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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Australia takes a seat
on the powerful United Nations body. But will it be worth the $24 million
we spent getting the votes? A fatal crash and pile-up
close the F3 north of Sydney threatening traffic chaos
in the morning peak. Petrol prices skyrocket
to near-record highs. So is there relief in sight? Meet the man who saved a shark
by dragging it back into the sea. And, yep, that's a great white. # Dream of para, para, paradise # Para, para, paradise # Para, para, paradise

Some big news
on the world's biggest band. # Oh oh oh oh oh # Para, para, paradise. #

Right across Australia,
this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central,
here's Mel and Matt. A new song stuck in your head, called 'Paradise'. Because we have got very big cold play news coming --

got very big cold play news coming
-- Coldplay news coming up for you later.

Also this morning -
a man, a frozen pool and a camera. What could possibly go wrong?

('Benny Hill' music plays) ('Benny Hill' music plays).

The man who thought he was jumping
onto thin ice is coming up. But we'll begin with the news
of this Friday. Here's Nat.

That's broken-hip material...That's it, yeah. Pain, yeah, lots of it. But let's begin this Friday morning with the news with Nat.

Australia's $24 million campaign
for a UN Security Council seat has been a success. Australia gained 140 votes
in the first ballot of the General Assembly in New York. The 2-year role will see Australia
take part in crucial decisions about military interventions
around the world. It is always good to Australia win and this was
a big, juicy, decisive win and it's very, very sweet. It will be fifth time Australia
has served on the council. Luxemburg, South Korea,
Argentina and Rwanda have also won non-permanent seats
in this morning's vote. There has been chaos
on Sydney's F3 freeway overnight with a woman killed
in a horror crash involving a fire truck and two cars. The emergency vehicle
had been responding to another major incident nearby involving a semitrailer and 18 cars. The male driver of the fire truck
and a woman suffered minor injuries while another man was taken
to Royal North Shore Hospital with suspected spinal injuries. Witnesses saw the drama unfold. We saw the second car that crashed,
crash in front of us. There was no headlights
or anything like that. It was basically just the sparks
that we saw. A woman, who was ejected
from one of the vehicles, was found deceased nearby. All lanes, both northbound
and southbound, have been reopened. Police are investigating yet another
drive-by shooting in Sydney's west. Officers were called
to Garnett Street in Merrylands just before 8:00 last night
after reports of gunfire. Around an hour later, a man in his
20s presented at Auburn Hospital with a gunshot wound to his leg. Police are trying to confirm whether
or not he sustained his injuries in the incident. A crime scene has been secured. Several bullet casings
have been seized as evidence. A shark scare closed a Perth beach
yesterday afternoon, forcing swimmers out of the water. The 4m white pointer
came within 200m of Scarborough, clearly visible
from the Seven News helicopter. Swimmers and surfers
raced for the shore. It's been really encouraging to see people have been
complying with the warnings The State Government has ordered sharks can be hunted and killed
if they come too close. No order was made yesterday. The parents of a Bangladeshi man charged with trying to blow up
New York's Federal Reserve building are insisting their son is innocent. The 21-year-old
allegedly tried to detonate what he thought was a 450kg bomb. But it was actually a dummy device
supplied by an undercover FBI agent. This individual came here for the
purpose of doing a terrorist act. The man entered the US
on a student visa paid for by his family.

A new study has found
soft drinks, chocolate and cereals are pushing Aussie kids over recommended
daily added sugar intakes. The research has shown
around 60% of Australian children are getting more than 10%
of their daily energy requirements from added sugar. That's above the World Health
Organisation's recommended limit. Researchers found sugar consumption
increased as children got older. Teenage boys aged 14 to 16

are, on an average, consuming
22 teaspoons of sugar daily. Experts are calling
for better food labelling to help parents make
healthier choices for their kids. In finance news:

Can the good news last? Craig James is at CommSec.

Today is the 25th anniversary of the October' 87 share market crash, when the Dow Jones lost 27% in one day. The sounds dreadful but if you invested $ invested $10,000 after that event today it would be worth $ today it would be worth $137,000. So it is a kaigs of being in the market over a long period of time. Not just the US, if you invested $ the US, if you invested $10,000 in March 2000 99 in Australia, it would today be worth $ today be worth $17,000. The share market has got further legs. We are seeing further improvement in the global economy and we are going to see more money being put to work in the share market, rather than other assets.OK, Craig, we need to keep you around. you assets.OK, Craig, we need to keep you around. This is good, excellent. Thank you very much.

Still ahead this Sunrise - should there be a time limit on how long homeless people
can live in parks? But first, here's Beretts.

It's the pair of you, it's Craig and the questions you ask that nail it.

Jim Cassidy will ride favourite
Glencadam Gold in tomorrow's Caulfield Cup with the threat of a corruption
probe hanging over his head. Racing New South Wales chief steward
Ray Murrihy plans to meet with the
Organised Crime Squad today to investigate Cassidy's links
to jailed drug kingpin Tony Mokbel. It's alleged Cassidy received
secret payments from Mokbel in return for inside information
on some of his mounts in 2006. It's against the rules of racing for jockeys to sell
inside information on their rides. The Sydney Sixers
are through to the semifinals of the Twenty20 Champions League following a 5-wicket win over
the Highveldt Lions in Cape Town. Shane Watson starred once again
in his last match before heading home to prepare
for the Australian summer. He claimed 2 wickets
and smashed 47 runs, helping Sydney chase down
its 138-run target with five balls to spare Paceman Mitchell Starc
continued his sizzling run of form, claiming 3/19.

The V8 Supercars will hit the
streets of Surfers Paradise today in preparation
for this weekend's Gold Coast 600. Jamie Whincup's adamant he won't be driving to protect
his 161-point championship lead. It's still early days and our strategy at TeamVodafone
is to attack all the way to the end. Whincup's teaming up with
Indy car star Sebastien Bourdais. All the action's live on Seven
this weekend.

Matt, we are on the bus and straight up there.Checking the forecast too, hot, hot, hot.Yes, hot in Pit Lane. Can you put the ice vests like the drivers have?Good idea, Mel.We can keep one for you in the commentary box.Thanks, I hope the air conditioning doesn't break for you in the commentary box.We are all a little hot under the collar this morning because, be still my beating heart.M-m-motor show?Well picked Beretts. If this is not a car to die for, ladies and gentlemen, the Aston Martin.177.Boom, Beretts! Representing just 77 made in the entire world. entire world.I is that the only one in Australia? THE only one in Australia! What kind of tyre pressures do they run?About 36 KPA. Beautiful. Built for high-speed roads, you need to up the pressures from your 32 when you're doing 354km/h! When you need to go to the McDonald's drive through and you need to get their fast, this Aston Martin is the car that is going to do the J-O-B for you. 7. do the J-O-B for you. 7.3 litres, set back from the front, more midbalance for perfect cornering. Does it have seats in the back for the kids?No! Who needs seats in a car this good. What is wrong with you? $ you? $2 million, plus, my friends. Oh!(Whistles)I would show you the inside, but I don't know how to work the doors. Let's look at the forecast.

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23 a man was legally allowed to marry a car, I would be in love and have a repbg on its finger by this afternoon.You'd have to fight for it.Beretts, you can have her a couple of days a week and I'll have it for the rest, on raitation.Fully hand made, aren't they?Fully completely, carbon fouber, superlight weight, this is a one-off machine.We think so differently, boys, we really do. The thought of marrying that.Oh! Put a cup holder in it, whatever!Put a champagne glass holder in it.

Australia wins a seat on the
United Nations Security Council. Plus, petrol pain - drivers slugged at the pump as
prices head to near record levels. But next,
chilling new details emerge about a plot to detonate a bomb
in New York.

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New details this morning about
the chilling plot to bomb New York. charged over plans to attack
the Federal Reserve building. 'The Fed' is considered
the home of the US economy and authorities say the man had been
plotting the attack for months. Jonathan Deenst has more.

Quazi Mohammad Nafis, a 21-year-old from Bangladesh, entered the US in January on a student visa but authorities say his real purpose for coming was violent Jihad. He was arrested and appeared in court on Wednesday, charging with attempting to use a weapons of mass destruction.This individual came with the express purpose of committing a terrorist act. He was motivated by al-Qaeda.His residents in Queens was searched by authorities for cel phones, BlackBerries, anything he may have used to carry out his terror plot.I didn't see anyone with him.After one semester at south west state university in Missouri, he moved to New York. Meeting with one man several times to help with the attack, once in central park. That man turned out to be an FBI informant and from that time, he was under intense surveillance by homeland security, FBI and New York police. He wrote an article he hoped would be published by a Jihad web site, saying: Authorities say he first set his sights on the New York stock exchange but was scared off by the amount of security. By last month he decided to target the Federal Reserve, both blocks just from ground zero.It reaffirms that the city is a top terrorist target. He purchased 1,000 pounds of what he thought was fertiliser to make a bomb and assembled it in a ware house. He parked a van in front of the Federal Reserve building. He repeatedly dialled his cell phone that he thought would detonate the bomb. That's when federal agents moved in. Thank God they did.An amazing they could find him in all that as well. Shows you they are still on high alert.Always will be, I

Jonathan Deenst reporting. Still ahead on Sunrise - more pain for drivers
at the petrol pump as prices head to record levels. Plus, name and shame - the new warning system protecting us
against dodgy online products. And ice, ice, crazy!

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The man who thought
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It is always good to Australia win and this was
a big, juicy, decisive win and it's very, very sweet. Foreign Minister Bob Carr celebrating victory
at the United Nations. We've won a non-permanent seat
on the Security Council.

Not permanent?Not good enough to be there all the time.

Senator Carr says it shows the rest of the world
thinks we're a good global citizen and they like what we do.

Lycra wanda, they were on for a while, -- like, Rawanda. And Argentina. Is there a chance Bob just got excited?It's his champagne moment.We are going to ask, the $ moment.We are going to ask, the $25 million? Was it worth it? We spent three times as much to not get the World Cup in soccer.It is a good point.

Making headlines this morning - a proposal to put a time limit
on homeless people living in parks. Adelaide Council's considering it after concerns some homeless
have set up permanent camps. It's considering taking people
to welfare services after a set period. Is a time limit unfair
on those homeless people?

Love to hear your views?It is a hard one, isn't it? A tough one. Where do they go?How do you police it?Obviously, we haven't got enough beds to accommodate them in major cities.And some people who don't want to go to places and choose to sleep on the streets. Do they have a right?

Going viral this morning - the bloke who thought
he was jumping onto thin ice.

Yep, it's frozen. Yes, that had to hurt. We are thinking broken hip possibly there. The ice was a little harder than he thought it might have been. Here is slow motion, expecting pen traiz and it did not happen? You can tell -- pkting penetration. Actually it is going to hurt more tomorrow.OK, boys.We are getting a seat on the United Nations boys.We are getting a seat on the United Nations Secuity Council, Vladimir Putin here is trying to jump in.Makes your eyes water watching it?Julia Gillard will be happy. It has taken her fall off the front page.I hated that yesterday. Is it every girl's worst nightmare? I have done it so many times I have done it so many times.Jump into ice?No, fall over. I am the biggest gluts clutz.-- clutz. Fell sorry for her.

Ahead on Sunrise - today's code word
for the Sunrise Cash Call. Plus, breastmilk being sold online. Are women at danger
and what are the risks? And sugar hit - the alarming new research on
just how much our kids are eating.

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within five rings otherwise the cash jackpots. News time. Here's Nat. A woman has been killed
in a horror crash overnight on the F3 Motorway
just north of Sydney. The collision,
involving a fire truck and two cars, happened as the fire crew was
leaving an earlier incident. And there's more problems
this morning following a third crash
a short time ago. Sunrise reporter Elle Taylor
joins us. What's the latest there?

Yes, Nat, it is shaping up to be a very long and frustrating drive for commuters into the city using the F 3. Two of the three south 3. Two of the three south bound lanes have been closed following an accident between a truck and a car on the Brooklyn Bridge. The lanes opened only a short time ago following a crash between an RFS vehicle and two cars. Tragically, a female passengers was killed after being ejected and run over. The driver is in a critical condition, in the Royal North Shore Hospital, he suffered internal injuries as well as suss pected spinal injuries. An RFS volunteer was driving the tanker and another female have been taken to the Hornsby hospital and will have to undergo urine testing. They were returning to base after responding to an earlier crash involving a tanker and 18 vehicles. It has been a very busy night on the highway and is shaping up to be a very busy morning.It has, thank you.

Australia has come from behind to win a seat
on the UN Security Council. Australia won
in the first-round ballot, gaining 140 of a possible 193 votes. Foreign Minister Bob Carr says
it's a proud moment for us all. This vote endorses Australia
as a good global citizen. This is the world saying
we respect Australian values, we respect
Australian professionalism, we want Australia to help. Victory didn't come cheap. The 4-year campaign
cost taxpayers $24 million. Police have responded
to another drive-by shooting in Sydney's west overnight. Officers were called to a street
in Merrylands just before 8:00. There, they seized
several bullet casings. Around an hour later, a man in his 20s
presented at Auburn Hospital with a gunshot wound to his leg. Police are trying to confirm whether
or not he sustained his injuries in the incident.

Forensic tests have revealed the charred body found in the
Gold Coast hinterland on Wednesday belong to a man but police are no closer
to finding out who he is. They believe the body was dumped shortly before a bushfire
was deliberately lit nearby. Police have found some items
alongside the body. They're still at the scene
and they're still in situ so once we get them out
and we'll hopefully release them to help identify the male person. Volunteers spent yesterday
combing the area for clues. Anti-austerity protests
have turned ugly again in Athens. A planned demonstration
quickly descended into violence as youths pelted riot police with
petrol bombs, bottles and rocks. Police responded
with tear gas and stun grenades, injuring at least 16 protesters
as they moved to disperse the crowd. A man in his 60s
died of a heart attack during the nationwide day of action.

The parents of conjoined twins
in Britain have spoken of their relief after surgery to separate the girls
was a success. A life-threatening blockage
in Rosie and Ruby's shared intestine meant the newborns had to be taken
for emergency surgery hours after their birth. If they didn't have it, then
that could've just been as risky. They wouldn't have survived.

The girls are now expected to live
happy and normal lives. In finance news:

Shane Watson
has provided the Sydney Sixers with the perfect parting gift, ensuring their place in the Twenty20
Champions League semifinals. Watson powered the Sixers'
to a 5-wicket victory over the Highveldt Lions
in Cape Town overnight. He claimed two wickets
and scored 47 runs as Sydney reeled
in its 138-run target with five balls to spare. so we'll wish him goodbye
and get ready for the test series but we've got pretty good cover
there. Paceman Mitchell Starc
enhanced his test claims with an impressive 3-wicket haul. Hawthorn free agent Clinton Young has reportedly agreed
to a 3-year deal with Collingwood. The premiership defender
has until 5:00 today to tell the AFL
he wishes to switch clubs. Meanwhile, Adelaide and Sydney are expected to finalise
the Kurt Tippett trade today. The Crows will receive
Swans forward Jesse White and a first-round draft pick. The Wallabies insist
they're excited by the challenge of taking on the All Blacks in tomorrow night's Bledisloe Cup
test at Suncorp Stadium. The all-conquering Kiwis
are heavy favourites to record their
17th straight victory against an Australian side that's missing a staggering
23 players through injury. Prop James Slipper has been elevated
to the starting side after Ben Alexander
succumbed to a wrist injury.

Oh boy... The good news is the V8s are on this weekend, on the Gold Coast, live coverage on Seven over the weekend. Don't forget to check your local guides for the details. And now let's check with Grant Denyer, who is, be still my beating heart, at the Australian International Motor Show?Yes, the Australian International Motor Show at Darling Harbour, some people have the ability to just dream, tay are craftsman -- they are either catsman internalary or by dream. This is by fatherson combo, they hope to turn it into real. They take the old ducattys, of the olden days and turn them into a modern car.Very Gatsby? Yes, it is, isn't it? It is like, when Batman is Bruce Wayne, as opposed to Batman. Some people have a bigger dream, I would like you to introduceia to a god, Rosco McGlaskin, the fastest man in Australia.690 clicks we want to get.1,000?Yes, the Holy Grail of motor racing, it is where we want to be.It makes you the fastest man in the world. the world. Why? What is it like at that kind of speed?We haven't got there, the best we have done is about 643 miles, that happens pretty quick but the biggest thing is the driving sensation, driving over the curvature of the earth, got my bum out of the seat of the role cage, it is quite a sensation.It is like driving over a hill, because u are looking at the curvature of the earth.Felix Baumgartner style.How do you get a wheel to thurn that fast?That is the fast?That is do you get a wheel to thurn that fast?That is the issue. We have 200,000 horsepower?That is all these cars in here combined and he has more?Yes, lots of development, 1,000 mile as an hour wheel, so much development has gone into this.You need how many of these at $ need how many of these at $30,000? To qualify you need four on the car, yes.The world's first 1,000 mile an hour wheel! Let's look at the forecast.

Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne.

Low-pressure troughs
are triggering thunderstorms over inland parts of WA,
South Australia and the Top End. These troughs
are also directing heat into South Australia, Victoria,
New South Wales and Queensland. Moist westerly winds
are bringing showers to Tasmania and south-west WA. A high is keeping skies
mostly clear in the east.

Ten years in the making. That there is going to propel Australia, and Rosco, to the world's fastest man title. That is the engine. Say? 0 to 1 thousand?20 seconds.Oh!20 seconds?Yes.What is that in kilometres?1609.Yes. That's 200,000 horsepower?Yes.What makes it the most? How you beat the current one?The previous cars have run jet engines, with the jet engine intake, a lot of geometry, as you approach super sonic speeds, you can't do in a car, too hard.What is this one?It is a rocket.It's rocket-powered!It is a B 3 rocket motor, arthritic in-- flick the switch.You are my reserve driver amch.I love you.I bet he doesn't have life insurance. If speed is your thing, you might want to go skiing?

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Still to come on Sunrise - should our kids be eating
22 teaspoons of sugar each day? Plus, the new website to protect you
against dodgy online products. It's promising
to name and shame things that aren't safe
for Aussie customers. And Australia wins a seat on the powerful
United Nations Security Council. So what does it actually mean
for you and me? We'll ask Foreign Minister Bob Carr
next. But now, it's time for your
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It is the major route between Sydney, the central coast and Newcastle. We will have a live report from the scene very shortly.

on the
United Nations Security Council. Foreign Minister Bob Carr
is in New York. This was a $24 million campaign, but what does it actually mean
for Australia?

The $ The $24 million campaign, but over five years. It was a modest amount for us to pay for getting the endorsement of 140 countries out of 193 in the general assembly of the United Nations. It has been a very big win for Australia, a very big vote of confidence in Australia. It gives us the opportunity to shape United States peace keeping, to promote interests of women and girls, especially in the developing world, to promote the causes of disarmament and reining in the growth of small arms like the AK 47s or Kalashnikovs that are killing people every day. It is the agenda of Australia and the agenda of a good global citizen and is being recognised by a whopping vote.As a non-permanent seat, do we still get as much say as the permanent ones? Does our contribution, is it significant?It is significant. It is not as great as those permanent members on the Secuity Council, who ofors, under the constitution, or the charter of the UN, enjoy the opportunity for veto decisions they don't like. But we work within the limitations of the UN to do the good we can. With all the weaknesses of the UN, there are 16 major peace keeping operations around the world and the number of troops involved in it is greater than all other armies of the world, except of course, for the US. The UN can't transform the human situation. But it can make a difference in areas where you have got these terrible conflicts and Australia is now on the executive board of the UN, we are at the core of the UN because a big majority of nations looking at the alternatives available, thought, " available, thought, "No, we see Australia as the global citizen best able to do these things." able to do these things.". It is an opportunity, all Australians can be proud at this moment, it is always hard for Australia to win these international ballots. Whether it is a ballot to host an international sporting vent, the Olympics or the vup sporting vent, the Olympics or the sporting vent, the Olympics or World Cup, Australia is not part of a bloc. In these intense contests we have got to be a long way better than the other people trying to do it and we were. Getting the 140 votes confirms it.Thank you for talking to us.My pleasure, thank you.Here is Nat.

Desperate mums unable to breastfeed are turning to online milk banks
to buy breastmilk. Classified-style ads
are springing up on websites offering the chance to buy,
or even sell, breastmilk. The cost is as little
as $1 for 30 mils. But just how safe is it
to buy breastmilk online? Dr Ginni Mansberg joins us. Ginni, is this dangerous?

Is it safe?No. How do you know the mum you are buying breastmilk from doesn't have HIV AIDS or tuberculosis? It is not the thing you would do for your baby if you can't breastfeed. These are not to be confused with our legitimate breastmilk banks we have in Australia and they make sure the mums donating are safe. They are not doing it for profit but out of the goodness of their hearts.Yes, in hospitals in Australia. While we have got you, we found shauft drinks, chocolates and cereals are pushing Aussies kids over the sugar intake. They get more than 20% of their energy from added sugar. It does creep up. What is your advice? Obviously, soft drinking and lollies are no-brainers, they are party food. The worry for parents is things like breckful cereals and muesli bars, parents think are the healthy choice but they have sugar poured in. It is way too much. Look at the nutrition box on a cereal, look for as little sugar as possible. We don't distinguish between added or processed sugar so look for the least sugar.Yes, sounds like everyone is eating too much. Tank you. R here is

When it comes to buying online,
cheap is not always better. And sometimes your bargain purchase
can be more trouble than it's worth. Now a new website promises
to protect shoppers from buying potentially dodgy
overseas products. It will name foreign items
which have been recalled and not considered safe
for Australian customers. To tell us more, I'm joined by the
ACCC's deputy chair Delia Rickard. Delia, good morning to you. What's brought about this website?

Look, things like children's products in particular. Children's furniture, and toys, of course. A lot of safety problems in the past. Most countries product safety standards around them and recalls in that area are quite common. Other things we have seen recalls are things like tooth whiteners which have lots of peroxide in them which cause burns in the mouth and toxic hair straighteners. So if you are buying online, it is good idea to go to global-recall to check.So go online before you Gogol River online to buy. What else do we look out for?It is always good to deal with a repative seller, so a seller you know or someone you know is recommended. Do your research, check out the seller, check out the product, take care of your personal ID when shopping online and make sure you take care of your personal details on protected sites.Thank you, it is good to check out before you buy online. Thank you.

News is coming up, including more on our breaking story
- disruptions to the traffic on the F3
north of Sydney. Plus, the bloke who risked his life
to save a great white. See the video and meet the man. But next, Miranda Kerr sizzles in a stunning new
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'Twilight' star Robert Pattinson is preparing for a trip to Sydney
this weekend. But will he bring his
on-again, off-again girlfriend, Kristen Stewart? Let's ask our man in the know,
Nelson Aspen, who is live from the streets
of New York. Nelson, what brings him
to our shores?

He's coming for a fan event to promote the next 'Twilight' movie. He actually said no to some media appearances on the red carpet but he is planning to attend the fan events and promote the movie. He will spend more time down under next year when he is shooting a film.Will Kristen Stewart follow him is.That is the big question that remains to be seen. Will she get her passport ready and jump on the plane? We don't know yet. But it wouldn't be a surprise. After all, it is her movie too. The conspirest theories say they have gotten together for the love of promotion of the film, not true love. It remains to be seen. Stay tuned.Hey, Nelsan. It is my final day.

Moving on, and mother-of-one
Miranda Kerr has shown off in a new lingerie
campaign for Victoria's Secret?

The difference here it is all Miranda Kerr sp.Because it your last day, we thought we would show you pictures of Miranda Kerr, aged 29 in lingerie. It is tough work but keeping that gorgeous body, as a wife and mother, looking spectacular. There is a little present for you, Matt.It is not an ad, it is a music video.You want us to stop it?No, no.He could have had two more minutes of that but he chose to say goodbye. See you soon.

This is Sunrise. These are the top stories
this hour - Australia takes a seat
on the powerful United Nations body. But will it be worth the $24 million
we spent getting the votes? An overnight fatal crash and pile-up
close the F3, north of Sydney. And this morning,

another accident on the same road is
causing traffic chaos in peak hour. Petrol prices skyrocket
to near-record highs. So is there relief in sight?

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this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central,
here's Mel and Matt.

Good morning to the kids from the merry weather high school. They are in a competition and get bonus points for appearing on telly. Well done.Tick the box. Welcome to this hour of Sunrise.

That Coldplay news later this hour. But right now,
it's time for the news of the day. Here's Nat.

A woman has been killed
in a horror crash overnight on the F3 freeway
just north of Sydney. The collision,
involving a fire truck and two cars, happened as the emergency vehicle
was leaving an earlier incident. And there are more problems
this morning following more crashes. Sunrise reporter Elle Taylor,
what's the latest there?

Bring us up to date?Yes, look, Nat, for drivers travelling into the city along the F 3, they have been advised to delay their trip or face serious delays. It follows an accident, not an hour ago, shutting two of the three southbound lanes into the city. While no-one was injured, it is expected to cause delays for the rest of the morning. Also, heavy traffic travelling north. We know further up the highway at west Gosford, a person is trapped after rolling their car near the McDonald's car park. All this follows an incredibly busy night for emergency services. There were two serious crashes, including one in which a woman lost her life.

A scene of devastation on the F3. Overnight, northbound lanes
on the busy freeway were closed as emergency crews responded
to the horror crash. Around 10:30, a fire truck, heading out to another
major multi-vehicle incident collided with two cars. Kim and Vanessa were travelling
behind and saw the drama unfold. Basically, we came over the hill and saw the flashing lights
from the fire truck, weren't really sure
if it was police or what They were lucky to escape
the collision ahead. We saw the second car that crashed,
crash in front of us. It was basically
just the sparks that we saw. Debris was left
scattered across the road. The male driver of the fire truck
and a woman suffered minor injuries with suspected spinal injuries. A woman, who was ejected
from one of the vehicles, was found deceased nearby. Just down the freeway
an hour earlier, a semitrailer car carrier
lost its tail shaft. 18 cars suffered damage,
running over it but no-one was hurt. Southbound lanes were closed
as crews cleared the area. The Metropolitan
Crash Investigation Unit has been called in
to investigate the fatal accident.

There is a very strong police presence here on the highway this morning. They are doing their best to advice travellers of the conditions but the advice to anyone using the F 3 this morning is delay your trip where possible and expect delays.Thanks very much.

Australia will take a seat at the
UN Security Council from next year after winning
the first round of voting at the General Assembly in New York. Seven's US bureau chief Mike Amor
has been following the campaign. Mike, this victory came at a price.

Yes, Nat, the official figure is $ Yes, Nat, the official figure is $24 million for the five-year campaign but probably a lot more when you take into account aid given to countries whose vote we were chasing. This is really a come-from-behind win for Australia. We were considered an under dog compared to Finland and Luxembourg. There are ten nonpermanent seats and five permanent seats on the Secuity Council, which of course, makes all the key decisions for the United Nations. All of a sudden, our opinions are more powerful in the world. Our two-year term begins next year in 2013. In that time, a lot of key decisions will be made, especially of course about Afghanistan where we have a key stake. I know the Foreign Minister just started on Sunrise, listen to what he had to say.

It was a modest amount to pay
for us getting the endorsement of 140 countries out of 193 in the General Assembly
of the United Nations, this has been a very big win
for Australia. a vote of confidence in Australia.

We've been on the Secuity Council four times before, Nat, but not since 1986.OK, Mike Amo, thank you very much.

Police are investigating yet another
drive-by shooting in Sydney's west. Officers were called
to Garnett Street in Merrylands just before 8:00 last night
after reports of gunfire. Around an hour later, a man in his 20s
presented at Auburn Hospital with a gunshot wound to his leg. Police are trying to confirm
whether or not he sustained his injuries
in the incident. A crime scene has been secured. Several bullet casings
have been seized as evidence. The parents of a Bangladeshi man charged with trying to blow up
New York's Federal Reserve building are insisting their son is innocent. The 21-year-old
allegedly tried to detonate what he thought was a 450kg bomb but it was actually a dummy device
supplied by an undercover FBI agent. This individual came here for the
purpose of doing a terrorist act. The man entered the US on a
student visa paid for by his family. A new study has found soft drinks,
chocolate and cereals are pushing Aussie kids over recommended
daily added sugar intakes. The research has shown
around 60% of Australian children are getting more than 10%
of their daily energy requirements from added sugar. That's above the World Health
Organisation's recommended limit. Researchers found sugar consumption
increased as children got older. Teenage boys aged 14 to 16 are, on average, consuming
22 teaspoons of sugar daily. Experts are calling
for better food labelling to help parents make
healthier choices for their kids. In finance news:

Still ahead this Sunrise - should there be a time limit on how long homeless people
can live in parks? But first, here's Beretts. Jim Cassidy will ride favourite
Glencadam Gold in tomorrow's Caulfield Cup with the threat of a corruption
probe hanging over his head. Racing New South Wales chief steward
Ray Murrihy plans to meet with the
Organised Crime Squad today to investigate Cassidy's links
to jailed drug kingpin Tony Mokbel. It's alleged Cassidy received
secret payments from Mokbel in return for inside information
on some of his mounts in 2006. It's against the rules of racing for jockeys to sell
inside information on their rides. The Sydney Sixers
are through to the semifinals of the Twenty20 Champions League following a 5-wicket win over
the Highveldt Lions in Cape Town. Shane Watson starred once again
in his last match before heading home to prepare
for the Australian summer. He claimed two wickets
and smashed 47 runs, helping Sydney chase down
its 138-run target with five balls to spare. Paceman Mitchell Starc
continued his sizzling run of form, claiming 3/19.

11-time world champion Kelly Slater
has been sensationally dumped out of the Rip Curl Pro in Portugal. Slater's shock defeat in Round 3 is great news for Aussie
Joel Parkinson who has golden opportunity to extend
his lead in the world title race. World number 3 Mick Fanning's
also out of the event after going down to fellow Aussie
Owen Wright in Round 5. The V8 Supercars will hit the
streets of Surfers Paradise today in preparation for this weekend's
Gold Coast 600. Jamie Whincup's adamant he won't be driving to protect
his 161-point championship lead. It's still early days and our strategy at TeamVodafone
is to attack all the way to the end. Whincup's teaming up with
Indy car star Sebastien Bourdais. All the action's live on Seven
this weekend.

It's going to be a cracker, Matt. Huge, from motor sport heaven to motoring heaven, Grant at the Australian International Motor Show. What you got now.Look, I love my environment, but hybrid cars, lame! Until now. Check out this from Lexus. How would you like your hybrid car to have 500 horsepower? This is one of 500 cars Lexus have made in the world. The dashes in three-D to bring the window up and down, swiping it like an iPhone. The colour inspired by the Australian opal. You can't find this colour on the chart, don't even look for it on the rainbow, this is one from one, this colour. That is a design of the future for hybrid cars. No more hraepl hybrid cars. I got another hraepl hybrid cars. I got for you after -- no more lame cars.

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Thank God they are doing muscle in biotechnology. This thing here has a zero footprint. Why? Does it have a zero footprint?Building the car we used all second-hand parts and parts from junk yards and wreckers around Orange.But more importantly a 600 horsepower of what?600 horse power biodiesel.You made an Australian muscle car friendly?Yes, that's right.Have a look at this, can I just borrow this. What a craftsman. Let me show you this trick.Oh, yeah!The remote, and check this out... Oh! How good is that?Why? out... Oh! How good is that?Why?... out... Oh! How good is that? Why?....Because they can.The world's first environment friendly muscle car.It is green? It is green.Grant my ride.They could cause problems.

Just back to traffic problems
on the F3 motorway just north of Sydney. After a couple of collisions
overnight, including a fatality, there've been more crashes
this morning to disrupt highway peak hour. Nicola Wood is overhead
in the Traffic Chopper. What's the latest?

Good morning, guys. Well I've got good news for you, they've just cleared the collision. It was just past the Hawkesbury River bridge, they have just cleared all the cars so thankfully the delays are starting to ease. They quickly built up for 5 Ks, down from the up for 5 Ks, down from the Central Coast to Sydney, it is looking good towards the bridge, sun glare is an issue. We have got an accident on the Central Coast high way from Carriyong Hill.So anyone deciding whether to leave for your? Your advice?My advice, I think you are clear to leave now. I was telling everyone to press the snooze button and enjoy watching Sunrise but I think it is OK to go now and you can make it.Good to go. Thank you. Live in our traffic chopper this morning.

Australia has won its bid
for a non-permanent seat on the
United Nations Security Council. We beat Luxembourg and Finland
in a secret ballot overnight at the UN in New York. Let's get some reaction now. Our regular Big Guns
are overseas at the moment, so we have some special guests
today - Trade Minister Craig Emerson and Liberal frontbencher
Sophie Mirabella. Good morning to you both. Craig, why was it so important for
us to be on the Security Council?

Well, this is an enormously important body in seeking to maintain peace and stability around the world. In our own area, the United Nations Secuity Council was involved in setting up the arrangements in East Timor. We've got North Korea, where people are very worried about the acquisition swrigz of nuclear weapons. A bit further abroad, Iran, Syria, all these are challenges to international peace and of course, governments have a responsibility to maintain peace and we will be at the main table. It is a great victory. We thought we would be battling it out with three countries and we could come second, hopefully out of those three. Thankfully, we came first. 140 out of 193 votes. Thanks to everyone who was involved. The foreign affairs team, Kevin Rudd, of course, who initiated this bid, and Julia Gillard for going to New York a little while ago and talking with those countries, that obviously had a very positive effect.Sophie, your views, $ views, $24 million spent over five years, Tony Abbott said it would be disastrous if we lost.It is great to have an Aussie win. It was an expensive win. It is 100 millions in indirect and direct aid but now we have it, it is important to make the most of the opportunity and serve with distinction over the next two years. Work well with the other non-permanent members lycra wanda and Argentina and make a -- like, Rawanda and make a contribution.How can the Government garn uranium is only used for peaceful purposes? Shoo it is what we do when we enter into arrangements with other countries, you are right, that uranium is used for peaceful purposes. The Labour Party changed its platform on this to allow it to happen and negotiations will start in earnest. It will take some time to make sure we get it right but India is now the third largest economy on the earth with 1. economy on the earth with 1.2 billion people. That trip was very important in forging closer relationships. We will take all the necessary care and time to make sure the agreement is watertight.What is your view, Sophie? Is there a risk? Do you understand that some voters are a little nervous?. I can understand the whole issue of uranium sales is controversy but we need to ensure in our dealings with our neighbours we treat them with respect. I think this visit was important because some damage had been done to the relations when the decision was made to stop any sale of uranium to India and at a time when the Foreign Minister didn't even know. So I think it is important that, whether it is Indonesia, whether it's India, that we deal with them on an open basis, on a no-secrets basis and we maintain very good relations. This was part of rebuilding some of that damage. Thank you.Can I just add there, we haven't actually stopped uranium sales, there haven't been uranium sales, this facilitates the sale to uranium to India for peaceful purposes.It has been a big week in diplomatic circles. Thank you.Here is Nat.

There's more pain on the way
for drivers with petrol prices
nearing record highs. Unleaded prices in Brisbane
have reached a 6-month high. In Sydney, prices jumped 20 cents
at some servos yesterday, breaking through the $1.60 per litre
barrier for regular unleaded. The highest price was 161.9c.

Joining me now is the president
of the NRMA Wendy Machin. Good morning to you. $1.60 - how close is this
to being a record high?

Well, actually, Nat, we have much higher prices about four years ago. 2008, prices were very high, the cost of oil was higher. And they were about, on average, 20 cents higher, a litre than what we are seeing today. It seeing today. It was painful for motorists because we had the big leap overnight a couple of nights ago and not as bad as it was and I am sure motorists don't want it again.Not good when it is one hit. Tell us why?The price cycle we see in most of the capital cities. Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne have bottomed out. We are now going into the next price cycle. Prices are always higher at the beginning of the cycle. It is why we got the big jump overnight, from the bottom of one cycle to the beginning of a new cycle and the higher price. They will go up for the next day or so and then start to trend down. So next week a bit of relief. Shoo what is the cycle?Explain why the oil companies justify the cycle?Good question. We have asked the oil companies to justify the cycle, we companies to justify the cycle, can't see a justification. It has changed. A few weeks ago, it was a regular weekly cycle, especially the eastern seaboard and then it went all over the place. The last cycle was 13 days, the one before was 16 days. We are not sure how long the cycle will last but we know the higher prices are at the beginning, if you can hold off, you will get a better price next week.Thank you, back to Mel.

Now to one of the most talked-about
couples in the country - Brynne and Geoffrey Edelsten. Reality TV star Brynne
has spoken of her heartbreak over her husband's involvement
with an American woman. Geoffrey Edelsten took the woman,
Stacy da Silva, to court to stop their dealings
becoming public. Geoffrey Edelsten
has won the case preventing da Silva from talking to
the media about their involvement. But the victory was marked by
scathing comments from the judge. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells
is on this story. Nick, what did the judge say?

Well, he didn't pay either of them in a -- paint either of them in a positive light. He said they were prepared to mislead the court in any matter they thought they might get away with and were unimpressive witnesses. However, he said Geoffrey Edelsten was credible as a witness which allowed to find in his favour. Of course, it centres around his involvement with Stacey De Silva, he met on a sugar dad aweb site. met on a sugar dad aweb site Geoffrey Edelsten said found in his favour. Brynne doesn't consider him a liar. She said he made poor choice.They choose to play their life out publicly. Brynne has a reality TV show, 'My Bedazzled Life', what are they saying about their marriage?It can't be easy. Playing the dramas of your life out inpublic. Most have made the most of the publicity the relationship generates. Asked how the marriage is going, Geoffrey said one word, " going, Geoffrey said one word, "Fine." Brynne said a little more. She said, " She said, "We're working on it. I don't know what's going to happen and hopefully we can make good of everything but we'll see." Which dozen sound entirely positive -- which doesn't sound entirely positive.We will wait and see, I am sure it will be on the show. Here is Matt.

It's fast, furious and very hot - the Gold Coast 600 blasts off today and it's Queensland's
biggest sporting event of the year. Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper is in pit lane and, Michelle,
some of the drivers competing have never even driven a V8 before?

Yes, that's right, Matt. It is really hard to believe that more than half of the 28 international codrivers had never been behind the wheel of a V8 before Wednesday's practise session. So they had less than 48 hours to finetune their skills. Let's take a look.

I wrote him a big sheet of paper,
how to drive it and everything and my engineer said it was the
smartest thing I've ever written. has only just met his co-driver,
Nick Heitfeld, from Germany and this will be the first time
he's competed in a V8. Isn't it a bit nerve wracking? A little bit, because I've
never been in the car before. The biggest difference for me
is obviously the paddle shift and then here, it's being sat
on the right-hand side of the car and the gear lever, as well, so even on the test day, remembering how to change gear. With just hours left
before the big race, Darren Turner from England
is getting some last-minute advice from co-driver and 2010
series winner James Courtney. And on the left, I struggled a lot 'cause a few times
I went off the track just because I thought,
"Ah, I've still got plenty of room." And then... (CLUNK!) There'll be a wall. Yeah, I know.
So I need to be a bit more careful! Here are the keys, Michelle. Alright, let's take it for a spin. He's got no idea what he's in for. OK, here we go. Race leader Jamie Whincup
doesn't need any fine tuning. He's won the V8 Supercars
Championship three times but he's happy to give me
a few tips. This is so narrow. It is very narrow,
walls on either side, it's a concrete canyon. So tip number one - just try to keep our hands
nice and even on the steering wheel. Perfect. Yep. I feel much better now. It's my first time behind the wheel
of a V8 also and this is one treacherous track. A chicane is a
left-right combination or a right-left combination but here, we're going to triple, so it's left-right,
left-right, left-right. So really, really cool part
of the track. This is really tricky, isn't it? It is tricky. You lose concentration for one
second, you're in one of these. What do you think of my driving? Oh, your driving's fantastic, yeah. With 102 laps
and a distance of 300km, it's the ultimate endurance test
for drivers. With the G-forces, the heat,
up against the walls, 28 other idiots
trying to run into you, it's pretty mentally draining. And with temperatures inside the car
topping 60 degrees, the drivers lose about 3-5 kilos in
weight. But it's all just fluid, so Sunday night, Monday morning,
it's all back on. Also heating up the sidelines, the Chillettes
are trying to keep their cool. How much work is involved? Yeah, we've got the whole kit
and caboodle going. Yeah, I mean, especially in the heat
on the Gold Coast, it gets very draining. I know! And that humidity for
your hair, it's a killer, isn't it? Yeah.
Retouch, retouching! Are you guys getting much work done? You seem a little distracted. We're trying, yeah. A lot of distractions about,
you've got to stay focused. And I was definitely losing focus
behind the wheel, particularly when it came
to the speed limit, which is only 40km/h
before the big race. Are you aware this is a 40km/h zone?
I'm sorry, officer! I wasn't speeding, really.
It's Jamie's fault. He told me to go faster. You've really should keep
an eye on your speed when you're going around
all these chicanes here and you shouldn't bow down
to peer group pressure, OK.

Unfortunately, I did not get a ticket yesterday. Jamie had a bit of influence down here on the track. But mese are watching the streets because -- police are watching the speeds because the track is built on the streets but today, the drivers will top 250km/h. A lot of action on the Gold Coast.I like that, Jamie's fault.It doesn't actually work with the police.Didn't they have grid boys one year?Yes, one year.What happened?Not popular? Go the Chillelles.We were one year.And then we had to get back to work.I then we had to get back to work. have a really bad image in my head of Beretts.

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Australian Eastern Daylight Time. News headlines now. Here's Nat. Congestion is beginning to clear on
the F3 Motorway just north of Sydney following a night of chaos. A woman was killed in a horror crash
overnight at Berowra. The collision, involving a fire
truck and two cars, occurred as the fire crew
was leaving an earlier incident. Sunrise reporter Elle Taylor
joins me now. There were more problems
this morning?

Yes, that's right, Nat. Well, conditions have certainly improved in both lanes near the Hawkesbury River crossing, further next in River crossing, further next in West Gosford, police say one vehicle is on its roof. We know southbound laneinize to the city are cleared and Keli Lane lanes into the city.

Police say there are bumps, probably the Police say there are bumps, probably the result of frustrated drivers. They are warning people to cake care and expect delays. It follows a chaotic night on the freeway, one woman died after a crash involving two cars and an RFS truck. She was ejected from the car and police say run over. While the male driver had to be cut from the wreckage. The driver is in a critical condition in Royal North Shore Hospital this morning. All drivers involved will under go mandatory drug and alcohol tests. The truck was being driven by an RFS volunteer, it was on the way back to the station after an earlier crash that night.Thank you for your report, Elle.

Australia's $24 million campaign
for a UN Security Council seat has been a success. Australia gained 140 votes
in the first ballot of the General Assembly in New York. The 2-year role will see Australia
take part in crucial decisions about military interventions
around the world. It is always good to Australia win and this was a big, juicy,
decisive win and it's very, very sweet.

It will be the fifth time
Australia has served on the council. Luxemburg, South Korea,
Argentina and Rwanda have also won non-permanent seats
in this morning's vote. A Melbourne street
was showered with water for more than an hour overnight after a car hit a fire hydrant. Witnesses say
the driver lost control while trying to avoid a collision
with another car

in the inner suburb of Southbank. Crews received a round of applause
from onlookers once they managed
to shut the water off. An inquest into the death
of a Brazilian student who was tasered by police Yesterday,
a coroner made the rare decision

to allow a camera into the inquest as relatives accused officers
of lying. Roberto Ladisio's sister made an
emotional victim impact statement. It's shocking the way
police acted like they did and their lack of integrity
disgusts me. The family was present as tasers were ruled out
as the cause of death. The parents of conjoined twins
in Britain are celebrating after the girls were successfully
separated. A life-threatening blockage
in Rosie and Ruby's shared intestine meant the newborns had to be taken
for emergency surgery hours after their birth. If they didn't have it, then
that could've just been as risky. They wouldn't have survived. The girls' parents say
the twins are thriving now they're back at home. Shane Watson
has provided the Sydney Sixers with the perfect parting gift, ensuring their place in the Twenty20
Champions League semifinals. Watson powered the Sixers
to a 5-wicket victory over the Highveldt Lions
in Cape Town overnight. He claimed two wickets
and scored 47 runs as Sydney reeled
in its 138-run target with five balls to spare. Yeah, that's Watto's last game so we'll wish him goodbye
and get ready for the test series but we've got pretty good cover
there. Paceman Mitchell Starc
enhanced his test claims with an impressive 3-wicket haul. Hawthorn free agent Clinton Young has reportedly agreed
to a 3-year deal with Collingwood. The premiership defender
has until 5:00 today to tell the AFL
he wishes to switch clubs. Meanwhile, Adelaide and Sydney are expected to finalise
the Kurt Tippett trade today. The Crows will receive
Swans forward Jesse White and a first-round draft pick. Melbourne Victory
will be out to notch its first win of the A-League season

in tonight's clash with Adelaide
at Etihad Stadium. The Reds will be strengthened by the
return of playmaker Dario Vidosic from a hamstring injury. Meanwhile,
a sell-out crowd is expected for tomorrow night's inaugural derby
between Sydney FC and the Wanderers at Parramatta Stadium.

Let's get back to Australian International Motor Show with Grant right now. Gee, it has been a mouthwaugtering delight of motor action this morning. GD, what you got now?(drools) loving it sic, Beretts. Haven't found your car yet. Getting close.I found your Matt White, there is arn SLK in Matt White? I have never seen Matt White before, I have seen it in mat black. Let's have a look, it is so much fun.I thought he was genuine, but he is mad.That one and that one, and that one. There is so many. There are so many world firsts here, the Lexus and Mazda releasing a world first. Do you know what is surprising? I can't really say this too loud? Even the cars that were kind of (bhispers) crap are even good. Look at that! That is a Hyunday, it is sic. It is a great time for cars in Australia. Everybody is pumping out vehicles that are exciting, they look good, go well and last longer, it is good times for Australian motoring. Let's look at the forecast.

Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne.

Low-pressure troughs
are triggering thunderstorms over inland parts of WA,
South Australia and the Top End. These troughs
are also directing heat into South Australia, Victoria,
New South Wales and Queensland. Moist westerly winds
are bringing showers to Tasmania and south-west WA. A high is keeping skies
mostly clear in the east.

I love you... I do.Can I have that one? I'm wearing yellow today? You're sleeping in my garage tonight, yes you are. Mel, I like it, it's your colour, it is going to bring out your eyes and your beautiful blonde hair.Done, sold.

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She's as excited as we are. Fif, this is big, this is exciting amch This is huge. We are just recovering from Psy and 'Gangnam Style' earlier in the week but this is arguably the biggest band in the world. I mean, nobody gets access to them but when they get here, they will be part of Sunrise history. # I hear Jerusalem bells aringing, Roman cavalry choirs are singing #

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Album seals in excess of 50 million, multiple Brit and Grammies. 18 Grammies.Thank you, we never had so many Grammies in our life mooch Their songs unforgettable. From the mellow # Come up to meet you # Tell you I'm sorry. To, well, 'Yellow' # I drew a line for you # Or what a thing to do # And it was all yellow # Lead singer Chris Martin is known to play down t