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An Australian man breaks down for the death of 16-year-old girl. as he faces court in Hawaii

first interview Celebrity chef Matt Golinski's of his wife and daughters. since the fire that claimed the life still without power Thousands of people after wild storms lash three states. Also, partying with Harry.

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company. A big week of music. We are going to wrap it all up today with Adam Lambert. We are going to give away with Cash Cow. Stay close to your phone. We are going to give away with the But we are going to begin with the news on this Friday, here A hearing has begun in Hawaii charged over a fatal jet ski crash. for a young Australian tourist up to 12 months jail Tyson Dagley is facing American Kristen Fonsayca. over the death of 16-year-old I'd rather it be me than her. In the end, next month. The 20-year-old will be sentenced Jayant Patel will today learn Former Queensland doctor his manslaughter convictions. whether the High Court has quashed to seven years behind bars in 2010 Patel was sentenced after he was found guilty of three patients of the manslaughter at the Bundaberg Base Hospital. when he worked court appeal to clear his name. Last year he failed in the to the High Court. His lawyers then took the matter should be quashed It was argued the convictions went 'off the rails'. because Patel's trial is being blamed A so-called rostering bungle managed to approach Julia Gillard after a member of the public media conference. during a live television Immigration Minister Chris Bowen The man walked in, pushed passed in front of Ms Gillard. and placed a document no security guard was stationed Parliamentary services admit without a problem. It's, ah, possible to enter by Federal Police. The matter is now being looked at is cleaning up Much of the east coast late yesterday. after wild weather hit damaged buildings in Sydney, Strong winds and thunderstorms this morning. leaving some residents without power after a tree crushed her car. One woman was injured were taken by surprise Melbourne residents hit around 4:00. when a brief but intense hailstorm were brought down in Adelaide, And trees and powerlines crushing around a dozen cars. in most areas overnight. Conditions eased has spoken for the first time Celebrity chef Matt Golinski about the Boxing Day fire and daughters. that claimed the life of his wife to 40% of his body Mr Golinski who received burns has told News Limited why he survived the blaze. he will never understand daughters Starlia, Sage and Willow. He lost his wife, Rachael, and The chef says that would make his family proud he is determined to live a life in April. after being released from hospital Grant Hackett dumped again. Ahead this Sunrise - with the troubled Olympian. Another sponsor cuts ties But first, here's Kochie. , Wall Street has closed down 114, a couple of reasons, contracting manufacturing in China and Europe. Also jobless claims up in America. And concerns Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor is visiting France today and also talking tough Greece. Of course, Greece get a today and also talking tough against

financial report on how well they are doing on their austerity measures next week. So Europeans coming back from Summer holidays and the focus is again a dose of nerves on how it will get out of its debt problems. To our region yesterday. We were up 9 and 8 points. manufacturing in China has fallen The latest data shows Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. in nine months. to the weakest levels

Are things likely to get worse? I think it was a bit December pointing to see that we saw that the Chinese economy didn't bottom out if you would like. And I think there was a lot of hope with this soft landing coming through. That latest number was disappointing. When you add into the fact that new export orders were significantly weaker. They are continuing to contract. When is this soft landing going to come to an end and when will we see the Chinese economy pick up steam. What it means for policy the Chinese economy pick up some makers in China, we will start to see further stimulus over the next see further some

few months. They will start to cut their re certificate of ratio. That can be good. We have seen that commodity prices, especially iron ore prices come off but there commodity prices, especially the is a lot of expectation that that should bottom out. It does mean there will be a bit more weakness on the down side. , Thank you, Beretts has the sport. Thanks, Kochie. Good morning. following a cancer scare. earlier this month and underwent surgery last week. by chance Doctors discovered the cancer after injuring his neck. when Lewis was sent for a CT scan "Gee, I was pretty lucky", I sorta look back now and think , I'm doing something I love which is training and getting fit, I look back now and think I was pretty lucky. So I struck gold, Round 25 of the NRL begins tonight in Canberra the Broncos at Brookvale Oval. and reigning premiers Manly hosting will lock horns at the MCG Essendon and Richmond to kick off Round 22 of the AFL on Seven and 7mate. with all the action will go head-to-head with the Bombers needing a win alive. to keep their faint finals hopes has named Lance Franklin And Hawthorn comeback to make his highly anticipated against the Swans. in tomorrow's blockbuster their team The Wallabies will finalise to face the All Blacks Bledisloe Cup Test in this weekend's in Auckland. following today's captain's run Recalled fly-half Quade Cooper is once again the centre of attention following a brief media conference. I'm back, I'm fit, healthy and ready to go and I'll see everbody at Eden Park. Stephen Moore has replaced Tatafu Polota-Nau as starting hooker. It's a great time of the year, race week up at week up at Hamilton Island, I think James is there with weather. It's a great time of the year, race

How wonderful. Good morning. It feels like something isn't quite right in the world Beretts. This week I have been set on fire, I have had a close encounter with a fireman. And I get to Hamilton and are island and nothing seems to work right. There was no golf buggy available for me, I had to use the car that Mark Beretta's name was on. There was no room booked for me but fortunately there was one with Mark Beretta fortunately there was one with Mark Beretta's name on it. It has been a tough week. I guess I'm going to finish it off on a Friday. I wish I knew how you felt. It's fun driving a V10 around at 20kmh on Hamilton Island. You will love this Beretts. The when they are looks a bit dodgy. Who cares about the weather, it's about the sport. A little bit of whis pi cloud but it's shorts and T shirts weather. We have got a delicious buffet waiting for us. Let's look at the forecast. Possible showers in Townsville. Partly cloudy at Mackay. Rain clearing on the Sunshine Coast. Brisbane, showers, possible storms. Possible showers clearing at Orange. Sydney, sunny. Canberra, possible showers. A few showers in Albury. Showers for Ballarat. Melbourne, windy showers. Rain and a possible storm in Strahan. Hobart, patchy rain. Adelaide, a few showers clearing. A wet day for Ceduna. Hot and sunny in Katherine. Darwin, sunny.

showers in Albany. Perth, partly cloudy. Some cloud cover for Geraldton. Sunny in Exmouth. , Yeah, Beretts, it just doesn't Yeah, Beretts, it just doesn't feel quite right. The universe doesn't seem to be aligned. It's race week and you're not at Hamilton Island. It hurts you more than it hurts me. That's my spot right there at the yacht club. I'm happy to step in for you. The girls at the massage table are on their way. We have got - yes, just warming up down there. They be doing some sort of yoga. warming up down there. They seem to It's a 6 am class. Mate, it is a wonderful place. Gee, I'm missing it. It's very sad to not see you here. Leave it alone you two. You've got another three hours to talk Ahead this Sunrise - phone-free dining. The restaurant that confiscates your mobile when walk in the door. But next, breaking news from Hawaii as an Australian man faces jail over a jet-ski death in Hawaii. A live report is coming up.

Find out how Red Spot is positively different to the big rental-car companies. Go with the underdog and save. An Australian man facing homicide charges in Hawaii has appeared in court a short time ago. Tyson Dagley was arrested over the death of an American teenager in a jet ski collision. We're joined now by US bureau chief Mike Amor in Hawaii. Mike, what happened during the appearance. Well, Mel and Kochie, it was a very brief court appearance and Tyson entered the May of no contest. It's a May we don't have in Australia. It simply means that he will not contest the charge but is not always admitting Gwilt. He of course has been charged with third degree negligent homicide for the death of the young girl more than 2 weeks ago now. He is accused of hitting her with a jet ski. He was looking the wrong way and unfortunately didn't see her stopped in front of him. Earlier you sat down with Tyson and his parents. How are they coping? Yeah, they are absolutely devastated. We just saw them leave court a few minutes ago. They are doing it very tough, I can tell you. They are wonderful people. Let's have a listen to some of these How hard was it to learn that she had died? It was the worst thing, you know. It's not something that a 20-year-old wants and I'd rather - in the end I'd rather it be me than her. What can you say to her family? I'm sorry. If I can go back in time, I wouldn't - I wouldn't go to Hawaii. I would give anything, anything for her to be back with them. What happens next? They have got to wait two more weeks before they find out what Tyson's faith will be. They are obviously hoping that he can go home. That he won't get any more gaol time but as I say, that will have to wait for another 2 weeks. They are going to have to stay here in Hawaii. This is a family of very limited means so it will be a real struggle for them. Such a sad story. , How is the American media covering this? It's certainly a big story here in Hawaii, Kochie. All the local news outlets were in court. Cameras were allowed in court. Big news here. Initially a lot of anger about the incident, the accident but I think opinion is changing slightly. They realised that this is something that could happen to any young man, that this was a split second decision, maybe a silly one, maybe a careless one but maybe one that has had tragic consequences. Unfortunately, tie Lion's has already been in gaol and faces the possibility of going back to gaol. Mike, thank you very much for the update. Talk to you Ahead this Sunrise - the big clean-up after wild weather smashes three states and cuts power to thousands of homes. And, snakes alive. Queensland's biggest captive snake is having babies. Bunnings would be the ultimate toyshop for every dad. You can never go wrong buying a present from Bunnings. It's a sure bet for Father's Day, absolutely. 48-litre garden cart, only $21.89. Compact workbench, $109. Jumbuck 4-burner hooded BBQ, $146. Electronic safe, $39. 4-shelf unit, just $15.98. Don't miss our Father's Day Family Night on Thursday August 30. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse! #

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list tone what he said when he thought the cameras went on. There is a bar without a friend. There is a beer without someone to drink it. Here I am alone at home, not really not really alone, but at home all the same. It's not easy being the sport guy. That's all I'm saying. Is sport guy. That's all I'm saying. Is that a tear? Funly enough, Rachel sent me a email saying he would be telling her that he had decided not to go this year because he has spent so much time away at the Olympics and away at the Olympics and the V8 and things like that. I wanted to have some time with the family so I said no, Hamilton Island week is good but I need family time. Who do I believe. Come with me, please. You are so not helping your mate out, are you? I can dig my own hole, all right. More of this later in Coming up this Sunrise - the new study that says the older the father, the more likely the child to be born with defects. Plus, killer campaign - One man's plans to go from the jailhouse to Parliament House. But right now, news time with Nat. Good morning. An Australian tourist charged over a fatal jet ski crash in Hawaii will have to wait two more weeks to learn his fate. Tyson Dagley is charged with negligent homicide over the death of a 16-year-old girl. He entered a no-contest plea during a court hearing a short time ago. Earlier, he said he wishes he died instead. You can never give the family back what you've just taken away by accident. He'll be back in court on September 5. Former Queensland surgeon Jayant Patel will learn today whether his manslaughter convictions have been quashed.

Good morning, Michelle. It will be an emotional day for his victims. , Good morning, Nat. Many of the advice tims are looking foreclose your. They deserve closure. For a number of them, this has been dragging on for almost a decade. Jayant Patel was a surgeon in the Bundaberg hospital, and it took a couple of the year for his mistakes to come out and then more years for the investigation. It dragged through courts and then finally in 2010, he was sentenced to seven years in gaol years in gaol for the manslaughter of three people. And many believed that that sentence was very light and in addition to that, there has been the appeal earlier this year. So many victims believe that's just insult to injury. So they will be very insult to injury. So they will be very keen to hear that decision it is handed down it is handed down at noon today here in Brisbane. very keen to hear that decision when

Thank you, Michelle. Queensland police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a shooting in Brisbane last night. Officers arrived at the Acacia Ridge home just before 8:00 and found a woman with a gunshot wound to her leg. Neighbours saw the action unfold. They jumped out and they had their hands on the guns, they pulled them out and were yelling, "Get on the ground", get on the ground, "just get on the ground". The people involved have been identified and are assisting police with their investigations. Four people have been injured after a collision between a car and a truck on the Hume Highway in Casula, south-west of Sydney. The two vehicles collided just after 3:00 this morning. The male driver and his two female passengers were pulled from the wreckage. The truck driver was also injured. Investigations are underway. In finance news - Wall Street closed lower. That was because of poor manufacturing figures in China and also in Europe. Sony mobile has announced plans to lay off 1000 staff from its headquarters in Sweden. Time for sport. Hawthorn has named Lance Franklin to return from a 6-week layoff in tomorrow's AFL blockbuster against the Swans. And Seven News can reveal Sydney has entered the race for Collingwood spearhead Travis Cloke,

holding talks with the in-demand key forward. Round 22 of the AFL gets underway tonight at the MCG with Essendon up against Richmond. The Bombers need a win to be any chance of sneaking into the finals. The match is on Seven and 7mate around the country. NRL star Luke Lewis is recovering after undergoing surgery for thyroid cancer last week.. The cancer scare has robbed Lewis of the chance to play a farewell game for Penrith before he links with Cronulla. Meanwhile, there has been a betting plunge on the Raiders ahead of tonight's encounter with the Bulldogs in Canberra. There's speculation Canterbury may rest some players before the finals. In tonight's other clash to kick off Round 25 Manly hosts Brisbane. Usain Bolt showed off his air guitar skills

before making a winning return to the track at the Diamond League meet in Switzerland. The Jamaican sensation coasted to victory in the 200 metres but the performance of the night belonged to his training partner, Johan Blake. 'The Beast' took out the 100 metres in 9.69 seconds - the second fastest time in history. Those guys are on Let's have a look at the footy tips. The girls are going for the Tigers and the boys for the Bombers in tonight's AFL match. And we're also split on two other games - the Swans against the Hawks and West Coast against the Magpies. To the NRL and we're both tipping the Sea Eagles tonight but in the other game, the girls are going for the Bulldogs and the boys for the Raiders. And we agree on the rest of the round.

We have had a bit of fun We have had a bit of fun today but race week on Hamilton Island is great. A couple of other gold medalists, half of the saling world is up here. It's race week. That's what you do here. A little message for you guys good morning Mr Beretta. Good morning Hamilton Island State School. What a great place to go to school. What is your name? Lily. That is a fantastic sign, who did you make it with My mum made it. She did a great job. And what is your name? Harrison. This is Lily. Is lis Lily your sister? Yes. How old are you? Five. How old is Lily? Three. Who made the sign? My mum. Thank you, Harrison. Let's look at the national forecarbon tax shall we the national forecarbon tax shall the national forecarbon tax the national the Thank you, Harrison. Let's look at the the forecast, shall we Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne. Live your life like you're allergy free. Live Claratyne clear. A trough is generating warm, gusty winds and thunderstorms in western Queensland and northern New South Wales.

A front is bringing a colder change showers and alpine snow to southern New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. An intense low is edging east and weakening, causing very strong winds and showers to ease in South Australia. Showers and possible storms in Brisbane. Mostly fine on the weekend. A possible shower on Monday. Partly cloudy on Tuesday. Sydney, sunny and 20. Fine and sunny tomorrow and onwards. Canberra, possible showers and 11. Early frost and cloud tomorrow. Mostly sunny on Sunday and into next week. Windy showers in Melbourne. Showers on the weekend. Partly cloudy on Monday. A few showers on Tuesday. Hobart, patchy rain. Possible showers on the weekend. Some cloud cover on Monday. Possible showers on Tuesday. Adelaide, a few showers clearing. A wet weekend ahead. Partly cloudy on Monday. A few early showers on Tuesday. Partly cloudy in Perth. Mostly sunny on the weekend, with a late shower on Sunday. Showers at the start of next week. Darwin, sunny. Hot and sunny tomorrow and onwards. What today's your dad do? He is a firefighter. Can you keep him and myself separated. I just had a bit of a bad experience yesterday. Some great signs here. Wonderful signs. Wonderful signs. What a wonderful sign. Did you do that one? Or did our producer put it in your hand? what I thought. producer put it in your hand? That's She looks happy about that. See you back here on Hamilton Island forays week. Great kids on Hamilton Island. I miss Jetstar's international sale is on now meaning it's the perfect time to book an overseas holiday. Fly one way to Bali for just $99 a person from Perth, or $199 a person from Sydney. Or fly from Melbourne via Singapore to Phuket for just $300. And there are some great international holiday packages on sale. Stay seven nights for the price of six at the Westin Nusa Dua, for $917 from Perth or $1124 a person from Brisbane or Sydney including flights. Hurry, the sale ends on Monday at midnight, unless sold out prior. To book, visit: Just ahead - snakes alive! The Aussie zoo preparing for the birth of 75 baby reptiles. And from the jail house, to parliament house - the convicted killer and his political campaign. 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. At Coles, more new products are coming down, down all the time. Like a Virgin Mobile $29 recharge down, down $4 to $25! For down, down savings, get down, down to Coles. # Down, down, prices are down. # (COUGHS) ANNOUNCER: When you're suffering from colds and flu... (SNEEZES)

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How is Psycho doing with the pregnancy, if she was angry before hand, how is she handling the pregnancy? She is doing very well. 75 eggs is a lot of eggs so it takes a lot out of her but she is doing very well. She had her first feed in four months, generally they won't eat while they are pregnant. So she has had her first feed the other day and she is looking very good. Gee, OK, a metre long when they hatch. Can't wait to see it. We will check back in with you, thank check back in with you, thank you very much for your time. No worry, thank you. , Mother hood might mellow her, never know! Peter Rudge served time for man slaughter now he is an candidate in the elections tomorrow in the Northern Territory. slaughter now he is an Independent

Good morning. Has your conviction been a help or a hinderance to your hinderance to your campaign? A bit of boat. It certainly got me a lot of media coverage. Some people will vote for me because of it. And some probably won't vote for me. What do you think they need to know? Well,

What do you think they need to know? Well,......... About your past? They can look at the sentencing reports. Otherwise come and speak to me. My main me. My main platform is putting out gardens and putting food in the streets so we have something to eat and we have got seven candidates in the election tomorrow in my electorate. So, win, lose or draw, I am still going to put these gardens oupt there, maybe I will decide to run for mayor next time. What has drawn you to politics? Just thinking that the politicians aren't doing a very good job. Complaining about it with mates they have decided somebody should get off their bun and nobody did. Complaining about it with mates and

I'll have a go. I will put my hands up. You feel like you've had a little more knowledge on social change and issues such as homelessness and alcohol and violence and anti-social behaviour. Do you think you have had a bit more of for want of a better term, a real life than some people who run? Absolutely. Academics are good but we need a bit more of a mix in politics to sort these things out. Sitting in gaol for 18 months was almost like doing a degree, studying, watching people. Learning. Any idea how you will go tomorrow, how are the polls showing? Actually, I haven't seen any polls. I don't know how I'm I don't know how I'm polling at all. I have getting a lot of support. People coming up and wishing me luck. Northern Territory elections tomorrow. Thank you for your time. Thank you very much for

News is coming up. Then, he partied with Harry in Vegas, now swimmer Ryan Lochte spills the beans on the prince's bender. And now it's Lady Gag's turn to post racy pictures. The reaction is next. The Sunrise showbiz report is brought to you by Australian Pork, with half the fat of red meat and a valuable source of iron. Get some pork on your fork. Time for showbiz news with Nelson Aspen. Good morning. Lady Gaga's posted a racy home video. What do you think of this, Nelson? All things being compromise rabble, I don't know how racy this really is. She released a video of herself to her fans on social media and it's basically a home movie from last Christmas. She was kind of horsing around with her mum and sister and dancing around as you can see there. She lifts up her shirt a couple of times. It's blacked out there. Compared to the meat dress or arriving on a red carpet in a giant egg carried by muscle men, I think that's pretty tame holiday fun. What every good girl does in front of her mother too. Merry Christmas Merry Chris Yes. Merry Chris Merry Christmas. Moving on and legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese is facing a lawsuit over a movie he agreed to make 22 years ago. time flies when you are busy making hit movies. This lawsuit could cost him millions of dollars because he apparently agreed to work on this new film and do, about 17th century, it was called 'Silence'. He got delayed making other films and now he is preparing to do another film and it's delayed yet again. So the original creative team behind film wants recommend on pens for that. original creative team behind this

Is it an action movie. All the action takes place with Daniel Day-Lewis allegedly to the project if it ever gets off the ground. Daniel Day-Lewis allegedly attached

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wasn't quite working. It's more like a picture of a monkey. The woman in her 80s has denied she did it all without permission. No, of course not, anybody who went to the church could see me as I was painting. The artist's granddaughter who just donated money is horrified. It was bad enough when she painted the tunic she says but when she painted the head too, it destroyed the painting. I shouldn't laugh but it is so disgraceful that it is actually funny. Simon has restored works by the likes of recommend brant, and pack as owe, saving this one could be beyond even divine intervention. There is something called historical interference with a picture where something like this has happened. It's best It's best just to leave it alone. This is become like an icon in itself, the queue to get into that church will be extraordinary. The good Samah tan is dismayed. I haven't even finished it she said, if she was trying to have a go now, the art world would be begging Mercy. She thought she was doing the right thing. She so wasn't. thing. It does beg the question, acts of good Samah tans gone wrong. Have you ever been in that situation that you've done - you have tried to do your best, great intentions. And completely ------ed it up. Exactly. Which day do you want? I just - she just looks broken, doesn't she? We do it a lot on Sunrise. These are our top doesn't she? We do it a lot on Jet ski homicide - an Australian man pleads no contest as he faces jail in Hawaii for the death of 16-year-old girl. Brave recovery - celebrity chef Matt Golinski's first interview since the fire that claimed the life of his wife and daughters. Plus big clean up - thousands of people still without power after wild storms lash three states. Also, partying with Harry - Swimmer Ryan Lochte on hanging out with the prince during his Vegas bender. And Adam Lambert - the music superstar performs live at Brekky Central, (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. If you've just tuned in, our big week of music wraps up later this morning with Adam Lambert. Good morning. A young Australian tourist charged over a fatal jet ski crash in Hawaii will have to wait two more weeks to learn his fate. Tyson Dagley is facing up to 12 months jail for negligent homicide over a collision which killed a 16-year-old girl. He entered a no-contest plea during a brief court appearance this morning. His bail was continued and he'll be back in court next month. Before his court case Tyson Dagley spoke exclusively about the accident on 'Today Tonight'. Tyson Dagley sits with his devastated parents, accused of what most agree was a terrible accident. The Queensland carpet cleaner can't remember the moment he killed 16-year-old American Kristen Fonsayca. I remember Tash yelling out, "Watch out" and the next thing I remember is, you know, being carted off in the ambulance. The 20-year-old was jet skiing when he failed to see teenager stopped on her jet ski in front of him. She died the next day from a head injury. I'd rather it be me than her. Tyson has been charged with third-degree negligent homicide and spent two weeks in jail while his family raised $100,000 bail. You can never give the family back what you've just taken away by accident. Police say Tyson was looking back at his girlfriend, Natasha Ryan, who was taking a video. I was just a 20 year old on a jet ski having fun, every jet ski out there was doing the same thing. A woman in her 20s has been found dead in a park at Aberfeldy outside of Melbourne last night. Police were called to the reserve at around 11:30 where they found the woman. There are reports she had been stabbed to death. A 21-year-old man is in custody. A 25-year-old Brisbane man has been charged with a string of offences after a shooting on the south-side last night. A woman was shot in the leg while a young man suffered injuries to his foot in the attack at Acacia Ridge. The alleged gunman has been charged with unlawful wounding, possession of a shortened firearm and several drug offences. He'll face court today. Former Queensland surgeon Jayant Patel will learn today whether his manslaughter convictions have been quashed. Patel was sentenced to seven years behind bars in 2010 after a Supreme Court jury found him guilty over the deaths of three men. The charges relate to his time at the Bundaberg Base Hospital. Patel originally took the matter to the Court of Appeal in 2011 - his lawyers then went to the High Court in a last-ditch attempt to clear his name. Much of the east coast is cleaning up after wild weather hit late yesterday. Wild winds and thunderstorms lashed parts of Sydney - causing damage to buildings. One woman was injured after a tree crushed her car. The front of the car, it's tragic, it's terrible. Melbourne residents were taken by surprise when a brief but intense hailstorm hit around 4:00. And trees and powerlines were brought down in Adelaide - crushing around a dozen cars. Conditions eased in most areas overnight. After 14 years, Uncle Tobys has decided to dump Olympian Grant Hackett as an ambassador. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells joins me now. Good morning, Nick. Has Uncle Tobys had anything to say about their decision? The parent company, Nestles was responsible for this and they have declined to give a reason for this decision but it seems one heck of a coincidence that this decision has come after 14 years, just three months after photos emerged of what Grant Hackett did to his Southbank apparptment during a Grant Hackett did to his luxury meltdown. He completely trashed the apartment during a domestic dispute. Allegedly in frnt of their children. Those two have since split. A number of other sponsors have abandoned Hackett. There are question marks over his remaining contract, his contract with Channel 9 ends next month as does an agreement he does with cute. month as does an agreement he does with Cumo tyres so it has been proved to be a very expensive night that faithful night at Southbank there. Thank you, Nick for the Coming up - what was it really like partying with Prince Harry in Vegas? Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochtie has the inside story. But first, here's Kochie. , Before Ryan partied with Before Ryan partied with Dirty Harry. He partied with someone on this team. Photos soon. Who. Stay tuned? He is looking a bit guilty there, forget race weekend, Hamilton Island, he partied with Ryan Lochte in London at the Last In finance news - Wall Street finished the day lower. , Really disappointing manufacturing figures out of China and Europe. Take a look at this. I've just graphed them here which shows you this is the manufacturing index that comes out. Everyone took a dip during the global financial crisis. We have got the US in orange. It's manufacturing is holding up so much better than China in red and Europe in blue. There is a feeling that the US economy is starting to rebound and could actually offset the disaster that is still going to come in Europe because the Europeans in Europe because the European ares are getting back from their Summer holidays. A lot more news there over the next few months. To Our region yesterday, our market was up 9 and 8 points on our points on our major indissituates. Time for sport with our very own party NRL star Luke Lewis is on the road to recovery following a cancer scare. The Sharks-bound utility was diagnosed with thyroid cancer earlier this month and underwent surgery last week. Doctors discovered the cancer by chance when Lewis was sent for a CT scan after injuring his neck. I think now I know that I'm on the mend and I'm 100% back on the training park and doing something I love, which is training and getting fit, I look back now and think, "Gee, I was pretty lucky." So I struck gold, really. Round 25 of the NRL begins tonight with the Raiders hosting the ladder-leading Bulldogs in Canberra. And reigning premiers Manly hosting the Broncos at Brookvale Oval. Essendon and Richmond will lock horns at the MCG to kick off Round 22 of the AFL with all the action on Seven and 7mate. Leading Brownlow Medal contenders - Jobe Watson and Trent Cotchin will go head-to-head with the Bombers needing a win to keep their faint finals hopes alive. And Hawthorn has named Lance Franklin to make his highly anticipated comeback in tomorrow's blockbuster against the Swans. Injury has all but ended Casey Stoner's MotoGP world title defense. He's returning to Australia for surgery on the ankle he fractured in that heavy crash in Indianapolis. Stoner hopes to be back on the bike before the Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island in October. It'll be his final race on home soil before he retires at season's end. , I wish him a speedy recovery. He is as tough as nails, Casey Stoner. I will tell you who is as tough as nails, is James, having to Hamilton Island. nails, is James, having to endure , This is normally the turf of Mark Beretta. I am happy to step in this once. There are about 160 boats that come up to Hamilton Island to race at race week. There are some special guests like one... Your champagne, Mr Beretta. It's Mr Tobin but some very big celebrity guests including the mens 470 gold medal winners, Malcolm and Matty. Good morning. You must be on a big high still? Has t it has been a blur since the closing ceremony and so much so that I've lost my voice but that's all part and parcel of it. Did you get to keep the flag that you carried? No, no, I had a chaperone with me who took it away early on in the ceremony but the Olympic Mitt ee actually is presenting me with a frame with a little mini version flag. So it was a very special. Matty, what has life been like since you got back to Australia? The commitments and the response from the Australian public has been overwhelming. It has been a great opportunity for saling. To get the medal out to show the kids. Have you got it with you. Have you got it with you.? Get it out. Come on. Very nice. That is fantastic. Just in the back pocket. Very Australian. Always have one in the back pocket. Thank you very much guy, enjoy the week. We'll look at the national forecast. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne. Live your life like you're allergy free. Live Claratyne clear. Possible showers in Townsville. Partly cloudy at Mackay. Rain clearing on the Sunshine Coast. Brisbane, showers, possible storms. Sunny for Coffs Harbour. Possible showers clearing at Orange. Sydney, sunny. Canberra, possible showers. A few showers in Albury. Showers for Ballarat. Melbourne, windy showers. in Strahan. Hobart, patchy rain. Adelaide, a few showers clearing. A wet day for Ceduna. Hot and sunny in Katherine. Darwin, sunny. And in Western Australia, showers in Albany. Perth, partly cloudy. Some cloud cover for Geraldton. Sunny in Exmouth. At any Isn't it just a spectacular place. During waste week, Are you ready for your golf yet, Mr Beretta. Are you ready for your golf yet, Mr Beretta? It sounds lovey. Yeah, let's continue on. A little spot of golf on Hamilton Island doesn't sound too bad. There is so much to take advantage of. Thank you very much. I will just jump out here. Your cocktail, Mr Beretta. Thank you very much. See you back here in half an hour. Beretts, this is great. I know. There's only one thing miss, JT. That's not JT, that's Mark. That's not JT, that's With It', mark. See you in half an That's not JT, that's Mark.'Just Go hour for more weather, Mark. Thank you More now on the re-appearance overnight in a Hawaii court of an Australian man charged with homicide. 20-year-old Tyson Dagley was arrested over the death of an American teenager in a jet ski collision. Seven News US bureau chief Mike Amor joins us again. Mike, it wasn't a long appearance but Tyson has now entered a plea? That's right, Mel, very short appearance here at the court in Honolulu and Tyson Honolulu and Tyson entered this no contest May. It means that he is not going to contest the charges but he is not admitting his Gwilt. His lawyer says they are not going to push very hard for him not going back to gaol. This charge, third degree negligent homicide, no-one has ever has ever gone to gaol for this charge in Hawaii where alcohol wasn't involved and it wasn't involved in Tyson's case. So they are very hopeful when they come back to court that he will not have to serve any more gaol time. Clearly, they are all struggling. It's a horrendous thing to It's a horrendous thing to be going through. I know you spoke to the family for today family for family for'Today Tonight'? Yeah. Look, can I say about Tyson, you know, a very sweet kid, notwithstanding standing the fact that he is accused of accidentally killing the young girl. This is a young man who is suffering greatly. I think you can see it in this interview. Let's have a look. For interview. Let's have a look. For For 20-year-old Tyson and his girlfriend, Natasha, it was the trip of a lifetime. Me and Tash had been saving up for about two years to come here, so ever since then, it was pretty much a dream, really. But just hours into their dream holiday in Hawaii, Tyson's life was changed forever. I remember coming around the last bouy, basically and I seen the girl in front of me. Next thing I remember is, um, you know being carted off in the ambulance. The moment he struck and killed 16-year-old Kristen Fonseca. How hard was it to learn that she had died? It was the worst thing... you know. and I'd rather...in the end I'd rather it be me than her. Her grieving family, who saw the crash, demanded Tyson be punished. He was arrested and charged with third-degree negligent homicide. She had tried to delete video. Fuelling speculation that this was more than a For the next 11 nights, as his family scrambled to try to raise $100,000 bail, Tyson was behind bars in Honolulu's notorious OCCC prison - considered one of the most primitive jails in America. Tyson was released on bail early this week, rushing into the arms of his parents. But he knows there's another family suffering even more. What can you say to her family? I'm sorry. And if I could take it back, I wouldn't see him...I wouldn't go to Hawaii, I'd tell him that if anything anything for her to. Do you think you deserve to go to jail for this? I understand that you know the law is the law but to me it was an accident. I didn't intentionally do it and I hope that everyone else feels the same way , Gosh, Mike, a powerful interview,

just tell me how the family are after he entered that no contest May? after he entered that no contest

May. after he entered that no contest May plea. They were very hopeful that they this would be dealt with morning, I think they feel that they this would be dealt this they are trapped in paradise. They are a family of limited means. They with morning, I think they feel like

have to pay to stay here in Hawaii for two more weeks will be very tough for him. All right, keep us informed. Mike, thank It's been a bad week for company news in Australia. BHP announced it was shelving expansion plans for its Olympic Dam mine, which was expected to create thousands of jobs. Qantas announced its first annual loss since it was privatised 17 years ago. Fairfax posted a massive $2.7 billion loss. And QR National announced it's axing 900 jobs as part of a company restructure. So is our economy in trouble? Let's get some reaction now from our Big Guns of Politics - Environment Minister Tony Burke and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey. Good morning. Tony, let's start with BHP. The Government has been contradicting itself over the mining boom in the wake of its decision. You've got one minister saying it's over and another one saying it's got a way to go. So which is it? , There's two different concepts here, Mel. The first is there has been a boom in demand for resources. The second is there has been a boom in prices. Now, what is happening now, the lorng term demand for resources, that is continuing but the really high prices that we have been getting over the last few years, basically since September of last year, they have come well off and we are not expecting them to come the way they were. are not expecting them to come back Joe, the opposition has been left Little Red faced on the issue. Tony Joe, the opposition has been left a Abbott said the issue was due to the carbon and mining taxes, weren't even mentioned by the head of BHP when he announced the results. He then admitted he hadn't read the statement from BHP, only to backtrack on this later. Not a good look for the leader of the party which shows he is not across the detail. Well, no, he is across the detail.

We have had numerous interactions with BHP and other mining companies. Let's get real about this. Let's fair dinkum about this. You do not Let's get real about this. Let's get increase investment by increasing taxes on business. You are not going to create jobs. You are not going to create investment if you have carbon and mining taxes on the mining industry. And in fact, BHP's Port

Hedland expansion which they have put off and is about $ put off and is about $20 billion is all iron ore which is part of the mining tax. But Olympic Dam is uranium and copper which has got nothing to with the mining tax. copper which has got nothing to do BHP is paying a huge amount of the mining tax. That's the bottom line, Kochie. Jack hasser and March just have been warning for months that specifically the carbon tax, the mining tax, industrial relations and a range of over things are making Australia one of the most expensive places in the world to do business. Of course, others have joined them. So this idea that somehow you are going to increase investment by increasing taxes is absurd. That's what Wayne what Wayne Swan was saying yesterday. Jo, what is absurd is continually to constantly exaggerate the argument. BHP have said the Olympic Dam decision had nothing to do with mining and carbon. Tony Abbott just ignores what the company says and says "

says "no, it must be true" without even reading the documentation. That's not right. Firstly, firstly, no. Firstly no. Tony Abbott actually did read the statement. I know he read the statement. He said on television he hadn't. If I can just finish. He misheard what the interviewer said. I know read the statement. I was with him what the interviewer said. I know he as he read the statement. So, somehow anyone who suggested he didn't... He suggested it so it's a fair thing to think how he - to think how he - if he says " to think how he - if he says "did not read the statement" you tend to believe trying to set the record straight about her time as a lawyer at Slater & Gordon and allegations of wrong-doing. She also took a swipe at what she regards as sexist treatment. , For many, many months now I have been the subject of a very sexist smear campaign from people for whom I have no respect. These are defamatory allegations and they are wrong. Tony, do you agree that's what motivated the store jichlt Most of the viewers won't have seen the material that the Prime Minister is talking about there, most of them hasn't run in the general media thanks heaven's but on-line, I've got to say, there has been a campaign run by a few people that - I don't think there is a other than disgusting for the way campaign run by a few people on-line

some of that has run. The PM has that - I don't think there is a word

been very careful ever since she came into politics, she is not someone to jump at saying there is

something sexist going on, but on this particular on-line campaign, I don't think it's something that anyone, whether they are in high office or any Australian at should be subject to this one. office or any Australian at all Joe, should be subject to this one. Joe, the Opposition has been on at the PM to address this issue, she's now done that, so are you satisfied? Joe Most of the newspapers and the editorials are satisfied with. Are you satisfied? Well, Kochie, it's not something we have been involved with I must say. This has been coming from a range of different sources. The Coalition hasn't engaged this in this. It's been more about what happened - to the Prime Minister as a lawyer and what she did as a lawyer and clearly, you know, She wasn't very good at what she did because she has got herself in a hell of a lot of trouble as a lawyer. Our issue is with her as a Prime Minister. her trust worthiness as a Prime with her as a Prime Minister. And Minister and that's where we are leaving it. A good knife in the back though. Thank you, Joe. A good subtle one. Thank you, both. See you next week. Here Celebrity chef Matt Golinski has given his first interview since the Boxing Day fire which claimed the lives of his wife and three daughters. Golinski also suffered severe burns to 40% of his body in the blaze at the family's Sunshine Coast home. For more, we're joined by Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper. Michelle, the interview with News Limited papers is accompanied by recent photos of the well-known chef. , It is just so tragic. It definitely is. In the photos you can see just how badly can see just how badly he was burned on his head, his face, his upper body and his arms. But you can also see how well he is recovering. There is just a hint of a smile there and just the steelly determination in his eyes which just reveals the kind of inner strength that he must have. It's unbelievable that he is actually alive considering just how serious his Burns were to nearly half of his body. He is very fortunate to have his eyesight. In the article, he says that he realises he survived for a reason but he has no idea why he was spared and now he is just determined to look forward and live a life that would make his family proud. Yeah, most Yeah, would make his family proud. Yeah Most of this look at this and wonder how on earth would you keep going on. What has he said to explain how he does. He has basically said physically he is getting stronger every day but emotionally it's still tough. Like you said, none of us can imagine the hell that he has been through and just the type of strength it must take to recover from something like this or why you would even want other than the fact that he has had incredible support from strangers, this or why you would even want to

friends and family and hospital staff and he says he couldn't have gotten through the dark days with all of the help and support. He says he has found incredible solace from playing the guitar again. Even though he has limited mobility in his arms and nerve damage in his fingers, music was something that he really enjoyed with his family so he is getting great joy from that. He has also started running again, he has competed in a couple of 10 kilometre runs so that's also just a really good sign. But you can't imagine what he has been through, but obviously he is incredibly determined to get better and live a full life if now on. We wish him well. Thank you, Prince Harry is maintaining a low profile. The third in line to the throne hasn't been seen since returning to Britain early from his US holiday. And UK newspapers are still refusing to publish the photos of a naked Harry in Las Vegas. While the images are widely available on the net, British media have not run them following an appeal from Clarence House to respect Harry's privacy. Now there are more questions about why the Prince's Scotland Yard protection team allowed the photos to be taken. American gossip site TMZ is now reporting sources at the party have accused the minders of being asleep at the wheel. It says they were enjoying the party more than protecting Harry. Olympic gold medallist Ryan Lochte has been speaking about meeting Prince Harry at the Vegas pool party before the now infamous photos were taken. He spoke with Matt Lauer. We are at the scene, the pool party and these people came over to my party and said Prince party and said Prince Harry was there not. You didn't know him before this I was all right, all right, let's go meet him. I went over there, I met him. I was fully clothed. So was he. He was like, do you want to do something, do you want to race me in the pool? Let's go. I took off my shirt and we jumped in and we just started racing. What was your impression of him, what kind of guy? You know how he is part of the Royal Family and everything but he is really a nice guy. He is really talkative and he just wanted to meet me and honestly he wanted to race me. I thought that was the coolest thing. After the race, did he say " After the race, did he say "hey, Ryan, I'm throwing another kind of party over at the room? Quality quality No, he didn't talk about that. He didn't talk about billiards? After our race, we went our separate ways. Now that you've seen the photos that have come out of that other little party that he through in the hotel room, are you sorry he didn't call you or are you happy he didn't call you? I am kind of happy. I don't need that. I can imagine. Talk to me a little bit about what else is happening for you? I know that you haven't been in the water in three weeks, right? Yes. Swimming. You say that's the longest break you have ever taken? Yeah, every since I was probably like ten years old. It's The longest break I've been. After racing Prince Harry, you know what, I got that competitive edge back in me and I want to get back in the water. Prince Harry has inspired him to get back in the water. He brings that out in people. He is an inspirational swimmer. He must be a good swimmer. Who He must be a good swimmer. Who leaked the photos. Maybe Harry was cutting his grass. They was cutting his grass. They are at a vai us pool party, hey, I'm a Olympian, hey, I'm a principles. It took him out of the picture. Harry beat him in the race with his winged keel! Just ahead on Sunrise - superstar Adam Lambert is performing live. He's sold millions of records around the world. But first, we have 20 grand to give away, thanks to the Cash Cow. But remember, the winner must answer within the first five rings.

Good morning. Australian tourist Tyson Dagley, charged over a fatal jet ski crash, will return to court in Hawaii next month. The 20-year-old appeared briefly in court today - he entered a no-contest plea. Before the case he opened up, denying he was being reckless out on the water. I was just a 20-year-old on a jet ski having fun. Every jet skier out there was doing the same thing. 16-year-old American Kristen Fonseca was killed when Tyson's jet ski slammed into hers.

Former Queensland surgeon Jayant Patel will find out today whether a High Court has quashed his manslaughter convictions. Patel was sentenced in 2010 to seven years jail after he was found guilty of the manslaughter of three men. The charges relate to his time at Bundaberg Base Hospital. Patel took the matter to the Court of Appeal in 2011 - it then went to the High Court. A decision will be handed down later today.

Four people have been taken to hospital after a crash between a car and a truck south-west of Sydney. The car and truck collided on the Hume Highway at Casula just after 3:00 this morning. The male driver of the car and his two female passengers were injured. The truck driver also suffered injuries and was taken to hospital. A so-called rostering bungle is being blamed after a member of the public managed to approach Julia Gillard during a live television media conference. The man walked in, pushed passed Immigration Minister Chris Bowen and placed a document in front of Ms Gillard. Parliamentary services admit no security guard was stationed at the door. It's, ah, possible to enter without a problem. The matter is now being looked at by Federal Police. Hawthorn has named Lance Franklin to return from a 6-week layoff in tomorrow's AFL blockbuster against the Swans. for Collingwood spearhead Travis Cloke holding talks with the in-demand key forward. Round 22 of the AFL gets underway tonight at the MCG with Essendon up against Richmond. The Bombers need a win to be any chance of sneaking into the finals. The match is on Seven and 7mate around the country. NRL star Luke Lewis is recovering after undergoing surgery for thyroid cancer last week. The cancer scare has robbed Lewis of the chance to play a farewell game for Penrith before he links with Cronulla. Meanwhile, there has been a betting plunge on the Raiders ahead of tonight's encounter with the Bulldogs in Canberra. There's speculation Canterbury may rest some players before the finals. In tonight's other clash to kick off Round 25 Manly hosts Brisbane. The Wallabies will finalise their team to face the All Blacks in this weekend's Bledisloe Cup Test following today's captain's run in Auckland. Recalled fly-half Quade Cooper is once again the centre of attention following a brief media conference. I'm back, I'm fit, healthy, I'm ready to go and I'll see everybody at Eden Park. Stephen Moore has replaced Tatafu Polota-Nau as starting hooker. Now to today's weather. , A beautiful spot, gorgeous day.

It just keeps getting better and better. There is a little bit of early mist. We are on a 40 foot boat so we might head over for some golf this morning or hang out on the water. I am not sure. The options are just endless, if you are a little bit like me when it comes to sailing and you don't even sailing and you don't even your starboard from your after the, spare a thought forez a, 11 years old and skippering a 33 foot boat. Very impressive. This place is ceeubling. This is your dad, Peter. You are up here. You're skippering the here. You're skippering the boat. What are your m