. As for the Australians, though, the reviews will begin soon, particularly in swimming and rowing and the AOC will hold its debrief in November. And Beretts will have a wrap of the final day's Olympic results shortly. is expected to be front and centre The asylum seeker stand-off when Parliament resumes this week

its plan with an expert panel today releasing to break the policy deadlock. the Opposition of arrogance But the Government has accused before they're even made public. for rejecting the recommendations is unloaded at Christmas Island, Another boatload of asylum seekers in the past 48 hours. One of three intercepted carrying almost 600 passengers. That makes 12 already this month,

in front of the parliament They are trying to get in, smugglers will continue to cash in The Government warns people if Parliament fails to break the policy deadlock when it resumes tomorrow. The Australian people have had a gutful of this and they want it sorted. Labor's relying on advice from the expert panel it set up six weeks ago to find the best way to stop boat arrivals.

tomorrow. Its report will be released today. It takes a particular type of arrogance to reject a report's recommendations before you've even seen them. But that's exactly what the Opposition's hinted it will do. go back to what was working before. We simply think that we should won't support any finding While the Greens that involves offshore processing. in the hell holes of Malaysia Dumping those people

is not a solution that will save people's lives. Customs is investigating claims It comes as the Government confirms disappeared six weeks ago. another asylum seeker boat if it has occurred. This is a tragic event say Family of those reportedly missing more than 60 people were on board. Queensland Premier Campbell Newman up to 4,000 jobs is reportedly seeking to cut

from Queensland Health. such as preventative health Employees in areas are in the firing line and administration as the Government seeks to reduce the department's $18-million-a-day wages bill. More than 7,000 job cuts have already been identified by the Government across the entire public service. Coming up - the foreign students scamming residency in Australia. We'll explain how they're doing it.

But first here's Kochie. Thank you, Nat, a pretty quiet week in financial markets. The European markets are basically treading water in the middle of their summer

Sport now, here's Beretts. Beretts is back. Lovely to be back too, Kochie. North Melbourne has moved closer in four years to its first AFL finals appearance over Essendon at Etihad Stadium. with a 24-point victory and Daniel Wells Injuries to Leigh Adams didn't deter the Kangaroos.

booted three goals Inspirational veteran Brent Harvey in the third term. in the space of three minutes COMMENTATOR: Harvey again! The hat-trick for Harvey. Cyril Rioli will have scans this week after injuring his shoulder in Hawthorn's 72-point win over Port Adelaide in Tasmania. And Richmond flexed its muscles against the Bulldogs, romping to a 70-point victory at the MCG. The Bulldogs refuse to concede

the NRL minor premiership is theirs for the taking following their come-from-behind victory over the Broncos The Dogs are now four points clear on top of the ladder and riding an 11-match winning streak. The Raiders also came from behind against the Panthers in Penrith winning 20-10 to keep their playoff hopes alive. The mighty Dream Team are in party mode

after capturing the United States' 46th gold medal of the London Olympics. They defeated Spain 107-100 in the men's basketball decider. Kevin Durant leading all scorers with 30 points. This team has earned favourable comparisons with original Dream Team which won gold in Barcelona 20 years ago. Quite outstanding. Our men's water polo team, the Sharks,

has finished the London Olympics on a high note. They downed the United States 10-9 to secure seventh spot overall. Michael Shelley was the best-placed Australian in the men's marathon, finishing 16th. And Chloe Esposito finished seventh in the women's modern pentathlon. Here's a look at how the medal tally finished up. The United States claimed top spot

OK. Now, to the real medal The one that counts, per head of population. Let's look. Grenada OK. Now, to the real medal tally.

first. first. Look at the Jamaicans with the sprint. Australians headed up 9 population. Let's look. Grenada

and Great Britain Britain 29 and the sprint. Australians headed up 9 China ask the US way down the list. If you base the medal tally on gross domestic product. GDP? This is a little searching. We did well. You know. 44th? We are similar on both tables. We just have to deal with it. No, no!

it. No, no! I do like that Usain Bolt is his own nation, the Popular People's Republic of Usain Bolt. Let's go to Nuala, she is having a lovely healthy breakfast, full of dairy. I am looking special too but it is worth it. Look I I am,

it is worth it. Look I I am, a behind-the-scenes tour of the Cadbury factory. This is what my dreams like like. This is called the askaoum pm cumeiator -- accumiator. They pr pushing out 6,500 blocks an hour, 150,000 blocks a day. It is hard to keep

hard to keep up with demand, it is selling out. I think I play a large part in that. In all, this factory employs 600 people and making 200,000 kilograms of chocolate a day. This is the Fredo and Caramelo Koala area, they make 200 million a day. If you line

day. If you line them all up, they would reach would reach London, that is how much day. If you line them all up, they they make a day. I am going to line a few up myselfs. But first, while I embezzle chocolate, I'll just look at the weather. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne. Live your life allergy free. Live Claratyne clear.

They very kindly said I could perhaps, fill a bag for you guys to take

take home of these delicious Caramelo Koalas. This is bag for you, it fits 12, this is the bag for myself. So I'm going to be chucking them in there and sending them to you, if you're lucky. you, if you're lucky. The smell is them in there and sending them to amazing. I will perhaps see you in half an hour if I don't

half an hour if I don't get lost in the chocolate. Thank you. Can't wait to see. Thank you. London has farewelled the Olympics. The biggest names in British music have taken part in the official closing ceremony. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew joins us now from Hyde Park. Eddy, the ceremony is titled "A Symphony of British Music". Has it lived up to its name? We have a front-row seat to history

tonight. As 80,000 people enjoy We have a front-row seat to history Closing Ceremony here in Hyde Park, tonight. As 80,000 people enjoy the another 80,000 at the Olympic Stadium, the same stadium where we saw Sally Pearson win gold and u sane become a living legend has tonight become a mini London with the London eye and a big Benn providing a launching --

providing a launching -- Big Ben, starting with Madinous and quite fittingly Our house. # Our house # # In the middle of our street # Our house # In the middle of our street # If you could choose one voice that would fill that stadium and give a billion people

billion people watching world wide goose bumps would be Emily Sunday, she performed at she performed alt at opening and now the closing. Have a listen. # Read all about it # Surely only to be topped by their appearance on Sunrise, One Direction also performed this evening. would be a lot of more young people also performed this evening. There

who were more inspired by this and waiting anxiously for their would be a lot of more young people

appearance. Take a listen. # You don't know what I can see # You understand why I want you so desperately # Right now # You don't know # You don't you're beautiful # Oh #

# That's what makes you beautiful # And then of course, the real stars of these Games, the 10,000 athletes, who have provided so manying moments over the last two weeks entering the stadium, led by the flag-bearers of 205 nations including Australian sailor Malcolm Page, Olympic gold medalrister, it is a tradition that dates sailor Malcolm Page, Olympic dual

that dates back to 1956 in Melbourne, when they walked together, suggested by Australian schoolboys if you can believe it to a tradition that has lasted to this night. Wow! Thank you, we will come back to you for more updates during the show. A dog owner is recovering this morning after being attacked by his own animals. Police were forced to shoot the two dogs dead.

They initially tried to use pepper spray to subdue them. Initially the dogs had stopped attacking the person, and he was actually holding on to one of them. He was quite calm and he was losing a lot of blood and then the dogs recommenced their attack. This latest incident comes as the Australian Veterinary Association calls for dogs to be temperament tested to reduce the number of attacks. So will this kind of testing make any difference? Peter Higgins is a vet from Dogs New South Wales.

Good morning to you. This latest attack was particularly brutal. These dogs were the man's own dogs, raised by him from puppies. How do you prevent something like this happening? Look it does happen and it comes back to what I have been saying, you and I have been talking about it for a long time. It has got to come back to training the dogs and training the owners. Until we get that it not going to stop. I am going to the owners. Until we get that it is

not going to stop. I am going to be coming in and talking about this for the next ten years. We have got to get back to what it is about, people don't understand how to look after their dogs. As simple at that. How do you train them? The owner and the dog? Put them in pup aschool? No, obedience school, they are all over the country, cheap as chips, you need to do it for six or seven weeks and

and it is fun. You get to meet other people as well. It trainathise dog and more importantly -- it trains the dog and more importantly it trains person. We need to make it compulsory to train the dogs and the people or you can't own them. this is not on the agenda at the next COAG meeting, governments are people or you can't own them. If

being irresponsible. What about

being irresponsible. What about the temperament testing? It is not a bad idea, it will help but it is not a pawn seea and won't -- pan seea. A vet looks at a dog, a number of tests they do to the dog, provoke the dog almost and see how it reacts in a controlled environment. We have been doing it for some time. So your local vet can do that? If you are about

about to buy a dog or you have knot a dog you are not too sure about our got young kids or grand kids, you can take them to the vet and say I want them tested? Yes, the same as if they are sick or getting a vaccination. The Australian veterinary association is endorsing it but it is not a panacea.

it but it is not a panacea. OK, thank you. Then we won't talk about this for a long time. Thank you. If you're thinking about a holiday to Bali, new figures might have you thinking again. In the past 12 months, one Aussie has died in the popular resort destination every nine days. Hundreds more have sought help from our consulate. Sunrise foreign editor Dr Keith Suter joins us. What makes Bali such a dangerous destination for Australian holidaymakers?

I think it's mainby because it is a -- mainly because it is a risky playground. Australians unfortunately tend to die overseas and in this country but the problem when you get to balla you have got -- Bali you have got the issues of poors and poor transport. You have got car accidents. It is a risky

playground. People go there and relax but may over do the got car accidents. It is a risky

intoxication etc. intoxication etc.. Are there places with a similar rep thaigz, not just singling out Bali? No and we shouldn't. There are a number of locations around the world I were Australian go, with other tourist destinations where you attract young people. It is the key factor, the young people, risky behaviour. Much the same

the same in Sydney, around the nightclubs, again, all the people who have been arrested in Bali, Australians have been male and mainly involved in nightclub violence. You see it in Sydney but it translates to Bali. The current advice from Foreign Affairs for Indonesian is to advice from the Department of exercise a high degree of caution. Do we ignore that?

Do we ignore that? We tend to it is safer than it is. There are risks of terrorism, which is Do we ignore that? We tend to assume

the Government is warning us about. risks of terrorism, which is what But there are things people can do. Ensure they have adequate insurance before they go. Bear in mind, there are problems with insurance at the Indonesian end. Have good insurance. Be careful about your own personal behaviour, don't take risks. Keep

away from alcohol and other behaviour, don't take risks. Keep substances and keep your family informed when you move around the island. We do have a good consular system but we are working it very hard with innumber of Australian whose get into trouble in Bali. Don't do things you wouldn't do at home. You go somewhere else and get brave. That's the problem. Thank you, brave. That's the problem. Thank you, good to talk to you.

A Sydney man is set to face court this morning over the world's largest ecstasy haul. Sunrise reporter Sally Bowrey is on the story. Sally, what are the charges? John Visev is accused of being part of an under world drug ring

smuggling 15,000 ecstasy tablets into Australia. The drug haul was intercepted

intercepted by police in a shipping container from Naples to in 2007. It was found packed inside container from Naples to Melbourne 3,000 tinned tomato cans, a street value of $ value of $122 million. He will face court today and was refused bail at his last court appearance. It is huge. What kind of penalty is he facing? It is a serious charge and

attracts a maximum penalty of an $ facing? It is a serious charge and attracts a maximum penalty of an $800,000 fine and/or life inprison. It is part of a police operation dating back to 2008. 16 arrests have been made. Today he will front court and it is believed he will be extradited to Melbourne. Thank you for the update.

where a man's been jailed over a scam in which foreign students have been using fake work references to help them get Australian residency. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells joins us. Nick, how does this scam work? Well, look, there are a number of ways that a person can get residency. One of those ways is to, do a certain number of hours of unpaid worken certain professions like hair dressing and cooking, for example. Now, to prove, they need 900

900 hours. To prove they have done the hours, the business owner signs some paperwork confirming the hours they have done. This scam involves a corrupt agent forging those documents and then paying real-world business owners and operators to sign off on those documents. This is very popular with Indian students and typically it involves that person paying $

person paying

person paying $3,500. The business owner who signs off on the paperwork will get $ will get $300 to $ will get $300 to $500 and the corrupt ageen will keep the rest. That account for half your points needed for residency. So it is a big slab. How many people have been involved in the rort? It is difficult to know how widespread it is. In the one man's case you

alluded to in the introduction to this story, he ran a scam for five is. In the one man's case you

years netting $ years netting $2 million. He worked at the Della International College behind me and had access to a lot of people involved in this. He forged 500 documents and helped more than 700 people get residency.

700 people get residency. Obviously, after this Department of Immigration has gotten back in contact with the people who after this investigation, the

got their visas this way and those visas have been cancelled. Thank you for that, Nick. Prince William's balding head is making headlines. Justin Bieber reckons the heir to the throne needs to take the hair-loss drug Propecia. And now a leading hair transplant surgeon says

the Prince will be completely bald by the time he's 40. The doctor says the Prince can postpone the hair loss with hair grafts. It's a similar operation to what English footballer Wayne Rooney had. There is the before and There is the before and after pictures. The Prince seems to have a similar hairline to his uncle Prince Edward. But would we want him to get plugs? I actually think

I actually think he should, when he gets to become king, just keep the crown on his head. Never take it off. Yeah. What's wrong with being a bit... Thin on top? Nothing, being bald can be attractive on a man. Do it proud. It is trendy. A lot of guys who aren't, shave their heads anyway. To capture the look which some get naturally,

some get naturally, half your luck. And the blame game is underway for Australia's disappointing medal tally in London. Our Olympic Committee President John Coates says the attitude of sporting administrators, and not the athletes, is the reason our team is returning with just 35 medals. Any corporation is only as good as its C, its C, O or chairman and the direction coming from there. They are largely being well funded by

are largely being well funded by the Australian sports commission and with that comes responsibilities of delivering. He is delivering. He is always honest. That's in contrast to the recent comments of our head swimming coach Leigh Nugent who said Australia's easy way of life was to blame for not winning more medals. So tell us who you think is to blame - the administrators or the athletes? Everyone has got an Everyone has got an opinion. Charlotte says why is there someone

to blame? Is it just a case of trying our best but being beaten by Charlotte says why is there someone

a stronger, fairer, better athlete. But Maria says, " But Maria says, "John is right, sports administration is totally to blamed said Don't forget the athletes aren't on HECS, they keep the money. It is the same as Britain paid for their Olympic

paid for their Olympic team, they get a lot of money. It is not like a lot did their personal bests and the whole country think that is the you can do. They were doing slower whole country think that is the best than that so there were a lot of questions raised by that? And John may have hit the nail on the head. He said 18 months out he could sense there was no responsibility from

there was no responsibility from the top of some sports. I was reading, Rio is the next one in 2016, in Brazil, Brazilian companies can donate 1 per cent of their tax to athletes. That's a good one. That is a really interesting way of doing it. Or make Reggie for little ath -- rego for little athletics and swimming

swimming tax dedicateable. Is it -- Tax dedixable. We can't have someone do a better Games because we have got to be the best and we get silver and it is not good enough. I am proud. Giving them all medals and say, gee, you are all equally as good. That's what got us to

good. That's what got us to this position by doing that with younger kids. Ahead this hour - are Labor MPs ready to do a deal to reopen Nauru for asylum seeker processing? And, The Wiggles live. Stand-by for their big news, soon on Sunrise.

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to 19 777 077. Lines close at 4:30pm Australian Eastern Standard Time. Good luck. Thank you, Cow. Here is Nat with the headlines. Thanks very much, Mel. Some of Britain's biggest musical acts, including George Michael, The Pet Shop Boys and One Direction have performed at the London Olympics closing ceremony.

While Britpop band Blur and the reformed New Order have performed in front of 80,000 revellers in London's Hyde Park. The concert was the last in a series of shows staged throughout the Games, adding to London's festive atmosphere. Firefighters on the Gold Coast have praised a building manager after he safely evacuated residents from a high-rise apartment block during a fire overnight. The blaze started in the bedroom of a unit on the third floor.

By the time we got here he had started the evacuation. People were streaming down the stairwells. I've been around a little bit of time now and he's probably one of the top three I've seen. No-one was in the unit at the time. Police are guarding a restaurant in Sydney's east after it was attacked by vandals early this morning. A small fire was reported at the Titanic Bondi Cafe

just before 5:00am. Windows were also smashed during the attack. Police say the Mediterranean-themed restaurant was also heavily graffitied with racial taunts. Former Defence Force chief Angus Houston will release his report into people smuggling today. The report considered 550 submissions and the Government hopes it will offer a solution to break the policy deadlock with the Opposition and the Greens but that looks unlikely with the Opposition standing by its policy of processing asylum seekers on Nauru, temporary protection visas and turning back boats. There have been three boat arrivals over the weekend, carrying 178 asylum seekers. Shocking new figures show one Australian dies in Bali every nine days and many more need consular assistance

for health and legal troubles. According to the Department of Foreign Affairs, 39 Australians died on the Indonesian island last financial year, and 18 were jailed. The most common reason for Australians requiring hospital treatment in Bali is motorbike accidents and nightclub brawls. Hawthorn star Cyril Rioli will have scans on a shoulder injury this week, after missing the second half of the Hawks' 72-point win over Port Adelaide in Launceston. Meanwhile, Essendon is on the verge of slipping out of the top eight following a 24-point loss to North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium. The Kangaroos' fifth straight win keeps them on track for a spot in the AFL finals. And Richmond coach Damien Hardwick says his side can go undefeated for the remainder of the season following their 70-point thrashing of the Bulldogs at the MCG.

The Knights will be out to keep their NRL finals hopes alive tonight with a victory over the resurgent Sharks in Newcastle. Canberra remains in the hunt for a playoff berth after downing the Panthers 20-10 in Penrith. The Bulldogs strengthened their grip on the minor premiership by downing the Broncos 22-14 at ANZ Stadium.

Ben Barba was at his mesmerising best, crossing for a double. Rory McIlroy is coasting towards his second major title in the final round of the US PGA Championship in South Carolina. The Northern Irishman's 11-under, six strokes in front of Englishman Ian Poulter and Carl Pettersson. Adam Scott was out early to finish his rain-interrupted third round

but some costly bogeys have seen him slip nine shots off the pace. Our athletes might have won gold medals at the Olympic Games but what they loved, when they came to Our athletes might have won some

the Sunrise studio and got a Caramelo Koala, it was the icing the cake, there were tears shed. Caramelo Koala, it was the icing on Particularly by you. Particularly by you.E. Yes, They the cake, there were tears shed. were my tears: were my tears. No wonder Nuala is there. I don't know if you can hear me but I am in heaven. This is the next step in the chocolate-making process, this is where the blocks came to get their clothes on. If you work work here, you can eat as much chocolate as you like. A plaque doesn't look right or someone touches it without their gloves on so they get to eat it. I really want to work here. This is where the machine operators works, if I just wanted to go faster I reckon wanted to go faster I reckon I press that. OK... Not the result I was hoping for. How about we go to the weather and I get someone to help me? Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne. Live your life allergy free. Live Claratyne clear. A strong cold front over south-west WA is generating heavy rain and potentially damaging winds. Cool southerly winds are causing showers along the eastern seaboard where dangerous surf continues. A high is keeping the nation's south-east clear. Cloud clearing in Sydney. Early fog and frost followed by a mostly sunny day in Canberra. Here in Hobart, perfect chocolate weather.

OK, so, slight emergency here, I have single-handedly managed to stop the machine. But how hard can it be? Let's try that? I am meant to work here. I am here. I am meant to work here. I was studying, I may have been eating a block of this a day. This here. I am meant to work here. When

helped me pass my helped me pass my exams last semester so thank you. Brilliant. Chocolate brain food. Well done. See you in half an hour. Ahead this Sunrise - is it fair to start blaming people for our performance in London before our athletes get home? Plus, The Wiggles' farewell tour. They're live with an exclusive announcement for fans, next.

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